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THE SOUTH BEND MEWS-TJME3
MANY FOREIGN BORN
ENROLL IN NIGHT 1
SCHOOL THIS WEEK
Home News-Times School Department Scho1
Wo riC Edited by Elisabeth Steele. Study
Play TIi J Boys9 and Girls9 Daily Messenger Sports
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SCOUT RALLY TOR
OCTOBER 2:i TO BE
ix.uion.m; ait.ur
A ro tir.-r i f th" 5"-ut c;n.m:. -fior.TH
nnil t!" 1 : -1 ii t d'-puty t om
mlsienr rs v. .is I ' : I V. d u sday
ev.pinj: nt tl.e V. M. '. A. to make
p ans fur th- -e'it r illy to be h 1 1
Oct. at L"j".r j nk. Tin re will
1 h no pr hm if: 1 i y eon t -: .-; in the
districts as it w:i:- previously !.i nned
c( pt-in competitive drills. All !h
front tr".r.;.s uii! p tri i i pi t in th"
event and s-'outs ffm Nibs an-!
Kikhart will be the cü sts of the
South Bend .- ( ;ts f'.r the ihv. Thi-?ile-
s1" outs' vi.--:t v. ill be r'! ;i!ri- l in
the near future by the city s'cuits
i ho will t ik the war f 1 r:o !ovn
the riv' r to N ;!.", in tkir.-,' an all
night hike of T 1 trip.
Srhool Veil.
iMalre up a yll ar.il sfir! it in.)
V.V will f'.tht '' m nil the time?
Yah. yah, ah! Oui. . a i , o ii!
We will bat IT down their line?
Yah, yah. yah! Oui. ui. o ii!
We will win the gime today?
Y-K-A. II-O-O. KAY!
Try NEWS-TIMES Want Ads
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STOCK REDUCTION SALE
Additional
bargains added
as lots get
smaller
CORSETS
25 dozen Ladies Cor
sets. An entire surplus
stock from a big corset
manufacturer, $3.00 val
ues, $1.98; ßO
$2.50 value.. UtlnO
SILKS
25 pieces 36-in. new
Silks in mos tly all shades,
up to $3.00 Q-p
values, yard. . UtiitJu
SHEETS
Wearwell. (M
81x90 seamless lDlaO
Sheets, (?13 ?M
72x9 dii
HOSIERY
Ladies Silk Hose in
black, white cordovan
and greys; $1.50 values;
strictly
firsts
GEORGETTE WAISTS
Beautiful styles in navy,
brown and flesh; up to $0.50
values. QJ-
SWEATERS
Ladies -nd Misses Wool
Sweaters, at fi ff?
$4.
i.95 and ÖbÖ
COMFORTERS
Grcatlv reduced; $3.00
values. $5.95; (2J QK
$5.50 values . . 0w
k z - r r i t v A 4 1 1 . i J n - X ' J I I .1 H .k IV 1
j Osne Day Sa!e5 SOO
I T T vri P Tl TT TT n
i Blew Fall ihiate
I s -'"vX v-fN.. "-Nv f 7...:": J AVX
Hats of a Quality That Would Ordinarily Sell for $3.50 and $10
In the cot;re ef a I u-y season a leading maker arcuraulatcd about 509 hats that were not finished in
inie to po forward with th.- ri;:inal yhipmrnt?. anl wore s--t aside. All were originally made to 5e!l
w holesale f. r cui:,!, r:ib!y inor. than this low prie.. AVe bought this t ntire lot at practically our own
price, and are t tu Tin,: them at Ks than the actual cost of labor, trimming and materials. Of course.
ill are favor--..1 r.. v .vryb-s.
No two hats in this remarkable collection are alik-?. whilic makes this event one of unusual interest to
women who wi.-h - Iu;v. style at a modi-rate ;.ri e. All are ir.ade of unusually jrooil material, such
a-s siik velvet, duvttjn. panne velvet, fro hi cloth and chenille and velvet combinations. Hand embroidery,
fancy cstrich tas.sels, riu tal ribbon?, fancy ornaments at:d :ioelty aigrette trimmings.. Black and all
leading colors are included in the lot.
Tliou-ands of Short Stories.
f-hr-rt storic arc int-resting.
No woml- r the old Imly was s-ur-pii.-e.;
th if ih- b -vs and girls do not
r -id th'.- dictionary n 1 f -r. "I like it
i r.iw--' the stories arc i-o short,''
.'he Slid.
A ( 1 -vr r young f. !!u'.v, invit to
a p.irry. was t i ; i I oJ'f in advance
thtf there would be a f'ag-:rue;-ing
'at' sr. He remembered that hin
iL: 1 ic t i'-n.-iry had plturv of f'.a-rs
' f all rations, so ho studied up in
adv ;ir.f ' . Of coury, !: won th
lri...-, i.ut lik- n tru ."-port adinitt 1
what ht- had dr.r.r and rffus.-d to
t.lk; it.
llc)w mary fallows would ever
havf thought th.it a hi',' dictionary
wfiild liflj) in s-uch a casr?
Thf olht-r day, a Kiri u rtp a story
nhr.iit Joshua Iloynold.. f imous
llnKlih artist. Th; htory did not
iv'A vh-n h livf !.
"Why don't you look up tho datrs
of hi-- ilf in th- biographical dic
tionary in the hack of th hi dic
tionary?" her teacher asked. "I
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ii lnii t Vi in a
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SHOP HERE
PERCALES
36-in. good quality
Standard Percales, full
pieces in light or dark, all
good patterns,
yard
GEORGETTES
Georgette Crepes in all
shades; 40-in. wide;
while they ß
last. vard. . . . VJ Unti:
90
GINGHAMS
A good assortment of
32-in. Ginghams, all new
patterns, M
yard ,
HOSIERY
Novelty Silk Hose for
ladies; all shades; to
close out,
pair
BOY'S SHOES
In black or tan; regular
$5.00 values
at
3.45
CHILDREN'S SHOES
In eun metal calf, $3.7d
values ftP
at Vlw$uKJ,
Sizes 6 to 8, J
$3.00 values . . J) E wviJ
LADIES' SHOES
All styles, up to $8.00
values. qjH ftß
at ((aWU
Up to $12.00
t
values
in i w wtr ivc ) an An DDir cTioir
didn't know there wa.s one," ex
claimed thj fiirrri?-cd student.
It took only a minute to find Jt:
"Keynoh'.s. Joshua. i-:r. Knb'Iii por
trait i:;inttr, 17:;:17.M
D:1 you know that in the hack of
the l)i; dictionary, there is also a
i;r"-ra jihic al dictionary where you
ear. look up the name of any city,
M ate or country that perplexes you
in piosraphy.
OLD 31IAN PUZZLE
"What :iTimbT of firruros multl
plird hy 4 will pive exactly 5?"
"Oh, k'ive mo a hard one- -I know
a r.UTn'.' r ot 4 fiure.s which, when
multiplied by 10 pives exactly 1-S!"
(Answer to yesterday's: If I
Lousht turkeys for $ä fach, Reese
for S2."n. and chickens for such a
ridiculously low price as 10 cents,
then in order to buy exactly 100
fowls with $100 I would have to or
der 1J turkeys, 1 ceese and 75
chlcke r.t)
One authority ciys thnt what the
Halkans need is a strong man and
a humorous one. From which it
may be judged that life in the P.al
kans is much like life anywh re.
JSJ MICHIGAN & WAYNEi
SATURDAY
CHALLIES
40 pieces 36-in. Challies,
beautifull patterns; all in
one lot; choice,
yard La)J
SERGES
36-in. Yi wool Serges,
in all staple fi$h$
shades, yard . . . IpöU
UNDERMUSLINS '
Gowns and Skirts; all
styles; up to "U
$2.50 values. Ööall
HOSIERY
Misses and Children's
Ribbed Hose, 50
sizes up to
Vi to
9 V? iSißb
PETTICOATS
Black Sateen, regular
$1.75 values. g3
at
Sateen
d-o nn
Bloomers,
at UBaW
SILK GLOVES
Ladies' Silk Gloves in all
popular shades; up KOm
to $1.50 value . . . $Jvl
CHILDREN'S SWEATERS
In a good range of col
ors. $3.00
i
value
Clares In r.ic:t school are still
open for enrollment. I'p to Iate the
number enrolled In thv hik'h i-Thnd
classes is larger than it has ever
1'oen before. The class in auto repair
numbers 108 and 103 are cnrolhd in
typewriting; stenography h.is
and fowlnf, öZ. It is announced that
th re will l-o a clnss in advanced
Kn?Iih luit chemistry has b'en
eliminated. Spanish will he taucht
hy a nativo tcacln r. One-third of the
r.iht ' school students are foreign-
Vorn wlio do not Fpeak lluclisii.
OLD LiDY RIDDLE
Why can you never expect a fish-
monger to be penerous?
(Answer to yesterday's' "Whirh
j aniir.al took the most lutrpasro into ;
I the Arle, and which the least'.'" The'
fdephant took mot; he Irid hi.-?;
trunk. The fox and the cock took j
least; they had only a brush and a
comb between them.)
Here is a meal of ann crams. Your
order, idea so:
Hand me cruet
Your posset Try mir steak
One solid Iamb Steamed or tossed
Q. "What is the difference between
a beehive and a moldy potato?
A. None at all: one is a bee
holder and the other xi specked
'tater. iafaf ii ! i aiii III til mltm tail
These are just
a few of the
many big values
offered
DRESS GINGHAMS
27-in. Dress Ginghams
all new fall patterns; 50
pieces to select from in
cluding 10 pieces Ster
lings, choice, fJJ
yard
CRASHES
Half linen dark Crash
Toweling,
yard
Extra wide,
yard ,
2Mh
O. N. T. cotton 13
numbers .... Li'sJ
all
Coats
Thread dozen
. Sil
COTTON BLANKETS
Full size double Blankets
in grey or tan. ßfl
$4.00 value
WOOL NAP BLANKETS
Heavy weight plaids or
plain in grey or tan; $6.50
values ft A ft!?
at ,aa
MIDDIES
Cotton Serge Middies in
navy (y& Q?
blue spsaW
Others up
to
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MEN'S SHOES
Men's Dress Shoes in
black or tan; up to $8.00
values
at
Up to $10.00
values
B.4
38.85
Aprons
Ladies' $1.25 Ribbed
f T
lion g&n
its flö
union
Suits
Children's
up to $1.50
values
Rompers
.79o
Dress Shirts for men,
up to $4.00
values
SU8
Best quality Window
Shades, 69c Köffc
and
Mens $2.00 $M ;
oralis eL -
Ov
Men's Work
bhirts s u ii u u
Bargain tables of Shoes tl
of every description; up j
to $6.00 Q-n
values yfiBVlF
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Ladies' m täte H
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Heaters
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The great popularity of Florence
Hot Blast heaters is due to t; e fact
that they burn practically any kind
of fuel and radiate the greatest
amount of heat from the fuel used.
They are sufficient to heat an en
tire house of moderate size-or can,
be used very economically to heat
larpe houses until real cold wea
ther seta i n. Splendid values
from $10.73 up.
Charming
New Lamps
1 -
If you are looking for a lamp
that is unusual in design and dif
ferent from the ordinary styles us
ually shown, come in and sec our
wonderful display of new fall
lamps. The model shown, beauti
fully finished in polychrome with
an art glass shade to match is
priced at only $2 3.75.
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An Unusual Bedroom Suite for $225
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Here is a bedroom suite that
is unusual in character, distinct
ive in design and priced at a
real saving. It includes evtry
piece shown above and w hile the
illustration faithfully portrays
this suite, you must actually see
it to appreciate its unusual
beauty.
Greater
South Bend
Greatest
Furniture Outfitters
pro;
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uavenpon
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Tomorrow is positively your last chance to buy
these bed davenports at the low prices quoted.
Come in and see them demonstrated. They
save space, rent, coal and maid service, besides
beautifying the home.
Davenport shown above is $59.50.
In three-piece suite, with rocker and chair, for
$110.00.
Other davenports at $73.00, $82.00 and
$100.00.
Graf onola Club
Now Forming
Many benefitted by our
Christmas Grafonola Club last
year. The plan is to come in
and pay $1.00 weekly and have
your machine delivered a few
days before Christmas.
The finish is mahogany, a
rich, golden brown rnahoany
that i usually found only on
furniture priced at a great deal
more than our special price on
this s jite. Every detail of con
struction and finish is perfect
a nio:it exceptional uluo at
sos.mssoiim
ews times
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Your home, the one place that intimately
expresses your own personality and indi
vidual tastes, needs good furniture to com
plete its charm. Such furniture is now
available in our great autumn display. Feel
free to come in and see this exhibit whether
you wish to make a purchase or not.
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Cane and Mahogany
Vor years th popularity ef
-at:e and niahoauy suit s f r
til.- living ro"iu
a h( ' n grow
ing, until this fall finds it the
hadinc tyje of living room
f urnit wie, and rightly, too, for it
is ri' h i:i ajip-arar.c, 'ii irmin
in des:g-;i and unusually eorn
furtable in construction.
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Will
Odd Buffets
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So often all that is needed to
complete the dining room Is a new
buffet that will harmonize with
the rest of the furniture. The mod
erate prices as well as the larfre va
riety of styles and woods repre
sented in our display will recom
mend themselves to you as a means
of piving your dfninir room a dif
ferent appearance at a low eo?L
In Vernis Martin
or Wnite Enamel
You may hae your choice of
either finish. A substantially de.
icrm-d iteel bed th:t Will fivo
many ears of real service, that
will mat(di practically any type ef
furniture, and its special price is
only 510.00.
for the Living Room
The suite illustrated above Is
but one of the m'iny different
patterns r.ow on display hTe at
mod' rate pners. It :i mnde in
the popui-ir .ue.M Anr.e period
style with g-r.uin mahogany
frarri's. uidio'st rd ia beauti
ful hgurcd tap'Htry.
Quality First
Highest Standard
of Values
Service that Satisfies
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