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TTimSTlAY, OCTOBHR 2. 1913 THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. MISHA WA KA BellPhonelO. 123 S. Main Street. Home Phone 113. Telephone Your Items to The News FOOTBALL GAMES IE REST 10 FAHS Ullmann Regulars Have Match Scheduled for Sunday With Michigan City Irish Regu lars to Meet Strong Team. Two football Kamf? of local inter est are scheduled for Sunday after noon. The Ullman Rfgulars will meet .the strong" Michigan City team on the local grounds. Th prison city ag gregatlon I heralded as being con siderably heavier than the local ag gregation and Mishawaka will have to "go some" according to the reports, to win the guru;. Capt. Straub is putting hla man through a lot of stiff practice this week in anticipation of the game and Is determined to havA the best lineup that can bo gathered together in the contest against Michigan City. Ullmann tlegularsi will be repre sented by a tam picked from the lollowing: Raab, Wllke. center: SclWflcr, left guard: DeCock. left tackle; Struub, Weaver, left end; Fortier, right guard; Forsythe. right tackle; B. Schelbelhut. right end; J. Schiebelhut. right end; Culp. Barney, quarter back; O. and X. Ilickel, right half back; DeKose, left half back; Reidccker. full back. The game will be played on the north side gridiron. The manage ment is trying to make arrangements to have Herb Churchill mpVic a bal loon ascntlon. Iridi Regulars to Play. The Irish Regulars will meet the South Side's West Ends on another gridiron adjoining the one on which the UTlmann Regular-Michigan City game will be played. The Regulars have a strong team, in fact they are regarded as the best 140 j'ound team In the city. The west end team is also strong and an in teresting contest Is looked for. SATURDAY NAMED AS HOSPITAL TAG DAY Saturday has been st for the An nual Tag day on which day tait3 will be sold for the benefit of St. Joseph's hospital. A meeting, of the Hospital Ladies' Aid society will be held tonight at their hcadqquarters in the St. Joseph school building. At this meeting plans for the tag da)- will be discussed and preliminary arrangements will be made for the placing of girls at var ious stations about the town. It is es timated that about 100 girls will sell tairs. Last year the annual tag day was held on Scpt. 21. when an In previous years Tag day was well received by the local residents and was a finan cial success to the hospital. It is an ticipated that the money which will be collected for tags this year will greatly exceed the amount collected on the three preceding tag days, as the people realize this is for a good purpose. Several liberal donations will evidently be made. M yiuui:i AT ST. BAVO'S. Adyle Slock and Miss Mary De Meeter, two well known young peo ple of this city, were united In mar riage Wednesday morning at & o'clock at St. Bavo's Catholic church, the Rev. A. Shoekaert performing the ceremony. The couple will reside in this city. MISS BOLES TO READ AT Y. W. C. A. ROOMS Miss Marie Roles will give a , pro gram of readings at the Y. W. O. A., rest rooms at the Mishawaka Woolen Manufacturing Co, Thursday after noon. Miss Roles has read several times at the rest room and it is ex pected that there will b a large audi ence for her tomorrow. All women are invited. A number of educational classes have been planned for the coming weeks for all girls and women em ploj't d at the Woolen company. These classes vili meet on Tuesday evenings at 7:30 o'clock and will con tinue for the next eight weeks. The program will be as follows: Millinery Mrs. V. Graf miller. New hats made; old hats retrimmed. Sluing Mrs. C. J. Thomas. Shirt waists and simple dresses. Crocheting and embroidery Mrs. T2. A. Reemer. Kngllsh classes Miss Ethel Henderson. UXCARRTTR FOR IJ7TT1 AIS. letters remaining in the postotTice at Mlshawaka, I nil., and advertised October 1, 19 2 3. W. E. Rutterworth. P. M. loller, Eugene ITels, Miss Metzger, James E. Nolan, A. Earnest Schefller. A. C. T. T. Toms. Charles Warren. V. Weaver, George Wistle. Rblst Martha Reach. Shroth. Mrs. S. MICHIGAN CITY TEAM STNDAY. Manager Leon Tollens had secured the Michigan City All tars for the attraction on the North Side gridiron Sunday, Goshen having cancelled ow ing to a baseball game In that city. The All Stars are not strangers here having played here two seasons ago. They average 175 pounds and the team is one of tho fastest In the northern part of the state. Capt. Happy Raumeister, the well known half-back, is running the squad again this season. Word has been received that the Wilson A. C. of Chicago, who play here Oct. 12, will run an excursion here that day. CLEARING AWAY PHRRIS. Street Commissioner Otto Munich had four teams and wagons out Wed nesday morning clearing away the re sults of Tuesday afternoon's severe storm. , TO HOLD SERVICES. Devotional services will be held every Saturday evening during the month of October at St. Joseph's church. Tho services will begin at 7:30 o'clock. MISHAWAKA PERGONALS. John D. Roth of New York city transacted business with R. S. Wlney Wednesday. Charles Downing has severed his connections with the Ross lunch room. 'Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Howard have returned. from an extended visit with relatives in Fort Wayne. Mrs. Alice Masters and children on Wednesday moved from 111 E. Tenth st. to their new home, corner of Main and Sixth sts. Miss Lillian C. Wendell. Columbia City, Ind., spent Tuesday visiting with her sister, Mrs. Virginia Hugheson, S. Union st. John Montel has returned to his home In Atwood, Ind., after conclud ing a visit with his daughter, Mrs. Jacob Shank, E. Eighth st. LETTERS OF THE PEOPLE i ;Jc c i'fi j :jc :: jjj :: jjc G TESTS AT DINNER. Mr. and Mrs. August Ludwig, Cleveland Center; Mrs. Joseph Wil dermuth, . E. Ludwlsr, South Rend, and Mrs. I F. Oakes. Fort Wayne. Ind., were the guests at dinner Wed nesday at the horn of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Ludwig. residing north of the city. Covers were laid for 10. Mr. and Mrs. Oakes are formrr resi dents of this city halng resided here "S years ago, and Mr. 'Mkes was for merly the pastor of the First Evan gelical church here at .that time. Mr. akes also performed the marriage ceremony f Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Lud wig. which occurred 33 years ago. PAY RAY AT CITY HALL. Wetln sday was pay day at the city hall, the employes of all departments reviving their usual uvo weeks' sal it rv. VISITS AT MICHIGAN CITY. L-on Tollens. manager of the Ull man Regulars Football club, spent Tuesday at Michigan City, where he secured a ga:i" for next Sunday. Editor News-Times. Mlshawaka, Ind. T am asked by members of the common council to make a statement regarding the salary ordinance passed Monday night. And especially to the statement that the council created a I new ofTlce, In that of city controller, j The council is required by law to fix ! salaries in the month of September ! before the new administration goes ? into power. ine ordinance did not create the office of controller, nor re quest the appointment of such an ofic?r. Rather, it seems llkel' to j have anticipated there will be euch , an officer appointed by the next mayor of the city. If so, that officer may re ceive a salary in .any amount not ex ceeding $1,S00 not a fixed salary of $1,200 as stated. No new office has been created by the council. If such an officer be named and such an office created, that is the privilege of the incoming council and mayor-elect, and their responsibility. Very trulv vours. ISAAC KANE PARKS. September 30, 1913. Classified Advertisements. Where to Ruy Tlio News-Times. Chlcaqo Newspaper Agency. C. L. Ostrander. West Second street. R.ed Cro Pharmacy, W. Second st. Mlshawaka Hotel, S. Main st. Wililam A. Rordy. N. Main st. Irvine Pharmacy. 603 N. Main st. FOR .SALE Two new 7-room houses on 14th st.. near Xprinc. Mlshawa ka. Cistern and well. Good cellars. Pio'Nl for ga. wired for electric lHrht.. Cash o- pavments. Geo D Beroth, 13-Its x. Main st.. South Rend. Telephone G328. JURORS ARE SICK, SO COURT TAKES VACATION Raker Stilt Against Walter Schultz Halted in Superior Court When Men Complain. run ;:knt- FuriiINv.! 'it rcom ; all ron- TPtiJ;:;.e eXcrpi cl,tae rloset: f.nr t 1 out; Jl-V) a nwk to permanent partj; SoO .N. Lxitnjelte st. FOR SALE Two new 7-room houses on Hth street. near Spring". Mlshawaka. Cistern and well. Good cellars. Piped for kzs. wired for Cash or payments. 13 6-12S :;orth Mala Telephone 632S. electric lights. Geo. D. Beroth. st.. South Rend. FOR RENT Two house. six rooms each, at 10T and 113 S. West st. Enquire at :,(j3 W. Second st. WANTED To do all kinds of repair work in line of niitfon work. Mak ing cisterns and sidewalks and all kinds of cement work. Fred Ver- rauwen. Home phone r.47. 530 Fourth st. The trial of the suit of Abraham Raker against Walter i?chultz in the superior court was abruptly halted Wednesday afternoon when nearly every member of the jury complained of being ill. Judge Woodward sus pended court until Thursday. The Jurymen were at a loss to know what wus the actual cause of their illness, although they were practic ally certain it was "something thev had eaten." Bailiff James A. Jester, who has the custody of the Jurors during the trial of a case, was also a ; victim. -uosi or xne jurors are on me reg ular panel for the September term of court and had sat In the case of the state against Fred Williams. The case was finished and put Into their hands shortly before noon Tuesday and be fore retiring to deliberate the Jury man In charge of the bailiff went to a downtown restaurant for lunch. On Wednesday all of the members of the panel were back In court but complained of feeling badly. They stuck until the afternoon and then told the court of their predicament. Judse Woodward excused the Jury men and adjoumeel court. JUSTICE BEALL WEDS SOUTH BEND COUPLE Hattie Abbot and Frank Mcintosh of South Rend were married Wednes day evening at S o'clock by Justice of the Peace R. H. Reall at his home, 229 E. Fourth st The couple were attended by the small daughter of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Mcintosh will reside in South Rend where the groom is em ployed. The couple is well known here. VISITING AT CAPITAL. R. W. Smith Is at Indianapolis where he is transacting business in the Interests of the Four-in-One Lad der Co. TO ADDRESS WOJffiX'S CLUB. Carl H. Milan of the state library will address the Women's club on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock p. m. The members of the Civics league are cordially Invited to be present. L O. O. F. MEETING. The second and third degree was conferred on two candidates at the regular meeting of Monitor lodge No. 2S6. I. O. O. F., held Tuesday evening. UNDERGOES OPERATION. Mrs. Ress McNear, 701 N. Main st., was removed to the St. Joseph hos pital Tuesday evening, where she un derwent an operation Wednesday morning. WILL HAVE DISTRICT' MTCETING. Haymaker members of the Red Men lodge hld a meeting Tuesday even ing in the Red Men wigwam and de cided to hold a district meeting Oct. 18. A large class of candidates will bo initiated at the meeting. Officers of the state lodge will be present. NOTES OF TILE HOSPITAL. Clarence Godfrey of N. Main $t., has been removed to St. Joseph hos pital where he !.s receiving treatment for typhoid fever. Miss Marcellus Ruckel of N. Main st. is very seriously ill at' St. Joseph hospital with typhoid fever. TO MEET WITH PASTOR'S WIFE. The Ladies' Aid society of St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran church will bo entertained Thursday after noon at the home of Mrs. Otto Turk, wife of the pastor, on E. Fourth st. EVANGELIST TO SPEAK, Rev. H. C. Toy, D. D.. of Winona. Ind., a prominent Raptist Evangelist, will speak at the rally day services of the Raptist church of this city in the Sunday school, Sunday morning. DOES HANGING PEEYENT CRIME J. B. Stoll Makes Statement Based On Statistics Shown at Mich igan City Penitentiary. FURNISHED With board 123 4th fit. ROOM FOR If preferred. RENT Inquire DOG SAVES MISTRESS. ST. LOULS, Oct. 2. Love for a pet fox terrier that she kept despite many reverses kept Miss Rertha McAIiisier from leaping into the river here, sh says, when the death of her husband left her destitute. With two prisoners at Michigan City under sentence to the death chair and no funds specially appro priated to purchase equipment for electrocution, J. B. Stoll of South Bend, member of the prison board of control, issued a statement Wednes day indicating that money would be provided out of funds in the control of Gov. Ralston. Mr. Stoll also brought up tho point whether the death sentence, when carried out, was or was not a de terrent to crime, basing his premises on prison figures. His statement fol lows: Years ago murderers were hanged In the Jail yards of the counties where in the crime was committed and where they were tried and convicted. fcromething like twelve or fifteen years ago the law with reference to capital punishment was, changed so as to have all the legal hanging done in the etate penitentiary at" Michigan City. Under the provision of this enactment the following culprits were hanged by tho warden of that institu tion: Nov. 15, 1901 J. D. Keith. Jan. 17, 1902 John Rinkard. June 6. 1902 W. B. Wheeler. Sept. 26, 1902 Louis Russell. April 16, 1903 Matthew Alexander. Juno 12, 1903 Orie Copenhaver. June 12. 190 3 William Jackson. Nov. 13. 1903 Edward Hoover. July 1, 1904 Benjamin Springs. July 8. 1904 Jerry Duggins. June 30, 1905 Berkley Smith. Feb. 8, 1907 George Williams. The total number of prisoners re ceived from 1902 to 190S was 1603. Of these 99 were convicted of assault and buttery with intent to kill. 56 for manslaughter, and 9S for murder. During this period of six years an even dozen murderers were hanged, as before stated. For tho six followinEr years, begin ning with 190 S. the total number of culprits received In the state prison reached 1662. Of thee S7 were in carcerated for assault and battery with intent to kill. 69 for man slaughter, and 1S2 for murder. There was no hanging done during these six years, although several were sent up for that purpose. Gov. Marshall found a way of commuting the sen tences of tho convict to imprisonment for life. To recapitulate: During tho six vears In which twelve criminals wero hanged at Michigan City 9S murderers were received in the state prison. During the following six years no hanging was done and 132 murderers were received In' that Institution. Whether or not the non-hanging policv had anv effect on those crimin ally inclined is a matter for theorists x and hobby-riders to speculate upon. make their deductions, form tneir conclusions, etc. The legislature of 191H abolished hanging and substituted therefor elec trocution. While providing for this change the law-makers neglected to make an appropriation for installing an electrical chair. Several criminals are now in the, state prison under sen tence to be electrocuted early next Januarv. The trustees have no funds wherewith to install an electrical chair. If such an apparatus is to be provided to do the work above indi cated. Gov. Ralston will have to take the amount necessary out of the con tingent fund. This he will probably do this week. The expense involved in chair and building is estimated at between 5 11 000 and $ 300 . Viewed from any standpoint, criminality comes hljn. J. B. 3. THE GREAT AMERICAN HOME. SCNLV iXZZ SLEEP 9N WE v rfei ,JS,K CRNT SLEEP WITH ? Y TROUBLED THIS WRY ' 5kjifi' O during the qTjr-.rv-r amounted to J 1 i u n A -' SI.srj.Vt. in ! ,f R or.b r .V ah Ixh total -f 1.1 2.'... in fees aliened during the .x-'T. l ae largest itr:n m the report is th- num ber of deeds. For 7 7 S de.ds p'.ar.-d on rd the fes :.:nur.'. n Tho mm shows ree There u ere 4 " r r, brir.uir.sr MTiS.le. and mortgages, bringing $27.".4," Sheriff S'a i r.sms r-po: $223.11 in foes collected court work and 514.16 in court fees. The monthlv report of Tuberculous Ieac:u- shows receipts : JSv There are mertgac'S. 2 i 7 chattel t show :i circuit superior the Anti Wedl.esd iy it tho month total four non-paying pa tients In the in part and camp now three who cr.t' pay week Fresh U delicious eandies on The Philadelphia. '.vho pays ale this A. IV. J ' I JohnnyFOh Johnny; IT'S NEARLY HALP PST SEVEN fl.N IVE ffEEr CUUN YCV RLL MORNING- TGT I pennv mo .runnL " HIM WITH . XI this cold water: il MAY GET CONSOLATION IN THE KNOWLEDGE THAT IT WILL BE THIS AY WHEN JOHrVNY IS R FEW YEBRS OLDER mmMm 4 OUR FELLER CITIZENS By HI SIBLEY Arabella could not be called grasp ing, exactly, but she has an awful clutch. I. H. Unruh enjoys a game of pool and a good cigar after dinner. Sam Robinson has a four-passenger Chalmers for city work and a big gray Glide for cross country tours. Wade Hardy drove all the way from Ypsilanti to South Rend with only one brake In working order last summer. And those roads are none too good for a car with all brakes in operation. Earl Prance raked the leaves in his yard yesterday, and says he thinks they are coming down fa.st enough to furnish congenial employment for the rest of the week. Ed Chapln prefers a pipe to a stogie but a pipe soon gets so strong that it begins to back Are and then he has to send It away. "Yes," he says, "I break in a new one every once in a while and somotlmes twice In a while." Stewart Elbel spent a good deal of his vacation at Fish lake where the Elbels own a cottage. Stewart con fesses that he didn't fish for bass once, which is a crime against civilization for the bass at Fish lake are said to be so voracious that one has to stand behind a tree while baiting his hook. (Old stuff.) Dr. Callahan is driving a long, rakish white Amplex which is said to be the original No. 13 which was en tered in the Indianapolis Speedway races in 1911 and which killed two men. However, Ir. Callahan has it very well disciplined nnd is careful to keep within tho speed limits. Norman Adler says he was greatly humiliated when - facetious traveling salesman sprinkled a plethora of Mary Garden perfume on his coat the other day. He fears the only way to get rid of it will bo by using a pair of shears. Dr. Messick is highly enthusiastic over the prospects of the Pan-Hellenic reception and dance to be held during the Christmas holidays?. The success of this dance is assured when such energetic worker as Dr. Messick and others are back of it. Carl Hibberd, who has the same re gard for publicity that Nature has for a vacuum, tendered us a long, lean cigar recently presumably to secure immunity from appearance in this oolumn. After about four puffs on raid cigar, however, we have conclud ed ho U not entitled to immunity on the contrary we think he is liable for attempting to secure protection under false pretences. We will attend to Carl in due time. Harve Rostiser, democratic candi date for city clerk, says he believes his election will be unanimous if he can only land Alexis Coqulllard's vote. While Mr. Coquillard Is not giving out. any hints a to how he will cast his ballot, to all appearances he fosters a kindly regard for Mr. Rostiser, for we observed him present the latter with a home grown Northern Spy yesterday. Harvey Reed got his cur backed up to the curb opposite the coronation platform the other evening and was comfortably settled back In his seat and serenely pulling away at an aro matic Salzburg when alonp came one of the Queen's Own Highlanders by name of Cutting and requested him to turn out his headlights. This ne cessitated digging into his pocket for a key, climbing out of the car and going to nn endless lot of trouble, but nevertheless Harve complied rather than have a clash with the Royal Guards on Coronation night. Edward Meyers, of the Ga.M com pany, say3 he has finally got his wind back after a strenuous canoe tilting contest at Higman Park last summer which left him battered and breath less. These battles were so exciting that after every tilt a new gladiator had to be substituted, and the next morning they all found themselves almost too stiff and sore to arise from bed. Wm. Draper says he hankers for a canoe trip down the river soon. Which reminds us of the cruise of the flo tilla which went down the river two days before the C. A. picnic last June. There were three canoes manned by Draper, Siiv Lontz, Carl Hibberd, Tommy Thomas, Gene Warner, Charlie Rertellng and others. They started out on a cloudy Saturday afternoon and bucked stiff head winds all the way to Niles. Owing to indisposition on the part of our own crew, we had to put in at Rertrand breakwater. The following Sunday the cruise was re sumed, and each crew depended on the others to bring along food, with the result that no one had much of anything to eat on the long hard paddle to Rerrien Springs. All hands arrived in a fairly good state of pres ervation, but nearly famished and quite satisfied with canoeing for a long time to come. Charlie Mennel, more familiarly known as "Doc. Watson", and pre server of the peace at the Commercial Athletic club, is as full of ready rep artee as a South American parrot. Wm. Solarek rolled four straight strikes lost evening. Mr. Solarek Is reported as being in a very cheerful frame of mind today. David Pollock, with his daughters, has returned from a vacation trip to Albuquerque, a place spelled in. seven different ways and mado famous by Fred Harvey and the Santa Fe. W. W. Schneider is keeping up to his customary form with a s?ore of 254 made on the C. A. alleys last night. SH TO BECOME G fDREMi Record Number of Applications For Second Citizenship Pa pers Filed During Late Quarter. m :i 1 t i n ana Laraoec s ucai Flour go hand in band. Larabee's Best Flour 15 always the fame because Larabec s Ger man method of milling guarantees a fine, cvcn superior flour abso lutely uniform. For i i i better oreads r r V- , f k f i, 'i-v.- I and cakes, use Lar a bee's Best Flour when you take f ,i A record number of applications for second citizenship papers for the quarter from July 1 to Oct 1, was re vealed Wednesday in the report of County Clerk Frank P. Christoph. The report was filed with the county auditor. There were 244 applications during the quarter. This is considerably more than one-third of the total num ber of applications made at the local olhce in the last seven years. Since 1906 the whole number of applicants is 606. The large number of applications during the quarter just closed is at tributed largely to the fact that first papers Issued prior to Sept. 29, 190G. were declared "void for all pur poses" after Sept. 29, 191 H. in a fed eral statute passed in 1K06. Quit With First Paivers. Hundreds of aliens in Indiana who had taken out their first papers ne glected to follow them up with peti tions for naturalization, inasmuch as the Indiana law allows persons to vote if they have declared their in tention. When they learned their pa pers were about to be outlawed many of them made a rush to get In under the wire. Those who were too late must either take the chance that the su preme court will declare the act in valid or go through the entire pro cess of naturalization again. This means they will have to wait for two years before being made citizens. There were 133 who declared their in tention, taking out their first papers during the quarter. The total of clerk's fees collected V4 L. 4 f -r " - ;;?-v-.M Vt" w . J BELMONT REFUSES $200,000 FOR HORSE Four Year Old Tracery Who Killed Emily Davidson Highly Valued in IZd gland. NEW YORK. Oct. 2. Horse rac ing "fans" are discussing August Del mont's refusal of $200,000 for Tracery, the four-year-old. who has been rac ing with great success in England for two years. A. Allison. veil known foreign breeder, cabled the offer under condi tion that Tracery, is not beaten again this vear. and when Mr. R.-lmont de clined sent another cable re 7 eating the offer without any strings at tached. Tracery was leading in th home 5tretrh for the Ascot gold cup. valued at $20,000. when he fell ovr a mili tant suffraet. who rushed oa the truck and was killed. .. .. THE RANGE ETEMNAL Everlastingly Good ifJZ'X fivS. ViA i j r. .. -. . . . - j First prize for bread won by Mrs. Elmer Deffenbaugh with loaves baked on THE RANGE ETERNAL Made in South Bend by flgman-Mathews Range Go. Two Generations of Malleable Range Builders. Displayed in Robertson's window all this week. For Sale at all South Bend Hardware store: Sold and guaranteed the World's Hest Flour by W. T. WYANT & CO. Distributors Wholesale Only South Bend, Ind. The following South Bend grocers handle and sell Larabee's Best Flour: Aeby, E.. CC2 Portage Ay. Austin. A. J.. K.02 I-eer St. Raim, M., 24 Chapin St. Baird, C. II.. ft 0 4 Portage A v. Becker. G. V., 1321 S. Michigan St. Rergstedt, G.. 14 0 2 Kemble Av. Baumgartner Grocen,'. 211 ') V. W:i.sh. Bokor, Alexander, 723 W. Indiana Av. Bowman & Son, 1414 L,eer St. Bright, W. W., 0 4 3 Iyiporte Av. Urechensor. Chas.. 434 K. Iisallc Av. Rrudsky. M., 4'J2 12. Dubail A v. jBrodbeck Bros., Sl S. Michigan St. Brotherhood Grocery. 2.1C N. Main S. Buntman. R., 1004 W. Riston .St. Buntman. S.. 714 S. ijhapin Ft. Rueche. R. V.. 41 II(nard St. Crepeau. Z.. :b!7 X. Hill S.t. I-kert, P. K.. K MN-hiari St. Elbel & Elbfl. 4 .' E. i:.- Av. Feldman. Iiev. R., 720 W. 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