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iriE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TfMEü Old World Claims We Built FLAME Toicer of Babel, Not Peace By Juanita Hamel "If o;r r;.:r. nt l.ad :!o lurp'- with pi op.i.iP. ! i t- in ititc cur Ai!i-s iir.'l the Urv.:..rr i plr " u ri!" I- .'''!' i i' ' k P.tlim-r. th- veteran war orrr lr.'. :ti tfmU- M' 'I ir ,f i ry A r - an who w r.t ,;IimiI !.! v t ut ti 1 a Tja rr !.sorn" l"'-r w- c ' i I nr't ha" tt'-r i I it. iiuiain:; Im th.- ti.i.- l'f..r th- v. ,ir ti. Ann n -aii -.as mi o ;!-:.!. r m Ihin- ::,;iü th- L'.iL'i.f of Nations,' 1 mji;p-.-: n. "Y Thir.:: wii' it," lif rc- " Til i l';- V'i; it W I'- ;ift-i- wh.it j-pl- ;f,i:;l;." I -r; uni 1, 'not . L..t v .1! to'.i! at l.ari'iufty ami i:i intf-i :i'a - that t!i-v tliinK' an ;- j ean ariirnn-iMt I . wav a -.tr.iM'v rr.ort..! trom a. 't:.-:;-nt U ""'"'"'J jroir.K !i;s mvi, strain- v. ay -i. l hal th- ii.üiM "f .ajiM- l;:.- Mil li'-'-r-ülly s h. v.a r.t. Th. h- ha-1 not. yi t h. to '.-.iv 1 J ü r r i . " " Kur'T'f i i i I J f-'i'.'U;'- .i-ai:i.t Iuris. Purine th'- -Air h- v. as '-inrt-'l an! UaU r-'I in.:;! h- th.;u:ht an urll tt him.-. It in'i- '1. f":' "in- lM.livi-J-i;aia ra;'o..;. r-r p-v.-ji.al ..nul! m nt :itt nt:"ii j.a.-l t- tin- alan- f.f ,.,wf-r wlii'h thtir nation u-prr- 11m- s .'I 'f World. To.l.iv Mm- ! -f th.- T.n" io.il- ami '.r..! vi!!' m f'-rr-iim rela tion. f th" r. .-.:.. : !. 1 of youmr r-;iu!.lic3. - '' a"ls ;t Mi j.n in Mm- hoj M-M' ' va. hrr.-Hf. is 1. -mumr th.- s'ap.-- ,,lt of th'1 Uoll.l. SoMl.tMU.- I v'niihd at this m-w national distinc tion; a -ain. I thought iriitahlv: 'i ih. v.-oll. If 'u don't want to like l.s. th-n don't'. Hut tr;t p-i;n-i r.o I'm! informa tion. All th- tun.- I u-is a.-:,:nu . nv wliy from a !"r-n h j.. asant i-r a I'oii.-h io!itu-iar. s hv . p. o- jd.- wl;o had sf nt soldi.-: i. cross tho a- to. tmht for no r.--vard ntid h d r.-.-.-iv 1 nonn and M h., onit- Dm- sum" n oj.h- th y VT. tv. o". U s ap sh.o;i!d th" ohj.-'t of nmrh r --r tni. nt . " T ll in- l.ori. stly ho-v ..a s. r i v l would siv with niv nio-t inpia t; itinrr Mül'c -VoaTi fat lf. rid im. . Vor tlio truth ml - - out m lii.ndl coiiM i siti'm; . oü do not prt it i:i What vo l rend. An Kni-'iish stat.-sinan whom I h.'td known for m-mm- timr. thus . n --MU..-ii;.-d. iMiah7ad tin- l'urol-n w w-i'h iniro.Iar oropl' t.-nss ami luriditv. If I ff to Kiv his n.imv nnd a-l. to nnotf- hini h.- wonWi mit u will .oiidorf-d ruMT stauipsort ,,f stat.-rnrnt of diplomatic trilmt" t. TM.rha. It wo-jM not t. 11 what he nrd th- public h hind Id"' wi-r-r.tllv thinking That is the trou Mo witli oün ial Intf-rvi.-ws. Mi. r thr armistice your prcsi ,lr,lt' .am.- to I'ranc-. a man nC tnvstrrv. of uno.piil"d wor d pr-s-tic. th- s!at.-:nan Um. the puis" strings of th" world. K,,rw wr had to look to him for di oi .-oui iou pip a qnoto uctK-'-! tlvnk th.'t w- had to. Cold ( hair for Wilson. 'H, v.,t in the pold chair with rirm.nccaii on his rhzht and l.'.oy.l r.corc" on hi? h-ft. and w" wait.d him a vhipload of maps and :c-o-htm .'i shidonrt of maps and pro Knphial. "thnolocical and lpal -x-pfi-ts and a shipload of nrw-pap.r m'ui Amriom aiitomoVuhs rours.-.l til vtr.-rtn. '.our -oldirrs wf-rc cvcr -whPiv Aiurri'-a dominated Paris nnd Kump,-. Sho was to make pra.-o for us when it had boon our war. for which wo had paid the nriro in hiood and money.' - 'Thank von.' I said. 'This i mor" 5r.tfre5f.r.p than alt the p-aer .m:-ffr-ncr r..nimuni;urs that app"arel nt the time.' What a to-dö Mli statement frora nn Hn-di-h statesman would hnvf m.ido luriiu: the confeiem.- .whi. h was to end all -.-ret diplo riar and In frank. .p.-n .iisruio:'. jiettl'r- the :iffair of Hi" world! :id v"'.;r arrhit.-. ts planned to h-ii'd a temple ..f . t- rnal ra.-o c;.llo.l th.- Thiene of N.iti'r.'. he r o n t i n u d . "Hut v.e th!r.T that an T.ahsh- womi: Hiinti.i) r.XKi HMV(i It" th" s:r.o'..H:t mad. .' T a v 'hear echo of PONZI CASE HERE : : t i I of amid hi-im, the must i a pr i.;- in! I k tor in th- relations of I l op: -. in its !,. p. alt nations have j .ri.iUe v. :n ami lou ,t nines (l f""ii.-!i thmir- as v. II as w i-e. 'So yi laid th" o;-je! ton- of i the t Mipl" of pe.ir"' ! !1 the pr sell' " j of all th - neu p,t pej- "o i' r. s pon d - j -nts. lie i ontimu d. 'A year ami more has pas d. Xu moi " Amer- i i"an a u tm o tii 1 s rr soldp i -i are to r : in the t r t - of Paris. All our petts i ulic P.oMie l'np! .-inre tnd witli thm all the hripad j of sjieria! i-orr'-spo'ident--. Vou have' no! v.n r.iti'ed th" tr.it; no Amrie.in sits in th- supremo eoun- ;1 . xeej.t as a detached ohs rver to loo!; after the ery troublesome task of M-ttlinp all the new fnants in th :r quarters. You've lot inter ' st in piiir temple of p. ao.- in the ;ani" way well I --it's rather an I annoypip simile I have in mind.' He h"sitat-d. diploinati" habit inferen-. iiM,- after the s'rain of una' customed j a ndor. i " I'i.-.tS. 1 t me h ive it." I bePL'ed. ; ""You are a strange people to us. j powertul. enerL-etic, amazmp. tun we in Kurope do not understand iio-sihh- i-e.aMse vou arc so V'lti. You have no eontinnous for-j "im poliey as we have. So you for- t your thip!e of peace, which had. int-.etf.d you so ruuoh .it th" time. iu-t as the child ferp.-ts th- house r.f .arils that he built on the nip yesterday and is off to o'h'-r things.' " 'It looks as if the leapuc w-s to i be one of th. main issues in our j presidential campaign.' I said. 'Ifi we ha'cn't a i n t in nous forein pd-j icy we ". rtain! start"d an explosiv" on- m Paris. If you doubt it read . all the spe.-.-hes that have hen made in our s-nat" and out of it.' " P, it and there he cam- to the point emphatically 'but we in Ka rope have to live in that temple. Tt lo. s not suit us It's a very rambl inp sort of barracks, with a cellar under some parts and none under other parts; halls without stairways and stairways without halls: plumh intr without bathtubs and bathtubs without phimhinp; the walls pener ülly out of plumb; an immense back door for seen t diplomacy and no tront floor for open diplomacy, as planned; kitchens disconnected from the dininp rooms; apartments that are al! dininp rooms and no kitchens and you are not even furnishinp us the money to make needed (ha litres or to finish th" structure. Yes .the housinp question, wlra-h is universally acute. beom s a bedlam of a cri-is in that t"mp!o of yours.' " 'Of ours'." " 'Yes. s we think." " "Th. it's it what you think. 1 hep your pardon!' hi:ki: on iu sinfss. S. W'hinney, a reprc-.-nta ive of the Central Vocational office at Wash ington is in the city on official busi-ti-'. Vtv t !i i J , PostmastiT Gets Instruction? Regarding Acceptance of In ternational Reply Coupons. What is believed to b? an echo of thr Ponzi case In Boston Is contain ed in the announcement of tho pot m.ifter that international reply coupons of Italy that arc not stamp ed at the office of ie-sue. or those bcarinp the date prior to Murch 31.; 1 9 J 1 . will not be accepted at any poft office In the United States. According to the assistant post master the Italians in this country avail themselves of the opportunity to send postage to their friends and relatives in Italy through this mean". Five cent is paid for the coupons, and they are exchanged In Italy for a postage stamp, without the pay ment of any additional charges. Dealing In international reply cou pons of Italy is not as large in South Bnd now a.s It wan before thp war, though the dealing with Hungary is larger. HOLD NEGRO COUPLE FOR DETECTIYES Runaway Pair From Chicago Await Arrival of Windv Citv Authorities. Clarence Young, age IG. and Hazel Conlry, age 16, colored, were taken to tho county jail Thursday morning by local detectives to be held for Chief of Detectives James Mooney of Chicago. According to Chicago authorities the two escaped and came to South Bend with the intention of petting a marriage license. When Sergt. of Detectives Samuel Koczorwskl ap prehended the pair they aid they were on their way to Crown Point. The youth had a solid cold ring and ! plenty of money. THERE'S a lure in every iii?ht particularly the flame, and whimsically wonders if he's playing the candle light a lure to imagination which woos moth. Whether she brightens this life with her the hidden dream of him who gazes at it with "Yes" or vanishes to leave his pathway dark, h Tfo neos f-rr Jovlv fVo in the heart of knows she'll always bo the light of his heart. THE PHOTOPLAY SBT SATIQIf OP THE, AGE Represents the highest type of present day photoplays. Made in Sweden by Swedish actors who live their respec tive part3. AUDITORIUM, SEPT. 1-2. U nexpected Georgette Waist Sale or A s .-1 i ! i b 1 x o ; women t hat p.' a It h A ill. I"!'.! n w o :,.!. . I . . i that ti ec -M-o ;lu o.t . t i: t. ti m . j i: tiivj for the i ri of .vn.-'ica I to tak - war.- in-, and !o.,k '- tbp h." i'.th. It Tri :y 1m h. ad.o h.s bacl; -a y.es. dracrpmr '.ov n pair -, m-i- Vi ; v,ievj '-)..!. t.ll il' KP VM' 'I that II ' tell-tale sympto a- of -!.." .aci i der." !i; nn-nt ff-e vc:h l.v.;i '. VmUhaie.'s Vezetabl! mponnd - a j np'.o i etnedy rr.a-!'- fi n : n 1. i.s is a sooi:.c . ;..i ma '.-.Ill I'i O-l tO !e-t.C '"Ml i1 : o a health normal nil.'ion. ooooo Girls ! Howard's Buttermilk Cream An cU-fashioned beauty recipe brought up to date contains true buttermilK in the form of a wonderful vanishing cream. Sold by all firstla.s5 dru and dept. store on the money back if dissaiisfteJ ran- Hudson Speedster For Sale The prty th at owns th is car has left the city tor a year, and has left this car with us to sell. Has only run 6,000 miles, equipped with cord tires. 2 bumpers, spot liht. looks just like new and runs like new. Can be bought at a rea sonable price. Terms it desired. Superior Motor Sales Co. 213-15 South Main St Main 185 mk 7 las hmm of Most Surprising Values It will positively pay every woman in this vicinity to investigate this offer, then secure one or more of these waists. We have just purchased a truly remarkable collection of new Fall Georgette Waists, in the finest of materials, trimmings, style and workmanship. Briefly, we bought these waists at a great bargain and a bargain to us means in turn a bargain to you. There is only a limited quantity of these waists. Immediate action is imperative. Every woman can very profitably take advantage of this offer. These extraordinary Georgette Waists in values of $ 1 0, $ 1 1.75 and $12.95 all at NOW ON SALE. TRULY A WONDERFUL OFFER! Don't fail to see some of these beautiful waists in our display window. Jit received, a shipment of the New Tuxedo Wool Sweaters. Sillc Scarfs The New Nayvee Wear Flan and Wooi Scarfs, at $5.95, $7.95, $11.95 315 00 nel Middie' '311 95 mm SBlI. The New Nayvee nel Middies with full rate trimming at . . . . Wear Flan- 313.95 The Most Novel Idea of the Season! Colors Navy, Green and R?d Our Fivnter.th Tear Business Hours: Pally 8:30 a. m. to i:30 p. m. Saturday Uli 6 p. m. Ktnr CIppM Saturday Iv.eninss during Jul Ad Augusi Ends Tomorrow, Our Greatest oal4Priee Tomorrow is your last chance to share in this great savings event. We've added many fine suits to the group at half-price. Every Air-o-weave and Palm Beach is in cluded, fine wool suits in both light and dark colors. Suits for young men and men. $30 Suits $40 Suits 20 $50 Suits 1) i $60 Suits $30 Be here tomorrow and Save, Final Sale of Boys Here's your last opportunity to save on the boys' school clothes. Many have two pants. All are all-wool. Tomorrow is your last chance to buy at these prices. $15 to $18.50 Suits $20 to $27.50 Suits $30 to $35 Suits $10 $20 Boys' Blouses $1, $1.50, $2 Stockings, 45c to $1 Knickerbockers . . .$2 to $5 Caps $1 to $3 At the Breakfast Table Start the day right with a complete knowledge of city and world news of the last twenty-four hours. Don't miea the opportunity to be able to talk in telligently on any subject which might come up. Most events happen too late for evening publi cations. Subscribe to the Morning News-Times. Read it with your breakfast. You will feel better for having stored away a complete knowledge of current event. -:- ORDER NOW -:-Phone Main 2100. Ask for Circulation Department t t R 1 i &2SZri SHOP. E? rtOWEJj