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DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WOMEN Circles SOCIETY Suffrage Philanthropy THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES W. O. I '.tvif .'whirr--.'! 1'"' ru'-m-I is aT'l friend?, of the LadoY !'.ii!- A-4 of th- Hop. I 'ry ! ri.'in hurch a a kv.t-1 r:i"tint' 1 1 -' I Fri day nn;ht a i th church A r a dink 'as glwn hy U'in.'.-ini I'm h f th hiirh n'hi.rtl faculty ami the n.ng men's .reh-tra f th-- :iur h f i r -i.shd muuc during f:i- ''WMr,,' A -rCKi! hour iv hM Pu'nwiriz the 1 rr.ram and r-fr shn.r nts x i ' v' Thf regular x:.etir;g of the luoilth'x 1 - : H W ire i i - ,,f . p.: iiit(n hapl was 1M i"r;d a v nm ;i t hp hoi;:' V ra I'll- rv I-. I or t h- r:t. The prt-i- i sent. Kll-worTh I'ofde. p(..-i'!d at'n Uü-on laüsnn. prr- l lie th Ihniiov, rn !!.-. ;u:.! d-vouonil ! ' u:- 1 1 ri r will he h!d Nov. 11 r a-- wer- -1 U: the t. ac lier. Mr Trank Sr:i:!h. Miv-: HattU U'-J. l-r jrne.J th' ii i - - i" n a r '.' t,i- f'.ames ari-i rii' -.' featured I he s-k- .al hour and a lnneho:i wa .-re l to 1 T pijesTji. The nxt rnetini; will heM at the W'f ih r )uin-. Sow " 1 The snurli HhiiI Alun.ni ;, ?.s. .,i , - t lion nf th Kant, i Kanna Canima fra-! - - - i . i - - - t er i: i t y wa s n t e r t a i n ed .-t lic.in' f Mr? Kli r. Seehirt. N Lafa tte olvd.. I'riday niht. rurir. th o rial hoiar ref rehm-nf s r- ?-r-'i Mrt?. William Mi'.lothlm i.ot:i d and j th--V.t. I. !!. Karter ;inl Mr- Kut m" Haker fiunn 3it d in :h.- d.niri-' ' roop.i. Mr?. Hairy .lYhn-on. 3-., of 1 San ns.. 1. atif. a forrior tiininlx-r of the ;iv-i,n,itii.n, wis pr-s.-nt ' i 1 Miss M-a N'e5ii. Klrvfp.th 5t.. Kivr l'ai ens to rneral ers of Hi" ' Thuri da ' niht Sever al S. , va- hoi' - . S. . i II e - t S V. eje ' VT spnt fr ,) out r f 1 h rüy. A i i 1 f I ; i fet li-r.f heon was .As th- !as? r.f a mini1"-! of pre Mipttal atfairs :in m honor d k il.s -!orenC- W-id. W ho uial -rtae t Milo toijo-i v. 1 ' 1 taise pia.- .oday. Mr. ami Mrs Alvin D ffin. r. I .", S St .ti -edi vi . . li'el H o J - i nii-il: i'.'ith a four-course dinm r I'rida J eniu at 7 o'. lo. I.. Cnwls were .aid for 1 J ;:ii-.t? .in :i t I I .i ! l ! lppo:iltd faille. Jh.- 1 'Ii! I pi"" e of . lilt ll Was lo!;.ed o' 1 1 1 . . p , - !or si !i!' oi w l'ov. a 'i.l . Iii' as arried on Mu- e : 1 1 - r. w e i ti,r.-!'iiS of 'he -io!r; The mi -of-tow n ::'.' ?t- : i-n- Mrs J. S Kh rt-. .f i...- ,i i i. -.i I.l : lrs. I!a moral Tut'or. of a ! 1 1 u I . a . La j 1 a n I 1 I . a I' I . W.I.I. ! M I., a;; Mailion. Wis. Mrs. ArHnr ".. T-, -) i oi di".. n t i a i n ' d f the h on i je. . i h- I 'll -t I'r. - I.'. ' ! i u N. .a i i . . : 1 1 h i.i i t men! ..r a t .d , lurcn a i N K h i n 1 1 ! I r i i i . i : i r u oo n Ill'llxlav Iii' so. ;et: Will do ' r i s s ( w 1 1 at 1 : ; . Y ! ( k in hhl ( il. I '" ! I o ', 1 1 : ;!) h.iiu'- - ; Mrv .lohn M ' "o 1 1 r -a ; 1 1 1 ii 1 .. r of i a . 1 . . i an! Mr til. a ! Mrs .1. -.ait ci i ' 1 1 a i ll i i V et'.' 1 lll-'.l üllH'Mt.l! se es h me is w -Mc t (d . e r: r.e th- social hour. Th a-ist-!t; i'.istc. - w . r . - .Mrs W. I. : - ,: Mrs W. A. I'.iiu'i , Mis. W. . KaJ.uour. Mr-. (;(.! ThMii. Mrs vv ; v - yy v 1 K . . -. v . - : -0 ' - . V. i f i : : y .. z.füy y .a-;4 ymyyyA y-y-, m Vr-Yv;.-?-v . f x-l -.r.-., ji.-yv-: -u. 3 yy-'- y-yy run n myymi y u ; - y, s-:-y ' I , i y , ; j i i i S Three new. Records to start your Fall Dances If r-.i;hT 'fncult tc k--p your fret t ill when you li'n tJ thr?r r,"u- di"cc ic.ord '(( Coo Fox "J'rot Who Did It? Unc-Sfrp K rh r''i'd ?y ieph C Smuh's Orchetra on cr.f Victor - .Mr-faced Record, 1?01 I vtrybodv Shimmies Now - Aleclc Fox Trot My Cairo love .ox Trot Ivtj'r piard i'V M' ti 1 no oo rne Victcr daab'e-t jced Reco-H lf)2. I'tY! Forever Blowing Bubbles Waltz PUvcu bv SeN in's ov elty Orchestra. Ycaminß Medley Fox Trot il !, i '.i ed by Ji aeo t y n-:pa L nt?r 3r f - lY vr.-r tn ir: :' l !! f a o r ' t : : in c n; f h New Victor Records for October George H. Wheeloek Cf Co. West Washington Ave. !; . I'r tiirw .md Mis. jeRoy (,'l.ni A Th inkui:ivinc thimble wi:1 be Xo. IM with Mrs W. K. Larn - ' W. Washington av. port, The I'r.mn.s Willard W. ' T. I J. I ' ti 1 v 1 Mrs W.-.-V; 1 ' .i c k it a xe hi' Tif'X e Devotional w re led hyrr,Tr. ThP, ho?i.s will bp Mrs. Miller. Mis. '.'. Kaiis- ; j.u,ir;v Fret?. Mrs. Mary Ifrees. tepo-t. during rm- lOP. ronvfn'.onj!..,,, an,, Mr- whbh was h!'l in Hloomiu ton. and ihi following superintendents wet" appointed' Mrs. NelP. I-.iman. A meria n ia t "ti ; Mr.. I. A. Al- l - right. anti-nan otic; Mrs. Kai", wono-n in industry: Mr? Henry' Marr II . . I . . : m .... n.i nili". li;oinei .s meet " , .o I i Mm nil J'irk'-r.s. flower mis-ion. and 't ne nni' of Mrs Minnie I' kitiv 1 M S .) in pson st. 'I he n;i fii s f t h lh-reai; Knie r l.'is; of th" '.ra :! II. rhuii h !t ivo ! :i Tartj l'rida m üiiii; at the lio.ne ' .f Mis K 1 k. Ill K. Tint .-l. J The h'.uy il . or.itiniis and refr(.-ji j 'lueiits (arried out a Halloe'n mo- out a Hallow ein mo-, i f M i V irginia llol.ept ave aj mimla r id hl.r:io: ollS re.'idnms an. Miss th-! Zii.iiinr. M i s Ii-rtli;i May 1 1 ildeh! a rid and Miss 'i:':ii!;i Kohrts san' a Halloween snni;. ;.lliiev .tin) .nt.tS W'fe 'tljoe(l 1- In jues?s Il-eetit. Th til!- Will l.e h. Id Nov. Jl. I II I pi o e will he a M'io.tf.i d la'er. Se.ti.-n two of th" ! 1 1 -i a t i it il- i'.i rt m nt of the f'iogro.s t 1 1 1 1 met I'ridiv afternoon at :'.:"') o' !o U in the iu'i rooms. Aller a hi let husi- li.t - s v. inti Mrs. Willljin I I.l I I ta - ad a paper ri ill I ev-lopnien t ' 11 f ) J Drama '; and Miss la : !: 1 Null read "The Stionuer' 1 SttindheiL,' whith w.i followed hy a Kene.-al di-cu.-sion of tiie ay. A : so. i.il hour fdlowed. The next liiei tit:-' ill he held ' t. il. was j hy ! Th. I'l ida I lie ndsh i p eluh entertained Kridav afternoon Mrs. Dallas M. Milhr. 407 V. .a- - til' a . A iiil-in?s ,iul social met i'm wa held and r ef t sh men l s w a .i to 1. in em her.-- Mrs K 11 f. 'ill 1'iiM.Ui' ,iv . wid he hot- -- a! a pn nn supfer for thf meni- I i is ..lid th il hush a mis Nov .-it. a i .1 udsoii. Mont I r la - 1 I.I h II. Mr- K .1 Mrs S I. Draus of No-i lud.. Mticiur.oj lhir .iauhtei J I W. lisalle i'.irn.-r. sou L. I urn r. t ..... .... ...... . I III riu..r' I Miss Helen M. to Kr-n-..f Mr. ami :: ' ; t a : t '. roe av. Personals Mr ml M:s. i. Snoko. ' : ; s 1 1 a . Lloomi n 1 II '! who is . i returneil fi m,i .top. Ind.. where th.e iiace tin;: incir daughter Ldith. ttending th- slate univer- M:-. and Mi? Harold S. Kellner of ImiII.i'hi. N. . aie the guests of Mr Keltner's paii-nts. Mr. and Mrs. A. H Kellner, v J T IVirk av. Miss ilh'.ai .th llniiil of Lape.r. Mich., ai-" the uiiet of Mis. Keltimr for the w e k end. X tK " --v , y, , ' V.J.-. . -a . V i nvth i tJrcMcJtra. - d Record. lftfOJ p'. - v thrm fo you or any Announcements The l.dieV auxiliary of the Or der of Rastern Star will hold a hu-II-.- aniJ social meeting Mondav afternoon in the Masonic c'nb , s. r ; . 1 I i Wrighlsti nan, Mrs. C. Dora Casvy. Hn-1 tiU i t ui. i. if -.it A card i.-riy i will be KJVn by the K. of O. Ladi I Social c'nt! at the Km; hi si of Co!- J tnht. ct ' ,"tUl i -J" " " " rr.c-moers oi me '' ' " ' " ,J " IIU l IK 11 . . . ii i'-i ti? iiih-ij iij aiieno. A nift-tiPT of the execute com- i.nlh.o i.f th.. St Incn i M.mi ' ( . T. I . will l.f he!rl Monday after noon ;it -:Ctj o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. c ÖB AT Y.W.C.A.i: S FORM EI ;:fWorld Fellowship Committee is Plan of Miss Bosworth of New Orleans. I j committee organized ; A world fellowsli imil.ir those heim: throughout the country, was . W. C. A. l-'ridav form night ed at the V hy Miss Mary Kosworth of New Or Ifaif, La., who is a i epresenlativt1 of the foreign detiartment of the na tional hoard of the Y. W. C. A. The t purpose of the committee is to keep association Kills in touch with the work h. in,r done hy the Y. W. i' A. in foreign countries. The local committee of 24 pills includes. Mis liernice (Kiel!, chair man. Miss Dorothy I 'ea t herstone. Keoia rluli; Miss Marie (Jraufrer and. Kcthany dcur, Line Triangle Le serve; Kthel Zeitler. U I '. H. O cluh; Lisa Weder and I'. Lehman K iiiit.isiiiiii departnient : Krma Dale, ; VU.ulrangle cluh: Lulu Curry Knsi- )f. Woman's Rihle class; Dorothy l Dorothy ; Mis. L. i Hull. Freda Wert and (iteene. ii'l lie. serves', and l Hardy and Mrs. John Mitchell of' seemed to me that not only he hut the hoard of directors. 'everyone in the house could hear it To Mrvt. The committee will hold its tirsti meet Mi g Monday night at .'. ::;0 . o'cio l . On Friday Miss i fternoon J worth spoke to the (lirl Keserves work of the associa - telling of tlu tion in China. Miss Hosworth lftwaS characteristic of his Saturday morning and will ro to! natural self. Llkhart. tlCMpn and where she will talk t Y. girls and college students. MADE GHMRNUU1 OF GOm L. Chandler of MishawakaMay Cancel p rcsent Rates and soiprtprf tn I part in ' Establish New List w. Americanizron. W. L. Chandler of Mishawaka u .1. wan cxiocii cimu uia:i u nie .-vm: i-i cunlzution committee of St. Joseph county, and F. L. Wolfe, local muni cipal recreation director, vice ehair- man. at a meeting held at the Cham- o"een otner points to apnroxi ber of Commerce Friday nlsht. The I mately 71' percent of present first organization is an outgrowth of war J n.-lli-ituw in I i nn.ter l, t 1 r onl i r, n . tX. Hit' national department of la bor. The meeting 1'riday niffht was the tirst one the local committee has held this season. Others Numeri. Judge Walter A. Funk. Mrs Karl Kinc; and Mrs. Carlotta C. Hanta were named members of the ex ecutive committee to sere with Mr. i handler and Mr Wolfe. Other committees named at the nu-ctim; were: Committee on sehoeis. W. W. Horden, chairman. D. W. Horton and K. H. Lonptield; committee on industries. H I.. t'J raves, clinirman, W. (. Havies and K. H. Crouse; ci-mmittee or, publicity. Mrs. O. A.i Carlisle, chairman, balance of com j mittce to he named later: committee on recreation and celebration. Mrs. ! Homer J. Miller, i of e ommittee to i V hairman ha lance he named later. 1 In addition J t he committee to routine busines adopted 10 slogan: Jwhieh are to he translated into for-. irn Lincnarpj mill iinsf.d f ) r . 1 1 1 h . I . . . . . . ...... v e i; the countv. ! Tinvr i'ikki. J St. Jose pit county received the tits; "llack frost" of the a Fri , dav ni-'lit acciudmg to onie of the ' fanners thai have- onie lti from the , arious parts of the county. WhiY the county has b.'f. ssit , d v ".lack" several tims l.f iice ! this ear the have heen what the j farmers term "water frov.s" and i caused very little damage- The or.lv j plants injured before Friday nipzht J ware tomato and potato plants. j TO SI'IWK ON lltlsll. ' "Tl.e R.ritih Lion and the H. t p i Ii Ijiiil"' or "Biblital and Histori-' cal R'isoti Why Krtn Should Have; the Rieht of S-If Determination." will be the fubjeot of the H.iilr.- x Van B. Shi.mak. i ; P. sr.u a! lb.- ;h- ioii s i x - io-a ;-r Sa mi. i IC La.. 11 e 1! . P r r. t . it 1 1 1" . o o ;c i. An oi cur. i .. . O I ..... . 1 . . . . . 1 I will a i; i u a ; i " u nut a aim con u r c ,i t ion sinsir.g. oid t im I hymns being "hown on the s. iecn. luilt be a feature of th service.-- 'There is no admisslem charge- Revelations of a Wife Their Second Honeymoon BY ADELI: GARRISON : 1 HOW DK KV ISATIIKK MVMI III- orsi.v ijiioKi: tiii: m:v Tit MA IM ill A Ihn füll mcaniiK of I'ou-in Agatha' words dawned upon inr. I sprang to rn fpet wir,h a wild idea f rushintr lo n,v ruother-in -l. w"s . . i . . r . I : 'iiiu'll alio ..lltiiii uui im ui?e,i ji , . .:. i .... : e IVWIHl MIM II, I llll.l I I'll ff I I 11 1 1 ' . . , h . ,,.,. . J from home. Then sanity returned to me, and I at down aain in my chair. "Hi mother will miss him sorely." "ousin Auatlia had siid. Th.at was teally no proof that Ihcky infant to have home SFie c.'uilv rn'lirht h:ivc j misunderstood the on a rsation to i which. I was sure, she had heen an i i ti nsn snected a i-sdro tper. 1 took a r'.nn Ttip upon myself 3. I iealized that there was nothinsr I ould do either to conlirni or to dis prove Cousin Agatha's malicious in ference. I mti?.t wait until Diokv rnoihor told me whatrver uhf ?e was to know. I nai Dick v was Id!' ingry at rm and 5 u.spicious of IIP J had re.nl in his face when he let! the dinner tahle so abruptly. He was in no mood lo listen to any lemaik.s of mine upon anv suhiect. The lights of the rooms inside were too hright for my mood. Better f.jr tl( fragrant shiHdinü darkness of the veranda. 1 took my chair close to liie screened side looking' toward the lake and sat down, draw a round my shoulders a wrap which Katie'j thouchtfulness had put near me earlier in the evening. Across the lake and through the" trees on the other side gleamed occasional Üfcht.s. thost in homes on the other side of the village. How lonp I sat there I do not know. Deep and hitter were the waters of memory thai rolled over my soul as I niirht. ouked O into the and lei a lied ot her fragrant eenings lik feature, hut this in ea-ry physical ldessd with m lius- hand's lovirikr companionship "I'll Hum Thrni In." Dicky's loved step on the eranda l rnuht me to my feet swiftly, mv hands clenched against mv heart It 1 heating. 'Where the devil are ou. Thu i..- ;...;....:.. :.. u:. Madge?" . ... u un v . tur- - II I MclllUM III IIIS I voice was a relief to me. There had Bos-Ihren a suhtle change in his mood Gone was the sinister coldness which had so terrified me. His impatience old. mole Anderson1 "Hight here." I answered cht er W. C. A. j fully. "What is it Dicky? Anything I ea n do for vou ?" I DEW PETIT! OP RAILROAD of Fares. Petition of the rhieavo. Ike ISiiote and South Hend Railway Oo. ! i Solth Shore) to cancel all commu tation fares, except those between Gary. IJust Chicago and Hammond, and to increase commutation fares '1J!' fares, was denied hy the In- d Ul U a pUllC Service lOIlinillOn, it I was learned here Saturday. The company, however, was au thorized to cancel all its piesent commutation fares and to establish in thMr place new commutation i fares between all points on its lines. , of times the tirst class fare for a j IC-ride ticket and limited to one I month. 1 Three Cents a Mile- l Th- commission granted the I South Shore authority r increase j its basic rates to three cents a mile i from two and three-fourths cents a j mile. The commission, however, de- nh-d the company's plea to charge an eieht-cent fare on its city lines The company was also denied au thority to charcre n excess fare of 10 cents to passengers who pay cash and board trains at stations which tickets are not on sale. at i :v st ni:nrLi:. duie h.s be.ii A new c neu Ute n.s ti"ti ar- ranurd by the Chicago. South Bend and Northern Indiana Railway Co.. j which is eftetie Sunday morning. I The v hange include the runs he ! two n Michigan City and South Bend. Nibs and St Joseph. ami South lend and Ho.-hen. Tiie cars formeriy leavit.s this i it v for Mich igan "ity at 11 o'clock in :lu even ing will leave at 1 : 1 o'clock. Those forir.'Vl due in front the west at 1J:1" o't loe k .-'t nilit wili arrit at ll :in o'clock The dailv :,-.:,( o'clock ! morning ar will not t .n on Sunday n.orning according to ih new 1 schedule. ! The 6 o'clock mornfg rar leav- j inc: for St. Joseph will continue i daily -xo.i Stimlay. The : o'clocr ! evening car will r;;n straigl.: thro.iuh S:. Joseph w hile thr- 11 o'clock ening ar will only go a far ; jle s N . b s. Tb- new t W O heojr Sel ice arrange men? . ! w " rt Xi Vs i nd , tner s; .Ios.m j. i i p' o . lui.ii' s- r i I oi i' rr- . -Th r I s I a for .iir; S". Jos ph al nih" ;th Be od will be a: ..II O l UK and th- las' one leaving Nile be at 11:-". rj'clock. Cars will to eSnshen it r. :r o'clock in will t ii r t he mornlnj; ;ry dav ceept Sundav. he rrturned ' hesitatingly. "Where re my socks ; and li:: ndkei ciiifs and collars .' I; (at.'t lind hut two or three of each. i i a nd I had dozens.' ! , - M i This was no new comprint oi Dickv s He's extrem- y hard upon! i Iiis clothing, and he will not toUr- late a mended sock un '?.? it 5,e anj intinil-sinial hole, indet'd. He tears, focks. collars and handkerchiefs in( lvo and throw s them on the floor j when he thinks they're too worn; for his fastidious taste, forgets to hay more, forgets thit he hasj thrown the old ones awav. and de-j niunils the missing ar'ieU's of me. . I .hlnk most wives all understand Hint in my relief from the f.ar of' Dicky's cold anper ''uno'iniiic myj work...,l fairly hugg'-d to my hreastj his ;rritaT7on conrer lir.g his cloth-1 intr. There have heen iini'.s wncn my voice would haw- reflected his tone. F'.ut not at this moment. hunt thrm up right away." 1 said. "Katie washed this morning, ami she said you had ioot stacks' of clothes." "She must nave a thr-'p weeks' ac cumulation, then." he growled. "1 haven't hd anything hrought hack from the wash in weeks, and my stocks naturally are running low." Ilawn't I lie SlinliH-st Idea." I knew this statement to he ab solutely false, for 1 myself put Dicky's clothing: hack in his hiffon nier after the pi.-ces have been laundered and mended. Hut it was. an exaggeration I'd heard many times, one which I usually resent hotly. "I'm M.rry. Dicky." I -aid. as meekly as any doormat wife might. "Hut I think i'll he aide to net them toia-t her for you right f:vay." "All riiiht." lie returned in a slightly mollified ton. "Wish you would for I've cot to park a suit case tonmui. j He stopped in a hesit ttink; sort of manner, and 1 felt my mouth voj suddenly dry. Hut I knew, suhtly. that he expected me to help him outj with an inquiry, so 1 forced my stiff; lips to say carelessly: "Are you oitip away"" "Why. yes." he returned. "Some thing's turned up concerning: this aviation serial I'm illustrating that makes it necessary for me to go to one of the ground schools for some of the scenes. Author has put in some extra chapters. It's a beastly nuisance, hut it can't le helped." "How long will you he uone?" He hesitated again, oddly. "Haven't the slightest id-a." he returned at al least." last. 'Several Weeks, DBA THS MHS. MAHY OSBOKN. Mrs. Mary Osborn. 1 years o,d. died Friday night at her residence. ;.o6 undsev st following: an iiiness of several months. She is survived I by four children, Mrs. May Doty of Unyion. O.. Mrs. Charles Kinney of Niw Mexico. T. X. Metcalf of .Jones horo. Ind.. and Charles F. Metcalf of this city. Mrs. Osborn was born in Grant county, Indiana, and has lived in this city most of her life. The funeral service will he held at the residence at 9 o'clock Monday morn ing. Burial will he at Westvill". Ind .MISS MYKTliH .IONICS. Miss Myrtle Jones. 17 years old. formerly of 1201 W. Dunham St.. died Friday at Healthwin hospital following an illness of pulmonary tuberculosis. She is survived by her father. Charles Jones, and a sister. Mrs. Minnie Henderson of this city, and two brothers. Dorcie K. and Gaylord O. Jones. Tooth of C.reer. castle. Ind. The funeral services will he held from the Ku!l chapel Monday. WILLIAM LOCKT.. William Locke. "1 yeats old. lormeriy of this city, died Saturday in Chicago following' a lonu illness of stomach trouble. The body was brought here for burial. He Is sur vived by one sister. Mrs. Mary Tras ter of South Hend. There were no funeral services here. Burial took place Friday morning at Biverview. i c met cry. WMMIK VISNIl-:VsKI. I v asimir n i?iuf?M. iu. died Fridav morning at his home, 11 W. Dunn st. Besides his wife Mrs. Mary Wisniewski. ne is sur- ied y six uaugnters anu iuiee sons. Mrs. Catherine Sobieka of Mil - wauke. Wis.. Mis. Frank Iichner- owiez of this city, Stella. Frances, Clara and Eleanor also of So Jth Ib tid. Tiie sons aie Andrew of New i York city and Valentine and Leon , of this ciiy. He i also sirvlved b j a brother. Maciev of Albany. N. Y.. ' and one sister. Mrs. Ros Lorkow s'ra of Pittsburg. P;h. Tne funerul seriee will he held Monday mnni ir.s at ! o'cIoYk at St. Hedwige'? church Re. Anthony Zuoowicz v ill officiate. P.arial will he in St. J ( ph's cemetery . FUNERALS H KIC4 II AHL ltl OR. 'i t... f aiei-.t .-riees of llarrvi 1 r: M Ivor. 4 ) 2 W Marion . wid; held at the residence Sa.tu rda V 1 i a t ; e i n ' i m a ' ' o'c i oc 1 . i . v. I . I . i D.iis and R v. J. .V. Hr-erf- v."ii! i th ;.,:. Buri.u wtU b" in Pi . T-! xi' c ii,. y. Phr: oraph ic ling's papers at "Whv. ves. thre is IP Today Today Only A two-thread Hose special for Regular 25c and values at 1 9c a pair Just Received, a new shipment of Men's Bath Robes, your opportunity to select from a clean, fresh stock at from $4.50 to $9.50. 1 1 -JJl'WJ PATRICK RYAN IS KILLED BY TRAIN . tiiii, Local Business Man Walks Directly in Front of Lake Shore Train. Patrick Ran. 00 years old. 7.M S Michigan M.. was fatally injured : nhortly bei'ore 7 o'clock Friday e- en in. when hit by a west bound New j York Ce ntral train at the intersec- j tion of Michigan st. and the Bake) Shore tracts. He was rushed t the! Kpworth rosp-tal in the indue am-J bulance where he died a few min- j Ut s later. j It is hdie' ed no nn a w th tiam; fctrike Mr. Kan. as il was not until after it had passed that a pedet rian notified .Jim Sheets, watchman, at the crossing, that a man had n ; hit and was unctmscious und-r tiiei lower. ! According t police who :nvsti- Kated. Sheets saw Ryan as he ap-j I -roached the track"- t.ut thought he j had time to piss hefore the train., runnimr ifteen minutes behind time, passed the crossing. On Wv to Home. Mr. Ryan, according1 to iu r-la-tivt-s. was on his way home to sup per when the fatal crash came. 11 1 was killer' less than half a block from his residence. His wife Mrs. Macyie Byari and daughter. Mary, did not Inar of the. death until an hour I ttel". They an ' the only suriwng relativ - uvmc m. i .-. . . . .. . . , Canada, where his daughter s.ud ' last nipsht his body would jo ol,a bly be tauen for burial . .m r. t;;ti hs wen iw.own in JSo' - .tn Bend and a resident m- i.!.i:v J ..ears. He was in buMiies for him-' j .jf as; :, maker and icpairer of j j0f , .s. haters and stacks Con mut Make- Rr'poit. ( "oi oner ir.ak" an body had M. Rüssel last rught Wagnr-r wr? l n e s ; i c a t i o n ; iee n i :n o . 1 morgu'. Hi was t h a r .X 1 1 . ca !.. d to after the to tue A s t a t e n i e n i Ran died frort: iniuries rreixed a f ler b;nv Shot :." a i i . ii- e a c t I 'accidentahy struck, by Jk ! p.is.--r. er train. nuniner t. rth.er, in .estiuation aj'.I b I today to drtermme a uo-re 'taus" of the accident. j "Internal injuries wet - the lrnme- i.i.t-.e cause of hi d'atii."' the (o;- ot; r said He .s'ait:-d i t u red skull. a l u ok-n i .... i fraf a :i i n I lat -e e Ill IMS .ell Side to oi'T.N iiori:. hr ? Will oi.sei ed at W t". A. S il.-i i x a f!. n-.oi. : I. a to T o t ; ,. . . s j 1 J.e n ld a! i : ." 're . i;-i 1 'pelt tf.e Y. Horn 1 . ' e k i 1 , MS Kll7.)le ii.- pitcran .' I h m ".sa-. will I'ohou. 'i"t; i n :i 1 :mi 1 and M.--Ter and a Lis: Sa i. 1 o . 1 r f a fe m r S m M M We arc offering four different make. of Shirts al a most rematk nble low price. They will all be displayed on tabies. makinc it easy and giving you choice of a hundred or more patterns. The materials are A-1 and include the "Incomparable" Shirt. 1 cotton today. 35c i les Also a new that cannot be For today we $1.00 each. Underwear Newer designs in Knit Silk Neck wear from $1.00 to $2.50. Again we want to remind you of the savings we offer you on your winter supply of heavier L nderwear. "TfilZ SfllGMTCSr iSHiT AV TOW Aeoliari-Vocalion, the Phonograph for every home. Music Salon. "EXPECT RUSH OF LATE TAX PAYERS:; -County Auditor Advises ;'Go : Ldn ana AV0,a nusn ! Policy. Countv Auditor Wolf vn? indu-a-tions point to a rush of flin quent tax payers that wii! ne.uix- equal that f the Christina shvX'i,(,si Tile auditor's office has Ii.'t.l er. I''vi so far that hav- paid th ir 1ax and time is linut-d to the fa.-, Momia in 'o . em t). r, that n'ing j yov ; , nrx :j this ar. Mr. Woit thinks ar' all conlernpla t int: waiting until the last day and then expect c HARLES COMPANY 114 South Michigan Streel Blanket Savings fatroiH 1 a in i 1 i.i i v-th ;! lY'dulilul anJ ampl 1 1 .-. I lU. i -veil ;p tile cluiip'.'St Icjd. Th. - 1. i r. el ...nie in p ,,i . n i i It w iii t . v on, fo: t rs ' a f ore and II e.i vy W ! h ot blankets and Cuitnn hl.inket. dTxSo, at 110:1 Blanket.-. 'S!h. :it Woolnap Blankets, 64x76, at Woclnap Blankets, 66x80, at Swansdovwn Blankets, 66x80, Swansdown Blankets, 72x80, Swansdown Blankets, 74x80, Wool Blankets, 68x80, at Wearwell s.isutar; x .1 r i w '' y.j SI yy $s - i, ' 4 V 7 '4k 4 ?: shipment of 1 ie. duplicated at $1.50. offer this bi lot at to Tin! eeryne ; tias ;niu?cs a "an -a!l' and p lid. 1 old ' ti r 1 : s h " policy. Break Record", r deeds hi ;oiu thro.iicli the auditor's offi. e t ha ear. bteaking all former ret orris. Of this number H.oOa have ben tiom th- city of South Rend and th remainder ftom the ' of the cou nt A od i' or u df sa s th ne i.w )ah placed ei" county auditor in th sate far '-'hind in th'-i'- rk Fefot- they We e able to be Well Up on their work by the latter part of Septenit'er tWt I ' r a U The ta le-i'r-s must be ..i'd up"!i by th sf.it" tax ' run mSv;oi, e r a iU;,v has n experienced a nd he think ihrif will hf a inr" amount of un finished :i r. w oi k 1 - t h .t -t f h Patronize the advertiser hf h there to serve you. rK,rin.i: nH-it Hldt L'b SAX I "U':.i ;.:i i' at u liicii reli.iMj q;:ilil; ate I I y Pia r o '.I ?" ti rne.j. T'e rdai It". $2.50 $2.75 $4.75 $5.95 at $3.95 . $4.95 $6 95 .$9.50 at at . . Comforters (Jor.iturtjrs 1 At'xw ir: v')lor-. si.'j 72 . $2.95 aiileJ yotton Iwli. .IHd l:b: 0 IP' Hi 11T fit?' rT1 1 ; 1 1 u 1 u 1. i II. 7 : 7 ' al .... .H $2.75; (ruij i.ja . vju.inr. oivj oi tij; --vitij mi'.iir;. wtti:i .tibi -iUolme c"Vwri;:c. Spjji:l at $4.49. $4.75, $5.00, $5.95 r-nd S6.50.