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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
A persistent purpose to produce perfect biscuit Suggestions to Aid in the Dis tribution of the Postal Mail Are Sent Out by the Postal Department. Prince Von Buelow in His Book on "Germany Under Reign of William II" Discusses the German Policy. o o h by the THt'IlSDAY, r)L'Ci:MHini 11. 191.1 POSTAL PACKAGES SHOULD BE MARKED Ml! IIS OUR FRIEHDSHIP . ,.T. ., -rt To rrliovo poIMo rntrr -tion at the postnfflco during tho holiday rush and to facilitate th; handling of insur'l and C. O. D. panvl po.-t matter. Post master Crabill. at the suKEt-stion of the department at AVahinton is en couraging prospective senders of thi3 cla53 of matter to obtain in advance the numb r of tas they will need. These t?-K.s can be made out at home cr at the jilacM of lu-ine.s and thus avoid the necessity of 50 doing in the public lobby. Senders of Insured or C. O. D. mat ter should be careful to wrap pa rods hcurely, to nddr-..s th m can-fully and accurately and Indorse, in ap propriate Instances, "Fragile," "Per ishable. " etc., to indicate the charac ter of the mailing. Tags must be fast ened securely to parcels and senders of such matter should understand that it must be brought to the post offico or to the proper station for handling. Parcels found In collection boxes will not be accepted by the postoffico but will, in all instances, be returned to tender, if known. ' Since the insurance, of parcels su persedes registration of same, pa trons desiring to safeguard the hand ling of valuable parcels should ar range to have them insured instead of reglsterei. None, but f irst-cl.is pack ages, or those on which first-class postage has been paid, can be regis tered and then only when sealed and not weighing to exceed four pounds. Parcels intended to he ;ent abroad can bo registered but not insured. To expedite the work involved in preparing insured matter the post offico department has instructed post masters as follows: T Renders who do not secure tags in advance of bringing thom to po.-t-office, it might be practicable to have a window or a place In the lobby where, tags could bo distributed and Fenders given information and instruc tions in regard to insurance of mail and making out of tags. It might be possible to accept the parrels and havo tho main items of the tags made out by employes without detaining the sender except to get the declared value and to give tho proper receipt coupon." Recognizing the value of these instructions and realizing that bv following them out much valuable time will bo conserved, arrangements have been made by the local postofflee to handle Insured parcels and C. O. D. matter along this line. IlIVKIt PAKK. Mr. and Mrs. I?. 1 Hirsch of F. Twelfth .st. entertained at luncheon Tuesday evening complimenting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wenger of Portland. Oregon, who have been visiting friends here tho past week. Mr. and Mrs. "Wenger will leave today for Walker ton. Ind., for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Iev! Fetters of Kdon, Ohio, who have been, visiting at the home of their son, F.eorge Filters .f Pleasant st.. for the p:ut two weeks returned to their home Tuesday. The River Park Independent club w ill be entertained Friday .afternoon by Mry. Chester Wolfe. Mrs. O. K. Rogers of Smith st., has been quite 111 for peveral days. MKs Ruth Forten lias been visiting the Misses Fetters of Pleaaint st. for several day?. Mrs. Ronnie. Ford will be hostess to the Ideal Embroidery club Thursday afternoon. A business meeting of tho board of stewards and trustees of the M. R. church was held Tuesday nisht at the church. , Edgar Limar has returned to In dianapolis, Ind., after several days visit here. Mrs. Earl Reny of Thirteenth st., who has been ill for the past week, is improving. Arrangements have been completed for the annual bnzar and supper to le given by the Indies' Aid society of the M. K. church Friday afternoon and night in tho basement of the church. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Krill of N. Sixth st. arc the parents of a son born Wednesday morning. C.eraldlne, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ketlerman of Kerslake court, is 111. Fred Rrooks of Iiwton. Micvh., Is a guest of Mr. and Mis. R. Wells, S02 F. Eighteenth st. Mrs. Rolan Foltz was a dinner guest of Mrs. Albert Rail y Wednesday. "Mrs. Maison Price, has opened up a millinery store at her home, 1 1 2 r. S. Fifth st. A ton was born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ward. J W. Chamberlain of Pleasant st.. who injured his hand while working in a local factory. U improving and will soon be able to resume his work. Fred Copenhaver of Edward?burg, Mich., visited here yesterday. P to (? EU! zs u u zs u u 3 s 0 Un MITUPE National Biscuit Company is inspired by a persistent pur pose to produce per fect biscuit and to de liver them in perfect condition. The accomplishment of this purpose has resulted in the build ing of modern baker ies, in the invention of new machinery, in the exercise of un ceasing care, in the selection of finest in gredients. The perfect products of the National Biscuit Company are delivered toy ou in perfect condition some in packages with the famous In-er-seal Trade Mark, some in attractive small tins and some from the familiar glass-front cans. Buy biscuit baked by NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Always look for that name MOVING PICTURES TO BE SHOWN AT THE Y. M.C. A. Xew Machine) Has Recn Installed in Roys' llullding and AVill 1k5 Used Every Saturday Night. A novel program has been arrang ed for the junior members of the Y. M. C. A. to be held Saturday night. Tho boys will be treated to a taffy pull and motion pictures in the new boys department of the association. A new motion picture machine has been installed by tho officials, and it is said to be one of the finest that it was possible to procure. It is one of the absolutely fireproof type. The shows will be conducted every Satur day night in the large auditorium of the boys' building. Two evenings have been set aside for the public inspection of the new department. Friday and Saturday evenings, Dec. 19 and 20, are tho days designated, and the building will be thrown open to all who are interested in tho work among the boys. MAXDOT IS WIXXEIL WINDSOR. Ont... Dec. 11. Joe Mandot of Xew Orleans and Pat Rrouillard. the Windsor light weight, stood toe to toe and battled eight vicious rounds lu re Wednesday night. A shade in Mandot's favor was the popular verdict. rou rouu YEARS. . WASHINGTON'. Dec. 11. The house Wednesday passed the bill to fix at four years the term of officers of the major general commandant of the marine corps. At present the commandant is appointed for. life or until retirement. BERLIN, Dec. 11. Prince von Ruelow's references to the relations of the United States and Germany in one of the chapters of the books to be is sued this week on "Germany under the reign of William II.". in which ho deals with "German policy", show how much the former imperial chan cellor valued the friendship of the American government and people. He says in part: "During the Spanish-American war a portion of German public opinion displayed strong sympathy for Spain ami this was not agreeable to the United States. The manner in which incidents that occurred between the German and American Meets at Ma nila were made the most of in a por tion of the Knglish and American pres., also cast a cloud over the re lations of Germany and the United States. This feeling reached its climax in Feb., Ib9&, so that it seemed well to emphasize the relationship by blood and race of the two nations in order to bring about a better feeling. What I said at that period in the Reichag' in that connection, seems to have since been proved, which was: "From the point of view of sensible policy there is no reason why tier many and the United States should not be on the best of terms. I do not see any point where German and American interests clash, in the fu ture do I see any point where the lim its of our development should cross each other in an Inimical way. We can say it calmly in no other land in the last century has America found better understanding or more just recognition than in Germany. "This understanding and recogni tion was given to America by Em peror William II. more than by any other person. He is to be thanked before anybody for opening the way to a good and secure relationship with the United States. Ho gradually won over the Americans through his friendly sequential and understanding way of dealing. Personal good rela tions joined him and Pres. Roosevelt. The sending of Prince Henry to America met with the hoped for re sult to the fullest extent and helped in an important manner to recall to both peoples how many mutual inter ests bound them together and how few differences existed between them. "In the United States live about 12,-0-00,000 Germans. Among these there is a growing effort since the founda tion of the German American Nation al union 1901 while remaining loyal to their fatherland to keep their re lations with their old home and to strengthen them. So long as politics here and in the United States are in calm hands, and overdue expressions of friendship as well as nervous feel ings in connection with occasional frictions are avoided and these things happen now and then in eco nomical matters we need not have any fears as to our relations with the United States. Respect for one another on this basis and within the limit of self respect will be the most advantageous friendship between Ger many and the United States." NEW OFFICERS ELECTED Ileecli Court Trilc Ren Hur to Install Jan. 12. Officers were elected Tuesday even ing at tho meeting of Reeth Tree court, No. 211, Tribe of Ren Hur. J. M. McCorkle was named chief; Mrs. William Gammon, past chief; Mrs. Charles Kmbiek, judge; Mrs. Orpha Elliott, scribe; Mrs. Hattie Manor, keeper of tribute; Mrs. Elizabeth Kanner, teacher; George Storm, guide: Martin Reach, captain; Will iam Rowers, inner doorkeeper; Mrs. William Rowers, outer doorkeeper. There will be a semi-public Instal lation of officers on Tuesday evening, Jan. 12. AWARD BID FOR SCHOOL Rids for the construction of a new public school house in Clay township were opened Wednesday morning at the American Trust company offices. The bid of Miller and Co. of Indian apolis of $10,42 6. w;us accepted by Trustee Joseph Wolf. The other bids submitted were as follows: A. J. Rrunt. Anderson, $10,rll; J. F. Wild and Co., Indianapolis, JlO.r.OO; E. M. Campbell. Indianapolis, $10,."67.50; American Trust Co., South Rend, $10. T.RO; J. C. Smith and Co., Indianapolis. $10,227. CHARGES CRUELTY. Lulu Keasey has filed suit in the su perior court for divorce from Xolan j Keasey alleging cruelty. They were married June 1G, 110S, and separated August. 1912. ITRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS sTtiW When our wagon de livers Furniture to your home your neighbors will know that it is paid for. 4 Smith 5 . .Wherrett Furniture, Rugs, Stoves. THE NEW STORE. 326-32S S. Michigan St. ! For a Quick Job tve can put enough skilled men ' to work to finish it Is any given time. The workmanship and materials are always tho name the best tc b had anywhere. No matter whether your Job b iar? or smP-11, or ha! kind of & plumbing Job It may be, w can handle it to your perfect sat isfaction. Get our estimates. 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