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HE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES IKHÜAL RALLY TO BE HELD AT GRACE METHODIST CHURCH VilI Stap I5it'; Ceremony in Which Truth a- Character is Revealed. vv com' L'ick to y-.u a train. T. n wh.-n h- i.x'A-1 for Franco with hLs r i.-;rr.c-nt. how my '-irr fi.;u,wtri that boy through th.it t'r:;;,:- oa..- to hrt and h"v iiy hir: wa n-ar him toth iy ar! nicht. Many a nl'ht :.;, r'fu---,! to rcn.c to me a my .-.i:t an: i.iin.I -wre in a far off Afur month of anxious my hoy crr.e hmp to m. h, 'Ahr,: a joyful mutiny At.: I'. W.i.c Th nnr.ua I rally -lay -f tl:- 'Irnro Mr !h':;:--t S'-jr,.!.i v h"l will' hU .'-nr.'i.iy. An ui:i',-i- ij rvr-ra i- ! ir.tf prf-;-;tr'! for th'- o't-;v. Th- ihouirh! ul,h th.- 3roram i.- h ;:,r s j.r ! "Th iVnln; Tmth." To- ir.itii! ;irt t't the cr-rmony d-als with t!i t "r.'iar. of t hi w( ri ! a r.'VMlt' I In Its war;--, i r.l i r rj a 1 tri;"-. iil nn ji:: 1 unhir-;.;;!---. War, Jaw, i itT.rc. ff.ct.il an-1 in.l jtri tl th or-I'-s arri f. icatlon :it r-m ;t to 1 rfik flown th- 5--hackl of th v. orid's JT.fl,iCP, h'lt f ill. Th a '-mfi Troth whir h ;i!ri- H n hit- t" liak thf so rhain- ari l in ik th' v.orM awl th.'? '- .'.iN of j.jr-n fvff. Th" rrr,r,.l j.rjrt fiortraj's "Tli V.'ay of Truth.'" mini-try to all L-r.p.i th" rriJ to th..- craw- is th k.p .f minkin.l. "Th" S;r.ul ot Truth Through th" WorM" i- s-.-t ! rth t.y th third j. art, Cradaal! v ruth N nflvan"lni? nn; win r r it ro.. lifo and tni" liberty rk- i. f n.I upon th h-artn of rn n. Th" 'lo.lnp: part illustrates "Th World's I t liv-rar.cr ." Truth com .s and tho "i'nla" is hrok-n through his com- n -. I, wry rfrpnrtmpnt of thf Sunday hool will take a iart in th" pr -S'-ntatlon of tho program. THE PUBLIC PULSE 1 Cotnmunlratlon for thlt colnmn m4 b 8lxad anonymously but must be Acomyanled by the name of tli writer to louro gool faltb. No re irouflbllltj for facta or sentlmenti cxpruMcd irtU be Ajsuml. Hontet diccTisnlon t public Questions 1 In Ylted, but with the rlgbt rf3TTl to eliminate vicious and objectionable matter. Tbe colum. fre. lint, be retaorubl. Kditor Nw5Timcs: Ilavinir "hf-en a r Inr rfadcr 'f th? Nrwa-Tlmt-.s for a r.upiJHT f rar.. I would please a-k yai to .allow me. a War Mother, a small h;)aco In tho columns of The Iiildic I'tils". A ff-vr yt-ars airo I had ä lit tle boy on my lap. How my hart nr.t out to him; nnd in his child hood plcknffs I always attcndr-il to !d. v.ints, as all other ood mothers have done. After a few yrars had rolled on he blossomed into man hood, on of America's pride. Thn call carr to arms to crush a com mon fo" that vrrts wa-inp a war for romi'Jfst And dominion over the whole world. He, as a true fu c. f America, answered thn call. I will never frsrt ht.w he hot h"ld m In hi arms, wiyln. "Il" a brave little mother. Your boy RED RASH ALMOST m Very Cross. Hair Fell Out. Cuticura Heals. "My baby broke out with a red rash which grew worse every day till it almost covered ner entire body, even her scalp. She was very cress and did not rest well. Her hair fell out in places and her clothing used to rub the skin off. "A neighbor told me to try Ccti cura Soap and Ointment which I did, and in to days I could tee it was helpog. In two weeks' time she was healed and I had not used a whole cake of Cuticura Soap nor a whole box cf Cuticura Ointment." (Sicmed) Mrs. Pat Brenr.an, Emmett, Mkhican. Dec. IS. 1919. Make Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcum your dairy toilet preparations. gtapHlMkrtMb'Vil! A-1 1r4.CTiirrb ntr1.PFt w, . Um " So'. nrr- ww. Sony . O Ttnxft Zi r-J Tkl-mnlip r- 5op ihiTtt without luuy. Th- n r:.y tlir.uhts returned hack ' th- l atth n-iO' of t'ran.e where huri"-! thousand- of America's i 1 t :u.t i. h'. .1 and my luart went rut to th" riiother of those dear 'I"d in His tender mercies torr.-.i :.:y jy to mo but ne : to ra;i th" rrhle sons te a b"t t r ilf- wh'n- th"r- are no more wars, no more parting, nor no more A "'! r. yy. (Jod Iji.i i'rtsident Wil---r. f-.r brinins before the worll t.vi-1-.iuj yf Nations. This League of Nat.on.-? wa.s formed to prevent the r rurrence of What the "War Mothers had to endure. Could I vote fr,r Hardin?? Xo. a thous and times r.o. With his separate peace with (Icnuany with f :rh men as H arst and Viorxd: jrivins l.im support. Ameriea does not want such rs man as tJiat tor presi dent, and America will show to her alht-M in war that fhe is no quitter by "If -tint; Gov. Jan.es Cox as jres i.h nt of the United States by su h an overwhelming majority that th.ie fi w s-Irish senator.-" ulonj,' with th ir picked candidates will wish that they had let the republican convention make the nomination for president instead of a few senators m that l.ttie 2x4 room in a Chicago hotel. MÜS'. M. A. HALKV. : e. t -s. s. s." 1 Editor X'cws-Tlnirs: Separat" peace with Germany is the. Smoke Screen Slocan of the Johnson-Ilorah-Harding: party. Its aim Is to win over the. entire German-American vote to the G. O. P. on Nov. L'r.d, by having them lay ff their Americanism for sympathy '.rith th" Vadderl and. I'eae- with Germany not boin declared as yet, this strong idor of disloyalty by C. O. P. leaders, proves their wi'.linKness to sacrifice patriotism for party supremacy; and allow Germany to pet "back to nor mal" In sf'crPtly workinpr through Mexico or otherwise with spies, against the United States. Sli" would resume her work of fonientincr Ireland, were there a "separato peace" instead of the L3rue of X'atlons to n!p her dreim f'f world supremacy. If Mark Twain could awake and acquaint himself with this separat peace twaddle. I think he would ; say (trrirnly instead of humorously) "No Irish need apply." It ua thank God for the Domin ion to the north tit u. composed largely of Irish and French, and hope for a IeatfU" of Nations that will insure a prosperous nation to native ar.d foreign born Americans, a nation protected with more than Kur.s coast wise and along the Mexican border. Mr. Hardinjr may inveiph a.-.inst American soldiers n(w in Germany. With a separate peace we miht nred more of our boys "over there" than we needed during the rtcent war. I-jet's have tJie a truo. W. C. M CUAG. 72 4 S. Main si.. Goshen. Ind. IIIS ANSWI.H. Dot: "When John kissed me last nicht. I aKked him not to tell any one. I?etty: "Do yoa think h did?"' Dot: "Why, it wasn't five seconds before h repeated It." 0 Adrian K. Harbin. chief ticket clerk for the Grand Canyon rail way. Grand Canyon. Arizona, is spending a few days with friends in the city. Appeal to State For Aid in Supplying Coal Si" i.il t- The Newd-Tin.- : KLIvHAHT. Ind.. Oct. Th" Klkhart Water Co. has appealed to the state food and fuel commission for aid in procurinr coal to keep its plant in operation. With only a three 'ay supply of coal on hand th" com pany oüicials say tint they are un able to obtain any more from th" rompany that has been supplying them, because the plant has been struck and damaged by Iiicntnl. Strenuous efforts are being made to pet new shipments of coal to pre ent any probable interference with the water supply. sui:s ix) it divoiu n. Special to The New s -Times : GOSH KN. Ind.. Oct. In the eircuit court hero Klsio Koos of near Milford has sued Jessie Kooh for divorce, demanding Jl'j.OOO ali mony and the privilege of resuming her maiden name, Klsie BuKhman. The complaint is among the most sensational ever filed in "'Oi!hart county and recites conduct of the most revolting Kind on the part of th? defendant. The parties were married 1'eb. 7. t&0'"., separating Oct. 12, 1313. Try NEITS-TIMES Want Ads Worry no more sbout your htr. Miff, Mrs. or Sirt Tharo'a hair allxlr that is altcgthr different from the scented lotions, emulsions and washes. It is Kotalko.d.sf orrei by th Indians, compounded from the Three K ngd.ms ol Nature inch 12 inre disnU, one being genuine bear oil. Marvelous in fertilizing hair, for dandrulf, weak hair, crey-turnlna hair orbaldnaaa. Kotalko, FREE BOX to You it r .:J,'A.t,. Ne matur what oen4itien your hair Is In do not despair, Ktaik is r on noundrd on tn erineipl that sidod Natur H glv'.nr Mr. Bnttaia a lull crowta or hair when bnlJ ( pie- rare) and it is ao'.ag wonders tor otners mn. wmit and ehll4rn. Ths enihuism is eret when a person r.nii. after all le has failed, (hat Kotmiko Jt jut t what Natura needed a alS la pra- gyclng.i(Ui4 grtotti.t hair. Yea may daw obtain the renaina EotsJko under IZ'Q. ff-: ran tee ut th druf store or at toilet roolJ or tirvt eountetS f a department itnre. Or. if you wii"i fast to preve Kelalka. sencl ror a Praal Oes whl;h will rami to yoa by mail FREE if yea eoeloe only 1) cents, silver or stamps, to pey for Um notice and mailinr; nnrio aant otherwise. ftatlafy yaaraall. You want to aa talllag hair, eliminate daaSrwff. tretigt hen srd 6e!np rerewH rrwtb of sirang end ellk-llho hsir, er cover that bald spat ba:r. 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I'm in Heaven in Mothers Arms 1 ; S t lleautiful Havwiii Hawaiian vrc , Hawaiian Twilight Trio 4 T 1 v 0 Virginia .hulr .N'ero 5 1.'"" Vilnius .IuUre Con lie World's Celebrated Piaixists COHTOT (PIANO SOLO) 74h;M I!ioletto-laranhra de Concert 1.73 IIACHIANINOI T (PIANO) 742S Prelude in C. Minor $1.7.". IlACIDIAN'INOrr ( PIANO) 74030 In a Three Horsv S'.iitrh Jl.Ti Rich-Toned String Instrumentals II KIFKTZ ( VIOLIN ) 7 4 $3 5 Valse ( Tsehalkowski ) $ 1 .7 .". Klinislmi (VIOLIN) 4 9 1 1 2 Who Can Tell From "Apple Bio.---oms J l.i; r.LMAN (VIOLIN) Ö4S94 Dew I Fallinir Jl.25 (one of Klmun's l.rti FLONZ.VLl'IV (STRING Ql AKTI7T) 74634 Allecrro Moderato J1.7'. 1IULAI)I:LPIIIA SYIPHONV 0KCTUT1:A 74ti31 Neu World Symphony -SI.' Famous Red Seal Voices McCOKMACK 64001 Honor ar.d Love (Liicht Opera s'ucct.i Jl.'J WKIUtllNHATII 3 7 Gypsy Love Sons from "Fortun.- Teller" OHVlI.Li: IIAKItOLl 04Sl2 VALl'FS (in Knplih). ballad $1.2" MAHI'.L C.AP.HISON t".4S'. Vhen You'ro Away (Waltz Sen?) Si.: ;i:UALniNi: lWUUAlt T3in To Spring lau printempsi S1.2". MADAM HOMKIl and HLU DAI(iHTlCU SOL'S Stahat Mater Due Hi: LVCA (Opera Tenor) 74tir Faust (F.vr Hravet Har: Si. DI caXiOHZA fi4SiS Kn CaUsta (Carriace Waits) Spanish Sons (iALLI (TKCI 74633 The Swallows ( Villenella) Bird warJdin t fleet Di:sAN7X)NT S4S77 My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice (Cello Oblitrato) l'KANCi:s ALDA 6 4 S S 3 I'll HuiUl a World in the Heart of a Host $1.2.'. t t" 7 5 51.2G s. S1.7;. -S1.2Ö 11.23 HOUSE DRESSES New Gingham loose line Dresses, $6.00 and $6.5 0 values, for $4.95. CHEMISE White Batiste with lace trim, $1.50 value, for $1.25. JSP 200 Pairs of Special Blankets on Sale Monday 72x86 part wool White Blankets, with blue and pink border?. Regular 513.95 value, for $9.75. 68x80 part woo 1 Plaid Blankets. Regular $! value, for $7.50. bert n Bros. Co Fur Trimmed Coats to 65 Manv have loose backs, others are belted, and some are plain tailored. Bay Seal, Ringtail Opossum and Neu tria are used extensively for trimming. Tricolette and Migonette DRESSES 150 Exceptional Dresses have just ar rived and are placed on sale at to $62.50 Leading styles are the Over Blouse, Redingote and draped or straight lines. Trimming includes Braid, 'Self Em broidery and Beads. 120 FALL UIT At Amazingly Low Prices $29.75 to $69.50. iUl inj jn m it These are principal ly belted models, having both tucked and pleated backs. Some are Fur trim med, v h i 1 e others are self trimmed. The cloths are Velour, Serge and Tricotine. Brown, Xavv and Blue are a the prominent colors. t' -'S ji An Important AUTUMN SALE -of- w. omen s Silk Hosiery Will be a Monday feature on our First Floor. 2,000 PAIRS OF SPLENDID SILK HOSE At $1.00, $1.50 and $1.95 DUVETYN HATS Wonderful roll, OfT-the-Face Hats and draped Turb ans. Newest trim mings and colors. $12.95 to $20.00 BOOT SILK HOSE Some full fashion ed, double heel and toe; white, gray and champagne; $1.50 value $1.00. PURE SILK HOSE With flare top of mercerized lisle; double toe and heel; black and colors. $2.00 value, $1.50 $2.25 value, $1.95 Perrin s Corona French Lambskin GLOVES The best Lambskin Gloves made. Priced spe cial At $2.75 3 Splendid Items Curtain Materials 39c, 59c, 85c a yd. 25 PIECES Imported striped Cur tain Swiss, 36 in. wide; 75c to $1.00 value, for 39c a yard. 25 PIECE5 36-inch Dotted Swiss, 3 size dots, at 59c a yard. 25 PIECES 36-in. Imported Cream and White Madras, in dots and small figuies, at 85c a yard. GEORGETTE All silk, 40 inches wide; navy and black; fine qual ity $1.39. VELVETS Boulevard Velvets in wonderful colors $2.75 and $4.39. Silk Poen V e 1 v e t s, beautifully finished, in navy, brown, black and taupe, $6.95. Chiffon Velvets, 36 c 42 inches wide, silk back, rich lustre finish, $7.50 to $10.50. Costume Velvets. 48 inches wide, high pile, silk finish; all new winter shades, $4.98. FLRNITLRE GATE LEG TABLES Mahogany or Walnut, different sizes. $25.00 to $75.00 SPINET DESKS Mahogany or Walnut $35.00 to $77.50 ! i i.f V ! FREE SOUVENIRS i I H0HEW00D 1IJ SUNDAY See Paje 12 i I 104-06 S. MICH. SOUTH BEND Your Winter Garments Send them to B. B. '.The frost is on the pumpkin" and it's high time you were taking stock of your winter garments. B. B. Service Supreme will give them the appearance of new. Your rugs and draperies Do- you want them clean and fresh for the indoor months? Send them to B. B. THE B. B. CLEANERS RUEL N. BEEBE. Prop. i; t 10 W. Colfax Ave 7. V Tritt St. Phones : Reil, 1444, 2333 Automatic, 1440 R4 er m - -1 The Music That Thrills the Soul will you have another opportun ity like the one offered you by thi Hawaiian Music Studio. Call and see and hear our beauiiful Hawaiian Steel Guitars Wh ich we will give you FRE j V We will teach you to play your first piece in 30 minutes without charge. Hawaiian Music Studio 301 S. Michigan St. Over 999 Clothing Store Open Evenings Til! 9 P. M. 2E