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JTZ: BEND NEWS-TIMES RODE IN CAR THAT ROBBED DE A THS 1 1 it 1 1 ;t .?. iu:al . 4rr: .Je.- ,)i ... . yt iir.i ;. i '..' Nt.'iih' tr. t.. -h. .1 C.dn.-davJ mrh'. f !i ". ! r-:r a lu" "fay- Hints-I wi'h f-r -.j,-j, j Sh Js cir. id by !.. .'fir. Harry' IV I'.-.i!. of S-üh'Hfüd, aril o .-.-? ('.-'-.'.!. Mr- Hertha P..!ern. of , I'.. itr!.' (fk, Mi .. .1 s'.fr Annl--! S r . . i ! t . ''f Ch rtof.. iia! ; .: broth' r . T'-tü Tru-mf-v.:.. - th;s . !ty md a . r I ! r Klr .t r T h n i s r . . o f N w j York .'' survive. 1 MAIL WAG01 .1 Ftderal Offirals Smrcli For Bandit in S.'.OOO l:. S. KoI.Imtv. PROMOTER SIGNS I LIGHT-HEAVIES I FOR LOCAL MATCH Harry Creb and "Chuck"' Wijrpini to Swap Punches Here Oct. 14. ntintk!. rr:rM P.r;r; ok' Mr.- "a 1 w ; was horn in Prdi dri -r of the- reads'- - drt-- ;. f.- Cf th-' :ie k .-. n I r ; . d to ! 'i pr .gr: . . 1 1 v. ...- r.t,t :;- ..-'tu: this ;i:t( a.s iios'.Ml. r 'v t r. !h' tr'j(,; trui c'rrv.- around r- 1 i v t r . ;--'i : ' ' - i; p h . - : r ; f r : r 1 , a 1 . tru k an-i th:- bo'ed the- !ric.-: to :). curt , "b ; . of thar ( a,. th- C'.!;!,;;;,,:! :;; it irr :! J I ..--.etier a he s'nj.pfd h:s trvi'k. i .'.av er ir. e H .' r with ,t r vol'-, r th ! ri ! büalir? i::trr. ! h -i;r, - i!e of ;h. ,iv. r': .-.it n tTi Tiji-rt. ar.'i d: ;;. rth 'a L.Fayet. ; blvd.. with t;:- roadster ! a-'.ing. ! 'i-.o'jtir. g for h!;. -f r rar. to! ;r.i.-..! Trunk 1 t.t it v.t v 'l.nr., I-T- l-Io.a i Mir hi -rar. w h-r- i - I;.. F'atrol S rul. IIo!..-rf- ar.-I , 'ffi,.r Jt..s.r; 1 1 a r i r ; u' Mostt-t-i r's -h- for ;-.:p !irry I'arkfr. ; -;' ti ::.. r from th Grand ' "' ir.k railway. join 1 th- .t!;.r. 'oicf- ff;.. -r '.'.-ho .j : Mi ;--.! inf i ; r (1 l-'b !:;;: a ut--n'.ol ;;. ara! ' : " r to rtl i r. f o! i u ; rt i rs vji r a r: us r;. i- to Ai tir.r .ort. ! irk''.' ' l. Lack of 7Ir n. Haroii. ;iop, ;.: of n i . :i at I "iil'l' I.Olu'lUiÜ'-IH Il.-kowki 'VII .S J 'ir.riblr to 1 1 : 1 1 1 Mi..-: tr.ot orry. a :i:(n f-i th' u'. t a: :"ir. ;ir to :n ' Ii ifai- tlu- rob'., ry. ri" raotor . ! offic r 1 kf pi on i.ity at r.i-'ht a- policy h :ii!.;u i rt.-i s. !,:; Wfln.'s ;.! bt-irifr hi- m-.iit ;; ?l.c - . T l r i . ivjthoui .i -y of fie-r. t'af olraa'i Th- 1 1 1 !: .'r. rally s( ,1 as a ut- but b. c io.- ,( ! i"-Tiial uT( i -a ? i'h,' f K.l::a has .rl-r-J th.i' Ti ol.ri'l'! b - ra t j,.:-. raittc-.l to rio (Juty a: th.- fatiop.. buri'ur th- i . h'nf'vi r, th-r: are fo jr li-.otoi - v f b? off;.-- r. ori Juty a- II ;i.f two Iriv i . whlto at n-rbt Tily a patrol lr;v r ;t .!'. duty. U'hib- th- harnlfu! of r.Uht pa 'ralimri v.. r -aairatl t" ,n the 1 rakout for Ii:- -'o'. r, tr.ai! tru- k y At tinr S s-t. I-tskou.-ki. St-rt. lii.licrtp anl S. :. ltu'ln.-ki called . ! Mr-.aral pa!: ' la.t ;: bb i ::i:ik' in- : r.ri vat .u:ii .bilrs started the m-:i rch for th bi'Miits ana stolen : t r " k . Kl n.i.; at;-i Itt tiv rar- ! r Kt;ir;pJ a a i ' i -f thf Ii rico 1 n ::icliwav. l'ostrnast r John Hunt' r u ith Lawrt ra.- I Iost' tb'r, hrrthor of ;!i- driver who his the contract for arryitu: th ' . ail from th1 train i- . .... tt. -.t -.,-,. riV. V. f i I. I .11 f 1.141. I. 4'i4V4. Ttif search in". t until n .triy 4 Viral; when the truck '.vas locat- it r.tir Wood and M-trh.r: ."-ts.. by ST-t. !bio r.k;. S. rrt. Kobcrrs and Ufi'.a r Han.'-, w. IN-drral I'rofw. l-Vdt-ral autl.oj-hi. . t-'dav art- cs'.isatiucr to a sc. t tain th- ont nts t tin- t'.va -"'. -n mail lom ha s which ar- thought to hav- contain . I valuabbs ataoauti:: to Jä,u"0. laiur leaked mill o,.,icht .iIoul: with 17 t i - 1 mail . ks w-r..- lft in th truck by th baralits. Tho two pouch 's whifh -.:" stol.-n :"o a!si buk- d. Th roa!.; r u d hy the ban dits was vnrlo-.-.l v. i;h sidv eurtaiti and h.-r.va.-c ,,f th- dark nr. Hojd t-li-r .ns unab'.o to t II Ju-t how many ocv-upar.ts tht r- w-re in thf car. Not hem? arm d Tir.trtlrr was at the mt try of th- ! aralits and fol lowed thjr ' ot!-.ruarais. th- li.andits ntrrini; orif s:dt of the truck as ilc'Stctlr out on the npjwsi:.' :.Jv. It in tli uitrht that th.' r..i.b.-ry ;.h tho work !" b cal pt ;;, ar. 1 tho scari'h for tl. !iuk"l n.,,ii am! wotuar. wPl rt today with :h- ar : :al f f' thua! authoi ities i'i-.tu i ' i n ;'! it: wr.o ', . : ciillc 1 l' lhvi-a-.a -t r if u lit r. MI. Ju;v C . 1 tO 1 . j r : r I has iivfd i-'.-'Uth V.' r.' for th.- -.-t :.0 yrars. h w. rrarri.-d on May 1. lss4 to 'b-orK'- V". I.-.,h of South H nd. Th fur. ral wi'l b.- h id from the r .-;:. ce Saturihjv affrnf-on at 2 i o'clock. I lev. Jan;-. fiardiner ofheiat-! iru'. Ihirial will 1,.- in 'a)w:v.an cr:n t ry. FUNERALS a I. ojth J'.riid boxing fans will have opportunity to ec a world's championship hoxir.? contest at Sprinhrook iark th.e c-vnir.p of rct. 14 when Harry bare. vor'd'J liht charnpion, will meet jrir.s. Indianapolis. charnr-ion of Australia. Th t'i-hter wore finned up for the Greb. Pitts- ; heavyweight i Chuck" Wisr-heaywel'ht two local Century Plant in Bloom Will be Shown Here Thf Mno:n:r: or a Century plan' belonxir.rr to ?. Kahn. 32G Lafsillo av., Th'ir.-'lav jV.sth: was watchrj by frio.mis of Mr. Kahn. Thi plant bloors only at niht and once every rx:r;. Mr. Kahn will have the ol?.:it with the flowers on display ia the witido..- of the American Tra.-t Co.. Michif5-i.i t. and Washington a v., today. Arcording to Mr. Kahti hr plant will again bloom this evening. CAl'T. WI.MIIII.I) MILLS I'l'T.N'AM. The b,.dv of ('apt. Wir.field Mills I'utuam whi) died in a military hos pital at Nantes. Prance. Oct. 10. If' i s, as a rc.--u!t of a wound r- i'. d ia th- battle .f the Argonr.e for. will arri'.a- in South P. end ir.'! .;. rnornin for barial which j uill h- in th- rity ( eniet ry. Cajit. j I'utr. im v.-as the son of Mr. and Mrs. j 'V l His S. Putnam of New York city. r.ial the grandson of Andrew Jack son. 710 Park a v.. this city. l'u raral s.-rvi' : will be in charge of the American ic-ion. SOUTH BEND BOY BURIED WITH HONOR I irrt Overseas Soldiers Who Died in France Are Brought Home. (CONTINPHD KKOM PAGE ONE) he confined all of his remarks to legion activities ana his work a? a members of the Indianapolis post of the legion. Dr. McCollough who K'.-rved in I'rance for a number of months during th" world '.var. told of tin- spirit or the toldier in France at ui c tnpanal the present organiza tion with the G. A. ft. which he calbd th- y rural fdd organization I epi e.st nting Ob1 wars of the past. THIEF MAILS REVOLVER BACK Weapon Stolen Year Ago Sent to William Hill of Water- ford Mills. match this morning by Lugene Kessler, local promoter, after con--id ran', dickering. The match will he for 10 rounds. Following a six round match be-twt'f-n th two boxers a wlnd np to the Dcmpucy-Miske scrap at Ponton Harbor Iabor day thy have been in rreal demand for a 10 round argument. Promoters of Milwaukee;, Past Chicago and Toledo tried to swing the deal but Wiggins held out for the match in his home state. This morning Greb camr "arms in a compromise in which he will carry away $3.000 ns his share of the $5, o j o purse offered. Additional seating room will be constnirterl at Sprinrr brook park and the entire arena cov ered fo as to stage the match rain or irhine. Seats in the grandstand will ?ell for from $2 to $5 while rin-'side seats will retail at $7. The match is expected to draw big crowds from Indianapolis, Chicago. Toledo and intermediate cities. In dianapolis will send a special train here for the show. DENIES HELPING SONS EYADE DRAFT xMrs. Emma C. Bergdoll Testi fies at Hearing in Philadelphia. - ' r pe. i.nl.t . Tl.o NVuf-Tiiii'-s : GOSli PN. Ind.. Sept. 2:t. When Willi;; m A. Hill, residing at Water ford Mills, south of Goshen, inspect ed his- mail be found one parcel post package Opening it the dis covery was made that in cracker jack box was a loaded revolver, which had 'on r. stolon from the Hill resilience when the place was rob bod of money, a bicycle and other t hing. The revolv r w.is mailed to Mr. Hill at Wst Librrty. Iowa, by 1'.-ytar-oid Robert Leer. whoe parents residents hare, are separated and who had been givt n a home by Hill. While the Hill family was away from the residence the boy climbed v. a hack roof, removed putty from; a window and effected an entrance. Ortlcers are bringing him to G o shn for trial. 1 cow cox in:i i : Ll.AGi K POSITION TO MM Mi:XICAS a'oNTINI'KI' I'K M PAGi: Ni: ied.n . la I a!::-::-. N M. H lu.ai" a trammer of '" ta'.ks An r.thu.-. i-U'' v. . lerne as uiv . t he i. i ral :d. t '' . . "lorado :!1 . tit.' rnor's GEORGE IS GOIiSG TO COySTAXTlXOPLE TO SCE GOVEIWMEXT .ampti-vi : a -. 1 i'rl'.a. I.. a mg i. re late Thur'la.N "d-lit. It. ' .i arr.. at I tu. it :'' Friday ; a gilt. Tiie fg.i ru.-r .11 : u. ilit nt 1 V r. -r over r.:-!i: an 1 bt e i.iriy Sat urday na mm-r for ' i 1 y . ('' .. and Di. i i.r.f, U J o. Speii.il t Ike News-Times: i;i)SHi:. I mi.. Sept. 23. Christy Cm.ii;.. of Licrane was born in iir- . but is an American u itizen pn 'Spere to the extent of PHILuVDELPHIA, Pa.. Sept. Mrs. Emma C. Berpdoll. James 1 ltomig. Charles A. praun, Albert S. Mitchell and Harry .Schuh, charged with conspiring to assist Grovcr and Knvin Pergdoll to eva4e the draft took the stand Thursday in their trial in the United States district court. Al denied that they had help ed the fugitive's n their flight. Mrs. nergdoll. Hraun and ltomig de clared that it would have been a comparatively easy task for the gov ernment ollicers to have found them. Krwin could be seen almost daily plowing with a tractor on his farm in Broomall, Delaware county, ac cording to Braun, brother of the draft dorlgers. Mrs. Pergdoll said that Grover lived at her home in this city after the armistice was Kigned and took her lr.otorlng frequentlj. (;iws Address. In giving her address she said that she had lived at the home owned by Grover ever since he had gone on his "vacation." "I wanted my boys to surrender and I sent Mr. ltomig out to find them," testified Mrs. Pergdoll. "I gave him a letter to show Grover and Erwin if he found them, asking them to come back and give them selves up as I could not live any longer without them. The govern ment men were hounding me night and day and I did not think they could bo so cruel and unjust. I was sick with rheumatism and aU worn out from worry and I wanted the boys to come back." Mrs. BerfCdoll declared that Ro mitr brought both Grover and Erwin back from Hagerstown, Md., after this and that she gave him $200 in (ash for expenses. "When Grover was arrested," Mrs. Pergdoll continued, "he had been in our Wynntletd house for several days. T. K. Furey. an auto trrdule salesman of Baltimore, bi a iiiht him there." REPORT DAI OUTERS OF MPS. KAFFFM A. SERlOrSLY lJl'RED Ai Cärdii C ta a rob pho-;,. y ort ! Tie . en .--Tift. .- olr.'-o i Thursday. M . it. Kaultrt.ar. w "ei' j ,.f the KaUfd.a'C Ft.! -Ut N. Mb' ill - 1 rt aching r.i n st . w as badl i' .'.ir. j arnt ' i'ii i s r a,: -'.v in o.,r. d lr; v. hrdi t a-y w r when the irivir.g. overturned t.. ar dd'. a V.lrh . Thursday aft. r:tao; A brok- p. radwU r"d w is ui u a- b.e i'.h:m' . f the accident. "v:.w.g a candy kitchen in Lagrange, it: tvo weeks he will ."ail for Con-s'antinop;.-. where lie will prosecute tb.e Turkish and German Govern ments on claim of $12o,700, the esrit:.ati.d value of the otate of his pirtnts. who di.-d three years ago. Their deaths Were due to actual Mara:iou. George says. They were tilv.ii from ( 'on-tantinopb- to a point 7.". milts away and dtni! food at.d wattr. 'i'ii- !i the-ir proj'rty was euaifi-cat d by p. I it lea 1 eiiernie s. ac cording to the Lagrange man's story. Ge reo i- represented by Hubert lm.sitig. former secretary of state ;n Pre.-'t Wilson's cabinet. During tb.e world war George was an Amer ican s-iilor. He opened his canity kitch- u after being discharged from the ray. Tn Greece h has a iter, li( :;:;,(. "i;. ar.J a brotht r. Pill. !. He ha- will divide the estate with them. The suit against the V.. rk and G-rraan governments Is d up -n Giorfe being a natur- i.::.: d Atu riean citizen. CORK COMMANDS LESS THAN ONE DOLLAR A BUSHEL ON EXCHANGE CINCINNATI MAN IS j ARRESTED HERE FOR FAILURE TO PROl'IDE Wa't'. t O" . l ch TZ'- "f f il.iire t-l rrc .! .T-r: i.c.s '. , Is t -clnnati. . w.s arr i h- r- !-ita Thnrs-lry -'.ft - ! er; e-r Vy br a-am. v 'rta cr I.a:c f.d'.c-wir.c the .tot T .i c.tt ra uni- , r f. tie i Vic ;;::.atJ poi ... c. j Peel? is beinc b. 'd a' t ; it; ;a.l i l eading the arrival of ..' . from. the Cincinnati lie- d. p.kr ;. HORTICULTURAL SUOIU DRAWS PIG CROWDS . rny-r n;-::: n:oM pag;: xt: HOME DESTROYED FOR THIRD TIME RY FIRE i:t..h.!:t ind.. s. pt. -vr ih.. third time in th.-ir marri i l;f" ! 1 !: ere Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Weaver' Thursd iv un.ued a severe b.'ss by I s.:-.. wlv-n tl.. u- barn and .II its cor.-! t.-:.ts i ; e destroyed by Ilames c f j !,:;k:; v - cr.Ttn. The vniiver home :- ju; cuit.-id.e the city limits and lie .;: nun were unable to reicli it '...tit ho ;. Neighbors form, d a! ' k- t brigade and saved the house. I 1. u aars ;ico the Weaver heme was . t.tirVly d.estroyed Vy tire with all .: c:-. tents and. twenty years ao .i'.üar honte they Occupied was u.ilarly wlj ed out. CHICAGO. Sept. 23. For the first time since 1017 corn commanded less than $1 a bushel of new corn. Fine weather pointing to a huge yield safe from frost was largely responsible-. The market closed heavy, to nine cents nut iower with December 13 l-1 to 93 1-1' and September $1.27 to $1.27 1-2. Wheat linished unsettled at three cents de cline te 1-4 cent advance, December 2.::ti 1-4 to $2.35 3-4 and March J2.27 to $2.27 1-4. Oats lost 2 to 2 1-4 and provisions closet! un changed at 37 cents down. As soon as the market opened corn started to plunge ehovnward. Offerings on a large scale were thrown into the pit apparently without end and the only buyers were shorts, who could grab nro.its. The ticular today suppli'- iure. Oats gave way with corn and touched the lowest prices t this season. Export purchases of whc.o totalling 1.000,000 bushels counter acted enly in part an impression that urgent European requirements for breadstuff $ hai been tiled. Meanwhile Bears in wheat made much e.f the severity of the break in coarse prain. Provisions declined with corn and hogs. September delivery in par- showed wcaknr.sü as receipts were large and further lag s were said to be on the wa NEW MYSTERY NOW BAFFLES POLICE Package of Dynamite Found hy Policeman on Brooklyn Elevated Station. a DucKet it to lire Later it in Man- XHW YORK. Sept. 2 3. After a week had passed without investi gators being able to solve the mys tery of the Wall street explosion, they were presented Thursday with another mystery who placed a package of dynamite In the Re id avenue elevated station in Brook lyn Thursday morning? The package was found by a po liceman doing strike duty on the Fulton street line, which is operat ed bv the Brooklyn liapid Transit company. He soaked it in of water and then carried headquarters in Brooklyn, was taken to a laboratory hattan for analysis. Accounts differ as to whether a spluttering fuse was attached. Somo oflicials reported that Patrolman Santelli. who found it, stamped out a fuse. At the laboratory, it was said. two pipe cleaners Impregnated with nitrate were found but it had not been established whethe. either had been lighted. Identify Tag. Meanwhile tietectives investigat ing the Wall street explosion re ported that through the health de partment they had been able to identify the tag . found near the horse attached to the death cart which is hflieved to have been the center of the blast. It had been issued In 1918 to the Iteid Ice Cream company In Brooklyn, but since then the horse had been sold three times. Meanwhile, in addition to dis covery of the bomb at the B. R. T. station. New York and vicinity were subjected to more bomb scares Thursday. An anonymous warning that the grand central station would be blown up at two p. m. caused detectives to be rushed to the termi nal and also to the Pennsylvania sta tion and the postofhee. Nothing hap pened. Sci?o Muggy In Brooklyn seizure of a rickety bucgy by federal authorities caused a little excitement. The buggy which drew up along side the fedeal builtl ing was found however, to contain 12 bottles of whiskey and not bombs. In Bogata. N. J., two dozen sus picious looking tubea were found in a freight car. An investigation was started to determine whether they were bombs or bomb casings. The grand jury investigating the explosion of last Thursday continued Thursday to hear -witnesses. A cur ious Incident in connection with the explosion came to light Thursday night when a representative of the Pennsylvania railroad appeared at police headquarters with part J. a window weight, found on the com- pany'a ferry boat Washington, when it lay at its slip at the foot of Ccrt landt stret. many blocks from the explosion. To reach the boat it had to hurdlo many skyscrapers. SOCIALISTS BEGIN DRIVE IN NEW YORK NEW YORK, Sept. 2 3. Samuel Orr and Samuel De Witt, the two so cialist assemblymen who the state assembly voted to seat Monday night opened a state-wide campaign at a rna.es meeting here Thursday night, by reading a formal letter of resig nation addressed to Speaker Thad dens C. Sweet of the assembly. Former Assemblyman Waldman, Claessens and Solomon, who -we re expelled at Monday night's session, also will take part in the campaign, which, Morris Hillquit, party leader, declared Thursday is designed to elect enough socialists "to take con trol out of the nands of the present bi-partisan reactionary clique." The assembly by its action In ex pelling Assemblymen Waldman. Claessens and Solomon, the latter of resignation said, "has definitely ceased to function as a representa tive body in a republican common wealth and by disfranchising the oters ef three large working een stituencii s. it has reduced itself te the condition of a mere rump parliament." POLES CLAIM ENEMY REJECTED PROPOSAL a . Ti ; ..fl.i a . . . . ' . t - . t . . ... u.e at Mlif merit if :r;::t it. Je s. ph eur.ty at 1' .'-: .. t .. aft r- t.o a, the 'h.t:..l r e i C, :.tt;. re ct the : t;b c: i : :i u.: Pes- s f Jcs- id. i.., :t ." s'iys 7.e ague that at w he re TIM) sloi.IlN i R A Fcri turir.g oir, which was Mo. r. frr.m the gar ige cf S-dorr.c t Sryck r. 12. S. Scott st., seme time Wehrte ;d :y night, w as fäund on the Prairie av . road Thursday evening at i.zr ed-- k bv M:-b reyeb;- rhetor M c In tyre. Tl - c.,r wis. parke! p r .1 r the Rockhill .-ch 'd h-ue and was cd. Hoovi.n Ti:sTini. NEW YORK. Sent. 2 1. Herbert' ÜAver. who testlned hare Thursday, !i. fore the senate committee or. re c obstruction declared he believed th abnegate of national saving -aid he stimulated if the govern m. nt '-tcj.ped prottteerir.g" and paid "scmetliing like an adequate rate of interest" to depositors. MAY MANAG I IK. ELKHART, Ind., Sept. 2 b W. H. Morrice. who has ten years experi ence in hotels at Miami. Fla., and Chicago. 111.. Thursday became manager of the Rucklen hotel here. He will remodel and overhaul it. O'DOWT) WINS. JERSEY Cm. N. J.. Sept. 22! Mike O'Dowd, of St. i'aul, former middleweight champion cleverly1 outfought Ted (Kid) Lewts, claim-, ant of the English welter and mid- die weight titles, in a 12 round bout at the baseball park here tonight. The weights were O'Dowd 15S and Lewis l"ö. The American had the.' better of every round except the! opening one. which wa9 even. There i:..K.isi:n makf..n gut. AMERONGEN, Sept. 23. Will iam I loher.zollern. former emperor of Germany, Thursday turned over to the village authorities here the little hospital he had ordered built is a memorial for the asylum which ATvercrrt-n rrnve tn me--, when he fled from Geimany. J PARIS. Sept. 23.- The recur re ne f righting between the Pole and Lithuanians, notwithstanding the Pacific attitude of the repre si;taties of toth nations before the e e-une il e f the Leagu.- of Na tions here Monday Is explained from the polish side in a dispatch irm Warsaw Thursday. "The PoIih government the message, "has sent the of Nations a note eieclaring the Kalwary conference. peace negotiations were being con etucted, that the Pales had present ed the Lithuanians with proposi tions in accord.tnce with the deci sion of the League's council." The note adds that the Lithuan ians, however, rejected these prop ositions, and Poland was obliged to end the armistice. The note declared Poland claims any responsibility for events which may result from Lithuanian government's action. dls the th? parKs ircm a emmney HOOF FIRE. is-nltcd he roof cf the residence of Valen tine Woligorski. 1303 W. Sample st , Thursday afternoon at 5:33 o'clock. Central companies and Hcse Co. 's I and 2 responded to the alarm from "ox 67. The damage amounted to 15. TT Getting More than just style in fall clothes fyN4 fe'r- - - ':i.y-nf . ' 'p J riv rM'i . o... t,u V; . ui ni Is) V.-- VI rfHte -X!'- in i i ,1 L 'J I rv'- - - " . fif (ia" ::4'i t fiNVW 'v-x a7r -t- i- wv2l . t " ; " v f - ;' yrr?- ! iit-; ...... f -a;rw5.-; - .:.-..? V .:( iU ' . - - V V' M Vi y '.VJ $u 'S- -: "W'-' - - . i54-: f : . ;.- - - - v'.--r Cprribt ly Tb Heut of Ku?eahe:mf - Certainly good style is desirable, but when you seek sound clothes-satisfaction you want to get more than just style. You want sincere work manship and dependable fabrics all the value that your money can buy. You can't' be sure that you get it all unless you guard carefully against outside appearance. Consider as well the texture of the fabric the tailor ing and finish. Kuppenjkeimer Good Clothes Look for the label that stands for these qualities. You'll never fail to realize full value and complete satisfaction in a Kuppenheimer suit or overcoat. Fall Suits for Young Men New Lightweight O'Coats The new styles are more conservative. Both double and single breasted with entirely new lapel, front and waist-line treatments. Solid colors, plaids, checks, stripes at $40, $45, $50 ind up Beautiful single and double breasteds. Some form-fitting; others with regular shoulder or Ches terfield effects. Rich patterns and fabrics. Many are showerproof at $40, $45 and up Plenty of New Fall Hats Here You'll find plenty new fall Hats at this big store. Quality hats every one of them in exclusive shapes, colors, finishes. We feature Dunlap Hats famous for finest quality since 1857. Displays are now at their bsst. Let us show you the newest Dhnlaps, Stetsons, Mallory and Livingston Specials." 5, $6 $7.50 and up '--:V" v c..l d.a. Newer Caps $2 to $5 Cloth Hats $3.50 to $7.50 .White and Jersy Silk Shirts $6.50 . . 7,' : d' Quality Clothes for Boys Quality is something that's hard to find in boys' clothes. When prices were lower it didn't matter so much but with everything so high you're entitled to it. You'll get it here, too. We've taken more pains in our buying than ever and the merchandise shows it. You'll find our value exceptional. Boys9 Tu-Pant Suits Nothing like a two-pant suit to get most value for your money. Our showing is wonderful. Rich patterns of brown, blue, grey, green in pure all wool fabrics. Re inforced where the strain comes. Both pair of knickers full lined. $14.75 $16.50, $18.50 $20.00 $24.85 my Juvenile Suits Wash and wool suits, gizes 2 to S 2.50 to $16.50 Winter Overcoats Diisplays arc now at their best. $9.95 to $35 Hats and Caps South Bend's finest se lection. $1.50 to $10 Saturday Special T T T L,ee uniona 9 $4.65 an l ft O Ja Saturday Special suLee Unionalls $4.65 the House of Kuppenheimer Clothes