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iK MJAY, JJl-A'I.MUIIU 21, 1019.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES 1 SEAL SELLERS AIM AT S2.5DD PiARK Volunteers Feel Per Capita Purchase of 7 Cents Not Too High a Mark. OUIJA BOARDS ARE MAKING SPIRITUALISTS VkV.h f ! t tyv rr rr. -'tin ir.tr li-for- hrLrtni'.H Lrir th" Mk- rf IU-'.l 'rr-f.n a t a ol untrer orders who h.v- I-vc.n-.i i.ts of 1;::v to tho v.ork h.;ri. th" a.e? j.ionth aro .pt ! r:i ; -t i r-r tr!in th" ulcow ;i n-1 pr- '. i"t ir.:r that a row lilh mar!; f r r : i r . - t '. I.-ct v.M lie rr.i' wh u th report.- : ro nil ir.. Th"4 ru.-h at .: r 1 1 - r.t upon th" lajt i f-v days of j-i l 1 1 j i i . tr has hfl th- :fct of 5-'rii vl. it ,k!i'vini,' down th" s'-'-.il al bit it is thought Sit inlay will a i:a i:i -how a 1 ci 1 - 1 lrirrt'3s. Tim r i y "s r ;rt showt-! ;i total '-f approximately $11." from I'll .ärtlor.-s vhi!" l'ri'lay hrou'ht in im ;;.MitIon il S 1 12 7 . 1 - In onl"r to : i :.i n 1 it .a 1 s -oM!":s wr-r st a -tif.n-J at tli" vnrioiis loths S.it- i:rtlay anl -v-ry :Trt will o rund" 1o kf;i til" in'rrt ;tt a h'uzh pitch i.ntil th" rlo-" of th- canip.iin. ;ai st nt sj.r.oo. With a. in.trk,f J.'.r.oo to shoot .-it voT-ir-rA f rI that if l;iiyii.;r con-:? i nix :r. as hri.-I; as during thi4 past v. vi; th' r" is t !oijl.f. hit that th o't'l r-ooril wiil ! pa.-.-"-d. In ordor tha. St. Jo-r'plv. county mak" a r'litahU' s-howiny, it is nly ii""- v-ary that .-'.als h l.ouht at th.' 7 of n jkt r.ipif.i, ;tnd th: v. or k'-i s poir.T. out that in Mirh tirn's :is tlir-, s v ti r nts ach is a small iinn'iint to put into Mjh a worthy .aus as ti;htiiUT tul-rrrulci-is. Th Wimian's Ionin, -1 i ! with 1.' al'!iiart rs at thy M ph urn thra 1 r, u nt int h .ol arain in th s.ilt Thnrxlay and h Id thir advantage i'rid.iy. Th'ir -;..-.:.!. -rift tho i hau."''." li iH hail tli f f t of cun s nl r.i Id;" stimulating in:i-r--l as th" vaults vlmu. Tht South I ' ii 1 1 Woman's ! i at ill" !ivr was ."'(tili Thui'.-dav whilo on I 'riday tin' I'ioi'-ss iu'it linilKd to sec ond plafe in thf sta ndirur. NHW YOIIK. U. 20. A quick c r."l Interest In the psychic is ?v-'pIi;K th1 country In a wave, it was revcilf'd today through infor mation that the sale ouija boards and books on spiritualism had In cr asd imrn asurably in the last two months. Shortly afer the movement be-.-nn to attain popularity rivalling that in Finnland where It received ita inception, ouija board were at " premium. Today buyers for larp- department s-tore ar experiencing liü'.rulty in obtaining enough tn .-upply these demands. "SHOW US," SAY GROCERS ABOUT PACKERS' PLANS Kxrept Louisiana. Florida ha the lowest avorao elevation above the j-i.i level of all the states. Wholesalers Refuse to With draw Suit Without Details of "Dissolution." Fr Tnlted Pro: CHICAGO. Dec. 20. The Nation al Wholesale Grocers' association today refused to drop its suit analnst the "biff five" packers before the federal trad commission. Clifford Thorne, general counsel conclusive evidence that the meat : packers will withdraw permantly ; from the grocery field. 1 J. Opden Armour s-iid today Ar-1 mour Co. would sdl their inter- j ests in every stockyard compapny.v , close out their prorery business anl dibcontinue all unrelated Iir..-3 at once. j The Chicago Stockyard company. , a Maine corporation, sMh a capital- izatlon of 18. 000,000, owned Jointly j by the five biff packers, the Chicaffo j Junction Hallways and Union Stock- j yards company, a New Jersey cor poration, and the Union Stockyards ' and Transit company, a 13,:00,-j 000 Illinois corporation, will be ills- I solved, the packers Faid. j United States District Atty. , Charles F. Clyne announced the for the grocers, said the suit will be dropped only if the government and j ran,i jury investigation here into! the packers produce a detailed state- the packing industry had been drop- j mrnt nt the. nerrement rind rrr smf I ........ - - - - - - - . i . ... i jicii. K0LCHAK MAY FORM ALLIANCE WITH JAPAN V- I nifM I'n ;-' : I'AKIS, D'C Am ij nooniinn ( I rep-rt frotu ta!i". sas Admiral l"o!i-h:iK, ht id of th" II'! i in anti l.olsli vil. ;(''.! rntiii'iit iu Siberia, has I otltied tho I'tiit' n' Staffs in event the allies d'.ridi to abarnlou IIus : ;a. ho will !sf i-mop üi'd tu o do part of Sil"'ri.- t Japan in r turn for JapaiiCjo ai-i ; i u' i r i t tin- bolshevik!. Get His Xmas Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco Today SPECIAL FOR CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS El! CIGARETTES Camels, Lucky Strikes, Relu3, Oasis and Chesterfields. 18c pack or carton 200 , $1.75 Fatimas, Omars, 23c pack, or carton 200 S2.15 Pall Malls, Philip Morris, Herbert Tarrey- ton, 30c pack or carton 1 00 $2.75 PLUG TOBACCOS Horse Shoe, Star, five spaces to the pound 90c SMOKING TOBACCOS Prince Albert, Velvet, Tuxe- ( 4 do, one pound tin humidor. . . .4 I Ww Edgeworth, Prince Albert, Tuxedo, Vel vet, one pound glass humidor $1.50 CIGARS V XMAS BOXES 25 El Producto, Salzburg, C0 J ft Pow Ha Tan, 1 0c size U SCRAP TOBACCOS Honest, Union, Beechnut, Sweet Maple, Sammy Boy, 10c size, 12 for $1.00 CIGARS BY THE BOX All 5c Cigars, box 50 $2.25 All 6c Cigars, box 50 $2.75 All 7c Cigars, box 50 $3.00 All 8c Cigars, box 50 $3.50 All 10c Cigars, box 50 $4.50 All 15c Cigars, box 50 $6.00 We carry a large assortment of high grade Chocolates in pounds and half pounds, from 50c to $3.00 Exclusive Cigar Store r i or Ä t. (4L, 401 SOUTH MICHIGAN ST. OPP. GRAND TRUNK DEPOT No Billiard Parlor 1.1 3&IEW H Ml -m. Ii Ii, M Iii ii til 11 it mm A. Gift to the Family Why fritter away your money on a number of individual gifts which by next Christmas will have no value except that they were gifts? Why not give the family, collectively, a thing they can all enjoy for the next ten years? The New Edison "The Phonograph with a Soul" YV7HEN you think of music think of RE-CREATION. Let that word "RE-CREATION" bum into your memory. It represents a new standard a new art in music. It means the imperishable "Re-Creation" in your own home of the living music of the masters Re-Created with all the fleeting breath of reality. V of South B&nd HI Jo Elaborate Fixtures 'J - - - 1 ft IHIas made it possible vor us to Undersell al competitors? and has made us more freends asid; 1 14 li City of So est V o Bemd was dhm up ft m n TI toe-msinniiite of Ready-ToVv H M 1 by me styles, at tine Lo ear Eisisiiiess nn me pojiacj v v e AH !1 ikOSO oil T TH) Is, i H o ii It li o o JIM cm I 9 Special for Uondny fo Further Increase Our Popularity We Will Offer 150 New French Serge Dresses in twelve different styles, in embroidered effects plain tailored and tunic stvles. All sizes. D a n d y Christmas sifts. Monday. . . r i The Newest AYinter Coats in velour, silvertones, tinsel- tones and broadcloths, with fur collar and cuffs; all styles, sizes and colors. Special for Monday STORE OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL CHRISTMAS -vTv-' v ... Sj u LB It II J jtXtj f J 4 1 ! ! r-J I I ; i - V r 4 : i I .! L'-i I V. SI VI t - I. i i i pi 4