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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
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BOOST PRICE OF
STAMPED ENVELOPES
.NiimimiimmmmmnmiimiiHiiimiiiiiiin f
ARGENTINA BUILDS
EMBASSIES ABROAD
tina representatievns In Taris ar.d
AIDS ITALY ORPHANS
Iondon will be accompanied with
with their rank. Appropriations
for these purchases have already
been asked for and are included in
the hudset for 1920. An appropria
tion for the embassy at Madrid will
be asked for later on. In this man
ner all Argentine embassies in Amer
ica and Kurope will be installed in
edifices of their own.
This Suit Sale is for
Thursday only.
This Suit Sale is for
Thursday only.
BUENOS AI HKS. Sept. 7. Argen
tina plans to raise to the rank of
embassies her legations in I'nsrland.
France. Italy and Germany, placing
them on the same footing ns her for
eign representations In Spain and In
the United States.
This higher standing of the Argen
Postmaster Huntrr Notified of I
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Increase By Washington
Office
Be here early for best
Be here early for best
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Prrt miMT Hiintrr w,n ndvld
Tur.iiy th" t owjn;: to th incr-i?ed
ro of "i.an uf -jcture th price of
Ftarrper. rnvHopes h.ivrt hrn slightly
ln"rrn fsd, rfTcotlvr aftr Fpt. 1.
The number five, vhito cr amber,
wo-cnt, ha vp rai.w'i 2 0 rents on
the tlirtuMml; number ."52
cent.; nurnlcr rlht'. "6 rnts;
number r.ino's, 36 cent.: arn'i num
hr IV. :t cent.
A rf,rmlt Is not necessary for !n
Importation of tho following mer-
hanl!o Into Germany: Foodstuffs
f'-r personal us of the Importer,
whr-n the following rntrirtions are
rompliM with, each rnrcel shouM
rontain only or.o kaliram (two
pounds) nf each of the following
articles: margarine, fats, bread anl
all baker jroods, pastes, macaroni,
tea and coffee.
Soap, cmdlf.s and frtareh aro not
to exceed five pounds, but no pack
ns'p should contain butter, Fuprar.
flour, rickles or Inbster. Foodstuffs
and personal effects sent as gifts
and for the personal u?e of the ad
dresvps will be admited by Cierman
futnm officers free of duty, who,
however, muft ne fatisfied that the
foodstuffs and effects are really
and destined solely for the personal
ue of the addressees and members
of his family.
C.lxc Article List.
The following is a list of articles
jvnd effect subject to duty In the
mails to n.C3'Pt, according to Po.st
ma.fter Hunter Tuesday. Articles of
fcold or sliver; Jewelry: all articles
having any ?alable value whatever
and consequently subject to cuftoms
duty; precious stones; pieces of
money; arms or parts of arms; silk
vorns and bees; bacteria cultures
and all mushrooms harmful to
jlants; chryflis; larva; insects and
their epjrs; cotton seed; poisonous
mbstanccs; decayed substances; na
tron; salt peter; tobacco seed.. Juice
or extract; and hashish and its
r-oeds.
fihaving: brushes and barber's
rn:?hes are pubjected to a bacterio
logical examination and if found to
contaminated will be destroyed.
TITLED AUSTRIANS
HOLD THEIR HONORS
VIENNA. Sept. 7. Former bear
ers of Austrian titles, now prohib
ited, are trying to perpetuate them
lotr.illy by chancing their names so
that tho title hyphenated to the fam
ily name, becomes a lepral name. For
instance the Count von Grabentien
would become Graf-Orabenstein. Hut
the government has ruled in prin
ciple that this cannot be done. .
Some of the old aristocracy still
evade the law hj' usinp: visiting
cards, obviously newly printed, with
the title and the von lightly lined
through with pen or pencil. One
younjr. Vienna noble, with a sense of
humor, has a card about like this:
Mr. Smith.
Cre-ted count of the Empire by Tlis
Imperial Wchness the Emperor In
1717.
Made plain Mr. by Dr. Renner in
1D1S.
FREE TO
ASTHMASÜFFERERS
A New Homo Method That Anyone
Can TJso Without Discomfort
cr Los3 of Time.
XTe hare cew method that controls Asthna.
and we want you to trr it at rur exrene. No
tnsttcr whether ymir case in of lone standine cr
recent dre!ornient, whether it is rreent a
rcasonal or chronic Asthma. you hcu!d send
fcr a free trial cf cur tiethod. No tnatttr in
what climate you live, no mitter h.it your age
cr occnration. if sounre troubled with asthma,
our method hould retiere you riotnptly.
We especially wsnt to send ft to th-e rrar
ently hopclesi cases. wb err all forms cf inhalers,
douches, opium rreraratlcxn. fumes, "patent
inok." etc.. have failed. We want to show
evtrymeat curexreae, that thlj new method
is desijned ta end ail difficult breathing, all
wheeling, and all those terrible taroxysms at
ence.
This free cfTer Is too Important to neniect a
finxleday. Write now and tesrin the method
tonce. Send no money. Simply mail coupca
beJow. Do it Tcxiay.
FREE TRIAL COUPON
FROmER. ASTHMA CO.. Room t9K
Niagara and HuJon btrrets. LutTaTo. N. Y.
Sctid free trial cf your method to:
Hall mark Special
Bread Tray
$6.50
MaJe cf Hallmark ShefncU Hate
II V lcnü" wide, fj Hallmark Spe
cials are produced in Urse quantities
to meet the demand cf 500 Hallmark
Dealers. That is why we are able
to maintain on these low priced
tpeculs, the high standard cf work
manship and fV.ush which Is charac
teristic cf Hallmark merchandise
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Mrs. John A. Drake, president of
the American Free Milk and Helief
Fund, who ha.s left for Italy with
supplies for baby sufferers of the
world conflict. She will pay a visit
to the Vatican and will be honored
by a formal presentation to the
king and queen.
MODERN DRESS HIT
BY WELSH PASTOR
CARDIFF. Wale?.. Sept. 7. Apain
a British clergyman has put his foot
down against the prevailing fash
ions in women's dress and refused
to give communion to all vomen
who kneel at the altar rail In attire
which he may regard as immodest.
Father Joseph Parlin. celebrating
high mass at Saint Paul's Roman
Catholic church here, issued the fol
lowing warning to his congregation::
"I hope," he said, "that lady mem
bers of my parish will not attempt to
attiro themselves in some of the
present day fashions. If any im
modestly dressed woman approaches
the altar for Holy Communion I
shall refuse to allow her to partake
of the sacrament, passing her by a
if she did not exist."
Catholic Priest Deaf
rAnd Dumb From Birth
nOKDKAUX, France. Sept. 7.
Jean Marie Joseph Charles Ii
Fonta, novice of the Order of the
Assumption, who has Just been or
dained priest, is according to church
authorities, the first person deaf and
dumb from birth received into the
Unman Catholic priesthood in his
tory. During two years of study at
Rome the Abbe La Fonta was given
special examinations and" finally they
way into the church was opened for
him by order of the Pope.
The Itching Torture
of Skin lisease
No Relief in Sight Until the
Cause is Removed.
Just because the itching and
discomfort becomes so intense,
the average person afflicted
with skin diseases is led away
from the proper rational treat
ment in their anxiety for some
measure of relief from its tor
ture. Mere temporary relief from
the flaming skin irritation
should not deter you from
seeking its cause and re
moving iL
In other words, you should
not be content to have only
temporary Telief from the ter
rifying itching and burning of
fiery skin diseases. And that
is all you can possibly get from
the use of salves, ointments, lo
tions and other local remedies
applied to the surface of the
skin.
Temporary relief will do you
but little good if you are a vic
tim of itching eruptions, tetter,
rash, eczema or other terrify
ing skin disorders. Soon all
the itching and irritation will
break out afresh with renewed
fury, and you should be con
vinced that no amount of local
treatment can possibly rid you
of your trouble.
Such remedies will doubtless
afford some measure of tempo
rary refief, but why should you
be satisfied with makeshift
remedies that can make no pro
gress toward ridding you of
your affliction?
all
1 The most colorful season of the year. The time when
men most appreciate clothes that harmonize with the sea
son. Buy your Fall clothes at Vernon's Our cooperative
plan makes it possible for us to keep the price tags looking
mighty modest. You get a dividend on every dollar you
spend here.
And there's some wonderful color and material combi
nations in the Fall suits and top coats. Browns predomi
nate, with the new grays, blues and mixtures running
about neck and neck for second choice.
Come Thursday, Interurban Day, and bring a friend.
VERNON
''Every Inch a Clothing Store
It will not be so difficult to
rid yourself of skin diseases if
you will but realize that these
troubles originate in the clood,
and if you expect real substan
tial relief you must treat them
j through the blood. Millions of
I tiny disease germs find lodg
ment in the blood, where they
'multiply rapidly and attack
some part of the surface of the
j skin where there can be no re
sistance. Realize, then, that you can
know no real and genuine relief
until these germs are eradi
cated from your blood.
S.S.S. has given great satis
faction in the treatment of skin
diseases, because it is such a
thorough blood purifier. It
cleanses the blood of all accu
mulations and thus frees it of
the germs that attack the skin.
Why not use this intelligent
method of treatment? Begin
today to take S.S.S. and dis
card all local theatment which
can give nothing but temporary
relief. S.S.S. is sold by all
druggists.
Remove the germs from
your blood and you will
be rid of the cause of your
skin troubles.
S.S.S. has been on the mar
ket for more than fifty years,
and every year adds to its pop
ularity. If you want expert advice
without cost, write all about
your case to Chief Medical Ad
viser, 284 Swift Labo ratory,
Atlanta, Ga.
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OUTH
SENS
Right in the beginning of the season we are launching one of the greatest Suit Sales in the his
tory of South Bend. We vere fortunate to receive three hundred Suits from one of.New York's
foremost suit houses. Suits that were made to sell up to $75.00.
j Thursday
I This Attractive
All the popular new modes. Soft, supple
Hats of Lyons and Panne Velvet, crusher ef
fects, off-the-face styles, tarns, chin-chins.
1 There is not a Hat in the group that isn't worth much more.
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Let Us Make Fall
Cleaning a Pleasure
For You
The shortage of competent help moans nothing to the
housewifo who relies on B B service, supreme for assist
ance in Fall cleaning.
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Ru&s, carpets, draperies the coarsest and tho finest as
wtU respond magically to the B B cleaning process. A
telephone call insures immediate a.sistance. Karly return
of furnishings is assured. The B B vay is tho right way
and the best way.
THE B. B. CLEANERS
RUEL N. BEEBE. Prop.
10 TV. Colfax Are.
231 Tl Tutt St.
Samuel C. Lontz & Süds
The Home of Klean Koal
Ett Colfax Avcnua
NEWS-TIMES WANT
END
Materials of Velour, Tricotines, French Serges, Poiret
Twills, Gabardines, Broadcloth and Mixtures.
Colors Navy, Brown, Black, Pekin Blue, Taupe, Grey
and Maroon.
Styles Ripple effects, straight lines, tailored models,
high backs. Fur collars and cuffs with Coney and Nutria
trimmings. Just one of a kind.
A Special
Group Has Been
rhonen:
Hell. 1444, 3332
AntomaUc, 1448
SAIWL SPIRO & CO.
11D.1S1 8. Michigan St.
Home of
ES.&M Clothes
ADS BRING RESULTS
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Sale of New Fall Hats I
Attractively Priced For Tomorrow 1
Every popular shade represented Pheas
ant, henna, copper, copen, navy, hunter's
green, Negre, brown, sand, also black.
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Specials for Wednesday and Thursday
2412 lb sack (4 77
White Eagle Flour p ! I I
Dixie Bacon,
per lb
Best Wisconsin
Cheese, per lb
Brookneid Creamery
Butter, per lb
No. 2 Can Red
Beans, 2 for
No. 2 Can Tomatoes,
2 for
10c Roll Toilet
Paper, 5 for
29c
34c
60c
23 c
23c
23c
Fancy Michigan Canning Plums
per bushel
A FULL LINE OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES AT
LOWEST MARKET PRICE ALWAYS ON HAND
If You Want to
Buy, Sell or Exchange
TRY
News-1 imes Want Ads
selection.
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Swift's Silvrrleaf
Pure Lard per !S
231c
25c
27c
No. 2 Can Peas.
2 for
No. 2 Can Corn,
2 for
Large Bottle Snidcr's
Catsup for
1 -lb. Can Best Tuna
Fuh for
Fresh Eggs,
per dozen
25c
19c
No. 1 Can (Class A Brand)
Tomatoes,
3 Cans for
25c
$2.49
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