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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1913 n n At the End of 4he Portage Avenue Car Line 9 O 8 1 J - so ' II ' . l ! I i I 9 r - f - o "V- X h j Y ' ej jj 3 s s v v " r r Z,. uo-g Jae LZ1 ,J ll J ca A v li 1 f0 I - - JO S BRYAN O 8 0 o 0 0 o K o BEALE $T o K 0 0 0 10 0 CO o K o ROSEVELT ST. o S to 0 N 0 Q K o o fV4 ISO V0 (0 f) tSo' eo We have a few lots for sale on the Boulevard, one block from Portage Avenue. This is a fine residence district. Free from the dust and smoke of railroads and factories. The streets are broad and the lots are from six to nine times as large as a City lot. The terms are easy. Only $5.00 down and $10.00 a month. After 550.00 is paid Contract cannot be forfeited for one year. Have your son or daughter buy a lot in this fine addition and save their money. Agent on plat Sat urday afternoon. Our automobile at your service to look the Plat over. INDIANA TITLE AND LOAN COMPANY Home Phone 6538. Bell Phone 4352. (Old Savings Bank Building) FRANCIS M. JACKSON, President. ZAR HAGEY, Secretary. HAVENS COMPLETES FLIGHT 10 DETROIT Only Man to Finish in Airboat Race From Chicago Made 200 Miles in One Day and Claims Record. on Hay. 9th. held DETROIT. July 19. Reckwith Havens completed a flying boat trip from Chlcapo to Detroit, shortly be fore 4 o'clock Friday afternoon. He followed the route planned for the Chicago to Detroit aviation cruise and covered 000 xniles. It Is said to have ccn the most remarkable trip ever undertaken by fiyinc: boats. Havens after leaving Chicago the Sth. reached Macatawa Mich., on the evening of the Heavy winds and a rough sea him there until the 11th. That day he Hew northward to Fentwater, where a storm and damaged machine delayed him until the 14th. That day he got as far north as Charlevoix. On the 13th after Francis and Mar tin haj decided to withdraw from the contest, Havens started out again und made what he claims to' have been a record tlisht for a single day. He Hew nearly 200 miles and spent thf night near Point Iokout. 40 miles north of Bay City, on the shore cf Ike Huron. He was again held up by heavy winds and a rough sea on the 16th, but on the 17th he got as far south as Tort Sanilac, north of Port Huron. Friday he easily made the flight from Port Sanilac to Detroit, about 100 miles. When Havens reached Detroit, he was given an enthusiastic reception at the Detroit Motor-boat club. ni:iiun:x simuxus. Mrs. Karl Kaiser, formerly Mis Anna h'later of this village, came "Wed nesday to spend the day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Slater, end on her arrival found a number cf friends and relatives waiting to greet her. Dainty refreshments were served and many nice presents were given her. Mrs. Fllen Destcr and son Linus have returned from a visit with Arthur and family in Iaporte, Ind. Mrs. (Jeorge Kephart gave a recep tion at her home Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. Lewis Kephart, a bride of this month. About 50 women were in attendance and dainty refreshments were served. Irma Samson of Homer, this state, is the guest of her cousin, Natalia Jordan. Tuesday, July 29, is the date set for the second annual Sunday school pic nic of this county and will be held in the historic Indian fields overlooking Lake Chapin. There will be speak ing, games and amusements and every one is invited to attend. Since School Commissioner George X. Otwell has resigned his position, there have been a number of aspirants for the place, which carries a salary of $1,200 per year. Among them are Melvin H. Berger of Paroda. Fundy K. Shoudy of Benton Harbor, Byron Ben son, principal of the Fairplain schools, and James L. Adams of Coloma, who has been hired as superintendent of the local schools. Mr. Adams has been a successful teacher for the past 13 years and holds a teacher's life certificate. The annual county picnic of the I. O. O. F. lodge will be held here in the Indian Melds on Wednesday, July 30. Many prominent speakers will be present and will give short addresses. A large crowd is expected. At the meeting of the school board of district No. 1, C. M. Niles was elect ed to take the place of Henry Kep hart, whose term expired. Mr. Kep hart has led an active life on the school board having served off and on for the past 35 years. The new school building was accepted by the board and school will begin in the new building in about six weeks. The old building will be sold by the school board. Mr. and Mrs. John McCullough have returned to their home in Gran ville, 111., for a two weeks visit with the former's mother, Mrs. G. W. Mc Cullough. Mis: Marion Nichols has returned from a few days' visit with friends in South Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Elliott of Chi cago are visitor at the home of the former's cousin. Mrs. George M. Dean. Miss Emma Evans is spending the week at the O. B. Hipp home in Ben ton Harbor. The Misses Ellen, Dorothy and Josephine Dickson arrived Thursday from Ardmore. Okla,. for an extended visit at the home of their grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Patterson. SIX DIE FROM THE HEAT IN INDIANA INDIANAPOLIS', July 19. Six deaths and numerous . prostrations in Indiana Friday were the result of the heat wave in which this state has sweltered for three days. Four per sons were drowned while seeking re lief in swimming pools, another was overcome and died on board a ferry boat, and a negro crazed by heat was drowned. Princeton was officially the hottest spot in the state with 105 degrees. Evansville's government thermometer registered 102 but the street level kiosk showed 112. In Indianapolis the maximum was 90 while tonight the mercury had receded to 76. A negro roustabout went Insane from heat while working at Evans ville nad was drowned in the river. At Cannelton, William Snowden, mate on ferry boat K. & I., was overcome by heat and died. Boyd Taylor, 17, was drowned while swimming at Thornton, as was Dean Leming at "Washington, Robert Meyers, colored, at Gary, and Harold Hammond at Sullivan. HURRY TO COMPLY WITH ORDINANCE Chiefs Order is a Good Things Accord Ins: to Dealers In Bicycle Sundries. Suits for Men and Women $15, $18 and $20. Easy Payments GATELY'S 112 11 jrffmon Blvd. ELKHART, Ind., July 19. After Police Chief Northrup "had Issued or ders Friday afternoon to arrest all bicyclists on and after tonight who had not equipped their wheels with lamps and bells, Elkhart's bicycle sun dry stores did a record breaking busi ness and by 7 o'clock it was estimated that COO lamps and as many bells had been sold. The enforcement of the city ordi nance, which had long been a dead letter, is due to a recent accident in which an aged citizen was run down and seriously injured on a dark thor oughfare by a cyclist whose identity was not learned. A number of Elkhart business men who ride their wheels to and from ihe business district, a distance averaging from six to eight blocks, have ex pressed their opposition to the en forcement of the ordinance. In the language of one of them, "It is an absurdity to ask us fellows tired and weary after the day's work, to get lamps, take thu trouble to light them for such a short distance, and then take a chanc on burning down our woodsheds or homes because we for got to blow them out." CHICAGO MINISTER TO OCCUPY LOCAL PULPIT Rev. T. "W. Powell to Have Charge of Services at Quincy St. Bap, tlbt Church. The pulpit recently vacated by Rev. T. W. Powell at the Quincy St. Baptist church, corner of Blaine av. and Quincy St.. will be filled Sunday by Rev. T. J. Parsons, a supply min ister from Chicago. Rev. Mr. Par sons conducted the services last Sun day. It is not certain whether the church will maintain a permanent pastor. For some time Rev. Mr. Powell, who only came to this city temporar ily as a supply man from Chicago, has been making efforts to get away from the post because or his health. He has occupied the pulpit several months, and he tendered his resigna tion about two weeks ago. TRIES TO END HIS LIFE Because Eunice Logan refused to marry him and withdraw a charge of white slavery against him, Albert Lo gan, arrested in the lty Thursday night, attempted to kill himself in a jail cell at Cassopolis. Logan talked with the girl in his cell and told her he could not live without her. She is alleged to have told him to go ahead and kill himself if he wished, It made no difference to her. CASES ARE CONTINUED 9 - Not Enough "Witnesses Present to Try Saloon Men. Owing to lack of sufllcient evidence to proceed the cases'of "Walter Sapp and Joseph Sullivan, charged with selling liquor on Sunday were con tinued until July 29th. Friday after noon in city court. The case of Will lam Tumock. charged with selling liquor to minors, will be heard Saturday. HE WILL NOT PROSECUTE Dr. Winters Wants His Daughter Re turned to Him. NEW CASTLE. Ind.. July 19. Thinking that the kidnapers of his nine year old diughter Catherine may be afraid to release her for fear of prosecution, Dr. Winters has is sued ' a statement promising not to prosecute anyone if she is returned. Private detectives and the police of many cities have failed to find a clew to the whereabouts, of the child, who disappeared last March. NURSE GIVES HER BLOOD Imum during the past month has gen erally ranged above the SO degree mark, and more often in the nineties. For a minimum temperature C6 de grees was recorded. Volunteers Aid When Child of Friend Is Taken Sick. FT. WAYNE, Ind., July 19. To save the life of an Infant son of her closest friend. Miss Florence Leahy, a nurse in the Hope hospital here, Fri day gave a pint of Tier blood which now is circulating through the baby's veins. The child, the son of Mrs. Sid ney O'Connor, had lost blood dur ing a recent illness. HE WILL RETUIIX. An Elkhartan who left the about tne same time a woman "mys teriously disappeared," leaving many creditors has been located in South Bend. He is said to have to retuia and "straighten ters," but refuses to live wife. city promised up mat with his SOUTH BEND IS STATE U. S. V. W. HEADQUARTERS Annoucement was made Friday of the appointment of C. A. Warwick adjutant of the department of Indi ana. United Spanish War Veterans, by the department commander of the state, William H. Bertch, who went into office Thursday. Bertch was elected in June at the annual con vention, and with his election the de partment headquarters were trans ferred to South Bend, where they are located in room 208 of the Dean build ing. Other appointments for local men were as follows: Frank A. Smith, quartermaster; E. E. Peck, assistant adjutant; Albert Sledgekowski, as sistant quartermaster; Wallace D. Teeple, chief of the staff, and Aug ust C. Hartwig, historian. Each camp is Invited to select a comrade to act as aid-de-camp of the staff. The fol lowing appointments were made or the legislative committee: Carroll B. Carr, Guy A. Boyle. Charles A. Gar rard. Indianapolis, Ind.; Harvey C. Petry, Richmond, Ind., and Thomas J. Louden of Bloomington, Ind. FRIDAY LITTLE BETTER Highest Temperature for tho Day Wag 79. Dropping several notches, the ther mometer only recorded 79 as a max imum temperature Friday. The max CONGREGATION GREETS THE RECENT ADDITIONS A reception was given Friday night at the First Presbyterian church for new members attended by about 250 people. About 140 members were added to the church since the Billy Sunday campaign and a large part of them attended. A hearty welcome was extended to them from the old members and the pastor and his wife and other members received the guests at the door. Miss Madge Woodward gave several musical selec tions on the organ and refreshments were served. LADS HIT BY AUTO BUT ARE NOT INJURED ELKHART, Ind.. July 19. Everett and Russell, young sons of Mr. and Mrs. A. Melott of this city narrowly escaped serious injury Friday after noon when run down by an automo bile driven by Earnest Laung of Kim mcl, Ind., who with his wife and child were en route to South Bend. Tho accident occurred at Murion and Main sts. with hundreds of shop pers as witnesses. Laung lost centred of his motor car when he gave hi steerin? wheel a. quick jerk to avoid striking an old man and the automo bile ran over the sidewalk hitting the children. Neither were hurt much and cried more on account f thfir broken tricycle than over their injuries. TV TT3 , H.S. ( li H IK Zj H. Urf I TUAT DrmiTI AD 1 1TT1 U Dl A VUHl TCC A 10c MOTION PICTURES AND VAUDEVILLE 10c WEEK BEGINNING SUNDAY, JULY 20. FIRST HALF ROGERS & ST. CLAIR Comedy and Trick Roller Skaters. HOPE VERNON Sweet Voiced Singer LAST HALF. PROCTER & ADDISON Comedy Talking and Mu sical Act. M'KEE RICHMOND "The Irish Caruso" ROSE BECKERICH AND WILLARD ERHARDT Popular Songs. See the Forster Music Publisher's Display in the Lobby. Free Demonstration Daily. 10c ALWAYS THREE REELS OF MODERN MORAL PICTURES. 10c I