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RIDAY .MOH.M.Mi, Atf.i sr I'M,
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
BRITISH JOURNAL
CHALLENGES NEW
JAPANESE TREATY
COMMANDER BOOTH
STILL LEADER OF
SALYÄTION ARMY
How Ponzi Looked as Jailbird and Wlien Arrested
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114 South Michfgftn Street, Near Waahmjtca Armu3w
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Calls It Partial Agreement
Which League Should
Society is Reorganized to Meet
Enlarged Demands Since
War.
HALF P
Supersede.
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RICE
SALE
LONDON", A'ip. lrJ. A JMr.t fire
!.irition nf th British nnl Jnpan-o,-
RovrnnnntH that the Ar.plo
Jainnce treaty, which hTs Ju.st Lern
p:rrrJt! (l niir.vUic .illy to renew It
tM for another yvir. ,,in har
mony with the- spirit th covenant
cf tro I.fflKne f Nations" is chal
lenged editorially ty the Manch' sfr
Guardian." It n.vad'-d :s i tvji
ral f'x.imp'o rf tho.-r- r:i rtLiI ar.d rx
cl:,5l? arefmf nts b'twMr. particu
lar rowers vhich th I..ue of Na
tions ,vati drflTr.ed to supTTilc."
The Gunrdian ay: ".-f 'no ro
ple may r- pTT'tlcal about th lit
est An''lo-J ipan iiotr, hut it is a
rncft intent-tin anl rr.ay t nri x
tr mely important dorumnt. Tho
T-rrjint An;lr-J.'ipan' so lr 'tv dates
frrrm 1911. a 'id vill run. in thv nor
mal course, till July l'JJl. I'.ut th
foreign off-ros of ih two nations
havf rfrifmlnTf d the covenant of.
th LiM?iio oi N ttio.-.s. They point
out that the trcty. 'ihmih in har
mony -with the s ir:t of the covenant
of the I.i.T'if "f N.uions. is not en
tirely coms.tnt with the 1. tt r,' anil
th-y add that, if renewed i;-t yer.r.
'It mu5t be in ;i frm whir',, is r.ot
i:uonitent wi'h the covenant.'
' Tliere is only on.e weakn."-: about
thl M.itrment, nnd Hint is that t.s
opening prop'-ition is entirely iino
ur.-.te. 1 he Ar.i'Io-Japanes treaty
in all its form his nluays Ix.-on en
tirely out of harmonx with the spirit
of the covenant. It is a typical ex
arrplf of tho?. parli.il anl i '.elusive
ncrernients between particula- pow
ers which th- Lt u-'uc of N ttions v." as
d M;:nd to superf-e'le. It j ledges
f .ir.h of the contracting parti' l
make var if 'by reason of unpro
voked attarl; or a-;:rc s-he notion
the oth"r iir.il s its. 'territorial rUht.s
or hpecinl interest: thriattncd i:i
eastern Axla or I:.dia
"The covenant, of cours, pro.
vl!j an 1 i ! u i r 4 1 r m.'n'hi'ii-rv liV !
which tfco P.'c'.gin- will dt ;l with swc.'i
contin?cr.ci(ti and LriiiK Its cfdl.c
tive powers to bear n the tjiTender.
whether he Ik or 1 not himself
amomj its r.emberf-. The Anlo-Japanese
treaty a ill n 1 remodelling
from top to bottom in order to make i
it CPiijd.-dei't with the covenant. It
will piesumabij be done by each
power unJcrtal.inr formally to ko to
war in mppcrt c f tho other uftr the
league has ri'-t'nlt'.ly pronounce 1
:i km Inst an arr-Tre-sor and ordired the
enforcement of all the punitiv
incisures contemplated in iruc'.e l'J
of the co. enant, which include mili
tary force, but do not imposo ltn u-e
as ;u absolut. obligation on all the
timbers.
"There would then bo the protec
tion of the lea '-rtie bctwet-n i's und
war. and the obligations thrown on
us by the treaty would be ery dif
ferent from, what they are at present."
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Two photographs of Charles Ponz
paliery portrait when he wis in troubl
liijston after belnj; held in bail. II
1. the f-o-called foreign exchange wiz ard of Bo.ston one his Rogues'
o in Canada and the other as he em erged from the federal building In
e was th object of much attention from a curious crowd.
FRAXCE AiD BRITAIN
REACH AGREEMENT
PAH IS. Au?. l'J. Differences be
tween Fran. re und CJreat Hrltuin en
tering atiout Kre-nch recognition of
Cen. Wrangt-l's anti-belshevik gov
ernment In Crimea have been fully
se ttled, the French foreign othce an
nouncer today. A formal note to
this -ffect will be Issued shortly, It
w.-ih paid.
Uritlsh Ambassador Derby, who
has been conducting tlie nrrrotiations
In Paris has b en authorize! by his
government to leave on a vacation.
Odr Pros., Contractors and Pui!o
ers. 11C2 S. Franklin st. Lincoln
8147. t;::o-ci
NEW YORK. Aug. 19. A far
reaching reorganization of the Salva
tion army, designed to put it In a
position the better to meet the en
larged demands that are everywhere
being made upon it since the war,
has just been announced by the ex
ecutive ofhcials of the body here.
The new era upon which the Salva
tionists are entering Involves not
only complete redlspcsltion of per
sonnel, but also a redisricting of the
enti.e country for the army's ;a
minis' ratlve? pi rpcses.
Remalnint; a? head of all the Sal
vation army forces in the United
States Is C mmander Evangeline
Rooth, who has rendere d 13 years of
service here. She continues as com
manding ofttcer of all the army's
forces in the United States and Ha
waii, but with enlarged authority
delegated to her in recognition of
her successful direction of the war
time efforts of the organization both
at home and abroad.
For administrative purposes the
country has been elivlded into three
territories, an eastern, central and
western with headquarters respec
tively in New York, Chicago, and
San Francisco. Col. William Peart,
who has long been chief secretary In
the United States, will leave New
York vith a promotion to Commis
sioner nnel assume e-harge of the
army's work in the central territory
To New York as ranking officer
comes Commissioner Thomas Estill,
who heretofore has dircted the Sal
vationist activities for the entire
I western half of the country from
'.Chicago. The commanding officer
tor the new western territory will be
Col. Adam Gifford. formerly in
charge of the work in New England,
whose promotion to the rank of
lieutenant commissioner will take ef
fort with his assumption of his new
post.
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Tho Old Market Haskct.
How clear to my mind are the prices
oiut ruling
When I was a boy and could eat
all my lill
When, famished. I came from my
much-hatd sehooIinK
And sat down to dinner with Harry
and Rill.
A great plate of meat duck or tur
key in season
Corn, turnips, asparagus, peaches
galore.
With three or four pies there was
no earthly reason
To rtop except stomachs that
would n"t hold more
Ail cam" from th basket, the brown
wirker b isket.
The old markt basket that father
once bor-.
Kegs then cost a trifle each fresh as
a tlai.-y.
No hated cld storage was known,
by the way.
And every one then would have
th'iiht yu were crazy
Ti a-k for "nut butter." as folks
do today.
fuelve cent; for .a pound ot god
p r'.. r of srrapple.
A little bit hiuher for chops at tho
Store,
Twas k'-pt in the village by Marvin
nv.i Wh ipple.
And no one delivered things then
at the i' ..or
They came in h basket, the brown
wicker basket.
The old market basket that father
oure bore.
How oft In the present wlien worried
ami harried
I think with a sigh of those days
of delight,
Antt picture the basket that father
then carried
And brought home fille d up to the
brim every niht.
How f r sh were its contents, as fra
grant as hom y.
The prices, ail told, made av laugh-
nMe scro.
How enor'v. gladly I'd plunk down
my money
For three times their cost at that
time, even four.
If fresh from the basket, the brown
wlrker basket.
The old market basket that father
once bore.
New York Sun.
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Banish
Nervousness
Put Vigor and Ambition Into
Run-Down, Tired Out
People
Tf you f. el ned eut, out of sorts.
,Jespou!ent. mentally or physically
depressed, anil lack the d sire to
Äfcomplbh things, get a f.O cent box
cf Wendell's Fills. Ambition Rrand.
at Wcttick'a Cut Rate Medicine
Store to. lay and t.'ke the f.rtt big
tep toward feeling bettor rignt
away.
If you work to- h.rd. smoke too
much, or ar,' nervo;: because of
over ir,.lu!gence of any kind. Wen
dell's 1111.. Ambition Rrand. will
make yu feel letter in three days
or money back from Wettiok'jj Cut
Rate Medio:.-." Store on the firM box '
purchased.
As a treatment f-r affection." of
the nc rous sy!' m. constipation,
leys of .appetite. tremt)lin. slreploss
r.css. exhausted ltality or Nervous
In'iipejäMon. z-- a box of Wendell's
Pllla, Ambition Rrar.d, today on the
money back plan. Adv.
esse
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Coats in the Latest Designs
are Well Displayed
The pleasure of seeing them is well
worth a shopping trip. Some designs
will be shown tomorrow for the first
time $35.00 to $300.00.
The Smartest Suits
are Fur Trimmed
Untrimmed Suits are shown, however,
for those who prefer to wear separate
fur scarfs $37.50 to $225.00.
STUNNING NEW
HATS
BEAUTIFUL
FURS
SEPARATE
SKIRTS
-irf ws 0-4i
Ai
m ill I
fete?
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iTliey Go on Sale SaturHay
Those lovely frilly frocks of Voile, now shown in our windows, at
one-half their regular prices.
The Remainder of Our Silk and Wool Skirts
(Navy serges excluded) will be sold on this day at a saving of from
five to fifteen dollars.
OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT. WE ARRANGE TERMS TO SUIT YOU
321 S. Michigan St
:ri.'..:gcssags
The Best Values of the Entire Season
Are to Be Found Here Tomorrow
Wonderful Dress Value
One lot of beautiful Taffeta, Figured Georgette,
Organdie, Voile, Linene and Linen Dresses in smart
summer styles. Your choice of this lot Saturday at
Half Price
Coats and Suits
The smartest Spring Suits and Coats of the season
are here in charming styles and colorings. Unmatch
able values at
Half Price
Silk Undergarments
At Very Special Prices
Silk Crepe de Chine Chemise, lace trimmed, ribbon strap
shoulder. Special $2.95
Pink Satin Camisoles, fancy lace trimmed. Special . $2.00
Navy blue Satin Camisoles, hemstitched tops, ribbon strap
shoulder. Special $2.00
Toilet
Articles
At Special Prices
Jap Rose Toilet Soap. 3
bars for 25c
Williams Shampoo
Liquid 45c
Packers Liquid Tar Soap
for shampooing 45c
Woodbury's Facial Soap,
box of 3 bars. Special. .55c
Java Rice or Woodbury's
Facial Powder. Very spe
cial 19c
Mcnntns or Williams'
Talcum Powder. 25c value,
can 15c
Antiseptic Dental Cream
for cleaning and preserving
the teeth. Special . . . .19c
"Neet" an antiseptic
cream-lotion , that removes
hair, cannot irritate the
skin 50c
Wa-NeTa soothes tired,
aching, burning feet. Spe
cial 19c
Time to Thiinil
K IT
Only a few days now until the little folks will go trooping off to
school, and they'll need serviceable, good-looking footwear. With
our facilities for buying for 7 1 stores, we have secured dependable
Shoes for Children at prices that will help defeat the high living cost
;.$2.69rx1.
Little Gents' Brown Blucher
Shoes, sizes 9 Yl to 13 Yl
Little Gents Gun Metal Blucher Shoes,
sizes 9Yz to 13!2.
at
:: $2.98
Boys Gun Metal English CO
Shoes, sizes I to 5 Yl .vWiwv
Also same Shoes in sizes (tO QO
2Yi to 5Yz PU.viD
Boys' Tan English or Blucher
Shoes .,
- T
Y.U r h
2y
$4.98
HOSIERY
FOR THE ENTIRE
FAMILY
Misses Brown Kid Lace
Shoes, sizes g
I 1 Yl to 2 . . . "
Misses Black Kid Shoes,
lace, sizes 0 QO
im to 2.53.98
Children's Tan Lace
Shoes, sizes
QYl to 11 .
$2.98
Children's Black Vici Kid
Lace Shoes, sizes SA
to 11,
at
$2.98
Growing Girls Lace Shoes
with medium or low
heels.
at
;Is- $4.98
Large sizes in Boys Shoes
for sturdy wear; Eng
lish or me- (f J QO A
.dium toe.. $.00
It will pay you to visit our bargain Basement, where Tj (T (T
a large line of Dependable School Shoes for Children j
of all ages will be found at .
Store
Open
Saturday
Evening
Till
9:30
Store
Closed
P. M.
During
AugTMt
East Wayne Near Michigan
Try News-Times Wants
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