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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
Vi:iMiI.V, JAM-AIJV 11, mil News of Interest v i o ronsn brazens DEATHS. SOCIAL EVENTS. The Children of Mary of the St. Ileduiu- church. entertained pleas antly Tuesday evening with an in formal social in .St. Hedwlge'a hall for the benefit of the ?".ciety. The evening was s,:ent with games, music and dancing. The hostesses, Misses Martha Hazinska, Stephanie Bojewiez, Marie Bartoszek. Valeria Gosiorowska, Hattie Niewladoma and Mario Thiiman, served a delicious lun cheon. Mr. Wojtysiak furnished the music for the dances. sta x is i i. u s a z r i ;s k i . Stanishiun Kazubski, ag d Ci). A 1 at the county inlirrnary Tuesday morning after a brief illntss. He had lived near .outh Ibnd for several year.-. coming hero from FoianJ. Tho body waa taken to the W. K. Kaniewski undertaking parlors. The funeral will he held at :;; o'clock Thur.-sday morning from the St. Hed wig Catholic church. Burial will he L-c in Lho t. Joseph Polish cemetery. I x 1SX. f r. i 8 f 4 J PERSONALS. John Br?ozowski and Frank Bene leoa of Chicago, who havo been visit ing Mr. and Mrs. .Michael Eodyga, SIS S. Pu!.ikl sr.. returned to their horn vs. Mr. and Mrs. Ca-simlr Niedbalski. 742 Union si., who were called to Detroit by the d'ath of a relative, re turned homo today. Mrs. Frank DreJ.-r, 14 IS W. Wash Injrston av., who h.ta been confined to her homo l'or a few days with tho crip, la improved. Mrs. Mary Koslnska, 12 2 f. Graco ft., is critically ill (or several day3. .Martin "Wreszcz la seriously ill at the hemft of his daughter, 'Mrs. An thony Kopczynskl. 102 4 V. Napier st. Rev. Boniface IwaszewskI, C. S. C. who has been the guest for a few day.s of tho Hov. Anthony Zubowicz, C. S. C, pastor of St. Ilcdwlge, church, re turned to Chicago today. Mrs. Stanley Nowak, 1301 VS. Ford t.. Is leaving Thursday morning for Chicago, to attend the .silver w-ddln of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pozor.sk 1, tho "Mirs Anna Gwarczynska has return- :"lrt?r of Mrs. Nowak. cd to Chicago, after Fpending a few days with relatives. Frank Ilajcwlcz and son, Henry, from Terro Mant?. are spending a few day with relatives in Houth Bend. Lfula Wybranlrckl and Lo Blades rt R. Chapin st loft Tuesday for De troit. Mls3 Catherine, Badziwik of W. In diana, av., has returned from a week's visit with friends in Chicago. ATTI :XI)S COXSIXIIATIOX. Ignatius K. Werwlnski. 117 S. Lau rel st., left this morning for Milwau kee, Wis., to attend the consecration of the Roman Catholic bishop, Rt. Rev. Edward Kozlowskl, bishop of Wisconsin diocese. He will also participate in the ban quet glvtn in honor of the new bishop. AMATIXUS CI I VI-: PLAYS. Under the auspices of the St. Stan islaus Young I'eople'.s society, the amateurs of the society will give an Interesting program .Sunday, Feb. 22, in the auditorium of the St. Stanislaus school, consisting of two plays, en titled "Dzwonek sw. Jadwige, a drama in three acts, and "Zywy Niel boszczyk", a com ply in one act. The rehearsals are being held under the direction of Waclaw Gorka. FREE CIGARETTE HOLDERS THIS WEEK CITILT TI7VS DIIIITirKRT A. lledwlgo Wleczorek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wleczorek. 610 S. Chapin st.. is seriously ill with diph theria. Their home lias been placed under quarantine. choir m:uiinsAi;. The rehearsal of the feinal choir of the St. John's Cantius society, will bo held tills evening at 8 o'clock In the parlor of the parish library. IN POLICE COURT. Ffforts are being made by City Judge Warner to reform several old ;tme police court frequenters. Jlughio I'ehan. probably the worst of them, :s his hisses t problem. Itst Saturday ihe Judge gave him a chance, making Penan promise to ab-tain for live days. J)ehan kept on tho waKnn for nearly three, when he took jut one "nip". "For breaking your promise to stay .-.way for live days you get an increased tine of and costs," said tho judge v otl ncsilay morning when Dehan lined up. Dehan, however, is com mended by the police for doing that well. fr hi: Is usually back within three hours after his release. The same inei eased sentence will be ad ministered to all prisoners who fail to keep their promises the Judge said. JahuI Tobacco Dealers Give Fine Cigarette Holders With Omar Cigarettes. In connection with the sale of Omar CIf?ar'ttes in this city, local dealers are giving free, for a few days, to each purchaser of two packages of Omar, a handsome cigarette holder. Tliis holder has the merit of being practical as well as, attractive, because, unlike the ordinary cigarette holder. it is extremely light and almost indis- trustable. The end in which the cigarette is inserted is made of Ger man silver, while the stem and mouthpiece are quill. It is the type of cigarette holder which is npw most popular both in this couiflry and abroad. The gift of these cigarette holders through local dealers is made to in sure an extensive trial of Omar Cig arettes because of the belief on the part of the manufacturers that smok ers generally will like and continue using this brand. It Is said that the plan is fully Justified by results In other cities. Omar cigarettes are described as a new Turkish blend of verv high quality, with a flavor and fragrance which are wholly different and unusually pleasing. The supply of cigarette holders on hand for dis tribution is limited, and the local rtpalprs are advislntr patrons to act promptly in order to fecure one. 3J 5JT g 3C MARKETS JC 5r. 5i T Peter Roaterovich and Mike Djack nvich. 727 S. Ford st. spent Tuesday night at the police station so as to be "on-the-job" to testify for John Raich Wednesday morning. Roth men had been summoned to appear Tuesday but failed and the court sent an olticer out to have them on hand. The two were witnesses of a tight between Red Jarich and John Raich in which John tamo out with two black eyes. John Cuiklenski lef his wife a week ago but tA with the intention of de serting he explained in court. Bond was made 5U0- and trial set for Sat-urdav. Paul Garbacz. who three months agi pointed a revolver at an "ollicer-of-the-law" and was lined $."0 and eosts for It, was found guilty Wednes day of assaulting Marycn l'eczrowski of Franklin st. after a little quarrel. He was lined $1 and costs and 10 days in jail this time, us tho Judge thought he was to qu.arn-ls.omc. J. Roup has been paying too much attention to women he meets or. the street. Ho accosted one Tueseday find fell into tho hands of the police. Ho will b arraigned Saturday. WOMI'X SMOKi: C KJARITIN. DENVER. Colo. Patrons of a fash ionable hotel cafe here were startled to see Mrs. H. Ma auley of Chicago and her si-ter. who is ti leader in Denver's 4 00, publicly smoke cigarets south bi:xi markets. FLO l' It AND FEKP. (Corrected & Ginz. nriyoxfj to cap i;iin? MONTV1RLC. N. J. An iron chest bound "with rawhide, containing goods and jewelry dated 1 C 0 1 . was found by workmen digging for an artesian well. L STOPS T ft P ufl lib E "Why Suffer With Skin Humors When You Can Heal Them So Quickly? Inily by Knobloct Hvdraulic Ave.) rvrmu ami Flour IJuriTisr wheat ftt iOo: oats at 42e. retailing at GOo; rye, COc; com, buying at "Sc, selUug at 70c. TALLOW AND 1IIDKS. (Correeteil Iatly "ny S. W. Lippman, 210 X. Mala St.) Tal low Rough. 2c to 2Hc; rendered. No. l. 4Ve to GVc: No. 2. GVjC to 4VjC UUlfn No. 1 green hldei. 11c to 12o; cured, calf skin, to 17VaC; wool, 17c to 2oc. I'OCLTRY AND MEATS. (Corrected Pally by the Ferndell Market 125 N. Mala St.) roul try Spring chbken, paying 12Vic to 13; selling at 20e to 23c; old chickens, paying 12o; gelling at LW. Turkeys, pay ing 1? to dresfseI; selling. 2So lb. MmtH Ilatl: Ve;il, 20c to 30c; round Pte-.ik. 20e t 2f'; sirloin steak. ?Jbc; porter lions-. TmV to 4(e: beef rcmst. 2lC to boiling UW, 10c to 'J.V; bird, 18c: smokeil ham. 20c to ioe. Oysters, 40c to COc quart. PRO VISIONS. iComvted Pailv bv P. V. Mueller. 218 11. Jefferson IMvd.) I'mlt Oruntres. per cn?e. JH.fO: Rellingat rjv to v rr lo7.. I4nKnH, per i-u-v, s'lllng at eO to 4o: per doz. Pananas, buy ing 7. to .fJ i-r bunch. Cauliflower, buy ing $- ik r do.: selling'. l. to 2T? each. Vejfrtalle New oabb-age, paying 2c peT pound: Mdling at 4c. Potatoes, i0c per bu. : selling at 2,1 e peT jwvk. Huttcr nd Kkk Country butter, pay ing 2Tc to ."VV; polling. 2To to ,i.V. Cream ery, l-ggf, smeiiy iren, paying .c IIAV, STRAW AND PEED. (Per reeled fHlly by the Wesley Miller Flour ,V IV'd Co., 420 S. .Michigan t.) Hay. paying $13 to $14 per ton; selling at to $11. straw, p.iyhiK $j to $0; gell ing at f0v jer lale. Old eoru, payiug f ier bu.: "illng at Sov to SV per bu.; new corn, paying 'Mh per bu.. celling at tvc to 7V per bu. Oats, paying oe per bu. ; fil ing at 47 to .'Oe j.t bu. Clover sed, pay ing $7 per Lu. LIVE STOCK. (Corr.-.tevi Dally by Major Pros., S. Logan Street.) Heavy fat steers, live cwt.. .VtO to $7.2.": rtrt--sel. ?L'.u) to $llf0. Kellers, T.7" to J:.7o. Lambs on foot, to So..; 1 rested, to 14c. Hogs. 1G0 to 2tX) lbs.. to 5 ..-; 2lX to lbs., f7.7o to $S.mJ. SEEDS. Corrected Ihillv by Witraer Pros. Seed Co., 114 P.. Wayn St.l SN Titaothy paying 2 per bushel, selling at $.C0. lied clovtT, paying $G to $7.0'J, &eilir.g 7.00 to 'J.00. A' ;S:'";v'iV:;v " a FREE For A Few Days Only " V. m-J 42 'J tl I) ji1 -r:y-:-y. V;-;- A i .::-v--. : .: r "j.r-- V.J ff7 : ' '-.-.v '?-rzry? i. W !. -. . ' 1 &vi-& .c' t rs- TV -r?arw: r- special none io Every Purchassr of a Package of Omar Turkish Blend Cigareieov This handsome cigarette holder absolutely free is ivithout question the most satisfactory holder in the world. The very latest thing, German silver and hard rubber, it is the most practical holder ever designed. Light as a feather, yet will last indefi nitely. Thousands of men who dislike ordinary cigarette holders, heavy, fragile, and a nuisance, find the Omar practical holder a constant deligh t. (Only one to a customer. ) 1 11 1111 1 iih.J fn Nrtti niigr 1 111 ifirmt- ii iihnnniii i4 "'" '- r I iV TUEKISM BLENB Ires ;r 55 Th.e Joyof Life OJIAR is the product of all the knowledge, experience and skill of the American Tobacco Company the makers of billions of the world's finest cigarettes for 25 years. OMAR is unique the perfect blend of Turkish and domestic tobaccos, full of snap, life and character. OMAR has proved the greatest success n the shoi'tcst period of time in the whole history of cigarette making. Larfje Navajo Blanket With Every Package o Kill TOT 1 Take advantage of this free offer today and avoid disappointment. Dealers have only a limited sup ply of these cigarette hold ers and cannot sret more. Get a package of Omar and ask for a FREE CIGARETTE HOLDER. Lot i for Free Offer Sign on Dealer's Window THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY Cyn FT3 TFT3 ml.. erfV !S , ,er m bUth Bend to be suPPbed with these German Silver, Hard Rubber Cigarette Holders. fiCdl6l d?.ers ho havc not secured a supply of these Cigarette Holders can do so by telephoning Mr. J. H. For rest, uiiver Motel (rnone Bell loZU; Home 5U14) between 6 and 8 P. M. today and 8 and 10 A. M. tomorrow 7 r , CTT7-77 -a tii; De- ir non't stand tha. itehlnc fcz-Tivi tor ment one dy longer. Gr to the ne.ir tt dniR-cri.'t and pet a Jir of i:lnol Ointment and a rake of Re.-mI S. n;. Dath tho ppzonia p.itchos wuli K inol Soap and hot watrr. Tlvn !r and apply .1 Uttlo Remoi ();nt:r.::t. Tho torturing tell ins: and burninc tpp Inst.antly, you no lonerer have to die and scratch, sloop becomes rv-s- ibl. and hallnp hKlriB. Soon tho usly, torntcr.ttns: eniptlo:;? disappear comrletly and for trood. Iteplnol Soup (2oC). and Koinol Olntnunt (3Cco nrnl $n. nre also pe"dlly ef?etive for j-'mplc-s, Murk- hacl5, dnndrufT, For" and many form of pile. Prescribed l y dortors for the pe.-t 15 yarp. and Id hy prartii-ally ry i?r':j:l.et in the lnlt- d ttat. For triul fr. M-rite to Dept. 41 -It. il-?lr.olf Baltimore. Mil. Dor.'t r ilereitd .y preparatior. cimllar In name or appa ran--, of'.-r-ed J'lJit UK? Ie?!Tifl," h a ;.-u un.erurulori" d uIitc. Tl. nr tnjd imitations up.-n which such (IfSLlers can n;a.e a cents extra consin yeterdK.v and Is visiting Iliver profit t your expense. Adt. Park relative. nivrjt park. the weather continues as It has th past few days the 1 liver Park katint; rink loi atoil on the lot east of tho .school huilillni:, will ho rtinly tor use by tomorrow eveiiinrf. The young people aro looking forward to the opnins? of the rink with preat pleasure. J. Tink and family are moving to a farm east of MIshawaka. The revival meetings at the Metho dist Kpisoopal church, conducted by tho pastor. Charles O. Ford. ar prow- ln in lrropt and iUtendanee. Tue?- ilay n!:h about one hundred from t li r east end attended the service in a lody. Hcv. Ford delivered a splen did sermon, which wa-s well received Py th larg audience. At the invi tation one went forward. A ppeei.il feature of the p-rvlce was a song ly the male quartet. Wednesday evening Rev. Ford will take for his theme, "The Timb of God". Th Kappa Sicma Pi boy.4 hav made arrargpmcnta to attend th.e re vival services in a body Thursday. Anderson cf Thirteenth M.. who hrokA his lep while working on the sewer a week ao. ir improving. It. Koontz. travellner salesman for the IUrdieil Co., returned from Wts- Mrs. Edward lebeque was guest of honor at a dinner partv terlay, given by Mrs. Kdward Groote of MIshawaka, Mrs. Claude Johnsonbouli n,! daughter. Miss Thelrna. have returned to Laporte after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schlactor. The Young Women's Mis?ion:irv -so ciety of tho River Park M. E. church has postponed their meeting until th close of the revival meetings Mrs. I). O. Cramer has returned to l.apaz, Mich., after a visit with rela-i tives hero. Fred Walz arid son. Norman, of 5? i Elgnth St., are quite ill. j Ixdsa. the little daughter of Mr. and j -virs. i nanes ixoontz, or 1'lea.ant st has recovered from an attack of dinh-i thena and the quarantine was raised yesterday. Paul and Peter Kintz, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kintz. have also re covered from a week's illness with diphtheria, and the house is released : Tii, t",,.. . .v 1 . - .... 1 nr.d Trs! f f OV,.,!,!. i i o .-..! .v . lie ''"-'iWinarf w;i inws WILL SEEK TO INDUCE PLANTS TO COME HERE South IlciKl Industrial AsMxiation New .Name for Ileal Kstate I) ilet' Oi-aniation. At a meeting Tuesday afternoon of the Ileal Estate Dealers' association the name of that organization was changed to the Eolith Ilend Industrial association. This organization re vived some time a?o seeking as its luno- the furtli-r development of the city. The association will bend its efforts toward securing factories i 7,i fM i'I'V "i i r ..f .i . ..-..ill 4 -o. ,', i.-i'vi.an; i a Fijian eulibro. A membeihip ca:iipai.-'n will be in charge of the offie-Ts. who are John A. Swyart. president: William Mc Henry. vi -e president; i M. Jackson, tr-asuh r; Alexis Coquillard. secre ary. Th.-re were pi at the meeting Mr. have moved from near Horrion rieas.tnt ?t. to Mich. an.l bylaws is comims.-d ;Weid!er. Wllli.un N. -b r Miss 1 I). Colnian. tr.ivelintr rmn-! ager par.y. ot the alifornl i. Perfunv com- who has been lu re for several I uays. entertained ip.e sT.es la.st'S rr PJver Park, MIshawaka and S mth Pend at the V. V. C. A. with a lun cheon last night. Covers were placet! for 12. rlara Iuke. is reported ill. M. Caldwell. The ;i-:.iiri Tutilrtv. nsoe of Charles -an and F. n will meet of TI1M OWVKIN. TAKi: XOTICI Regular meetlnc Jan. 13 at p. m Business of importance. Election officers for rnmlnc year. Also settinc of scales of wapes for coming year. F. K Shipe. Adv. Ilnanclnl Fcy. Tren?. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS IS ACCIDENTALLY SHOT ON LONE HUNTING TRIP News-Times. llAIIlb!:. Jan. 14. A organized to search for Smith of .tuben- not return t' his day found his .pe -in to tip PENT N th. b- .ly of r ilb i 1 1 --. whi'ii l:e .-id home list rvrht. Wedne body lvin? across a barbed wire fence. A doubb barrel shotgun lying near by told the story of an accidental di- eharpe which tore a jair-ed hole through the breast of the victim, probably ir.t!irtin? instant deatu. Smith haj wvut iiuat;nr. FR. RICARD PREDICTED COMING OF EARTHQUAKE SAX FUANCLSCO, Cal.. Jan. 14. The forecast issued by Father Ricard of Kanta Clara university on Dec. CI. predicted the earthquakes and tidal waves along the Japaaese coast to the hour. The disturbances are attribut ed by Father Ricard to the great sun -pot discovered by him on Dec. 9. NOTICi; OF ADMINISTRATION. Nti-e w liereb;.- given, that tlie under s.5r.'d has bn-n HpjH)intv'J by the Clerk of tf.e I'in-iilt Coiirt of Tt. .Tof-pb County, Mate of Indiana, arimli.lstrator, Co bor.ls n:i. (,f the Instate of A ithony KuLa, late vf s't. Joseph County, dweasd. Said Lstnte 1? . upp-il to be Rolvent. (JlXtKlii; w. KCHN. Adra!iilstrat.r Ie lieni-' Non. Jan. 7t:i. 1M4. FUNERALS cii.i:i.i:s a. m:i:r;i:it. Funeral services of ('harb-s A. Bertrer, LIZ S. Eafay tte st.. will be held from the residence Wednesday afternoon at 2:20. llev. J. H. Evans will oflkiate. Hurial will he in Elver view cemetery. IS nXAL CEEAV-UP OF ITKS NOW ON AT I-XLSWOItTII'S. The prices on lirs are away flown with us. Were Kansaekm" I"ur and' a few more days will clean th stock. The low prices Insure s;.e.-dy sellintr. The Ellsworth .tore. Advertisement. 3 N if TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS a enD ran U hi n g a Ml EXTERNAL REMEDY FOR Appendicitis, Blood Poison, Pneumonia, Quinsy, Ovarian Troubles, Sprains, Guts, and Inflammation,)! the Bowels. Prepared by APPEX-D-FORM CO., Elkhart. Inch FOR SALE BY AND FREE BOOKLET AT S. F. APPLEGATE & CO. TO cai St we aaie rnces Terms i COONLEY DRUG CO. and LANDON & CO. Easy