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W.T 3TOtNTTt, ATT7FST 27. tüM t i i i I 1 FACTORY EMPLOYE HELD FOR ARSON Titled Folk Watch Yacht Races HOLD NEGROES FOR ASSAULTING PASTOR Go-hen .Man Said By Police to He Responsible For 15 ig Firt. 4 fCSHCN. Ir.'i . A up-. rv Louli Li'rif r. C". Jc!irp r.vzr ar.'! .i flrshen frfory finpk.'.r. is in th with .ir?rr. fsrwl uv.-il.; t j-rocirc Mil. Arr't-- follov inc rly? rurt;on nf In thi ' Jtv In n mvtcrioui blaza iit July. ninlr '. i plac! un dr bond Two davs ngro Tony Oorrf. of Mari''-!. Ind.. deputy In'inr.a rtatr fire mHrh.iI. nmp to '(-hr and xnmlnr'i Blcr.'ifr. To- '.tv in a!Irrr'J -- ff "i"r: w.js ä- "urf-i from thf pr''r:,r. in Trh'ch h i .-ti'i to Invr admittM causing Th Phjll.bT Br". ronpr re bliz ! And thf 1 irr.Tr.? -f Iiiihr H. Bar-tlir!mu- i.nrr., in 'vhih n -iuto- li -' 'iiiiii.'t c to Ihr ur.rnT'jpi"d plint rf th I M : ?Mit to JV ftrrsn vil V rrform itory. I fl . . I- tirrv in GhTi f-o'id. Soon aftr ; ; '. Iii r r i c - th"v airjp h.amc com-t t f .' " '' , r.vn. Irv.irnbiv PIr.dT ras , j nn'orstr tlt firf. i rvn or. tho .so', ! I ' ... v ........ . ... 4.. . I , I T i j r i if ?l i Charge Men With Entering Church and Attacking Minister. . i ,1 'I u i H Conrinr Hl Or-ratlon-. T - - ' 1 V T W WW W In n- .rly al! hl. oprratior.;. i frfe ' 'tvST V ; i V V 1 nnn-I hlrn-lf to onr rV.rn of J T I .V V , ' j rrw of Krvm! hrrr faotorl that I V; f ' . "iCC5 . , X V - : U ! i r'T' o-c-!pd dT':rtion appralri to f;i-rrt .i ijthritir for pprrlal prctrrljrn tho deputy ftato flr w.rl-.'i i -iliod. M'.jch livn .M'k pr.'hM i" f:r"-5 that ar- 3- lr-I lo hir h'n cvis'd by R!rn ! r toj'-hlrc mi ton. Hlrder. i : Mid. i addirtd to '"-5?i-r u of 'iMor and drutry. trral wfkx jc1 It was found In :i hlp,'?? t iff In in lntrurhan .ir In S-;jth Pnd and takn to a hovpita! in that ritv. whrr upon rcn inln r rnn.-ii,jsn. e.plj!n ' i that h" fHd not tr to rommit M,id'. u'i t !iportd. but that I; had ta!:n .'ilohl and carbollo Lrd Rpdinpr, Durh" of Sutherland. Lady nratty and thir party on th landinp stag? at Cow? on thir way to th re'tt in which th kin?'. yacht Britannia amc out winner. ai1 for th purposo of prttinj drunk -md succeeded in dinp: ?o. Tolicp hr think that Blender durinff thr 14 years h has had a manii for firincr buildinps has caused destruction of from "o to 25 barns, factories and .-hantirc So far a !s known ho nvrr fired a rsidenco. INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. Don't offer your wifo gift?; if you want to retain her love keep her busy dointc: things fur you, Trof. Geor?e Tapy of W.iba&h colleo aii.-od a te:ichr'rt InMitut Itcre. Tapy baped th theory on a psychological t-tudy of rmo-tion?. Leroy Mathews ar.d Garf.fld Boy well. 7 4 2 Francis ft.. negro., charprd with ahaultinc Rev. Lort Powell, pastor of the Kddy &t. A. M. ! K. church w ill ho arraigrjed in city j court Sept. I. It is alleged in th complaint that the two mor entered the oaft idf f church Sunday night and whilf Rev. Powell was preaching: the two men arr5f and took tho ministrr from the rortrum. It 15 al?o Faid that thnj minister was draped about tno church. The Horoscope FRIDAY. AIT.. 27. The a.tro'iOical chart for thl? day is unufual in that there are but two of the planets in aspect with Luna and Uranus is in opposition with Sol. Neither position may be read as of propitious influence, as both of thcj-o planets, operating out side of our solar chain, arc erratic, eccentric, radical and revolutionary in their nature. They prrsijre sur prising, abrupt and unconventional events and situation?. Thee pe culiar conditions i-hould be avoided by discreet, cautious and well-considered actions in all the activities of life. Avoid new enterprires, ejuarrel? and litigations Thofe whos.e birthday It is may have a year of unu?ual experience?. They should be discreet and pru dent in all affairs. A child bor.n on thia day may have very unusual trait?, be bold, adventurous, ccoen- trio and unsettled. It may succeed best in employment. Weigh op- ! portunlties. DLTROIT. Mich. Salvatorr Tca Mas not sure of Iiis pirl's love and framed a kidnaping he rouM rorup licr. By mistake his tJiroc ac complices kldnapod a nerres whr "cleaned Iioum" irn the lilankct h.in rcmocil from about Iter liod 3 SOUTH BEND'S ONLY rDXRSO.LINf; STORI3 GRAND LHADER 855335 fo)C COr.E HERE FOR REALE! (ga ii q) nlßW M (Rj B) 15) E SAVINGS COMPARE tTTTTN m fYTri .onrrrrrrrn nTrnr- I N I I ' A I IIlliHI1IlV tl U I I F J I I If 1 IILIIMI I illl fi I 4 I I II I II f IV II Bull fl I ! 11 I I I I I I I C III I H A I St U.IH N)J. GRAND LEADER The Home of True and Good Values We Always Sell It for Less WOMEN'S $2.00 SILK CAMISOLES n p W3Rbahl. Satin H gJlm i CaUftVs in f,f5 2m U eolor: all si- KD- M etil for only t up. Saturday WOMEN'S FINEST $1.50 en v urQV r la-e eff-t F t" ff and pl: In f I rrttv f tripe eaves and amed back Bocaue flikriatly iru perfect WOMEN'S $2.50 DRESS ft m m A f KU IM bid fat C'-lor M cf Of f.r.rtt Peralep. nicely mni and ir!Ei "ir.erows'y ciit. oa fflle Siturdiy 5 BARS PALMOLIVE SOAP FOR Farcou TslaaoliT o.ip; on n ?at-t- in.r.a rru, b.irp for Nor.e fi' I to Fr.il litp.n. Q 11 ff ft i I u A ADVANCE SALE OF WOMEN'S $45.00 FALL UMS T)fi.50 n offer Af S.iturdar re will acsl one lot of be.nitlful new- suits fit Made wol relour. coldtone. fi'.rer tones nnd wool pprre. rr to wn.oo MrxMXß TKKOT1NK AND MLK DRESSES Silk bnid in beaded trira ni(i wool trlftlnes and oharrrln? bilk, f.itin and omMmtlon dresfs in all tbe lif-w fall sbudes. at sif.vfA 24. 00 STYLJslI MW M..S0 PLEAT11D SKKGE SKIRTS Sereral pretty new fflll mM In nary. Forj. dainty plaid? and firaall c.e''k. in lidir? rolors; all les at SALE OF NEWEST FALL STYLISH Oqp rark of vo'ji-n-F Miss? Nwt Fill Stjle Pr'i-i-cs i! Sük r.iSfetaf. Sitln and Wonl S'-rcs Tl'ee ro 5-irp!',K Come early and crer frf-t ebr.t.-o of tbse pretty PrehTf s it . . B i MS ) K 1 What Will Yon now that we have proven to you beyond every rea sonable doubt, the past season, that ur Regular Selling Price is Below all End of the Season prices of High Rent Stores, at the beginning of the last Spring season. We Warned You that the same suit which you so proudly bought and paid for would be offered to anyone else before the end of the season for 1-2 what you paid for it. You Have Lived io See It Come True We have advertised this fact in this community, and the way people are flocking into this store to inves- ! Hü 3p IS SAVE ON SCHOOL TOGS WQ 12.50 0HPTQ(srfc 5 wool vJÜS S $0.95 erabT. t'-'lk. srroni will -,n Arm." ZZl "Ren: This sile ef bov" b ! Ii irr.i'i f-turdy wfnr.c Suit at $3.!V) should tempt ye-i f h'ly now Ail nev tv!e and rxreptir.nlly vfil r.-..!. Boys $2.041 Fine MrliH-d Perrale fllll Noa BLOUSES JÖC SWEATERS 9.94 C-3 Boys' $2 Sturdy Wool Mixed Knickers, 1.29 Boys' Up to $12.50 Junior Serge Suitst 7.95 Boys' $2 Blk. Sateen Shirts and Blouses, 1.49 ha P. LOVELY NEW $5.00 GEORGETTE- nn AND TRICOLETTE BLOUSES (fl) H H ii. 'ili' i "":!'in:ui u'u nur' uar" ,Lal,' us i j 'w. -rf W v ' , l V i.'.ici.s iM:r;rr si.o gix.ham, Dj ?- Li V- iJ j a ij Ea o . i"! r-retv risiif M DO Ii ) 'jtif'j! n" mv 00 I f nureb.i "ffer these lvrlr fcfnd embroidered ani beaded trr,rotte and sik Trl'Oletfe Motives in vhlte and rilf eolnrs :t 1ut 2.00 VOILE ORGANDY louses 89c 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f f minimi mumm 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Child's $3 Gingham Dresses, sizes 2 to 6, $1.94 ChUd's 75c Parity Waist Union Suits 49c Girls' $1.50 Black Sateen Bloomers . 79c Girls S4.00 Slip-Over Sweaters, Special . $2.98 h :.r Mors" üid f.frl' STOCKINGS 39c f.'rlH rrntr Fall HATS $1.95 IB Men's $1.75 Ribbed and Athletic UNION SUITS Mn. whv pur more! ine are estri fine quality eeek nainfnk athltie; also fine e!is tlc ribbed Union Suits at 98c UJJ lfl II i I U it ! tigate These New Fall Suits 0 FALL HATS Evervthinc; that Felts, cloth and wool hats, 53.00, $4.00, $5.00, $6.00 to $8.00. A hat for cvcr face. X m. j r 1 fe 7 reassures us that our advertising was read in the same spirit in which it was written, i. e., to give you the 'M ATX i i no s 1 Vtf Woman's $1.50 T1net sjw. SILK CHOSE 151 Finest Fibre Silk IIo?e. in $.1 Txhlte. blak. eorf'ovan: (.1 all pood vr.ir1nsr q'ial- il tU'; doiiblt. hr and t . Vij l iri-o V 9 c AT OUR FAMOUS UNDERSELLING PRICES EXQUISITE NEW $8 AND $10 FALL TRIMMED HATS j earlv f-ill Hits crr h"n inj? M South rend, ?ind to think. r'-rilirLZ-i Li rabje up f .b- at In-lid"l ,n re yfinnit'- I'ti r r viis "-lvf-t. lo Tr.iU5p i rent r-nui inn.i.' ... . CHIC NEW $3.50 SILK VELVET TAPIS 1.98 UP TO $7.00 NEW FALL TniPflisrn atp i n I m in cm iihio cr n n r.eauTif'illy trimmed Nerv r-lvf Hats, sm-trtesr shir-; in an alnioet eclles.s vHriery of blitk and e.'.;or. 1 f in larp and sm.:il hats; in all the C . latept New Yrk tvs " rnparefi these .V..r trimmed Hats ith anyt l f f and 57 alurs. u will a maze. I when von i;n Trhjt e off'-r m at ENVELOPE CHEMISE, GOWNS. PETTICOATS, SATIN CAMISOLES Eeantififiiv triisfl frnt urd bflrV -with n:.-"it embroil' tt and ribbon . c "" ird vvi .""t rabjr"; t -j;r roT-.J at $1.89 7 I i i r3 1 Ttst $iel Füll ORSETS In f.n?t Tr'n-b '-e':tlL !iToi flifti" p: ffC ha. fc- !)' mod"'; f'r- ft f.Mir:- ar. -! full r"ir f 1.94 $7.50 WOOL FINISH BLANKETS PAIR $5.95 SALE OF BLANKETS AT LESS THAN 20 PER CEP4T OFF $4.00 LARGE BED BLANKETS PAIR $2.94 t I i r i i y j w, - -------T i .in. iiMM Mil in i ti.wmmtm kmhi """i' inii.ii.iiin i i hw. ram. . w . i mi mm ". n - i . - ' ' - i y f c to the clothing industry at a saving of $ 1 0.00 to $20.00 on ev ery suit. The style and fit of these garments is a pleasure to see. Prices $20 to $70 ilens and Young Men's Suits that sell regular ly in other stores at $60, $65 and $70 are here at . I oune M en's and Men's Suits that sell else where for $45, $50 and $55 are here at Suits for Men and Young Men that sell else where for $35, $40 and $45 are here at $45.00 134.50 S24.45 CAPS The last word in snappy young men's hand tailored caps, made from all the new fabrics, $1.50 to $5.00 tJST tcec man' tri two Par pants. Sizes 21 to 18 years. Prices High School Suits for Boys who are buying their first long Pants. Prices $20.00 to $40.00 Would you like to dispose of your Vacant Lot We have: several automo biles in first class shape that we will trade for vacant lots. Come in and look them over. Superior Motor Sales Co. 213-15 South Main St. Main 185 9 TT TT T7 w e ita a e the second and third floors of our building, and lack cf floor space compels us to Leased IRLeeluice O fA 0 T1 TIT Consequently we are offering at hi n -jy ZsZS Vji LJa j Dubbelbilt and other makes in Boys Suits are fully guaran- SWEATERS JUS! ARRIVED i4-5U to J18.75 Hundreds of Men's and Young Men's Xtra Pants $3.00 to $10.50 Look Elsewhere Before Coming Here . Open Every .fumoon TUl 6 o'clock at io r. yi. George JL Piatt CMMei a : 4,9&9" COR. WAYNE AND MICHIGAN STREETS SOUTH BEND Strictly Cah Policy No Rad IclH No Loe No Profit crrins Thor Mln .'10. rnr.n c. i kanz. it. JOHN B. KlLsTEItr. Vlre-rrr. Kuespert and Franz, Secret Service. Ltcc ns?d. Ve banfiie all lriftiinnte Surret STTl'e ork ail .'ts I. ranches. art ss e-'LiI A;c3ts for Hallrada. Bank. Attorneys, Merchants auJ fa- W do cot rpra: for :war l? Cor- rt'sron'lerits In :tl pr!n i,n '.itjes. Ope:i fTtnlr.s ur.til Ö p. ra Suite 2 Old Fellas Bilff. Maiu St Wastlr.stoa At. S-t.i Bui. In.l. Sive monsy tr' ratron!zrnj merchants that advertise 20 DISCOUNT RED STAR DETROIT VAPOR OIL STOVES Work like gas. Burn kerosene, gasoline or distillate. OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF 20 DISCOUNT DETROIT-JEWEL RANGES COMBINATION RANGES HOT-BLAST HEATERS 20 DISCOUNT GENUINE PHILADELPHIA LAWN MOWERS A late shipment gives you a complete stock to choose from. W Do not overlook this opportunity to save money. All goods guaranteed. s ! -r ft w r r- o 226 SOUTH MICHIGAN ST. sua sauuoujtak'