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f HE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
svTi nnw mti:i:noo. (mtoii:i; is. rn SUNDAY SCHOOL ! CONtEM EMDS County Delegates Attend Ses sions at Conference Memo rial U. B. Church. "Hit H Tvi -ry ard rirl qu--tior;, th- rr-t -pjsr n is th- :)''! of adult l.idrs ft th hoys ar.'l Kir!s." xrrr th- -rd.- of W. H"dart Hill. n i r I n T r t ; ' I !it .f th Y'-imc: I'op,'.s ,Sij:k!.i v vh'""! !:s-i'n. f IndnrajolN, in h!s address n "Tho i'h I'lcr,'- -f .d! s mi"''," at the f : r i I -rvicr of the .T"s-Th -un- ty Sun ' h'o ronv nt at. tho ('ir,trri'o MrriinrJril Tnitd Hr-th-ern rhurh. f-'nday r-v-ntne. Mr. Hill ror.t in'K-rJ. snyJntr that of th- 20 millions f rhildrrn in thi ('nitcd St;itrs Xhc Sunday schools r. f th country shouM r ich. only a.h"ut four millions ',vr-r actually rr.T'ho nnl n prrrrnt of th.so Tor- lost. ff -; i ; rf , "Thro will al ways h- str:f In tho l.'r.iud Statu until th f hurrh fins to thf real ization of the farts as th'-y aro and nMrrs the question mr- serious ly. Th adults, th ones who aro t instruct tho children of th .ulolesrent af. are tho orus in vho hands their future and thy future of tho rhurrh liefl." FI" said. "The parents do thir ut most in tho effort to produ' tho riiht kind of men and women. hut th" Sunday school Is u hero tho ehil tl r n should ho taught that kno'.vl-rdc- of th -mselves that is so vital luring th- ypars of adol s"''ncv Their instructors should t' trained to Kivr th children th- hinher ideals that is thIr only salvation." I'liml-Oics C'oniparixm. Mr. Hill followed with a rompar :;;ni; of th-- rhiM's life to that of the )-i'- of pottery, whih, aftr moulded, cannot he changed nith oiit lr-akin;?. H dwelt upon th ei!s of th pool room and advised inakiiic th church a plaen wh-ro th- rhildrrn could mert socially and lia" something to do to hold theni in th- w.iy of athletic tcuns. II' -'ae s'at'.vtjfs on th1 criminals of the adols Tiit ao and the frr-at percent of increase. He concluded ith an appeal to tile people to real ize that th whole question was up to then: ami that they should make the Sunday school an active organ ization in place of a passive one. . l. Wilson, newly elected vice prsnlent of the organization, pave a short address on the subject of "A l.o..k Forward," in which he ex plained the plana completed for the futur work and expressed his hopes for the cooperation of the thildren and the parents. Supper For Workers. A nipper was served for the Sun day school workers, officers, teach ers and department workers at 0 o'clock. The son? service of the e vo id nc was led by 1 C. Whltcomb. The Westminster Sunday school or ihestra furnished the music. At the afternoon program, F. F. Wolfe, recreational director, ad dressed tho meeting on the subject of "Fffectivo Teaching." He was followed by W. Hobart Hill, who .poke on "Tho Relation of Stat-. County and Township Associations and New Standards." Song service and a general discussion completed the afternoon's procrram. FlectJon of Officers. Following the morning services the officers of the association were elected for the coming year. They are: Frank Hay, reelected presi dent; C. F. Wilson, vice-president; Ralph Rennett. second vice-president: Charles R. Reyers, third vice president; Flizabeth Turn r. secre tary: Frank Jeffries, treasurer. The newly elected superintendents of the various divisions are: Mrs. t'harles R. Reyers. children's. Clyde Rocers. young people'; .lohn R Campbell, adult's; II. C. lnul, . du tatlonal; C. W. Hopkins, administrative. TODAY iS NATIONAL ACCIDENT PREVENTION DAY FOR RAILROADS Today marks the inrr.in of the National Failroad Af ident Proven- j non irie mat wm o- eoiKiu tii i.y all railroads under rd ral control, mürg Oct. HI. Th preater part of railrond aej- rjetits. to bth employes and patrons, ar ause.j by carelrssn-ss. and the dr!'. e j belnir made to not only in h'ruct th employes and impress U!n their minds the nerpssity of car-, by publicity, meetings, rallies, I ; personal talks, bulletins and posters. i but to k-rt the cooperation of tho I public. j Sincf. the organization nf a Safe I ty bureau on the Pennsylvania lines 1- months ago there has been 14 fewer people killed and -.070 fewr Injured than during the same pe riod of th- preceding year. This record demonstrates that a little care taken will save manv lives and1 limbs. Th drive, which has received the endorsement of the director general. is being instituted throughout the country with the purpose of demon strating that moit accidents am avoidable and unnecessary. It Is hoped that a much more favorable record will succeed this drive. EU. S. BOONS WILL LEAVE CITY Trinity Presbyterian Pastor to Accept Pastorate in Albu querque, New Mexico. I SPECIAL PROGRAM OF MUSIC FOR oUNDAi Action will b" taken upon th rc- Menation of liev. John S. Hums, pastor of th- trinity Presbyterian church by the elders Sunday morn ing and by the congregation Sunday evening. Kv. Burns plans on leaving South j r!nd for Albuquerque, New Mexico, Processional Following i th muical procrram for Sunday, Oct. 1?. F'lt. under the direction ,.f Mr. Fr d C,. Hass. or- ganist and dir'c?or "f tli- First! Methodist Rpiseop! church: j Iriiing. Prclud in I Ilorra Procrvvjonal Iljnin .N'o. "0 Harrington Response, "Tlie Iord's Prayer'... Holden Off rtory, "Hymn a St. Ceilc".... ; Gounod j Anthem, "O. Lord How Manifold" j Uec'ior.al (Choir) Postlude, "Pr)-'ai;iation" .... Oigslo i;'nliur. Prelude, "Andante Pa.-torale". . . . Kichmon 1 Hmn No. L'O KENN 1MII OMOOOi FSP.P TRIM I IIUI. I 1 1 1 1 1 Youth Charged With Assault and Battery With Intent to Kill. j Ch'ire 0f assault - and battery ! with intent to kill will b- preferred 'against Kenneth Morgan. th Is j year-old youth who shot Pauline by the latter part of the month wheroj Harrington h will be connected with tho First j Response, "Father Hear Fs Whil I'resbyterian church as associate j v Prav"' Ctllb rt LARGE AUDIENCE EARS MINGES Evangelist Delivers Talk on "Leprosy in South Bend,"' at Christian Church. IRISH PROFESSOR WILL TEACH AT UNIVERSITY Fl'forta of the Notre tame IViend.-? of Irish I"reedom to have the study if Irish history and literature re introdmed l;i the to'irc curri-ul'iia liave met vxith suc,-.-ss. Prf. Fd ward C'H. ig-rty. a ;.'!i- scholar and tcachrr has coir.e to th uni erit. a I'd accorili'ig to nnnouive mciiis j.osted ir U :)-. balls Fri day classes ! o rca ni.U d i:i W.iWi ball Sunday t i . - Tmnr. ('lasses will be open ;o all c r 1 1 f g 1 students. InaM.:':ch . s N"tr- l.:rne ha the grviTe- Irih iVelrtin in th' o"untr and th- i; u er-ity r n sclcct -l by the Ar.ci- ::t rd i f il'crniabs :.s th- v it f t!;e Tri-di National l.i':rar- I "ouralatto'i !ari;o numb rs nf .-f:d nt .tr xp-atc,! to ;tail theTuUv of th.'- l-r: ..f to' studi'- m ;!; b:-to! a::d erat u ro. HIT WITH SPOKE AND BRUSH SEEKS DIVORCE ' iardf-e" Hou t -d w ai.ts "; p.--v I ' f" . .i -'Ti i::J h sr r :s!' . s 1" ' ' d t for d; o'-c-J:i s 1 11 r-! C i r T )r;di f'-'Ti lit- V. 1 fc. C .' I b o 1 ! d Mr. !bw , i-d ".S i-i : , I th ' : . '. :f- t :' d V i :n i - . i : . i d i i. n.. vi th .' -! b.f b;- a :th . p.''-.- .i-i Ihr- u : h r ;, :.;m !! a !so i !::i:'- h-r . , j fus;i i. ! "'. h:- tv i ! Th v r- i. .a: r d .Tu it.- .' :. T ! . . i ha : ! ' -t 1 1 1 TO HOI I F M1N TlOs i : o r Is t : i i r - - t : . ; . T.Miir -: i . . ; r. a ! i ' - f : '. i k- and ,,.,., v"" . mm. i t il r;c i! p : -i i r w h s i r: - run :t.c. to h v 1 1 - ' ' )' " ' ! r 1 h ir- t .,.! and s- ; !: rs a re to L .n ntl-xtr.ce. The Indiana Avenue Christian ! church was again well filled last nicht wlun Evangelist Minges -.1- . , I L . . . l 1 1 f. sjok on oej'rosy in uum i.enu. i Th entire program was of unusual Interest. The music by both choir and special singers was excellent. Mrs. Minges sang "Itest for the Weary," accompanied by the violin and haro. and Mr. Arterburn sang "What Will You Do With Jesus." At the close of tho s rvice Rev. Cane baptized a number of Thurs day nUht's converts. Mr. Minges based his topic. "Fep rosy in South Bend." on the healing of Naaman by Elisha, and said: "Naaman was a great man because wh n he won a victory over Syria he gav Cod the credit. It is hard i'or some people to give anybod credit for anything but themselves. They become knockers on every thing and everybody and go through this world half billy-goat and half donkey, butting at one end and kicking at the other." Tellsi of Terrors- IF told of the terrors of leprosy and of the isolation of lepers from society, and drew a striking word picture in. which he described the moral lepers. "If all the moral lepers in this city had to 1 av- town tomorrow morning.'' he said, "there would be many vacant business houses, of fices and factories. There would be many P.oom for Kent' signs hang ing ovit. Y- r -- . "Jesus Christ has power to cleanse all moral lepers. I do not care how bad a case yoa may have, or if your life is as black as hell. !f you will surrender to Christ He will save you." He told how Xaa nun, when he first heard Elisha's message telling him how to be heal ed, refused to believe because of its simplicity. Mission of JcsU. "This is the same spirit," said the evangelist, "that men show today when they say that the ceremony of confessing Christ and being bap tized is so simple that they can't s.-e anything in it. Jesus came into this world to make the way of sal-j vation so plain that whosoever will ' may come. There was no virtue in th water of the Jordan. God did the healing1 when Naaman obeyed the words of th- prophet. Elisha 'onfossion won't save a man. Bap tism won't sae him- God saves win n hi- obeys, and the person who iys 'I won't do what He com mands,' is forever lost." At the close of h;s sermon th-3 gospel invitation was given and con verts w er made. The subject to- j nuht will be "Bible Hell." and the I evangelist says that no matter how J cold on the outside it may be it ! i will he plenty warm on the inside of I the buibiin-r. Sunn-ay afternoon at J o ' lock thcro will be a meeting; for women and girls only and the J ean-ei:st will speak on The H hite Slave Traffic." pastor and will also have the stu dent pastor work at the state uni versity there. He-v. Burns, in offering hi.s resig nation, closes a seven year service with the church, having started work here Sept. 1, 19IZ. One year and a half was spent as chaplain in the Fnited States army where he suffer ed an attack of influenza. He never completely recovered normal health from this and has been recommend ed by physicians to go to New Mexi co for his health. SuecvedH I lev. McKea.ii. The pastor will succeed Kev. Charles Ii. McKean at Albuquerque who will take up work in Omaha, Nebraska. According to Ir. Burns the trustees expected to let a contract Monday evening for the erection of a new manse building at the new lots of the church on Washington a v., and Francis st. The interior of the mar.se is to be used temporari ly as a church and Sunday school room until a new church can be erected to renlace the old one that' recently burned. The . ew church will be erected on the new lot be side tho manse. The building of the old has been sold and is being demol ished. Tho trustees have offered the lot for sale and expect to have it bold soon. Should the resignation be accept ed, the elders state they will soon OfTertory, "Evening Meditation".. K. Kinder Anthem. "The Soft Sabbath Calm" Shelley Recessional (Choir) Postlude. "March. Pontiucale" . . . t u Ü McDonald in a lover's eiuarrel. i Prosecuting Attorney Samuel P. j Schwartz in superior court Saturday. It was feared for m my days aft er the shooting that Miss McDonald would not recover, but. alter a long I light, she has now recovered, al ' though three of tb.e four bullets j have not been removed from her i body. J The shooting for which Morgan is j to stand trial occurred when he 1 tf 2 . T" . . 1 J 1... Becker laKing .Miss .jci7unaiu iu ma work at the i. c. ,v omccs. lire Four Shots. When the couple reached the cor ner of McPherson and Division sts.. Morgan stopped, drew a 2." calibre automatic and poured four shots in to the girl's body. After tiring the shots, young Mor gan caught an interurban car t Michigan City and from there wem to Chicago, registering under hi own name at the Englewood Y. M Business Houses Asked toi A- Latr !" c la;v ,ho r nuam .Moreneau, a irienu uj uiv family. Mr. Morehead upon the hoy failing to give a satisfactory explan ation of his being in Chicago, wired Morgan's father who asked that he return with the boy to South Bend Fpon Morgan's arrival in South Bend, Sheriff Duck met him at the train and placed him under custody awaiting the outcome of Miss Mc Donald's injuries befere charges v.ould be preferred against the young man. Sheriff Duck, who has refused to let anyone see tho boy without the consent or Mr. eiiiiiom. tne young HD ME IL COME' Have Representative Floats For October 29. Business houses and industrial j plants of the city are to be asked to have representative floats in the Homo Welcome parade to be held on the afternoon of Wednesday. J church J Oct. 2I, just preceding th main! oelehration at Snnngbrook park m honor of St. Joseph county's serv ice men. This was decided at a meeting of j . attorney. Faid the hov did not the parade committee at the Cham- m to rrali2e the situation ho was IJ'-l l L UUli! lilt I I t X I l.lcl j 1 1 m 1 1 1 . i have a successor and push the work j Many of the factories of the city as j of building the manse and the erec tion of a church as soon as building conditions will permit. In. IMilD RESTS NEAR EAST GOAL Flies Over South Bend Friday Afternoon Shortly Before Three o'clock. Eieut. Belvin W. Maynard, the "Flying Parson," leader in the air derby twice across the continent, passed over South Bend Friday aft noon shortly before Z o'clock. He was flying at a very rapid rate and soon made his disappearance in the eastern sky line. He was flying very low when he sailed over the southern part of th city and his name could be easily teen on the side of the plane. Arrive in Cleveland. Telegraph reports last night said he arrived in Cleveland, O.. at G:3t o'clock, where he spent the night He expects to complete the last leg of his journey, a distance of Ö03 miles, to Mineola, N. Y.. before sun set tonight. well as business houses have signi fied their intention of closing on the afternoon of Home Welcome day, and it is planned to make the oc casion a general half holiday. Discuss Details. Further details of the parade were discussed at the meeting Fri day night, but the entire plans for this part of the celebration have not been completed. Further meetings of the committee are to he held within the next few days, at which time the plans will be completed. The school children of the city are to be asked to participate in th parade, as well as all of the civio, social and fraternal organizations o tho city. v rrJT 8 1 j v l: L ;7 r si Safe Milk t!1 For Infants " & InYalids fto Cokbf A Nutritious Diet fcr All Ages Quick Lunch at Home or Office Avoid Imitations and Substitute NOTRE DAME CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEETS: WIFE CHARGES HUSBAND WITH INTOXICATION Irene Nelson riles suit for divorce from William Nelson in superior court Friday, charging cruel and in lunian treatment. Mrs. Nelson charges in her bill that her husband came home late at nights in an intoxicated conditioi and would strike, beat and' wound her. She also alleges he called her vile name-; They were married Sept. lfI and separated in July. 1?1?. Deciding to conduct their organ ization much on the same order as municipal organizations, members of the Senior Chamber of Commerce at Notre Dame have appointed recep tion, building, ground improvement I and booster committees to outline plans for further progress in stu dent activities. At their meeting Friday night, the members listene1 to two papers, one by President John Powers on Effective Publicitv." and the other i bv Harry McCullough on "The Du- j ties of a Chamber of Commerce Sec retary." I lev. John F. O'Hara. dean ot the Commerce department Notre Dame, presided at the meet ing. Charles Morrison, Leo Mom sen. J. Paul 1iosen and I.ucien Iii m at ' IF YOU HAD A EU ECK V A3 LONO A3 THI8 FELLOW, a Kin u Art SORE THROAT 1 ALL I I WAY I DOWN T0ÜSILII1E WOUlJJ QUICKLY RELIEVE IT 35o.ndf0o. Hospital Sixe, ft. ALL C.UGai2l3 When Mi Locke were tho various appointed chairmen of committees selected tot deity elop activities about the univcrs- AMERICANIZATION PLANS PERFECTED AT MEETING Car Disappears While Owner is in His House the success or failure of any day de pends upon whethei the bowels functionate properly or not You Need ins NEW MUSICAL SUPPLY COMPANY FOR CITY In all ! F.l! i .1 !1 ir-: with the rp, t: of huin s in South Itend. Hunt. form-r!v m' th" Donahue orchestra, h.-s orcan- ll:ii's Miivic.it S.i'.iiilv com-! ........ - - - - r t ---- Th, purpose of the company Members of the Americanization bureau perfected further plan- for the naturalization of foreign born j citizens as a meeting at the Chamber j of Commereo Friday niprht. Fncouraging reports regarding the I progress being made by the bureau in inducing fernen born citizens tot I oecomo naturalised. It was pointed! p0jjro uor ,irger clashes s,.;irt.h for Cicorg- Stehenson Friday nieht was added to the already long of automobile thieves' victims car was stolen from in fr his home at öl 9 S. St. Joseph st Mr. Stephenson drove up ti . I cut at the mertincr that 1 i'o i , . . ... . i .,.. .- . ...: i.ave oren iiHiuniin'Mi in iu i iu uü his horn1 earlv in the evening. out of the car and went into hi : hcuse for a few minutes. When h- i came out th car was con-. The j ..... . . ' re notnie.i ana ocgan a; tho machine. I li t, irv P r iniu got U ourt reoontly than the history of St. Jo cvrr lrfor- eph county. in i music fir : -ntertainm i;ts inner. o f all i- to provid da'-.cu'- and v 1 1 1 b r. i'liiri'S Hunt will act as business !-Mr..'C- r while the musi- will be . p.-r i-e,j ly his b -other and T. .T . Wi'helm. The personnel of the t'!r-: Ti -lo'stra consists of Kudo!;h Auu:st. pianis. formely with the W - '".iT.ip's Fv.tertainmev t oom of tb. w ; Ralph Armstronc. 'tu' s-ophtnist with the IVi h. r orchestra: Harrv ;uieing- - ir.;mm-r with th,- Syncopation lu. : Frank Andru. of ib.e Hill Dor.alno- o-;hMra. and i T. V.i! I'e't. i. saophor.ist witb. the rtginal II I'-.ck r atol p.ül loii.ih.!t. or v t sir.i .i;otto wit A .Mi:in Alvin Grott "f South Herd and prophets of Ma-Ha-Di vlrotto. of F.lkhart. will" take part in the semi annual joint fall ceremonial on Mori viav. Nov. A bati'iu t will srvrl at the Maonic temple and the ofr'cial decree work will pla-'o m the 01ier theater. ISSUE INJUNCTION TO PROHIBIT PICKETING! and thoroughly. The digestion of food entails the production : of poisons that must j be eliminated regularly w a IVXKK BOARD MFFTS. The assessment roll was filed and on firmed fo- the pannent of lliverside drive, at the regular meet Ir.g if the Park board l'riday nicht. An assessment rot was riled for fu ture harins: for the paement f Nis nv. cmrAdO, cct. 1. In tb.e -uke of a dc!aration by Leo M. Koran, .secretary of the lo al allied iron and sted workers council, that steel company officials were endeavoring to have Fnited States troops stati'i- m i acainst picketing in the South Chi cago strike area. Atty. Jacob Newman appeared in court demanding an injunction pre- Latv SIj tj Amy ModiciM in tdi World 5IJ tTrU. In Ker, 1Q. Z5u South Chicago, an injunction sue,! in circuit court Friday ventinc iiektir.c about th st hiiim: ; is imcmc 1 T. '. A. Lipi'ineotfs PiM ,'. m et .it th r:.con und r. ror.c farm near ! for the '.as; picnic of the year. LANDLADY SWTS HIT.. Adolph Hodcers. 4 ". ears old. irancer. Ind.. who rooms at ijs Iydraul:c av.. narrowly escaped church Saturday af-' asphyxiation Thursday nicht w hen .tor to the Arm -j hi neglected to turn out the gas Cassono'.is. Mich , The timely discovery of the fumes his landlady raved his life. 1 n . e inuis oi the Interstate Iron and st"! cor poration and threatening of families I of those men at work during th j .-trike. T. J. 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