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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
CONVENTION OPENS NLWPAV. Ol lOUI-i: I lVlf. E7- Must Divide Canteen Profits HERE NEXT WEEK E SPEAK Our Tea Room, Coolest Place to Lur.ch in Tovn bertson Br 1T Many Prominent Speakers on Program of Sunday School Conference. FAMOUS PREA in r r m m m jfiLr j ' i ii --.i iwL o Rev. J. S. Ladd Thor .as of Chicago to Appear at St. Paul's Sunday. Rev. J. S Ladd Thomas. D. D.. Store Operu 8:30; Closet 5:30 Saturday t 9:30 p. rru '" V" r '--"? -Arv ':.' ;. .1 r, ( j h r r. i r. t y .'Un'lny s.'h'.n i ,:.: r.t r. ww! a hl'l at h- Conf'ft:' o M mnnl Vn!tM Brethren rbur h. S. .Tnspph t.. Thurylay a.'i'l Frhla y, ' "rt. 11 and 17. Arr.r.v.i; t!. ;rora-' iticnt .pak-rs- at th wi'.I ! U. Iff,b.-rt Hii:. -;:. t !itM-'!.t ff the youtii; prop!1 f- !" par m-r.t at Iri'M.'ir.ap'Mi.-; Mrs. 'iY: im Ha.--- of 'onnrsv itlA. Ind.. '-.ho v.-sll t.i'k r.n "hildrr-n and Thi:- I'-tres.h-;" Prof. V.. Kicry rf Hoih.iny liil-U iastitutp. "hiraico. ;ir.I . ?h Wolf-. lora.1 municipal rrcn ation 1 1 f-f ; nr. j Thuraliv afternoon at 11 oYlo k and: wii! inilu'lf : S-iD y-r aial Witinri Kfv. r: ; Mi.-:-r: wcl-j ' om mldrss. P t r 1. Alliens; -Hitting rh- Mark." V. Ho' nrt Mill; i '.hildr.n's I. p.irtriiMit..! Work." Mrv. I'.a.-sr. In tin rvonini: thrf v. ill r ji'irjr saivi- nr,l Mentions m 7.:: a ,,-ri-,k i.y P'-v. '. A., . Si- ; rj ff'0 . a talk ro: ", ri- Vf u 's: Vnrk," and a Ils'-a--:'in f "Th ' Hoys and Thair N ols" i.y Prof. VI. ' r.n.ry. I irifftioil of OIIUTI. I TJ.--V. !!. X. Johnson will '''.ul th" titi;,il:; ;,t ?h- I'rid iy m or i. in i o.'fr rr!i( hih vill 1-;,'iii 1 1 i'i "hh. A :.ilk on "a )i il l . i ii's U'.rk" ! .Mrs. P..i-'-: "Wiry th rcanizfd ('ln'.'" h Mr. Mill, and! T'port.s .'fid !' '?ion of olh r-- vi!l p i i i'i k hi ' Ii - - i , s one of the foremost prrarhrs in th l Methodist denomination, ill preach' Ü undav mcrninp in th.- h't. Paul's Memorial Meth6di?t Ipisoopal , church of this city. j For the past 20 years Dr. Thomas' has lived in Chicago, where h? hi; always !:' n prominrnt in matters' pfrtainin,' to the civic, moral and : j rolisous life of the city. It was- he! who was chairman of th commit-1 tee of 100 who had charge of the' f'üly Sunday campaign in "hicaro two ye ars ago. He has been pre si-i ' nt of the Fhicasro Methodist ! preachers' mcetiiif,' and during the! ! past 10 years lias heen pastor of the' Austin Methodist Kpiscopal church, j which is the largest of the denom-i ination in the city of Chicago. Wn.s Ocrsojts. Dr. Thomn accompanied Dr. James I. Gardiner of St. Paul's church on his speaking mission to American troops in France and on Sunday morninp will have some thing to. aay relative to experiences overseas. Mr. Harvey Klockow, who was in the army for nearly two years and j j who recently returned from France. will speak on Sunday evening1 inj St. Paul's church at the Young Peo-I pie's services at 7 o'clock on the suh.J joot. "The U. S. Air Service in the United States and France." LOfLD BYNC5 i nrnpv to th" program. i lo- .(:!! I'moii sr.-ion will hc'in a! t : ? .". o'c!o k and will indud. a t.i'u on j Lord P. M-r h' s .r... r.f ho nUsiet joT.s in Fnirland. that of distributing "K.fecti Teaching" 1-y Mr. Wolf-: th- 1 7, .', inif. profits 1 rived froni the epe1itio?iary force canteens for "H'!tU"n of State;, County and. th.- 1. -n.-üt f th.- e- orvico men that were in the war. The above pho Townshlp As..ciati.M and N'.-w !.rraph -hows a v. r t;o..d lik n.-s d' the man who has this tremend- StandardV by Mr. Hill, and a u-n- t, ,..,; i ! i hand.-. nral d;.-i iis.-i "n of "Hi;-- 'I'hi-: 'on - j rntion Helped Von?". . ' n i'riday ernini: ih'-re will ! f Npjifr at tb chm ch f"i" S ind.ty .chool ct!icer5. te.ich-i'-i and bpart-j rnrntat w-rk rs at o't !.. !.. Tlo program th- last of tin- eoof. t ciw e j v i i I include or bestra .- b-ctions I " i th- Westminster Sunday .s-hoc'. tone serice led by 1 C. WhU-o'ii)'. and an address. "The Chalb-nt,'.- of Adoletcense," by Mr. Hili. The Horoscope HOLD EXAMINATIONS FOR FORTY POSITIONS sT ire c in;inatl":is for ni'-' than ID poverniuent positions iae been announced. to b- held lurinir the remainder f ( tol.i and November. Mot ,f them are f.r jiositions in Washin'on I n' a number are for po.-itions in :i Id branches. In addition to tlo- salar ies of lnot ff tli- pii;-i!"i;-- a t 1 ' ; - poriry increase of c'n :( jiiontb. i-unthorize-I to cmpl"es h r civcl Tiot more tli an ' -ar and V.'hose srvi--es aro s.it od' a -'torv . Anionic th p...- p i . rj s !i. are teachers. inafroii-- and d-m-s;ic tea. hers for the liaüan s--rii- at imt. i'J-i:;. i M 1 1 1 i !.. Tint Jo be a day t-ir mundane affairs. For ni'n- tal pursuits or investigation into ri i u h r laws and phenomena H is .p' Mdid'y i'rtcrod undrr the trine of .Mci.ury to l"ran..s. Aoid miar- i ' '. i'lipiiNiy.- actions and litiga tion, a No . hange o- journeys. Those v!ii - .- !'!i!c. oa it is should be oau- Predicts Lots of Hunting in r , ,.. ! County This Year SILHOUETTES ml . im rv.itiv Himtinc will le indulged in to a much greater extent if thf hunting Ji.en.-s issued hy County Clerk Warrur ar any indication. ne )iundr-?d seventy-six were issued during Sept niber as cf)tnp ;red with 1"'" of the same month of last year cfüld i orit on this i y will he orit:-! So far this month about SO li- S.a lanes fpiiil f.'.an to t12. mal. i"-,,.aiKi-. i . st l -. errati'- and ein ;gf'.i hi-'. Monday's O'leras; is illurr inated !-y ihr t s;03;l li.n !i- l.unir as p. Is. Th- ' Luminaries in trine promise promotion r honors, fav ors and inn'M-T of ;a!ary. the Lunar trin. to Jupiter niian.es the tinan cii! a d a n i a ;;.-s. and the s.-xtile of ti.oor. to Neptune d'-not. s la nefitv, to In- i . i i i d throiiuh comhina-tio',-.'. trusts. :-'cr.-t organizations, soi-ii.ti.s or a Iii 1 ia t ;n There is .1 aiitr. i- from vi angling or wurdy i-t i nt 1 " '' r' ,"I""M "r pea. and the do- i censes have been issued but the I heav run is during the l;vtter part I of the month, says Mr. Warner. Last i year G."; licenses were issued in ! October but tliat amount is expect ed to be increased considerable this year Novembi-r is the banner month. During that month the open season starts upon most of the era me of the state and cold weather awak- j ens the. hunting desire. During No vember last ear over 70t licenses were issued. Mr. Warner stated discharged sailors and soldiers did not ncM a IT DO KS N'T VA'KS IWY TO ni: a corsrx or Aiurs. e;eorge W. Miller, self-confessed fourth-cousin of Abra ham Lincoln, is honoring South Hcnd with his presence this week. Oeorpe was arretted twice within the week for ped dling without a license. He gave his relationship with Lincoln. The (Jreat Liberator, as one of the many reatons why he should he liberated from jail, but his entreaties were futile. Miller dresses much like a rail splitter would dress if there were any rail-splitters at large now. His costume, in which h sells rubber coats and other ar ticles to the buying public, con sists td' high leather boots, blue "overall" trousers, a brown coat and u very Lincolnesque tdouch hat. hunting license. The state le-Msla- .ne-a- MtuatiMM is not happily iti- ,mv pr;intln(r fhpn al, nue;i... k n.-alin. observers, weather bureau, p ivim; from Jl.'Oa to 1. ".'"". a-;st ii,t - ..,4...-... ... e ,..,o,.-l Thos.. u h.e i.irtlolay it is have 4i4li!l'l- i 11'. I'lL'lii J - J . fc. 1 t nt .a.or,o . v ..:.., , ,...o, lth" J't'o-m-ct of a successful yeal fron, 1 v.. p. ;. anim il ba:.-l''vlth n",'m,'t''" increase of l,,,;,!,,,.,! vi- fro. !. s-u, ... """' V- They ,hould guard the o'iii an." a nniuh' r of nt!,. Fur the privileges given to the veterans of the Civil war and this included. The only requisite is discharge paper?. tbe information r g:!ri:;i:: them ir.ay te v-cur-d a the !'. S jv il :Tlce hoard at the i"--toMi ,MM " wrangling. Public Auction of Unclaimed A - h'.M bom on this day will ho n-oiu,ht. W dnesday. October loth. Warner Warehouse Co.. South Pine St.. and New York Central Tracks. 5 2 15 5 -1 4 pop-iiar. Lviii rmis and succe-stul de spite ca f e!e.-n ss and a t-Tolency to o i-..-.-n.-:ons. INSTITUTE j OPERATES GAMING HOUSE. IU urtM run tiUbllMLb! rniiDT rrir.izc uim ooc I SUNDAY IMltKilLXM. The Amphion male quartet, assist ed hy Miss Kathryn leach. wilt ren der the following musical program at the Westminster Presbyterian chuich Sunday: Morning. Prelude. "Minster March'' from "Ijohongrin" Wagner Quartet, "Dehold the Days Sball Come Saith the Lord". .Woodward Solo, "O Lamb of (lod" .. Dradsky K. W. Morse, offertory. 'Berceuse' .... Spinney Postlude, "Duke Street" . . Whiting lAcning. Prelude, "Nocturne des Anges" Vincent Quartet, "Look Thou on Me" ... Lassen Offertory. "Meditation" . . Lemaigre Quartet. "Pliss of the Purified" . . Koschat Postlude. "Marche" Petrali Tti. W.'fai I j- '.i v Of- of' South liefd. 1 new lo.-.. t h:Ml".il g it. st ltutien. will Im Ir.M.;.. -porar ij'i.ui'rs at 1 S. in 'lo- roorn formerly o . the 1 low ard Cranf 11 Co . : t pe room a n t -e ma h Irin oci-'t v is t'nar-.ced Koh.it P.rouu. eharged with op- I !'.'! ' I 'ITo'it'li'" llo'l.-l If I. . .... .. ..! ...,, ' . It 11.' I.. . ! u.:lu!i','!nii av.. was tili, d '!'. and .o-.s oy .lauge (iiinicr ci'y curt Saturday m'rni:ig. '!"! r.i; on the Pi own p'ace was ::.a.h' I is; Monday nigh: iiv Serct.1 unid !.v l '"i a s j e-i.'.V Tiei a n u n l - i ff r of prominent S--uth I '.. nd b i.-i-..es5 men. and its purj.0s. it -s an nounced is to d: the . . a s i , til rople w,o do not or-I;- in! hiej ethr ranking corr-ec; o-i?. It is stRtrd th.e r.ew s-'.'.-ty w i ' I he pre pared to loin money o,, oliattels a I j pe p. re. -nt :es than th. !. g,tl iate. ; An ivp. rinir-'.l man i". loans ar.d general F.nkirg hi' b- n secured; ' to take charge as soon as tin- S. ! 1 1 1 1 - "!: j of 1 v!eeives Wiliiat-i P.arnhart. and a tli- raid fo-.ir 'neu were arrested. Th. y are Louis Curl. William Sanp. ! Char!, s Tia kt r and 'harlcs Wil- ! ::.;!; Judre ("ilmer .'in-'d each of 'ir nii'n . .' and co.-ts. but b.e .;,..! Tli.. I'll, s of i :.!,.. - .-.?, I'I, tu o i..t n were mi hiiv. ii that these h found in th- the police and w. re not Msin st. room is made adv for Tin- !:?ies g.en I'rown and h.e opening for business. Mary local : i;r :" u !'' u-or. the p'e t of people ar stociiholders m the n v.-; - '''y f.-r them, by their attorn, y. t r.tc rpri c. i j ! PLU.ADS 4.UILTY. j M.IlRIA;i: LICIAsi; I M: s Yt r.i Nam ;!, charged with Tiay Lillic. st ! w.rk.-. 'o. iuh ..-m;;!: and :attc ry by Mrs. Agnes to Iou.:.e Krause. n.-i. i-r;i r. i o.o;. was arraign d m i .tv court. turday mernir.g aial pbadvd not' i Chicago. 'lay C He-ton. nre-r.n. South Per.d to ."leo .v rme;. er. i-hoe-r.a ki :, Soutli Pend. Julus Mustaut. libra-:'. South I-ier'd to Anna Van i-.tr.---v- ho.:-,- 9t . R worker. South T?T.d. i'jlC if John Kosir.sk:. t.-h -. s.-atti Me nd to IfittP- PaPhtn. a-: . ia: ier, ! South lier. i. John Pi. rz ;.!- i v. oo.'v a: ker. soutli l'e r.d, to u '.ia H!:da. : a:n- tress. South in nd. Herschtl U. P.ish. i.-uhiuah I V.TKhart. I r.d . to Fdi.a : ic : i ;c!i. ! U 1 : Studebakfr st , M iw .ka. Victor S. Siott. :::.; c;. r So-..th I-end to Marie i . p.a 1 k stress, South Pervl. I'rank Pi u-e. ; un-: : LA sri J4 h'v'l "- riay dare gui!t . II. r h. ..trin. :.et W'.a! ia da . V." a tor U 0T Reducing Fat Tan tft f irV- . Tt. ,..--- H. - : . V. V ! .'! South Ber.d. Stanley Kidton. a -::..!.-Lend, to t'lara. Willah., -h-Sjuth Iv r.d. Public Aucf.rn of Freight. W'oiü. i;, i ,-' V,',!r!.i r W.ire:.oa- '" M . and Ne-v l.-rk i',:!-!r ! A -.-. from a'.re.-i d Uvf.-vrn us t'at ;!. Arr.eri.-;o.i :a t!.od of r reducing :-... triu, t.ure Is Uif-tiiig nltli :.s i. :.!' a:g su- ,-t . 1 t.h v stem. hi. b 's .i. a net: i.-rf:il in prt vi..ii t". .-re. : a. it ' e t'.a M;;rnTC.i Pr,.. - rh'ti .. l'.thh-! a..-th.-l ef red;:. -ire fat. l! ,fe to s ;v th.it we h.ive n.ij'.a.:; : tt. - for this i-urpv-e lu this ..uutrV. '.y t..:i.-' t! it ulh. r.'.!;i. the ei-5-:'. " i two. thr.e t fe',:r peaad a chv u:t..e:.t :t:ji.ry t- t! -te::ueh. tfa- a::s-Swthj---' ef w : ir.ki Fa :ap ui" ixeru.-in,; : ' J e - T . i .'! wit. ...... j :;t!t and us-ful t- i : ii.it. ; h- 1.,- -iti s .T u .t t ah'-' ! f i r. -suit s. tii.w . t ' -:- f i :,. - ;.'t i :u.r. "M:1 Ptti- t it r-- ha. . - d '-. iav - M.;r-;-i t.i Pre i.h- it" ::hi.;.- ai .-a-, t . 1 a r. ' .'. :-re.--. rP T;.'!l i .v! h; ' ! i dM r th'- !l'-h--s. r : ;... . : .-,.,:.! . i.. .M f--. : . ..h..r 1 1.- 1 rg.- . u- . . - .; ! 1 h . :.i-; i. .i 1 ; r I . ' mv. ! .- i-;:--h."- ..f tnt h-f s ,-j.-h Cv I - i e li.;rui!i . . i .- Here's a siore that takes pride in litting children. We fully realize the importance of the right shoes for growing feet and have made a study of what is best for them. Everything from "First Step" shoes to shoes for the larger boy and girl are selected with utmost care and a full consciousness of the responsi bility that rests with us. Bring your children here and be assured safe, sensible, durable shoes. i j v kgbä-l I e t : ; 1 1 ! t . 1 t .. . : 3 5 r'p? uarantee Shoe Co. "Where Service is the tirst consideration'' 125 N. Michigan St. SOUTH BEND f s a Goat -3 eason ana You will have no better opportunity to make a selection of your new win ter coat than during this week. Yesterday, by express, came another lot of the season's Smartest Coats for Women and Misses. Superb examples to meet the demands of varying occasions. Coat after coat in all the season's delightful variety of colors and fabrics. V ;u TT M I J Ml f?-,A - -I S" ill m I if u 1 f-l: - tit 5T; 1 ,1.1k, t':'.rAx' i TT Groupings of Prices Interesting To All at $25 to $35 f i' 1 r': i at $45 to $75 at $35 to $1 5 Coats of popular weaves Silvertones, Polo Cloth, Jul 'Hard's Kerseys, Velours. Coats of soft silky plushes, fast dyed, plain tailored or trimmed with fur, and plush collar and cuffs. Tinseltone Coats, also Silvertip Bolivias, Soft Velvety Velours, Silvertones, Pom Pom, Baffin Sealette and Hudson Seal Plush. Plain or fur trimmed. Long, me dium and short models. Bolivias, Crystal Cords, Velour de Laines, Tinsel tones, Hudson Seal, Silk Velours, with fur collars of Hudson Seal, Flying Squirrel, Raccoon and Opossum. Full silk lined, plain or fancy. o Girls' Winter Coats Coat styles for school girls from 6 up to 19 can be selected here at the price you intended to pay. The hundreds to choose from is larger in variety and quantity than ever before. Prices range frcm S I 0.00 and up to $60.00. Little Children's Coats You have not seen a prettier dis play of coats for little tots up to six years than this exhibition. Coats of every color, plain ur fur trimmed, from S5.00, $7.50 to $30. SOUTH BEND WATCHES IN ALL GRADES. Jewels Pertnatieni ß 7 6jP At Schuell s vou have a wealth of pretty things to select from you are absolutely pro tected as to quality and, too, you will find prices most reasonable. It is not too eirly now to begin planning for Christmas. Make your selections from our big full stocks of the following: La Tausca pearls, cameo brooches and rings, lavelliers. rings in hundreds of style mountings in diamonds and pearls, and mi-precious stones. Wrist watches in gold and enamel patterns in all sizes and shapes. Charles M. Schueli Jeweler and Optometrist New Location 113 W. Jefferson Blvd. Opposite Citizens National Bank Your e Is valuable, Is necessary. Must rrlve ir. goo-l share ar1. ready rcr your U55 "A-h-n you v.-a r.t It. This means The Yellow Taxicab v Transfer Co. It is the only transfer a r.i bxT h ira rpresfer.tativ I:; the fit:-, r-uthor-3 ty the ral'.rrrjc. I'rotect y(.,ur bargac a:;1 i- har.'ih.i hy the Vt-'lcw. fellow Taxicab &. Transfer Co.