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NEWS OF MISHAWAKA News-Times Office 120 Lincoln Way W. Phone Mishawaka JO OPPORTUNITY FOR GREATER THINGS Dr. Burnett Makes Reference' in Sermon to Work ot the Red Cross. i Dr. .T. A. tturmdt. p-s'or of th. I'irft Prehyt Ti-ii ?ivi: l:, rnrh d to a large i-j:u:rf :io:i Sunday morning from th tt. John 14:12. "Vrrlly, verily. I r ay 'into you. he that bf-liovrth on M. th; A'or'Kr: that I do shall h- do also; and greater wr.rUi than th-se s'o all he do; be aijyn I cd oM the Father." In th" soitm 'f a highly in'ercst in; discourse Ir Harnett ..id: ",Ti-?us did no rnft into the vori1 to perfect a sy.r.r-r.i of faith, but to Jay foundation upon which, faith might bur...; to r.(xv the seed cut of which should spring and de velop a perfected life; to give the principles which man mlht apply in hi progress toward t ho ideal whl'h he had given In li I.s own lifo "Iff opened vast possibilities for Ills children and thus ministered to rather than circumscribed the re ligious ldcn: He pointed out the path of achievement and passr 1 over to His disciples the tasks of the kingdom. "In doing this He did not cease II- own activity. Part of Ills-work was done on Culvary. The finishing of His earthly enrfr opened hn future with Its continue. service, and the work hr He committed to his follower. v.'.th the promise of ran RKNT Ijsirise basement for storage or othfr purposes. Hih ceiling. Would make excellent work h."l. 21 N'. Main. Phone Mish.a- v.aka 125 4. I'tl. ;;c 2 OH SAIK Choice furniture and rugj. Inquire 'jZS Lincoln way K. 2tlJ Oit SALH Carcassin walnut piano' ractically nw. Heasonable. Ad-: Ire.s lex R. Xfws-Timw. L't-.! FOli SAI.i; Large Peninsular soft coal heatir.g stve, nearly new.. ("all at Milbum hotel Sunday or eve rings after si o'clock. 2lZ HOY WANT HD Postal Telegraph Ih.tel Mishawaka- 2Vl 1U RKNT Nicely furnished housekeeping rooms. Centrally Ioc.it d. Ground floor. Piivate en-ir.:u-c. Adult j only Call plpuio Mi. L'tl SALT: Oa'.ch'ind roadster elec-j ti 'al!y cfjuipped. Cond tires with j . ra. Price $5 50. Call Mish.'.waka J 1 - ' ". ;.fter p. m. L't': 1 .' 'ST- Frb! ay e nmg. bunch of 1 le;.s in i)Uimss ilistrict. Finder! ir.ii a to J. II. Mt-ttleton, T 1 J Liiza- I i ;ii st. ltl i '!: SALE! o l stove in good . condition. Phone JaM;eld 3-1'-.. , ltl : l' .;'NP-Sna!l child's plush shoe,1 t'wnr';' can hac .mhh' by pa ing f ' adv. rtSoi-.'.'-nt and callir. at j 'j Ncus-Tino s. ltl! J.' 'ST Lady's small purse, hrown ! ; UK' .t-r. Conta inir.g about 2 in' c'y i;t"' two trunk keys. l'inder 1 . ; . . . n ''.il.wal.a 71". Reward. j ltl j I ' 'It SALI! Modern s?.en roon. 1 house en Indi'iv.a a c. Pi -ice ! $ Ml"'. St :t k Realty Co. lt.". j - - j 1 !i SALI! New bve room bun-, gi low. Modern in every respect. : '.;. $5 3 Stalk Realty Co. U5 ! F(K SALI! M:ed pallets. Apri' hatch. Call Saturdays. Ill' W. hvw st. -it;: lo: SALH Two pool tables at l-aruain if taken at oner. II: N' ;.'..-. in st- j'Ott SALI! Pure home-made cam; syrup 1:1 h i'f gallon mason j.irs. 2 fr gallon. W.rted hu.ih.ud s. piash avtraire wt ich. 11 lbs . l'5c. Pie pumpkins. 10.- . i.-h. M. i'.. Bar tun. 115 ?. C ::t-r Mis.'i.. ak 1. " W'AN'TKP-i'.irl of 1 or over. F-k-er-nced pref rr d. To virk in ;:roi-ry btore on Saturdays 1 -liu artz. UT L. Misliawaka av. Z Mf l.ULF.'V BONI'S You will to surprised a: üi.7eren?e la pr:c? oMtred for gcvernment bonds. We eal exclusively in all issues and a. -..re you of the P.ish. t price. V uy a 1-. Vork n::'.r'Ket with all tarred and .-.crut-J '.atcrst '.o oate. Convince yourseli by getting cur price. Camp Thome Co., 1C3 N. Main St., phor.o Main ICSI. Urs. 0 to 5;C0. Saturday evenings. -247-tf LIBLP.TV BOrCDS We pay up to $3. SO cash for bonds; accrued n-ter-st -'.lowed. Var tran.a boushL C. U Guthrie. ZZ J. M. S. Bldg. m.Zü a. rn. to 5 p. m. 745C:i I'oil SALi: flood six room house, S. Spr.ntr t.. J 1 . 7 3 KUO ash. l;a uro' terms. Achiiic Colp i trt. ih.mu MibhawdJo HW. 2t-J TITT A MAT A 7 A Ills presence and the inspiration greater thin-'s to bo d"r.v "Jess's rt III livf-j rif the presid ing genius of all our activities, and we must r.' ver Jrsa out of our thinking, or feeling, or believing, th living Chri.-d. "He link? our service to Himself by making it conditional upon m:r '. Ith in Him. All our work is His beciuse nur energies are, quickened by Him. "What did Chrl'f rr?. v. hen U: said we shall do gret--.-- works ihm He did? TV. ir-".rr ms.: he mora! bcf , use th lo v.-e-f. ferr-i i,( xr.irnrit. i- that .vhich fouch'-s th- r liysle.-.l. Christ's m'"r-lM we;-.j vceisional, and the.- w re r.ot permanent. Those that vr healed yvere not made immune, from future disease: and those vh-, were raised from the dead must be given hack to death again. "It was to the deeper thincrs of His life l.r J'-.-.u.s made iferom-e. The discjpP - . er" to i'oiv ITLs teaching t( tr." nc'-dj tions of 'vre.".:. 11f t -:ondi- .ertr ire try irrealer m ?- r-. .-.; t y ? :; n c-.rlt-cr the sick an 1 ir.iT the h-' vt in, ill' 1 ' ; -f men. rc - ''!.'h!r.s tr.:t! ! '..-:" jf a ess t ti u mln- neody Htry of ths. and 1 -' "It $ rre-! r 'o!i:.r h' ;:: ;n's imr.ort.ti nature '. -! ! upon eternal life. (.ti at task. lr.vo!v:npr a -r.r .blMty and luddin pe-r;o:-. which God has siven I!cd Cros Appeal. .rc interested todav In the "V.'e appeal of the Hed Cross for our Jpport and encouragement, and this appeal Mlustrates the thought f the t.xt as it is the challenge to our o)iortunity for doinjc greater thin. "We may reached out our hands across the and make the war devastated districts of Kurope to bl.-s.'in ntrain; we may bring com fort to the stricken and suffering and bring new hope to lives that have lost the light of life "t home we may conserve the in terests of human life in chill wel fare work, in stamping out disease, in establishing sanitary conditions where ignorance h is done its worst, and thus increase both personal and national efficiency. "We may bring to the foreigners in our midst, through the educa tional advantages afforded, the true spirit of our national life, the mean ing of our institutions and the obli gations of citie.uship in ou repub lic. "We mav help our own people in times of disaster relieving the con ditions of thos.- who suffer speeial calamities. This is prirt of the peace progr.un of the Ited Cross, and by. putting' oursHvos into it wo .ir'- helping ti realize the promiso of the text." IXSTTITTIS II 11 iit!:'s SFitvirs:. A tl1"" fe it'; ,. n C'Ome t i 0 1 1 V. 1th the Su'.'b'V r rvii-os .it tli First PreC;-.yt . i j 1 n f he. 'a h ; itistitufed -esterd.iy in the nature of a hil lr n' ; ''''v.i'Mi, the first subject brie,'- "H:.!lou- n." Ir. üiTr-tts few oiinot's" discourse to tb.e yr.ung f ll.s was mo-- entertaining. Net Sunday ho will stiik t them on "' :t'f," o.V'Mg to the c!0S" ap- prco-h "t "Ariv. i.-t ic Iax." The hiblr-'ii rvill ;is1m1 t l-ring fh)v.. r. to tlii ; crvice and they".- will ! t ik"') to the lion:tal l-;. a cfm-!Mift'-e fr"U) 'he i-hurch, where they will he distrp'utrd among the pa t b-o. TTi:TPV KMlillTs OP CO -! I.PMÜl S. !oeo!.il t.tect'ug Council No. 17. Mondav evening. Xu '. in K. of C.l h.ome. Natute uf ' ui'ieys to he transacted reiiwir full attendance.! Wm. F. Koii;en. C K. : Martin O. ' Friedman, recorder. Advt 212. ' SHANTV (; 1)1 rrvr;:i nv spi-:ats. The north idc "Shanty Gang" in door team was defeated Sunday aft crnoon by the Joe Smoke Shop Spe ials on the north side diamond h.V .1 sort- of " to 2. Joseph Oppelt. who twirled for the Specials, was in incib'. allowing but three hits whi'e the Sjecials connected for seven safeties. Thursday evetdng the Specials uill me,t the "I'iweks" of South '.'cud. in the V. M. C. A. g'mnasium. plkasi: taki: Noncn. By order of thr State Board of Accounts, a penalty of 10 per cent must be added to all Gtreet Assess n:ent. due and not paid on or before; M or. day, Nov. 3. My theo will close at 12 o'clock Saturd y. for the balance of the day. but will be open for the payment of Street Assessments Friday night. vt. ol, ami Monday night, Nov. 3, trom 7 to S o'clock. W. I KIMBALL. City Treasurer. Advt. 2 7 1 7 "I.I1TI.I: WOMI'A" AT TF.MPLF- ;r half a century, the little v 1'i.ifii Mg. J". Beth and Amy mit -u cd vliaracters in American '..'n:.tuiT, have exercised their .rt: 1: 1 1 1 mlliions of readers. Vh v. orb! -famed story. "Littb-Xv'i-f'.en." written by Louisa M. Al-w'-:t in 15 is. lias at length found Its v.- to :h sorcr.. a superb Para i '.v:;-t-Arf special picture, whvh is to f. ;.turo at the Temple tk atro t.day. !( :i:st- catholic onnj 11 or roi 1. ..- r To-.ine - r- it - .... . , . ' 4 V . M s . ..... J t n:. Secret work. Drill ar 1 .uchr"' I'.irty. Joseph I. Fctt?rs, C. K. Advt. v :t:. Notre name's Varsity Glee club bers Sme j-r.appy program. Tues day eenmg. Nov. 2Z. Advt.-lt7 A ea.-e of enlarged pictures :amo in S.ir.rday, at Ostrandcr's TOBACCOWISTfJ BEAT ; GOSHEN shamrocks; Mat ir. 1 Forst- fco:.H jpuad dcfeitci the r. ,-'h am rocks Sunday after at C, ?hn. by a score of 15 The local lads showed fine So-sh r. n to 2. form. Ray Martins, ripht halfback, and Tred Maes, rip-ht end, mad? the two touchdowns. The former made an v"-yard run' for a down and the latter 60 yards. Tb M:shav.ul:. t an linos up as fo'Iowss: Halfback, rred TCelund; left end. D. .V'.'ilnd; b.:t tackle. James Oarrison; haif t ack. Itjy Martins; cn -rhack. Jn Martin?; eer ier. I'cte '. ov.e.is; riht tackle. Pete Vr.li Dre?5e; I-jft ,'uard, Van Ooteu'ham: riht uard. Charlea m;h; r:rrht end, F .Maes; fullback, A. DeCock. Substitutions O. Xelund for Van Irresse, Claeys for Van Ootegham, and Coryn for Smith. Mishawa!;' biggest musical treat University of Notre Dame Glee club concert, Tuesday evening. Nov. 2 5. Advt.-lt7 niCYnJST HIT I1Y AUTO. A son of Camiel Neulaernd was slightly injured Sunday afternoon while ridinpr a bicycle on Kihth strevt. He was hit by an electric coupe driven by Mrs. MInne Iioner, at th" corner of KIghth and Main sts- The hoy was taken to the hos pital, where he received medical at tention. Xo bones were broken, a bruised side being the only In Jury. Edgewater Floral pi. for funeral work, phone 13 or 751. 30t3 Adv. THRILLING I1LM AT Olive Thomas, the LINCOLN. beautiful screen star, in "Up Stairs and Down," a society drama, is the fea ture at the Lincoln theatre today It is an exce'lent picture full of thrills and adv.mtures. Tuesday, Mabel Norman! will be seen In the superb feature. "Upstairs." RLMiiMnint Tin: gpkmxg. Hvcrything is all ready for the opening of the St. Monica's bazar next Monday evening, Nov. 3, to Saturday, Nov. S. To be held at their hall, 110 W. Mishawaka av. A cordial invitation is extended to ev erybody. Adv. 2 9 tü ATTKNT) CX)NSLCILVTION. A large number of the members of St. Paul's L'plscopal church at t i.d d the consecration services of St. ,!anies church. South Rend, on Sunday, in-which the local rector, Rev. L. O. Rogers, participated. Ntre Ianie (ilee club concert l.r.''s best musical event. Tuesday cening, Nov. Advt.-lt7 GI7TS PUMPKIN PRIZi:. Frc-1 Kale has been adjudged the first prize winner in the pumpkin contest featured in connection with the Halloween celebration In Misha waka. Rigger, Retter, Brimful of smash ing hits Notre Dame Glee club con cert, Tuesday evening, Nov. 25. Advt.-lt7 If it is so you can't go, send your picture made at Ostrandcr'.s. Adv. Stl rr. Tom Dugdale, 115 1-2 Lincoln Y.'nv Kast. Phone 17. Advt.-tf. PRUSSIAN DIVORCES - INCREASE SINCE WAR HER LIN. Nov. 1. Divorces in Prussia have Increased notably since the war, according to statistics is sued by the authorities. Only those who apply to experienced attorneys ami press for alimony and da"magcs, ever collect, because financial com pensation is not taken up at the dl orce trial, and relatively few pur sue the matter after the decree has been granted. likewise the alimony is subject to taxation. OPTICAL SPECIALIST. Fyes examined thoroughly, glasses carefully fitted. Dr. Paul, optometrist .2 Farmers Trust bldg. Advt. drink : : ; lt' 1. ry-,r"-:-:-:-Tr; THtfiMJPPV LIME DRINK Ant : .x-syz. lvt VTj?.-.' rr t J f f t . . ft 1 Lois IJolton. who will anln Ik scimi ntcr, Wtxlnotlay, Nov. 5. BUDAPEST MONET ran Denomination of Currency is Told by Color Few Newspapers. BERLIN, Oct. .10. "Hardly has the train, reached the Fast station than one notices that Budapest is an occupied city," writes the agoblatt'? special Budepest correspondent. "The chief station is a Ruanian of ficer, the station guard is composed of Rumanian soldiers, the arriving passengers are reiuested with friendly blows from clubs to stand in a long lhie and give the com manding Rumanian ifficer the travel pass.- "Thj baggage is minutely Reached and it is more than an hour before It Is possible to leave the ptation. It is almost impossible to get a cab. and if one does find one, the coach man immediately asks if ono has "blue money," the old Austro-Hun-garian bills in contradistinction to the "white" money of the soviet regime. "If one has the blue money the ride throughout tho entire city be gins, for lodging in a hotel is al most impossible to find, since near ly all are taken over by the entente missions and the Rumanian officers. It frequently happens that strangers, spend days without np bacc to sleep in Budepest. Streets Fnipty at Night. "Everywhere there are Rumanian patrols. Including cavalry with lances and the Rumanian flag. The streets at night are absolutely emp ty, since no one without a special pass may be abroad after 11 o'clock. Only Rumanian soldiers are to be ?een and with Hungarian troopers may be hunting an occasional Bol shevik- "In the dav time automobiles tear a! through the streets carrying Eng lish. American. Italian and Ruman ian officers. From the official build ings float the blue-yellow-red Ru manian flags. In front of the hotels where the officers live stand autos Eyes Examined u y H. LEMONTREB Bratli ZSad's "LtmAXnt Optoirirtsr Utu3tifcturus Opneuuk 1 sriH souTU tucBxax vn. Xm r& CSU. DtO- Ttmas E3 S. Ky X OF E tlUGQUl THEATRE TQBAY Select Pictures presents the Beautiful and Talented Star OLSVE THOMA -in- A five-reel society drama TOMORROW MABEL NORMAND in a Special Super-Picture . UPSTAIR There will be no extra charge for these specials. Adults 17c. Children 11c and 6c V- I in Twin Ikxls" at die Oliver the- under military guard. Life is liveliest in the Hotel Ritz. where lives the American commis sion, which made itself particularly popular by its attitude during tho Jewish programs. "An official declaration regarding the programs gives 12 dead and 4 00 wounded, one-third of whom how ever are not Jews. The anti-se.mittc movement is beginning to increase and has taken hold ot thes chools. In the university, Trofessor Johann Ritook, one of the unknown great ones of tho Hungariin scientific world, Im started on anti-semitic association which has as its task the clearing of the university of Jews. A whole list of European students are not to bo allowed at the university in future. Even in grammar schools the anti-semitic agitation is strong, and several high schools have decided to accept no Jewish pupils." LLÜAL, NOTICE. MATE Ol' INDIANA, l'ubli- "t1o? Conimiioii of Indiana. Apjtlieaf ion ef tle Chi'Hg Lake Shore 11 ad South Pond Railway Company Tor authority to ineraste passenger fares. X 3. Ali. 47". 47S. SRI'l'I.K.UKNTAL (HtlMlR. October 14. P.'IV. the Public Sendee j Comndssicu of mii.iii.i isued an order , in the jibove t-Ptitlv1 causes n uthorlziijg ji 11 1 directing the Cldeaen, Lae Shore, und South ilnd Railway Company to, establish h city street ar fare elW- j tlon system of three divisions radiating , from the interse Un er" Chicago ami 1 (inisselll Avenues. East Chicago, Intli- ! ana. The coiuinIssin has been advisM, and afrer lavustication. is ef the opin ion that the convenience of the publlo would b better served by locating th- intersecting point of the thre dlvbions at the inters. '.tlon f Chleupo and Ken nedy Avenues instead of the intersec tion ef Chi-aj?o and rassessi Avenues, as uirectf-t by th order. It is therefore ordered bv the 1 uMic Serviio e?oninds?lon of Indiana, that th order of Oit.er II. lyl.'. In tne anov eiititlel a uses be an i hereby i1 j aiuendt'd by changing the location of tb nif-etiiix point ef the thre 8tr-t -ar fare collection divisions from the iuterseetiou of tirapelh and Chicago. Avennefi, i:ast Chle-ago. inrlljna, to the I Jnt'TM-etie,! .f Kennedy and Chicago ; Avc:iues, Kast Chieyg-, Indiana. Apprvel Uctobcr - l'Jlt. Attest : CAUL N. MOi'l". Secretary. non-kiidi:nt .sotick. STATi: OK IN hi ANA. ST. JOSEPH COfXTY. KS. In the St. Joseph Supe rior Court, Sept-uar Temi, It'll. LILLli: STMMHN vs. irriniN stlmkn Pivorce. No. M.11. He it known that th abore-nimM plaintitT h;is tlied In the otib-n uf th . Clerk of paid Court Ler complaint against taid defendant in th abeve eause together with a r roper nfTidavit that paid defendant. I'tl. ea Sternen, is net a resident of the State of Indiana. Sail defendant is hereby notified that paid cause will tar.d for trial on the 15th dav December. li19. the sf.me beln the first dav of the next tvrm of said Court to eourmence at the City of South j i.enu, on nie taini .ni'unaj m "nr"i i;r. next, on which day paid defendant Is required to appear to R.dd action. wiLnrn m. waunek, c.erk. Bv MA Kl JA KPT LUNG, Deputy. srr.biiiT äc sciiuiiTZ, Attyp. for Plaintiff. 1S-25-1 of thrills and adventure. 1 D OWN i SSBfJBfBBfrB BSSXEC3'I'BüCZ Rflore' $1.50 Largo Bed Blankets Large Kize fleecy cotton bed blan kets with fancy colored herders, pair at $3.39 Women's $2.00 Women's SS.OO Manne! ß ft Ulf WC Well made of fine quality light or dark percales; fast colors, all sizis Heavj' quality flan- neletto In pink or blue etripes, silk lined, full cut 94 Suits At Less Than Two Great Lots for Tuesday For cur Birthday Celebration .Sale we offer two preat lots of Ladies' and Misses' New Fall Suits in serges and poplins, at half price for Tuesday and Wednesday. $2(1 & $24.50 SUITS $358 $42.50 SUITS Pi Women's S37 Coats Women's and Misses' beautiful and .Vinter Coats that are wonder ful at this underselling price of.., S20 Serge Dress es One rack of Women's and Misses' Serge and Silk Poplin Dresses, all new fall styles. Birthday sjale.... $42.50 Plush Goat s Women's and Misses' newest stylo Short Plush Coats, also newest ma terials in long wool cloths, big values at 100 Beautiiui lew $5.00 K0 Munning Hats tHken from i:r regular -'s and ?fl 8tck. re oderei Tuesday and Wednesday at yx.rt ani rfttil TRIMMED HATS 1 LjrvVJ Handsomely IZi .-1 - ".'''. 41 stvles. Jiirthday special at : 5 "Mvex y ;i GIRLS' AND MLSSES''$3.50 VIED HATS Vornen's $10.00 New Georgette BLOUSES -M ... .a -e AV E m n jf . .."Sur '!ri t- .. t-f c M,UAAa'i 1 vwy PW 1 ß .... 11 ... - . Q a 0 ÜUÜÜ L! William A. Brady presents Louisa M. Alcott's famous story "Little Women" A P ar amount-Artcraft Special. Directed by Harley Knoles. Photographed by Rene Guis sart. Scenario by Anne Maxwell. Technical Director, George Kelson. 10,000,000 PERSONS LOVE THESE GIRLS! They are four oflhe sweetest girls in American fiction. The nevei Lad a "triangle" in their family. Their beauty never turned the universe. But they are fairly HUMAN! When you see them why, you'll really LIVE THEIR LIVES! You'll be Amy; and Laurie will court you. You'll be Jo, and Professor Baer will kneel at your feeL You will live this picture! That's how good it is! Come and see it today. The added attraction PATHE REVIEW Slow motion photography, scientific and educational Matinee 2:15, 3:45 6c, 17c, 25c. Evening 7:00, 8:30, 9:45 11c, 17c, 25c Please attend the matinee if possible. ; ! .(;n.ND i.r.ADrirs Wonderful Bargassis From Ous - er- 3f P. AY and IVEDSH Women's 75c Scambss Fine quality fast pretty? black and seamless: 50 dozen for special r,alo at this 37c 1 m - $12.25 - $21 .25?! 1 f ij - '! 'y (?-r. fallfj SE TAMS 1. m 1 i; v' -I : 1. 1 $11.95 ' , V: ; i i Ii 2.5a IvealJ and $5.00 mm TT, LS. Made of Wocden 1'lue S. rget in sizes 0 to 14 years. Birthday special $Jo.tw rm:TTY GIRI trimmed, larg? and Made of all wool Velour and Plush Velour; newest winter stjbs. si s 1 to 1 t yt ü i s. Sab- VI lr fii T yyl J t & 4 IRLS $3.09 M mOß DRESSES AT $5.50 Woolnap Plaid Bed BLANKETS r? at &JaJO w 7 rar m A 1L " W sum' IT ME crn rp FF3 B ü UÜ TODAY a Women's $1.00 I'Iotf Union SUITS Wnr.i :;'s ribt e.j f ece-1 union su.'.s In white; sizes nr. 1 2i on'v. Spee;.i.i at r-,5 H S s 68c Girl 52.00 Plush Women's l inrrt $2.00 CORSETS Women's finest J 2 coutile and bat!?U corsets. emtToi J r d edging. Special salo price 97c til J For girls to 1 , yrs. ; heiutiful Mack and silk plush tarns, in newest fall styles Women's 15c Kerchiefs Fine quality, hemstitched and em broidered: 2 3 dozen. T ' Soeeiil at J Lr $1.75 Work Shirts Men's blue chamhray Work Shirts, extra well made. Ql 07 Special at yliWif $1.00 Cedar Oil Mops 'enuine Cedar Oil Floor Mops; sold everywhere at $1.00. CQkf At the r.rand Leader only. . 0C $15 Wool Ripple Sweaters Women's and Mioses' new ripple Slipover Sweaters. wod yarns, in all obirs. Sp-cial . . madr of all $9.75 Moit's 2c Canvas (Iloxes. . .lie .Ufii's Sl.."o I'luicnu-ar 97c Roys' SL7Ö Knickers $1.29 Boys' .Sl." Suits at $9. 05 Boy !s:;.ou Sweatern 5L.SW Women's 51 Warm locs. r(c Women's Z'tr kttoli n Apron.4. . PJc liilantv' 7.".c RuImmi's YcM.s ..'tsc Infants' Vhit Coat .SI. tM Si."0 1-ire I let I Comforts. Women's 5 t Mou-M It ms . . 2.'i I JJ.tiO Larc Bed Sheets. ?5 1 . " 7 r$i'.i7 .Men's r:t.M) Work Pants CHILD'S $7.00 SERGE 3 Gl TlT txrJ Ujr 21 2 EW $16.50 WINTER SCHOOL 1.94 cc on c rv SKIRTS at HP 4)i lAili.V Public Sale WEDNESDAY, NOV. 5 Three miles south and three miles east of Mishawaka. 8 head cf cattle, 16 head of hogs, hay, grain, farming im plements and poultry. CHARLES BACHTEL DR. J. B. HIGGifiS 113 EL Third St . Physician and Surgeon. Specialty :n Dicaar of the Chest. Phone Mishawaka 143. Don't Forptt "KEISER'S ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP,' 110 N. Main St . M.sluwak, For Ail K:r.ds f Sm,e Impairing and Shoe. $1 2,'