vW t KiiAV; MAIUil 1 f. ISM I
SNATCH SILVER MESH
BAG FROM IS. KUHN
Three Roughly Dressed Men
Attack Two Women at Hill
St. and Lincoln Highway
West Get About S5.
Mrs. Peter Kuhn while returning
homo Friday rvniin;' was .attacked by
three rough appearing young men at
the corner of Hill st. and Lincoln
highway west and wa.s robbed of a
silver mesh bag remaining about $5
in inoiu-y. Alter snatehing the bag
the tnree m-n turned west running
on .Lincoln highway to an alley be
tween West ar. 1 Hill Ms., where they
turned and ran south until Fourth
st., wlKri' they again ran we.st. Mrs.
Kuhn r.tii r rero -ring from tho .sur
prise or the atta'-k hurried into the
Jmmel home and telephoned the police
who were on tn- sc ne shortly alter
the occuiTci'.cf. The police were un
able lo get any clue as u the men's
v.'hercubouts but they think they can
lay their hands on the men before
many more hours.
The men according to Mr?. Kuhn
appeared to be tramps as they were
without overcoats and roughly dress
ed. She said that they wore standing
on the corner of Hill st. as she and
a friend approached. It is claim
ed that the men followed Mrs. lmmel
to her homo just ahead of the Kuhn
party. The men were seen it is
thought earlier in the evening by the
police loitering about the down town
This H the second attack of its
kind on Lincoln highway west within
the past few we ks..
ELKHART SECOND TEAM
LOSES TO LOCAL SQUAD
In a fast hard fought game Fri
day evening in the local high "gym"
the Mishawaka high school second
tram defeated the. Llkhart high sec
ond by a score of 20 to 10. The first
half of the game was extremely
rough, players on both sides "clinch
ing" ami holding and several times
throwing one another on the lloor.
Hranstator starred for the locals mak
ing six baskets. Starh for Klkhart
ditl the heavy work for his team.
The lineup of the teams was us fol
lows: Mishawaka Ilurnette. renter;
McKnight ami Uranstator. forwards;
Stebbins and I'elton, guards. Klk
liart Daniels'. J'-; center; Starh aid
Hrobst, forwards; McCarty and Beck,
LIGHTS DOWN TOWN OUT
FOR NEARLY AN HOUR
The entire lighting system west of
Main st. in the down town district was
out for about i minutes Friday even
ing when a uso in the transformer
at the rear of the Century theater
blew mit. It is claimed that the load
on the part of the city is too heavy
for the fusts carried and at various
times business house and the streets
are without electric light.
n of the linemen who was work
ing on the pole at the rear of the
iheator uiu; badly burned ahout the
hamls by :. burninc fuse which he
attempted to extinguish. Tho Century
theater was compelled to shut down
the show luriiiic the lighting trouble.
notici: or sua:.
Bids oti the sale of the Martha and
V.lizal.eth Lonuciieek r farm, nino
miles .-iMitheast of Mishawaka. will bo
dosed at lo a. ni. on Saturday, March
14. 1 ! 1 4 . at the office of Bingham &
Bingham. 213 J!. 3rd t.. Mishawaka,
OA KLV X 1 .OXG I : N VA : K K 1 1.
V1S1T1I II i-:iu-:.
Frank Doty, of Milton, Ind.. and a
represent itie for the Zanesvillo Pot
torv Co.. visited at the liome of Rev.
JI. K. Van Winkle 0f Nihs av., Friday.
KTi:nTis at Burner
Mrs. Hoary C. 1 Ioltzendorf. of 115
S. Mill st.. very pleasantly entertained
a companv of ladies at auction bridge
l-'riday afternoon. The favor was se
cured by Mrs. T. W. Kenyon. Ke
irtshmtnts were served.
TU;.MOYi:i TO HOSlMTAIi.
Miss Mary I.erner, residing livo
miles northeast of the eity. lias been
removed to the Kpworth liospital at
South IVnd. where :-he will undergo
an operation Monday.
Foil SI,K Horso weighing 1100
lbs. Good worker. $45 it" taken in
few das. Adams, lo 1 W. Third t.
ir. i 2f:.
FOR SALK OU I'XCHAXC.K 10
riMim modern hoiis . corntr lot.
t: 6x1 15 1-2; i block from car line; 4
blocks from center of business dis
irict: .". i"!s S. Main st., paved, 6
bloek from -enter of i it ; 1 lot on
C Atn st.. loe t( factories, owner
anxious, what hae ou got-. Inquire
llcnrv I'tIroote, 121 S. We: st.
i Oil SALi: il FXCHANGK 150
acre farm. 2 miles eat of L'ristol,
lunning stream; for dairy or stock
farm. Inquire J. M. Kronewetter,
t:;i) C 4th st. or K. K. 5. l'.ristol.
lrOli SALK Karly lloso sltd pota
toes. Call Hell phone 504.
FOR SAI.K ll cjst : ld ff.'od :il::iot new.
CLotii !f taLea zit euic ll'J . Lo.c.in.
liol'SES Foil BENT t r will sell on
eay payments; aFo a lew acant
lots. Ben Baer. Cloth:- r.
U ANTi:i -Voarjg r:: :.n. 1 o 20 v-.rs ohl.
to work ia t'r'; refer in e required, lieu
liaer, 1CJ S .M.niu st.
FOB SAEE Two-pasenger automo
bile just overhauled; also new tires;
two fresh mih h eows. ine yearling
heifer ami gco, work mare. 2 4 0-egg
incubator. !'n ii Havkins. l.'nion and
17th st. Home phone Ml.
FOR SAKE First class modern res
idence, Indiana av.. ha.s seven
rooms, ste.im heat, v. .ilkiv.g distance
of center of tonu. Terms $5''" cash.
Balance in rnonthlv installments like
rent. Ini"ire at Mbhawaka Trust t'v
Savings Co., Insurance. Rentals and
liel Estate. "Tne People's Bank."
110 12." ::ss
141 io; ma
lls 12:: 4 11
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105 122 :iG7
700 CG5 206S
14.". 110 4 IS
15 1 1.VI AKZ
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140 1!7 &10
70S Ov.i 2503
110 1 5 ?. 4 S 5
225 UJ 51S
lt' a 110 4u5
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172 ISO 520
S2 82 24C
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ICO 12G 4 40
213 1 4 S 4 7 5
100 17:i 398
212 1.2 4SS
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120 120 ::go
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111 174 504
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13S 126 303
15S 145 4 25
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Commencing Monday tho Warner
Feature Co. presents Gene Gauntier
in a stirring storv of the Civil war en
titled "On the Fighting Line", at the
Century theater. It is a masterly re
production nnd introduces Joe Britt,
a poor Georgia farmer, who is caught
in the draft net and reports for ser
vice under General Ixe. His mother
less daughter. Jane, does a man's work
in the held and lives a life of drudgery
under the strong arm of her foster
mother, who is a Yankee and is not
in sympathy with the Confederate
spirit of patriotism. Unable to en
dure this life. Jane disguises as a hoy
and fts out for the front to tind her
father's regiment. On the way she
encounters a northern spy who shares
his food with her. Arriving at the
front Jane enlists and is detailed for
nipht picket duty. She is caught
sleeping at her post anil is sentenced
to be shot hut escapes and again meets
the northern spy. who entrusts her
Willi illl 1 III (M II lit II I HM .Voht: i Ui"
northern general. She is cuptured hy
the northerners and later escapes,
making her way to the Confederate
camp. With the information which
she brings, the Confederates turn the
tables on the Yankees and win a de
cisive victory. Jane discards her male
attire and remains in the Confederate
camp as a field nurse. Gregp, the
Yankee spy. is seriously wounded and
made a prisoner of war. Jane nurses
him back to health and promises to
wed him after the war i? over. This
is a tremendous feature, full of ex
citing action from beginning to end.
The remarkably clever work of Miss
Gauntier and Jack J. Clark will make
you more enthusiastic than ever over
the great Warner feature.
MOOSE INDOOR TEAM
DEFEATS POLISH CUBS
In the lost of a series of three panics
the Mooso indoor baseball team de
feated the Polish Cubs of South Bend.
on their diamond Friday evening.
twelve to live. J Ins leaves tne M.
Floryian of South Bend the only
team that has defeated the Moose dur
ing the season, and efforts are being
inaile to schedule a game with them.
MOOSE A.T. II. IT.
TIeiser ..: 5 0 1
DcCrane 5 1 1
Iroh 5 : 1'
I Hums 5 1 2
('pelt 5 0 1
Crum 5 2 1
DeDopper 4 2 2
Soens 4 1 t
15. Hums .4 2
Totals 4 2 12 14
CFBS A. 13. B. H.
St eve v 5 1 2
Bender 5 0
Sr.ndv 5 1 :.
Nala- 5 2 ::
Iludik 5 1 4
Fnt 5 2
Novak 4 o 2
Meaden 4 rt 2
Green 4 ) u
Total 4 2 5 2 0
South Bend Cubs....20 2e0 010 5
Moose 052 211 01 12
Two-base hit, Nala: struck out. by
on bases. Moose 2, Cubs 1; time of
game. 40 mlnut s: umpires. Freeman
Are you going abioad? Very low
rates to European countries. But
your steamship and B. B. tickets of
me and save inconvenience. 1 am
acent for the Cunard Bine. North Ger
man Lloyd i'n.l Anchor Lines. C. B.
ockrr, like Shore Depot. Advt.
AT THE PRINCESS.
Monday evening the fifth series of
the "Adventures of Kathlyn" will be
hown at the Princess theater. These
picfires are very interesting and fas
cinating and are proving; to bo the
s"iisat!on in the moving picture world.
Timea 123 S. MAIN ST.
Hell llione 10
Home Phono lid
TOUH HONORS !
NOT FOR MISHAWAKA
Ellsassers Roll 2,418 at A. B. C.
Loses .Third Game at State
Hopes of Mishawaka bowling and
basketball fans have failed to ma
terialize in regard to Mishawaka se
curing world honors in bowling and
state honors in basketball. Word was
received from the American Howling
congress tournament at IJuffalo early
Saturday morning in which the KI1
s.isser squad and the Regulars of this
city are participating. gave Misha
waka's scores in the live-men event
lor the HUsasser 2 4 1 S , and scjore for
the Regulars 210. The Kllsasser
squad, according to the scores, only
defeated the Regulars by 20 pins. No
word had been received up until noon
Saturday of the results of the doubles
and singles, which were rolled Satur
day. Misaawaka bowlers may make
a showing in the doubles ami singles
but they were hopelessly out of the
race for money in the live-men events.
Ioeal bowling fans are greatly sur
prised by the scores of the Kllsasser
squad at the tournament, as the team
has been rolling some big scores this
season, and it was surmised would go
to the tournament and soeure some
kind of an honor for Mishawaka.
Some fans would have it that because
the team rolled on Friday, the ISth.
they were doomed to lose and local
fans to disappointment. Mr. Kllsas
ser left for the tournament Thursday
morning with every conlidence that the
Ellsasser team would not roll less
than 260 Oand perhaps 2S00.
Out of Tournament.
According to a telegram received at
the News-Times olfice late Saturday
morning, Mishawaka is out of the race
for the state championship in the
state basketball tournament now being
held at Indaina university at Bloonl
ington. Ind. The wire did not state
what team Mishawaka lost to or
which game. Over a Ions distance
wire Friday evening, word was re
ceived that Mishawaka won their con
test with Albion by a score of 29 to
21 in the Friday afternoon game, and
it is thougnt that the game lost Satur
dya morning was to New Albany. The
score was 1 to 5. According to the
word received. Trainer was knocked
senseless during the game, which was
rough, and which was Mishawaka's
excuse fo the loss. The locals were
ahead up until the accident in which
Trainer was injured. The Mishawaka
team will probably return home Sun
day. TAKES POSITION AT WOODLAND.
II. 1. (Shorty) Benson left today for
Woodland where he has taken a posi
tion with Jacoh Kessler, a former res
ident of this city.
POSTOFFICE OFFICIAL HERE.
A. Jf. Jordan, superintendent of con
struction for the treasury department,
is in the city looking after matters
concerning the new postoffico build
ing. INDOOR GAME MONDAY. .
The Moos indoor baseball club will
meet the Holy Name team of South
Bend on the formers diamond at the
Moose hall Monday evening.
Irvine Milner and John Groh are at
Eagle Point today angling with, the
RETURNS FROM MISSISSIPPI.
Daniel Doll has returned from a
four months stay at Pasta sola, Miss.
Ho intends to spend tho summer in
this city. Mr. Doll states that when
ho left Pastagola all tho fruit trees
were in blossom.
RELEASED FROM QUARANTINE.
The Witte home on Lincoln high
way, west, has beon released from the
diphtheria quarantine. Miss Lena
Witte, who has been ill, has recovered.
TO VISIT IN GOSHEN.
Dr. F. H. Irwin will spend Sunday
visiting with relatives in Goshen.
TO VISIT IN WARSAW.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Young and chil
dren, Lincoln highway, west, will
spend Sunday with Dr. Byler and fam
ily of Warsaw.
HERE FROM EDWARDSBURG.
Wiiliam Foster. Edwardsburg, Mich.,
is visiting with Frank F. Cart.
CASE TO BE HEARD.
The case of William Lung, which
was set for this afternoon, will he
heard in the city police court at 1:30
DEMOCRATS TO MEET.
Pursuant to a call issued tho fore
part of tlu week, local democrats will
meet this evening at. the .Mishawaka
hotel at S o'clock to select delegates
to the district convention which will
In? held at South IJcnd Monday after
noon, March IT., for the purpose of
nominating one candidate for a mem
ber of congress from the 13th congres
MAXWF.IX and HKIllT HIIOOKS
LINCOLN' II Kill WAY" t. ILGi:
517 MICH 1(1 AN" AY.
J. W. NIKAKT
ItKLL HO.Mi: S2CV,
CHICHESTER S PIUS
Wy-- THF! DIAMOND CCAND. w d
I'tlla 1 U4 ul CU art.ic
birt. t:J w.ih Eli. Rltboo.
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IW IHAMD IIUAND TILLS, fDr ti
TAt JPJ yirVnoniuj at.St.AwrRcJatJ
S-T SOID BY DRlLri3TS FA'EDWHEJ??
v'- 4; 5' J. J.
t "if r 'e Y
I'irt Cliriotian cliurcb. i-nrinr of Sexnd
an! Spring sts.. INv. I:. K. Van Winkle,
pastor. Sund.iy v.-hool at a:;i. Morning
vervlees at P:45. Christian Kntieavor
i'n'ie at 0 o'clock. Evening services at
7 ' lot k.
Tlie Mjb5e-t for d morning fprvices
w ill b. -CLritia:i Stev;jrdhlp." Even
ing, nepentemv." At tlie of the
iiioiiuiig M-rvie the new members will I'
rfeivnil int tli euire!i while at te elee
of tie evening services baptismal servi"es
will be held.
Fiit rreb.vtrian ehurch. corr.fr of
Second and I'nion sts.. Ibw. A. C. Ormend,
pa-tor. Morning .--rvFes at 11 o' lock.
UiMe sebmil iueetlng at a. m.. .1. S.
MfKeiiney. Kip-rintendent. I'hriitian Bn
deavor, 5:b" j. in. 1 "veiling services nt
T:."y. Midweek prayer M-rvi'-e Thursday,
T:.'o p. in.
Morning tneme. Tour bbls of Men."
Evening topic iil be "M'iio." This will
te a If tim by the pastor with over Tu
tine st'-rtoptitn sllles illustrating the
life and customs of tb Kop! of Mexico.
Midweek .raver s-'rvi"- Thursdav evening,
topic. "Healing the Sick vt the Palsy."
lirfct Il.tptlst church, V. Jfseph Pt..
Kev. A. It. Whitney, pastor. Sunday
H'bool at 1:45. Morning s'rvicej at 11
o'clock. P.. V. I r. meeting at 5:43 p.
in. Evening services at 7 o'clock. Mid
wek pmyer rneotinc Thursday evening.
A specuil invitation i extended to at
4end the Sunday sejxd service ns it is
"lenonunatioi,ul day" continent wide.
Morning subject will be "The Story of
the Baptists." Topic of the evening serv-b-e
will be A Worthy Iuherinnii" "JTie
theme of the Thursdav evening praver
service will be -The Spirit of St. Patrick."
St. Paul's Eutbrran Evangelical, corner
Fourth and Church sts.. Kev. Otto Turk,
pastor. Morning services. (Jerinan. lo.
English Sunday school. English services
at 7 o'clock. Meeting of church council
after Morning services.
I'Irt Jmmanual ltuptit church. Winey
hrjll, N. Main St., Ib-v. Coekmne. Chicago.
111., will preach. Morning services at 11
a. m. Sunday school nt IKio. Evening
err Ires at 7 p. m. 11. Y. 1. U. meeting
St. lauIN Episcopal church, 61G E. Sec
ond st.. Kev. E. c. Boifers, rector. Holy
fuebarlst at 7 :oO a. in, Sunday school t 10
o clock. Matin and sermons at 11 o'clock.
espers end eermon at 7:0 p. m.
St. JorphN Catholic church, iNrner of
Hill and Third sts., Rev. Dean A. Moench,
rastor; Rev. Charles Scholl. assistant.
Low mass at 7:'M a. m. Children's naam
it 9 a. in. High mass t 10:30 o'clock.
In the afternoon baptism at 2 o'clock.
Sunday school at 2:30. Sermon at 4, fol
lowed by benediction.
St. Havo's Catholic church. West and
Seventh sts., Ker. A. Schotkacrt, pastor.
Bow mass at 7:30 a. m. High mass at ia
Vespers at 3 p. m.
Shiloh Mission, L'07 B. Joseph st. Sunday
ichool at 2:30 p. in., worker, Mrs. Peary
Salvation Army, basement, of old Metho
dist church. Capt. it. IE Hart In charge.
Meetings at 3 o'clock and 7:30 in the even.
Inir. Sundav school at 2 o'clock and Young
People Legion at 6:30 p. m.
East -Mishawaka Sunday Mhonl nt 3 p.
a. In the Gernkart cottage. Everybody 13
cordially invited to come and make th
cnoo) a success. Good music.
International ItlMe Students Associa
tion, Maceattee ball, over National bank,
corner of Main and Second, sts. Uible lec
tures Sunday afternoon at 3 p. ni. Sub
ject, "lUptisin." All are welcome.
C. A. THOMPSON
DIES AT PITTSFORD
Word was received by Leroy Ilitchner,
treasurer of the MonHor lodge No. 2So" I.
O. IK 1 Saturday morning tuiuouucing the
death of Clyde A. Thompou. Mr. Thomp
son's death Hurred Friday afternoon at
3:30 o'ekw-k at the home of his sister, Mrs.
Mabel Leonard son, at Pittsford, Mich,
l'uncral arrangements were not complet
ed at the time word was sent.
Mr. Thompson was removed from the
St. Joseph's hospital this city to the home
of bis sister, en March o. He was accom
panied by Mr. Ilitchner of this citv. Mr.
Thompson was taken ill in the west. He
then started for his home nnd bv mistake
left the train at Mishawaka. Whilo in
this city be was taken seriously ill and
was removed to the St. Joseph's hospital.
While mentally deranged Mr. Thompson
attempted suicide at the hospital.
Mrs. Frank Huber's Sunday school
class of girls of the Methodist Me
morial church was entertained with a
social and luncheon Friday evening in
tho entertainment rooms of the
church. Covers were laid for CG
guests. The tables wore beautifully
decorated with St. Patrick decora
tions. Small green flags and ribbons
were us-ed. After the luncheon was
served a social time was enjoyed.
Games and contests: featured.
One hundred men comprising the?
committee for the every-member can
vass which will he conducted by the
Methodist Memorial church, met at the
church. The canvass will be conduct
ed next Sunday afternoon.
sustains ju:oki:v lkg.
Charles Goothals and Charles Didir
will leave Sunday for Craw fords rille. Ind.,
when? they will visit with George Goe
thnls. Mr. Goethnls. wlio attends the Wa
bash college, sustained a broken leg re
cently In a basket ball game. He Is get
ting along as well as can be expected.
MOVE TO'SOrTH HEM).
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Wolheiff-r on Satur
day moved from i;. Third st. to South
Mrs. I. Cae has returned to her home
j in Edwa rdburg. Mich., after concluding
a visit with Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Ilobbins.
THE PURCHASE OF THE BRYAN DEPARTMENT STORE, TAK
ING POSSESSION ON MONDAY, MARCH 16TH.
It is our intention to give to the people of Mishawaka and sur
rounding country a shopping place where quality of merchandise,
service and courteous treatment will merit your patronage.
To make room for new merhandise now in transit we will offer
the Bryan stock in a sale with unusual money saving possibilities.
See Tuesday papers for particulars.
.no. oom ii.i. im i i:o '!';.
Mrs. Philip GoeihaK of lvr.ij Lincoln
highway at., is improving nicely.
IS SOMEWHAT IMPROVED.
Mrs. ;eorg- Hurter, C17 W. Fourth
Is slightly improvvd. she has iKra lil
for a week.
TO VIMT IN AK HON.
Fred A. Fllmann will b'nve this even
ing for Akron. G., where he will vi-dt with
John A. IP.sbel.
Ti e new lfl 4 itkmIcI Ford car can be
smii at the MUhaw-aka garage, nest dn.r
t Mhhawaka lhtel. Advt.
IS SLIGHTLY IMPROVED.
Miss Kuth (;eyer. Sll S. Main st.. who is
ill with TheumatUm is slig'.itly improved.
PINCH0T DENIES CHARGE
HE AIDED LAND THEFTS
Says Santa Vc Deal Went Through He
fore Ale Was in Charge of Na
PHILADELPHIA. March 11. Gif
ford Pinchot, candidate for the bull
moose nomination for United States
senator in Pensylvania, speaking in
regard to the allegations made in
Washington by Congressman Hum
phrey that he had connived at the
"looting by the .nta Fe railroad of
1.200. C00 acres of government land",
laughed heartily and said:
"Representative Humphrey has at
various times made attacks upon the
conservation policy which have been
completely refuted and disproved. He
now occupies substantially the position
occupied hy Senator Hej-burn, whose
frantic accusations finally ceased to
command attention whatsoever. I
presume an answer is necessary, and
it certainly is easy, to this latest ex
plosion of Mr. Humphrey.
"He challenges me to say that I
ever protested against the Santa Fe
exchange. He might equally well
challenge me to say that I protested
against Eve taking the apple in the
Garden of Eden.
"Tho exchange was managed en
tirely hy the department of the inter
ior. I was in the department of ag
riculture. "Mr. Humphrey known that I had
no responsibility in conection with
this exchange. I knew of the ex
change at the time, but I was not in
charge of the national forests until
1905, and the Santa Fe exchange was
made several years before that. If
Congressman Humphrey cares to re
peat accusations repeatedly disproved
and which he knows have been dis
proved, that is his affair."
GLYNN'S SCHEME TO GIVE
WORK T0JDLE PREPARED
First Trainload of Down and Outs AVill
Cn Xorth to Fonda on Monday
and More Will Follow.
ALBANY, N. Y March 14 Gov
ernor (Jlynn's plan to furnish employ
ment for 'he unemployed of New York
will be put in operation next Monday,
when the first trainload will leave the
Grand Central station for Fonda, N.
Y. About 50 will make up the first
consignment, including .several mar
"Arriving at Fonda," said Commis
sioner of Agriculture Hueson, "they
will be met by representatives of the
state farm bureau and the grange,
through whem arrangements will be
made with neighboring farmers. As
soon as they are comfortably located
another and much larger party will be
Great interest is being manifested
in the experiment. Moving picture
men and newspaper correspondents
have asked permission to accompany
the pilgrims out into new fields to
combat hard luck and misfortune.
Of the Captivating
In this intensely interesting and fascinating fifth series you will find
the beautiful Kathlyn Williams more charming than ever. You will
feel well repaid for any trouble to which you may be put in seeing
this sensational installment.
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ROBBED OF HIS
Bold Holdup Under Northwest
ern Viaduct in Chicago
Red Pepper Thrown in Vic
tim's Eyes Blinds Him.
CHICAGO, March 14. Daniel Ep
ner, livirw in the lirevoort hotel and
a salesman employed by his brother.
S. Epner. wholesale jeweler. ?3 Canal
St.. New York city, was robbed of un
set diamonds and jewelry valued at
The robbery took place about S
o'clock beneath the Chicago and
Northwestern railroad viaduct at Hal
sted st. and Austin av.
Epner was forced to "walk to the
viaduct, where there are no street
lights, from Grand av. and Ilalsted St..
a well lighted corner, where hundreds
of persons were walking to and fro.
Two men accomplished the robbery.
They pressed revolvers against the
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jewelry man's .ide and walked .- cl'-
to him th weapons were not i r i.y
other persons in the ?tr.
Once he was under the viaduct
of the men threw a handful of if 1
pepper Into Epner'.s eyes. His ni,.
panion wrested Kpner's i-ampl ..
from his r.and and took a hath-T
pouch from his pocket.
Th'- robbers are Ie-l:eved to
followed the jewelry salesman fr
the West ide. where he to.ir b -1
Ilalsted st. car. after showing ':.
rample t one of his customers.
Epner'y irif s a he Mrucgled .. r
his eyes of the red pepper that blit.c-
him. brought score of persons t t:
viaduct. Th'-v took Kpner to a drug
str- '. here so. .thine lotions were ap
plied. Fr.en there he was t:ik n To
the Vt 'hu.-igo av. olire static;;,
where be told h;. story.
TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS
That Quality Broadleaf Cigar
NOTlCi: or AITI.lt VTION TO TK-
ciiam: i.iijt oi; m i:r..
Notice is hereby given lo t!e ci'i.-.v ..f
tie Tair.l Wsird. of tW City ef s : i
P.end. P.n-i-ige T.WTiship. t. .1.
r.,untv. State of It;di.in:i. thit b Mi-c
1 urak.v' h. will ripply t I' aid of t' .u -liuier,Ts
of slid founty. .t tl.eir Aprd
term. rr jrniis-ien t- purcluise . f Si--P.uezky.
a -'rtalti retail li.'jwr Il
grantetl t- s.ild Steve r.ue.ky. At t . .:
Sei.tend'er term. V.Y. to ;i i:itoxl-i:iiig
li-mors in lcs iuantitic- tb.ia a Cjiiart
ji time. vi .,i t he oriviu e u
same t ! druiik
t!ie privilege vf .-rving i:i cn:sc:i
tlierevith Iiitm Ii to cu.oir.er and fr
soiling .f t)!inv,i :ui.l iien-itdoxi'T t ;
pla'-e f business where
itil It. liners :ir. to bo sI.l a;nl drunk
located on tl".e grour.d tior of the tv
storv brl-k l.uibtir.g I.n.wn as No. '
South Chajtin Stret. The tUnienle-n
said room are f.rty 40 fct ea-t ati'l v-
bv eijrhtiv'ii 1 feet n.irtli anil s i;th
W..r' Citv 'WiVL l:hlT. C.Vll.tV .' .
State; the eutrane t -id above de-'
wl t.rnil4;rxi J fr.ni M.:i!.in Street, and
the "ioutii side i f sai1 buiMlng ef M.-ti
street. MiKi: DI UAK VI M I
Chas. A. Hagerty. Atty. for Appll.-ar.'
notici: or aimiiximkation.
Notit Is hereby given. th :t the uu-i. v
slgael lus ben iippointed by the lerk .f
tlie CirMiit Court of St. .T.sc;h remit y.
State .f Indiana. Administrator -f t !
tit. f Wtlliim t! Kclllv. lite c
Jvsepli County. de-easel.
Said estate is suppose.! to be solvent.
i:inv.M:i t. kt.illy. Aim.
March 1.1. irni.
II. A. Stcis. Atty. for INtaie.
notici: or aumimstiiation.
NotU-e is hereby plvon th it tlie uni-. -signed
hts been ;ipjH.intcd ly tin1 Clirk 'f
the Cirvuit C'Hirt f St. .I.spli f. unity.
State of Iiidi:iu:t. Aliiini-.trOrix -f
Ktate f .leNi'pldne tiiersz, lat' of st. .1
beph County, -;iI.
S;M Kst:ite is numo'1 t Pe solvent.
rarabaiig-U aucnifwy the jin-jufwyptL-.i:i
A dministrat i i .
Feb. -7. lid I.
Farabaugh llngt-rty, Attornrys "-r
KstHte. f'b 1. mar 7. H
I LVN K It U 1 T C V SALL OF l'LUSON AIj
The undersigned. Trustee in p.. hi I. n.;. .
cy in tlie matKr of M;ix Coh-n. r.ink.n, :,
otfexa for sale tit p ubi i minimi u M:i
day, Mareb 1J, 1014. nt P ...:. k n. i.i .
the following personal prMperty 1 h -.i t 1 .-it.
1240 Vet Vishincton avnnie. sm::i
Hend, Indiana, to-wit : The t.Hk of r-- i -ery,
glassware, tinware, notions, i,oxi
tles. ete., furniture and tixtur-s. This
property will -je sold to tli highest l;i
der for'eJisli, fiubj t to the approval f J
Feleral Court. Sab' to l on the pr.-n.-1m-s.
For further it.forniation :-l'li
ni:. a. i..n;.
230 W. Waslilngtoii Av.. Soutii l'.nd. li I.
luar 7. 1 1
notici: or sai.i; or ici:.l it.ti:
The undersigned adtuinitrator f t '
estate of (Jarritt Hubbard, deceased. h
by gives notlee tLat by virtue of an ord-.-r
of the t. Joseph -in -ti i t oui t at the l u
ruury term thereof for the jenr l'.M4
will at the hour of t-n oVhv-k a. m. "ii
the lith day of Mar-'ii. Fdl. at the e.t
.livrtr tf tho cfilirt 1hhii ;i f Solltll I'.eil'I. St.
.1 otseph County, Indiana, and from dty
day thereafter until sol.L. offer for aV
itu'l)ll" wale. jiM the intptt tai-l -
-nt, in ;ind to the following de'-nb.-d
r-al estab1. z: The undivided oe-tiftli
l-5 of the South lilf f Lot 1 " .
Hundred Three cji:', in the Oi'.nal 1'I t
of the town Low city of S'oiitli I'.end. i.i
Said sale v-111 be mad:"1 gubjert p tlie .!.-
proval of s-aid court, for not les ilun w
thlrlp of the full a ipr.i i-e. of s..i
real estate, for eash in h ind.
U&rtWi: TORI, Adm' listrator
TOO LATi: 1'OIC t 'Mll K ATIO.N,
Two miles nortti and tv nib's ve?,t .f
Lakeville, ednesdjy, .Man !i 3. "J". n a'
buggies, all des-riptioiis : J -i head g'.,,i
-No. 1 hordes. a?-d from ." ti P) veins;
liead good mib-a rows, fre.:i and spritz
ers; 2 good brood Sov; sr ts iiew .;.. -rifss;
tine lot t i;ew farming t""
.lery Hllderbrand, Am-t ionwr.
Ul'AA9 WANTIT) MALIX
WANTi:i Married man for norL a
fruit farm. . a rate huue and gar'!.
Ilve nuniber iu Xau-ily and a-. L .
WAN'l KD Four well ..lu atr-.l. rx-.it -Iiriri":
younc men to take orders fr i
autoniobi' owners. Salary .Sl' p-r v. .
n.nd eoiiiinUiou. Se. ytr. ! irLni ie, .
Sheridan hoiw. Sunday ti.-rhih b;u.. i
10 and 3- o'l'lix-l;.
WANTL'I' Two or three gud nu n to j. .?.
r-ut onions on share. Inquire i I 1
Clothing store. Walken.n, Ind.
sU-ady jvositioa. 'a i 1 .it ir; Mi--hi,.-.in
ii r"e!i !1
ill I p-r:
WANTED Six n;'ji t d- .nie work i
South Uend. Sv tae frj:a "J t S.i -uniay
p. m. Iarri. k botd. J. F. !' ::.
WANTFI-lb IIab. s:i gb1 rr.a- t wo: k
on farm by the month. F:ig.-ne J:.
Huntly, N1s, Mid;., 11. F. I. N . 7.
WANTED Young man
trade, in.", Vistula nr.
WANTL'D Dintrb t Mani?rrn and Agents.
The Mate Manatf-r f the .:jest and
lariret monthly pr-:niura H"!th 4. Acv t
Insurance Co.. wii er.gac" ten District Maa-
j afrer Must be tuen ol ability uud billing
to Lustle. W rile r-.r lnrortuati'ja statute
age, re foresee and previous eiperleactr.
Will also engage three b-il agnti.
JOHN IiU.'F. State M.iaager.
7J4 J. M. S. Dldg.
WANTED boys to corv up Suadir
route oa the N'ens-TiiL.e. Call at CI;
cuUtion epi News-Times.
1 1 1 : L r W.VNTI U ) I T :.ma L 1
WANTED Fl:iin (k. cdor-1 lady pre
ftrnd. C.V2 E. Colfax a.
LADY rpre-iitath' for we!l k::on ar
t !. I'ieavant work. Fays tdg retur: .
Write fr iarti'ul ars. Fj L-;.'".. Nr
'llrae. WANTED Lady t I day pin:i. at aftr
Lrtj nr.d n'.grt na -tl-'U s.tir. Ap;d to
K. M. Fall, Furtiture Co.
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