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THE SOUTH BfcNlJ NEWS-TIMES
M . . 01 ()t ; i i SOUTH OEND i ÜBE FAVORABLE N ! A llies and Austria Come to Terms Keep Step With Many of the, Larger Cities Some Show Decline. fcjf tilt- t:MisMFrt&lMf j lS.L. SIGNING THE PgACE TREATY WITH AUSTRIA ? EfiL ESTATE FO WEEK IS AGTIVE ' architrt. Th hnu?o ) o hui:; ' accord i-, er to an r.riir.a; j in of Mr. ! Smith's? lrtcse If als wfre irtr.5ac;--l '. zir with fir; s :n th rv Tr-is: Mir Su:-I:v:..:i work i Tr b- -nndp a .PCi'lltN" ' h rsw firm. Mrs. John I. Worden I ha. rharsrf- of th in-rov d r-roprrt Mayor Carson's Home Sold to; ;1;r7t"vm, xvhl,f hfr hh- . : I rof. ordrr.. is j:por:ntrndor.: f Detroit Man Other Buy- f-ms and .division d.P-.rt . . t mor.t. ing is brisk. COLD VAVE COMING An oner th rra! ost.Ttf d ; Rdnrtion in food prices nr :in- ! n f. n i ! I 1 1 . . . V. . . 1 . to recede to tho next twnhi:x f'Tith Tlnd hnw.i a onsidrAhA pain of h'illdlnsf durln?: th month "f Sptmbr over that f Aucru"! dAapjtr tho f.irt tht from t it lt ic3 rrirnptfd in ir ritios of tho T'nitfd Stnti. tho majority nf thom show a d-clin of b'iüdincr vrmits. j Throughout th yar South P.rndt hm shnwn a yrr it amount of buiM-i think tli romlitions hrf to he nnd. many ritif ar in a much mor' do Tdorablft condition. Mor" prrrnlrs Jiavf rfx takon out ach month durinc: th. ypar and thi.-f irtfr.i.' is -xpr--trd to rontin'io through th- re mainder of this yrar and th rntlrv year of 15 20. Illr I'lrnw AttUo. Roth thA Sttid b.ik r corporation and th Olivrr T'low cotnpir.y havti .tnnouncrd fxtrnvi building pr crams and many othr orati iz.itioni throughout thr ?ity art r tint; dwfdlincs at a vf-rv fast rat. Vith many citi s looking to abtiormaT Tlf above photograph v as the tirs t reach merica of the official sii;ntr of th pftce treaty v.-ith Vus tlmrs in the housing nroliN-ms for tri n h h t initiated hoilitiev with that nation. The pk-iir; is ?ne that v.ill ?ro down as a historical tok he next 10 years. South Hend is '-n of much interest. showing that sh- is r,'inc; an un-; usual situation in a creditable man-!. acted durir.c th- iast wre was thoj purchase f-f Mayor Cuson's house.! located at 21:', North Shore dr.. by FJ. R. Stoddard, formerly of Detroit, now comer ted with the Studebakr corporation hero. Mavor Carson! drives pc. ssion of his house imme diately and has juirchasefl from "W K". Mi Ilf nrv. real estate dealer, two! eonijdiiitu lots on the corner of .ftirquette aw, and Lafayette Mvd. The considcra- How to Avoid Many Childhood Ailments "liie (are t i o n for $13.000. Another I .... .Ii.. ..j. i ,,r in 111 U''11U ITij ilM I venu as S,l a tooth to be .:ir-d ! r ror. mij s nr. i.o'iis.- Moor. '5- ,f 'ally fhU Is Ufr until the ohibi tirst : I tootbai-he. Few parent t 1 serious lUrm-uts ..f ihiiilhoi,,! -ir A . 'M i-i.ti. a. 1. ... it the arson property wasttti' :ud inflaineii eum are the i.af places frr -eruis to start. ll)c ui.iltinlv ! into uilllloiis in a dar and are fwnllod or tne itroit men at in sik-Ii .mnntitv n.it cu. a or- 1 I . , " '.V... .....i,. . Miidet.aker s lias purchased for 'an riot resist tn attack. Fever, rMII. 1 1 formerly owned by James H. I'rink, and will move, into it immediately. The buyer is (Jeorgp Tallakson. as sistant superintendent in the forse department at Studebaker's. Oi-isrinal Plan. A lot. upon which a house costing between flO.ooo and ? 13.000 is to he erected, was bought durlntc the week by FJrnept Piowaty, dealer in whole sale fruits. The lot is situated on Rokapon st. near the Xiles road and Marshal Smith of Chieatro is the stnmai h nd iiite.f iual j onimou results. I "When teeth first come through (ho! 'T'1TliJ iOt- tV.AIll.1 I. A . . I ..,,.1 t "'. it". ;-ii'".ii'i i-i i i.,iur-'j ijli'l I 'I j islie.1 roiruiMrlr with in oriine ml !H i-tuk whleii has been dipped in Mhp a- Week Tenth Polish. This is entirely hnriiiless t th little r.n-'s teoth mid fuins. aiu is piens.'Uit to tn' fjiste. .ivc V' the child's first teeth in this wnv and he 1 fl will tnkf earo of th- t-e'-ond h im If . thd H lialdt beintr fnrmel. (ince a - Week TootliiH relish, by the way. Is the h.t rhiru: adtilts e.-tn tine, a? well ;is children, to ! k"ep the t'eli ;.erfoftIy elean, wliite. fre' Jroiu stains aud t;irtar. and tn present ! ce.ay. It can be had at any dni store. It may be u-l with a tooth brush the same as ordinary dentrifiees." Get set. Be ready to laugh at old Win ter when he comes. Be sure that your pipes and plumbing are protected be fore the ground freezes. Call us for advice. We will most cheerfully tell how expensive bills may be avoided by taking a little AGRICULTURE Credit fixtiMision May AiTect Price of Implements As Well As Fondstutfs Busi ness Men Oppose 'l ax-exempt Farm Loans- I' er. 1 Purins? the month of S pteni be r , 11 permits were tak'n out with an; estimated value of $ T2 1. " 1 0. This, is far in excess of the permits taken . out tho year before, only '.'. bein1 taken out u Septemo r. Llv. with a. valuation of $1S3,7C'. The per-; t enlace of increase is 210. ; Statistic catnered from cities .ver the (.(funtry show an e-timate ... . , .. , . ., .. . . Lxlenion of credit to foreign valuation of buildint; to tie $1,. " 0::.7:;k as against an estimated val-j 5,"y. rs is now continent upon uation of $1 0,94 7. 2";: from 1.! passage of the Kde bill and pos citie In August which has been the Tnu(iifjraliOM C)f tju. terms sur- banner month of the y.,,r and in j rouIulinp thp slj0oo.000,0oo fund, which '4hn peak ff buildinir acitvity ; was reached. j h Id by the War Finance corpora- Show Inercae. J tion. available for citalit. Ratitica- Of 14." cities fer the' country 7! tion of the peace treaty interposes showed a decrease daring the month; an obstacle which the ne.t few of September while "7 showed in-! months are expected to remove creases during the month. Some of , While credits will facilitate food th cities showir.tr trains were: At- exports, and this help to sustain the lanta, Ja ; Baltimore; Cedar Rapids, price of agricultural products, they Iowa; Chicago; Des .Moines; l'itcb- ; will also extend the export of farm bur?, .Mas.; (lalveston; Houston :' implements. nn dal all over Lurope, Jackson. Mich.: Milwaukee; New J and will thus react somewhat ad rleans; Oniaha; Portland. ( rcirmi ; j versely upon the American farmer. Rochester. X. Y. : St. Paul; Topeku, ! France, (iermany, Italy, and the Kans.. and South Rend. ! newly created nations of central BUSINESS Optimism Grows in Light of Recent Events N a t i o n Watches Industrial Con gress With Undivided Interest. NO PLACE FOR FLAPPER IN TRANSPORT MINISTRY LONDON. Oct. 11. Flippant prills are to be barred from the oftice of the new ministry of transport be cause Sir Eric Geddes. the new min ister of that department objects tni low-necked blouses, flashy dresses. ; possip in the corridors and organized , The president's recovery and set- j "woman secretary told a report tlement of the British railroad ! er; "Sir Eric does not like to see strike created optimism in business circles. Ross of presidential leader ship would have- meant uncertainty and possibie disorder. In England the po eminent. by forcing the strikers to recede from their unten able position, demonstrated that its power is. and shall remain, greater than the power of any sinpde ;roup. The settlement was in the nature of a compromise, and will influence' the American strike movement, tending to moderate the extreme demands of labor. The aation i watching: the Indus trial eouferei ce at Washington with A heavv loss during the month Europe need implements acutely, undivided interest. Some critics wat shown in the following itie: i owintr to war s devastation. the scoU anu Aemuie a preoiction mar i Atlantic City; Boston; Dallas; Da - adoption of modern methods, and ton; Duluth; I'ort Wayne; (if.ind the need for increasing food produc- Rapids; Holyoke; Lincoln; M in n ea - ! t ion. polis; Bhü.ide'.phi a; Pitt-bur; Rich.- 'a a l'oxihh .danco motiil, Va.; San i-"Yancisco; Sioux J American farmers face a possible 'ity; Seattle, and Washington. l. (Viadx nne in tl;e price of implements ! from at bast one otlor cause, viz.. tile s!e tinned. FOREIGN COMMERCE Snipping I'olicv DelaveJ in OnresN lw Vcacc I'reatv aiü Railro.i'j Hüls U. S. Will Meet Keen Competition. it will end in useless wrangles, hut a majority think otherwise. The moment's pressing need is for a pro irram of increased production upon which both capital and labor can unite. ' together with provision for just pront-sharin-r and. it may be. strike which, if Uuk con-i lor limited jart upation in manage iii.iv effect a saortaue of i ment by the employe. I steel and restrict the output of im- j plcim nts. The steel mills report a; Res Rails Returned Soon. than three months remain steadil increasing perca ntae uf op-j before the railroads will return to ration, however, and it may easily i private hands, if present plans are be po.-s.ble for them to speed up carried out. Numerous plans are in la t v crowds of these young people about. I am told that he dislikes very much the "loud" apparel and particularly low necks and he has no time or their childish laughter and chatter ing. He has expressed a wish that the women members of the -staff I i shall be staid and wear 'quietish' clothes. The days of the flapper are over, at least as far as this depart ment is concerned." Buy any automoMie on our monthly payment plan, ride while you are paying. Northwestern Fi nance Co . no I Citizens Bank Bldg. Telephone Lincoln 12C".. 322 4-tf Advt FOR SALE Acre treks on the Iiie Way No-th. first sf..p north of St. Mary's Acad emy. Dixie- Way is jn 1-eing paved. Plenty of fruit ut:d AIT: ream of water on the tra t. nrn. II. A. Tohu'.ka. T'nDn Trust Mi!?. ; 'Hemer Tazirai t. Farmers Trust I'd. Ig. 1 I a L ..io x t r f , v . -! . v -K 1 . , j " . -v. ' .... ..... .... y .;;......;.. . - . .. ... 1 II" J precaution now. Phone us todar. I'i.i iii.ilinn of a definite i;o c t u na marine pol i y has been a waited ever since the armtiie. ; et ... itill dela -d la congre:: by I; pe.ice tfeatv. lai'road bills and über matters. in alient fc.it'.ii .utreed upon th it th- govem shall not permanently own . I'd operate the new mrchint m : e. ;.i:t -liill di-pt se of it to pri- interests a- ::tpei'. a- pos-i'-b-. A 'tikerC" e!)t:s:nitTce lias ! n wi-klllg t ib- Ce i !!; id plan hi;!y the il.a t N IV be tlUal.Ced. I ; . pia nt a t i , s'nippin t:;":; be lt e the go ernm '".i t will have to ..o its ,?! iviri ier at S 1 ä rt to 1 it a "p.-,- ion. instead of i'Oa't.. $:j:..'thel f""t"r tax x.-mption of bonds, par- j i a ev asked heret(fore. l'o!iv !. Rigorous. tid recoup pi'esent losses. An inro ting movt ment has been initiated to unite the farmeis and busine-s men ostensibly- for the pro tection and promotion of their com mon interests. It runs counter to the efforts made by tt-rtain groups of labor to enlist the farmers" sup port. The interests of the employ ing farmer and the merchant and manufac in er seem, indeed, more nearly identical than those of the farmer and laborer, whom exists an opposition based on the attitude of each toward the price of raw f Istufts. Mow far this move ment will be cat lied, and in what decree the i iniuT will respond, time alo!- can tell. Opiic .More 1 'xeiiiption Business nu n strenuously oppose Tlo n!h'V of the ;:llied (OiirofliS to'Aaiil restrictions upon imports s i otic;' ablv b ss rigoi o-.s than six riiT.ihs aco. Me uilime Br.t a:n is i v i i -s ; - v. a r t r.o . on - I'.KlC s. ( . e- rr.a i: ha s is heeom: nu no-t'.' i n a ; : : t a a e i , a in is t-ecom.nu nou-i a ;a .1.,;!"-. with --xcb. iuge rati s favoring lor trade Eut ope is rH'0 rir..'. i! pi?e ero-cmous hatnhcaps. Atner-j.- i -, il! m ct keen fort ict: tomje-;!ii-n in tb.e or;t-st for Litin-Atn-r'aan arid 'ri. nal tT,arket Iliugc- on Rat itica i ion. t "re lit extension now h.:ni: s upon -.t.'i. .tii.n i.f tile o. Ir.v.i, .,n,t ' X ' ,:1I'tl po-sdb modification of the terms v m o ulding the M . 1 "na.',,.-! fi;r,.i 'I b the War Finame corpora -Con for credit. 'larti' E Rti'orts. MM01.L Oi th' .aio.,,!! x i bank, is only one of marv ho fe- I that escape from h.-,h prints ;-;.-s .a piakitig the u!" ! world pped'n Ce. lnasmui h as a'.', its parts a ra the Congressional hopper, bat opin ion has not crystallized in favor of j any cue as yet. The Si.el mills re- j I-ort tprrations stf ; dily inf:reas-ng ftr th most part. I'atnings the Fnited States Steel corporation fori the third cuarter are ex'ectel to ex- cefd the s econd quarter c-.ving to !n- crease ft production. The strike i came Iae in Seiten''er and will have orly mitior influence. Stocks! have been aggressive a id buoyant, j During the week ended Seid. 27. ; Pennsylvania lines east loaded 24,-i 1T0 cars of bituminous coal. 1000 ' cars above their previous high rec-j ord. New incorporations for Sep- temher invoivc the enormous sum of ( $ 1.9 1 ä. 00'. 000. a new high record j for all time, according to the Journ- : al of Commerce. ' l ticularlv tarm loan bonds an ex I pedicnt designed t give the farmer tbo.tp money. The eoiintry is tlood- d with tax exempt bonds, of which the Liberty issues are chief. Tax exemptions simply means the shift of burden from one diss or c tupation to another. Sometimes it is u.stitit d. a-s w ith the income tax j eiuptions. But taxes must be1 rai.-i d. .n.d broadly speaking. ach industry- siiould do its part. Tax; e :r. pt :o . often work injustice.' 'Certainly the farmer would prefer I ' to p t a fa.r price for his products. J ami i.iu-t open competition m s.-cur-I m- t Is. than to enjoy p -ii.n ta.x For sale, automobiles. You select the car. A smaP payment down, we pay the balance you pay us back by th month. Northwestern Finance Co.. .04 Citizens Bank P.ldg. Tel. Lincoln 1265. ;:22n tf. i T!.e i.-t oAih and itn -i tar.oe f ag-. ri ulture ate strikingly demotistrat- td by : g;:i es yhich accompany an-j r.euTua mom of the H'21 farm ten- I si;s. Ar. increase of 1 . " . o 0 farms is a lUii ipattal over 1 1 1 '. when the; tot.,; r.-.tihed nt'-, valued ;it !;.oje tlvill J 4 0. äo uOe.nee. l'num e ratio!; heg;r. Jan 2. ami will be inter-i i.ito e .e-a IV e.oUslV extended. Will S far to ! s' lbhsh Eurct-e.in industry. I. bor tro-:tles have affe. ted t! ship' uilding iud;;-!: '.. ! : k e ev ! eth.er industry. part bv the gov rr:i it-vt's .! :. -rtnu-tion to pc rnvif no furth. r w.tge ito r- is-s in v ards under it- ontr-d comp!. : . d. ru.iiv 1. it th-ug h bv Feh- ill CasUne.I f.vi h Hl T Public 'r is'b. t. W duesd Warner Wafehons urtlon of v. '( e o . St.. Ja t a It l -,v' ? o t a r d No nv York t I n1 ..timed j tJ :i,fr 1 ".t - ' kvv SoUtl, P,Ue al Tracks. ! ... ; -v4 . . . i t Iii, D 7 R v u 11 ADVANCED Y in.it- i.ivi: STOCK VEHICLES PIANOS rniMTnu: Do Double Duty. e-er.eii a Ir-di supply of l.'ltÄgjfSl) "J i , ! o,-.-;ates The Liis-.vorthi YL.firTtö '"rttt;: 1 Q Feed Prices Chicken Chowder, the greatest eve;e: mash ever made. Sacrifice price of $4.00 for 100 pounds. Only a few tons left. You never had a chance to buy this mash at a price ike this and you will never have another chance. No deliveries at ihis price. Artificial ice Company Lincoln 6123, Main 2221 arety posrc oxes Which are conven iently located Which are roomy, strong' and secure And which can be rented at a small vearlv charge Can be had at the American Trust Company right in the heart of the bus iness district. Every person who has important pa pers. Liberty Bonds or valuables of any kind should have ;i safety deposit box. and inspect Call them. SB Fv Yg American Trust Company 01 SALE This brick residence in excellent location, 5 blocks from center of ( ity. Modern in evf ry detail. Splendid appointment: has inlaid hard wood floors, two bath rooms and down stairs lavatory. An excellent buy for a business or professional man who desires a home near the down town district. Will be glad to show this property by appoint ment. Price $S,75. WILLIAM HAPP, Realtor Phone: Lincoln 1 ." 7 1 . 20 f ( itiensj liank Plilg. Tomorrow Is The Day To figure on that little bill of lum ber you have in mind. You want to get your repairs finished on the home before cold weather. Sit down and figure out what you need call us and get the best fig ures possible. mosror Lumber Co. DIVISION AND LAUREL STS. Phone Main 122. Long Evenings invite cosy surroundings. Bright lights, pretty paper and pleasing paint spell solid comfort for the length ened evenings. See us for your decorative work. E C. LEE rL.rl VV 11 Li Li PLUMBING. 122 E. Jeffe rson Blvd. Enz Confidence When you buy a bill of lumber, whether it be large or small, you want to feel assured of getting the very best and most for your money. We appreciate the value of hav ing your confidence in this and will go a long way to retain it. T T 1429 S. Main St. I fsj umoer uo. Phone Main 633. S. W. Lower Decorating Co. For WJ -a - Si P2) P"u ox r3 W d o il ii di p T Hundreds of patterns of discontinued papers are Priced Far Below their Real Value. Included are: Beautiful Bedroom Papers, with cut out borders, at roll 12V2C Living Room, Dining Room and Hall Papers. Manv are worth double at roll ;. . .22c Fine Tapestries in all the latest crlorins. Spec ially priced at roll 44c Bedroom Chintz and all over Bird Pattern.-. Special per roll 22c 30-inch Stipples Fabrics and Tapestries, in all Colors. Priced at 44c and up Bring your room measurement-. Paper Hanging promptlyattended to. Best guaran teed work. Picture framing correctly done. THE BASIN IN THE BATHROOM should match th? tub. If your? docs not let us put one in so that the room will be harmoni ous in its appointments. Or if the plumbing is the old fash ioned visible kind let us change it to trf modern style. Up-to-date plumbing is our specialty with old fashioned ideas as to moderate price. J. A. LUTHER at the sigJi of the clock : -1 : Wall Paper and Paints 225 S. Main St. ill Phone Alain I CIS PLUMBING AND HEATING. US W. COLFAX AV. Try MEWS-TIMES Want Adsi ii-iini'niiiiiiiii'iiniif""-y'tt"''i",'-""'ii"'