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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
Eberhardt MI SNA WA KA Telephone Your Item3 to The News TiinisnAv. nrcramnit u. 1913 Bros. MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN LEATHER CHRISTMAS GIVING SUGGESTIONS. OUR FIMI HOLIDAY SUGGESTION Bell Phone 10. 123 S. Main Sireet. Home Phone 118. Gifts For Women. Complete Line Ladies' Handbags in Leather. Traveling Sets . Pocket Purses. Traveling Bags. Suit Cases. Art Skins. Table Throws. Leather Pillows. Music Rolls. Music Portfolio. Playing Cards and Cases.1 Library and Desk Sets. Sewing Sets. Manicuring Sets. Handkerchief Cases. Sweet Grass Sewing Baskets. Embroidery Sets. Photo Sets. Jewel Boxes. Combination Tie and Handkerchief Cases. Address Books. Leather Pin Cases. Medicine Cases. Leather Trays. Correspondence Cases. Drinking Cup. Clothes Hangers. Pullman Slippers. Art Wall Decorations. Leather Center Table Pieces, Shirt Waist Boxes, Cedar Lined, $5.00 and $6.00 Clothes Hampers, cc no GIFTS FOR MEN. Traveling Bags. Suit Cases. Hat Boxes. Bill Books. Pocket Books. Card Cases. Address Books. Manicuring Sets. Stick Pin Cases. Cigar Cases. Drinking Cups. Neck Tie Holders. Traveling Sets. Collar Bags. Brush Sets. Watch Fobs. Clothes Hangers. Playing Cards and Cases. Portfolios. Lawyers' Brief Cases. Pullman Slippers. Pipe Hangers. lev-Hot Bottles. Razor Strops. Correspondence Cases. GIFTS FOR CHILDREN. Footballs. Boxing Gloves. Striking Bags. Basket Balls. Soccer Balls. Indoor Balls. Knives. Bicycle Sundries. Electrical Novelties at the Right Prices. Flashlights. Telegraph Outtits. Electrical Trains. Electrical Motors. Medicine Coils. Dry Batteries. Electrical Experimenters' Supplies. The above list we have classitied to assist you in se lecting vour qfifts tor this Christmas. Come in and look over our display of stock. Select vour articles and have them laid away on a small deposit. Eberhardt Bros. 214-216 North Main Street. MISHAWAKA. Manufacturers and Dealers in Leather. OPEN EVENINGS. "BALL-BAND" BAND HAS ELECTION OF OFFICERS Organize New Eight Piece Saxaphone Band Appoint Members of Band for Year. M niitfis of th Mishit aka Woolen ''. band, on Wednesday evening1 held ;i short r-harsal followed ly a busi ness svshion. During the business m sion, constitution and bylaws were jin-st-nted and ruled upon. Wednes day evening's business meeting ?hov ea that the Umd is now on a well J minded business h?tis and the out look for the corning year is favorable. Kvery Wednesday evening the band meets to practice a rehearsal and are working in a tine shape. They hae Just received a lot of standard music and Mishawakans will have a chance to hear them in a concert about the middle o! anuary. A saxaphone band of eiKlU pieces, and a quartet for invide work, has been organized. The leader of the Umd state that they are now open for engagements of all kinds, band or orchestra. The band elected the following otfi cers for the year: President, James Nettleton: vice president, Alphonse Heyde; secretary, 11. B. Fonda; tre;is urer, Michael Huennerkopf ; leader. F. 1). Thayer: assistant leader, Herbert Ullery: trustees. I... T. McCollum, Ern est Ullery and Charles Futterkneckt. The band members and instrument ations for the coming s-;uson is a.s fol lows: Director, V. I. Thayer; piccolo, lloract- Manley: oboe. Herbert Cilery! b-clarinet. Oscar llrybnker; solo clar inet, Fdward Nivens; first clarinet. Fred lawyer; second clarinet, Michael Dutoi; second clarinet. llaymond Hass; third clarinet, Archilli Oanlini; third clarinet. Don Hunter; soprano saxaphone. Ilen Fetters; alto saxa phom Lo Williams; alto saxaphom. Kay Hunter; tenor saxaphone, Julius Haemelinck; baritone saxaphone, James Anderson; solo cornet, Claude Kraner: solo cornet, George Iawyer; first cornet. Charles Futterkneckt; second cornet, II. II. Fonda: solo alto, James Xettleton: tirst alto, John Clements; second alto, II. Moore; tirst tenor, M. Huennerkopf; tirst trom bone, II. H. Buchanan; tirst trombone, William Myers; second trombone, Ed ward .'tutzman; second trombone, C. I.,. Leonard; third trombone, Adolph Hoetlinger; baritone, Alphonso Heyde; tuba, C. L. Ho wen; li. ?. bass. Ernest Cilery: snare drum. A. B. U-oerinjr; bass drum, William Hass. THREE STRAIGHTS ARE TAKEN BY BEATTYS Wolf of the Ellsjisser'.s rolled best score on the Ellsasser alleys Wednes day evening, bowling 207 for high. Beebo toppled the pins for tho aver age of the evening, 1S9 1-3. In the Mishawaka league the All Dodges were bested for three straight games by the Beatty squad. Lott of the All Hodges rolled a high score of 201. In the Cltv league the Nationals defeated the Eflsassers on the totals by the small margin of less than 50 pins. Tho South Bend Watch Factory league made no splurge Wednesday evening, hut rolled steady throwing. The Dials in this league bested the Adjusters. The scores: City ljenju NATIONALS Ueplogle 1S1 174 102 517 Bock 1S1 1 10 197 524 Tvohn 14 135 173 456 simian 12 201 12S 511 I harrows 1ST 1S9 162 538 Handicap 90 90 90 270 Totals Walton Van Kirk Knodle Wolf Keebe Handicap .... Total .909 .172 .1ST . 1 5 r .207 .190 91L 2 S 1 0 140 12 47T i:; it." ri8 1!'J !;.) ior. r. 41 KS; 202 56S : o ) 10 1 9oS 11754 CilKllO. 177 ir7 :.04 167 lo9 443 1 f. 7 17.. 4 S 3 l.v. i?,2 r.si 120 2U1 4 GO 14H 14 J) 4 47 91 G 9."1 2727 145 170 439 170 147 451 ir.o in; r.65 167 12.". 447 1 r. 1 1 s : 47 6 1I4 194 582 060 !7 2790 AM- IX)I)GKS m Perkins 170 McCollum 137 Spaeth l-:l Huff 113 I,ott 14S Handicap Ill Totals . . BEATTY' Bill Ijorden . . . SCO 141 144 153 140 194 ! Hess j sVhelhelhtit ! Buple Handicap . Totals k. v. Mi:irn(;. A regular meeting of the KniKhts of Pythias will be held Thursday evening. i r n CENTURY THEATER TONIGHT TOG AN AND GENEVA Special Vaudeville Attraction. In a Series of Upto-c!ale Dance on Wire, Featuring the Texas Tommy. 1 his is positively the only act in vaudeville Doing this daring stunt. LA DOINE m Singing and Impersonations. PICTURE PLAYS FLORENCE LAWRENCE The World s Famous Photo-play Artist, in "THE GIRL OF THE WOODS" Though wild, she is different: so much different than the rest. Though born and bred among Tilth and poverty. Mab has ideals. Into her life comes a stranger and "he learns to love him. unaware that he Is sent to drive her people from their homes as squatters. Love triumphs over race pride, but happiness is withheld f-ir year. A feature that vou will long remember. 101 BISON 101 THE RESCUERS OF THE PIONEER'S DAUGHTER A Thrilling' Western Drama depicting: life of the early pioneer days A REEL OF FURIOUSLY FUNNY COMEDY Will be run in addition to this bill. 10c 10c ROYAL NEIGHBORS HOLD ELECTION OF OFFICERS At a meeting of the Mishawaka camp of Koyal Neighbors of America held Wednesday evening, the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Mrs. EthV Pelton, oracle; Kath erine Spencer, vice oracle; Mrs. Lillian Ainlay, chancellor; Mrs. Kose Van Tilbury, recorder; Mrs. Emma Gott, receiver; Mrs. Josephine Dooley. mars-hall; Mrs. Edith Platz, inner sen tinel; Mrs. Manilla West, outer senti nel; Mrs. Jennie Matteson, manager; Dr.-. Doan and DrescTi, medical ex aminers; Mrs.. Etlle Pelton was chosen as delegate to attend the state en campment, and Mrs. Katherlne Spen cer was chosen as alternate. The newly elected officers will be installed at the tirst meeting in Janu ary, 1914. Mrs. Josephine Futter kneckt will act as the installing ofti cer. The installation will be a joint installation with the newly elected of licers of the Modern Woodmen. It was also decided to hold the next meeting on Monday evening, Dec. 22, instead of Wednesday evening, Dec. 24. At this meeting a Christmas tree will be the feature. DOIHal-j HOWLING CLUB MIICTS. A nam's team of the Dodge Bowling club defeated the Campbell team Wed nesday evening on the Mishawaka hotel alleys, two out of three games. The scores: AIIAllA'S TEAM Ahara 159 159 159 477 Richards.. 121 15S 174 453 Tuppe 149 157 108 414 Mix 149 149 149 447 Norman ....160 132 119 411 Schuylar 119 169 176 464 Totals ....S57 924 S85 2666 CAAIPI1ELLS TEAM Campbell 147 147 147 441 Jackson 144 140 126 410 Beynon 134 141 13 4 4 06 Gill 156 141 149 446 Stevenson 126 12 12 6 378 Endlich 130 102 102 Z?A Handicap 22 22 22 66 Totals .. .$59 819 806 24S4 Ahara's team gains 1S2 pins; leads on the series by 113 Tins; Schuyler se cured first prize for high average with the handicap; Gill Second. HOME DEPARTMENT LARGEST IN CITY A well attended meeting of the Home department of the Baptist Sun day school was held Wednesday even ing. During the business session the reports given showed that there was a net gain of 24 members, the total membership of the department now being 109 members. This is the larg est home department in the city and one of the largest in the county. An election of ofttcers was held which resulted as follows: .Superintendent. Mrs. W. E. Field; first assistant su perintendent. Mrs. W. E. Priest: sec ond assistant superintendent, Mrs. E. W. Kohll; secretary. Mrs. C. S. Rob bins; treasurer, Mrs. Georve Frank. Short addresses were given by the pastor, Rev. T. J. Giblett, and the su perintendent of the Sunday school, George F. Frank. Following the business session a so cial session was enjoyed. During this session the following program was rendered: Instrumental music. Miss Mary Scheihley; reading, Mrs. M. W. Hakes; vocal solo, Clem Scheihley. Refreshments were served. ATTENDS FUXKItAL or HUOTIIEK Charles Schock of this city return ed Thursday from Indianapolis, where he attended the funeral of his broth er, the late Louis Schock, who died in that city last Saturday. The de ceased was well known in this city and was a former resident here. Death was due to complications of diseases. He was born in South Bend and was about 46 years of age. He leaves four brothers and one sister. The broth ers are George and Charles Schock of this city, Frank Schock of South Bend, and John Schock of Chieago. The sister is Mrs. Flo McKnight of South Bend. new rosiorricn assured. Mishawaka is now almost assured that construction on the new post otllce building for this city will be started early in the spring. Bids have been opened at the treasury de partment in Washington. D. C, for the construction of the Mishawaka postofllce. The lowest bid submitted was by George W. Styles Construc tion Co., Chicago, $54.12, the high est bid submitted was by R. S. Moore, Lafayette, Ind., for sandstone $61,570. elects orricEits. At a meeting of the Mishawaka lodge No. 130, F. and A. M.. held Wednesday evening, the following of ficers were elected: M. A. Andrews, worshipful master; F. H. Huber, senior warden; R. W. Gaylor. Junior warden; C. W. Slick, treasurer; H. E. Sudors, secretary; W. Michael, elected on board of trustees, and I. C. Boles was elected a member of the relief association. CJIVI-: I'LKASINC; MIMICAL. An excellent muical concert was given Wednesday evening in the audi torium of the First Church of the Kvangelical association. The pro gram was aa follows: Piano solo, Miss Ksther Spancler; invocation, quartet sinking; reading by Opal Kupper; vocal solo. Miss Grace Spangler; reading. Frieda Bash; piano duet. Misses Ksther Spangler and Esther Zimmerman; vocal solo, Ivino New man; reading. Garfield Lovell; vocal solo, Albert liushman; reading, B. Evans. The concert was well attended. m isci:llam:ois ryzaak. The Home Grove Guards will give a miscellaneous bazaar at the home of Mrs. Florence Kimble, 116 W. Sixth St., on Friday evening. IIOMKU IiKACII IMPROVING. The condition of Homer Leach, who is ill at the hospital with typhoid fever, is slightly improved. VISTTTNG IN CITY. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Herscheit and son of Aurora, 111., arrived in this city Thursday and have as their guests at the Hotil Mishawaka for several days, Mr. and Mrs. Hall of Mt. Clemens, , Mich. i f'llTfi T.-'V iri: ci:iiri.,i vi T5AZAAR. The chicken pie supper and bazaar given Wednesday evening at the Pres- , byterian church was well attended, the crowd surpassing all other suppers , and bazaar given by this church. DEMCZHTI'UIj MUSICAIj GIVEN. A most successful musical was given at the Uest Rooms of the Mish awaka Woolen Co. Wednesday even ing under the direction of the Y. W. C. A. girls. The affair was in the na ture of a benefit for the general work carried on there. Three members of the S. B. Conservatory gave a very line program as follows: Polka tie la Iteine Raff Juno Tschaikowsky Prelude Rachmandrai'f Rigoletti Verda-I-iszt March Mignor Poldrim. Miss Dora Hershenow. Xio Fanivy Forster In My Garden Little One Fine Day, from "Madam But- terily" A Secret Sanderson Rose in Bub Forster At Dawning Cadman Miss Hazel Harris. Little Spanish Hen .Sketch from "Charlotte Cord ay" When Folks Are Gone Riley My Rival Kipling Miss Jane White. The regular weekly program for the Thursday noon meeting was given to day. Miss Ruth Kelly, art teacher in the public schools, gave an illustrated talk on "Christmas Pictures", using some of the masterpieces for subjects. ANNUAL HAZA All OPENED. Wednesday afternon was children's day at the annual bazaar givenvat the Xt. Joseph's hall, under the auspices of the ladies of St. Joseph's Catholic church. During the afternoon an en tertainment featured by Santa Claus and including several tlrills and songs, was presented. "Many children at tended. Tonierht will feature the opening of the bazaar, which will continue for two afternoons and evenings. MISHAWAKA PERSONALS. Mrs. John Graham and children, who have been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beiger, will leave Friday for their home in Minneapolis, Minn. Ira J. Smith. Elkhart, visited with P. H. Page Wednesday. Attend the annual Bazaar given by the Tabitha .Sewing Circle in St. Peter's hall Friday afternoon and evening. Advt. Your photograph would make a most appreciable Christmas gift to your friends. Do you know that you get a life size portrait as a Christmas pre-senl free with each dozen cabinet photographs at Brassovenyi's studio, 111 K. First st. Both phones 63. Advt. Regular review Mishawaka Hive No. CS. Friday evening. Advt. TO HAVE BAZAAR, Arrangements have been made by the Tabitha Sewing circle of the St. Peter Lutheran church for their an nual bazaar, which will be given Fri day afternoon and evening in St. Peter's hall. Various booths, such as fancy work, doll, candy and pastry booths have been erected and will be in charge of the ladies. Refreshments "will also b served. WOODKA BROS. 221 N. Main St, Mishawaka. SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. Tender Standing Rib Roast . 1' Tender Chuck Beet 11c c Roast . . Stewing Beef . . . . Round Steak . . . Sirloin Steak . . . Pork Butt Roast . . . Loin Pork Roast . . . Pork : Chops . . Fresh Picnic Hams . . . Veal Roast . . . Veal Chops . . 3c-9c 15c 15c 14c 14c 14c t 11c 15c 16c BOOKS, BIBLES BOOKLETS CARDS SEALS TAGS' STATIONERY GOLD INITIAL CAMERAS FOUNTAIN PENS RAZORS PERFUMES CIGARS PIPES COMBS MIRRORS BRUSHES IVORY SETS FANCY CANDIES BATH BRUSHES, ETC. ETC PENNANTS PILLOW TOPS A S K T O S E E T H E H O U S T O N P E N It , DOUGHNUT SAIjK. The ladles of the Baptist Industrial Union will give a doughnut sale Fri day, Dec. 11' at the church. Phone your orders to 675 B. Home phone. Advt. KVKUY ROY AND (JIRIj WANTED. "Wanted: Every boy and girl to en gage in contest for the toys to be given by the Children's Dispensary. Call at Dispensary, 1031 Chapin St., or at the, Orpheum otlice after 3 o'clock and get subscription books and particulars of contest. Advt. WILSON AND MARSHALL INVITED TO LOVE FEAST INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 11. Pres. Woodrow Wilson was invited to at tend the Indiana democratic love feast to be held here Jan. in a tele granm sent to him by Bernard Korb ly. Vice Pres. Marshall and Sen ators Kern and Shively also were in vited. The message to the president reads: "The democratic state central com mittee of the united democracy of Indiana extends an invitation to you to attend a democratic love feast in Indianapolis on Thursday evening, Jan. 8, 1914, and to respond to a toast on that occasion. "Bernard Korbly, State Chairman." The message to Vice Pres. Marshall read: "Your democratic friends in Indi ana, expressing themselves through the democratic state central commit tee, want to hear you speak at Un democratic love feast on Jan. S, j 1914. Kindly wire us if you will at- tend." Veal Steak 15c 15c 14c 30c 14c Sugar Cured Hams . . . Veal Sau sage . . . Boiled Ham . . . Pressed Ham . . . Fresh Pork 10U Sausage I 2 I Frankforts, ! lb 12ic 1 10 lb. Pail Pure $1.20 ..65c 35c Lard 5 lb. Pail Pure Urd ...... . 2 lb. Jelkc Good Luck Fresh Fish We take pleasure in placing a line of gifts on the mar ket that comprise both quality and up to the minute styles. Our prices have been made consistent with bus iness principles. Any article purchased at our store will be exchanged if not satisfactory. We mention only briefly our large line of useful gifts. STATIONERY. This beautiful line of fabrics represent the choicest numbers of the Eaton Crane & Pike Manufacturers' out put We made direct purchase and are enabled to price them within the reach of all. BOOKS AND BIBLES. We are showing a large assortment of 50c copyrights, also the latest fiction. Full morrocco covered Bibles with all the latest helps for teachers and students. PERFUMES. All of the latest odors from the best manufacturers. We ask you to call and try any odor we have in stock. You can find a variety of prices from 50c the ounce to $2.50. IVORY PIECES. We are showing a large variety of this popular item. We have them in sets or odd pieces, comprising Brushes, Combs, Mirrors, Trays, Manicure Sets and Odd Pieces. CAMERAS. We are showing the celebrated "ANSCO" line of Cameras and Supplies and can assure our customers that these goods represent the best there is in amateur and professional photography. We have them from $2.00 up. CIGARS AND PIPES. We carry all the leading brands of cigars in boxes of 25 and 50. We also carry an assortment of Briar and Meerschaum Pipes, priced at from $1.00 to $5.00. Our entire line is now on display and we invite you to call and see many new things that we are unable to mention in this ad. Wishing you all a very merry Christmas and a happy New Year. 1 siiawaica BAPS LOVE DREAM IS OVER Vkm Like He Fifxlits Averts Wife Who Says It's All Over. PORTLAND. )rt.. Dee. 11. Bat Nelson's dream of love is over. In a short time he will apply for a divorce from his wife, Fay King Nelson, daughter of Jack KinK". athletic trainer of Portland. Mrs. Nelson ar rived here and announced it "off for good and always' with her luisband. "The former lightweight champion Is a fine boy," said Mrs. Nelson, "but he woos like he lights, with a dogged persistency that that distracts. It was a missmateh." Mrs. Nelson will return to Denver and resume work as a cartoonist. PAYS $25,000 IN DEBTS ST. LOn.S, Mo. Charles V. Chamberlain, who failed in business in Barry county. Missouri. 20 years ago, has just finMhed paying more than 525,000 in debts that had been outlawed several ji-ears. WANTED Girl for house work. En quire at "17 W. First st., Misha waka. GIFT of Jewelrv Remembered Mi Silver or Valuable Stones Are Kent for Generations So Make Store. This Watch would make a most appre A Dia mond From Our Store V ould Please Her. ciable gift Christmas. VAN . V- .'' v THE JEWELER. 128 North Main Street. Opan Evening. TT! raarmacy Y. M. C. A. TO START MEMBERSHIP "HUNT" Six memberships in the V. M. ". A. boys' department will be gien away by the asoeiation next Monday. M membership card will be hidden in the block in which the association is bl eated and the linder will be given a years' membership. Every boy in the city between 1 and K, years old will be eligible to enter the "Hunt Contest", except present members of the Y. Every contest ant will register before starting and all the boys will leave the build ing at the same time. No hunter will be allowed to turn in more than one card and all registration entries must be made by ! p. m. Saturday. COVINCiTON. Argument-, attack ing the constitutionality of the re cently enacted vocational education law which provides for the appoint ment of a county agricultural agent were jriven in the Fountain circuit court here before Judge I. K. SVhoonover. The county -oinmi-sioners refused to appropriate $l..".C" for the agent's salary and suit wa brought in mandamus to coup ! them. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS is One That Will Lom: by the Receiver. Gold, Vour Gift Be From Our VS. forf TO every lady making a pur chase of 50 cents or mor: from December 1 5th to the 20th will receive a 5n!!J. surlin;; sil ver thimrie. 9