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fHE SOUTH BEKD NEWS-TIMES ü 0 m A V f i'.i ;j ! 1 .r CHEAT io i V i 7 v v,' I Indiana ... ... 4 TAKE EXCEPTION Cy Rove Streets hi BETTER THAN TO G. 0. P. LIES; Varlous Cities in Rumania : WHISKEY FOR COLDS AND FLU mm s I nr v 1 r 'i 5! Bones I J.Botws b jferoStodfe inn I'D A t : i : 'A r, '. r - I'ral-c I'.rmiii. -. 1. ''". i " ; ! i ' - v. I -- j r i . 1 N M r.' .i r. :h . i i wa- -. . : - 1 1 . '1 ; r:i -;-;i - : a', plM---.fi ' 1 ' . v f : "i ft v. .- . ,r. r. ' i r -; . t : "':pr:'r to th -Iv in in, (,,-. d Sr.. t t tvv. I:, rr.-.tuy t .n's. p.. r ? . Ur 1 .' t '. . r,f ' , ,:. f- ' for X: - ' r'v. i.'i' Ai:: r: an ' 1 : - r r 1 1 rj r t ! ( ;. rrart. i J ' ' ' r !' 'i: f .'-wrfrif f--j ;. U '"! . ! I iV 'I'D: ! ;m ' 1 ' t ' t I i . ; r 1 S f 'i f s r - t - - ' - f i ', ! il s - ' . -i. , ': . - ' - v 7 5- ' - 7-- ,Ä.:.' V.-. ''.. 5 V - . I IUirAl:i:ST. Oct. I.:. Of r!;r- I :.i5.--i tJ.. :n- a iillt ' League of woinen,'!f 2(!:f " ;:'f. :.-r.t p..(,;.:.s i:u- i ::. rr..-. ha :.., .-r j ni.irua. none i. :n..f- p!ct::r -s-:- j qjir.-.l ti;.- irt .f n;::r -? :neiw . th.in tho Gypsif Lik-- th-ir i-r.-t..- i as th ;r fistr in th Tnit-d Stales tf.Tri Wire? Protest to Headquarter.-. f n rii Hlatf. Ini!.. O-t. I.".. Acting j t5- in America. th" rv tl; rour.try in prrat raravar.', arr.ir.t; Ktrar renn;t-s by bf-u'K-liik;. .Iar.c::.r. ! playing: and tf liinr f.irlur.. In Oru- vi tho u'.ar.y ancii-r.t cisu::..- which :Jil.Moan w-,m.n m.r th- : . a.t; , . . . ' tluuis. .v-s fri'hlluy if . n- f ih.jr Mrs. A. 11. Bf'anlslc y. pre si- ' '" porters. t U nt of th- Indiana League of Wo- rii-n voters today wlrd to th- n.- ti'.m; republican hpadiuart rs i:i f Chicago a protest a sain t unfair cri- I t.ci-wir of th- lea true mado hv V j ?-;.;! kers for th-- r puldi an party sp'-c.ally Lillian Russell and Mrs. M-di;i MrCormick. hiidr.'n dis. Tl-.'-y l-eli'-v. that) th- d-.itli h i.s ':- n o.iusol bv an I Th- h!,v'h cn. of living whirl, ha ! ovil si)irit havinu -n: r. d lh bn.lv ! drawn tiIi t the Ptrinps of .-voryjof child as w.-lf a if im.th r and. purse has br.iupht doubl hard.-hips . that if thev hastig themselvm the to th'-s.- wandert r.-. No mat t r I spirit will depart. ! how wo II thv plav their violins. I , i. 0, . A ,A f . , e , One Kun.anian CiVJs overrun i n matter what uood fortune Uu y . .,,., ,: ..,.! New Elixir, Called Aspironal, Medicated With Latest Scientific Remedies, Used and Endorsed by European and American Army Sur geons to Cut Short a Cold and Prevent Complications. til. ''!. p rf i ' i: -! - ,- A mT !' i rt t f 1 f ai: i :. . i, .d i ; f'l'ly i-: -ij.." 1 - : - i 'i n i - I .(:! . :" - xr 0 itti(L riloS MDKEV C AOR MAN c pit tr: -... ir 1 .;. Audrey Carriüjrtori Norman. ,x''' ' -!" i oil(- r.f '. si- iriri ni. t -a 1 1 1 e-s who ; a - . i i i ; ' .r r ? ' j , ,i i ? r t,..j- : n ; i i 1 1 i !..- : : ils at the t: at the-- f;id i r : ,c .! ri.'V. i ' . Hi r t r y t o d- i e w -,n Mr i"t Am' r'.cm n-i- Win IVaU. I f. i r o re -of i -r tb ;. -ri . i- V. on ' h" prai r f . ; ",. . i'.t p-irtM. -,:. Thi . - :', of w-nd wa , . r-t i-. -it i:!'k he.-.d " --n s.m' -div:lop-- ff th.- hulls !-- ' d-.-l..- n , , ,..r-- f. r coriijn'i ii" atioM ! .. 1 -i -v f. .'-rid in t h rir.a-i --hip t he n, i . he r .f it.- :'''.' !.! i: f-.re. d f :. "ui. ar d '.'"" to 'vi.;, froei o-;.. re-iipart-::-, f r . . a r' . h r. r ft 'A a1 ; t..- --t f-i'-r ', h - ? i--.-p-I'i'n.M v in ;!: h-ht it the a:!!- -f Jatbc 1 af. r ta- y h . 1 n x r 1 an-! :.; d by ftriti-h :- r i ;;' -aid. Th-- :; a h;: - :i .!.. )'-d ' i i ! i . 1 1 , ; . , f A !.;! r.i , , i ; . I ' . a , . ; ; J, r v . , . : ; ba - ! - ; ' ! r: h- r.f w r . ' . , -. . . f i v ' :.( l ! oin Mur.p.- u arinir je.it;.,. .M,-s Ncrman was at- ir I bi a laV'-nder v. od and silk n.ixrur- kia't.-d Irass. with short I j- I a :! !, . wool storking.-: ami re... i Vit ar:d rt !.! ik and ;o!d m ir.ii . .!. The S' .iteh heather stor-kimrs ap;ar-d xtia int ly suitable for .ol ll IV I'll d'-e'K. a ri:ci.L 'It i unfortunate that th.e Indi ana L.-airue of Women Vot rs is b -ini,' tu.f.iirly criticized,' saM Mrs". A. Carlisle, head of th South K i;d branch of the leairae. Wed m sda . when a?ked conc erning the eornp'aint 5nt to the national re publican lead'iuarters by Mrs. I'.eardsley f KIkhart aatrinst criti- ism of th acue b' republican speakers. "I have bu n unable to find any thing in thv- newspapers regarding wh.at Mrs. Moore (Lillian Hussell) and Mrs. Mc'ormick have said rc-gardii-.g the league,' continued Mrs. i'arii-"!.- "but it is unfortunate that the Ic -ague should be misunderstood. I- N'onpart Isnn. Th- Inliana L-earue cf Women Voters is a nonpartisan organiza tion. ItM membership Is composed f both r publican and democratic women. I want th democratic i ae in hers of the league to vote fur ;h'-ir candidates and I am going to vt.e for mine." said Mrs. Carlisle, who is a prominent republican Uad r among the women. Mry. Jarhs! Wt-dnsday cx idnir.ed tht purpose of the league. She said that it is organized t nah! trie newly enfranchised women to obtain a better know ledge of ivi affairs. "We are going to take an active part in obtaining better civic kov f rnni'.-nt." she said Wednesday, "Hut. in this campaign th- league pnt taking part as an organiza T -n.ds of :rh!tln,K To tmphasizt. this the South J !!:" 1 iM ':nt r"1 ,h' 'j;-. f"r Ibnd branch of th. league has sus ; ,,,,,'U5HV Thl:rs,"'J-"v r' "'1: pendo.l all activity during the pre- ,..W. 1 ' N nt campaign. TUM I'll ILA o . : i ' h .N..rt!i ! ar: a . r s ;-. ' - .f tb.- d 1 ':'k!u -id - - a-.d r -pbhty of ' - bv d. ' !; to he 1 1 ' : 1 1 . ' : l i i ' . pr -t . ;.r. .-IT , f ' "' . I. ' : : : . t ':::, . , r i; ! : t t" b i' b. . ,v i ' - rl : n I i-atuie) of ". t ' : - of ! h r r. a r .-h : " -. d A oo tri v t ! 1 i k I' pro. i. i o 1 i f ' of lip- (!.-:. ()',',- . t r ' . : - -, . r f i 1 t. b o a par u it!) : ho-.. ; : ? h. h:r'.. it- riti.ia r ;.aM . !,. . .tl:-. :.. : ..- r -h : : -a bid eo. k i a . - ; ! t'.-r '-a' a small part ' a ' : ! . -r . v. ;r w-i .- i ; !. a r i - d :1. r ;p- -hips w, ;. d pi. t !: ' ! i ! '.' till! a t:y i: . r Tip i- " : .pat. d i rt b.- w ;?hin -i h- ; 't Vsr.i ro of !'."(, proha'.', in th. j a. as h" i capaciv s rv hmit.-l. ,u p-rb-d- of l". p.'.-i tip" . - h.o'i. d .p-:p r- in b.ir-,-ttnl d u r . ti - p- rlo.'.s at i of tfiti-Ti tla. s r- p.orl;.- s'-p- p.jed w ti not i .-..... . .o-' r i . : ' ! p - 1 a ' " r 1 1 u a '. ' : : r d b a k j -j o: Arne rican ship-, with prvi-i -f r p erul-'ps a? s a away fr. m upp'.y his . t h.- J : r : . n er if', w e r- priiiiitivc, it was a:d. Ti--- fnal di-p' o pi to b- o .f the (lernian ---'s hi- rp b.-. oc:ded. Th-:y will eirh.er broken up at navy nrds or '!- '. a - ui:a,a :.; for th fV t. Can You Heat It? v fash;orpMi s;:u h. - . t : .,- or. (1ny and Van Kaalt.- s.lk. i : :; fancy, $2." ." a, nr. OIiv-t S" l Shop FrMnv r.trnit'.rT -Adv. a 1 -1 4 Beats Gasoline at 15 Cents A Gallon New ImoMtb't! Makr 1 i-il-: Finn "'.I Mi!- ; (.allon of ;. line and Start I'.im iti CMi-t Wea ther. .Other Cars show lro )ori!ii'iatc Sa in. A t; v. -a-V.urdf'r which c.- !ow:i g...- di:p- -o', sun ipti.'.n of irv p ', - j:,.-iudir.ir ill-- Kord, and 1 dip'- S i:,i-"!;r,i. bills from -n--third tm ,; .-;. .If ii; tip- j.roud .. hi---, era rd rd th.- Air-l"riction -'a j ' urt tor '.. Madis ui st.. b.iytnri. Ohio. This remarkable ir.Mtion nt orly in'rar the p..w. r of all motors froia IU) ' to but en il 1. s everyene to run .-bov ai high gear. It also tiialrt it ( asy to start a Ford or. any othr tar in tie- coldest wea-th.-r v.ithcu' previously warming th" motor. With it you can ue the vi-ry clpajMSt grade of gaso-lin- or half gn-oline and half k. ro.--ep.-. arid stili g-.-t. nuff power and more mihago than yoj now fp l f:-om th," hi.'hist t st gaso irie. .Man v Tord owners say they n-.w v t a high as 4ä tc ." miles ta a t-ailon of gasoline. So sure ar- the mantafacturers (f the im-t-.'-r-.s saving th 'r new carbur tor -.' ill make that they offer to s-nd it on ;'pi days trial to every - ar ou n--M As it can he put on or t.ila n off in a few minutes by a'tyir.e. all readers 'ho want to try it should send the;- name, ad dress and make of ear to the ! anufai-tureis :ii (.nr-". Th-y ill--" want local ag-r.ts. to whom they offer f -plionally large protits. Write tip m to day. Adv. Kc.-oiit Attacks. Ar: other local woman prominent in republican circles maintained rnhn? f hfor, h llUnt Vl-'--1 as apparently 'a höur to die Every Drugg st in U. S. In-! . 1,1 TTTTT hem they rind it hard to cax Pen- from pneumonia. The doctor found J Df J D ' nie from th empty pockets of the nunu.rrj, brui,,.s aI1 h,r chA structed to Refund Price i war-opprf sr.d rax man. an people. :irultho, hl(1 ?,rious;v alaVat-t Whili You Wnit at Count-1 Many of them have starved to death. u,r ,-ondition. Or. questioning' VVniIe 1 OU W&11 at OUnt- girls are to be found some strik- j lu- to a beating she had given her- j jng types c f b auty. Dark complex- self he. ause om of her eight ehil- I ion and hair, with shining long-!dren had died. er If Relief Does Not Come Within Two Minutes. ! CORPORATION BUYS OLD POWDER PL AXT Delightful Taste, Immediate Relief, Quick Warm-Up. Wednesday the attitude of Mrs. Carlisle, emphasizing the fact that though the b ague is strictly non partisan in its initial purpose it has during the present campaign ort:, d Fly t'idtod I'n ss women to affiliate with one national WASHINGTON. party and work in that party con- Btru loc say the same for the state and na- I Nashville Ind'ictrial c.rpf,rat:i n the i highest authorities, and proclaimed rvt. 1 ".-The The sensation of the voir m the drug trade is Aspironal. the twn- minut" cold and cough r lievt r. au ty and work in that party eon- 0;ri Hickfrv Po-4V(itr p;arit at Jac;.. ! thoritatively guaranteed by the lab-j nctively and individually. "Our .,, ' , JrtC i oratories; tested, approved and most I al league, and I am sure I can sm 1 U ' Term., has no. n s..dd to the . rlUhusiastically nlors d by the the ame for the state and na- Nashville Ind'ictrial c rjioratic n the i hirrhr t authorities, and urociaimed tional organization." continued tip- speaker, "has endeavored to present to the new women voters the prin ciples of both parties that the wo men could for themselves determine their preference of the parties. It Is distressing that the attitude of the Lngue of Women Voters should be attacked (at this time, when its non-parti.-an work is resulting so effectually for the interests of both parties." concluded the speaker. Other republican women of the city expressed indignatmn that the league should suffer critieic-m at this time by so called republican j women propagandists. director of sahs of the war depart-'by the common people as ten tim merit announced today Th" price w as $ -1 . . " o ." . 0 0 n . as quick and tfective as whisk y. ro"k and rye, or any other cold and cough remedy they have vt r tried. MAIL I'LANi: WKi;CKi;i. All drug stores are now supplied ULOOMl'ILLI). N. .1. Oct 1" : with the wondertul new elixir. s a!i I f erbert 'han .1 r mail aviator. you have to do t get rid of that cold is to step ir to the nearest drug store, hand the clerk half a dollar for a bottle of Aspironal and tf 11 him to serve you two tcaspoonfuls landed in a narrow street Ik r- to day wrecking his plane, but escaping unhurt. He caibd for ar.other plane which lie expert' d to pilot to Tf velar. d. Ohio this afternoon. I with four teaspoonfuls of water in Chandb rs plan-- developed motor a glass. With your watch in your trouble i,ver r.Ioonif ield. I hand, take the drink at one swal- . j b.w and call for your money bad: in two minutes if you rannot feel ( your cold fading away like a dream j within the time limit. Don't be SPKCIAL. Pig sale of candies 4 " :, i" . o ; - cents a pound Thursday, Friday and Saturdav only. i' 0-18. THK PHII. Harold Lloyd Just Tliink of Ft, I.ali. l-'ull fashioned ho.-e. pi tin and fancy $'2.?., a pair. Oliver Style Shop, Fridav morning. Adv. i'-'T-i-H (iot po-trtl n valuer of Cotton LmmI by attcnIing tin.' (ireat Sal t f RIDENOUR GARMENT COMPANY Sri Ad l'ago . bashful, for all drugists invite you and expect you to try it. Lvery bod 's doing it. When ytiur cold or cough is re lieved, take the remainder of th bottle home to your wife and ba bies, for Aspironal is by far the safest and most effective, the easiest 1 to take and the most agreeable cold ami cough remedy for infants and children. Adv. :i!illlllllllllllllllllllllll!IIIIIIIM Let Little Feet Grow Free YOU don't want to think of your boy's or girl's feet tortured by the agonies you've suffered all your life corns, bunions, callouses, ingrowing nails, fallen arches? Then bring your child up in Educators the good-looking, long-wearing shoes that "let the fct grow as they should' straight-boned. supp!c, and healthy. Plenty cf room tor toes and tendons to stay flexible and shapely. Bring your boy or girl tc our store, and we'll put those growing feet into Educators. Bring in the v hole family Educators relieve older feet, too. Come in today. RICE A. HUTCHIN5 B X '1 oT. Uall C07 Rluchcr Educator for Beys rj v. a u 'j ma FOR ME N, V 0 M Z N, and CHILDREN Chuti Yen of i ujj.j.1 .i.i ' m n 11 n n-t m t . u mn. 1 1 1 nn nzrz Michigan srixiAL. T'r "h pe;i-a;r butter . Thursday, T-'rb'.av ar. I Satr:: cents a .1 . e for I'-T-'-Dl. tim: riniA. . (. Ial. Tiip k . f '. '. fa', f.-h or.ed -bl hps. cry " a pair. C'liv. r S:- 1 fliiip, iv r-o -rr.lr.ir. - Ad. r-: : : -: t "OUCH! THAT OLD RHEUMATISM" ;. t out your txutlt- ej" sit-in's I.tnl-im-nt ami knock th' pain gall -t." WKIIFA'T ioi.lv f.a e;-u. b suirch m to w re yo-. ' 1-ft vp-.j tht! last mperat ure. 1 "Z io. sort . ': r :;:'". it .c T w; r. u;c .-, ; Vuii sr.. a" i have had a b. .f I-'-.rv'ttt Y. itp'.y thai w pt;M Lawton, Many a Joss stick has been splintered and many a fragrant pipeful of hop has wafted its aroma heavenward since Chung Yen played in the far-off fields of the Orient. ' But you'll find him today on his farm at Lawton, Michigan, toiling away un der the same stars which brightened the dusk of southern China toiling away among his hills and rows of things which make Chop Suey a delectable dish. Frank Farrington, of The News-Times staff, went to Lawton last week and brought back the story of Chung Yen. It will appear in the Sunday News-Times. If you've been reading Farrington's stuff you know there's a treat in store for you. Watch for it. The Sphynx Apple Because she was a woman it was natural that the Sphynx apple should attract her. And because she was truly a daughter of Eve you shouldn't be surprised that she did what she did. But never has there been such a story as this of O. Henry's since the famous farce, "The Lady and the Tiger." If you're not reading the O. Henry stories which appear in The News-Times on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, you're not getting the full entertainment value out of your newspaper. The Sphynx Apple will appear Sunday. South Bend to Ü Detroit Tomorrow Bv Pullman Tomorrow evening, October 13, t h i s great convenience, which never before existed, becomes pos sible. At 9 P. M. a solid steel Pull man car will be placed at t fie New Jersey 1 ermina 1. 1 508 W. D lvision St.. ready for occupancy. This car will not leave for Detroit until 1 A. M. Saturday morning, but travelers may retire any time up till thii hour, thus securing a good night's rest before arriving in Detroit Sat urdav morning at 7 : 50 A. M. if i M 1 i ! it DVNDERINE" i :: no. tunc. 1 i:p 1 .;:! sv i.-r. .as- d up the n.us- ; . ;i;;Mcd th- jumpy, p tnfu'. af- -! rar' a " d '... aiL-'-r 1 r , -. fv- Through Pullman Service Effective Oct. 15 th i l :r..!-:ig.. "Ivl" Save Your Hair Make It Ahmdant! . t . . ; i : i ir. ..v.as r : r v. i . rs. s t ; t! r ss. r:V.r-. ach. . sprair.s (let a bottle ,: yc-ir druggist's. UM-, Tec. n). .Painsl 4Z74T r.rt rr&rivrsTT Princess Mishawauka Hey Fellers Lookut Here! Have you heard of the three South Bend boys who rode their bikes all the way to M arion last Labor Day. Of the adventures they had and how one of them did the return trip of 1 14 miles in record time so lie wouldn't be late to school? Their story will be in The News-Times Sunday. Make Dad let you see the paper. A delightful verse written and illustrated by Elisabeth Steele, dealing with the legend of the dainty Princess Rapid W ater who appears each year in the golden autumn bringing to our fields her bene diction of peace and prosperity. Of course the regular features will be on the job and several more surprises not mentioned here. Have you been reading the following: I S ..l A . r a. - i V- , -if- 'A ill . nr A ir ;-. :s si::, o tioi:. d . r -: a : : -. . c.-a gl agl.tful s i. .i 1 ; , g hair. ::" g i w s ! I II . Tu lir.g h iir tlr.t youth ful briset:.' .'- at; i :il''.i; ii;.i tlUe.I- dl rur&rtJs: "DODD'S KID SET riLX-3 re a wendfrfal rrafdlti- fry Viir.t-y trcuMe. r uäJ tfcm lcjt It jen nul tLy r-rr.;-letety rellered ct. My iul:tr oM tSm recently Eil th y rr-llr bnfit:d fcw. I ca cmir.y prw Wm." THOMAS TOMLLN'. Kncwlton, Kj. Ai yrxir ireniit rr crAmr ft d.rrrt irvrn Dodi M4iCin Cx, if I-uftal.x N. Y. Oaly nd fT. ill' r t aa " - ' I , r Editorial Sport School News f i Society Automobile Building Kin Hubbard Church News Real Estate If you've ever before mact' the trip to Detroit and sufiercd the in conveniences and delays that were cittached to the old method, you can appreciate just how great a service this will be for South Benu- Detroit travelers. The officials of j the New Jersey realized this and i5 ... v were content to maintain this serv- fi ice at a probable loss in order to make this trip more convenient for j the traveling public. I V I T I THE SUNDAY NEWS-TIMES Have you read it lately? Leaving Detroit, '.eeper will Io.v5 W aPash hrt 1 . u;Lj 11:15 P. M. each night, reaching' our terminal nt Sowth Bend. Ind . at 5:30 A. iL the following morning. Panw-ngers mcgy remain jn the eleeper up to 7:30 A. M. For reservations and full particulars call New Jersey, Indiana & Illinois R. R. K 4 K i. n IrilllfllllBiiSilllllllllll-tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiififiiiifliiiiiiitlllllllllllfllllllllllS rrj'J'XrX . T.VJ Me-"'B'llltltlIiJIllllIllIllltIIIIIIIIIlXl Terminal 150S W. Division St. Downtown Office 512 Dean BIdg. Main 563 Main 186