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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES FAIR OPEKS t r ? 1 .Ti t t n r r x 7 r I 1 ill . . V deaths ! ANNOUNCE PLANS if i i ii uiii;;..uL ITENDÄMCE A ChiMp'n - !).:y Opm Inttr- l I- v. , . f ;. rr' :,. 1. 1. ir : .at hi ;:i ; :;: : rvivfi! 1 -'..r a : .ti arrar.-rr. nt horn 1:1 n : orn an v Julv old. He m " -i r by o n I a ! 1 : ' 1 . W:U be S t :i t - I';ur W itii Attraction. 1 Mils. Ir, I-.- I). vrA-TiN'"::!' r!' r.f;r o.vi: -. '.' .1 : '. ; . . ' -. r I. --. : : a J . c '' k : .ir.f! 1 ' ; . v ' ' l. : T (-':..; th it .i r a -ore ..tatin .'.i, hungry .- nr..! 1 t- . Wo'k lit Oil-. If or- , .f : ;. : r: : " i t r rd of ir.tr. -i si an :. :-. :. f th- hau'lful p'c-;- d i:. uat r e o!- r.r;-.. r '"ray r. ::.- pi'.: s :r: t !. art d ;. i r t - r. Th- ' hlr. ;t paintir.-' s. :-. 'hi a r hv an :.! rc-t r, u:t- d ' . " . .i :. i th I.''. c .a v hi' h ir.-- ntri- of th:-1- rr.i of th- t r'.-1 skill '- re- a. vr:sTnriiY. . A. West irjry. 46 years I . : r 1 1 - a v., died Tues- 1'. . i i'ifi(: ro day r.;,'ht at : o'clock jthre,. months' :i".:tevS. I Sho sirviv-i by two I !lt.:tv.r.r. CMc.'i), " I!!.; Hoitong. Oer.vr. Cedo.. ! !:i:!u.t. Mrs. I:. Sir.lth, Cleve Lind. j de puty I ( ' i Mrs Westr.ury was born i i May .1. 1ST 4. in South lU n. airl nil hrr lifr. She vn s FOR WORLD COURT Project for Permanent Seat of International Justice i? Completed. f!c.TiNrki) ritoM i'agi: one.) OLD TIMERS RECALL FAMOUS RACE HORSE OITWED BY FOGARTY POLITICAL TINGE ON GOTHAM MARKET Kons J. J Theodore ar.J one r..'irr."l or. pt. 1 H '.li Thf far.Tal nrrancomf-r.t.s ir.r.frir. -f 'i l.itr. to D. will ;4 in .aid i.aiiunai ia. Iiflvn MrmlxTs. 'The court shall cor.it of fifteen ui-n.Vrs: KU-vr. judgis and four Jud,"?. The number o ;ul--s and dtputy judges may fce r..ifttr lncrfaj;t-d by the assembly; il-on the proposal of the council of A. r 1? -th.-tlnt ? : r f . ?T 1 t. ' .:rn !:. !:. rr.c a ' r : r. f- -v 1 1 i a . t V I- pr fid u ' r a u r. dl-p!a hrt ? I. v. 1!. f..; ' a r. i h r'n hf- i f or c.i n find no from than at thf fair r it w'ir.ythin' : flit" !;omj s P. d ' a vor, it in the Fair News Told in Paragraphs rvn ration too iicf at tl has fair r. d a m hi:!! "J"-, votir. Vf ; vfar nni you wiil r:nd pro.iuctH nro thf- T u't fif thf- sum-l-.;u-vry of th" boys and trirl.s r.--:nt rr.rrt-d in a corner :s wn in th- woman's bui'.d- .1,; r fl .Ct tiv'itrd w,rk creations ir.vli who did Thf di of the T.v th- i f inf. df :1; e 'to rt .j in t h pro- 1 rif '.d, rul y i'i r. -'a rd Ta'T l'nvr-'y lit lb- handi-f!fVdop-d hy tiu v.f b.-rid all their 'l.rf-f tin. hivr. V ,t who fnrr d ear. red rood ;;. ! pä-rry that the julcr say " r r"o.i r.r-Vs with tnnth'-: thin, er? 'w hich ar" dipha: '-'. in othT part.- r f tho buülinir. 1rln i:liiblt. T'inn in fv-rv r " -; 4 t T1 r ! c n tu red and The Hed Cresa Nurr-es' depirt rner.t cooperating with the local police- at the fair headquarters gave Jim aid to htveral children and two men who were injured the first day. The hands of the two men were drf-i ri following a f.st Mprht. The two men were escorted to the street by the police. St. of I'eter pick Myrtle Lavelle. 216 X. Kt.. v.mh the first victim pockets. She had a $30 roll of bills removed from htr pure while hc was vi.-itinsr the rabbit show tarlv aftern oon. Tu m!;iv CIarr.cp Vermelto. maraper of the WVtM'h I-i-olic Shows, nays his concessions have- had one of the I he.-.t !aH this season. Two of their shov.o wer' unable to thow becuuao of t hi? kick of space. the di- 1... tli, fr.ilvi'TI ;':i fc whih cfin-.j'i ie nian;: roduct: t: a r. ' m a 1 of vir: o n f T 9 a t.".- W)d t'vp mar! ! en. Tho p " i e rn f !( r a r t i c ! s c d r rihuterH "f ftcr 'wr. 1 r-i':r- i-ri:-on has to pr d'!'1 . from th-- most r'y!e in re.d furniture to for Indiana's insane chil- ! n rr. a t e : ; , . v. i " n of Citv the ar" ia of sotp.o of th' ' ri rd for :n i nufaetured ii ) work for net d th- t'io man Uta po'-d- f-'-r .'i Ti-r.-V )f ir. t v by bi-r jroods. w!i ich been under contract , Ü1 rc ).- a recent f.- 1 r:'.a?tire prohibits it.- ,.f nr'.son made - 1 m state? institu- n re Fl P.. ' su id - I n ).l a.vi-i. m ' : -1 p tb'- JT1 i ; i h t he indestructible and oth-r read Ah; ti will b-- roTUinueri to i- by th- in ma' -; fr hy ;i a of th- b : d lture. -oun!i-s ;r. h M.'-h pro, luc ts fi om on . V"rL- i if IllsiTlO. l'.arful an. I end rfi'. wer the stu:t:d doKs. animal.- and unnamed rrr.itnroi which hold a place in th exhibit en by V.'ard.en I-oK'ariy. Ths" trv ar- Xhf work of one man who ha bem an inmate in he in mV.' war.! for v. ar." .'in-! during nV th.ar tio,.- ha h d not the re-m-'d st ehan- f s.- inir th animal? which h.- att.mpts to rrate from hi-., "f obi r.i-, t yTroduct:; from th.- veavimr room. h tt!(. wen n:r. from 1 i n ' n -i ars d doi,.-. by pri--' active ma'a p r i o : i - r a Co hy Three wheels were confiscated by Asst. Chief of Police William C.i.v sidy and a. detail of police Tuesday a i t r rra n. It was alleged the wheels we.-- to be used for dls penning of articles . value other than candy and dolls. Chi f Kline of the local police de partment, and Chief Pfomler of the Mishawaka iepartnient forced sev eral bands fif Ki'P-'des- camped near the grounds to pull stakes and move to some other fair grounds. 'if th. w .a tcu-'-h to ;t ( adton the t;ne th.- weaving of th' woven n. at ri il.- i he ins. T-- f.ty r. p : The V.i w a - II n c th. a' i vor : of tl;a o ,1. lie f t ; m i n a . . f n lctoms keep of the insane in V; for th. e insane f t ;tt I thr e years irdep. ro-irty. form-riy o.:th It ml. an.d th.- sue t particular Institution oth r ri-comntendation i,-t that it h.a "iven the mates a certain decree r 71 t d. S Than th afficf tl of h.tpr Vli'-d a th" Ml' rrod.ucs from th- V''" farm an- on Mp'.ay in oultttre hr.ildlncr. i ami ir.du.-try f. r m-'idc. ml Thf- American Lesion and Georpr TNdt.sctt (larrkson of the Army and Navy lnion are aidinir rx-soldiers in securing war risk insurance poli cies and victory nmdaln. The Amer ican Leirion headquartert are locat ed on the platform of the lied Cross first aid station and rest rooms. Ildwin Snmnuror and J. l'!m. r Teak, local attorneys, were in charge of the booth for the legion Tu sday. 11. J. Foirarty, former mayor of South li .ml and warden of the In diana state prison at Michigan City, is in chargv of one of the Mcsrest industrial and agricultural exhihitst at the fair. An interesting feature of the exhibition is that prisoners, some of them lifers, are in charge. Demonstrating, as the warden ?ays. that the honor system pays. Krother Felix has charge of the big Holstein cattle r'.. splay from the St. Joseph farm under the manage ment of Holy Cross Brother at Notre Dame. Toother Leo has sev eral displays of tine mules and b,rses from th Notre- Dame farm. the League of Nations, to a total oi titteen Judge and -six deputy judges." Th.. irirnrr of choosing tne 'judges by the different national grouys is provided. The members elected for nine vears. The president and the vice president of the court serve for three year:. The seat of the court is es t'.hikhP.l at the Hague, a session ! snail be held each year beginning i June lo. ana an t'Mia'""; sion may b called whenever necea--iry by the president of the court who must reside at the Hague. The full court of eleven judges unau mi but if eleven are not available, nine judges shall suffice to constitute the court. Three Judges sit in chambers annually to hear and determine summirv procedure. Salaries or the court are fixed and expenses borne hy the League of Nations. rticle 21 gives the court Juris diction over suits between states. The court is open by right to states belonging to the league. Other states may have access to it under condi tions provided by the league, lirins Cum to Court. Article 3:J provides: "When a dis pute has arisen netween states, and it has been found impossible to set tle it bv diplomatic means and no agreement has been made to choose another Jurisdiction, the party com rdalning may bring the case be-fore the court. The court shall first of all decide whether the i;;cedinR 'onditlors have been complied with, if so it shall hear and determine the dispute nccorlnp to terms and within the limits of the next article. Qtipstl"n to Petormlne. The questions which the court is competent tcT determine; between members of the league, are given as follows: "The interpretation of a trean. "Any question of international la"Th existence of any fact which If established, would constitute a breach of an international obliga- UO"The nature or extent of repara tion to be made for the right of an international obligation. "The interpretation of a sentence, passed bv the court." The court also shall take cogni zance of Particular convention be tween the parties. nplv (icncral I-i w. Tb court in considering questions applies international conventions, n t -national customs, general prin ciples, of law recognized by civilized nations, and decisions nd teaching of the most highly qualified publi cists and various nations. state desiring to have recourse to the court makes application to the registrar, who notifies the court and the members of the leaprue. If the dinutf concerns an act which is im minent, the court has power to sug- Mayor Carsten has turned over the affairs of the city hall to Controller J "d;n Swycirt for (Very afternoon during the fair. The mayor will be located in the judge's stand at the race.- for the remainder of the Week. lad sup- , The onrninc dav of the Interstate t - wJiieh f,ir f;rrw small crowds to the grounds and was held under ideal mode. ! wratlu r conditions. The paid ad- misieim for th' day amounted to while the tunistr.e record ftu the children admitted free wan of S.ooo. the ..cri- LIVESTOCK EXHIBIT u p wa rds r. o u l: h t T- C S i T th- w t re a v ;:i n-- t i T ha re We 1 ;!';' s s h ' rihb for some of j t .-tker third. nnd hors'-s Hiver park school was awarded fh '-t place in the flower show ex hibit. C(iUoerd second and Stude- 1 as a t t w if r bv. vt : Spr Hi at ha -pi v.: 1 i tP.e cat: i T;:..!a tr.mcim-.-d until today. so :..any xeel'.er.t ex th tt th.c Jt;d:r"S li id a t , .-,-. t V.--:n win ' hey i,o,. ho-.,, .vortl'.y .. r. .'. t 1 . r"d. -m'' '. - ,' ' . . :' ;r e!.i the- largest number ever for the blue ribbons at a lu ml fair. i:ery variety is nted. including the more fa- j this ! com . . . i ii i repr year. peting a . :. Wa carr a s; s . rv I .:::tv Ho'.-t, i:t-Fres:an ad : " head. f pure ".- ( f the mos- inter- j v a ; it frotn th - o , k f : r m f ' ' '. i T". i -ha. W. Ti.: h.T.i ; - :.-" 'mt : e p. -,: A'.: !.;: - attl-- in , :).. N.oi n -.1 Dairy j mi.:..r ithode lsiatui iieus, riymouin Hocks, water fowls, geese and tur kcys. A group of white-crested b'.ai k "polcrs" aid some prize Jap- n se Hoogans attracted consider able attention. Paul .. Heierman, superintendent if the poultry show and his crew worked nülit getting the fowls v t th w i:i Cid th.irf. et ' e;.: .;: a c S) ! Dr.. : 1 !.. w . r .: . fa ! :i ui it K :I. W. . V- e i .vn 1 .- . . i i.nly for today's showing. A num ber of p-oa-c and chickens were left to sweiter in the sun cutslde the building as the quarters are already ( e r-crowd-:d. 1-argo Di-pla). C. Hritton. of Crawf ordsville. and Charles s-rmiey, or Norm :.. has w llll" aiu W Ind.. .!;;!, fo-A is. I "rb :: i if t a : a. the 1 irrest display f John G. Linnvalc, of . has tho largest col- luck: sdiot thorn--. 1 1' i D. s. ht t i . i tu.-.- w:;o uui come tomorrow bovs5 haVp clos,od. Three firsts were p:,k th. Nsmmrs are W C Fierce i a,V;irtlt.d ehester Johnson, witu C7s . n:c;--. .t-s:te;i by Charlys Jlc- rointj!; paui c.orber. 9SS points, and e . : ,N,-w U.)ndo:i. O.uo. Lester Johnson. 9:T points. Those i.o:e -a ere 14 varieties repre- wh rt-1(.civo,i ,rPt dvxrvi emblems ite : m T... j;;. , nines at the rab- ' nVt,r ,,)0 noint, -erP Milburn cest provisional measures ' e-sm-e thr rights of the parties. The .hearings In court shall be public 'md the decisions of the court shall be bv majority of the Judges present ;.t the benring. In cases of a tie the president casts the deciding vote The official language of the court H French but another lan guage, may be autrorized at the re nuet of parties to a case. The draft also provides extended provisions for the recording, revi sion of Judgements, etc. iRREST TJT'O MEK FOR DRIVING AUTOMOBILE WHILE INTOXICATED While drivimr bis Maxwell car north on the Dixie highway Tues day evening. William A. Dwan. Fenton Harbor, Mich.. collided with a Stüde baker six driven by Jo seph Iominski. 'JM S. Chapin st.. badly damaging both machines. Dwan was driving on the wrong side of the highway, according to witnesses, and the car. collided head-on. The front axle on both cars was badly damaged, as well as the lights and windshield. Several of the witnesses claim that Dwan drove his car from one side of the high way to-the other, causing several cars to narrowh escape going in the ditch. The accident occurred a short distance south of St. Mary's. The police were sent to the scene of the accident and arrested Dwan on a charge of driving an automo bile while intoxicated. Alva Grimes". Chicago. who was riding with Dwan. was also arrested, charged with intoxication. Iloth men will be arraigned in city court. SUMMER HONOR TESTS FINISHED AT V. M. C. A. The summer honor tests for the Y W. . g a i i; an : a ir '.o W w lach is by ,a ! entt red ai th cf the breeds ret V wi . the local res.-nt- Grey. lute. at t i ' 0 'a .V i d .a P.S. W .e.o.l l.thbit slu "m.-h, N it ura 1 St1' 1. all varieties of 1- ! -Aia.raa.n Hiues," Him.i- -.- Ii' :. i - 1 J t o ' hi.',.i 1 Iltds and White A:i- t "junior" e.ir at as none of the t :i- over H'O point were .MUDurn irten and Welcome Merauer. Ilussell Dres.-ler was awarded a econd decree en-blem, having 600 points. The points were mf:de for swim mimr and hiking, besides helping to Sunday r.: r.r. i' ; li. M t:a '.e than siv t;i. c:p; siooa ;a ..ft. r r nmth r they wrinkled . a'ue they were w.irm. Dins:. io. e will come from morning entries at the rabbit months old. r.in the had told up their jnother and going The awards will be made membership dinner the last cf month. Flan? are being made the fall and winter contest. school, at the cf the for Ind . W. dm sda- POULTRY EXHIBIT w FAIR J1SITOR ROBBED RETURNING TO HOTEL History a :ü year is attached to Croesmcre. old hcrse which will run an exhibition half mile at th- fair twice this week. It is the property of Edward Kogarty now. but was owned 16 years ago by on" of South Uend'8 most noted horsemen. Col. Joe Sullivan. The sire was Croecus. then the world' trotting champion, and the dam was Strathmore, th combination of the names of these two horsrs forming the name of the 2 year old horse. Col. Sullivan took the mare around a hair mile track at Crown Point 1 years ago in 2:14 1-4. Many veteran drivers will watch this week's exhibition with interest. FIVE MINUTE CHATS ON OUR PRESIDENTS HV JAMFS MOIIGAV. Trailer? Attribute Higher Prices to Outcome of Maine Election. PARDON BOARD TO HEAR MANY CASES NEW YORK. Sept. 14. The stock market toek on a political tinge Tucrday, traders and the spec ulative element generally attribut ing the greater actiity and higher prices to the outcome of the Maine election. This thecry was con firmed to the extent that commi- TOHX QFINCY ADAMS. lhjä John QuJncy Adam- in aiimratod sixth ireddeiif, agel flfty-x- on. 130-IS In coruirev. lNdl Procntt-ri first petition against slacry. IS IS February -:. death of Adams at the uipitnl. .xvi Hi : lity The chieftainship cf even great nation still passed frcm father to son u:::il the presidency of the Fr.it- Four Lifers Will Seek Parole at Meeting of State Com mission Next Week. INDIANAPOLIS. Setp. 14. Twenty-two new cases and one reopened case aro to come before the Indiana state board of pardons at Its meet ing: here September 20 to 2 4. it was announced at the office of the board today. Three men and one woman serving lifo terms for mur der are among the petitioners. Tho four sentenced to life impri sonment rc Mrs. Mary Dali, Indian apolis; Andrew Mak. Richmond; John Huston. Evansville. and Henry Hlsedon, Connersvllle. Kills Woman. Mrs. Bell wan tentenved to the woman's prison for killing onather woman during a fight with her hus band. Papers in the board of par dons office show that during the eiuarrel someone struck the woman with a brick. She retaliated by fir ing primiscuously with a pistol. She was convicted October 17, HUT. Andrew Mak shot and killed his wife at Richmond and attempted suicide, according to the records. The records show that testimony at tho trial was that Mak, who is an Aus trian, refused to pay for his wife's passage from Europe and that her mother, who also lived in Richmond refused to allow her to live with him. Mak. it was asserted went to hits mother-in-law's home, shot and kill killed his wife and then shot him self in the head. He was sentenced to tho state prison for life on Aug ust 3. 1018, a few days after his crime. Negro Wants Parole. John Huston, a negro, was con victed in Fvansville. April 2. 1913. of killing another negro. Hith were roustobouts on the wharf at Evans ville. Huston's home was in Bowl ing Green. Ky. Data of the crime of Henry Uis don of Connersville. was not avail able at the office of the board, the papers having been taken to the state prison for correction. The others seeking clemency and wero convicted the charges, terms of imprisonment and were incarcer ated, include: : Ross Miller, Wayne county, for rery, Indiana reformatory, papers not available. James Perkins, Fayette county, robbery. October 3. 1917. '1-4 years, state prison. Case reopened. SAYS INDUSTRIAL LAWS ARE NEEDED TO PROTECT LABOR (CONTINFED FROM PAGE ONE.) dustry are- the potential mothers of the next generation, and the next generation has a right to healthy antecedents. Sound Ilconomlcs. "This is sound economics as well as humanitarianisni. These women must be assured of the surroundings that will make motherhood a bless ing and the rearing of children a pleasure. To this end the state should regul.'.te the hours and tin conditions of the employment of women find should lend encourage ment to those agencies that are en trusted with this work. Surely th re can be no contention over an tight hour work day for women In indus try. "The place for the child is in the schoolroom and on the playground. Indiana has fairly good laws gov erning the regulation of the school ing of children and the employment of children, and these laws should be observed in the spirit as well sis in the letter to the end of making this state equal with any in the un ion in the protection accorded our youth." STOVJIKVILLK. Sept. 14. Harry Palmer and Miss Julia Heron of this place were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fdward ll.ron at Granger. Ind.. Sundav. S. F. Hildebrand of Palmers Prairie. Ind., was here cn. business Monday. Mrs. Mabel Schäfer and family of Palmers Prairie, Ind.. spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schäfer rf this place. Miss U-rniee Stowr of South Rend was a Sunday guest cf Ezra Wahl and family. Dr. Garrison of South Rend ws in this vicinity Sunday evening. Mrs. Emberson Palmer who lias spent the last two weeks with her sister. Mrs. John Hill of Royne City, Mich., is expected home this week. Hon. Wm. H. Deavel of this place was in South Rend on business Sat urday. Roy Hartman visited friends in South Rend Saturday evening. Clarence Wallace of .Rttskirk. Ind.. was here Monday evening. Several from this place will at tend the Interstate fair at South Bend this week. M.yer and i Close Thu :iie:r e rr.pl'"-: M I. Mr r "here are more man 1. tf.tr; oVc av., a üv.Ii r sen, born the Joseph Rak. Stephens' Point. Wis., api-.,lf d tho Inter-State fair Tues- 'diy evening, and while returning to sr. Hardware' the Lafayette hotel get lest. Rak slay aftt moon ' stopped a negro man and woman at es may attend i Fellows and Monroe sts. and in-9122-13 'quired as to the direction to his 'hotel. In replying they knocked Dak down and relievee! him of $73. The polke were notified, but no trace of the negroes was found. IXClUIASi: CAPITAL. Permission has been granted by Ed Jackson. Indiana secretary cf state, to Er.gman. Matthews Ran .re company of Goshen to increase the capital stock from $300.0 00 to $600, 000. The dtcislon to increase the capital stock was reached at a spe cial meeting held in South Rend. sion houses with direct conneitions to important centers of trade and industry reported a moderate re vival of public interest in the more representative stocks. Standard rails were in the day's .road r ir.'tuiry, with secondary or junior transportations and railroad equipments also strengthened, substantially with th steel group after early heaviness. Among the active and strong rails were western and southwestern issues, trans-contlriemal. and coal ers. Chemicals Feature. el St.ves was create!, when .he first fi e-c-for-all race and an even start fcr the highest prize was ojca ed to the sons of m--n regardless of the accidents of birth. In this f ;? ir eor.pi upu ! test, new blood hs wen every time w:tn only two exceptions in a cen tury ar.d a quarte r. Even John Quincy Adams did not win th race, but was outrun at the poils by Andrew Jackson, the sen cf m immigrant. Political par ties having disappeared in IS 2 1 four men entered the contest and deadlocked the electoral college. Advices froni Mexico quoting crti-' which 'eft the house of represent.!- ciak-i of that country in terms favor-! tives to ehocso? from among the able to foreign-owned concessions gave impetus to the- oils, especially Mexican and Pan-American petrol eums. Houston oil and Royal Dutch. Shippings, tobaccos, chem icals and textiles featured the more distinctive specialties with motor accessories, but selling for profits caused irregular reactions in the final dealings. Sales amounted to 475.000 shares. Credit conditions as expressed in call and time money rat s were un changed, but exchang on London and Paris improved slightly. Aside front Liberty issues. which again rased, the bond market, especially internationals, was firm. Total sale (par value). HI. 6 "0.000. Old L S. bonds were unchanged cm call. three highest candidates. This elim inated the fourth man Henry Clay who aided in the election of Ad ams and who received from the new president the appointment of secre tary of state. The only non-partisan administra tion the country ever has had was not a shining example of success. Uncompromising alone. John Quincy Adams stalked his solitary way. never ence turning to the right or to the left from the straight and narrow path of independence. With no sens.- of humor to relieve his sense of self-righteousness, to light up his view of his fillows or to thaw his own icv virtues, it was impossible for his supporters to feel ! anv e ntnusiasm for him. H John Quincy Adams led the HOLD FLOWER SHOW i & A't floS AT FR.liSKLIM SCHOOL': ,' '' "'rt!ün ot ,,ht, 'T'1 ! wade tne government cl rks s:m- Get- re ad and still A f'nTVf-r vif u :i k tit V'rar.l'- t U 4 1 44 J IK Alt lin school Monday afternoon at whic hthe kindergartners' took the lirst prize. Their te-aeaers are Mi-s Alma Collmer and Miss Marie. Meyer. The second prize was award- I ed to grades 5A and ÖR. whose teacher is Mrs. George Mitchell. Mrs. Flack's second graders won the third prize and the first grad" whose teacher i Miss Marie Hanger, won honorable mention. The judges were Mrs. Charles Spohnhold and Mrs. Chas. Miller. M ... ; ..., ; . i.o V Charged With Taking Hotel Blanket Homo Special to The News-Times: ELKHART. Ind.. Sept. 14. David Yoeder, ?0 years old, a Middleburry farmer, spent Monday night at a hot-l in this city. Tuesday he was taken 'nto custody by Sheriff Chas. Sanford on a warrant alleging that he took his hotel blanket home with him. Yoeder provided a two hun dred dollar bond for his appearance in the city court. Will Not Allow Ships To Enirr English Port LONDON. spo 14. Until fur ther notice "no ship or vessel carry ing passengers eastern bound Ls o enter the port r harbor of Queenstown." says a notice by the P.ritish admiralty printed in the Ofliclal Gazette Tuesday niqht. The order, which takes effect im mediately forthwith, was issued un der the Restoration of Order in Ireland regulations. Organization Men Win In New York Primary k: it V t . ft? JL .. A- v. 'i,,'"-'. :. V .::.'- c " . r. .... - -. . ' i i k . r John Quincy Adams. NRW YORK. Sept. It. Farly returns from the Ne-w York s'ate primaries, held Tuesday, showed large majorities for organization candidates of both parties in state wide contests. Returns from 2 20 districts out of 7.274 in the state give: Republican governor: Mille-, 6, 61; Thompson. 2.CÖ2. Return from 273 districts out of 7. '.'74 In the state give: Democratic U. S. senator: Lunn. 1,506; Walker. C 1 o o Returns from 202 districts out ofi 7.274 in the state give Republican. United States sena tor: Wadsworth. ö.!00; Roolc. 5?I; Payr.-, 6 4o. Senator Smith Leading In South Carolina Vote slept, he took his walk or swim. i John Quincy Adams alone has j solved the problem of ex-presidents, j He forgot that he had been pres-i- I dent at all and went to work like any other citizen. With hin houses in Quincy and Roston mortgaged and the income from his estate too slender for th support of his family. John Quincy Adams heard the bark of the wolf at his door as In his gloomy fancy he closed it upon public lifV in his sixty-second year. When some neighbor: ventured to ask the next ve.ir if it would !e beneath his dig nity to represent the old Plymouth j Rock district in congress, this gnatj American, who had been a Senator. , a minister at the courts of The Hague. Rcrlin, St. Petersburg and f London, a secretary of state and a j president, replied that he was not ! above solving the people a one of the selectmen of his town. Washirgton was aghast at the sight of an ex-president taking hi" sal in the hurly-burly of the lower! house on'.y two years after le-aving j the White House. Without joining ! th democrats or the Whig?;, with COLUMBIA. S. C., Sept. 14. First returns from Tuesday's run off democratic primary, made neces sary when Sen. E. D. Smith and several candidates for state oir.ee faib-d to receive a majority at th- first primary, showed Sen. Smith to .e Iriding in the contest for nomi nation as- United State senator. Figures compiled by the Colum bia State, Including complete re turns from ten out of 4 5 countle? In the state, gave Smith 4.6 S 9 and Ge-rge Warren, his opponent. .1.622. Till VXUSTED WATERWAY Th recent Rapid Transit strike in New York City which led to a no factio.i about him. John Quincy t Adams fr eed alone the Jackson ad-j ministration which had supplanted , his o.vn and alone he met a swarm of his old-time critics on a level. , the peti- Under his incessant poundim majority airainst the right of tion fell session session until It disappeared entirely in 1S44. He had won Iris long fight against the pag rule and his diary is lit up with his j rejoicing m victor:.-. His life was crowned. His work was done. Still he labored on. Al though he fell in a Roston street un der a streke of paralysis, he insisted upon returning to his duties In ce-n-gress. where th members stood as he entered the hall and cheered him on his way to his seat. year after ward, as ae seemed, about to rise to address th speaker, he udd nly pitched forward upon the floor. The veteran had been mortally! stricken on the field. Although he j m.,-i.pc two da vs. he was rrt re- 1 sudden increase in the u.- s-irts of boats for passenger inspired one ob server to mal Of all i me ved tra'f.c ' mained ce th- l h. little y: r.v are waterways useu so for urban transportation? Of ( aurse there are comparatively few cities like New Ycrk in being girdled and cr:ssed by navigable streams suited for urbar trar.j. orta- i tion. But Ne w York aside, the fact ! remains that waterways the country j oer are not giving the service either ! as freight or passenger carriers that j they should. Probably the principal reason for thi- is that everybody in America i always in a hurry, and f.ister thin boats. Rut corgestion and I .1 JI...1 .Ul 'with the incr. asing post from the capitol. but re- ; ii: a little room off the old , of th- house. Th re. still at hi.' ' died this old and devoted sr- j Transfer Western Union Manager to Indianapolis , jj .ft e V P.. N. Roney, manager rf tne Western Unicn office of this city will leave for Indianapolis within tho next few days where he will take up his new position of district commercial agent for the same com- j f par.y. ii. J . or tyni;, oi j on.::., -wo., j c os: The railway t -a the. the disuse of ! rivers and ranals becomes 1'ttle w;.. succe-eu j R. nd cmee. Mr. Rchey at the S:uth f absurd. I '. Rogers. Ml la :-n the 1 2th ri-'O Cottage 14 th. working world tending HOLD IU1UMO.V. The 21st Indiana Rattt-ry ar.d the 4Sth Indiana rtftrinunt will hold annual reunions at the Auter. Test rooms Wednesday night. gradually to a and it might e-omr.vir.ity wh v.r.ssib! would horter working day. easily b that any . su;n l thing was ad more patromtr TO' NEWS-TIMES Want Ads. for urban and. Interurbar. water service than is suppo.-ed. The needed relief ia freight transportation is too eviuent to require comment. Or.. thing s.-ems re.afonal dy cr- tair. Europe will no: be able to i settle up until it settle. Gown. irovon TMrrnc M CONNERSVILLE. Ind.. Sept. 14 ; M This city turned cui ni:uis i u. day night to honor Otto Loesche rd A! "Cime, drivers connected with I oral j.utomom.e manuiaciui a comp -ny. r.ice to th-day. who - top won the automobile cf Pike's Peak L.abar I'lfnnl Aelile' einent. Or merchant Tnarinf is develop I: can now carry about .i q'dar- ter oi cur own freight tonn-aso When Mrs. Housewife Buys the Sunday Dinner In trie days when prices were lower than they are now, Mrs. Housewife went over to the corner grocery on Saturday afternoon and bought what ever she could find that would make a nice Sunday dinner. She bought promiscuously a little of this, a little of that. Before she went to the store she, perhaps, had little idea of just what food was. going to be fce7ved at that Sunday dinner the meal that is the biggest one of the week in most families. But today Mrs. Housewife buys dif ferently. Higher prices an d the ad vancement of the culinary art to a science has caused this change in her method of buying. She does her buying as systematical ly as she does her cooking. She knows pretty well in advance just what is go ing to grace the table for that Sunday dinner. She plans it well and she krows just the exact amount of vege tables, flour, eggs and the many, many other necessary things, needed to make that dinner a success and she takes just as much pride in making that dinner a success as her husband does in making his business a success. After the dinner has been planned she starts her buring systematic buying. She knows that the wide awake grocers and butchers adver tise so she looks to their stores as the place where she can find the best qual ity at the best price. She knows, too, that The News-Times Market Page which appears in the Friday afternoon and Saturday morning editions, carries the advertisements of th ese wide awake dealers in foodstuffs and she makes up her lists accordingly. She also finds on that page the mar ket quotations, recipes and other news that interests her making another reason for her to turn to that page. Grocers and butchers are given an opportunity by The News-Times to make their appeal to the housewife just at the time when she is buying and in the place to which she looks to find the articles she wants for that Sunday dinner. Let the advertising department tell you how you can cash in on this Sun day dinner, Mr. Grocer and Mr. Butcher. Call 2100 and ask tor an ad man. Use the Market Page in the South Bend News-Times -J3 ft -: Is I; J ti t i i if " v. ii I' 1: L M !! 13 s SI I !! u S I ii ä I S! i 4 '1 8 il I HC -1 ii .1 w ii 't i! U il s iJ 8 s I 11 I I N t i f