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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
Morning Evening Sunday.
THE news-tiv.es PRINTING CO.
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JUilN IIL.NUY Z17VER. Edltor. j
Member United Press Association. !
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rtrJited In tali i .-. iir.ri a;0 ti e ioal nen publiih4 .
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officii. ::o w. tv.fu at.
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itrr." of t-Ti ;3 or -prta.-Lt Hir.t-..
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Prtiant ; Mmi, .;tr alitor; Mala 2VJ, ioelcty edltor
liala 1'1;J, ttrvulation dT&rti'-ent.
Call at h oSlo or tlep' ore sbOT rurnNcrf and nok for
C(,.art.:). :.t wjtll-L i.p rUi. AJtertu:.;:. Circulation or
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c;i to busln'i. tad fiKutlon, poor delivery of paj"r. tad
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rpvimw frr- from fraudulent mlrepr .nttlon Any pirion
a1rflt4 tbroi;c. pr,trori;iTA ,,f inv ;i vTtornnt 'n tbif
taper will (onfer a furor oa te mtnuf ?m.;ut bj rtöorttai- t-l
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OCTOBER 21. 19!';.
Necessities versus luxuries.
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FLYING 'ET IN INFANCY.
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HOl A f.iir t.'l of !',r i. ', il ,i,0 of III M l Mpia N. d--
Campaign Fruit Proving Scarce.
WHETHER from scn.tte retaliation for the house's disposition to criticise
that "upper" body tor its indecision, and lack of dispatch in disposing
of its work, or whether from lack of satisfactory results. leaders of
the majority, both in the senate and out. including the republican national
chairman, have permitted the word to reach house republicans that about all
the time has been wasted on "investigations into the conduct of the war"
that seems at all sensible.
Something has slipped a co somewhere. The word is that "probe"
committees are tcr devote their time to other forms of inquiry if any at all are
made.
The war conduct question has been found to produce no fruit for the
next presidential campaign.
About the only thin it has produced has been an opportunity for the
republicans to fight among themselves.
Within a short time, the elaborate preparations to startle the nation con
cerning the expenditures of money during the war will be at an end. The ex
pensive press agent and the expensive organization which the republicans
had prepared for the purposes of crying to the four winds about these extrav
agances will be forgotten as quickly as possible.
The facts are that every "investigation" made has produced only evidence
which was open to debate on every side. In the very beginning, even some
of the republicans urged that the "investigations" be not made as they feared
it would be shown as it was shown that through the very expenditures of
money, the war was hastened to a conclusion and thousands of lives of
Arn encan boys were saved.
Certain of the "investigators" then found themselves contending in effect
at least, that money sshould have been spared even though saving a dollar
would have cost a life.
IL
AI-Tfy dodging this danger for a few months, the "investigators" plunged
into their work. Their press agent struck ofT masses of "copy," their
members indulged in great predictions of what would be found. To support
these promises and prophecies, the republicans heard many accusations but
never the replies of those accused.
To summarize some of these reports: It was alleged by republican lead
ers that John D. Ryan had a special railroad built for his private organization
while lie was in control of aircraft production and immediately it was shown
that the railroad spur was a necessity as a means of having airplanes built for
the boys at the front, and that it was projected long before Ryan was called
upon to sacrifice his time in the government service.
It was chtrged that airplanes were sold at a great loss to private companies
but immeditcly it was shown the planes sold were in an inferior condition
through wear, and that no financial loss was sustained.
It was charged that war materials were sold to the French government at
a great sacrifice and then it was found that instead the United States war
department had driven a wonderful bargain with the French and had saved
hundreds of thousands of dollars.
It was charged foodstuffs were withheld from the public, but it was found
the foodstuffs were withheld just long enough to insure that the boys at the
front would not go hungry, and then were sold.
It was charged that Bernard Baruch had not accounted for funds given to
war boards and then it was found that He had accounted for all public funds
but had not taken credit for an expenditure of some $80,000 of his own
money in behalf of the government in addition to his services.
Every argument adduced by the "knockers" was answered.
Finally Rep. Graham of Illinois, in a last endeavor to bolster up his case,
offered a long speech in the house and it attracted just sufficient interest among
his colleagues to fill a few rows of seats. And the speech itself refuted almost
everything he had hoped to prove.
III.
YHEN this record was laid before the men higher up in the party, tH
V order went out to forget war conduct questions as a future political issu
and to dig for something else.
Rep. Bland and his campaign manager who went to Europe at the govern
ment's expense evidently Had theiij excursion and junket just in time. If tHey
had waited a few weeks longer, there would have been no trip. Other mem
bers of tHc committee wHo journeyed into tHe far west and enjoyed the
scenery while they "investigated" and were denounced even by republican
newspapers, evidently Had little their trip in time.
The junkets are at an end unless some other reason for them than investi
gation into war finances can be found. Rep, Bland will not Have much more
to say about war extravagances.
More Truth
Than Poetry
By James J. Montague
Tin: .movii: niiu.
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Poor Si. not meaning any harm ;
Sells hay he hasn't pot: J
The sheriff com- to tak the farm
Which saddens him a lot.
ldut look! tho littlo movie hild I
By nne. sweet tearful plance '
The stern faced sheriff has beguiled
To pi e her pa a chance.
The sheriff smiles and rlris away
Pop poes to town that niht.
And banks the money for the hay,!
And everything, s all right.
II.
The villain, with a black moustache
Whose speech is one Ion? curst' j
Persuades dear sister, fondly rash,
To swipe her mothers purse.
! Hut ah! the movie child comes in
And Mys in accents sad:
"Oh sister, stealing is a sin
And mother would be mad."
And then dear sister ses a liht
And tries in bitter tones:
"To steal that purse would not be
ripht
I scorn you. Ksbert Jones."
III.
They lash the hero to the track
And when the seven-rive
Shall pass the spot In coming back,
He will not be alive.
Uut see! the movie child is here:
She nimbly cuts the ropes
And for a promising career
The hero once more hops!
The fiend who tied, him to tho rail
(Despite his evil sneers!
Is- subsequently sent to jail
For sixteen bitter years.
KNVOI.
I'vo never seen a movie child
Hxceptin on the screen
Hut I'm completely reconciled.
If von know what I mean!
lORGE wyman
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Com and iee U--
Free Classes in Knitting and Crocheting
Every Friday at 2 to 5 P. M. 3rd Floor.
Ci-aft Oiml, Tlioso Ilohenolleins.
In order to Ket a better sab for
his new book the former German
crown prince has pot the (ierman
Kovernment to suppress it.
The Kou4l to Taine.
The only way for a king: to ain
distinction nowadays is for him to
announce that he is not Roitm; to the
United States.
Nothing to Worry Alxmt.
Most of the striking steel workers
needed a few days to clip coupons
! and take their cars to the parage for
an overhauling, anyway.
(Copyright. 11)19.)
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issue
New Wool Jersey
Dresses -$29.75
$35 and $45
The Season's most favored dress material in
Navy, Copen, Browns, Taupes, Reindeer and
Beaver Shades, in straight line models and over
skirt efl'ects, the styles so becoming and over
dressed Misses and Women. These styles also
favored by women who wear stylish stout sizes. We
make special elfort to tit stylish stouts, sizes to 50
inch bust measure.
Special showing at $29.75, 535.00 and $45.00.
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A darkey one day bought a horse,
which he afterward found would not
go. He took it to a veterinary
surtreon. who injected mornhino in
to the animal. The horse bolted.4
down the street, while the astonish
ed iH-Ri'o turned to the surpreon and
asknl what the charge was.
"Ten cents," said he
'Then" said the darkey. "I want
you to put 30 cents' worth of that
stuff In my arm."
"Why?" asked the surgeon.
" 'Cause." said the darkey, 'Ts?
got to ketch dat hoss."
Special Offering of
New Exclusive Skirts
$15.00, $19.75 and $25.00
The Smartness ot the stvles and the lustrous
beauty of the fabrics will make an instant appeal in
fashionable women. Satins, Charmeuse, Silk Vel
vets, Tricolettes, Fan Ta Si, Georgettes and Crepe
de Chines, in beautiful draped, pleated or accord ian
pleated, or the new full tlare models. All are
assembled here at popular prices Si.no, sn.75
and S25.00.
A Growing Rug and Drapery Department for a Groicing City !
ArvT'v:
:4 l:v:P
spit" the labot ti" f r.uua r Is lak n by the war de
1'irtT i"iit. The " h il ira ' ion of contest leads men to
t ik" ii itw t ri .1 il ( haue with lh-mselves and
th' ir in. it hin .-. It is prohal'b" that some of th
dci ihs ;-.nd wrecks of the- en ist-to-coast effort would
.' o i" oi eni ted in ordinary tlyiiiT. where there
w.i - m'l ir,""'iti" to spur pilots to ni.ixirpum effort
.im! rik.
Tliu. while :h" r.,( cannot he sain to have dctn
on.vTi;.t d that til" ;i"i''l;ili" i;.is ni.if'e its place for
i d : i-.i iv t otn ii o lei i ! put suits and pleasure uses, it
oKi v is" tiny not b- said that it has proved it-- un
j 1 1 1 . What h is l' en lii rnoiiM l a t'-if is chbdly what
ii !: "ii known befot t that. th- .i'e 1" flying is in
The Tower of Babel
BY BILL ARMSTRONG
I the lit if f'it lire.
! this ii.ppi:m:i to nit. ki:i:-
j (JAN.
j A customer entered the drug
j store. He handed the dapper clerk
! a paper containing some sort of
white powder and said:
"What do you think this is?
Tast it. please, and tell me your
opinion."
Th clerk in question smiled,
then, poiirincr some into the palm of
hN hand, he touched it to his
tonsrue. and said:
"I should say it is soda."
"That's just win: I say." was the
customer's reply, "hut mv wife in-
,. r.'U" newspaper copy, after tlw listed it was rat poison "
Tie ad i mure of a national weekly in photo
t.iph.nc typewritten iqi sir-:u"tN that t hisirociss.
a ppl ; ii to t ll
' .Je - k" ui '.s thri".i'4h with it. would produce a re
- i',t that for Visibility would clos-dy rnal ihe loot
nils of our p. t hen.
N 1 1 a r.t 1 1 '. ri'i'iili cobhb r.-
it up and tak to
tue on onniii; to th- iews item that shoe price's
will b- uiri to decline next April. For it's w inter th at
tris men's s - b s as well as Jb.eii :-ouls.
I'm!" S'.r.iV shaia- the la-ccipts in the world
ri"S i- s.iid to bo more than ST ',')'"1". Ar.d he didn't
mal "cn a s'-ratch siu-1"!
Tin: IHIDO's companions.
The dodo has as his companions:
Th" ",ncer who put sand in his
The butcher who weighed his
i hand with each st ak.
Thv dry goods man who was a
:rd-tiek juusb-r and could sell you
:;-i-ir.h ards whil; you were look
ing at him.
Th" hmnoiist who -i-d to et
paid for v.;itir,' nboni those things.
Now. isn't !t . liquid thai mi can't bay i'ti;i:n 1
s .sir for " ,i i offee or your annim;. but o;i can '
: a.v all tr. - v.ii.iiy you wan'? i
Wli.-.t's .).. cot of livir.s o'Uii'.iro! with ti'ie i o.-:
cf t'i.i i:i: .' lk.-' ball far.-- paid $ T J '.' to s-c
th.o-e i !i ti' I'ioi ship -i.traep.
1 Wh
p. pi:i:kins Y
i
li" .a- i. o;
! -e m t o ma k"
or 4 0u youn? men to enable me to
talk to them for a few minutes on a
very vital proposition called life in
surance." Dr- .1. YV. Hill "Santa please
comp 11 The Tower of Ca bei to
leave me alone."
Alex Arch "Permit me to con
ceal my identity so that the news
paper reporters can't bother me any
further."
John Zuvor "Make the barbers
stop bothering me."
Frank Thorpe "Force the news
papers to use all my pu-licity."
The Tower (himself) "Please
Mr. Santa, send me 10 tons of hard
coal."
AM) THIS IS WHAT MIGHT Hi:
CAMjrn Ml'MClPAb C.VXDOK.
WAUKEGAX. III.. Oct. 17.
WaukAan has adopted a unl
iue method of letting the world
know of her patriotism. Deputy
sheriffs have posted signs on
street corners here reading:
'This is an American town.
Don't criticize our pr-sident,
our allies or our covrrnment.
"If you don't lik our coun
try co back to your own coun
try. "If you have no country, co
to heil."
' '.it .ben to Hunt Flu I i m" In .oilisi-".
S'ii'.ir.U". i art it. th i: such an urtdesirab!" should
v . . t e
o . i 1 1 1 so
:-ht
i thin " t .
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Patronize the advertiser ho
b there to serve jom
fell
1 i ik
When Von Think of Music You Think of ELBEL BROS.
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n aitsiar concert
unaev
in your own home
your own management
You choose the artists you want to hear. You select the numbers you
want them to sing and play. You arrange the program to suit yourself.
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