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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
Mil, Bell Phone 10 123 Telephone IE E. It VAN WINKLE WILL TAKE PASTORATE Congregation of the Christian Church Give Farewell Recep tion to Pastor Will Go to Fort Wayne. Rev. O. K. Tomes, Tor Fomctime pastor of the First Christian church of this city, was the suest of his con gregation at a farewell reception at the church Wednesday evening". The church was crowded with parishion ers. Rev. Tomes has made a capable and well liked pastor. Tho evening at the church was ppent in a Eoclal manner and was fea tured by several short addresses. Rev. T. J. GIblett, president of the local Ministerial association, and Mr. Tomes beinp tho principal speakers. On behalf of tho association Mr. GIblett spoko of tho work don by Hev. Tomes and said that the latter had made a most successful pastor and ono whoso placo it would bo diffi cult to satisfactorily fill. Rev. Tomes responded, thanking tho congregation for their help and interest in his "work and also express ing his thankH to the Ministerial asso ciation for their kindly feeling. The pastor h "tfood-bye" was listened to with Interest by tho congregation which regrets his departure. Following" the talks a short business session wa held at which a call was Issued to Rev. E. K. VanWinkle of FIndlay, 0 to accept tho pastorate of the local church. Rev. VanWinklo is spoken of as a man of ability. It is believed that he will accept the looal call although this cannot bo learned until he answers tho call. Tour choice of 100 bushels of peaches at $1.55 and $1.70. Roh leder's Cash Grocery. Advt. pu u j u ii iyi iLd y ii iy? yj? ti Q u y y u ir ii We have purchased from the Premier Bed Co. of Mishawaka, all the beds they had on display at the Manufacturers Exhibit in the Textile building Home Coming Week, at a reduction of 50 per cent of the regular manufacturers price. Every bed was specially made and finished for this exhibit. You no doubt saw them or heard of them as this display caused more favorable comment than any oter showing in the entire building on ac count of the beautiful designs and the rich, natural-wood finish on .steel. They repre sent the new ideas in Beds. On Friday Horning at 9 o'clock These beds go on sale at Y2 of their former regular selling price. This an opportunity that occurs once in a life time, which enables you to get an article made and finished especially for exhibition purposes at half the regular selling price. We are also featuring at this time the famous Eng lander Wit Edge Bed Spring, the best spring made. It absolutely prevents the mattress from sagging, sliding or spreading, and is guaranteed for 25 years. Beds and Springs now on display. Charge accounts solicited. Open Friday, Saturday and Monday Evenings. SUA WAKA SOUTH MAIN STREET Your Items to The News AUGUST VAN HOLSBEKE WEDS MARIA VLERICK Couple Coming: Here From Belgium Are Married Thursday by Rev. Shoekaert. August Van Holsbeke and Miss Maria Vlerick were married Thursday morning at 8 o'clock at St. Pavo's Catholic church. Rev. A. Schoekaert performing the ceremony. They were attended by Henry Van Volsten and Edward DeSchepper. Tho bride and groom were sweet hearts in Belgium, and came to tlv's country to be married, for if they would have been married in Belgium, the groom would have been forced to serve a term in the army! They ar rived in this city from Belgium Aug. 31, 1913. The bride is 26 years of age, while the groom is 21 years old, and is employed at the Mishawaka Woolen Manufacturing Co. Mr. and Mrs. Van Holsbeke will re side in this city. HANDKERCHIEF OF MRS. TAFT SOLD WEDNESDAY One of the features of the enter tainment of the Ladies Aind society of the English Lutheran church at the home of Mrs. William Vinson of W. Ninth st., was the purchasing of the handkerchief which was embroidered by Mrs. William Taft, wife of ex-Pres. William Taft. Tho ladies several months ago wrote to her and asked if she would not donate some article for a bazar which they held. The handkerchief arrived too late for tho social and was kept until sold, Wed nesday afternoon, to Mrs. G. Bears of W. Battell st. A good collection was taken at the meeting. A two-course luncheon was served. BRIlMv IX OFFICE. The rear window of the office of tho Rapid Parcel Delivery. 114 S. Main st., waa broken in Wednesday evening and it is supposed that some boys did the act, as only pop-corn and peanuts were taken. Home Phone 113 SPLIT GOMES IN RANKS OF PROGRESSIVE PARTY Two Factions Now in Local Bull Moose Party Date For Fil ing Applications Growing Close. The citizens-progressives 'held a meeting Wednesday evening tn the old headquarters and accepted the report of the treaty of peace committee which recommended a fusion with the republicans in the coming cam paign. The report was accepted and the meeting voted unanimously to Join with the old-liners in the for mation of a citizens ticket to enter the city campaign. The communication addressed to the meeting by the republicans who met Tuesday night, was read and placed on file. This expressed a will ingness on the republicans' part to enter into the partnership. All that remains to do now seems to be a union meeting of both parties. This, however, will not be necessary but will probably be held in order to display the "harmony" existing be tween the republicans and the citi zens' party branch of the progressives. Now that the preliminaries have been done away with candidates may be expected to announce themselves for the various city officers with some degree of regularity. Many men are working strenuously, it is understood, for the various offices and have only been waiting for the two parties to sign the treatv of peace before enter- ting the race publicly. No candidates were talked of at the meeting Wed nesday but they were mentioned by the score on the streets after the ad journment of the assembly. The leaders behind the formation of the new union party here claim they are backing no candidate or candidates and say that anyone may enter the race who chooses to do so. A few days will tell the tale, however, as the date for tho primaries is rapidly approaching. The man who stole the automobile Is in the custody of the officers of the Kan garoo court. Hear him tried Thursday uight. They may hang him. IIOREX WTXS FIRST GAME. Jos. Horen and Fred Hatfield met in the first series of their annual bowl ing contest Wednesday afternoon at the Ellsasser alleys, the former win ning all three games with the follow ing scores: 147, 142, 149, 122, 155, 116. Hatfield claims that Horen has had considerable more practice at the Elks' alleys. FIND IIOTLSi: A XI) RUGC.Y. A horse and buggy which was taken from Elkhart Wednesday evening was found this morning by George Giel of 902 W. Lawrence st., in front of his residence. The rig was turned over to the police who notified the Elkhart police. ATTFXI) FAIR. Mr. and Mrs. George McRride and Mrs. E. W. Forstbauer on Thursday attended the fair at Goshen. KFXXFTII KOIILKR IMPROVING. Kenneth Kohler, son of Mr nd Mrs. Charles Kohler, W. Rroui. .ay, who has been very ill with typhoid fever, is somewhat improved. WIIIj ATTEN D GOLDEN WFDRIXG Mrs. J. J. Eugledrum left Thursday for Austin, Minn., where she will at tend the golden wedding celebration of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Carter, which will be held Sept. 23. KIMRALL ORSEQUIES. Private funeral services over Mrs. A. C. Kimball were held Thursday aft ernoon at 2:30 o'clock from the resi dence of her son, . L. Kimball, 316 E. Second st. SURPRISE MRS. IIOSTKITLKR, Twelve lady friends and neighbors successfully carried out a surprise up on Mrs. J. D. Hostettler at her home, 521 E. Grove st., recently. The affair was in nature of a farewell to Mrs. Hostettler, as Mr. and Mrs. Hostettler will soon leave for New Carlisle, where they will reside. Music was the chief feature. Luncheon was served. WE WILL TAKE YOU INTO OUR CONFIDENCE. We can and will tell you any day just what the condition of our bank may be. Our directors to direct We obey all banking laws We are examined by the gov ernment We voluntarily publish at fre quent intervals statements of our our bank your bank. First National Bank First Trust & Savings Co. MISHAWAKA. We pay 4 Percent Interest on Savings Deposits. , yt ,,,,,.,3 t .l.l u., -J K. I "SOME CLASS" I 1 to you when the appetite is j keen, the digestion good and the liver and bowels active. Dlf you are not enjoying these pnviliges you should try d HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS u at once. It will help you. READY FOR SESSIO ii Judge's Stand and Cell Com pleted Wednesday To Have Big Parade Headed by Band Come to the Textile Build ing Tonight. Everything for the big Kanguroo trial, which will be held at the Tex tile building tonight, i3 in readiness and the men who are in charge an nounced Thursday morning that seat ing capacity for 2,000 people had been arranged for. Men have been busy about the building for the past week constructing the stand and cell, which is built of wood. The stand is draped in black and white and all ofiicers will also be dressed in black and white, each wearing a suit of one or the other color. Tho rear of the stand is decorated with foliage and panel scenery. The building has been cleaned and wired for lights. A special feature of the trial will be a procession on the down-town streets at 7 o'clock in which all of the principles of the court will take part. Tho parade will be headed by Elbel's band, who will also give a concert on tho four corners. Features of the parade will be horses and men in costume and several floats. The ofiicers of the court had not all been picked up until noon. It is prob able that Lieut. Gov. William P. O'Neill of this city will act as judge. Archie Graham of South Bend has been picked as one of the attorneys and the jury will be comprised of doc tors of the city. Fred Major has been appointed sheriff. The members of the jurv are Dr. Cudday, Dr. Bost wick, Dr. Doan, Dr. Borley, Dr. Ball and Dr. VanRie. The Misses Anna Bauerlien and Alpha Balsley will act as court reporters. "Chief Owl" Vogt Dark Horse Casbon, Slow Ford Judge Metzger to gether with his camping manager, J. Q. Swanger and Sammy Myers. Judge Metzger's office boy, Frank Shirley, the pink shirt artist. Lemonade King Murphy and Dr. Irwin the first can didate to be entered in the homely man's contest, will all figure promi nently in tonight's proceedings. Fred Grosbeck and Mid-Night Ora tor A. L. Shank will be the olficial an nouncers. It is expected that large crowds will turn out and attend the trial as it will be one of the biggest comedies of the season here. All concerned re gard the matter as? a hugh joke and each will do all in his power to make it a success. Ladies are especially in vited to attend. FORM Fit RESIDENT II FRF. Leo 11. Clemans, formerly connect ed with the Schiffer pharmacy, but now located at Rochester, Ind., visited with friends in this city Thursday. WILL ENTERTAIN AT DINNER. Hon. and Mrs. E. A. Jernegan, E. Second st., will entertain at a S o'clock dinner Thursday in honor of the birthday anniversary of their son, Atty. Ralph H. Jernegan. SUSTAINS BROKEN ARM. E. E. Murray sustained a broken right arm Tuesday afternoon while ho was cranking his automobile. The machine kicked and Mr. Murray sus tained the broken arm. NOTICE. Regular review of Mishawaka Hivo No. 66 Friday evening. A meeting of all persons interested in the success of an independent tick et in the coming city election will be held at the headquarters of the Pro gressive Club, 112 North Main street, Saturdav evening, September 13th, at S o'clock. All Invited. GEORGE B. WILLIAMS. President Progressive Club. J. ALVIN SCOTT. Chairman Republican Party. MJ.SRAWAKA Classified Advertisements. Where to Buy The- News-Times. Chicago Newspap'?r Agency. C. L. Ostrander, West Second street. Red Cross Pharmacy, W. Second st. Mishawaka Hotel, S. Main st. William A. Bordy. N. Main st. Irvine Pharmacy. 603 N. Main st. FOR SALE Received car load of chairs of all descriptions; prices to suit. W. Schultz, 120 E. 1st. Phone 700. FOR RENT 6 rooms, N. Studebaker st. $8.00 Hastings. 218 N. Michigan St. Phones Home 6440; Bell 213. FOR SALE Two new 7-room houses on 14th st., near Spring, Mishawa ka. Cistern and well. Good cellars. Pined for gas, wired for electric llehts. Cash or payments. Geo. D. Beroth, 136-138 N. Main St., South Bend. Telephone 6328. FOU HE NT Furnished room; all con ententes except clothes closet; four blocks out; ll.'O a week to permanent party; SOtJ N. Lafayette st. FOR SALE Two new 7-room houses on 14th street. near Spring. Mishawaka. Cistern and well. Good cellars. Piped for gas, wired for electric lights. Cash or payments. Geo. D. Beroth. 136-138 North Main st.. South Bend. Telephone 632S. WANTED TO BUY A second hand buggy. Home phone 167 or call at 224 S. Main st. WANTED TO BUY Your old and new feather beds and pillows. Call Home phone 167. FOR SALE Household coods of all kinds at 214 W. Battell st. FO It RENT Furnished rooms. all modern, inquire 31S W. Third st. t 00 COURT 15 KENNEDY TO MAKE RUN 1 FOR CITY CLERK JOBl , City Treasurer Joseph Garner, Udw. j Hcincr, George I. Zimmerman j File Petitions. j That candidates for the various city offices to be selected at the primary on Sept. 23rd, have been and are get tin? busy is very evident from the way that petitions have been filed within the last several days. Thirty friends . and supporters of City Clerk J. L. Kennedy last evening filed a petition asking that his name be placed on the democrat ballot at the primary for clerk. City Treasurer Joseph Ganser also filed Wednesday, likewise Ed ward Heiner and George P. Zimmer man for councilman from the Third ward. This makes three candidates from the Third ward for councilman, as Andrew Hornung filed his petition about ten days ago. Just what action will be taken and what candidates will develop on the independent tick et will be determined Saturday even ing when the progressives and the re publicans get together. Ml sri A WA IvA PERS ONALS. Mrs. Sophia Fisher, Chicago, visited with Mrs. John Albert and other rel atives Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wachs have returned from a visit in Michigan City, Ind. Rev. A. C. Ormond is ill. Miss Grace Gregory lias gone to Chicago for a several days' visit. Miss Gregory will leave Chicago Saturday fir Seattle, Wash., whero she will make her home with her sister. J. R. Shrope, Heine Harrimaan have resigned their positions with the Ros.3 Lunch Room. Robert Curtis has gono to Beroda, Mich., for a several days' visit. Clarence Neusbaum made a motor cycle trip to Bremen, Thursday, where he will visit relatives. P. G. Lehman attended tho Goshen fair Thursday. Your choice of 100 bushels of peaches at $1.65 and S1.70. Roh leder's Cash Grocery. Advt. Mrs. Herman Baker, Bicksburg, Mich., is visiting with- Mr. and Mrs. Ross Eminger. Joseph Kleiser and William Thai lemer spent the day at Fish lake, near Marcellus, Mich. Your choice of 100 bushels of peaches at $1.65 and $1.70. Roh leder's Cash Grocery. Advt. Mrs. Arthur Wilard, Cassopolis, Mich., is in the city to spend a few days visiting with her mother,, Mrs. Delia Church, W. Fourth st. Arthur Schellinger and Nicholas Eckstein spent Thursday at Davis lake. F. T. Reiser spent Thursday at Pleasant lake; Elbel's band will give a concert Thursday evening. Follow the band to the Textile building and attend the Kangaroo court. Advt. August Yenn, Laporte, in visiting his mother, Mrs. Simon Yenn. N. Spring St., and other relatives. Don Bruce has resigned his position with tho Ross Lunch Room. Harvey Chatman has taken a posi tion with the Ross Lunch Room. Floyd Fore attended the Goshen fair Wednesday. City oflicials failed to catch all the offenders of carnival week. Thefcv are known and will be tried Thursday evening at the Kangaroo court at the Textile building. Advt. Charles Sears returned to Keewana, Ind., after visiting with his sisters, Mrs. William Poalson and Miss Mabel Sears. John Rishel will transact business in Peru Friday. Ben Smith, Jos. Kurtz and John Ma jeski left for Eagle lake Tuesday for several days fishing. Ladies are especially invited to at tend the Kangaroo court at the Tex tile building Thursday night. Advt. Edward Forstbauer and wife mo tored to Goshen Thursday to attend the fair. Jas. Young has gone to Lydick where he has secured the contract for painting several houses. Edward Dils is attending tho Goshen fair today. Isadore Van Huffle of the Misha waka Machine Co., is transacting business in Chicago. PYTHIAN DAY AT THEATER TO BOOST BUILDING FUND Next Thursday, Sept. IS, will be Pythian day at the New Columbia theater. Arrangements have been completed by which the theater is to be in charge of the local lodge of Knights of Pythias and the proceeds will f.o in. part to the building fund which is being collected by the lodge. The regular show will bo put on at the theater and as an adiled feature there will be shown a two-reel picture play entiled "Damon and Pythias". Members of he lodge hae received tickets which will be sold in advance. SAYS OPERATORS AGREED TO LIMIT COAL OUTPUT WASHINGTON. Sept. 11. T. W. Davidson, a West Virginia coal oper ator, declared before the senate in vestigation committee that operators in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Illinois have agreed with the United Mine Workers to limit the production of coal ia West Virginia. If West Vir ginia mines are unionized this could not be accomplished. Mr. Davison declared that West Virginia operators were barred by the Ohio, Pennsyl vania and Illinois from agreements be tween operators and miners respecting wages. FAMOUS STRIKE BREAKER DIES OF TUBERCULOSIS PLATTSBURG. N. Y., Sept. 11. James Farley, the famous "strike breaker", died at his home here today of tuberculosis. He was 4 0 years old and during the latter years of his life when he had to give up his strenuous duties of the strikes, he d-ivoted his timo to horse racing. Farley return ed from the race tracks to die. two weeks ago. ADDITIONAL DEATHS JAMFS Mu SAVAGE. James Miller Savage. 71. for many years a resident of this city, died in Elkhart of heart disease Wednesday afternoon at the home of his daugh ter, Mrs. Charles T. Olds. Mr. Savage lived in South Bend until five years ago -when he went to Elkhart. He was a prominent member of the Auten post. G. A. R. Besides his daughter in Elkhart ho Is survived by one son. Edward C. Savage of South Bend. Ths funeral will bo held Friday afternoon. AGED WOMAN DIES AFTER WEEK'S ILLNESS Mrs. Harriett Terrill, aged 70, died Thursday at 11 o'clock at th ? home of her mother. Mrs. William B.;stle. Ger man township, after a weeVs illness with heart trouble. She was born Feb. 3. 1S33. The funeral arranrt mcnts have not yet been mc.de. sjc CIRCUIT COURT NOTES ; Motion for a new trial in the of Arthur G. Tuller atrainst the town of New Carlisle for collection of ac count was overruled Thursday by Judge Funk. An appeal to the appel late court was granted upon filing of bond for IS 00. Dr. Tuller was given judgment of $262 last term on ac count of smallpox cases he cared for in New Carlisle. In tho partition suit of Noah Hub I bard against Garret Hubbard, et ai., j the sale of land was ordered. Rich- ard Genge and Noah Ivohman were appointed appraisers on filing of $4,000 bond. The condemnation proceedings of the South Shore against H. Fluegel and wife the report of the appraisers was filed Thursday, awarding dam ages of $375. Appraisers were James Sehuler, Max Livingston and Albert Myers. HOUSE SENDS r- BILL TO CONFERENCE WASHINGTON, Sept. 11. By a vote of S 7 to 120 along party lines, the house today determined to send the tariff bill with the amendments di rect to conference. Republican ef forts to have the amendments consid ered separately in the house proper i was oeieated after a partisan debate. SHIP TO STAY IN OHIO. COLUMBUS, O., Sept. 11. The F. S. training ship Dorothea will remain in Ohio waters and will not be trans ferred to Wisconsin as had been re ported. Gov. Coy, who had protested against the ship being taken from the state was notified by Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels today that the Dorothea would be allowed to remain at Cleveland. TWO DEAD AS A RESULT OF JEALOUSY. PORTSMOUTH. O.. Sept. 11. James Dye, engineer, is dead and Mrs Anna Wesson, boarding house keeper, is dying following a double shooting by Dye last night. Dye's act is sup posed to have been inspired bv jeal ousy. FORCE DOORS, GET S10. NEWARK. O.. Sept. 11. Burglars forced the front doors of tho Union Market, Kirby's 5 and 10 cent store, and the Mullen Grocery company on the public square last night. Their loot amounted to ten dollars. REAL FSTAT ETRANSFERS. John A. Swygart and wife to The Prairie Ave. Land Co., a tract of land in Portage township, $8,000. Don't Publish, $21,000. William Happ and wife to Homer Taggart and wife, to Mildred N. Metz ger. lot 63, Happ & Taggart's addition. $2,050. Same to same, lot 124, Muessel's second addition, $2,750. Delmar F. Baer and wife to William P. Rough, lot 2S. Geo. W. Swygart s addition, $1.2.r1.66. Ella J. Ford and George W. Ford to Enos-B. Klinger, lot 2'j6, Fordham, $495. Mrs. Emma Siders to Philip H. Woolman and wife, part lot 5, Fuer bringer's first addition, $1. Melvin P. Runyan and wife to Charles Brockey, lot 101, Gushing and Lindsey's addition, $11, 500. Eva M. Parrtt and Rose E. Bar rett to Hettie E. Hobleck, lot 58, Ham mond & Whitcomb's addition. $4,200. First Trust & Savings Co. to Henri Van Acker and wife, part lot "B", R. E. Perkins addition, Mishawaka, $S00. Hettie E. Hoblick and husband to Eva M. Parrett and Rose E. Parrett, part lots 14 and 15, Dubail's first, $3,000. BAKERTOWN. Some change in the weather the last few days. Mrs. Clarence Caufiman and baby of Portage Prairie called on Hattie Clemens Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Korn of Port age Prairie were in this vicinity Fri day evening. Miss Alice Rector went to Niles Fri day evening to visit relatives, return ing home Sunday evening. James Hillman of the Watson farm moved his family to Buchanan last week. Charles Dodge and wife from north of Buchanan were guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. A, Dodge Sunday. Charles Wells and mother called on Hattie Clemens a short time Tuesday ' evening. . , Mattel Smith and children went to , Michigan City Sunday with S. A. Fer-1 guson. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Gilbert spent Sunday with the Gilbert brothers south of here. Oscar Fredrickson and children of Buchanan were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Holmquist at ''.inner Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. French and Hat tie Clemens and children joined them in the afternoon. Threshing is over with, pickles are ambout gone, next will be house cleaning". Mrs. Greeley Korn of Portage Prairie visited her sister, Hattie Clem ens, Tuesday afternoon. fpioifmni IfeiSw lyylllliyill u ill! Coll IS! u the Vaudeville Season Beginning September 3.3th. Prettier than ever, up-to-date four piece orchestra, E a test feature photo pSays and high class vaudeviiEe, booking in con junction with the Western Vaudeville Association. Program of Saturday's biii will be made in a later issue. TURKS WOULD GRAB BULGARIA'S TERRITORY CONSTANTINOPLE. S pt. 11. Turkish residents of th.'it ction I Macedonia rla:m--d by Rulrnrla hnvr formed a provisional gov. rnnu-nt ;ui : Thursday d !.-t:atr r-pr snti:itr th -. institution arrived h r and askrd tb Turkish g eminent t occupy all i territory zovonl the Maritza rir. This inrii.s j.racti. .illy all th4 te r ritory claim: il by Bulgaria as a r s :1 f th- tint Balkan war ami mu ground claimed by Sorv'.a ami Greece. RETURNNG TOURIST HAS LEG CRUSHED UNDER CAB LIVERPOOL. Sept. 11. A return ing Ameroran tourist. ! ok ,1 on th-i liner Cedric as Mrs. Ptirk-. f, :: -neath a carri:ig Thursday w h:-y crossing Church street t.i tho Whit Star lines landing st...e. an 1 had h r leg crushed. She was acco,par.:.-d her husband. NFAV C.YKLISU:. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Barker return I Tuesday to their home in i hicai:o af ter havmc spent sever.. 1 davs here, guests of Mr. and Mrs. E ..m! Me,r. The Ladies' Aid society ,f the" M. E. church was entrrtained W'e.lnosd iv afternoon at the home of Mis EJi Rapp. Mrs. Ella Liwton will have a public sale of live stock, farming implement etc., at her residence jt:t et of New Carlisle Saturday. Mrs. Lawton ex pects to co to Nebraska soon. Paul Garroute ha.-: been appointed to the place in the high school facultv made vacant by the resignation of Mr. New house. Miss Marie McDonald of Lydick was a week end guest of Miss Nathalie Graffort. Mrs. Ed White, who has been se riously ill. is improving. Mrs. Charles Ashcraft returned M Gary Monday, after a brief viit with her parents. Mr. and Mr.. V. W. Mill. Luther Yaw of Galien was in town Wednesday on business. ROLLING PRAIRIE. The ten-months'-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Preston, died An?. 27, after a ten days' illness of spinal meningitis. ' Walter Rice, who was recently kick ed in the face by a horse, is improv ing nicely. J. B. Morgan of Iaporte was a vis itor in our town Sunday. Walter Reese has been excavating for a new house he will erect this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morrell and family have returned to their home in Emporia. Kan., ''after a month's visit with relatives. The monthly social of the Methodist Ladies' Aid society wil be held Thurs day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Arthur Brewer. BAN ON DIVORCES. CARLISLE. Pa.. Sept. 11. Min isters of this city have scarted a move ment for a plan which provides that clergymen throughout the state shall sign an agreement not to remarry divorced persons. You Can Save Money At ElNworth's. 4 2 Cents off every hat dollar you spend at Ellsworth's Friday and Sat urday. Are you with us? Advt. The Ellsworth Store. NOTIC'K OF Iir.AKIN; AS TO M'KCIAt HKNUriTS. Notice i; l,rre!y given that the followlr.jj street improvement Las le-n completed : YVjiter connections on St. Leads Street from Jefferson IUvd. t South Item! Ave nue under improvement resolution No. os.;, Urlek pavement on Ottawa Court from Vistula Avenue to L. S. ..V M. S. Hy.. un der improvement resolution No. C-'O. (Jrade. eurlt and walk en O'lwien Street from Michigan Avenue to North lln ot Mayr's Mich. Avenue Add. under improve, mont resolution No. All in the sai l eitv of South Dend, Indiana. There i on file in the d!ice of th!i Hoard, and subject to public inspection, an assessment roll, which contains th names of all property owners who ar subject to assessment, a description the pro pert p to be aserel. and th amount of each prima faeje afmn t. This Hoard at its olil.-e in the Cltv Hall, wll on the iv.th.. day of September. Hd-T, at 7:4-" P. M. receive and hear remons trances as to the amount of each ns'- meut, and will tieeide whether the assess... I lots or tr.'i-t.s of land have been or will be specially benefitted by said improve, inent In the amounts; named on srld roll, HOARD or I'UHLIC WdKKS. OTTO HASTI AN. I'KANCIS F LAMHHRT. CIIAS. F. NTDM'.ALSKI. AIITIIT'U IV rniri.IIV, Cl.rk of Hoard. Sept. i-a-10-ll-U-i:;. Ovr Success Depends Upon Our Satisfied Patient. SMITH & SMITH CHIROPRACTORS. 218 W. Wayne. It. Phone 2100. South Bend, Ind. Have your furnace repaired and cleaned, spouting and roof ing. All work guaranteed. Call J. VV. LaDow, the North Side Tinner. Home Phone 612 B. immm ii rJ