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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES MREE DIVORCES GRANTED TUESDAY Superior Court Jmlr Hnr-Complaint- an! Nparato Tlirrc. 1 CITIZEN'S ORGANIZE TO PROTECT COTTON GINS 3 H ! i ii Kew Georgette Waists SOer& BEÜJß&OREiA TEST 2AfiGAW GfER& i I1.;. Ti.!!. -i Pi-'--r, ; t a.nistmn. a:.i, -. 12 a r : . . 1 . - rn ' i r l: t f i i ri m h r t' ::.orr..w wl'.J orz.ir.ize for th.- pro t f t ; - r 1 of 1 ott ;;-n ihr a ten 1 w rail in all new styles and sizes. Special h d truc:!i-n u:;!si thy ar-' f -"I ! f' '.iii! production an ! c,. .l :,ri- of oo'To-i viL'i- up th ;ri fr: a r. :z i t i in h t c be ri i jar.'' "I Vi . !iiay be farmed. 1" .-'. 1 (n .s-vf ral Otto P. a.- .1 1? Kai.irr A r: r. I' i h in f'alhouri o'inty v.:ir:iins' thM 8 Ne TT I t ii c.; i jjv i omorrow tr ;t cot h' r ,t üvorc- fro:n 1 i-"lITi'r r r t Ha ii ! k. 1 1 : i Wednesday and Friday . i : v 98 Cpl? 9h) Dartres livid at Oliver t v r.ar. v i he r i it nor.-.- ar. ür:rl :?v ir;.-. when h:s w sho ?or, k ' Ti-o'ir.t ;ir. I ;ftr ! tvi: .. a f f .-II- : 1 -u r J hr. 'ft! $4" : a I ."ft rr..:; ; r ( r t ; i K.i: i f r j .- ii SI t hi t ' The vnlnc Iar.e-es at The Olivet j this v.f'ii; will tak.- ida Vfln-- i'hiv. Ofohf-r 1.1th an.! Suturebiv. m-i t'l..-r l:h. Tin s-. dances nr held ( (rj J::i the- ma 'riiücant eafe on the main! ! :!o r from 'j o'clock until 1 ' clor-:' j. in. Iii- r"'jv. r charge i c n's thf s-ir. rl'.-r ro-rt M.-'v ,''-' 'r,:1, I'.'-t'o; jnyinic tno war noon aft. r h- h o! toi l thu- 'court t:,,X Thr s" f1' Mr,1;i r. scryatlonH in . that h'.i wif.. M.rv ha-i n! andon-l ';V- V.;,n"-' 'tn -V'5''2'11''11" th" , 1,0:1,1 J: him. IU rail that .h- hai rftm '''"v 10 1SV,"r H"trI nrchf-"tra; l,.Torrc int-xiat..! rf-i -1 to t.r ,;n,!,r th" P'-rsonal lir-c-tion of Mr. i f; !'ir, m-n:,. and k pt lato hours ' C i!tfin wlU Ornish tho ""f- i f. with othe r rr-n for t',p t:1!In,'r,l"s affairs h'-M at th" ; I t larrv h'i'jni Martin was divorr'I from Martin ir; the suriorior court Moirlny afternoon hy tc-stifyiny that h had l n continually aoc j it inc with other xvomri in spite of her protrst ar.J that he allow, d thern to writ? ln..nt lett-r. to hr. They liv -1 toct-thor from I' hu ary in 1?1,' until July. 1 : 1 7 and she va pivc-n prmts-iion to re--- iim" ie-r Neu port. n. 3. '.'U n name of Iiura hote l this Msnn. Th servic e s the u'.ive r Hote l orrhe tra for rntr- tainnivnts, danre-M and ocial c-veuitsj can hie- jirnnirti! y caliing1 upon th-j ' the Hote l Manage nii'nt. I-Yorn C :lü until S:l" each ovonin'r' durinfr th Iinner Sorvlce in th" 1 Cafe- music will be furnished by th ; Oliver or.ehstra. Adv.' MAKE EFFORT TO AID MINISTER CHARGED WITH EMBEZZLEMENT Sf.( !.! to Tl.e Ncwh -Tlrr.p : 'iU.s-HF.N. In. I.. Oct. 1 before thr. Alb rt S. i 1 . of Cosh, n ronfc--.-i.-d :. Shortly Menautth, eml'.-zzl'T fl-,200 of trust fun!.-. was to bo taken to Mihican City prison Moji- i!ny nft.-rnoon to .tart Iiis f'-ntenr. of from one t' t.ve years imp'''l upon him l.y Cirruit C'urt Jud' JameH S. Irak following a statr-nif-nt made to the court that th.? money had bern lost in it confidence Kam" at ivnve-r. Col., "scar Jay, an Klkhart attorney appearing for Mcnaufch. filed a petition askinpr that the plea be S. lde em the ground that hondsmrn of Mer.aush had neve r made formal demand upon him for the money. JuIfo- Prake was to hear the pe tition Tue sday. An c ffeirt Is bvinr made, to keep Menauqli out of th" penitenti ary by having Iiis bondsnie n nay the Jl-."Ou h" rmhey.zb '1. He Iatt Monday signed th.e- petition a-kir.-: for withdrawal of his pb-a at the ounty Jail where lie has be-on con ti m-e! since h surrenden d to Deputy l'rosecutor -Simmons. SMALLPOX SPREADS, REPORT EIGHT CASES FARMER-LABOR PARTY OPEXS HOT CAMPAIGN John Wroble, 4 2". S. Walnut st., is the latest victim of smallpox to be re-ported to the city health depart ment. He was ejuarant ined this morninpr, Klitht cases of the disease are now under treatment in the city. Diphtheria i.s attain making its appearance- with the comir.jr of the winter se ason. Irene Iiorrie s, ;53 W. I"i.-he st., was quara ntineel for the dis. ase Tuesday afternoon. This is the. fourth case known to the health oüicials. Special to Thet NHtvs-Tlmc-s : I ILK HAUT, Ind.. t).-t. 12. Tlic Klkhart br.uirh ef th" f a run r-la bor Iarty has ent. reel the political cam paign with both feet and a full ceiun ty ticke t, aiul regular meetings aie bein he'd, with fair sized crowds How much of a vote- the party will oll up in Nov.-mber is a matter of conside-i ablo speculation. If you let th" leaders in the new party mostly working men tell it, th-farmcr-Iaborlt- will cut quite, a ti .i re. Members of the Schuyler Rebekah lode will meet at the I. O. O. V. hail "Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock to attend the funeral of sis tor IloJ-e Shultz in a body. 9264-13. CLOSING OUT SALE Farm Machinery Stoves Seeds Furnaces At Big Discounts WARNER BROS., 226 S. Michigan St. Rheumatism's P Will Soon !esi 1 cannot be successfully treated But You Can Do Much to Head ; )y iocai rcmCclie3. You have ihem Utf. i... 4 it j . .i uui io iuuk arouna you at me numerous helpless victims of Rheumatism to confirm this statement. Ask any of them So many people dread to see the fading of summer, for to those afflicted with Rheumatism it means that the comfort they j nncj triCy will tell you that no have enjoyed during the warm ; matter how much liniment they season is soon to ive way to USCf each scason aRain fm5 the pains and pan?s of this dia- tHem in the grip of the disease, ease of torture. j )0 you want to navc te samc x .y x experience) Or are you willing to take advantage of a treat- Warm weather seems to ment that has been successfully r-n rr-m of RU. ! used by many victims? matlim inactive and harm- ! cases .of RHcumatism are aue to a liny germ in me i blood, which multiplies by the ! 1 1 i furious attacks with all of ; llllon ami carries its pains to their old-time viVor. , cimercnt parts or the body less but soon they will arouse and renew their ! Such cases must be treated I through the blood, and the dis- ease germs eradicated before Are you quite sure that you i the disease can be conquered, have ever treated your Rheu- j This is why S. S. S. the fine matism in an intelligent man-; old blood remedy has given ner? Doubtless you have tried U uch satisfactory results in the remedies by the score because treatment of Rheumatism. It the pains arc always increasing ; js such a thorough blood clean in severity and are a source of ( 3er that it removes all foreign constant suifrring. But just ' substance from the circulation here is where you make your thus clearing it of the germs mistake, as others have done that cause the disease, by the thousands. Just because your RheunA- tism causes so much pain and discomfort you feel that the proper way to treat the disease i3 to endeavor to get rid of its , pains. So you rush for th e lin iment bottle and be0?in to rub end rub in a frantic eliort to re lieve your suffering. And at times, postbiy. you get some plight relief. X You must first remove from your blood the germs that cause your Rheuma- tism beCore you can be free of its pains. Begin taking S. S. 5. today you can get it at any drug store. .:, J 1 f i -r i l uui uiu uu cta Know- oi ,-na u you wisn any special in anyone ever ridding themselves structions about your own case, of this painful disease by the . our trained physician will take use of liniments or other local ; pleasure in giving you any de treatment? 'sired information. Write fully A disease than can cause so j to Chief Medical Adviser. 281 much suffering is not confined j 5 w i f t Laboratory, Atlanta, to the eurface of the skin, and j Georgia. ac;m;s mi:iw moii.v oitas vocal stcdio. Mrs. A ftp. es Marlow Mohn will ac cept a limited number of pupils In vi.' al training at her home. 1613 S. St. Joseph St., phone D. 2143.1 Special attention riven to those who! wish to become professional siny ers Mrs. Mohn received her tralnir.fr fre.rn the teachers abroad, and e i 1 ... l . r'. fr-i r.i.i .ti f (i r w V f V- Vi s ' ..ii' i i i ii.mi ih'.ih.i i"'iu ine:. I oj.f-ra and enncert stage before com J ing to this country. Although Mrs. Mohn has not hern heard in South Kend recently, her fri.-nds will recall with pVasure Xh orcasions on which she santr before the Women's literary club, the Wed nesday club, and the l'rogress club a few years atro. Adv. 11 u P PtPIW 1MTEHUBBAN DAY j ill A W WM WEARING APPAREL ICES DOWN AGAIN w e Aro Listing Here Only a Few of the Many Bargains We Have to Offer .&i3raf Vv rf ß rni v n (R ; 0Xi mpsW MMMmm m i n n PI l Rio ml J IlliUllidUICi!? Come here Thursday to see the biggest Plush Coat bargains in years. JUST 75 SHORT PLUSH COATS th cooney trimming. Values up to $50. All new styles in every size. Special for Thursday at ISO SAlLTPfi PF.rO PI. I ISM (TO A T.Q r! These coats are full length and made in the very latest styles; full silk lined. Each and everv coat worth up to $05. (JO. We can save you from $ 1 5 to $25 on a plush coat'. Extra special Thursday at If -c i. '" - " .?! . . Iihiiiimi Mi . Cm j ( js New Fall Dresses in an uui i icuui keltic:. Livci)' new ian öiiauc yWOTr and style. All sizes for women and misses. Val ues up to $27.50. This is the greatest dress value j that we have ever offered. We ask your inspec-. tion. i - ; II 1 1 1 1 I It S 1 k.&? fvvYvA i?. . fivi.se-- IS 7--- f A i mm iMPi liiii M 1 11 telii mm VVm mm$ A ONE GREAT LOT OF 1 i"r tO y" GO ON SALE THURSDAY Materials are: French serges, tricotines, velours, satins, taffetas, georgettes and combination dresses in every style imaginable; all new fall models. Embroidered and braided effects, long straight line dresses, tunic effects and high waist line effects. Every new fall shade. All sizes for women and misses. Values up to $35. Special Thursday u II I fllBM! V - 1 Trimmed Hats for Thursday Special Lot of . . ".Vit?- .' n n n u u lyi u. ty 2" A II I j' on Sale hursday Values up to $10.00 Newest styles. Large assortment from many different manufac turers. Styles and shapes for everyone. If you desire exceptional value for your money, do not miss this Millinery Sale tomorrow. Valees K3 ,1. - v;i" Ladies' High Shoes in black, brown, grey, taupe or fieldmouse, in high Louis or military heels. OXFORDS Just received a new shipment of these classy brogue oxfords. They come in dark brown calf leather with Goodyear welt soles Ö I J 0 ' j - I! 11 ii :l rt I 1 !! !! j !l SI M i Ü i ii ( e - i! ii r! H 1 1 1 4 I t Ü j - t M fl !i ; f t? II 'I i i ü 1 1 i! i Ml Mi