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SUNDAY, OCTOnCR 10, Ivw.
fHE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
Business Efficiency Begins With Worth While Employees. Use "Help Wanted' Ads
V
J
GETS BIG DAMAGES
FOR ACCIDENT AT
GOSHEN FACTORY
Injured Man to Visit Mayo
Brothers in Roches
ter, Minn.
j-"Ia: t The Ns-Tir.f:
(;oS1ü:N. u.. Oct. V-Mr. rind
rirs. Hurt 11. Throckmorton of (--s'ieix
left today for lio. ht.-.er. .Minn.,
v. here Mr. Thrr krnort'.n will un-
rso examination at Irs. Ma h'.--I
tal. tTom Hoch sUt they will
1 rocttd to Los An:riif. Cil:f.,
X here they will rem. On until sprir.tr.
, Mr. Thru- kmortort, a (Jo-hen v-
t 'raihT, was a few days ngo paid
SU.ono by the- S-ui'If rs-l-lKTt '.
ot Goshen, hanlwood lumber Ual-
.--rj. us settlement in full for .ill
rl.iim.H h'dd by him an the result ul
T'lribk- injuries rvceivid when h-,
about a y- tr aic. 1 11 into an uri-.u-trd
stfMni ; t in th wood yard of
th- company. while ngag'- in in
F!e;tlng u car load of wood.
l.HV mxl Drath.
At the time of the accident Mr.
Throckmorton own. d ih- wood out
nit at tl.- mill. For many .v ks h
JmvrreJ bet wem lifo and d ath and
lie remains in next to helpless con
dition, although sunif improvement
1 noted. Whether prrman nt re
t Mi rv will result, however, is doubt -lul.
Skin grafting was resorted to by
physicians who treated Mr. Throck
i 'tof ton. whoso limbs were literally
i onkefj. He h;is been compelled to
iib.indon his bns:n .3.
To avoid a law suit th" Sarxlers-J-JKbf-rt
Co. paid Slö.ono. The
v.-'i.i not fully covered by the Indiana
v.urkman'a compensation act. Mr.
Throckmorton mado the s ttlement
with the company without haxing
uny Iegtl rouns" and the $13,00'
Is net to him. The company at firM
tendered $5.000 nnd L.ter this
nmount was increased f 10,000. It
is siid that the actual expenses for
medical treatment are approximate
ly JX.CK'O. Druqs ami supplies cost
$!.L'00. No denial xxri made by the
company a.s to liability.
Th settlement sum is said to be
the largest ever paid by any Indiana
concern without Ieg.-tl proceedings
li.iving been Instituted and it also
o t.s a record in that the laimant
did not consult n lawyer.
j..st or si:iiit:s.
Rev. James L. GardinT, P. p..
will deliver on Sunday vveninc at
St. Taul's Methodist Kpiscopal
church the last of a sorie of ser
mons on the treneral subject "Mod-
rn Goo's that Preach.' The par
ticular book to be discu.d will b
(JcorKP Kliot's well known stor
"Silas Marnrr."
The jsiriprinpT will be led by St.
Paul's men's chorus.
ff iaüd I wdl mr
rf
it '- " tjsrnd jou on tnal my rci!d. focth
lf Z4tltiag. puarantped trcatcant ior Plies
wDJcn cias proven a Mfisine to tr.ou
eands who are now tree (rem this
cruel, torturous d!?eae. Send post
card today fcr Fu'l Trratmet . If
results ars atisfactory cost you
2.lf Ii not, crt nothir p.
C. POWiRS. Cpt 727 CATTLE CRILK, MiCH.
lr; ;
i
OLJ) AI RELIABLE."
iF YOU
neM iBRey and are particular
at to SERVICE, aee us Tte
more careful you are in fe.'tln
morp certain you will N to
cbooaa tb old reliabl STATF."
LvD od Cbattel?. Mala 1743. !
STATE LOAN CO, fj
fl
Eatabltated W-
tad Kor Merchants Iltnk nblf.
1S1 8. Mich. St.
35 a.e -3 joe
Jrr;7 py pw j
ui n otin ora
irjtn jrrndoU .OjjuuJ
Sill
noXuoijMjaqrimn
SIHX JaqtuoajDj
PREVENT
Vcur
yi:sti:i;ivvs mistaki.s
I roiu Heine; Your
TOMOHUOWs 1 lIOt'ULIls
Can jou
nftord to be without a full
coal-bin?
Wc Specialize on Loan
Corner Main ami Vahiiitoii
St.. Sxuth lU-ml.
Main 1G1S
bäh
fcT'iT'-"' ' ' ' - - -J ril ' - "T- 1
99
KU 1 1. FTATK TKAN"f Kit.
Kr.m .1. Ki!n to Knnk E. sioitnblea'J.
1 b'.t In r.rt .-.! p.tion if Navarre
r
e so-iin !',ei:..
Mr h.nif National lonk fo Alani
r..fi.i.-r. ."Si L n and 5 in Dernier
l..-. Il'l X'TVf V.
I Ii-M;itf:.e lr to AIortu; A. Hum
I 'ir-y. .T !!.. i, rm half of lot '."J In
,!.,fef S.ii.i'i! i.. CttreiTs first addi
tion to L'-well :t part of South Rend.
.i r Io ,jin;.- Mar'ln to Tfma
Henry Th-ma. l. , Lot TO in G. W. R.
1 o 'er'? :obIltlri to MKhaW ak l.
i: r: Wilder to .Io..n Held. .C!.fY. Lot
17 in Ward rirnf addition and bcin
:i Tliirl nt. in MUl.nwak.
I'lrst Trut and S.ivlni bank. MIha
w;i K 0. to Alexander (ioli'i.i. XI. Lr U2
nnd IV. In liaylor' tlilrd addition to
Mis!i;i wnk.-i.
Sarah A. Wnl)btirn to Gonrce F. I.n'nz.
1 A triK-f of lnrnl ffsnt-dntr.ir 40 nrrr
in tfon in iVnn P"wnhlp.
Geor-e V. bobbins to John V. Tay
lor. ?1 A tr.n-t of land cnnt.ilnlnff
ri-r " m"r or iect, in tlon IT in IVnn
to.v.dn.
hilt M Hftpr to CI:ter A. Itarrett.
Si. Lot 72 tn M! Il.'.iltv J'o. s first ad-
ilition to Mi ;i;iu ,ik.i. known its IMgcwa
f e r pl:b .
I'Mr.kr.iz Pffr to rrl .1. Hums. 1.
bor 1 in Fourtti ?t.. In I'oiipendiek"!
ttrt nd.if!'n to the town of .Mishawak.i
Krd .1. Hum to l'arikr.iz P.ogler, $1.
Sinn' il'.ri pf Ion ;im jnt :itv'.
n'jiltf-r V.. Chrtstophei to Thomas II.
To;nfr-e. :' f.-t In width off of the past
!.! of tin' poutb iuilf rf lot 40 in orls
ii al plat of St. .loserdi Iron Work", no'v
itv .f Mih!naka : nlso a f-trip of land
l f-f in width nnd C,i fet lone off of tio
o,th plde of the jonth h.'df of lot T.S In
the original o.at of the St. Joseph Iron
Work, now dtv of MUhaw.aka.
T , : ill M Zi-'Ir to Choree Ilourk.
2 im Lot T. nnd 21 In bork in
I nnrcn.'f nn. Itat tel J" addition to City
of Mishnw.aka
rnlmir C. Lepr to DUr T. hatto.
(V Lot "s In Leor's third addition to
i itv of South H rid.
Stpphan Lnu'tarth to George M. Krelch
bauni. S.1.."0O; li, 2 a fe.-t in wblth off of
flu south side of 1 f so .and .iiii amount
in width off of the north side of lot ST
in A. ;. rushinr's fourth addtton to
South Itend.
Tfs. Mar TTenderon to Snmnrl M
Lobbison. Lot 12 in F!bW firt ad
dition to the city of South I'.eiid.
TEXAS OIL AND
GAS LEASES
The Subscribers have for im
mediate sale, Cash or Easy
ten Ten-acre Leases and up
wards, in the underrated Coun
ties. Clo.se to Production and Drill
ing Operations.
PECOS COUNTY. '
BHKWiSTEK COUNTY.
McCULLOCir COUNTY.
HOWARD COUNTY, near the
famous McDowell Well of the
(leneral Oil Company, In Biff
Spring District.
PRICES FROM $10. 00 per
acre to $150.00 per acre, accord
ing to location.
Full-Particulars frm
COMMERCIAL
LEASING
COMPANY
'Jlo Ieaii Building.
SOUTH BUND, INDIANA
Harmony Jazz
Piano, Clarinet. Cornet, Saxaphone, Banjo, Drums
and Xylophones.
"'JOE'S MELODY BOYS"
"That Wonderful Novelty Dance Orchestra"
Featuring all those wonderful Ted Lewis Jazz Band numbers.
Syncopation, Harmony Jazz Galore. You've tried the rest.
Now hear us.
Strictly Union
Call Joe, Temple Theater Mishawaka 67
Not an experiment, but an actuality is
TOM & CHERRY
"The Million Dollar Drink"
A soul-satisfying thirst-quenching Drink that puts to rout
any "dry" feeling, with a cool, invigorating after-effect.
At all fountains and in bottles
Real Fruit Beverage Company
117 W. Colfax Ave.
' VMM. V
i
ANNOUNCEMENTS
iVrsonals
9
MIL FARMER We hare a limited sup
ply of hydrated lime for ncrl. ultnral
pnrpo9 and uzr-t that you arrnc
for your reouireuint8 at once no as
to insure delivery thin fdll. Place your
order bf phone today. Staplei-IIUde-hrnnd
Company.
GO WEST MONDAY FOR 0
A First Class Exciridon Ticket
to oattle for a lady 1 for aale for
$r.o. Must be ued Monday from In-
dlanpolls or Chicago, rhone County
2T5 F 3, immediately.
Chicago
South Bend
& Northern
Indiana
Railway Co.
& SOUTHERN MICHIGAN
RAILWAY COMPANY
EFFECTTTYF. SUNDAY.
JUNG 27, 1020.
Subject to change without
notice Trains leaving South
Pnd, Indiana.
Eaat Weat North
Boiind Hound. Dound.
6:03 a m. 5:.V) a. m. 73:15 a. m.
f. :()0 n. ro. S:10 a. m. . S:f3 a. m.
7:00 a. m. 10:10 a. m. 7:00 a. m.
8:00 a. m. 12 '.10 p. m. S:00 a. m.
9.00 a. m. 2.10 p. m. 10:00 a. m.
1000 a. rn. 4:15 p. m. 11:00 a. m.
11:00 a. m. 6:10 p. m. 1200 noon
12:00 noon 8:10 p. m. 1:00 p. m.
l-OO p. m. 10:10 p. m. 2:0O p. tn.
200 p. m. 3rOO p. m.
3:00 p. ra. i :0o p. m..
4:00 p. m. 6:00 p. m.
5:00 p. ra. :00 p. m.
6:00 p. xa. 7:00 p. a.
T :00 p. in. :00 p. m.
9:00 p. m. 11:00 p. ra.
11 :00 p. m.
Nile only.
zDally except SundaT.
J. S. MOORE. Q. P. & F. A., South
llend. Ind.
COME
TO
H0MEW00D
SUNDAY
See Page 12
N
Third Floor
A DINNER AT THIS
RESTAURANT
is more than a meal, it's an
event that will linger pleasant
ly in the memory. The lights,
the appointments, the service,
the food, all combine to make
a visit here pleasant indeed.
Come and enjoy the experience.
We are sure that it will be one
you'll be ready to repeat very
often.
J
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Lost ami Found
10
CAMEO ItltOOCH Isost somewhere on (
Woodward tv., JMverslde Drlre. LeI'T
Park or Navarre i'ark. Finder call!
Lincoln 10Ki. Kewnrd. i
MljidLK HutNU-Lost, white brown
and tan pu;. Phone Main 2010 or re
turn to .110 S. Scott
CAMERA Molen about a week ago.
Hrownle 2-A. Iieward and no que
tlona asked If returned to Miss H.
Teuscher at Newa-Tiiues, 210 W. Col
fax 8T.
j GOLD PIN lyOBt. amall creen pin, sap
! phlre set. either In Roberteon'H Ptore or
between Nobllea and Lnion Trust lsiag.
Reward. Main f15.
GALNTLET Lost tan eharaolsette
- KauntleC for rlg'ht band. Call Lincoln
S24.
HAT lilack velret hat with Oriental
roll brlra. lost tetween 521 E. Bronson
anl &) K. La Salle. Call Main SKM
KKVS Bunch of keye loet, faatened on
rhnln. aecured by a email lock. Kewird
fall Llnrpln M12.
KITTEN Ixat or atrayed, yellow Au
rora kitten, male, 3 months old. In
downtown bunlufs' district. Heward
for return. Call Main 192t.
MONEY $12.00 In cash lost between
Grand Leader and Economy. Please
return to 113 St. Paul's place. Mlb9
Mildred Bradley. Reward.
PURSE Will the lady who picked tip
medium sized brown pocketbook lu
Chop Suer place on Msln et. last Wed
nesday nipht return all except money
to lady w hoae address Is inside. Watch
la a keepsake from my son. Please
send parcel post and oblige owner.
WRISTWATCH Party who picked up
wrlstwatch in ladles comfort station
please return to News-Times and re
ceive reward. Name In watch. Hazel
M.rle Scofleld Gelsler.
AUTOMOBILES.
Automobiles for Sale
11
AUTO BARGAINS
COME ON BOYS. TRY THEM
FOR A WEEK. YOUR MONEY
BACK IF THEY FAIL TO DO
THE WORK.
1 OVERLAND S3 B. TOURING.
$350.00.
1 OVERLAND 1919 MODEL 90
TOURING, $700.00
1 FORD TOURING 1018. $273.00.
1 CHREVOLET SEDAN, BRAND
NEW SPOTLIGHT AND EXTRA
TIRE.
50 PER CENT DOWN, BAL
ANCE IN 10 MONTHS.
F. L. MENDEZ & CO., INC.
217 E. JEFFERoON. LINCOLN
1693.
CHANDLER, DE CARS, CLEVE
LAND SIX.
STLDLHAKER Big Six: perfect eondl
tlon; five wire wheels with cord tires;
bumpers, heat covers, spotlight, $1,000.
A. S. Burkhart. Phone Main 1T.H7.
USED CAR SALE
WE HAVE A FEW GOOD USED
CARS IN STOCK THAT WE DO
NOT WISH TO CARRY OVER WIN
TER. WE HAVE REDUCED THE
PRICES ACCORDINGLY:
1020 OVERLAND SEDAN.
1920 OVERLAND TOURING.
1910 WILLYS KNIGnT TOURING.
1917 STÜDEBAKER. 0 PASSENGER
ROADSTER.
1017 FORD COUrE.
1919 DODGE TOURING
SEE THEM AT ONCE.
OVERLAND MOTOR CO.,
252 N. MICHIGAN ST.
LINCOLN 1712; MAIN f.22
USED CARS
1017 DODGE TOURING. $740.00.
1913 BUICK TOURING.
1917 CHEVROLET. MODEL 4C
TOURING, $400.00.
1920 OLDSMOBILE EIGHT,
TOURING, $lSO0.00.
1020 OLDSMOBILE SIX TOUR
ING, $1,400 00.
MAXWELL 1 TON TRUCK. $400
REPUBLIC 1 TON TRUCK, $T0.
OLDSMOBILE SALES CO.
22G-S SOUTH LAFAYETTE ST.
PHONE MAIN 1012.
AUTOMOBILES
OLDSMOBILE s lCCO MODEL.
ONE 1920 HAYNES TOURING.
ONE 1317 HAYNES 5-PASSENGER.
ONE PIERCE-ARROW ROADSTER.
HAYNES SALES AND SERVICE.
MAIN 1354.
RAMBLER Roadster, electrically equip
ped. In fine condition. Five good
tires. Cheap. Phone Lincoln 1224.
USED CARS
8 CYLINDER CADILLAC SEDAN.
8 CYLINDER CADILLAC TOURINO
CAR.
DODGE BROS. TOURINO CAR.
FORD TOURING CAR.
ALL IN GOOD MtCHANlCAL CON
DITION.
TL. W. STEINHART SOUTH BEND
CO. MAIN 1287.
THI CK Overland light truck. $175: In
good serviceable condition. WTl trade
tor nxe passenger car. Mam .oiU.
FORD Uoaditr la fine runnlu order.
Inquire at 1X1 E. Broadway.
1F.D FORD RUDI ES oEe löl-TTne
1Ö20 tourings; one 1U17 roadater. Bodi
Include radiator, and gas tanks, fend
ers, etc. St. Joe Motor Sales Co., luj"
W. Division st.
AUTOMOBILES
Automobiles for SaU
11
REO SPEED WAGoa-1 ir.eclianlc.ll-!
ly; guod tires; also a Nash truck lni
prxxl condition. Call and fee these
trucks before you buy. See Mr. Little.
Colfax Co., lOo Lincoln way Last. 1
LSED CARS
FOR SALE USED TRUCKS AND
CARS.
TWO CHALMERS, 3 PASSENGER.
ONE OVERLAND DELIVERY. H
TON.
ONE REPUBLIC. 1 TON.
ONE FORD. BOX BODY. 1 TON.
ONE MAXWELL. 1 TON.
ONE S-TON TKCCK.
ONE 3-TON TRUCK.
HAGEDORN WEBSTEB.
116-222 E. JEFFERSON BLVD.
MAIN 1751.
USED CAR BARGAINS
Chevrolet one ton worm drive truck
demonstrator; 4 Chevrolet, 5 pass,
including 1920 moel ; 1010 Baby
Grand Chevrolet. 5 pass; several
Fordj including: panel body; one ton
Ford truck; Saxon roadster; Over
laid 5 pass: Maxwell 5 pass. Cash
or terras. Beistle Auto Sales Co..
S43 Lincoln Way West. Phone Main
714.
Motorcycles and IMcycles 12
HARLE Y-DAVIDSON
1914, two-speed motorcycle, good run
Ding condition and fully equipped.
Will. Bell cheap If taken at once.
2525 S. Michigan at Main 20C5w
I
JOHNSON motor wheel. Cheap. C. A.
Carlisle, care l'erklns Corporation.
MIsL.iwaka, Ind.
BRAND NEW Lateest nodel JoJhnson
motor bike. Ready for immediate use.
Cash or terms. 224 E. Jefferson blvd.
I'hor.e Lincoln 249
Auto Accessories
14
FREE TUBE
Pennsylvania ton tested tube with
each vacuum cup casing. Every
Pennsylvania tire has our person
al guarantee. Our servl.-e cars
are for your u?e at any time.
Filiert Tiilfnn'zlnF fisr-
Pfundeteln, the horn of good
service, lrj E. Jefferson Pdvd.
SPOTLIGHTS AUTOMOBILE SILVER j
BEAM SPOTLIGHTS; LARGE SIZe
$7.00. JUNIOR SIZE $ö OO. DEALERS
AND GARAGE MEN SEE US FOR
YOUR REQUIREMENTS. BROWN
MOTOR SUPPLY, 117 E. JEFFERSON
BLVD. LINCOLN 2ir,C.
TIRES
FACTORY TIRES DIRECT TO
YOU FOR A SHORT TIME
ONLY. DRIVE OVER TO THE
FACTORY AND WE WILL SELL
YOU A TIRE TO FIT YOUR
CAR AT Ol R LOWEST JOB
BERS PRICE. WE WANT TO
TEST THESE TIRES AND ARE
GOING TO SELL ABOUT 500
TO LOCAL FEOPLE THIS WAY.
SUPER TREAD TIRE COM
PANY, 700 N. EMERICK ST.
ServlC" Stations He-pairing 15
AUTOS PAINTED Autoraohiles and
trucks wanted to paint. Special pries
snd quick service during' fall season.
The South Bend Exchange, 4OÖ-0 S.
('arroll st.
G ELM AN Rebuilt bicycles at 'off price.
M. E. Gelmnn. 422 S. Ml-hlgan St.
TIRES RETREAD Truck and all cord
tires retread same as original. Thomas
Rubber and Vulcanizing Co. 131 Lin
coln way East.
Auto Livery Garages
16
GARAGES Fcr rent with electric light;
inl water, jqo .mhuuhu,
GARAGE Fire proof steam heated ga
rage for rent at 512 W. Colfax av.
anted- Automobiles 17
FORD CoUlE--Or Sedan wanted In ex
change for house aud lot in Goshen
M. V. Kesler, Goshen.
BUSINESS SEkVlCF
Huslness Serle-s Offered. 18
BATHS
Massage. Electricity. Ladles only.
Uellnhan Bath Parlors, 21S W. Jeffer
son Blvd. Main 53UQ.
GARAGES BUILT Who h-Ilt your gtr
ase, Hiram?. Who could but U1
Clauson. of course. Lincoln 1710.
HOME WÜHK-O) weekly, up. CtT
perience unnecessarj ; everything furn
ished. Send self addressed stamped
envelope for free particulars. Bon-Bon
Candvmakers Co. N. Bread St., Phlla
flelphla, Va.
HoME WoTiK Good wages for home
work. We need you to ruake -socks icr
us ou the faet . dftslly learned Auto
Knitter. Experience unnecessary. We
buy all you can supply us.. Distance
immaterial. Positively no canvassing.
Yarn supplied. Particulars 2c stamp.
Dept. 22-V, Auto Knitter Co., Buffalo,
N. Y.
MAN' UFAC TURIN G O u r factory fully
equipped for metal specialties. Screw
machines, punch presses, tool room, as
sembling, etc. Quotations submitted.
Collins Co.. 4:'10 Lake St-, Chicago. El.
MACHINE'S REPAIRED Lei the Vhlt
Sewing Machine Co. do your repair
work. 2uJ Union Trust Bldg. Main
VJ1
Nl RsES Wanted: Student i.urses
New hospital in Chi '-ago is enrolling a
limited u umber of ctudeut nurses.
IW 'ognlzed. rcistereil frcüool Full
milntKiian- aud monthly allowani-e
while studying. Address President
American Hospital. bs Irving Park
Blvd., Chicago, 1Ü.
BUSINESS SERVICE
Business Servior Offered. JS
SLWERS LAID If you waut your
ewer laid in trst-cU . iditlon, ae
Charles Troyer. Bell 4732. Swer
cleaning. All "ork ran feed.
RUG CLEANING Service Call M-1974.
Operator arrives, scrubs d drlea Vx
12 ru,r la one lour; move furnitur
back in place and that a all. No dirt.
muss or waiting ana worrying for a '
week or two. Modern Electric Ku j
Cleaners. i
WELLS Repaired; new wells and cis
tern cleaning. 11. Hale. b41 Laporte av., t
1-hone Lincoln b'JJl. I
Buildinp; Contracting
bl'UHM SAll Murm an and storm
doors tnaUe and put up by us sava
cowl. Miller h&tti and Screen Factory.
Ilea tiu? and numbing
10
1'L KNACES Installed aud repaired.
Wise people buy Wise furuacea. Laro
btocK .ju hand. Orders HUcd iiroiutdiy.
No delay. Estimates cheerfully lveii
Ly ejLi-ert heutiug enplneera. l'tioue us
f'-r prices before you buy. Standard
lieatirjg A: Kocüng Company, l'houe
l.ircola 1078. l'SJ i.lncoln way Eat-t.
i'UMl'S INSTALLED Hariey C. Hager,
bl2 W. Lasalle. Automatic and elec-
trict oft water pumps a specialty;
alao high claa? plumbtiitr work. M-lToJ
PLUMBING AND ilEATI.NO Now la
the time to have new colls Installed
In your furnace. Jobbing a specialty.
New work golicltefl. Repair work done
by truck. Complete stock of plumbing
aud heating hiturta to chootse Xroui.
You save mouey. J. L. Taylor. Phone
Lln.'loljt .j..l'l Mlamlat.
31ovlng, Trucking, Storage 23
Lt'liL;ö Aud lignt moving.
W. R,
Painting -fa poring
24
PAPER HANGING Painting and inter
ior decorating. Reliable work, moderate
ratea. .Phoue for estimate. Chas. Koc-
.. "n&jUo., JSMS. .Cjiapln st. L. 242L
Profe&ional Services 27
CU 1 liul'itCTOR Health economically
obtained through chiropractic apinal
adjuatnieata of Smith .. Srrlth, room
Zi2 Farmers Trust bldg. Lincoln 249d
Mills bldy.. MIsbawiKa Phone 1307.
CUluui'KACiic For (advanced) Pain
less Chiropractic see F. G. KUh, Chiro-
praetor, bpiue and Nerve Specialist,
411 Dean Building. Open evenings, 7
to S anl SundayjintjljDoon.
Itcuovatlng and Dyeing 29
FURS REMODELED au 1 made la lrteät
fctylea. Coats rellned. Order now.
Main 1S12. Mrs. U. R. Wolter, 713 K.
Keasey 6t.
Tailoring and Pressing
30
COME U.N BUI'S LUUK AT ill NICE
SNAPPY, UP-TO-DATE OVEK OA i
MADE IN ANY STYLE YOU WISH,
f'S TU $73. HEPS TAI LUR SUUP.
EMPLOYMENT
Help Wanted lenuile
BOOKKEEPER AND STENUG RAPHE R
Compt tent, capable of taking charge
of ofrke. Addrefs Nile Coal and Sup
ply IV. Misbauaka. Ind.
BOOKKEEPER COMPETENT PER
SON. APPLY AT NEWMAN'S.
CHOCOLATE DIPPERS WANTED AT
WHITE. 'JAN BROS., 702-714 S. MICHI
GAN ST.
COOK Also necond girl. Appl Mrs.
John C. Ellsworth,' olu W. Wasblugtmi
av.
COOK WANTED Also becoud lualdi
Apply Mrs. C. S. Cunningham. Call
d'. o.;o W. Watdiingtou.
Gl R LS Apply SlkkVLauudry, 212Liu
coln uay East.
GIRLS. TWO- 1G to Is years of a-:,; t-
inspect tud wr.-ip iiierch.-iinlise. .lut
be irood at rfurea. Amdv at the
s?tort' in person. Charles B. Sax and ;
Company.
CA FETE R 1A COUNTER W U M E N.
GIRLS TO GATHER DISHES OFF
TABLES; TABLE WAITRESS AND
WOMEN FUR SILVERWARE AND
GLASSES. APPLY WASUINGTUN
CAFETERIA, CUR. MAIN AND
WASHINGTON STS.
GIRL OR WOMAN For housework; no
washing; guod wages. Lincoln ölöü, öi'J
W Washington st.
GIRL UR VVOM AN Wanted. Excellent
position open to right party. Davies
Eauiolry Co., 117 S. Lafayette st.
GENERAL II U I ' S E W O R K Woman
wanted f ( r geueral hout-ework. ll'-Vi N.
Michigan st.
D RI.SSMAKER'.n Experienced assistant
wanted. Mrs. W. A. Kehoe, 213 E. Nn
varre t-t.
GIRLS W tinted for (skilled work; no
experience necessary; good pay to be
gin with; permanent employment and
advancement. Apply South Bend Watch
Co.
GIRLS-
WANTED AT SLICKS LAUN
DRY. APPLY 212 LINCOLN
WAY EAST.
CAFETERIA WORK Girla for cate
terla work. Experience uuecessary.
Apply Y. M. C. Cafeteria.
Kl'lCHEN HELP Apply J. H. Weiis.
Jefferson Hotel, city.
LADIES
OF NEAT APPEARANCE,
EIGHT HOURS WORK. BEST
Or WAGES. APPLY IN PER
SON AT ONCE AT THE DI
ANA. 117 W. WASHINGTON AV.
MAID Competent maid for general
housework. Beft rt wages to righ
party. Mrs. L. J. ollier, -j7J W.
Navarre.
MAIDS
WANTED AT OLIVER HOTEL.
GOOD PERMANENT POSITION.
HOUSEWORK School girl wanted to
assist with housework and care f
children. Good xvagea. Call Main 27ol
mornings r r evenings.
Hot SEK LEPER A eutppeteut inld!I
aged white woman to keep apartment
and cook fcr 2 single men. Good home
and good wages to the right person.
References required. Address News
Tlmes. Box 13.
EMPLOYMENT
Help Wanted l etnnle
MAI P Competent for seneral h
22
o '.; -
wotk: tur-e in rnmllr ; no w.inii:
references. Call Main -'.
PHO TopLA YS -.VmVi 'i, nlcd. Work
me cirl p.ild $in.ir f,-r Idea s.
thought worthlc. h.t-iüs free. Writ
Producer League, In St. Louis.
STENOGRAPHER Hlh grade Ptem-- I
grapher wantetl ; -attractive Hilary aui
bunuj offered to tengrapher who ha
auc.ejhful reord if at le:ist two years
1 m.inufai turlnp .r h.-iesale "bul-i
ness. Writ to Mishawaka Woolen Mfg '
Co.. Minhawaka, Ind.
SAI.ESLAOIES
EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES
WANTED. APPLY AT ori'ICE.
R R AMON - DLR REEL 0.
blE.N UGKAl'illR Good position ujen
for btetioy rapher und eiural ofär? as
sistant in iet.111 store. Werk requires
Hccurai-y and willingness to work for
firm's Interest. We require a depend
able person of experience. Will' lead
to responsible and pennnnent position.
Write to Box E-19. care Neu s-rimes.
TWO SERVANTS To do co.kinc and
general housework In prlr.ite family;
good home fr nun and wife. Address
N"ww.Tlms. lto 12.
Help Maje or Female. 31
CALENDARS Jet right. Pi- ni -ney.
Cinplete line. Sn.ipjy :idvertisin
al-rns. calendars. novdties. All new.
dlffer.it. Clinches big sales. Act
quick. Scioto Service '.. s::', R.mdolpli
CIVIL SERVICE Positions : rail wax
mail clerk examination Oct. 20th; as
sistant auditors Internal revenue; sal
ary S1.V40 to .2.740: thousands needed.
Write for full particulars, and how t
cet these nos'tiono. Consolidated
Schools. Washington. D C.
CLERKS (Men, Women), over 17. for
Postal Mail Service. $1."J. ni.uth. Ex
aminations October. Experience un
necessary. For free particulars writ
J. Leonard. '.formr civil service -x-umiueri.
ll.v; Equitable IMp., XX'ash
incton. D. C.
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS Men. Wom
men, clerks, stenographers, wanted to
fill government positions: examina
tions every week. Prepare at home.
Write for plan .':24 payment after ap
pointment. CSS 1017 Chestnut st .
Philadelphia.
Help Wante! Mal.
1R.)1 About IS years old to help lu ship
ping department. Apply South Bend
Electric Company, yrj S. Michigan st.
BARBER At once. Steady job for the
winter. White Palace Barber Shop.
1 none W'.i Mishawaka. Mishawaka
Trust Bldg.
BUYS Several bright Doys wanted to
take up watch work. Apply South Bend
Watch Co.
CA 1 E TE RIA Oirls to r self-8ervice dfiT
ing room. Oliver Cafeteria, Ulher
note'.
COOK
- Wante;, two waueri aud a
323-r.23 W. South at.
rook.
CARRIER
GOOD PAY TO OOOD BOYS.
NEWS-TIMES, 21U W. COLFAX
AV.
C HEM I. T Experienced. Apply at Dodg.
Mfg. .. Mlsh aw aka. Ind.
J R I VE R-- A gou.i man fur drixmg milk '
agoii. Inquire i::i4 Kenyon st. '
F I R E M E N. BRAKi:.MEN sj. v;oo
monthly, experience unnec-ssary i-iime
position wanted i, Write R"x 1, News-'
Times.
FIREMEN Apply at Singer Mfg. Co.
r'AR.M HAND Wanted, man to work oq
farm. Experience neeeßsary. Uar-
rison 22F-1.
LABORERS
WANTED, INQUIRE op .TOE
LUTHER, lis r. CnLFAX OR
CALL EIN OI.N li.
LABORERS ö men to work in lumber
yard. Apply Sanders- l.'gb rt Co., 40-7
W. Jefferson blvd
MAN 1 o work this ejty refinishing
chandeliers, Lras lds. a utoniohf je...
by new method: Slo daily without
capital or experience. Write GunmetaT
Co.. HU Elm. Decatur. Ill i
MACHINE MULDERS AND FOUNDRY
I
HELPERS. WORKING CONDITIONS
ARE OF THE BEST. NO CUT IN,
WAGE SCALE. DODGE MANUFAC
TURING CO.. EMPLOYMENT DE-
PA RTMENT. MISHAWAKA, IND. I
MEAT CUTTER Wanted. Call Main
4ü7.'J. j
MEN Wanted lu shipping department :
to load cars. Apply Purchasing Dept., '
Bird sell Mfg. Co.
LABORERS
AND YARD MEN AT THE GAS
FLA NT. THIS IS STEADY
WINTER WORK WITH GOOD
PAY TO THE RIGHT KIND OF
MEN. GOOD CHANCE FOR
ADVANCEMENT. ASK FOR
JERRY MCARTHY. WORKS
FOREMAN. TENN. AVE. AND
MIAMI ST.
FORTER
A a experience'! colored porter.
Steady work. Good pay. Apply
in pernor. Sailor Bros. Co.
T E A C Ii E it S Ei.ier-ea y v. ai. o -Elementary
-e ndary, olle-e, urd
xer?itle all kinds. Salarien
Write qualifications Clloe Teachers'
Agency, ChlcHCQ. 111.
TEAMSTER Mu s t he good and reilable
Apply Michigan av. Lumber yard. 1014
Lincoln way West.
EMPLOYMENT
llt-lp Wnntetl Male
STOCK ROOM
Yoyn-r men ac.t 1 yo.irs o.l
fr .t v k rni wo-k. A; rly S
W. Wr,o orth C... 2".'C . M i-
JANITORS APTLY KTUDEBAKER
ADMINISTRATION BLDG. lNQUIRü
INFORMATION DE5K.
young MAN 0rr 2- for flipping" fit
partu.ent. N-adv p,:tl,n. R-teren.
reqiilr.-.J. .t-V: for '. A Drayton. I; : -ertsou
p.rcH C rj;.iuy,
STEREOTVPINli
HUM; MAN FROM i TO CO
YEARS OI
AOE To LEARN
j STEREOT PINO TRADE. CALL
i
i
' DURING DAY AND ASK FOR
' FOREMAN. NEWS-TIMES PTG.
!
I )., :i0 W. COLFAX AV.
i
JOB PRINTER Younc man Ith sorrs
j experience, steady work. Apply O'Brl'!
! Varnish Company.
SHEET ' METAL WORKERS Men
wanted: lUht sheet metal tvorker. rip
and swing saw men and foundry help
ers with god opportunities for
xaneement. Dodge Mfg. Co., Mlh
awaka. Ind.
SHOVEL CO L Nonunion mine, West
Airginia. Iood w-ger: I.oijops, l.oarJ
lng Inexpeushe. P.ox HCl. Hurrls'ourK'.
Pu.
SUPERINTENDENT Wanted, experi
enced superintendent f t i-reparrt
rortfin fa'trr, ctj-able rf handlti"
d.'ii an gettlnw. i ' Ocrro s::tf 9 .
ary and experitn-e. Address Box J..
.. r i o New- .
lOLNo MAN For oni e wtrk xith
knowledge of tpewrltr. Indiana 1 i
nanvf Co.. L-ki j. M s. Bldg.
WOOD CUTTERS -
J anted. 30 men to rut wood and
haul coal. South Bend Coal and
Wood Co. 1Ö2 W. Sample st.
U 'J"'ly St. Joseph anl
AN ashlngton sta.
.-A PS -steady in o!i;... LargT xnanufa- -turer
of Soaps. Perfu'jes. Toljt Ar
ticles and Pure Producta et
x-lshe repres. ntativ K a. !i l .'-a!it '
Manufacturer direct t. .-niMimT Bi.
proflts. Hone.vt .-roods. Whole or spar
time. Cah or credit. Snd at once frr
particulars. Amerir.-n products Co iv;
An.eMcan Bid-.. Cincinnati. O
SIDE LINE Free po ket samples Parent
pun hies eh.cks. Rlc se jer 'to rr
taurants, lun. broom-,. s..d i fountains
No -0Uipetitioi). VmniNi..n on re
orders. Standard 'heeji Minufac.
Hirers, .".t No Ashland av.. Cider go
M ENOGRAPHER Bookkeeper, typist,
general ofnc people, plac. your appli
cation with the Thoniaa Sctr'ol LUeuse 1
Employment Agency, 'M oor s E
cor. Michigan und Washington s?s '.
and secure the right position and tho
best salary.
su WEEKLY for a few no!;rs wotk".
spare ttjije. Large Mail Order Ho.,s
w ants tn n and women nr r w h rP q j.
Continental Service Co., s:ü; Rjjdolr h
St.. Chb-atro. 111.
."alesiueii and rents
3."
. AG EN IS Earn . -eklv showing
s imple for large cut rate grocery r.iail
or.ler house. Men wanted everywhere.
Sample case free. independent As-
latiou. Detroit, M! ii.
1 i 1 i R J 11 E c
A BREAD WIN.E-Sr... Jalfr Met-n
ailing on leoVls. dairo-.-, .,-jk-i ies. .
taurants, i i .. m r man 'J f a-t or iüg
enrerns. to sell -SarJtry
Ein- of Twin Specialties" ;is a si-l l:n
" 'ftir- tin,-. EiSe.a ,iu:-?.-.,..,
ith dr.iv f -g ,i ;,!. t. Ri-;. :-ti. si re
'.mr'.l N.t;, Ain.ri'.n, Cr Pro-
i ' f.s Co., 'i f I and, o.
AGE.VI ft Wouf;erf:ii seller, l : i ront
eery dollar saies E. i n,.' unci-s-sriry.
No bto' k to carry. Sarurle fr-e.
Mission Read Co.. j? Tj 1J. Eos An-.-l-s.
Calif
AG i; NTs t.Tr Rier Park. Mlstawa-!
and South B-nd, l('0 guaranteed sil
ary, cont. j' t for !: dj.s' rk f s
hotirs, ad or - art tiuje. i; .. .j (r!;;t:
art!' les for i.on.e .;:..) i'Lnf:i.,:j pre.-
r;l .ily .cr't:, n aiding to w ..rk:
t; I appiv. Ad'lress News-Tim' s.
Box 10.
opportunity; a-t now; start wori lru
Randolph and Ogden, Ctarago. Estab
lished manuf j' t u rers 'f 'X d.tdve ra:-
Udars at 1 :iu f rt ! 5 v.z s;- i i Ji-t -.
want .in able h.ilesrr.an for S"Uth Be:. 1
ari l xicJnlty ; :.-!.-. --If n basis; big
o-.ortur.itb-s ; a-t iio . start work l::i
n.ed'.atcly; cicsiug trrit rlal contra' !
now- for 1 :'!.
Iini:ia A-:.ts make i'.J wir
seliii,- üruirante.l i.-.-;t-r'. We guar
antee Sv,.o weekly füll time, 7!-: a-l
hour spare tl.T.e. Kif-r!-."' unr.ec-h-sary.
iv-rfe. tweu Holier. v. Iar?-y. !.ä.
RAIN A I -A-ütT Ibl pay
w-ekl f ' tre :ierige jaii'.o.'t r
iers daily. .No öe.iv.r ; g. N'.i li.t-s-njent.
Kie U-f'.:i s,::;p es a. sty. 4
for r..e:,, women. h'ldren. lerb'.M-4
"-.nl models, b-U'ie.-eTte-, I. t ' t .
Rubberized te-d over' o its f'at'ire i.
Oy;, k fr s i'.ip!-1 ''oaf ur.d atab.g.
Parker Mfg. Co., l' - i:....k ht , Da
ton. ohl-i.
l;Al.NCiAf Agfrts. We war.t rri-n and
vo;i:ei cwrv w ii'jTf to take or lers I1
Ibe Allan Line of Retter Made 'o::.
biratiou Rairiftats. $.'() a year f.-r 1
average orders daily. George Krill
rra le STA) is st month. Ed Swai:i
ma le $llj.-" last we '.. Mrs. A. Tra
averages fö0.O we.-kly working o:..-
fcpare tirre. No ex Verier. c cr n;:t.:l
rei-julred. We hhow yo-j how. Co.
r.i-te elllr.g outtit and simple
free. Big ah eoir.niiaior.9 In a drat:
Write t day. Dept. E-:;. TL AI'.m
Manufa tuiir.g Co., Louisville, Ky.
SALESMAN Wide-awake district Ui.ii-
age: wa;:te f.-r I.V.- rf high grade s.i:.
Itary produts. Ex-lu:ve trrltor-.
Permanent business WEI c stabil '
frbe if sucessfu' Give 5 art p&rU'a
lirs. Ileil Il.s!:.fev?Mt C?rr. 4:
NilitU X . Ne'V ItTK HV.
SAEEs BoARDs s.i -srr.a:! wIIrTl t
a(-!l cur Levv
f h.t'.eibüarvis t
lurLiiEt in small towns nnd rountrv
stores. New territcrv, b'. ro ar. l
eion . prompt p.iy. Writ.- for f-:i::;g
S'JppMe No-'.ty S.. -s C . r I'! : .
aad Randolph sts, Norfolk, j
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