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SATIHDAY AFTI:R0C, SJUTH SHORE ASKS WGREASEQ FARES Railway Company Petitions State Body for Additional Revenue Measure. f.kt fir. train fnr --.. :n rom- irj'it ition tifkf-t frtr ar' ;isk-rj by th" "h K iK", I.ak- Shnpr ; nd South" T'.T'! railway rotni'-any in n rrtltion ;.:! with thf iiiiMic Mrvif rom- i;,;.:o,i of InIi.in.i. Th petition n-r-s thnt th company f impowrr ! to j-'it th- propor,i chunks ir. tTf-r t r r, f,nc day's notiff . Th avarr' in tho nr.p-wny ticket far.-.-, if Kr;i "'''. vi!l makp tho min lüiura rn!' l.n?:s thrcp crnts ;i rnilo ith a n;inimum far" of tf-ri rents :'i,r ar.y r-n- trip. The prf-snt rate J rnts a inilo, th schrriuJp arryin-: that tifru: t ins adoptrd ..r;I II. Want Train Fare IHalior. Train fars will bo ten rents hlffh- r than ticke t farr-s. arcordinp: to tho petition This fxcss faro ivlll b ..anT'"I only from thf station stops at South Bond. New Carlisle. Ham n.ond. Kat Chicago, O.iry. Miller ,':nd Michigan City. Commutation tickrt ratrs brtwrm vrral northern Indiana cities will 5 cancelled entirely, if tho com pany's wishes are granted by tho public servic rommlsslon. Permis sion for canccliation is asked of Mm' of the commutation rate be tween South P.end and Lake Park. Hammond and Cudahy. Gary and I'urnc -ssville. Clary and Railrytown. Cary and Hammond, and Gary andj i:ast Chicago. Increases in pome eith er commutation fares are also asked the changes affecting Gary, Ham mond and I-Mst Chicago. Tho petition states that the pas ser.j:T revenue derived from the sale of one-way tickets and the collection t train fares on the basis of 'Z cent: jitr ride is not sufficient to pay operating expenses and lixed harpt s. Woman Settles Little Row Out of Court Not Mrs. Crlia Jasodich, 1711 S. Ken t., didn't like it when Mrs J--i -ph Gulyos. a neighbor, killed ono f hr chicken.- and threw the body into the J.t-odk h ard as a warn in,: to keep the family pets at home. Not btirR of a vindictive nature, 'e'ia did not have her neinbor ur lested, tut decided on a campaign of reprisal cf her .n. Friday afternoon Cciia pied Mrs. Gulvv.s cimiri home wuii an arm full of irroceries Grasping the famdy milk bottle, she waited until nei nrii'tibrr was coming doun the .;l!ev. and then took. lur to tank, about th leceased fowl. .Mr.-. Gulyos will .not appear in court :amt Mrs. Jajco lich this morning. The doctor who toclc tb.re stitches in her he.id. s-ays it will b a weck I fore she will bo at. The only injuries sustained by Mr.-, .lacoditli are a cut rir.per, said by th- defendant to hive resulted from Mrs. Gu!ys' teeth. iut which Mrs. Gulvos will try to convince the jiMs'o werema.ie ly tho milk bott.e when t broke over her he.id. THIRD DIVISION MEN TO UNITE: ASK MEMBERS TO FILE NAMES FOR ROSTER Men living in South I'end and Misliawaka who served with the ihird division overseas have be.-n asked to turn in their names to Jim mie anil Goat's eipar store, in order that a complete roster may ob tained, according to Sorjrt. Stanley Mellalbek. head of a committee which plans a bu; reunion and out the latter part of September. Sert. Mcllalltck rcjuests that all r.antes be turned in before Sept. FIRST M. . CHURCH TO HAVE MUSICAL PROGRAM An interesMncr program will be civen Sunday mornintr at the First Methodist Fpiscopal church, under the direction of Fred G. Hnss. or ganist. C J. Jordan will render a ob in addition to the organ music, which will bo as follows: FrePide. 'Trehnlf in F" . . . . Shackiey Offertory. "Irtermozzo" . . . . Mascacni Pct!ude. " Marci.l" Htis-s The choir w ill resume its oi k r.cxt Sunday. WHAT A HOI.IAK IUI. I, WILL PO. SiimLiy. Aiisnit at '-' P. M. si om: ixh.lak si Im "n Then steal! weekly or monthly pa mr.:s will make' you the owner of one of o,.r beautiful lots m HH'llbANI', :!nv size, at such reasonable prices 'bat they will gre.w jr. v:Iu-- cry i- r ( n . KK'HLANP is irs:d the city limits. I Ki:i: At TOS at - P M . Sunday. A-.g M will Ie.ie f:m the oritur of Chapin r.nd Iivtion sts . Eagle int. (end of Chapin st. ear line) V:tacki's hall (end f S.nup'e t. car :;r.e . Con..- if ou buy or m:. If you w. b. t ;.iiy, l.nv your 1 il.T. Com' rain or shim. " ir l.f'Ucs en property will prot t oa. The s. hci:i::i r IL-me I: .;U':m' Co. .'1 -: J. u. s South Ivend. lnd. Pnone Main 11 -'J. Adv. Iceman 's Trick . Boosts H. C. L. of Housewives John Shanafelt. 172.1 Marine st.. attcmrded to increase the high cost of living, nccordlng to the complaint which resulted in his arret or. a petty larceny chart,'" Thursday nlht, and for which he will be tried in city court this moring. John is an iceman. While driv ing around the city peddling the pre cious ommoditv. he figured out a little scheme to make some money on the side. The only trouble was! that one thrifty housewife thought! she wan't exactly getting her mo ney's worth, and made a complaint which caused Oflkors Tholander and Haxter to pick Shanafelt up. The way John worked it. accord ing to the testimony of the woman who made the complaint, was by! pulling extra tickets out of the ice book, selling the amount of ice rep resented by the extra tickets, and keeping the money, afterwards! li "IHifj All III 11V At I.M LU t'l ill" lhft. The particular instance which she pointed out to Deputy Prosecutor .Sc hook was one book which Shame felt sold her, from which he remov ed a I'j pound ticket from the front of the book for V.Ö pounds of ice delivered, and also removed tickets for 100 pounds from the back of the book. Josephson Reappears in Fav orite Recitation, "I Have Nothing to Give Out." "Nothing exciting." was accomp lished by the board of safety at their meeting. Friday night, the quoted phrase being that of Dr. Louis J. Smith .president of the board. Harry Josephson clerk of the board, gave out his usual state ment ,"I have nothing to uive out." Dr. Smith and Nelson Kyser were the only two members of the board present at the meeting, so tho iTuch needed reorgan'.'itior of the poli' e department, beginning with the "ranking heads," could not be con sidered. Action on this matter was .ieferrcc- until some tt'iti in the dim future, when the vaciViot.s of the toard members are c'oi. JLay Get Now IIxeuo. If it happens that a full member ship is ever present at a meeting, it is believed that some other excuse ! can be found for not making the necessary shake-up. The board has allowed the detective department to be without a head since August s, so a few more weeks won't make any difference in the opinion of the board. In the same. ro"n where the board met. the dust continued to gather on the Bertillon system tiles, the fin ger print bureau, and the other modern systems which have gone into disuse since Chief Kline came into office. The resignation of Will lam Harnhart as sergeant of defec tives nearly a month ago left the department without a mart who can read and classify linger prints, and no action was taken by the board Friday night to select some one to learn this work. Fire Chief Sihrel and Thomas leaning. superintendent of the alarm system, made their regular weekly reports to the board, and oth er routine business was transacted. CUT POSTAL FORCE IN LABOR DAY OBSERVANCE Iibor Pay will be observed at t lie petst eiffice on Monday and only the minimum number of clerks will be on tluty during the day. There will he no deliveries e-f mail either by city or rural letter carriers. The money order division and postal savings bank will not be open at all em that day. The stamp and registry windows will be open for just one hour, between 9 and 10 a. m. The ge-neral delivery window will be open for three hours, from 7 until I"1 a m-. for the accommoda tion ef general deliw-ry patrons only. RED MEN'S BAND WILL PRESENT PARK CONCERT The Kd Men's band will be heard at Studebaker park Sunday after neon at J o'clock in a popular con- ert. The program follows: "Star Spangled Banner". Man h. "Vamoose-' Oserture. "IVstiar Pance of the Imps" . . . (Herture. "Own Count".. Waltz. "H'.iss eternal" . . . Patriotic Medlev" . . . Key . Kiefer . . Hazel . . . Kinc . . .King Pennett . . .Pyer March. "National Kmhb m' . . Pag'.ey iKerture. "Sincerity" P.anard "America." an i:ndlis chain. Here is the endless chain of rec ommendations for Lydia rir.kham's V petaMe Compound. There is hardly a town r vi'.lace in the l'r.üed States from which women have rot written letters telling of health restored by Lydia L. Pink ham's Vecetahie Compound. If you are s;;fTcrir.c from some fmale tre-ul !. ask our neighbor if she has vr ut-'d Lveiia K. tMnkham's Vec t t?'b 'on: pe-, and. In many cases ou will :.nd that she has regained health by its use and will recom mend it to you. Adt. mo exciteiient; says doc. smith English Prince Gives Medal to I ! - ;vr'; :?Jfv. tAUlVr'. : -ju; -j :05 4r'' -al m- xX ' l-r i' ' - -v: - fc: :. "V' .. ,virrr niptiim bows tlif Prince of Wales nresenting liie im.uMH'cui,iiuh .m.. - - - --- - a woman who lost her son at Cambrai. The proud mother was much affected during the ceremony, and, notwithstanding her severe loss, she is probably one of the proudest women in the world. Tourists Sleep in Open; Local Hotels Crowded Tourists will soon begin to avoid over-night stays in South Hend un less more accommodations are made for housing transients here, in the opinion of one local hotel manager. It is an uncommon thing now for persons arriving in the. city late at night to secure rooms at any of the better hotels, unless they have re servations made in advance. One party of automobile tourists, consisting of two women and four children. were forced to spend Thursday night in their machine, as they were unable to secure accom modations of any kind. They made the rounds of the hotels, and even drove to Mishawaka in search of rooms, but were unsuccessful. Some of the smaller hotel are taking advantage of this condition to charge rates which formerly applied only to the large hostlerics. the traveling public being forced to pay the bill or sleep in railroad stations or other public places. The situation has been particularly acuie the p.ust week. One police man on a down town beat kept track of the number of inquiries he had Thursday night, and in the morning he had a total of 22 to re port. Practically every one of these persons had visited several hotels, only to be told that all of the rooms were filled for the night. SWIFT AND COMPANY TO GIVE OUTING AT LAKE Lveryone in South Peiul is invited to a big outing to be given by Swift & Co. at Fish lake, twelve miles from Iipoite. Sunday. The affair will be featured by a 60-piece military' hand and drilling by the Swift infantry. The latter is said to be one ot the be-st drilled outfits in Illinois. In addition to bayonet drills, the unit will demon strate various platoon und sj.uac. movements. The band concert will start at " o'clock in the afternoon. Interposed in the program will be a brief ad elress by Pr. Philip Yarrow, of Chi cago. Many people- from Chicago, among whom will be employe's of Swift & Co., will attend the excur sion, arriving Saturday niuht and re maining until Sunday eening. ASK FOR and GET ru4yu ui Tho Original Walled EVlilk ivill heal that disfiguring iash so you can v,vai this drvv. 'I krvw, because I have used it, ami ound that it stepped the smarting and helling I made the first applica tion, and ia a sliort time the eruption vas Kon?. I ustd Iles:rul Soapwitli i and it tj.uckencd the action cf Kcsinol Ointment. YoU your drus'st." can Set txih In.n: ! Kesmol United States Recognizes Peruvian Government WASHINGTON. Aug. V.O. Ho cognition of the de facto govern ment of Peru was announced Friday by the state department. Sec'y Lansing instructed the American le gation at Lima to advise the minis ter of foreign affairs that the United States recognizes Pres't Legiua as head of the de facto government of Peru. The attitude of the United States toward the new Peruvian govern ment had been awaitc-d with in terest because of the manner in C. OF C. MEMBERS WILL DISCUSS CITY'S BUDGET Members of the South Pond Chamber of Common e will meet. Friday evening. Sep-. ... to discuss the proposed city budget for 1L20. it vas announced yesterday j'fternoon. following a closed meeting of the board of' elirectors. at which time various angles of the budget were taken up for discussion. Although the meeting was close-d. a formal statement, issued after the session, revealed the fact that in the opinion of the men who make up the board the budget as proposed is not unreasonable. FALLS IN SLEEPWALK; SUFFERS BROKEN LIMB Art Butler, n"; Kalorama st., suf fered a broKon leg 'ate Fridav nigbt DON'T GROWL AT THE GROCER He is doing the best he can to supply you vnüi your favorite brealdfast cereal. You may not be able to tjet all the Shredded Wheat Biscuit you want. The war is over and all restrictions are off, but it takes time to get back to normal production . Our four factories are turning out four million Bis cuits a day. Very little a advance in price. Two of these crisp, brown little loaves 01 Shredded Wheat with sliced ban anas or other fruit make a satisfying meal at a cost of a few cents. War Mother tin - distinguished Service medal to which it came into power. In the case of the former Tinoco regime in Costa Rica. ho administration policy was set forth that the United States would recognize no government founded on force. Although Pres't Leguia seized the Peruvian govern ment through virtually a bloodless revolution July 4, in elections held last Sunday and Monday his party was placed in complete control. The result of the elections, which passed uuietly, it was said by some officials, probably were instrumental in obtaining recognition for him. when he feU through a trap-door a the East Side Feed barn, K. Colfav av. He was sleeping in trie seccr.d i'oor eif the- barn, where he is en-.-plovcd. and probably walked in his sleep. He was taken to UpAorib hospital in tho police ambulance, in charge of Ollicers Lankow ski, Thu lander and Luth'et. HUNDRED MILLION KRONER DEMNDED BY DENMARK COPKNHACFN. Aug. against the belligerent :0. Claims powers a- mounting to more than lno.nnn.oon kroner have been lodged with the minister ef commerce by the Whole sale Merchants Association and the council ef ministry. Trading with advertisers means more for less cash. m i m ! KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS TO MOTOR TO PICNIC Members of th loc.il council of the Knights of Columbus will motor to Berrien Sprirgs. Mich., today, where an outing will be staged at Chapin lake. Th s is the first out ing the local council has held in the past three years and the committee in charge of the entertainment end of the program say they have ar ranged some unusual and interest ing features. The athletic featr.re of the day will be the indcor baseball game which will be played late in the aft ernoon. Horseshoe pitching, races, dancing, swimming and boating will also be on th program. A pic nic supper will be served at o'clock. PARK REPRESENTATIVES RESERVE ROOMS IN CITY Requests for hotel reservations have been received from park au thorities from all parts of the state for Sunday and Monday, the dates for the annual j-tate convention of the State Park Board association, according to the report made by Richard Elbel, president of the South Bend park board, at a meet ing held Friday night. Final arrangements for the en tertainment of the guests were made at the meeting. All that is needed to make the convention a Miccvss is the cooperation of the weather man. Mr. Elbel said. Become Slender Kfdu vour weight 10 to 00 lh., or more, under JlOo fil'A UAXTF.L by using OIL OF KOKKIN. following eapy directions. S'M by Central I rüg Store, Ibistlfln's. American Drug Co. in Sot.th Hnd. All drir Klt everywhere, eil Oil. OF KO KKIN". IlooUlet mailed free by Koreln Co., NV-W1, !?trttion F, New York. Charles B. Sax & Company 114 South Michigan Street Your Last Chance Clean-Up Sale Ends Tonight All summer merchan dise is being: closed out at big: reductions. There is still time to save more money on your purchases but you must hurrv. Bank here where you receive courteous, efficient attention and serv ice. Every phase of banking can be transacted here under one roof. St. Joseph Loan & Trust Company MEM3E f EDÜRALPESERVE SYSTEM 1 .h-x I ) ' I j Alive jj I Alert I T Active I ANNOUNCING THE OPENING of THE NEW CIGAR STORE and BILLIARD HALL AND BOWLING ALLEY of GOLDEN D. MANN 127 N. MICHIGAN ST. On Monday Evening, September 1st. HEP'S ORCHESTRA Star Bowling Match between Silver Edge and Eagles teams. Golden D. Mann Store No. 2 Old stand of Dan Bardeen's Bell Phone What a Dollar Bill Will Do SUNDAY, AUGUST 31. 1919. 2 P. M. $1 - ONE DOLLAR - $1, Down A Small Weekly or Monthly Beautiful Lots in RICHLAND in me vuy or joum ornu. BARGAIN PRICES based on 1917 Valuation. $245 and up. Choice corners $280 and up. Large lots 40x128 to 120x128. South Bend's increa'se in population will doubKe the vIue fl of these lots. Before the boom is the time to buy for a home;site or in vestment. RICHLAND is the place to buy. ; FREE CARS SUNDAY. AUGUST 31. 191 2 P. M. Will leave Eagle Point (end of Chapin Street car line), Chapin and Division, Witucki's Hall ( end of Sample Street car line). To drive to property, take Prairie to Olive, north on Olive to Calvert, and property. Remember to bring your dollar as no land is reserved without a deposit. Our houses on property will protect vou from the rain. COME RAIN OR SHINE. Wait for our circulars. They will be delivered to ;your home Friday and Saturday. Schellinger Home Building Co. 201-202 J. M. S. Bid South Bend, Ind. Phone: Main 1426. Ask the Price When you buy Fur niture don't -take it for granted the price is right. Ask the price. Look at the Price Tags. You'll tind our prices lower on Good Fur niture because we're out of the high rent district. The Home Furniture Co. 326-28 S. Michigan St. 117 outh Mictilgan St. Correct .i pfrrl for Women. I. W. LOWER rOjoRATINO COMPANY, South Drnd. Indlaruu WD Pper. DrmprHaa. Pulnt Suppliee. IRCG3IST, Anfioiiurn Theater. The Big Cut Rate Drug Store OTTO C. BASTIAN, Advertisers make profits from volume not prices. .m.jwun;iBxi Then Payment and One of Our k Will Be Yours. They are f f CT r Confidence Whether you per s nally select your groceries or order them b phone, you know they'll be rkht it they cme from THI: FFRMJHLL. We have pent years in builJiiv.' tiu's Cfiiiiidence. W . ' r 1 i ' v THE- 1 art r T2 K 3 GROCERY AND MARKET Cor. Cclfax and fvlain Main 332 Lincoln 5382 ADLER BROS. On Miehlen ftt Wfctnton . Slnor 1SS-. nrr: ktoui: iri- men and v.oy Dont Pay Caih for Your Clothing. Too Or! It la at GATELY'S, SSI fi. IIrh1rn t. MAX ADLER COMPANY World's Best Clothes. c'omcr ?1r. anil Wash. et. 3 Save rr.oney by p.itror.hfn merchants that ivertise.