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ntlDAY MOIIMNC, (KTOIir.lt S. 1020.
THt SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
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Home
Work
Play
27:. News-Times School Department
Edited by Elisabeth Steele.
Thj Boys' and Girls' Daily Messenger
School
Study
Sports
PRACTICE BEGIS
FOR SCOUT RATI A
Mr-nJ,. rs fif t r ' i r' .
l-.vl r.-hip of .T. I". MrCiiM
, M..k- , Tl;"?J:i";..n , in., GUtLS SEEK MYSTERY
Is : uc:v a boom! If.s a fV ff tJ11V1 I (CT
1 ..t t.l::r
luf 'tmu' .it th- S k r- 'l !! irt
K.h"Ol CTii iv r-in'. Th- tu
tmoj-i '; r.t f'i" i v nin.r
nn fh- ' nts i f th l:u' r r; 1 !
i! o whirh will i'i " t. Ti.
troops , . rn to 1 v niy !:. it"h 'I
.'iTi'l with -u h !.:; f"n:p t:tioii th'
w Irr.f rs li th 'r.! t th- rally
v. o-iM diffic'iit to fort.-ll
V.'opl Ii is n rm iv 1 In th
l'-r.tl .--"o:it h i '1 1 1 1 -i r t -r tint ;i Xn'A
ruin; nt of .or v. ill !. in .-;! h
iN r.'l fror.i Nii s to t.tkr part, ja th
r.illv. o. i n.
Th? w ir (.lr.of M .ire rr.:jh i:i !
tr.ar.l th.-- f ill tl.iy, troop- i ar.'l
f"n hivi1 th-m n -r:i -'! fw
iH.orn:
F:- th maroon. fr th- maroon.
0'.M.
W I
lj"iir. !or.ri1 ,nom, ?oini l-oor:i!
STUDY
V.
(V.7y's Ditry. I'riJay, Srpt. !'!.
W di'ln't do anythir.t; this nvrn
in.,' tut talk ar.il wriU" not s ahuut
that pi ni'-. It v:us fun to talk to
th- 1 llo'-s, to.. Th'-y saM that
I'canut anl I'ip'-Irrani wrrr in ik-
j inc fools of th-ms Ivos. W irirls
j y.iUl that (Maribf l was making fouls
j t nil th' Ix.ys in th Mh"l.
"Aitr all.' rrmarke! Int, "wo
How Many Va.
I';! you vr play t!.. lt.-.tih- "Howl
rnir v way.v. can a tutu ira.-s tht-l r"''"y don't know a tiling about
s' r. i
'. 'l.i rib 1. Sh- mvh sh- was in th-
iMovbs Vh-r? h1 savs yhv
It a b'ttr than src'lliTiLT down
"II. walk. -! across." ' h:- tott r d I 'v,'d hi California. 'li-r-? No
across." "lit- sttiTubb d a r s." "li' j "nr knows. I'll bt -vcn Peanut
T .... ... !. I. ...... I - Ti.rtfu.'t "j
"vn h;iv. th.-ni n r..r hen- ,,. vt,i:L'rd a'Toss." Ii) h ut. At noon we tried to vt hold of
tl.iy and troop j h;i mad.' t .-. ra- ,:rt:I j.o r,n can think ,f nt,.,th, r . '1 rib 1 but, no. Peanut had hor.
. 1 . . ' - I... .
ii"nh ii. r vi' I. it. k a' e.iiiot-s ;ir-
r. vallabb for any vrout in i"-'r who
.she to t iV.r' hi tro,j. ,:;t in th'
aftrnon r evnir.ir.
SCOTCH GIRL DROll S
' Uli ILL AIDI!G SISTER
wrd
Call it "Synonyms" if you like. It
is a K'-od U'ame.
Nuti''" that, no matt r how many
lit"f rent ways of ero.ir.r tli street
il. r- may be, .ich way Is diT-rent.
i.'ich weril make.s a difffrent pic-
u;re.
Soma ignorant persons u as
We waited till evening and cornered
her in the hall. My how FWect she
was !
I n ver saw a irl that could talk
so much and say so little. She was
so nie' about It that you just want
ed to tell her evi rythim: you know.
She toM us what a pretty state Cali
fornia is. Yes, she lived in the
They could pet across In
i - .i., ..... . ,..
. . . . , . v ,. , , : u-vil l..'JD't. Snak'si( are : charae
s.. u .. ' . I ...... .1 V,.. f : ... i
,m ine ii n- . ...u o .,. M.,,n.s of W;iys, b aus. of the writ
Kiri.s wno in iioine jur aiihti'-.i j.isi
nr nth on the Cur.anI liner, ai.- rin
Autrust' VIctori.'i.
' ft w as :;uf) words. Shakesnearo i outhTn part. he told us about
ine (tiiiereni movie companies, my,
. r 1 t-
t.-rs did io.r.- th.m -w;i.k" :,rn,i u was lnieresunp. we Kin.-.
ter' 1 ir'f vocabulary.
How many different ways can you
rad this "Study Help?" (juickly,
v.
Hns lift!., baK tin! around thr, , intelligently, uperhcialh
neck of Kva IVatti- wh was down- Sr.irt tho K;init. now
S(Imk1 SKrts" l ry (t!ir Day.
ed tryirtft to s i- h-r ymini r sister
7 tnse. who had wadfd out beyond
her depth.
It wa a terribly ht afternoon
w hen th- pirls r ach d America.
They were ejuartered at Hoffman Is-
...,. i carpenters believe that
Tin room for them at the lmmtpra-, 3 ... ,
. ... iMi.c iu-,,i then- Is no such thinp as stone Iz
. ' I .Answer to vesterdav's: The bat
OLD LADY RIDDLE
when the h '-at was SO in the shade
i .-rUU' i.'i.Tif Intn flw. U'irf 'iriil
,111. in.'' ut1 a .-til,
there- the pathetic tragedy hap-''a-'
pened. Hose was av d bv the-
Fuard.. but Hva's body lias not
been found.
that tlies without wind's is a bri'.k-
Dotino "Ilshnct."
The visitor was evaminincr the
class. "'.. n any little boy or any
little girl here tell mo what a lish
r.et Is mab' of?" he kindly inquired.
"A lot of little hole tied together
with Ktrlnp.V anfvered the never
faillncr "bricht boy."
OLD MAN PUZZLE
Square some thing that you lay
at recess with a word meaning
"parched up." a measure of length,
and a. beautiful garden named in
the Hook of denes-is.
(Answer to yesterday's: I ate no
thine: Monday.)
were just standing listening when,
all of a sudden, "IWs talk more
tomorrow rirls." and in a minut
sh was froin down town on Pipe
Dre arc's arm.
"We looked at each other. We had
been talking for lü minutes, but
we didn't know any more about her
than we did before.
"There's a lot of mystery about
her." said Iot.
Oh, I'm disquesttel. Here this
diary hasn't had a single thinp in
it this week but Clarib 1.
I'm not Koini; to write another
word tonight.
MARY TAYLOR U ILL
LEAD GIRLS' A. A.
Election rf officers too place rA
the initial me-tini; of the t ; iris Ath
letic assf.ciation of th hi-rh school,
held Wednesday afternoon m the
uirls' study hall. The result .f the
'.ction is as follows: Mary Taylor,
president; Kita Chaplrau. vice pr s
ident; Iorothy Kushbaut'h. secre
tary and trtasurer. and Hildegard
Von Ittrandy. yell leal(r. The
year's committees will be appointed
by the j. resident.
High Elementary Sewing
Classes Have Exhibition
of interest to tlie Pir rf Xw
school is the sewing exhibition in
the second Jloor hi'h s ho.,1 corri
dors. Cay colors and nair.tv Mitch
cry mark the Breton aprons and
delicate lingerie nvide ty th- uirls
in the elementary sewing da.-scs.
The colorful aprons are formed of
heavy crash and contrasting cre
Jnno and would tempt any damsel
into wielding an c?c beater, the
lingerie is n.iinsifk, machine stitch
ed and hand-embroidered and is as
attractive as the. imported Philip
pine work.
BOYHOOD STORIES
or iWMoi is mi;n
"School Sport." J'xcry Other Day.
In a newspaper the size of this
ene it is hardly possible to print
every section in full every day.
Watch tomorrow for "School
Sports." It will appear under this
head.
(lood "School Sports" stories are
sure to "break" as a real newspa
per man would say in your school.
Write them up and send them in.
Thank you.
Tomorrow's artlcl will civo a
huch of pointers on the right way
to drop kick.
Wiliam hake-peart.
"Here, boy. hold my hors" !ud
a w( l'-dr -ed man as he jumped
onto the sidewalk. j
That was a commcn job for boys j
in London 1m the sixteenth century, j
IeM' ad f'f poinr to the theater in I
iimous;r.es at:d taxis, the gentiennn
wt n t or; ): orse-bnek.
William Shakespeare fl.". 04-1015)
was s:ich a polite b(.y and was so
kind to the animals that he became
a favorite with the actors as well as
tli" o:i-Veke -rs. He w;.s ask d to as-
s:t Inside the- theater, and it was!
not lor.k' b fore he was taking small i
I'.irts himself.
He lik-d to make over the plays
and w hen lie prew older he K pan
to write poetry and dramas. He,
formed a company of his own and :
acted before Quen Elizabeth, who
was very much pleas d w ith him.
Laurel Camp Fire Girls
Begin Historical Hikes
Th1 Camp fire- pirls ef the laurel
school wili hepin a series of hike
to historical places Saturday. The
first hike of the season will be a
tramp to IiSalle's portape on the
St. Joseph river, near the four-mil-
bridge, where tho pirls will examine-
the tre, where, tradition
says, IaSalle blazed an arrow. Mrr.
Seymour I'ulleick and her daughter.
Miss lola llullock. will accompany
the group as ch-aperones.
im) vor
eve- stop to cons;. led what the
future holds? Are you pettir.p
as much out f'f l:f. as yoj
should? Are you m.akir.p prep
ress? Are you a square pec in
a round hole? in other words
are you in a KI"T?
Many mrn and women hav
been. lieiped ti
etter position
through the KmpVn;er.t Ads n.
the :;irvs-TiMi:s."
The Ni:WS-TIMi:S prints hc
tweer 7." and 100 employment
ads e ich Js.-ue. oraethm s more,
and !s the- hading e-niploytnent
medium in tin- city. To ipnor
th ads is to s'.am the loor or
opportunity in your far. Te
will fnd it a p rot; table habit to
read the NKYVS-TIMIiS CLASSI
FIi:i AIS. Mako it a ! ii'y lia
bir. too. Turn to the Classic d
P'.ige and rid them NOW.
IVIONi: MAIN 2U'1.
Inivo niTnoT x it
OIL FIELDS ARE
n the r :.: rpr.
i mu.-i' al .-ho -.. -
i , , . , . . .-
I ' V I 1.1
! Am
BASE OF SUPPLY r
l.in.: A :: .
J.i: ;i .iT.1
t 1
. i:t r-te-l in r: '-.ir.. . :
time- ;n S.l . t i .- ; r
. 1 ! has r' ntly h. -1 .- I.
s. I ..'; f.. 'A h' re h- 'a as
m m.i-.e e :::.. rr;- g.
r.iu ir.w.
Klkhart Man Krport Tliat
Aniorira Can Gel Ku
Maii IVtroIfiini.
i Sp-.-i:il to Ttv N-'a s Ti :.)' s :
Mr an! Mrs.
T-tr-si-c M.cli..
; w;th Mr.
W!i;:. - 1.
Mr. .:-! Mrs. C
th- Ttipb
1 1
.Mr.-.
t ) ;-.e.
rh. :r h-.i
i.s Madcre Smith , f j partri.-,rly impMs-l 1
ere Sund.iv quests .tw" 'lt U T'o'
:harbs Pierce. vast quantities of .t tba
HIGH school ti:.chiks.
Mi.s I)orcas Jane Kirk will direet
a teachers' swimming class which
will be held Wednesday afternoons
from C:C0 until 4:0 o'clock.
.iumori:.
J. Martin and family of Mish rAa-
ka. Mrs. .Tovbin and sou. .lesr, Mrs.
Ivove H ami Mi.--
South Pent!. w
Mr. and Mrs. Ch
Mr. anvl Mrs. Keinbold and family
spent Sjnday evening with Mr. and
Mrs-. Kf.scoe Keinl'old of South
P.end;
Mrs. Georce Sharp left Thursday
morning for a visit with relatives
in Xorwalk, O.
Mr. and Mrc. Ct örge Anderen,
formerly of this place arc the par
ents of a boy who arrived Wednes
d a y .
The Community Center of Ard
more will hold a meeting at the
school house Friday night. Oct.
A representative of the Co-operative
society from Chicago will
speak. Ice cream will be served.
yd p.-v.'o
I"o e.lui
ir..;s .v t .t I r:o,; t
1 ILK HA KT. Ind.. Oct. 7. 0:i i ........ f Si'urliv . . n:-g.
lands in Kus-ri ar-- expansive an 1 ' " r. p' . d f-T fw'ie pa.
' . S : . v wi: h Mr.
Van.de rh;. a form..- Klkb.artin " ! j . ..j ;;!) I.
i now i:i Mo-row. m-cot ia: it;- with ; M ;. orc.. I t .-. -.
the soviet L-ov.-rrn-.t r.t for the sh:p-l : . a-.' I ,'. -
,iint of large n: :' :es of Kusi en j . ith Mr-. i e r .
raw n-.at ri ls to Am. ri.-a. Mr. V.i '-!':. t. : ; -('-1 -j.
h rlip. whe.-e trip t" Ku-.ia is ! :-.gj .M r. ..-,1 M , . 1 i'
rartlv financed bv K. I. Doh.ny of-v. .: o-. .,tt -. b d a
th. Mexican V r r.d. u;r. aiol :h- j p lrtx .-i 'r.'nor
Pan-Americ in l'etro'.qm .x: Tran.-- j. c.
.To;-.-, TO..
Ml. Iej.;;.-.
jx.rt . has repoj -, ,1 that m- w : - j I " i : . I y . . r-. .r.g.
l v the r.i-r. i Mr. 1 Mt-. Oharb
1 an 1 t n" . f.; o ' So h W. r:.!' :'"
wo'i Mr. ..t..l Mr-.
ei r o : .
Mr. ard .Mr--. ". n: ! Wi:
: Mr. .it-
curable
at are pro-
America'-. Cliangc.
1 1.
was soiu to m. ike mvestica-i w. i e ;:'!
tions into the possibilities of d. v. 1 p
itiu' the oil in.lu.-try in Kus-i . I'
i:f has ln'-n express.-. 1 in Ku.-ii
that America, which seemingly far.
a petroleum shortage, in the logic il
market for the Kussian wells.
Mr. Vanderlip, who was tear.,! iu
i:ikhart, became" an authority on Si
b. rian matters nearly a ejuarte r of a
century ago. his first xp riencc in
foreign travel being cbtained with :.
eign travel o ing t.btained with
theatrical comp.any. H" am! .Tarn-
V. Poyer of this city were pioneers
i . o . ..
M:
r-.
a n
who ha.
; oi
Mi
Mt. p:
i:ir
r ce!-.ti- I et urn. 1 fr
N". w York O-ty. rnt W.-I-. -i.,
ifterne.'-n v:it h Mr-. d P - 'l- .
Mr. and Mrs llur- ;t l
: son. of I'ortair- Ir..:rie m
San. lay .-n:n w ;th Mr. and M ;
("lamb- Witt.-r.
c i i.il i home-ma Je r-.ve-'
e v i ( ep.ts- a pound. !'!
(Weezy's Diary, Saturday, Sept. LT..)
Didn't get a bit of news today.
I'm tired of writing so much about
that one girl. I've had the pouts
and the figets and the blues all day.
I guess? I was so mean to Joe Lyons
at the picnic the other night that
he eloesn't like me nay me. re. He
hasn't ypoken to me since. I wish
that vamp had never come to our
school. I'm not going to pay the
least bit of attention to her Monday.
Make Your Choice NOW!
mm.
While the assortment is complete
Hundreds Are Doing It
Men and Young Men
from every part of the country who
realize the advantage of paying
cash for it saves you $10.00 to
$20.00 on every one of these
New Fall Suits and Overcoats
Priced at $20.00 to $70.00
Suits and Overcoats that sell
regular in other stores at $55.00,
$60.00 and $65.00
are here at
$45.00
Suits and Overcoats that sell
in other stores at $45.00, $50.00 to
$55.00, are here
at
$35.0'
Suits and Overcoats that sell
in other stores at $30.00, $35.00 to
$40.00, are here
at
$24.45
Ii 9
a
I
fi TT
Men's Underwear
in fine wool, cotton fleeced, silk and Q
wool ribbed, $2.00 to $6.50
Neckwear
always something new.
Men's Shirts
Pure silk jerseys . . . . $8.50
Crepe de chine in beautiful
4 stripes $9.50
' Other shirts $1.50 up
New Fall Hats
i It's a pleasure to show them for we
Young Men's
Caps
Sere is where they Ret
the Sciz cap, $1.00
to $4.75
Know tnat we save you ?i 10
on every hat. Prices $3.00, $4.00,
$5.00 to $8.00
Men's Xtra Pants
hundreds to choose from, $3.00
to $10.50
T
4l ta
Thrifty Mothers
are saving money every
day in our rr.pidly
growing Boys Department.
See Our Display Windows For Fine Merchandise
Two Blocks
South of
High Rent
District
George A. Pia
It, Clothier
'999M Corner Michigan and Wayne Sts., South Bend
Cash Policy
No Bad Debts
No Losses
No Profiteering
it
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rag
October
Sa
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1!
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1 ,yl i
Sweaters
1
000
More Cloth Coats
A Wonderful Sale
. . Coats bought the past week in New York at the
lowest price known in the past four years, and we
offer you this enormous quantity at unheard of
prices right at the beginning of the season.
LOT 1
WOMEN'S, MISSES' AND JUNIORS'
COATS
Smart new Winter Coats for Women, Misse3
and Juniors, in all wool polo cloth; snappy styles
in brown, reindeer, pecan and (j j Cpj
henna. Sale price P I OaVV
LOT 2
WOMEN'S, MISSES' AND JUNIORS'
COATS
This immense assortment of Women's, Misses"
and Juniors' Coats in velours, kersey and novel
ties; navy, brown, reindeer and green; offers
tremendous savings.
Sale price
$19.75
LOT 3
WOMEN'S, MISSES' AND JUNIORS'
COATS
Handsome new Winter Coats offered at a price
never dreamed of. Coats for Women, Misses and
Juniors, in pom pom, velour, melton, crystal
cloth, broadcloth; fur trimmed or ttifl
self trimmed. Sale price 45Uv
LOT 4
WOMEN'S, MISSES' AND JUNIORS'
COATS
Those handsome coats that you would expect
to pay a third more for; in Bolivia, duvetyne, tin
seltone, silvertip, charmoustine cloth and broad
cloth; fur trimmed; cape or roll collar effects; full
flare; tailored or wrappy models. ÖTIQ
Sale price WWa I
LOT 5
WOMEN'S, MISSES' AND JUNIORS'
COATS
Only one or so of a kind. The very last word
in coats, $45.00 Cf (S
up to i)Sö.yu
ILK
SI.LI
A Wonderful Sale. The, World's Best Silks at
Great Savings Here Tomorrow.
CHARMEUSE SATIN
40-inch Charmeuse Satin in white, black and
all colors; regular $4.00 value;
sale
jlors; regular $4.00 value; 3 30
SILK SATIN
36-inch all Silk Satin, in black and all colors;
regular $3.00 value; (g
IMPERIAL SATIN
36-inch Imperial Satin in black and white and
all colors; regular $4.00 value;
sale
$3.39
SILK SATIN
40-inch all Silk Satin in navy blue and colors;
tegular $3.50 value;
sale
$2.59
BLACK PEAU DE SOIE
heavy; regular $2.00 value; sale.
36-inch Black Peau de Soie, extra 4 Q
GEORGETTE CREPE
40-inch Georgette Crepe in black, white and
colors; regular $2.00 value;
sale
BLACK TAFFETA
36-inch Black Taffeta; regular
$2.00 value; sale
$1.4!
CREPE DE CHINE
40-inch Crepe de Chine in black, white and
colors; regular $2.50 value;
sale
$1.39
SILK MESSALINES
36-inch all Silk Messalines, in black and colors;
regular $2.50 value;
sale
Si -55
SILX TAFFETAS
36-inch all Silk Taffetas in black and all colors;
regular $2.50 value; "I
sale 2) I .ÜÖ
SILK POPLINS
36-inch Silk Poplins in black and
colors; regular $1.75 value; sale. . .
Sweaters and Scarfs
Children's all-wool Sweaters in (d ft ff
all new styles, $3.50 to 3)IUUU
GIRLS' SWEATERS
AJ1 wool, pretty new styles. (j f ff
just arrived. $5.00 to 4 lU.UU
WOMEN'S SWEATERS
Coat and Tuxedo style, all
woo I. silk or angora. $7.50 to . .
S25.00
WOMEN'S SWEATERS
Women's all wool, high-back
Sweaters, $6.50, $7.50 and
$3.95
SCARFS AND SHAWLS
Hundreds of all wool Scarfs and Shawls in
Lvery conceivable style,
$5.00 to
$25.00
Smashing Sale of Dresses
Big New York Purchase of Hundreds of Dresses
to Go on Sale Tomorrow Morning at
1-3 to 1-2 Price.
$14.95
95g
Big Fur Sale
Fur Coats, Stoles, Capes and Scarfs at 209o off
regular prices
A SALE OF BLOUSES
Hundreds of beautiful blouses will go into this
sale tomorrow. Big purchase and samples at
prices that are way below the present market.
Silk Blouses, georgettes, crepe de Kfl
chine and striped tub silks. Sale price Waww
Women's and Misses smart new mode!?, em
broidered, braid and plain tailored. Pretty Eaton
models, Chicken models and Tailored style in
splendid quality of serge, that were made to re
tail up to $25.00. Sale
price
Women's and Misses' beautiful serge dresses.
in tricotine, poiret twills and men s wear scree, j
Chicken models, Eaton models and tailored style; j
embroidery, braid and plain effects. A most
wonderful assortment of dress. fi Oj f "Tf
Sale price
SALE OF FINE BLOUSES
One of New York's finest blouse manufactur- I
ers who makes only the better type of blouses, jl
sold our buyers an immense quantity ot oeauttful t
blouses, only one or two of a kind, in corctte.
satin, charmeuse and crepe de chine, plain and
beautifully trimmed, Oriental embroidery and
beaded effects, long or short sleeves; mostly over
A
" J
I
hip styles, in all colors. Not a blouse in the entire
tissui uneni uui wnai was maue 10 r a n rr
3 IU.33
retail at over $16.50. Sale price
1150C hildren's Coats
8
',1
CHILDREN'S COATS
Handsome coats in crystal cloth, silvrrtone, all
colors, with plush collars or self collars, full flare
or belted models; wonderful GT f ft ft ft
Sale price . . . .
4
t
coats.
$6.50 Ü
le price wbww
CHILDREN'S COATS I
Ages I to b, in smart styles; corduroy, crystal
cloth, chinchilla; all colors; pretty
belted models. Sale price
Ages 2 to 14. Beautiful coats, made by the
finest manufacturers in New York city, who sell fl
oniy iu uic ucucr siore. ui j)iusn, ooilvia, jj
silvcrtone, crystal cloth, velvet. Every new style.
r- . r i i
every new creaiion. every coior. immense
variety of styles at every price.
$12.00 to
$50.00
Infants' Wear
of Every Kind
3rd Floor
WATCH US GROW'
4UU U UUUL Vi J ' (JO
fcfcX W KT V- fe N-
S. W. Corner Michigan Street and Jefferson Blvd.
7
The Big
White corner
Store
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