.'DAY, .lCST S. 1920
f HE SOUTH BEND NEWS -TIMES
DR. GRIGGS WILL
TO PROGRESS CLUB
Middle Name is
IVotcd Scholar Kctunis
South Iit'iul for Third
Scries of Talk.
?hoIar of New
l-rr.v n!t d for th
South Hen.l public
flub. "Th Pr.s.r.t
the suM'-rt of (') : i
tures which Dr. "ri;:;
In the c h: ( r - r . . ; r:
ay ni;hts I Ui.Miiii;
toj-lc: this year will
value as th y
events r f th
' I r I4; r:?. emlrr-nt
York City, will be
thirl tirn- to the
the iT'-tr s.
A;e" will he
: of ; ;x 1 -w
Iii ti' ii r
'!' s -i ' Fri
ü.v. 1-'. His
?,.- of ', e:al
(I;il with th- r.irr nt
day which '-ovi-r ital
I rofdrms in tli- r( t;
"Limb's and f-'hulov.
f.t A'r?" will be the
f-T.ted l,y Ir. CrlX'A".
the to.-cor. 1 1 Friday evenir.
f the im me
- of the
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('har!' .')utlih'r.fl r.f'r. the
r k : I II iii;iiic is at his own instiga
tion w.is ry much xtitctl Friday,
j ;if t 1 r.co:i wh n tm- South JJtT.t.1 Mo-
t.:s (.. , t I'-i-honcl that it would bo
jun.'bl' t n t r a machine in the
' t t .:t nurnh'-r two fir- sir lion, ar
iand at tl r'-r-U'--t of'th' city
j .uri il. to (! t. rniine tin- rrspt-ctive
lr:i nt- of An .'-rican-riFrancc nia
I t hir.es o.mpar-l witli those of local
T:i- South !nd company had sent
.1 j.rrnjM r down to Um- foot of Vah
ii.ton a v.. to t .-t it out i-revious
tr otfici.il trial-- lv irimiiintr
water fimn the race, but when tho
tiiiit- carno to jo to the ffficial test
in i; Krour.d.s, it was di.scocrcd that
th- i)jinpt had hecome stuck in
th mud, and couldn't move
'l"he American Li-France machine
was th i cfore tr xt d alone, w hih;
Clir. rlcs ,fjuthhenu Heyen, eauntil
man from the fifth ward, htpt in
Ms'iniT that hi.s rr.iddle name was
i-outhheud anl that the local cont
rary was pr ttin a "dirty ileal."
Th hoard of safety 11.1s already
awarded the contract for iumi)ers
to ti' American L.il'nincc ro:upany,
I 11t the matter r-mains still ) b'
approved by the council. .Tust what
motion will be taken in view cf th
:it rv ntion of the mud is not
T. P. A PICNIC WILL
BE HELD AUGUST 28
Travelers Invite Neighboring
Posts to Annual Event
will discuss. "Fundamental Problems
DU. HOUAKI) .uir.(;s.
of Capital and Industry. Nov. ho
will .speak on "Humanism in Indus
try" or "The employers' Duties."
"The Futurn of Labor" or "The
Rights and Duties of the Artisan" on
Dec. Z. "Kducation for the New
Era." will be the subject for Dec. 10,
and "For What Do We Dive" will be
his final discussion Dec. F7.
I'rofo.or At Indiana.
Dr. driers., a noted author and lec- J
turer for twenty years, was formerly
profoor of literature at Indiana
universit v; head of the combined de
partments of ethics and education of
I. eland Stanford university and presi
dent of the department of philosophy
at Brooklyn Institute of Art and
Science. At the present time beinr
unattached. Dr. Griten is in univer
clty extension work.
He is the author of "The New Hu
manism." "More Education." "Self
Culture," "The Philosophy of Art,"
"Human Equipment." "The Use of
the Margin" and "A Book of Medi
tation." Tn kcts for the lectures m ty be
purchased from Mrs. Fred Wood
ward, chairman of the ticket com
mittee or from any board member.
UPSETS CMA' MARTS
Harry O. Perkins Camp Send
Appreciation of Local
Detters of thanks to those who
assbted in maklni; the seventeenth
annual i ampmcnt of the Depart
ment ot Indiana, United Spanish
War Veterans, held in South Ilend,
Juno 2-29, the most successful in
tin? history of the organization, were
mailed Saturday to many South
Bend firms, clubs and individuals.
The kters, which also carry a
statement of the receipts and dis
bursements of the encampment fund,
extend the thanks of Harry O. Per
kins camp. No. 2j. to the followim?:
The News-Times, the Tribune, the
South Bend Ileal Estate board, the
Jefferson hotel, the boy scouts,
court house employes, the LaSallo,
Castle and Auditorium theaters, Ki
wunis club. University club. Rotary
club, American Ix-gion post. No. 50;
O'Brien Varnish Co., Stephenson
Underwear niillrf, Stephenson Mfg.
Co., and others.
The annual picnic of Post K,
Travelers protective Association
which was to have been held Aup.
14 was postponed until Aug. 2S at
a meeting of the post held Satur
day nisht at the Oliver Hotel. The
picnic will be held in Pottawatomie,
park and invitations have been ent
to the posts of Elkhart. Goshen
and Importe to e present making
the affair a patherinff of the organi
zation members from all northern
It was announced at the meet
ir.ir that the double-the-member-
shlp campaign which was Inaugura
ted Nov. 6. 1919 has resulted in a
total membership of f68 to date.
The post had a membership of T.12
when the drive was launched. A.
K. Prltz is chairman of th mem
bership committee directing the
DISCUSS PLACING OF
SCALES FOR FARMERS
The county board of directors of
the S: Joseph association of the
Indiana Farm Federation met in the
St. Joseph county accnt's ortice in
the court houe Saturday afternoon.
Plans were discussed for the estab
inp cf scales' for farmers In various
parts of the county. Frank Ho wen
of the Center township federation
has been appointed to select a scale
for thu farmers of his township to
be erected at Nutwood tstop of the
ELBEUS DAiSD WILL
GIVE CONCERT SUNDAY
u o -ind
CHICAGO. Aug. :. The;-e wna a
disposition in all th grain pits K.t-
urdny to even up committments
for ;h week, the risk of rarrjin
lines in either loii' or short rain
was deemed to l-o too reat in view
of the critical situation in Euroo
At the close wheat täiow d .t net
k of 2': to 4l with IVoemher
2::22 to üöJ and March j.
t'orn was down 'a to ;i vh c, oats
hovcd d decline rar.k'i" irum
to 1 s r while provisions wer
settled, pork and lard Leins- up
Unexpected rams over parts of
Illinois and other states led to gen
eral selling of all grains, there bo-
ini: sharp d clim s at the start. The
market r'.iutu.'.ted within a fair
range and there was -8 me buying
of what futures cre.litt't to north-
wisteui HCCoun'. Corn got away to
a Nad start but a moderate recov
ery was noted during the bit- trad
ing. There was much free buy
ing cn the breal-;
hotj.-es which w :
terday and th;s
which brought pr
hij-'h point of the
Oats wi re weak
dutior. by Cet.nusicui
Sunday everting's concert will
take placo at Howard park at S
o'clock for which Elbel's band have
arranged a strictly popular concert.
Be.-ide.s introducing a new waltz.
"My Isle of Golden Dreams," they
will play two medleys of popular
songs and melodies. One consists
of present day compositions while
the other is entitled. "Songs of the
Old Folks." which recalls popular
favorite of other days. The com
plete program which will be inter
ypersed ylth.new works fresh from
the press; is as follows:
Introduction. :5tar Spangled Banner.
March, eien. Pershing. . Vandersloot.
Overture, Pirates of Penzance...
Vals. My Isle of Oolden Dreams.
Medley, Songs of The Old Folks..
Selection, My Soldier Boy. . Uauberg.
Spanish Intermezzo, Anita ... Allen.
Waltz, Hlue Bird, Grant.
Medley, Popular Melodies, .. Lampe.
Finale, Hold Me Black.
Kreil Klbel. Conductor.
Ellis C. Hldgeey, Jones, Mich.,
was arrested Saturday afternoon
charged with speeding. He will be
arraigned In the city court.
OUTING AUG. 29
Knights of Columbus Will
Have Charge of Lake
Members of the South Bend coun
cil of the Knights of Columbus will
bo In charge of a Catholic Day out
ing to be htld at Lake Park, Hud
son lake, on Sunday, August 29. The
annual picnic of the Knights of Col
umbus originally was scheduled to be
held August 7, but this date was I
given up when it was learned that
Ringllng Brothers and Barnum and
Bailey circus was to appear in the
city on that date.
All of the- Catholic parishes of
South Bend will combine to make
this annual picnic a success. Com
plete arrangements for the event will
bo made at a special meetinc; of the
KnJchts of Columbus to be held
Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the
Knights of Columbus home. A com
mittee headed by Dr. J. E. McMiei
is In charge of the arrangements
and sub-committees to handle the
various details will be named at this
TRIES TO ENTER HOME
Henry Lda, 8 33 Webster St., was
arrested Saturday afternoon by Of
ficer Luther and DeVos and Sergt.
Samuel Koczorowskl charged with
intoxication, breaking and entering.
Lcda 1m unid to have entered a resi
dence at S4 4 Webster sL, while he
Police Arrest Alleged
Fichpochct at Circus
William Jefferson, colored, 1201
W. Dunham st was arrested Sat
urday afternoon by Officer Mllke at
the show grpunds charged with be
ing a pickpocket. He was arrested
upon a complaint made hy Warren
Freeman, of Cassobolls. Mich., and
will be arraigned in the city court.
w3lTv N .v 'tmflJLr yV '.vm7 ri-l lTlJ'i
v'PlM i Aitih-:;..avv , -vif-: Pcv
Pd blood, rich In iron !s a never failing source of strength and endurance"
fty Dr. James Franci Sullivan, formerly phviidanof Illevue Hospital (Out
door Dept.) Ner York, and the Westchester County Hospital. "Many a man is
losing th strength, health and enthusiasm of earlier years simply because
there is not sufficient iron in hit blood to sond it, pure and red, flowing through
his body, rebuilding wasted tissue and renewing energy and force.
It is the man vho keeps his blood filled with organic Iron HkaNurated
Iron who id building within in himself the strength that towers in an
emergency; a strength that ndorea; a strength that matters obatadea
and clears the way to success,"
Hirxatd Iron Is prescribed and recommended by phy
sicians and la now being used by over 4,000,000 peo
ple cnnualry to build red blood, strength and endurance
Wettlek's Cut Rate Drug Store, and all other pood druRpists.
; .d s.'l'.er.-i c -
a ;:' d a rally
ces v '( to the?
because ! i ; vi i -
FIRST ISSUE OF NEU
The first i.-Mie or' th-
Journal of Commeri , th 1 ottioi.il 1
publication of t!i- Indiana State;
Chamber of Commerce. : be tr.j; iii.v-:
trlbut'il by that organisation. !
Tl'.e Journt! is to 1-e issued
monthly, ii. K. lnntan. m.ir.i.:r of
the fsfat.- ih.unbtr, la editor in eh:-f. :
Walter HuMar-. jr.. contracting'
editor: II. R Wihiam. b'.:si:u-s i
Tiiana'i:er and T. A. IJogue is adver-
tisir.i; manager. j
Accoiiiinc to an ar.riotinc n;e nt
in it editorial columns :h J'Urr.a!
"will ndiae or to r f a t the b;:si- -
ncss i:r." and th'ar.t or tl.- .
state, g-rierally, rather th.4n e
particular s t tb n tin re-f."
pu : 1 1 : n i ! dea ted
l'U.:r: ss inter-.-;.- .f tli.- stat
Ihe promot:-':: of ":::at!e in i:.d
indttstrial pro. '.acts. The f;rs: b-si;e
con:aii.mc a rumlu-r cf articles by
bu.-ir.ess :::t n uäd editorial discus
io:;s and reviews of business con-
Tl'.e annual reunion of tlie Curry,
Nicker. r. a.,! Kinney familitd will
be held Saturday, Au?. 14. at Lake
par'. Uu'ison lake.
Uy United I'res:
WASHINGTON, Aug 7. The
ter.buS bureau today announced the
following I'jZ') po;ulation.
Liwood, Ind., U'.T'.'ü.
Dt-creasjb: Elwood. Ind., Si;. tr
Counties population; (Indima)
ilOfltiJOmery, 2S,10), Morgan, 10. -Oil
I I'J,-75; Whitley, 15.-
Let's WTFTMMmyi They're
Starting 2:30 P. U.
k Q P ? nl! 0)
M. &. A. T. A. Sanctioned Profei.sional
7 DEATH-DEFYING DARING EVENTS 7
See the professional time trials to beat the track record One, five and ten mile
professional races Five and ten mile ide car events Motorwheel contests All
genuine speed contests. Music by Dodge band. Races under management of E. P.
Wagner, South Bend.
August Blanket Sale
All wool blankets in assorted plaids,
Jl FIRST9 J
August Fur Sale
Hudson Seal Coat of finest grade
pelts, 36 in. length, grev squirrel or
maxien collars and cuff 6,
Store Hours: 8:15 to 5:30 Saturday 'till 9:30 p. m.
1 1 p
During the Entire Month of An
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Sleeping Room Suite
Here is pictured a set of bedroom furniture built by the Berkey & Gay Co. of Grand
Rapids for the well appointed home.
The striking simplicity of the aristocratic Queen Ann Motif never fails to win favor with"
those who admire and appreciate true art, combined with dignity in furniture.
Not only is this Sleeping Room Suite beautiful and refined, but it is also serviceable. Such
a feature as the dust proof bottom, which gives you perfect confidence that your best linens
and silks and laces will not be soiled or harmed when you lay them in the drawer, is well
worth your while considering.
The stamp of Berkey & Gay quality is on this furniture, assuring correctness of period de
tail and master workmanship.
Beautifully grained American Walnut, Queen
Period, size of top 21x40, height 45 inches, top
drawer full width, three large linen drawers, ma
hogany lined, dust proof bottoms.
American Walnut, Queen Ann Period, size of
top 21x48, height 37 inches, mirror 28x34, top
drawer divided into compartments for toilet
articles, etc., plush lined, dust proof bottoms.
American Walnut, Queen Ann Period, in full
size 4 ft. 6 in., or the same wood and design in
twin beds, each 3 ft. 3 in. in width.
The Toilet Table
American Walnut, Queen Ann Period, size of
top 19x42, height 31 inches, triplicate mirror,
center glass 16x24, side glasses 7x20, vanity top
The Rocker and
American Walnut, Queen Ann Period, slip
seat covered with blue denim.
Original price of suite $511.00 Less 10
Discount during August Furniture Sal's, $459.90.
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