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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES . i Mhl MOUIM. I Ip.t - f! .1 . I I . , T ; f i. f 1. .! r '.' I i;. ii 1 . :. ri. :i . r!?:'-: o i:. i:iit-r!ir.f llv-u!r:i . rr - p rt ti J ; r i i. m n ill if ''. in . I r. en; vi " ,' p ! Mil.' .-rvJ W i'flv k. I'd ! i i i 1:; m. i'ur -Iv. .T i.. ;.i-.VüT .'(.. t .it i ; r i n f n' r;t IT;"--: ti".". rl rr.- t I IV. Ml:,Ur.-. r.. m.: m II Km MofT! w.-s! ,i v i: D rtlvc Hti! S i r, J . l ig W-dns.d.iy eveaii 1 If.ft r.v n IV I'.'-, ;Mf r. at S : . n. n S-i ndr j J inu' t .tu at ?.' j. in Trlnlt j fi.riiT tti.tin" : n l Vi T:t. l:t;-r!l I.. I'!.' II! ; s !:tt 1 ri'f. Hlflir.o .tv Surs. I.i y t'.'-o u. tu. ; Kud'dpii Klin-. Mit. l-ptArth Mrmrll. inr. I.1.". W.. nnl 0',!t t.. I:t. W. r' -i- nt Hi' Sn lte r. ; l'T.'i S im ! i v fantor; Siiflny p )o I at J -inr.fy. t'Tiii tri'!:;t. LwIl llricht -M!rr ti n "5 ti. RT. ( J. (iriri'-Il, i'i r cbooi at U:5 nt.: 11. C. iu rir:t"n'ient. 1 c 1 . r-. f ' tull Memorial flitirrti. ( pan nn l-trl.i ts . CI: s Ml M II !. 'D. IV . piatrr. Siiri.i.iy s- : 10 a. in., John L'hvanN. h;i;-rii.t' nt 1- Cfrraan-La' jett 11t1. an.l V.'ay.a t. R?t. II. H. Ml!r. pastoi. Sunin rLool at &:.".0 a. re: Jonn Koch, aupr Intrndent. I'rfHfhinc t lu:ru n. n. nnJ T :30 p. tn. tpurtli ip.icuo at 7 (. p m rrajer nictlac WMiies-i uy at 7:j p. m. Wlynn 722 V.. nrTlw-:iT. l:r. d laynf, pafr. Sim-Jay yeho it 'J:.'!'i a m. : J. II. Keller, sup .rlntn !ft.t. Rier Tark S"Tnit ti . vfutli nf Mifcaw aka ;it. lr. 1. I. Hulls.,:, pas tor. Sijri'Say school at 0 a. m.; .M.ir- I.all Hall, supr!iitoii(Knt. FREE METHODIST. Tre Methodlat I'ron jlv.int.i av. n3 flnslj t. Itev. W. K. '.'tt)rter. punter. Funday school at 9:30 a in ; I'uul Nl1tzI. auperlntenient. rreachlnjr at 10:30 a. rn. and 1 :Zo p m. AFRICAN M. E. oiu-t A. 3i. i:. ::m r. m nrco t. !(-. A. T. K-a'lliin.'. pastor. m-t- at 1 :H) a. in , ! -i 1-y I . S s i ii f I . i y a hod at 1'::.' p. tn ; C'k-r. fir'Tlnf m!n f W. riiin worship at 1. :". f.il!-t: "Iat N Man la!.. 'roxvn." I!iin cs-rvif .-it s i'.-. ni"n: ";V Ar- I?.oi'!it with a '1 h'i will Pc a ill liiii"!) S.jikIhv at .".:.'Ui; Mt. .I-.n ai-l t'.i'' . M. II. Z. ( !iur.l:-v K v. M. .1 vlll prfUih. Nines. Henry Sermon Vo'ir k. S.T- Crice." s' r vi- 1 :i) l.r i . Smart I Taylor' A. 31. and Campau ata. pxator. K. Z'on -Curnor I'Pt Jler. 1. . TowelL PRESBYTERIAN. "Tjitininter -S.'att siol 1-1 oI y ata. rev. Alfrcl M. HelU. I. I . pnntor; rpa JvJen. e. illjs N. Scott at. Sui.day achaol at yuA) a. ra : L. C. Whipomb, superln-t-nlent. Tnhllc n-rjhip at 10:10 a. rr. and 7:1) p. in. Trie session iupt8 t Icre the in. ruing sorvi'-e. Senior Lu de iT"r a.'i i.ty meets at fl :.':,) p. n. Il.fre will ii. hiif h s.Tvi'cv P:r- inr August. l"lr.t rner J.afaefti- Plv.l Washii: :;"ni st. and l'.il'l- s I10..1 at ti ::ii a. s:.c!r. s;:f..'; int inle.it. I.I John .1 i u s I''!c A Mip Mi-lw , ek 7:1" p. :n. w j. i i 1 1 at '. :. a. in ; I r. io"tt. J.-aler. in etiiii; na W- ne.s.i.i at l .ere wi.i : n. pl'e.'l' .Uli. brics Jurlntf the month i f Auirust. Trinity .raun S. Iiurns, D.istor on lave. A. II. Saunders, pastor on duty. Hope Leer and Iaytn stf. lMwln (i. Melfter. u.ini.sfr. r.i!! v : o- 1 at ..'0 a. m.; Krank Kittring, suprinten lent. trngr- Kpt. Harris, panto;. Sunday j 'hooj et 9:45 a. m I'ivine worship at a. m. ererj Sunday. Lvei inidy elcuixe. i Hungarian Cornt r -rrry and Wash ' lügt.1: s t s. Kev. .Iol:n 1 . pasto;-. Sunday a.'hool at P:im ;, m. Cänr di ' .t-rvlien at 10.tx a. 'u. -.per servi ! Ut - OO p. Ul. i BAPTIST. rrt -Corner Main nnd WatLe sr Her. C. S. IVjTin. I. IV. put .r. Ites Iden.e 211 W. Wayne nt. Hil.ie hool at W iO a. ni ; C. S. Stepliei.n. uperiu ten nt. CIar ( f or iiierl.v fu'nr- tret) Corner Caüforni.: and I'.iai :.c" a - 11. w jir.l lt"l.p n Leonard, pastor. IP si P n-. I'Vl' W Iward a. Hilde . !i m.; .it .' :.:o a in ; .1. W. Ken. Mil. sMp.-: inr mt.-nt Morning worship at P ,,i o ain, MTvh'e. I;dw-k s.t 1 on WVdras.l.i -nin at 7:C I h .'hur. h n.i a"t 111 t.e read at this s-ervie.. t trst s-e-llu Corner Kapler uta. Services at 10 I :ao p. m. Laurel anl :lj u. n and Mt. Zlon-Ker. Fundiy rhooi at 11 a;ts. 11 a rn. J. I! Smartt. pastor, y ..I J a. ra. ;CIasSv S for CHRISTIAN. rirt S. Mam at., library. Lev K. L. ht.udjy M-hool at 'j :m outh rf puV.ic j M t'liary, a t r . a iu. ; l iedeic k ! X l U.ilial. HUp-TlUtcUUt III re train 1 and ie-. ni fcjvp I-iS f r all ae. L ssvia ulJe. t : "S. It ' ' 1 '.' oi s!i'; and s. rn:. in. "The ;..pd of Christ -i m o. tal I n r 't." ui. in ; a t 1 '.- p. a No a KO ! UUtii Sept. 7. Our it-accers zradcu. Wa Ii! a t !." l'a:: ;t lo.,;. Co 1. j ! s i . i . . p.. a. .:: . i a. d t - ln.li.tn Atenue and St. .I,.."ali st 1 if i a v. lin. pa I v arl t-.r. L.-si n. . I'll S- M i i v s iio.d at '' a. ri : superintendent. I'rea. hin: at bTo a. iu Morning sen.;, n. "A L "1. r- t ! -t sun l i:. wis. .a. and s.imi v ;. s -n in At :t : C.-nv-rsi mi in it.' : ion t no th-;'" ev.-r.ln "S.. I'.v--yc:ii ctven a "rd r.ttend all of vir -rvr l.lnlen ATenue -Llad !'.Ie at I. X. Mlllrr, school 8 10 .0. a. , J. luten dent. ia! i a r. v'St '1'. i " , ' snl c?t S.üld r. EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION. Jlf.t -Cor. L..f.trrtt- and I ir'r-h. past -r. Sun.l. Ir. W. II. Snv.Sr. ' s k s 8 h.'.-l r, r n m ( r..'i ' ll ii - W. II I at tr dent. I A' - s ' ? Pra-t Morr.iu wors',;; fert ?.-. '1 ; : : at lo :".d. N. MiM.d i v .it s ... 1 Wed :-..!. i at I If- . -i. r. I S- !.., !: in. -et a1:!i Mrs S. t . sti.'it st . I";.- IT 1 r. t:n- .11 Ai ! aid o Crank IPS rsd .,f "' M r.i i u rar ( hunn t'c. I. and Walcat st. IT. Utera. bunday s.-hod Vv nt. aupermieralent. l: !" n iy I.-cler. min it J-?A. O. t'. llrna,lT TM. ll Ijrr.!d J h &.' R p Carrol! t S ni : Sara i-, C T.e I'r- i.-hing at I A H r i Lev K iu: r 1 ( oi. r.-.o! ; a y 'r. it. a it y o a er'nt'T.' i:.-v. II ir K.-iu. !.! '.::. p. p ;"! !!:' Pri. n bioi-r. Vo.il,.- :.: ' I'- j : . Llf- s lv. s I" . r n i 7 l: I i ,1 -' . 1! I'r,-;.- ! :r N" I'll.: 1 r s etr!liiT :it i-t ii'ii at Autrn hapel T. 1 Let.!ene Lin. -'n V 1 1 w a v , -t.v-M:s', a. ia. ; a aka. Pd'd.- f i.oel at Jesa IAin-. superintend 1 ) -r.t. EVANGELICAL. Zlon- '"ornr W ,irn anl St. Itr at . 'trr'm Grrinnn 41T TT. Lasa'l i lii:i; Welb;t. tester. Sunday '-I ii 'J :00 n. rn. ; Carl Ueltike. super- I: f Ti. !. iv rf!ii!''. I i i i 1 1 1 LUTHERAN. i roT Trlnitr . sr.i J;ijpy st. I I'UVT, N!UI.1T ! '., irif-x !I is... uj I At lOr-'i a. in., i .N r i ; r : r - r I ' I I, 'i' ; ..si W l!?r. Albert If. K. ' on at 9:15 i, m ; erintfnfnt. ' wir!,i itli '-r .I1-.H. in Ti.--t i n ir II I . I V .1 ft 'Til' !!. 1 1 , N i u ill riii'-li li th l :i -1 r ;it ivfiiiic rTvir.' -Inrir. i -v-'iiii t!i'- I -. i I i ? " I .''.' :i. in Ai'l it' i 1 a l.i w It '' I i 1 t. l au!' (ifrm.i v -.Tr?Tf ron n1 X7V hat.i Ks K-v. II. II Up. pastor. i ;t:ü.iii - rvl' witli af !i-i an! ' rr;i.!. at !:;'.'' n. ia. Cat !i- -i ' Ii i'""4 ri-.j H I'll ;.inl )'. Stiii mi s:ilii"t: 'I'li W'Tk .f i!. '!iurli" N i:n'li!i rv ! v I."i.j.'l!!! . r S -,f. 7 at ll:M a. in I.;i'lis!i Saii'l.iv S' at 1" .i'' l- k. .'mm.' ar .f "iir pa 1 1 i.i 1 a 'r it '!;;y ;it s :.".0 a. in. V't ( l -.i.tjay tii" k li. n.-tlt h.i. li t y . -hi r will 1. ! v . t 1 1 i - - it I'ttaar n ii rii : i ; i j i . . r k '.!:. il't Ts if t' att. Tii!. i im i : ..' at i 'i'ilo'k All tl.' I'liUn Ii art' Mn-llv ask-l i.Inrln Dri wfd ih --Cm p!n .1 Dl Kerr h li i"l at ' (I a. m. und Hil.le l.i1 at ats Itcv. Cottfrlil OlS'in. p.-snr. Sunday ?v Ii! ari'l I i 1 . ' laps ji; '.:i a. in. M"riiiii' fTvl- at l':':o, an-I -ninx rxi at 7:::'. n l"ri'ay evening th' I - ii 1 1 ; l'-aM4 . Ill iii-f. BRETHREN. Mrat Uv. (J. X . Itencb. I). tr. .miii. lay school at 'J:'.''' a. iu I'lrsf oap, Bti peri ii tor :lcnt. D. pas- . Ilnrl.r plimarj .chr'I rnet at tli s:un hour; M irir.irct Whit hit. snprlnf enItit. I ' i .-. i . I.iiii; hiTvi-i'M at 10::;i a. in. 7 ::o p in. lie.'. II. llastiiit's. I'll w ill .t-.i. h. Moraiii'.' snli.1'-i t : Sc. on, I c.,.,iin ff Cliriot:" veiling anil IV, 'Th; Kiih- i . t. "How- to stu.l.v th" r.il-lc.' V. 1. S. i c. i:. at .::ii p. m. 1 ir. (hur h of th Urethren-IikH;UK1 av. an-1 Mian.i st. I:-v. II. II. il'lnian, past..r: ri'-l.lnr.', P4 i:. In. liana av. Sini'iay m ho'.i ;'.t 'c:;o a. m.; 1'. (.. Stüh ley, upeiintml'iit. Canfrrrnr Mfiuf ri.Tl United -610 S. St Joseph at. l. E. Vounjf. pattor. Sunday h hool at 0:0 a. ai. ; Mlsa Al.ce He ri!oi. s n pTlntiidlit. MrnitiL' worship at 0:40. S rtnon : I .!.... V Li..,, ..f II,.. I'lillr-'li 4 liriatian 1 llnic.r at 7 o'.lo.k. I.esison : -The! Christian C!i:il!'ii''e t- Life Servi'-e;" ; A. WYIK lea.ler. Kvrtiin- worship S. at 7:". Mr llniiii'nis will .nusic. i'raver rvi1 ft liilU'. pi a Ii. pe l.u on Wflnestlay CATHOLIC. St. HrJnlte'i Follah Corner Scott nd Napier na. Re. Anthony Zubowlca. C S. V., paetor. Lo w mass at i 9 iJ aud 10:00 a. m. S'iuday Bhool at 2:30 p. m. benediction 20 p. m. M. Cn'.Jniir'a I'oliah 821 S. Weuatet at Utv. St.iiiislaua iorka. pator. Low u.a. at 7:.".o a. m. Hlgb n.asi at 10:00 i . in. Vecpers at 2:00 p. m. Sai rcl Heart. Notre Dame Rey. John lt. Soleier, C. S. C. pastor. Low mast tt ti:M a. ni. Siimleit' maaa at 8:00 a ia. TarlsU iiaa at 10:10 v ui. Vcipcrg at 2 TO p. na ht. Stepen'a 'lunzarito-Tbomai and Mcfheryuii tda Key. Lawrence Flor vnth. pastor. Mass at :00 and 10:15 a. ux. Suuday eehcci at :Ok j. in. lieo v'.ictiuu at 3:W p. m. St. Tatflrfa .'07 S. Tayitr at. Rv. j .ii it F. lirooio, C S. i,.. pastor. Macs at 0, 7:;u, 0 ad lO.oü o'clock. M. JoM.pt' a Hill at. and La.'a'Ie at. Tatrick J. Carroll, i'. C, pastor. Iaw masses at 7:110 and &:00 a. :n. High m"s at lu .00 a. tu. l'eosdictiou at i:0J p. in. Saxrrtd Heart IVlglan 1 12G W. Vjvm m st. Per. Ciiarlos V Flacher, pastor. Mass at 7 :(a and 0:30 a. iu. Sunday a'.-hool ut li-iO p. in. BeueUictua at p. m. CHURCH OF GOD. (hnrih of God Sr?l-e ( Abrahami I altli) ho'd sTvlea in Molvlile hall -1-s. Lafayette hlvd. Sunday school ut 10 a in. V. A. Stiisou superiiit'-iident. I'rea. hing srvie at 11 and 7 y L. L. ti 1 1 N actor .f Arns, Ind. Morning worship at ll oclo k, led by die ef the M-liibers. i o evcuiug service. (. h ii rcli of God or 5a'ota -Chapfi oa Uarrisou av . oue biock north of Lincoln Sunday school at 0:4" a ui. ; A. XL Iklrkley, huperintendeat. EPISCOPAL. st. Jam' Lafayette bivcl .. north cl Washington- lit. Ifev. John Iiaien iViiiif, rector; Lev. It. Lveiett Carr. vr.-ar. Holy communion. 7 :"0 a. in. No ether service during August. SCIENTIST. ' I"lrst t hurt li of Christ, SeLfntli-t J M im aud M.idlon sts. Sunday ae.vlces J ut 11:ch a. ui. Testimonial meeting every J ". elneday at J .oo p. ni. Sunday scLoj! ' l : cJiidren and young people up to tha .:rf ci I , iioiu a;. io xv ..j a. in. ruu ..... n' i.ovl enttaiKC uü jluuUun at. ib. adlig rooms maintained by tns iiurch on the otenta Poor cf the J. .M. s uuddiug. are open dally except Sun day i'ruui I.' to Ö. aud uu aturday evea ai floiii li to S. SPIRITUALIST. qdritu.;list lucctiw;.' aiiolay I P. n had, eiidia t'd everiai :it S. L. l'.us- i:. W l 1 . . Lev. S L. r.usll. oiganier of Na- ti. r.al spint'i il soi i,t, will hdd perv- j l.va ..t Kd M.n's hail sun. lay evening; at s o'clock. M ss.iL:e t r i o after scr- j l...'H. , JEWISH. Temple Ith-Ll a no, Tajior st. Ccrner I asalle at- MISSIONS. Hope iV,a N". Studenakcr st. Sunday Is at '.' :; 0 p. ni. Preaciiing at 3:l'ü land 7:."." p in. Services d::riiig th I neck and M 'nday, I rioay and Saturday ie:.i:.gs at 7:1j o'clock. All welcome. ; M.irv .uneui.ikcr tu charge. tlty Uü L. JeUerion bird, ltay A. Ldru. superintendent. Suc-aay hool at 3:Cv p. ux. liihle lum at aX p in. .0Pel -.1 V.. Lnsill! , . li es. lay evening nt 7 1 S ani.iv evenings .it 7 av. Service! :lä: Sit unlay ill). Lvcrlealy IVnle. otal. Apostolir Vs e st. S ::alay diol I':.i' hing ;t 11 "0 a ia. l aith -.".20 N at in : a. in. Kvening tieiv- l: . at s V1" k Mideek inetmir op I" u. sd.i a w e. va; ! i h 1 t hurscay :it. evenings. J. II. i i: 1 a n s r 1 i i I M. i.ro,- .Mi.ion Corner M..i: el.'.cr ar a Ivir Knu.lsn. Sun. 'ay s. '. , , 1 nt 10:00 a. A.'.dersun. supei luten-ient. ui VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA. iiv.pei inisaion. 4.0 S. .TcLigaB at. Ail Cl-rlatlaa s cLn.es tr.vite.l to b!C r en l.i y. alr meeting every acfsdiy, nrd Sunday right, cornet ::'-t!e Mi.'iiican strrrts o;.l u!i i..ri'. r.i-rUcz t Volur.toer m'.a .on hnl .nJay ni.lit. KverjbeJy lu SALVATION ARMY. a K .Ir utr son Mvd. Sundar irrr I , : .Moiuiii?. r. unty J.ill. lt: O0 : Sun si;i: !.u S. h o nt 2 Z0 ;. IE. WLN'iSTERIAL ASSOCIATION. Jlc'ta fvery Monday at 10:00 a. rn. af Ue V. M. C A. lleaident md It'.tJcf 1 w.itintfr niaa vrciioan'. llev. V. 11. Fr-hley. pr i!ut : ". V. i:pa-b, vI'm rfnl.Iont ; J:pt. JLin L. ImLof. sec re t.i ry - tr-.n u rr. OPEN AIR SERVICE. l iii' n . ri' vu'lr llr, tl'n of the Miu is'rrl il Tf i.it ion "f So'itii 1'.. i ! nil; 1 lit-lil in Ilowar! park :l ' ijj. Tl.' Tiit-tra of tlie ir:i M. i: htir- !i -vlll f.rnl!i the uiu-if. n f tt.- it pastors ill p;'ak. The pul Ü; is ilijW!. ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS. Womm's Club ball, room 224. i. M. 8- Sjh.;,i. 10;.".o .i. ni. :iti-I I. ni.. t..-tur'i iy I i I r r i r 1 1 M. I.. II rr. W!ti--!.. .. p. ni. jra.v-r nutiu. I'll I.iy. ii . ia.. T;t!'-rna ! S!ial. Magnates Will "Never Again Try the 10 Game Idea, Ti cy Say. NKW YOTIK. Aujj. Experi-enr-p this year spells the doom of the vhort season in th major leafruos. I ... CAlmn;ito.s In both rirouits are kieK- lii tc them?elvs, so to speaK, over fullinp for tho 140 game idea. In fate of its lack of merits over the old 134 Ramo schedule, the club own ers have adopted the "never again'' motto. Pros't Heydlor of the National league, believes that the first deci sion made when next season's sche dules are arranged, will he to bring back the old long season. "From the talk of club owners I have no doubt that they will disap prove further experiment with short i seasons." ho said today. Loss of fourteen games has not only meant much in dollars and cents to the club owners, but it may be a factor in cutting some of them out of fat slices of world's series coin. Cleveland and Detroit both figure that tHo short season cut them out of a swell chance for the American league pennant. They both figure that 1 1 games would give them just the chant e wanted to rut down the margin of the leading White Sox. The subjec t may be considered Tuesday when the national commis sion meets in Chicago. PLYMOUTH. PLYMOUTH, Ind., Aug. US. Thieves at work in this city are making nightly raids on Plymouth business houses. No big losses have resulted, but traces of th'ir work on several nights this week art; be ing followed by the local police. Monday nK'ht the cigar store of Ed Shipley was entered from the rear, the cash drawer rifled and Ss.10 stolon. On the same night $3.10 was taken from the storeroom of Hill's bake ry. The soft drink par lor of Oscar Romig was entered from the rear and the gh? .s door broken down. There was no cash in the register and it is thought no merchandise was molested. The knowledge necessary for en try into all ihese buildings could only have been had by local people. Hence the police are taking steps for examining several Plymouth suspects. As successor to the late A. R. Un derwood, water works superintend ent of the city. A. K. Fink has been chosen for the' duties of that department-Announcement of the marriage of Walter J. Howell, son of Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Dowell. of this city, to Miss Olive M. Culpepper, has been receivel in Plymouth. They were i married at Jacksonville. Fla.. May 4. Albert L. Van Lue and Miss Kthel Carpenter. both of Argos. were married Wednesday afternoon at the Presbyterian manse here. Fred C. Lowis. of Indianapolis, and Mrs. Dessie F. Ivivering. of Cul ver, were married Tuesday by Jus tice of Peace Mo! tor. Herald D. Overmyor. son of Mr. anl .Mrs. L. F. ermyer. is now in Toronto. Canada, representing the M,.rmon Automobile Co- Mr. Fred . Klink of Rremen, and Miss F.lvira C Ca rothers. of Iipaz. were married at the court house by Rev. George Hufr. They will reside in Rremen. Mr. C.Ienn F. Parts and Miss Fth.l Mi. tier, both of Plymouth, were married by Rev. Huff. They will reside on a farm of the groom, seven miles north of this city The bride is the daughter of Mt- and Mrs. John Milner. Schools Open Sept. S. Th' city schools will open Mon day. Sept. s. with the following teacher on tho faculty: Washington building: Mrs. Helle Car is. Miss Ella Cole. Mrs. Netti Fräs. Miss F.lm.i Corl. Miss Anna May Hord. Miss Op;l! Zeiters. MrV Rdnu Huff. Mrs. George Klein - s-hmblt. Miss Laura Ross and Miss I Mü.lrn.l MrtT-T-i j I Webster building: Mr. Forres: I Yockey. principal: Miss Marie Carothers. Miss tpnl English. Mis 'Laurr. Shoemaker. Miss Maude Fink. ,M h ochool facultv: Sunorintend- T T. ... r i-'uis r. .eineoacn. niiorv. it. I. P.ivis: I'nrlish. Ida Oalhreath: I.itin. Oora II Kercher: mathe niatir. i'iiza hth Rrnwick; fcioncp. H.irrl Kf Her; ni.inual trainintr, C- A. Hoffman; home economics. Polly Schloivrr: (onimrcl.'.l, . A. Mur ray; physical training. Rose Holtz-h.U'-r: ''iM.iri.ui. Miriam North. Trv NEWS-TIMES Want Ads. ipiinnT nrnnnsi m - - Dnuni zmmm ma mnq fiiiiiiRf U Mill Ii I nil I III IflHUUIIU I IUUUI1U i AILROAD GHAR P ÜL Aircraft Director Had Nothing to Do With the Extension, Declares Letter. WASHINGTON. Auc. "0. John I. Kyan. former director of aircraft; production, had nothing to do with j building of :m extension of the "hi-j ca'o. St. Paul and Milwaukee rail-j road in which ho is heavily interest-j ed, into -pruoo for sts. according to I former Brig. (Jen. Uisque in a letter ( to Sen. Thomas. Colorado. The Wtori was made public Friday following' publication of a report by the Frear house investigation committee charg ing that Ryan had wasted money whll developing spruce production in the- Pacific northwest for building aircraft. "The Milwaukee railroad ap proached that stand of timber near er than any other line, and with a view to conserving the funds of the war department. I carried on nego tiations with the officials of the Mil waukee road," Disque's leter stated. .Yskrd Assistant to Act. "When I referred to the extension of the Milwaukee road, Mr. Ryan promptly told me that he was a di rector of that line and would not discuss any matters pertaining to it. He asked Mr. Stettinius. assistant secretary of war, to .act for him in every phase of the matter. "I know positively that Mr. Ryan ( had absolutely nothing to do with' the negotiations leading up to the contract. I carried them on myself! and had a complete contract with them before 1 left Portland, requir ing only the approval of the direc tor of aircraft production to make it legal." ARREST COMMISSIONER AFTER ALLEGED ATTACK INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Aug. CO. A warrant for the arrest of John I...'inasters, superintendent of motor .transport of the state highway com mission, was issued Friday after noon as the result of an alleged at tack by Lemasters on Ray O. Wi ker, a reporter for the Indiana Daily Times-Mr- Wiker is said to hove visited the office of the state highway ' commission and to have been i knocked down by Lemasters. The attack is said to have been the out- come of newspaper criticism. Oov Gooilrich said he regretted the in cident. GRANGER, IND. Aug. 2S. Mrs. Kimmick and granddaughter ui .Mies visiieu cue iui niti t- swiei, Mrs. (i. W. Gogley over Sunday. Mrs. Dean of Rerrien Springs visit ed her daughter, Mrs. Dan Haviland over Sunday. Oscar Coverly was home on a fur lough over Sunday.. Mrs. McCann and daughter, Nellie DEFENDSRYANIN oi i.utnari spent irom t riuay tmilatory measures, and Ren- Kenyon. Tuesday at the home of R. S. Haas. J republican, of Iowa, asked him if t u ; l' 1. 1 . a ii,... .i.i : . . . .. - . i nr. iih.i iu, oiiuup uiu naKin families and Miss Gladys Metzgar spent Sunday at St. Joe. Mrs. Rem and daughter. Mrs. Roberts moved to Illinois Saturday, Mrs. Sara Roone of Rerrien Springs and Mrs. Wm. Haag of Poplar Rluff, Mo. spent Saturday at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Item ley.. A. Patterson and family of Elk hart spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Jasper Smith. John Worrell of South Rend spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of his parents. M. K. Remley and family and Doris Keifer of South Bend and Wayne Remley and Rertha Healy of Mishawaka visited at the home of Albert Remley Sunday. Mrs. Charles Hoffman and Mrs. Harry Shennabarger attended the; Keely reunion at Elkhart. Thursday.) Mr. and Mrs. Albert Remley and; Mr .and Mrs. E. M. Remley attended the Myers-Rhodes reunion in Klk-' hart. Tuesday. j Miss Zona Masten of South Rend is visiting relatives at tins place this week. Mr. and Mrs. Rert Shimp and Mr. and Mrs. R. Hawkins went to Kan kakee. Rl., on a visit, Wednesday.! Mrs. G. W. Gogley and Mrs. A.' Dunning attended the Grange picnic Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Iwtce of Rattle Creek sp-nt Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shennabarger. ; J. C. Ray -and wife entertained Mr. and Mi. Gilbert and daughter of: Sunbury, Pa., and Miss Alice Hauk nd friend of Elkhart at supper! Thursday evening. v j Miss Libbie Ryan's barn burned! to the ground with all th" contents.' Mr. Kizer who lives on the farm j was thrashing and had about finish- -1 thrashing, the grain was stored' in the barn which was ;iIo burned. ' Pennis and Oscar Coverly were in I Elkhart Monday. j Mrs. Adelbert Smith of Milton and j Mrs. Cha.. i ' Vhi spc nt Smith rrid.iy of Geor; with .Mrs. 'etown. Albert Kemlev. Otto Hay and family of South Bend .spent Saturday nicht at the home of J. C Hay. Mrs. Harry Shennabarger and son and Dennis Coverly were in Nile,5, Tuesday. Mrs. Wm. Hoffman and son. Harry returned from Chicago Wednesday. Phone Main r.7f.S ch'-stra. for Mrpsick Si63-Sept. or--6. Trading with advertisers means morr for lcs. cab. Bryan Presents Plan to Control V. S. Railroads j WASHINGTON', Aue. .".0 William ; Jennings Bryan Friday laid before the house interstate commerce com mittee his dual plan of state and federal ownership of railway !Inr-9 as a solution of the railroad reor ganization problem. In doing so, the former see rotary of state de nounced privat? ownership of the railroads ha indefensible an I ir.to; er.ib'o and characterized rail :-.; 1 magnates as political corruptionists. "We have never tried tro eminent ov. no' ship," declared Mr. Bryan re fcrrii.g to the railroad administra tion. "A subsidized newspaper never, thinks to tell that the. government; took o er the railroads when thej private owners could not run th:-:n. i t n- government nas teen only in temporary control and the road.s in the hands of those who wanted to (cc government ownership fail o truy could get the roads back." Mr. Bryan advocated that the fed eral government own a skeleton trunk line system, reaching Into ev, 1 oiy slate which in turn wo ild own! the other carriers with the Vate boundaries. His plan, he estimateü ' ou.fl cost the government four to Lvo billion dollars, while &tate own ership would be decided by the po- p:c. who might decide for temporary private ownership. Stockmen Cite Large Number of Retailers as Reason for Present Price. WASHINGTON, Aug. 30. Inter jecting some sharp advice and warning to city dwellers as to mat prices, western stockmen Friday laid before the senate agriculture committee further protests against the Kenyon-Kcndrick bills to regu late the packing industry. "I'm going home and tc II my neighbors that we'll have to curtail production to the point where con sumers will eat the whole beef car cass." said George T. Don ildson. president of the Kansas State Live Stock association. With J. H. Mer cer, cattle commissioner of that ! state, and others, he said he had been investigating the distribution of meats in all the larger t astern cities. "Right in your city of Washing ton, he told the committee. "Ive j fouml Uu. forp fUartM8 of l)e(f w ing to the retailer for eight cents a pound and selling to the consumer at 22 cents. We learn there are 700 places here where meat is sold, and we think that 100 would bo ample and p-duoe the cost to consumers, too." Mr. Donaldson opposed the regu- hp nacl read tne tecleral trade com- mission report on the subjecL "I have." replied Donaldson, "and I regret to say I haven't as high a regard for the federal trade com mission as an American my age ought to have." citizen of An excursion Sunday, Aug. 31, to St. Joseph, on Northern Indiana. Round trip tickets, $1.10. Children from to 'l years old, 55 cents. Cars will leave South Rend station at S, M. 10, 11 and 12 o'clock. Re turn tickets good for three days on any car leaving St. Joseph. Get tic kets early at Murphy and Morrison's confestionary stores and at the Northern Indiana station. Advt. UI n n rsi ft i 12 Caused by Yes. Indeed, rnore oftn than you think. Bemu(f ACID-STOMACH, starting .i:a in d!pc?tion, heartburn, belchine. food-repeat-Irjjj.bloatandKSf.il not cheeked, will even tually afleet every vital organ ot the body. Severe, blinding, splitting headaches are. therefore, o! frequent occurrence as a result of tni up fet condition. Take EATON I C. It quickly banUhes acid itomach wita its pour bloat, pain and gas. It aids digestion helps the fitomaca ge full strength from every mouthful of food you eat. Millions of people are miserable. veaV. I-k and ailing because of ACID STOMAC1J. Poisons, created by partly dl grftcd lood rharccd with acid, are absorbed into the blood and distributed throughout tha cr.tireeystera. Thisoften causes rheumatism. Liiiousnes.cirrbosi9of theliver.hearttrcuble. ulcers and even cancer of the ctomacn. It robs its victims of their health. uiKleminea the ftrength of the most vigorous. It you want to get back your physical and mental ftrcceth-te full of vin and vijor- t jjoy life and be harry, you mut ret rid of your acid-stomach. In EATON IC you -will find the very help Tnu need and it's guaranteed. So get a Ojr V- box trcm your dnipsrit.t tolay. If ll fails to pie se you, return it and t will ro tund your money. ATONIC I frOR YOURClD-STOMACrX) Liberty Bonds WV pay up to $."r.25 cah for bonds; acvnicd Interest al Iotd. Open 8:30 a. m. to 8 p. m. C. L. GUTHRIE 423 J. 1. S. Bid?., 4lh Floor. Try NEWS-TIMES Want Ads. AGHERS UNION HIGH MEAT COS! EMG LZ3 BE CHAMBER rftiK! ENDS PACT Discussion of Ratification of Treaty Comes to Dramatic End in Paris. PARIS. Aug. 20. The general; discussion of the ratification of the peace treaty came to a dramatic conclusion Friday afternoon in the cnamber of deputies when, after a ' stirring speech by Albert Thomas. mm vrk i if Monday Labor Day Store Closed All Day T'JsJ&Ss if X t .'a. ysCjJ) 1 c..,-0 "5V What the cotton cloth woven in special patterns for Fall ? Vc have these in new, rich colors to harmo nize with Autumn's glorious hues. Commencing Tuesday I1KRE are tunic blouses and tu nic blouses. Those featured in Pictorial Review show all the knowing little stvlt touches that gi-e them that "diderent" air ell dressed women are always looking for. Many novelties not to 1c found else where in Pictorial Review Patterns for October Now On Sale Turn Blo'if (sktrt MO 4 20 reals Outing Flannels 2 7-inch White at 25c, 29c and 35c. 2 7-inch Colored at 25c and 29c. 36-inch Colored at 35c Checks and stripes. 28-inch Bath Robe Flannel, new patterns, at 59c. m The Correct Fall Hats S MALL shapes, rolled brim soft hats, that's the stylish thing in men's fall hats. You'll find them here and manv to choose from Knox, Stetson and our own special product. Particularly good (t quality hat at r Others at $4, Home of Hart Sam 1 o war cv : n e i . . W h i il -in t h !': to. -:ori t r fr.! .a from s.p.-ak!r.c. The goverr.tr en: v. pl i;:-; .- . m- '.irrassed. all .; m:rust-rs c ith"-- lr.c around i rerr.irr CiemT.e.ä':. They conferred for sv.ra'. tnir. Ces. and f.nally Andre Tardiu ,in-" ati.i raid the government had anticipat ed a d!.-v';sv;o:i lasting w-'.l i:-.:o iiext wi'cK, nut was rtadv to l't o- a r. J c-eed an-I wo::!d re a i ja half. RcfUM I "We will to Hear Tan lieu. listet- to yo'.i," : ts of thv f fa me n from all pu I3on. soia'.: st and :.i :s to rescue of the x: -v-rr. ii' . n; very bitterm t f .".i ing to h r-ar C,.pt. T.tri'.. : sJ'crr.;.:'i.e ;-r.1 a : rc former member of th more than jo dep-jttt pected to tnke pnrt announced Their ,c: Robertson Bros, to. Store Opens 8:30; Closes 5:30 Sat. to 9:30 p. m. PACH Fall more women dress JL-j tnemseive3 and children m light -weight clothing. The length ening Indian Summer, and our heated homes and schools, makes this imperative. fabric is so appropriate as gingham. Ye feature a wondrous hams in every combination of color harmonized into plaids, stripes and checks, with plain colors to match tor trimmings. Imported Ginghams at 75c the yard Lorraine Ginghams at 59c the yard Plaid Ginghams at 50c the yard Imperial Chambray at 39c the yard livery item is tinely woven, last color, ,2 in:he wide, and give the best or service tor children's and women's dresses tor street or home wear. House Dress and Apron Ginghams Splendid patterns ingood assortment of colors. 27-inch Amoskeag Gingham at 25c yard. 27-inch Dress Gingham at 29c yard. 27-inch Nurse Stripe Gingham at 35c yard. 32 -inch Dress Gingham at 39c yard. 5.00 $6 to $7.50. o Schaffner & Marx Clothes, - .1 OH h a r r. o n:-- i:i a I , . a .i ti 1 a!! t o r s r.i ! . i:..: v. .s : ;rn'. rr. " r! . IT' -. t Cv.o n .T: h form- r ; r i: at i i V. ': r.: t' ! it -. '..l n i Bv be r.i; r. xt. Of . for 1 o - r s..: at t. Th :.' v V in' .o?i ; c ' ! f. -I . : c : ' r r i . t . EWS-Tif.'lES Want Ad: l it ;i i : - ' L ! ': I r , r. , u y , "- tVXg r ept. 2nd display of Ivauhtul Knox Hats 7 I.,.-- a"",i'i , r .-. i i " T v ' '