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THE SOUTH BEND NEW5-TIM3 SENATORS YIKD UP IHVE3TIGÄTI0I! OF REPUBLICAN FUNDS . Pmlo Commitfro Will Opn Hearings Arzain in cw York "City Srpt. 22. Pr , . - - liff d IT s3 : CHICAGO, S-;,t. 1 1 . Tli" fri ,r' it", n 1 1 ' ( e i n ' ? ' i 1 : i mv. .'!" n T" n 'i ; ;." Saturday v.'rur.d up a -a -. : ' inquiry to r -a "., - by d'v c thit th- repu rdia n par'y . t . rr.:.Z 1 J r."' , . it fund. The j . ; r. : ? w.M nice agiin or ! m!r 'J- I:-; e;4hr W jshingt''!! r .s -.. Vorl., h i ! r i; . r. K -"."''.n !;-. pr.v. J t J to rho-c T)l r;ty. S. r. K ':'; n s ud That if W:ih::v,' ? r n w t e ; i c 1 1 ' 1 t h e wi.'.i1 ; w b o were to have h'ff; h'ard it I " i r t -'burg ),a e.ai'ed to the eapital. Tb- M.mniittt-i- hat p!.in.r.f ! :t meet ing In Pittrb.'rg to mve-ti.; ate re ports that Ivrinsylvar.i a li.j-ior in terests w(-ro hdping ttr.incc the "Dry" A. Mitchell l'alm.. r'; demo cratic ra rrpa!K.-i. -Tv MciiiliTs Absn. Saturday's hearing was eon lurfed f-y Chairman Km yon. repuhliean, arfl Fens, rnrnf rmc and Ii'ed. dem ocrats. Hms Spencer and Kdget rr puMirar.p. wer absent, tbe latter having Wt f'hieago Friday night. Il' puMi'-.Tn nVins for n seven-day drive for funds in Chicut-e v.a.s tl:e topic of Saturday': Inquiry. Frederick Courtenay Tlarher. of NVw York, a prof ssion.al money raif-rr, in charre of the Chi'vairo r' ptilli"ir drive, told the romniittff he hid prepared a card index of about 25,000 prosr ertlv? contribu tors. Including a preferred list of home 700 io-00. each of which was believed Able to give Jl.ono. Up wards of 2.ff)i worlrr ar pp?.i-m1 - - - c in tho onc-wrpk drive, ho said, with J500.000 as th goal. Announci'M Goal. Testimony bv Caleb nuix, a Incal newspaperman that the republican . rational committ hid sent out , publicity .mattrr sivlnir tho Chicago quota as $700.000 l-.j Mr. rarb-r to Kiy that hf had hrard others make th1 Famo tatrrnent but he I-t them rave." His Roal. h em ph.i?Ized, was $500.000. "Did j'otj ?rr di.scii5s th .amount with F'nM W. I'pham. trrasurrr of tho republican national committee." akd fen. Reed. "Yes fdr. that Is trVro was not an nwful lot of di.sru?f--ion about it. Mr. Ppham would My Fomethini? and I would listen and not contradict him. . all the time with my own plan in mind. Mr. Upham. In ?nm! talks , nvith me, mentioned $7on,00O hut I 'could not be. sure whether he mon 'tioned It for nil of Illinois or only for Cook, county. SOUTH BEiSD MEX TO ORGAMZE ORC 1 1 EST HA FOR CO MI KG SEASON Adrclrer of good dance, music will - dt lighted to Fear of the or panizatlon of a new dance orches tra thrmih the efforts of Ccorvc Miller ar.fl Ivtwrenee '.- Anderson, two weli known local musician?. T!im orchestra -v i li be a romtination of piano, violin, banjo, saxophone and drums. Roth Mr. Miller and Mr. Ander son will b remembered as bein.g former member of the. Fill Donahue orchestra. Miller playing ban.io an.l Anderson playing trap drums. Wil liam Morse, another member of the Donahue erchei-tra, has been secured to pi ly MOlin. while Herman Sack, of the eRdpath Chautauqua, will bo heard en the piano. Roland Gam, of the Isham Jones orchestra which has made a splendid hit through the Frunsvick 1 ince records, has been secured as saxophonist. The hew combination will be known as the Anderson-Miller Dane Fand and Orchestral It initial appearance in iouth Rend will be made at a dance to be given in th Rotary room ai the Oliver hotel next Saturday eve rinc from 0 to 2 o'clock. The services of th new orchestra has been secured by the Fhi Delta Kapp.t fraternity for its big dance to be givm armJrdlce night at the Oliver hotel. Nov. IF POLICE SEARCH FOR DEMENTED WOMAN WHO STRAYED FROM HOME Working the oontwlenoA rrame in Ber.ton JIarbor. Mich . Saturday aft ernoon two men and t'.vo women sueofsfully m i1a thflr peta'Aiy and the local police drpartrmnt was ask- : ed to .?id m appr hen'linc them. A telephone call w.is received early Saturday evinin; from the chief of police at Renton Harbor requesting assistance and the motorcycle orh- rern were detailed to patrol the hihwars In search of the peoj!e ho ,ut- driving a, closed car bearing Ohln license number l63Sb. The 1- c il police were unsueces.-f ul in locating the party. FACTIONS PREDICT SUCCESS IN MAINE PORTLAND. Me.. Spt. 11. Vic tory in th Maine state election on Monday was claimed by both re publican &nd democratic leaders in statements is.-iit d tonight, v. hen the final ra'lU s and mass meetings of the ni;;p.i;i:n wro held. The re i dMiMs predict d a 'plurility of from 2 0. con to r.VOO" and the de mocrats pricted success ""by i tmall maJ'-Mty." Frank Ham. chairman of the r--y:;lli.'.i!i stat" eommittee, rlairicl that Col. Fr. F rick H. 1 rk'mn m. c iii did itf for OiVt'l-IVV O'.lld JWe-M in with, him "four republic in con l: i.'iri-.fn a repuM:-. an F i; .el it u : t: ! e rv c :nty Fit one." l.o iis J. T'r.iun. rhurr.i,. .1 of the ni "! t':r st.it e v M.ini:tte, Sill 1 R-trand G. Mclr'y-r, cm !.d.:. f.-.r go-, err. or. h id- a i 1 im pre.- - 'on upo;-" the peojd'1 ai'.d a ir..i.i jr:t of th? p-op:v ef M :: 'ir- un !A:i! f.F.y :: t'avo: of tlie p'a -- thaty." ' LOS A GELES MAN TO OPEN G. O. P. CAMPAIGN li"-.. .Tc-'- n ,r-"r :' t f F s A' - '.- v.'.l e-ven rr p .1 li c.; r. c .:..;.!' . in S).:V". '. 1 :.? th- h:-; ch ii'i'litm ;..?a : Kri '.ay i :tch.t at S o'el-.-',; ii- v,:l! d.-.-.-s t':.- r- -..b-l;e .n , lufoiru. : -..-'. :d.r.- ti e I.. . u t i iti"-.? i ti :r.:ai: e 'vill m. : th- L:;.. hi, a. r.d wi'd a - h:ni i.. .i .F Quaricia at the v.. DE A THS .thtin j:. Miu.m. it. m :. ; r. .r ..; i. :r.r c :..':) a Z . ar. ! ' U- -h il.' a; i i . I r. w.t a ', i r i . y .-. - 11 1 1 v a v;f--. A'.:-ur-i. nrl ;;:;;.:;; Mr.-. John V' 'If , il) I". K i t ; Mrs. Nora M. Str;r:-.-r. i ' . M. (.ho ht.; Wilham yiil-.'T. I N CarI:-- Mr. Katl.. riT-. F. W'r:-r.t. 420 Tvl-'-r .-t . c: .r. nr.. ;.;:;. r. ::-. k. v ;iv, ar.d C!d- a-1 Lulu ! r. rc-;.:i-. r' at home. T'.vo broth" r. sir-v.v- hi-.:. .J. .5.-th MiH-r. of '.'y. ai.-I W'.ll.an. F. M-i.ir, of Art: os Ir. I. Mr. M.'ir brn in Tavr" r-u-.t v. ""h.. ..''.-. , F; ? 1 . an"1, orr: .! r.- 1 ' y . t'r.-.-i Donaldson. J:.'!. Iff v.: i.-. i rr ;ct on An: 1;TI. to Au-u-ci A. Frow. r, of -v.r..--. Fh Trr-' fur.rri! '.i'l bp hld from fh rt y.f r. M o ;:'! a v af r-r:.'".. p at oviork. Rev. Ii. F. Mrduary .:V;riat in. Furiai will l,- in H:verview cem. t'-rv. CHARU S A rfTciir.i:. Charles A. Fitflier. f.t ' a r old. '.unir.: 5" . (ie, ar':r. (v i afternoon at 1 o'c'or following a stroke o apopb y .suffered thrr- and one-half chiyn ago while paint ing n boas.- aT 4 2 r, S Cushintr .ct. IF- i.- survived by a -vif r , Cora, and one sister, Mrs. Mary Ni-holyou, -10 N'. Cu.-hin? st. Mr. Fitm.-r was br.rn at FafF-an -:e, Ir.'l.. June f. Ft.."7. and came here 2.1 vrars aero frnni Appl. ton, Minn. He wa.s mar ried on Oct. 19, FSS2, to 'ora L. Dunn, Dowafriac. Mich. The funeral will i- held from th1 residence Tuesday afternoon at 2:-i0 o'clock. Rev. Jan:.-; Cardir.er of!i ciatir.. an.l Pa v. A. M. asiM in. Ilurial will be in Hi-rhlind temetery. ,VVXA I-Onsil FR J7YVT7K. ' Mrs. Anna Louise Frewer died at her home. DC S. St. Loui.s bivd. Faturilay S pt. 11 at 7:30 o'c lock in the morning-. She had been ill eight months. She was born at Goshen. Ind., Nov. 17, 1871. ar.d was 41 years old. She Is survived by her hus-'-.ar.d. Henry Frewer. her moth er. Mr:-. Pauline Wagaman. a sisti r. M;.-s Ida Wagaman, and one broth er, Fdward Wagaman. The funeral will be held Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock from St. Jo seph's church. Rov. p. j Carroll of ficiating. Rurial will be in Cedar Grove cemetery. ' ArniTORir.M. "Partners of the Night," th big special production which opens at the Auditorium Monday for two days wns prepared for the screen by Hex Urach and Samuel OoMwyn. The story is from the pen of Le Roy Scott, famous novelist, whose title of tho above story forms the basis for six of the best and most thrill intr detective stories over written. In "Partners of The Niu'ht" a young lieutenant detective named Clifford finds hi.s every mov ar.d ambition blocked by a superior who is a crook, and who ultimately is exposed by tho aid of a female criminal after a number of sensational scenes which make excellent screen material. This picture flashes pen picture4? of the mysterious criminal underworld of New "York, its aristocrats and its dead beats and its detectives who trail tho wiliest crook to capture and conviction. The production is said, to be o.no of the bcs.t cf New YorTc Ffe that has ever been filmed. Charlie Chaplin, comedian de luxe, is an added attraction in "Work" one of his funny two reel comedies. Topics of Th Day are also on this bill. Max Linder, celebrated French comedian, at cue time a great favor ite with local patrons, returns to the screen afur a two year absence due to illness. Ho makes his appear ance Wednesday In "The Little Cale," a bigger, better and funnier Linden than we knew him hefo.'e. "The. Little Cafe' is a fast and fur ious farce dealing with society and high life in Paris. A feature of this high class comedy production, which is in six reels, is the beautiful Paris tin gowns worn by members of tho delicate sex in the course of the story. Fach and every gown issaid to bo a delisht to the feminin and masculine eye. and display the real tning in what milady shall wear. Fatty Arbuekle. Always a favorite here is ali.o on this bill, appearing in "The Garage" said to be the fun niest, two ice! comedy Fatty ever ap 1 eared in. Mutt and Jeff and Fox News are the other pictures and the program is one that should delight local and -v i.-itir.g "movie fans" dar ing Fair week. Vivian Rich i seen Friday in "A World of Folly." a six reel powerful drama of society lifo md shows this star at her r.est. Her remarkable afcihtv In both frivolous and emotion. 1 rob s is effectively dis played r.s the wife of a business man who pays more attention to his of fice affairs than to her. "The Lost City" which is nearing its end is also on tho bill with Fox News. Jack Dmipsey. the world's rhAmpion he.' vvveight fighter, continues the big fight seer." which was so sud denly faded frm the screen in last Sun lay's episode of "Da red. evil Jack serial." Today patrons will see Dempsey land the knockout punch and the scene is a thriMor through ar.d throv.ch. Hoo Gib-on in "The Fighting Terror,' two reel western; "Fear Skinnel Reauties" comedy: Mutt and Jeff and Path News are the other picture? on for today. STOCKMEN SEEK AID FROM BANKS TO AVERT CRISIS Committee Jill Appear Be fore Ket-erve Board to Seek Extension of Credit. ("U'CAGO. s. pt. 11 Fmar.ciil 1 .t th I'nited State? this rt.tr. a : t" d r il .t.t'ir s .-tem a:-..' P;ik. of the cf.mtry will be sough by stoek n to ,iti; what th.-v .- iy is a cri.-is in the cattle ir.F;-"ry. A commit t. t rv p.-. r';r Chi cago. Mir.'it a poll.-'. K . '.;. . St Fo-.iis. D.F1.S and Sm Francisco F 1' ;al ii - ' rf oi-:! .c;s hi. b n .i ; ..;i. d To ap:e:r !'. for- th- f. 1- i..l r. tt l .i:d ;.i W.i: h :i S ;d. J ; . t- urge t. r.sl-T.s . f c:a a:: Jotl'.e livestock ir. dut ry. Th.- r..ov ;.t.. tit u a s Vtir.g d:i -t-d by F F- Fi .il-.-. j.res.d-nt of the A'..:.. F..-lo 1. a:..'. Lo m Co. :' 1 : :'. J. 'b A.d.fur. Loui- 1 . Thou; is F WiL-jr. ai.i i J, liv, :'.L i.. SCHOOL BOARD TO START BUILDING Officials Will Bc-in Work at Once Hope to Sell Bonds Soon. With th- hep, that it will h ab! To r.egot:ae the sile of its S.'äO.OOO f. p. r ent five-year bond issu. in spite of failure fo far to obtain rati.' fact cry bids for tho iue. the school board announce Saturday that it wtll go ahead with plans for the ereeti-n of tho new Oliver school ruilding. which is to cost. In the neighborhood of $700,000. The hoard has? received bids from contractors for The general con sdru' tion work of th building, the plumbing, heating and sheet metal work, and will meet jn special ses sion next rue.-d.;v afternoon to award the e ntra'ts for the con struerion and other work for the building. IIocHve Throp niil. There were hu: thre bids submit ted on the genera! construction work. Thes were from H. G. Chri'-man Co.. Hilton Hammond and P. A. Strandberg "o., the latter of Chlca-.ro. H. G. Christman was the lowest hi bier, thfir bid beins '.!;.:: 2". whereas Mr. Hammond's bid was $7'.'2.K.0. and P. A. Strani i ' rg Fo 's hid was JC?ß.fi.is. W. W. Sibley submitted the low est bid or. the heating work, it be ing JT.'.ll'l. and the lowest bid on the plumbing work. $.tS.10K. The Johnton Fervice Co. submitted the lowest bid on temperature regula tion, the amount beinar $7.540. An dre v.- Troeger's bid of ? 21.11 was the largest bid on shet metal work. And th Fiec tric Service Fo.'s bid of JF.Il1'. was the lowst on electric wiring. Hid Is S771.n.19. The .aggregate amount of the low est bicN on ail of tho work to be done jn the construction-of the new Oliver building amounted to $771, I'.'l'. which ium constitutes the cost of th" new Oliver school building1. ?ie bird hopes to be able, to make arrangements to sell its $500. OC0 bond issue which failed to find a purchaser at a special meeting held bist Wednesday, and thus be put in a position to accept some of the hids submitted by the con tractors. In case they aro success ful the work of construction of the Oliver school building, will bein at an early date. SEVENTY-FIVE SUITS STOLEN Local Clothier Reports Loss to Police No Trace of Thieves. Seventy-five suit of clothing -were stolen between the hours of one and three o'clock Saturday morning from the clothins: store of C. V. Korpal & Son. IL Hi W. Division Ft.. nc cording to the report made at police head etuarters. The suits were grey and brown in color and thel lot consisted of sizes ranging from 3 4 to 40. Fifteen sweater jackets were also stolen .along with the suits. The thieves gained entrance to the store by breaking the plate glass in the front eloor. No clue wns left for the police who so far have been unable t find any trace of the thieves. SOUTH BEND FAIR OPENS TUESDAY AT SPRINGBROOK PARK (CONTINUED FROM PAGF. ONE.) department prizes are given for hand and machine sewing in cotton, silk and wool. Drtsscs, shirtwaists, underwear, quilts, rugs and other articles of handiwork will be award ed prizes. Culinary and pantry stores are listed under department K. in which bread, rolls, cakes and all canned fruits and vegetables will be award ed prizes. ANTHRACITE MINERS TO SETTLE TROUBLE WILKES-UAah... I 'a.. Sept. 11. Leaders of the Fnited Mine Work ers expressed the opinion today that the differences between the an thracite coal operators and the min ers can he adjusted without much delay. A statement issued from un ion headquarters of district seven at Ilazelton today said: "We are still of the opinion that there are wavs left to have the mat ter eventually adjusted and the poli cv committee will likely map out plans calculated to best meet th needs of the situation." JEWISH NEW YEAR OBSERVED TODAY The Jewish New Year's day will be celebrated with services at th local synagogue this evening and tomor row morning. Rabbi Minda. will rpeak at 7 oYlock this evening on "The Great Hunger." and at 10 o'clock Monday morning on "Th Old and the New." The Jewish year be gins tomorrow. Return Alleged Wife Deserter to Bucyrus Speci.il to Th News-TinKf. I.rOItTF. Ind.. Serf 11 Iler.rr Tlir ri.'U Heekert. trae.uir undtr several r.ssu-.r.ed tuvcies wis taLen to FU'-jrus. ' ':.!. to. lav t answer .i i Large of wifo ' .;-. rtiou. I Ic k?rt, nho is about 40 ye:irj II el' pet tro:a Hu. yrus MI id red : I ::.'. r. Is. Lis ee.iuiu's wife, la Mb lut'an i .fy. vbere tLe couple posed as i brother and sister. Ile kert sai l he wa ii g.txa-ri.taer.t revonn- ;rgnt je:ir nil p. w ;. re i;pier was ie:r:g iiii. iiiy seid. Ib.krrt ar.d Mrs H.iu-r d ap peared Xrjia Fucyrue atat a neck at. Paic Paw Sheriff Asks Aid in Finding Ford Car The sheriff at Paw Paw. Mich.. Saturday rec,u st.-d the local police j r.eo.trtmer to be on the lockout for i a stob n Ford automobile bearing ;M:.h:gan license number 20S-203. , The car was a lf.-'O model. Taken Suddenly III Down Town; Removed to Home Cl.arW Cr.rik. 71 S. Carroll .t . vas f '.'.-l t-a.Meidy HI S;iturd.iy -Tening at Mi.-l.u.,;. .tad U;vliftn sts. TLe pulle a:i:''!i:. u.-- m eli.ir-je of '.Tibers Luther and I..;s!..'T ski reaiexe.l th u a to tiis 1. !,'T' Li CtUvlitiOU id said cot HER PROBLEMS O By Annellc Bradshaw Mir .. i : Ifft Ml mmm m llr fell I J f I MARGARET No, this skirt isn't "off centre' sister dear. The newest evening skirts, you know, may be short in front and lon in back or on either side. But I've compromised on modest ribbons, so don't look so surprised! GOODRICH PARDON RECORD REVEALED IN LEBANON TALK Dr. Ca'rleton B. McCulloch Shows Effects of Whole sale Paroles. (CONTINUED FROM TAGE ONE.) been given many of them have been flinsy. "His business needed him. Is the excuse given in more than one in stance. "Bad eyesight, was another. ' Innumerable cases of the purely political type, peoplo of the lowest order morally have been turned loose because of the fact that they control a certain number of votes in their neighborhood. "If elected governor I pledge that the pardoning 'power shall be exer cised only in the most worthy of cases and with the utmost discrim ination. "I will do my part to uphold the dimity of the law by respecting its elecisions." PRESIDENT APPOINTS DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA WOMAN COMMISSIONER By United Tress: WASHINGTON, Fept. 11. Pres' t Wilson has tendered an appoint ment as commissioner of the Dis trict of Columbia to Misa Mabel T. Roardman. noted National Red Cross executive, and Miss Roardman has decided to accept, her friends here said today. POLICE SEARCH FOR BENTON HARBOR PAIR Tolice authorities Saturday began a search for Teresa Nagy, 3 4 years old. who has been misting from her home. 1315 Catalpa aw, since Wednesday night. Miss Nagyl -.ho lives with her brother. Alexander Nagy. is said to b,? feeble-minded, and Is believed to have wandered away from the city. The poüce Siturday were asked to aid in the search for the missing woman. A description of her has been sent to the police departments in th surrounding towns in an ef fort to locate her. The missing woman was bare headed when Ehe left her home here Wednesday night. She wore a heavy winter coat and a black and red etrired t-hawl. SUGGESTS THAT U. S. HAS BEEN DUPED By United rrs: MARION. Ohio. Sept. 11. Sug gea?ti:n that America has been duped by "shocking discrepancies" in the Trench and English text of articles in the VersaiFcj treaty purporting to safeguard the Monro Doctrine was made today by Warren G. Harding. These discrepancies might readily involve us in conflict, he raid. Ho demanded that thos ad vocatincr acceptance of the leigue convenant tTir.g forth an explana tion. This new ar.le of the treaty was sprung in a double barreled broad side, on the Wilson policies. If all the men who have wild-eyed ideas were locked up. busy folks would b able to get a lot more work ONE REALLY MUST KEEP POSTED SAYS PEOPLE OF FOREIGN NATIONS ARE IN DEEP PIT Roland Hegedus, Lecturer at Budapest University, Com ments on Situation. RU DA PEST, Sept. 11. "Tho peo ple of Europe are, in a dark, deep pit, and they must work themselves out of it," says Roland Ileiiedus. bank director and lecturer at the Ru da pest P'niversitj . "The United States Is richer than she knows but she cannot recon struct Europe by loans. All the nations of Europe are beset with a succession of political and economic Problems that are well nigh insolv able. "Fusia i3 the key to the situation and until some sort of consistent gov ernment is established there, we can hope for little here. "What the United States an do, perhaps. Is to work to secure free trade among these Central European countries. None of us can do any business with tariff frontiers. Paper Money. "I believe the paper money situa tion will force a revision of the peace treaties. All these little nations are living from hand to mouth, printing up money to keep going. Poland is bardlv a year old and already has a national " debt of 1 30. COO, 000.0 mirks, with a 40.00.000,000 deficit. The same is more or less true of Czecho-Slovakia. of Hungary and of all of us. The armies are rating up half our inconfes. yet each nation is afraid to disarm because of pos sible attacks from neighbors. "With this paper money carnival. Central Europe can not trade with countries having better moneys. uch as Spain. Holland find Switzerland. This situation alto applies to Italy and France. Civilization Bad. "Meanwhil our civilisation 1? g ing by the board. P.ecause of the exchange, our universities and read inr r-eonle can not afford to sub- ! scribe for scier.ee or law publica tions of England or the United States. "Tor the same reaon our educated tut impoverished classes can not go abroad to find work, provided they could secure pa-sports. "The? conditions are not a'to rether the results of a big war but of a bad peace which has fallen harder on Huneary than any other country. GM m3de her the center of a geographical unit and the peace frontiers ruin not only new Hungary but the parts takn away." j Colored Women Cuts Man Badly Saturday Jiih.m Varft'UftrVm. 1"IT S, Franklin ft. wn-b"d!: rut .ib-at the efr hr.d bv .in t. krvn eeFrd roiii.-iri Si'ur eliv .at rr.I'ln'cl.t 'ruh- Tulhi as wa!'- i "a Sor.t'i ft . LCr tlie .ik snore A'-.-erdinr to F. fr.rv tdd t! tj:p rrdoi.-d we-rvm npprT'h.-d nnd risVe. ''r--. h eevdd Cet 1 derr. I r--dv- .IV', 11 Dri.FTH OFTPIT GROWS. DFLUTH. Minn., Sept. -Estimated receipts of coal at Dul Jth and Suoer'or docks during July were 7 1 T . 6 S 1 tons bituminous and 239,3s: tons anthracite or practically the same amount of bituminous as was brought up 'the lakes In Jw and 21.000 tons more anthracite than was handled In that month. rl'CIlTF.R HORN A daughter wo hern last SudJt f rremlrg t Mr. and Mr? VtV.Iil D. Icüuaid. 1241 Liacula war V ADVERTISING MAN WILL SPEAK HERE Scheduled to Deliver Address at Oliver Hotel Friday Night. C. II. Morath, of the headquarters office of the Associated Advertising Cluhfi of the World, will be in South Rend all the week of Sept. 13, to address members of the local ad vertising club and all those inter ested in advertising. An address at the Oliver hotel on Friday night is the only scheduled event for the week, but addresses will be, arranged for other times for organizations that wish to hear Mr. Morath. C. A. MacDonald, president of the local club, will have charge of arrangements. "Seme people think of advertis ing as a service to only the busi ness man." says a message from the Associated Advertising Clubs, "but they are wrong. Advertising help tho public by telling them where they can find what they want at price? most advantageous to them. 'Advertising is simply news about the things people want to buy." NTAV KMBALMnR. Xames H. McGann, licensed em halmcr. has become a partner in the undertaking firm of Whiteman and Hay. McGann holds one of th highest grades in the state 3s an embalmcr. Whiteman and Hay re eentiy succeeded to the business of Harry I. Yerrick. Oliver Stule Shop t03 Wain Street y Oliver HcTel otoct Announcement Store Closed Monday and Tuesday Informal Fall Opening THURSDAY, SEPT. 16th Look for our ad in Wednesday night newspapers. Oliver Shile Shop 103 VUin Street fj Oliver McSel Blade WARNING! The public is warned that it Is wrong to offer cash to ono of our men for ice. i.nd It is against the law fcr thern to tell for cash. Buy coupon books. You can have the unused coupons re deemed any time. You can Lujr for caah at the plant. ARTIFICIAL ICE CO. PICKETS START RIOT IN GOTHAM STnpatliizers With Arch bishop Mannix and Mac Swney Stae Dem onstration. Tj Ajptclated Press: NEW YORK. Spt 11. Pickctlr.s cf British stearrhlp piers continued today with an outbreak of violer.ee attributed by the police to friction between longshoremen strtkinpr in jyrr.pathy with Archbishop Mannix ar.d Tf rer.ee MacSwincy. and negro strikebreakers. While members of the "American Women's Pickets" were operating at the pier where a force of negrors were unloading the liner Agnatic, whits and negroes clashed several blacks away. Several -hos were :ired ineffectively ar.d mo bystand er is known to have been injured by flying missiles. Stories, clubs ard firsts were used freely by a half hundred combatants. Extra Poücv Guards. During the afternoon extra pb1 guards were rushM to the Ac.natic'j dork to ejuell tiisturrar.jca .;r:h might ariso when a negro divla:. Fdshop Selfridge, attempted o eit lict aid from negro strikebreaker:, llishop Solfridge bad announced b.v wculd try to persuade tho hhmos to go out in sympathy with wluus who struck to tie up ves3ls until Archbishop Mannix ia admititd to Ireland and the Icri major 4f Cork released from prison. Violence occured whn a fi-rht started at the Stewards' club, an organization of negro ship em ployes. A white man Ls said to have attacked a negro after the latter re fused to Join the strikers. FelloTv club members cam to tho rescue and the white was pursued several blocks. Four s-hota were fired at the fugitive who made a stand after being reinforced by a tcore of white, longshoremen. Free-For-All light. The free-for-all tight which fol lowed was broken up by police re feerveu. A negro was arrested on a charge of inciting a riot. While being placed in a patrol wagon one of tho crowd which had gathered, aimed a brick at the officers or their prisoner. The missile njissed Its matte and felled an onlooker. STEAL THIRTY TIRES FROM AUBURN GARAGE The Fnuth Bond pottc ha been asked to be on the lookout for a number of thieves who entered a garage Saturday morning at Auburn. Ind.. and stole 30 automobile tires. The tires were of different sizes and various makes. It is t-aid that after robhiv.'- the garage the thieves made their ran ay in an automobile and were J.ought to have headed for South Fend. Chicago South Becd & Northern Indiana Railway Co. &S0ÜTHERN MICHIGAN RAILWAY COMPANY Krrncnvr. suxday, JUNK 27. 1020. Subject to change without notice Trains leaving .outh l:nd, Indiana. NVrth Hound. 75:15 a. ni. ä :'Q a. in 7 X) a. m S:00 a. m. K.(i0 a. i:i. 11 r a u: 12aJ 1.00.1 1 :"0 p. la -:" p. m. 3 Ou r. to. f -Oct p. m -do p. ru fi p. ra. 7 (Mt p. in 9:f) p. r ll;VO p. w. zDaily fxiept Staler. J. ?. .uuOKV.. G. 1 At F. A.. South Bpnd. Ind. NEW CAR? Are you thinking- about a new :ar this fall The classified nolumns of the NEWS-TIMES are full of splendid bargains of all makes. Read them over today. You can also dis pose of your old car to someone who is looking for just what you have by in serting an ad in the, classi fied columns. Pick up the phone and CALL 'MAIN 2100 Union Shoe Company 223 So. Michigan-Sf. Samuel C Lonlz & Sons, The Homo of Kiew Kusl, East Cditx Avenuo, ADLER BROS On Michigan U WafthJntoa Since. 1694.. THE HTOniZ FOR AXD novs Kast vTest nouud. B"uiid. 'f.(c, a. m. .r:.'" a in. i'.:"0 a. ra. S:l0 a. ra. 7:00 a. ra. 1:10 a. m. 80 a. m. 12:10 p. ra. f.oo a. ra. :.lo p. in. 10 :ki a. ru. 4 .13 p. ra. 11 :M a ui. :10 p. ra. I'.' :00 nooa h:l(ip. :n. 1 :fH p. m. 10:10 p. m. '2:0o p. m. H:0O p m. 4 ah p. m. . .f p. ra. 6:0i) p. ui. 7 -J) p. ra. 30 p. ra. 11 :uo p ra. Boys mm 7J f At Ä ' J - . QUALITY IS EVERYTHING IN BOYS SHOES After the boy has vorn a pair of these Shoes a few weeks you'll appreciate why ive talk so much about "Shoe Quality." You'll be glad to see that they retain their shape and that the leather is still in good condition. They arc made for hard service. Roys" shoes ought to be. They'll very I ity set it. Guarantee 125 N. MIchhan :. Washington and the cherry tree, and Lincoln splitting rails are two badly over worked Boyhood Stories of Famous Men For new ones, and for Girlhood Stories of Famous Women Read the BOYS' AND CIRLS" SCHOOL DEPARTMENT South Bend News-Times It , rLTi aw rnfJtrti -V I i ,7 I p LOWERS brimr J charm into our livea that helps to banish the rommonplace fears ftni forr-bodings thai r-om to us. Flowers are reanr.ably pried. For a small um of mcr.-y expert! eel row a then you can bringt ha th smiU of v'wij-s fto c to your vjfe's far fced he.u tbe. J-Jdies t-iy "Oh! w hi Ccoayl father ha,4 rou: ricwwr TeJgraph Ev;ry-were. UU!Stt5j7TcilIST. Pi '3pvahC0chi;cn5trcft . rKT-v. c i f 3P r-rr, U . , . Tlö W flijr 1165 10 DISCOUNT ON .ILL RED STAR df j otr AI'Oi: OIL STOVIIS WARNER BROS. 22 South Michigju .t. J. Schulman & Co COAL Lincoln 5637. Mabel Hawkins Producer cf ' Distinctive Llngerio &nJ Fdcntiho Corseting. 6C3 J. 31. S. UlOg. ilala S70 SAM'L. SPIRO & CO. Ut-lll, a. MicUjiux. 6U. Homo of; tt.S:.&.M..CIothe3. Thciiqtrttdl e. Ij i