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MAV MOKMNG. SÜITIiMFUri! 22, 1920.
CUE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES WANT KIYASIA11S :i TO ATTEND STATS ; CLUB GATHERING Ma':' Fin::l Arrangement for: South J5 nd Drh'iialion at Tw-davV MrrtillZ. SOCIETY GIRL IT' EDS FOREIGNER ! iTrn t mnr vtm n BY SEED SELECTION F1-. . rr -r. f o - '-- P : ", )" : ' r - ' ' . P ' ' ' ar- T'.jC. r ;.-.. 1 : ... r. :s - 'i r. to r' p. ; ir. I" i -:. ; -. i : v .- :. . . v f : . ' f r . i r .. . .:: .it ' .: r . T ;i.v. v ! -; W.th -h. . 1." that "' ' -Th I:- .! tr r.'-'T- u Kl t tt ' r '! i . . r !..'. i u :i f- i" r. ,hj: v. .' n ' .f K'.J. h-i r ar. ! P - P .- -: .i -d yo . :: r, : .'.- r r. t ; t'. ' ? a Ir.. Th- ' I !!.'. ' ''r' v ,ir!;' : Y r : v!r i' of S p" 1. J ' l a ; : i wp :h- : t. r r.i .rri.r ! thi , 1 " : J A ' c '. r i k . T r. V. ' V- i . t r 1 ' ' . ' i ; : " n i -J'-.i h i ? rra: v.! l' ?.':!. n - : . J h . - . i : ' .'i . ! : . . ' r :. i -t . 1 ! r " . : .. t : '. ; . -i l ':. ' : i r ti n. !;; r.lz tt i:;I.iitc?'. A T - !.r- !.'"' '- ! 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ADDS COMPULSORY K AT 11 D GYM wor: 'TIT III, I.I li'l 111 II Shivrlv Farm to he Mecca of 0 Farmers During Horti cultural Meetinc. J. P. Shlve-iy, a farn-.er of St. Jos pph county, .-reurpcl an adiith r.al V)U?hels of potato? to the acrr this umnifr th.tr. are uuaily grown, hy felpctinsr ar.J sprayinp thi Fer-d. The rxperin-nt was carried out on Mr. Shively's farm with tht- co-optration of county agent I!. C P.ird. During thn early pr:r.u rrvoial h';she!s of potatoes were j '.-cted from the average bin ran .stock. Those were treated for dieao. preen sprouted, cut according to Bird's directions, and were ivt-n thref hprayinrf with Hordt-aux rrdx ture riurinrr the '.iimiur. At dijr pin time Shiveiy received the :JG huxhels mor per acre from the .se-!ect.-d plot than from the average ?eed. AccordinfT to County Aent Bird, indications are that tht- .-elected seed will more than double the average yield. During the horticultural meeting on Sept. 22-24. a tri; will be made to Mr. Shively' farm and the work that has been done on the potato field will be clearly explained. Tlans for the future development of the field will also be outlined. It is expected that county ajrent and farmers from r.cißhborins counties will make this vi?it and see the re sults of the experiment?. In Porter county a pain of 50 bushels of potatoes to the acre was secured by careful hill selection. This peed gold in the field for eating purposes at $2 a bushel, or 50 cents higher than the unselccted potatoes, because of its uniform size, sine Ki nes. and freedom from disease. Two farmers on five acres made $500 ex tra the first year as a result of weed selection. Mis Dorothy Norris. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Alfred K. Norris. of X"- York an 1 I'hii.i dlphia, was married recently at the Norris villa at Xai t aLran.-' tt l'i. r. Ii. I., to I.ir ut. Kaoul Alevra. of Bucharest, Ku- i-ir.ii. Lieut. Ai.-vra N in th- Kumanlan diplomatic service r.nd atrved with distinction iurir.K tJi world war. Ho won several decorations for valor in action. His Pride is well known in social circb-s throughout the c ountrv. POLICE UNABLE TO FIND CAR OWNER Sport Model Hudson is Hehl at Police Ilcail-nuartcr?. Th. pidic departr;ient h is been un.thl - to tic. d an owner for a sport m.'del Hud.-on 'j20 n.ori- car which was found ulon a c;uiity highway veial w. ks -jiro. Chief of Police Klin.- has communicated with all s-urio'ipjip.t,' towns and has sent cir culars to several cities in the middle west in tho hor.es of finding the owr. r. Tha- car is in first clas.s eon difion and contains accessories. Try XEU S-TIMES Want Ah Michigan Street is in Dangerous Condition tln H'ite f repeated warninprs from HiCmbers of the board of wojka a::d Chief of Police Peter Kline tlic street cur company has failed to complete the work of removing pav ini? supplies at Kwinir av. and Mich igan st. A number of accidents have ocean ed at the corner due to the blocked condition of the street. Th detour around St. Joseph st. and S. Michigan st. south of Kwinu' av. has been impassable for some time. The pav- raent makes it unsafe for auto-itr. i:ivi:k pauk m:vs. Charles Wiiuht of P.ourban. lid.. spin the Wiek nd with hi& niece. Mi-, i V. Hcplvins. Mrs. i:. S. Drake of Nashville. Mich., who has been the uuest of h-r ur.ughter, Mrs. I. V. Hopkins, lii? ?;une to Uourban, Ind. GIVES NEW MAILING RULES AT POST OFFICE Liquids and substances which easilv liquify in the parcel-post mails will be exchanged with the Netherland. Hast Indies, according to word received by Postmaster John N. Hunter. Combination packages will be accepted ir. the mails of Co lumbia. Parcel post has been suspended to British Tojro'.and. Articles addressed for delivery in the state of Tabasco. Mexico, arc to be forwarded to New Orleans, to bo included in the closed mails made up by the oliices of New Orleans for the office of Frontera. Mexico. A parcel popt convention has bem held between the United States and the British colony of Fiji, and par cel post packages for Fiji will bo admitted after Oct. 1. THIEVES ENTER HOME OF WALTER BRYAN Walter Bryan 101 North Shore dr.. reported to the police Tuesdav morninft that his house had been robbed sometime Saturday niuht. After thoroughly searching the house the thieves took an FP.;m watch and DO or 0 0 Victrola records. Hdfirm Corset Sale. 10 rerocnt 2". percent discount. The Crai e Shop, i:!0 S. Main st. l)lj.,-2J Adt. Clares in Boxing. Swinuniim and W rc.-tlin Added to Sport Curriculum. Co.i.ii! - -.ry cATirastics f : freh jr n and '! iiitr'l'n to.:-, of boxin-. i'fhr.:: anl sw i : . , .m r. are in. -r i ; : ; . d i;, a ! MV athb-ti:' pt'ntu to b Intre !'Kd at Notr 1.j::io abovjt h-t. 1 The pr's w i ', ; p. Pi r h;ir,'e ( f lti v. I-'.err.ird Ii r.-e. i '. S. ".. arid i i.:t.ir.t.-. with th-- coop ration of I'o'.di Iicrkr.e. In Pre u ith otP.,r uid r rsities. the pvMir.'i:: pr-'c ram h a .- be. n o-jt-l.n d to s"lve tho prrbV-r.i of xt- ise fr the jcrrea r. utt. ! of students l irr.i 1 in roll, .ue ,t thleti . l'h; lcal exa mlnntior.s ar-- r.ow r 'v.i v far. I i tli'-'.r ri r.i '',;-iori i iv,! :a rrmitliil c i '. V t h" r. ir will b.- frr:-i" 1 !-i s :!! i:!ivi.;;: il l.e.'j. ri students. Two ho;;.-- a wi k v. :P b,- clevrtei t'i m rk at. ! -yir.r.i-tr with the fr ht:..ir !-.-., of th. ; r, no it r w -e car. V-r cbt.; i:i '1 'vitho,.. .v,, credi: '.'.:.-..l Pv C. ; . 1 f r th-s.- ''.-V;o rP :;- -5r ti'.n in b.--x .-wi:. i-,d v.:--v.-r.; b. for:i 1 a w ; rt f wf ij-ht ::ft;n,- ill i-, n-.tro- . i It Is pin:;::.- ! : o:.,p:v t tcr-h t'i C' V.tf"? in t!-.'s,- w:th t j f$!t iP.tv ! . r.ter-, a'e com prtit: !, :h. ft:tur,- All o! t? work v. : 1 1 ta'-w pla-."e ir. r ' u ::: e.a iura X rep., r a?..! xp:l jt;.r... c-. ti :: - t':-.' ? i. k i rr. ; row r--. r. ! m-r. tP ir. $2 i ; , 4 e M.: -d frr ......iitp r.;il b" ) p.. er.. A " a . n.'.-i '.e ir-. tlie t viv. l.o . .p:i; r- J:-.. ;; .;-:.r : ; .fs- ;u : - " i : -T n . .t h. : -. r r : 1 '. 1 : r ' c S i i.i!.:;l:.- P ,.-s. . ; v i :- ? A p. .-re r- : u r r. '. : , w '. " to p. .';.; r- P-.t. t . - ;:; tt .-.! liti.-r. to th. s. damPt il- ati l ... -i r v-t- 1 ' ' ' t " ir.' p r e - r. ar- i t P. ir- Iß) 5 I rt. . v 0, 1 f .r tP- a . . 1 a t . i :r -a P. ot to ; ! r ; ' ' 1 1 i . . . :P- PLAN U EDD1GI CARSO.YS ACTIM True Economy consists not merely in paying lesi, but rather in getting the most for one's money. A wom an paying $8.00 a pair for her shoes may get unmercifully cheated while her next door neighbor paying twice that xnuch may receive full value in wear, style and satisfaction for every dollar expended. Right now, the new fall styles in Hanan. Cousins, Red Cross and other quality makes of shoes await your inspection at this store. The prices are much lower than might be expected. it- . vPL - V; i S ; i T ' - j ;:. 0 I rtistic Fooitivnr of Quality TV r- ... ,. r r. fus. 1 ' i' :t. f r::-.-it: r. r. jrar.iir. c :-' v, at -, ;:h tho . .- ; :.. r. a a. Pv- .1'. P::wr. the p.ir o .--.I fr. th ;.P: -a , ;:P; p. ::.arr; M i ' r e . r ! . ... V 1 . TV. IV- rs to " - ' r L- . v( nt " . -rr ! r.utr.Pi-r Try NEWS-TIMES Want Ads M'C! d VJ See Our Assortment of English cfä f1 X'ool Hosiery. 'A P 111 S. Michigan St. vhhl ! yv. r Beacon Blankets at 15 Discount During September IBS The Tea Room a I w a v s sen es von clean food on clean dishes and you have clean silver to eat it with. Store Opens 8:30 A. M. Closes 5:30 P. M. Ja (be Br So C Store open Saturday Evenings Until 9:30 Opportunity7 Permanent positions are open for you in this store if you are willing, capable and courteous; the steady growth of this store insures Tapid ad vancement if you can show the ability to manage. We want salespeople with experience, also others with no experience but willing to learn. You can apply per sonally at the employment office from 9 to 11 a. m. or send application confiden tially by mail. INTEBÜBBAN DAY The Children enjoy new clothes as well as grown-ups Your little pirl will look nice and will be warm in one of our wool dresses. She may choose French serpe. utorm ciffto or Irl cotlne in several colors. The styles will please her and so will the silk braid trimming. If she is between 6 and IS sh. ran h fit1 here in dresses from $7.50 to J2S.50. MIDDY IllvOUSKS are practical for school wear. Mor r.nv pirl from U to 18 years of ase will be delighted with one of rur middies to wear wdth her full pleated skirt. These midch s are white or white with colored collars and are braid trimme. 1 waih emblems on the sleeves. They are only $2.00 to $3.y3. Leather Goods Purses at prices that pleaie your purse Lovely hand tooled leath er envelope purses with mir ror at $2.93. Morocco leather purses in blue, black, gray and brown, at S3. 95 to $7.50. Small but handsome util ity bags of crepe seal. These are full leather lined and contain a neat coin purse, $4.75 to $6.50 Utility bags in black and brown at $3.50 to .0.00. Waists of irresistable feminine daintiness The tüilored waists which have just eom- in are simply exquisite. You will think the sime as soon as you see them. They arc of repo de chene, in flesh, white, navy and black: tucked and embroidered. The prices are $11:. 00. $Uhr0 and $12.05. You will le delighted with the new taffeta blouses also. They are the tie back styae with three-quarter length sleeves. Colors are I avy and black, and $12.00 and ?1.'.'0 are th-? prices. (eorirttc blouses in the o or-! buise and suit Moure styles are very pretty. They are trimmed in lace embroidery beads and aro in .such colors as taupe. Miami, oriole, azter and bisque; J10.UÜ to $25.00. Handkerchiefs Even a handkerchief has charac ter. On our main floor is a collec tion of 'kerchiefs that you will en joy seeing. Here's an idea of what you'll find there Women's plain pure iinen hand kerchiefs suitable for autographing 25c. 39c, 50c. 65c each. Women's imported Swiss em broidered handkerchiefs 25c each. Children's school handkerchiefs 5c, 10c, 15c each. Men's pure linen initial handker chiefs 65c each. Sweaters Full of style and comfort These warm days and chilly nights arc the best cold-catching weather there is unless you are properly dressed. A tuxedo Zephyr sweater is the very thing you want for the evening ride or the morning walk. Thse sweaters are black. navy or brown and have belts and pockets. They are $ 10.00. Serplus tie back sweaters also keep out the chill. We have these in a variety of weaves and colors fur $5.95 to $7.50. Underwear That is made right and priced right The underclothing offered by this store is comfortable and assures a better fit of the outer garments. Carter's under wear is known for its neatness, strong build and convenience. Light weight lisle union suits all style necks and sleeves, knee and ankle length $2.50 and $2.95. Medium weight Cotton Suits no sleeves, band or bodice top, dutch or high neck, elbow or long sleeves, knee on ankle length $2.50 to $3.15. Medium weight separate garments vests in all style necks and sleeves, ankle length drawers $1.50 and $1.89. Draperies To fit the color tone of any room When the sunshine streams through your windows does it do anything more than illuminate the room? Drapes should be hung in the windows to transform the bright sunshine into softer hued lights which mellow the color scheme into rich ness. Vivid or subdued cretonnes give marvelous effects as do velours in brown, blue, rose or mulberry. Silk damask is very attractive for interior decorating. We have all of these and more. Come in and sec them. Dresses Picturesque studies in line and color There are dresses in general and dresses in particular. Ours are of the latter class. Dresses that are individual yet riot conspicuous are the tricotines in navy, black and brown which we are showing. They have the low waist line and draped sides, $22.50 to $62.50. Skirts The effect of a pretty waist or sweater is often lost by be ing worn with a shabby skirt. Your costume may be per fectly completed with one of our soft tone plaid skirts, pleated or plain. We have all sizes $15.00 to $2 7.50. Your skirt seems to set better if you have . good petti coat under it. Our pussy willow or taffet.i petticoats in navy and copen are $12.00. 0M4M- a 'tv Furs for Chilly Evenings Beautiful shoulders, scantily protected by a filmy frock, find just the right measure of warmth in a fur scarf or throw. If you have never tried on one of these exquisite fur pieces you have no idea of the shimmering loveliness of the pelt, its becoming ness to the skin and the smart lines it gives to the figure. Our display ot especially designed models includes chokers, scarfs and throws in the newest designs, ideal for motoring and fall evening wear. Wide Variety of Furs on Display DIM OI'NT ON AI. Ii RED STAR lP i KOIT VAI'OK OH, s'I OVKS WARNER BROS. 22ü South Michigan St SAM'L SPIRO Sz CO. 11121 a Michigan Sr. Ilonve of R S. Sc M. Clothes S. D. FJoran & Son Wlrlcj cad rtepairiEs. THE I. W. LOWER I COO HATING COMIWSrr. Sou lb. rk-nd, Indiana. Wall Taper. Irmporir. Paint FtjypTJc-s. We require 24 hours' notice when furs are withdrawn from storage to allow us to clean them. H. GREENE L ATT Furs Exclusively 232 S. Michigan St. Union Trust Company ife D posit Doxej vltb t-tvUJ I ra-cUitiea tar th privacy cf c- tomer. I r. ' r ' - - : . . i ' ' i m "toi i T -T- 1 1 ' J