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10 HAVE MISHAWAKA
MIGHT AT GARY MEET
Expect Ten Teams to Enter
State Bowling Tournament
For This City Bowlers
Hold Meeting Sunday
At an enthusiast; meeting of Mish
k'.vaka liowlr.s and bawling fans in
the disaster club rooms at tho Kll
v.;is.rr bowling hall Sundav afternoon,
nrraiKf incnts for the state bowling
tournament at ;arj. In . the early
p.irt of April, wore competed. It was
decided to s"nd about eiht or ten
teams to the tournament. Seven
team were entered Sunday afternoon
for tho tournament, o-hile It 1 ex-pec-ted
three or four more would be
entered before the entries closed Wcd
nsday. Over a bng distance wire Sunday
nitfrnoon, 11. Kllsasser .secured
Saturday and Sunday, April 11 and 12,
as the dates for the local teams. The
event will be known and advertised
as Mishawaka night at the stab?
tournament. Arrangements- for spec
ial cars to convey the bowlers and
fans will be made. The Hve-ir.en
events will We rolled on Saturday niht
and th doubles and singles on Sin
day. The teams to participate in
th state meet will be announced later
The following is the so nedule for
this week's bowling on the Fllsasser
alleys:
Monday ity league. Regulars vs.
Ireyhoiuids; Mi?liavak;i league. Some
Pep's vs. pirates: Sout'x Rend Watch
factory league. Oflice s. Dials.
Tuesday City league. Ambidexters
vs. Nationals; Mishawakii league,
Crescents v.-. Oscars; Watch Co.
league, Timing vs. Damaskeening;
South Rend and Mishawaka Factory
league. Studeliakers vs. Dodges.
Wednesday City league. City Hall
. Rllsassers; Mishawaka league.
Rubber lie vs. Plying lutchmen;
Watch Co. Pague, Adjusters vs. Plat
Steels.
Thursda.v ity league. Renedieta vs.
Dad's Specials; Mishawaka league.
Realty's vs. Hoosiers; Watch Co.
league. Matchers vs. Finishing.
Priday P.all Hand league, Cems vs.
Vac's, Jac's vs. Pac's. Knits vs. Sox.
The following is the otllcial stand
ings of the leagues for the week:
city lfac.ff.
F.Hsaser.s . .... ..... P 14 . 7 u
Regulars 11 14
Benedicts . . . 1 7 11
Dad's Specials 1 7 1 . filii
Ambidexters 1 17
! t . O I t
City Halls If. 17 . 4SI
trevhounds :-r-r-. --. . . T In .454
Nationals Pi -0 '.393
- misiiawcvTiv ij:a;ff.
Some Pop's . L'l 1L .r,3fi
Plying Dutch '....... P. 11 . 7 7
'rec nts P.' 14 . f7 5
Rubber lie's 1 ! 14 . 575
'.-cars
I realty's
Pirates
.15
. 1 X
. i
. 1L"
1 S
I'M
.45 4
..5U5
u "
i '
. u l o
1 loosiers
WATCH IWITOUV UlVCa'F.
Plat Steels . 10 11
6n o
Timing IS 12 .600
MatcherK 1 r 14 .533
I "inishin 15 15 .500
Damaskeening It D
Adiusters 1 ' 17 .4 33
otllei- 13 IT .4 33
Dials 12 is .400
MAMTACM Kbits'
Singers IS 12 .COO
Studebakers 17 13 . 56
I?all P.ands ...14 1 .46r
Watch lu torv H K. . Ififi
Dodge U 1 . . 4 66
Olivers 13 17 .4 33
halij hani jjLt;n:.
Sox 22 It .611
Vac's 21 15 .5 S3
Pac's 21 15 .5S3
. lems 17 10 .4 73
.lac's , 1 20 .144
Knits 11 . 30o
GIRLS ENJOY "STAG
AT WILKL0W HALL
f "Rlevrn irls on Saturday even.ng
' pleasantly enjoyed a "sUig'' party in
;the Wilk'low hall. The hail was pret
tilv lecorated in black and yellcrv.
iTlio girls camo attired in various cos
'tumes. Including "Yum Yum Ciirls."
i'Pajama Cirl." "lkiseball Player,"
'Football Player." olown. 1 i 1 1 1 girl
.and an Indian maiden.
' A number of excellent musical
lectionr wero contributed during he
'evening' y tho Misses Mlnni" Nupert,
Preida Hinei ara Katlti?e:i Baker.
,Vocal selections were- also features of
'entertainment. in an app'.e contest
the favor was won by Miss Oeorgie
Iargo and "Miss Kathleen Paker was
awarded the prize in the bean contest.
K;ch girl present received a souvenir
of the occasion.
An tine ihree course luncheon was
rvcd.
A flashlight of the group was taken
by Kay lor.
AITi:lIN(i 4'0Vi:THX.
C. P. Kaylor I'll Monday m'ornir.g
for Indianapolis where he will attend
the photographers' convention.
xonci:.
Stated meeting of Mihawaka chap
ter. No. 267. . i:. S.. Tuestlay even
ing. APC.PSTA MAY.. W. M.
Al.l.li: MICHAFU Seo.
MISHAWAKA CLASSIFIED.
nK SAMI House and lot in Kiver
- Park by owner. Worth $?50. will
pell for $s,"o. i ne r two good
horses v ill be accepted in par.t pay
ment. Palar.e on easy terms. T.
Adams. 104 W. Third M. Home
'hone 25i.
ALI-. KINDS of household goods
bought .nd sold. Adams. 10 4 W.
Third st. Home phone 259.
loll SALP. OK FXCHANC.K 10
room modern house. corner lot.
66x115 1-2; 1 block from oar line: 4
Mocks from center of business dis
trict; 3 lots S. Main t.. paved, 6
bU.eks from center of city; 1 lot on
P. 4th st.. rinse to factories. Owner
anxious, what have you got? Inquire
Henry De;roote, 121 S. West st.
TOR SALi: Household poods a!niot new.
Cl.eup If taLea at ouie. oil S. Lozan.
FOP. i:i:NT. A flat of four rooms,
over 124 Lincoln Highway, ea."t.
Tn.nirft at 203 -X. Church it.
NO FREE WATER TO
PUBLIC BUILDINGS
To Continue Investigation of
Park Lanes Contracts Re
ceive Communications From
Utilities Commission.
City Attorney R. H. Jernegan re
ported on the matter of investigation
of the Kast l.and jark contract at tho
meeting of the board of public works
held Monday morning. He went into i
the contracts between the city and the
Citizens liealty Co., in regard to the
purchase of the (Jcnhart tract in the
extreme east eni of Washington park.
Mr. Jernegan Mill continue his inves
tigation in this matter.
City Controller Walter Michael read
a communication from the Indiana
state utilities commission in regard
to "Free Water Service in Public
F.uild.ngs in Any Community". A.c
corcing to the communication every
public building. including hospitals,
parochial schools and public schools,
orphans' homes and all other public
buildings, must pay for the water they
use. Til is paces the water depart
ments on a "Otind linancial basis. Al
though the water was given freo to the
school.-; unci ether public buildings. It
was paid by the taxpayer in some
other way, so that the only change,
will be in the business system of the
water department. City Attorney
Jernegan also reported a communi
cation from the utilities commission in
regard 'to a schedule for water and
electric rates in cities. They stated
ti:at no general system is being plan
ned by the commission but cited the
manv 'methods 'being used by various
cities throughout this state. They
also sent a blank to be tilled out by
the tlicials in regard to the water
department. The matter was refer
red to :. F. Crabill. Walter Michael
and Ralph Jernegan.
The matter in regard for the peti
tion for a "water main on S. Webster
st., "was taken up and a motion was in
troduced by A. D. Warner that the
water main be installed when tho. rev
enue and city finances warrant and
when a deposit is made at the city
treasurer's olllce.
IHHLi: STUDY CLASSKS.
Kast Mishawaka Friday evening,
7:0, with Mrs. George ltichardson,
1327 K. Third st.
Women's Uibl class Tuesday, 2:30
o'clock, with Mrs. 11. K. Strubbe. 4.ia
Indiana a v.
Men's Pible class Wednesday, r:30
with H. 11. Hutchinson.
Section 6 Friday. 2:30 o'clock, with
Mrs. Doolittle. Union and Sewnth sts.
Section 10 Wednesday, 7:30, with
Mrs. Ira Hathaway.
Section 13 Tuesday. 7:30, with
Mrs. W. 13. Christophel.
Section 14 Tuesday. 2:30; with
Mrs. W. Briner. 229 W. P roadway.
Business G iris Monday, 7:30, at
Methodist Memorial church.
Home Girls Tuesday, 3 o'clock,
with Mrs. Margaret Davis.
Twin I J ranches Thursday. I:o0,
with Mrs. Krnest Carter.
1UUTHS.
A son is the recent arrival at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zeiger,
residing six miles southwest of tho
city. Mrs. ZeUer was formerly Miss
Cora S'chmeltz. 213 K. Fighth st.
Twins, two sons, were born Sunday
to Mr. and Mrs. Onarles Kronewitter,
residing east of tlvs city.
SCHOOL CHILDREN
TO GIVE PAGEANT
An entertainment in -which 200 pu
pils of the Uingham school will take
part is to he .staged next Friday eve
ning, Saturday afternoon and eve
ning' in the auditorium of the high
school. The program will consist of
a pageant In two divisions, one pro
traving historical features and the
other industrial. In the. industrial di
vision each child will represent a
certain commercial enterprise of the
citv. In addition to . the pageant
chorus and musical selections will go
to complete the program. A small ad
mission fee will be charged.
is vi:hy itx.
Mrs. John Kenner. K. Kighth st.. is
very ill.
VISITING lUXATIYKS.
Mr. and Mrs. I,loyd Jacobs. Clayton.
Mich., are in the city visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. John Chandler, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl X. Perkins and Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Terkin?.
itirrruNs itiom homi:.
K. C. Uunn has returned from a
business trip to Chicago.
ACCKITS POSITION'.
John l.eyes, E. Kighth st.. has tak
en a position with the Dodue Manu
facturing Co.
CONCLUDES VISIT II EKE.
Mrs. Ijawronoo Keinhait has re
turned to her home in Eogansncrt
after concluding a several days' visit
with her mother, Mrs. Esther Shana
lield, W. Eighth st.
TAKES NEW POSITION.
T. 1. Peers of the Fniteil News
depot. Lincoln Highway cai-t. left
Monday morning for Dos Moines, Ja..
where he will accept a position. V.
H. Peers will manage the news depot
for Peers Bros.
ARK Est DRUNK.
A man too intoxicated to remem
ber his own name was picked up
Monday morning on N. Main Ft. by
Patrolman Jarrett. After being tak
en to the station lie still failed to be
able to give his name. He was lock
ed up in the city jail, ponding a hear
ing, which will be held Tuesday.
NOTICE.
T. the undersigned, wi'd not be re
sponsible for any debts contracted by
mv wife. uue Higginson.
Advt. HALE HIGGINSON.
PUUI.IC SALE.
Tuesday. March 2 4. eight horses,
six cows. 2j hog?, and implements.
Two miles northeast of Osceola. Tako
interurban car to fetation 13. Huns
berger, auctioneer.
Advt. MARTIN FOX.
Telephone Your
Items to
The News
Time
123 S. MAIN" ST.
BcH Phono 10
Home Fftone 119
POLICE HMD RESULTS
IN ARREST OF SIX IN
Proprietor of Business House
States That He Was Enter
taining' Friends All Out on
Bonds.
In a raid of an alleged poker
game late .Sunday right, at the Ernest
P.rassovanyi studio, Martin Anderson,
Charles Dutts, Willis Lott, George
Hicks, Hans I Peterson and- E.
IJrassovanyi were arrested and taken
to the police station by a fcquad of
patrolmen, where they were given a
release on cash bonds of $50 each,
excepting Urassoxanyl, who was
placed under a $100 cask bond. Ac
cording to the police otlicials, card
playing has been going on at that
place of business for some time, but
this is the firt raid that has been
attempted at this place or on many
of tho other games, which, it is said,
are in progress in Mishawaka since
the new regulation of the new admin
istration went into effect.
Tho police made the raid without
warrants, breaking down the door and
claim that they caught the men with
the 'goods." They say that $11.60
was in the alleged "pot" in the cen
ter of the table. , Other money was
lying openly on the table, in front of
various players. There was no dis
turbance when the police entered the
room with drawn revolvers. It is
said that the men were greatly sur
prised and went to the station almost
dumbfounded.
Mr. Brassovanyi made a statement
Monday morning that no t gambling
was in progress Sunday night in his
place of business and that there had
been no gambling. He said that
friends came to the place from time
to time and. sociable card games were
enjoyed. He saitl that .Sunday after
noon a number of friends came into
the place, with the intention of hav
ing a group photograph made. The
men sat around, according to Mr.
Hrassovanyi. and some one suggest
ed a sociable game of cards. He said
there was no attempt to hide the
card playing. that brilliant lights
were burning ir. the room and a por
tion of the groi'p of men could be
seen through the window in the alley.
Mr. Hrassovanyi is greatly incensed
over the action of the police and
stated that ho intended to secure at
torneyq to light the. matter in the
courts.
The six men will be given a hear
ing before Judge Feig in the city
court Tuesday evening at 7:30 on
charges of gaming. This will be the
first oftense of the kind to be brought
before City Judge Feig. Just what
disposition of the case, if the parties
are found guilty, is not known, but it
is hardly thought that this court will
be as severe with the men as in
South .'lend. Recently men found
guilty of" gaming in South Iend were
given i $30 line and 10-day jail
sentence.
COAL CONSUMER.
Do you know you have lost from
CO ctnts to 73 cents on every ton of
roal you have bought thi? winter?
Have you thought of this? Why don't
you buy right? Try us and find out
for yourselves. Let us have your fu
ture orders. Kronewitter Coal vards.
.:ir S. Union st. Home phone 322.
Advt.
NOTICE.
The annual meeting of the Misha
waka Cemetery association will be
held Tuesday afternoon. March 2. at
4 o'clock, in Mayor Gaylor's office,
city hall, to elect seven directors for
coining year. All lot owners are re
quested to attend.
Advt. Edith Shobe, Sec. and Treas.
WOMAN'S CLUB TO
HAVE A BUSY WEEK
The coming week will be a
one for the departments and
bll:
meni-1
hers of the Alishawaka Women's club.
A general club meeting will bo held
next Saturday afternoon in the par
lors of the Methodist Alemoriat
church. The department of art of
the club will have charge of tbe
meeting. Rem brant's Etchings will
be the subject discussed. After the
meeting a social hour will be en
joyed. On Alonday evening the department
of music of the club will hold a -meeting
in the parlors of the Alethodist
Atemorial church. lesser composers
will be the topic. The composers to
be discussed will be Carl Goldmark
ntiil l.'n r.Al1iiit ll.....nnr.i:nni. At:
Long and Miss Wybrant will have
charge of the .ies.sion.
A meeting of the department of j
art will be held Thursday afternoon
in the entertainment rooms of the
Alethodist Memorial church. Modern
Life in Holland and Relgium will be
the subject of the afternoon. Mrs
Margaret S. Davis will have "har-l
of the meeting. f
AWARD CONTRACT.
The A. H. Andrews Co. of Chk ae
has been awarded the contract for
the remodeling of the Mishawaka
Trust and Savings Co. building of
thin city. The company will install
new vault equipment and make other
improvements to the bank interior.
The contract for the painting and
decorating probably will be let to a
local contractor.
last or li:ti:v sf.kmoxs.
The last of the series of Lenten
sermons at the Methodist Memorial
church will be given next Thursdav
eveninir bv the n.-istnr Tho sarv.rt
t ' - j - - - r - - . . i i i i u 1 1 c
have been a feature of the Thursdav
evening meetings during I'nt. After
the meeting the Probationers class
will follow with an address by the
pastor. H will talk on the rules of
the Alethodist Episcopal church.
MONTHLY MEITTIXC;.
The regular monthly meeting
the Women's Foreign Alissionary
ciety will be held at the home
of
Airs. S. K. AlrQuillen of 21 S E. Third
st.. Tuesday afternoon at C p. m.
Anyone interested in foreign mission
work is invited to attend.
TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS
MAYOR MAKES HEALTH
BOARD APPOINTMENTS
Mayor It. TV. Gaylor Monday morn
ing announced the appointments of
j the city board of health. The men
appointed are Dr. C. A. Dresch, Dr. E.
I J. Ball and Harry J. McMannls. 51?
; W. Joseph Ft. There has been much
discussion among Mishawaka, citizens
F'.nce the inauguration of the new ad
ministration in regard to the appoint
ment of the citv board of health.
No reason was given for the lengthy
delay in making the appointment of
this board. Many people have com
plained and wondered why some ac
tion wasn't taken before, as it i felt
that this is one of the most important
bodies in the municipal affairs of the
city.
Drs. Dresch and Ball are very well
known to the people of Mishawaka,
Dr. Drech is a former member of
i this board. Mr. McMannis is the so
called labor representative of tho
j board. He i? an employe of the
Misnawaka Woolen Co., ar.u is'a snoe-
maker by trade. He has been a resi
dent of this city for the past 12 years.
RETntXS TO lCI.KHART.
Ira J. Smythe has returned to li is
home in Kikhart after spending Sun
day visiting with I. II. Page of the
People's drug store.
TO HOLD KLixrnox. ,
The Home Guards of the Metho
dist Memorial church will meet in the
church parlors Tuesday afternoon at
4 o'clock for the annual election of
officers. After a business session a
picnic supper will be served.
liiagui: cuoiit MEi-rrs.
The Kpworth league chorus choir
of the Methodist Memorial church
held a meeting at the home of
Francis Peters, 130 W. Marion st.,
Saturday evening. The meeting was
largely attended.
HOME GUARDS TO MEET.
The Home Guards society of the !
.Methodist Memorial church will meet
at the home of Mrs. Janet Mecklen
burg, 821 Lincoln Highway east, Sat
urday afternoon at i: :C0.
POSTPONE 3IEETIXG.
A meeting of the south side read
ing circle of the Methodist Memorial
church has been postponed for an
other month.
LARGE BODY OF fiIEN
RECEIVE COMMUNION
Between 500 and COO men tf the St.
Joseph's Catholic church on Sunday
morning received the sacrament of
Holy Eucharist in a body at the 7
o'clock mass. This body of men com
prised the membership of the Holy
Name society of the church. Over 200
new members were received Sunday,
which will bring the membership of
that society to over COO, including the
young men and the married men.
Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock a
special sermon for the unmarried
men was given by the Rev. Dean L.
A. Moench. This sermon was very
well attended.
A class of children will receive
their first holy communion at St. Jo
seph's Catholic church on Sundav,
April 19.
Wednesday the feast of the Annun
ciation will be celebrated with a high
mass at 8 o'clock in the morning.
REMAINS OF LATE
.MRS. DIROLL ARRIVE
The remains of the late Mrs. Peter
Diroll, sr., arrived in the city Monday
afternoon at 1 o'clock from Logans
port, Ind.. where she died Sunday.
Mrv. Diroll was a well known former
resident of this city, and resided at
that time at the family residence on
S. West st.
She is survived by her husband,
Peter Diroll, four daughters, Mrs. Ed
ward Yoss, Xlies, Mich., Mrs. Walter
Mclntyre, Miss Katherine Diroll, of
this city and Mrs. X. Roy Shambleati
of South Rend, twe sons, P. C. Diroll
of this city and John Diroll of Toledo,
Ohio.
Funerar arrangements have not yet
been made.
i WILL ENTERTAIN THIMBLE.
j Mrs. Bruce Snook will entertain the
j Pythian thimble Tuesday afternoon at
I her home on South Seventeenth st.
FINED ON TWO CHARGES.
Ike Wells was fined $5 and co"sts on
a charge of public indecency and $."
and costs for public intoxication Mon-
uaJ "juiuh'k m uie i:n ponce court
jn.. , ! : a! : . it j.
by Judge r eig. I he fines and costs
amounted to They were not paid
but an effort is being made to secure
the money.
RETURNS FROM ELKHART.
P. H. Eckstein has returned from
Elkhart, where he spent Sunday.
SEND REMAINS TO IOWA.
Mrs. Jessie Schott, who died at St.
Joseph's hospital Several weeks ago,
and whose remains were placed in a
receiving vault at tho Rivervicw cem
etery in South Rend, were removed
i froni the cemetery to the Finch and
J Sprague chapel Saturday
afternoon.
Short funeral services were held over
the remains Sunday morning at 8:30
at the chapel. Rev L. C. Rogers of St.
Paul's Episcopal, church officiated.
The remains were then sent to
Clear Lake. Ia. for burial and were
accompanied by Leslie Flood, of Chi
cago. Mr. Flood is a son of the de
ceased. LOSES FINGER.
B.' K. Beshara. residing on E. Elev
enth 1st., while at work in a local fac
tory Alonday morning, had his right
hand caught in a wheel, taking off one
finger. Air. Beshara was taken to his
home.
BIRTH OF SONS.
: A son was born Sunday to Air. and
Mrs. Glen Roe, 3K W. 'Joseph st
A son arrived Sundav to Air. and
Mrs. Fred. Ciowson, 224 W. Lawrence
t
! st-
BIBLE CLASS MEETING.
A meeting of the Willow Creek Bi
ble class will be held Thursday even
ing at the home oC Mrs. Robert Mc
Knight. VISITS IN CITY.
Rev. Edwin Alayer, of Bremen spent
Monday visiting with relatives in this
city. .
TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS
TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT AD.
SCENES IN BELFAST. STRONGHOLD OF ULSTER, WHERE INTERNAL
WAR MAY SOON RAGE OVER HOME RULE QUESTION
9
ft" TTT v. iCLL
ALBERT MEMORIAL SQUARE,
BKLKAST.
VILLA ATTACKING
T0RRE0N; REBELS
GAIN ADVANTAGES
(COXTIXUED FROM PAGE OXE)
missary department was called to his
attention. "One of the reasons I de
layed the attack on Torreon was to
put my commissary department in
good condition. We have plenty of
supplies, and, what is better, those in
charge of them know how to get good
food as well as to give good attention
to the men."
MLAKE SUKVEV.
LOS ANGELES, Calif.. March 2 3.
"Six Japanese engineers bearing pass
ports and letters from Huerta have
recently made an elaborate military
survey of Magdalena bay and a care
ful examination of soil, water supply
and mineral deposits of the country
eastward, far inland.
"Tho chief of the engineers depart
ed December whether to Mexico City
or to one of the American ports, is
uncertain to communicate with his
government. 11 is men .are reported
at Cedros island, off the L,ower Cali
fornia coast, in their big power boat,
making further surveys while they
await the return of their leader. He
is expected back within this month
with promise that developments will
follow- rapidly."
This information was brought to
Los Angeles by William E. Allen and
George E. Allen, brothers, who return
ed a few days ago from an adven
turous exploration and moving picture
trip to Magdalena.
DENIES REPORT.
VERA CRUZ. March 2H. The ca
bled report of the resignation of Nel
son O'Shaughnessy as charge d'af
faires of the United States embassy in
Mexico City was flatly denied Sunday
by Mr. O'Shaughnessy himself. He
added that his trip here was purely for
his health. He and the British
chargo d'affaires. Mr. Hohler, who
traveled with - him from the capital,
had intended to leave tonight on the
return trip to Mexico City, but miss
ed th train. The special car went
with the regular trains.
CROSS TO U. S.
KL, PASO. Texas, March '".). One
hundred federal troops stationed at
San Ignacio, on the border east of
Liaredo. evacuated Saturday and lied
across the Rio Grande, according to
advances received Sunday night by
constitutionalist officials. It is not
stated whether or not the troops have
been arrested by the American auth
orities. GERMAN CHEMIST AS
"MODERN BLUEBEARD"
PAYS DEATH PENALTY
FRAXK FORT OX ATA IX, March 2 3.
Karl Ilcpf, who was sentenced to
death on Jan. 17, for poisoning his
first wife, was executed today. Hopf
who was a druggist and chemist, had
a wide knowledge of poisons and used
this knowledge in his murderous op
erations. According to the authori
ties he had poisoned four persons and
during his trial became known as the
"modern" Iiluebeard.
AVIATOR AND ONLOOKER
VICTIMS OF A CURIOUS
TRAGEDY ON MONDAY
BALK. Switzerland. Alarch 2C. X
curious double tragedy resulted here
Alonday from an aviation fatality. A
spectator at the aerodrome was over
come when Herr Berger. a German
aviator, fell from a height of 1,200
feet while looping the loop, ami drop
ped dead. Berger had nearly every
bono in his body broken.
RIVER PARK.
River Park churches were, well at
tended .Sunday, both morning and
evening. At the Alethodist Episcopal
church the pastor. Rev. Charles C.
Ford, preached the morning sermon,
taking for his theme, "The Responsi
bility of - Church Membership". Fol
lowing the sermon the sacrament of
baptism was administered to a large
class of probationers, after which they
were received into full membership
with the church. In tho evening the
Rev. Charles II. Law, of Chicago, de
livered the sermon. His theme wa
"Tho Prints of the Kails". Miss Elsie
Kops gave an interesting talk at the
Epworth league devotional on "A Pris
oner of Hope".
Air. and Airs. E. J. Bickel, of S. Six
teenth St., entertained at 6 o'clock
dinner yesterday. The out-of-town,
guest were Mr. and A'rs. Frank
Bickel, of Elkhart. Ind.
AIrs B. H. fc'nook, l:'l S. Seventeenth
st.. will entertain the Pythian Sisters
Tuesday afternoon.
Air. and Airs. William Shuler. of
Elkhart, Ind., were Sunday guests of
Air. and Airs. Frank Shuler.
Tho Eadies Aid society of the AI. E.
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church are making arrangements to
entertain their husbands Tuesday,
March Zl.
Miss Lulu Martin, of Jacksonville,
111., who is visiting relatives here, has
gone to Elkhart for a week's visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Shideler.
Mr. and Mrs. William Morrow en
tertained at dinner Sunday in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Tilden Forest. Covers
were placed for eight.
Robert, little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank K. Wolfe, of S. Seventh st.. who
is ill with scarlet fever and whooping
cough, is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller, of X.
Eighth st., entertained with a dinner of
10 covers Sunday, complimenting Mr.
and Mrs. Marshall Ball.
Mrs. Edward McPall and son have
gone to Benton Harbor. Mich., for a
two weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs.
M. Lanning.
Edward Uogers, of Smith st.. made
a husines strip to Elkhart Monday.
The ladies of Live Oak Grove No. 1
successfully surprised Mrs. Winlield
Forest Saturday evening at her home,
1101 S. Sixth st. The evening was
pleasantly spent with music and danc
ing. A two-course luncheon was
served.
Mr. and Mrs. George Colb returned
today from Vicksburg. Mich., where
they' were called to attend the funeral
of Mr. Cobb's brother, Wiber Cobb.
Mr. and Mrs. George Fetters and
children have returned from a few
days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Hoffman, of Ardmore. Ind.
Ralph McCoy, of Casopolis, Mich.,
spent Sunday here, the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Angel and family, of Misha
waka av.
Rev. O. Spitler, of S. Seventh- st.,
has returned from Amboy, Ind., where
he was attending the theological insti
tute. Mrs. E. Davis is a guest of her
daughter, Airs. Charles Koontz, of
Pleasant st.
Miss Mabel Blankenbaker, of X.
Seventh St., who has been taking
treatment at Kpworth hospital, was
removed to her home this afternoon,
very much improved.
Harry Hammbn, of Chicago, was a
Sunday guest of Miss Sadie I'alge, S.
Eighth st.
Rev. Charles II. Law, of Chicago,
has been visiting Rev. and Mrs.
Charles C. Ford, of X. Ninth st., for
several dayrr.
Airs. J. Sherwood, of X. Seventh st.,
is renorted ill.
The Young Ladies' Sunshine club
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A THRILLING STORY' OF LOVE AND TRAGEDY.
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legitimate thrills artistically presented with a powerful appeal
to all classes. A tense heart in V rest drama featuring spectacular
scenes. A lierce struggle on a jagged cliff with a sensational piun'o
to the rocks below; a territtlc liirht between two desperate men cling
ing to a fast moving train are some of the scenes in this tenso drama.
This bill will be accompanied by a good Western Drama and a
Foolshead Comedy.
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A Dctex-tive Story Different From the Others.
ADULTS 10c
Theater
TWO RIG FEATURES
Kalcm Drama in Two Parts
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The enmity between the young wife and stepson vanishes when
danger threatens. Sho shoots at what both had thought to Le a burg
lar and finds she ha shot her husband.
Yitagraph reaturo InTvvo Parts.
"Jerry's Uncle's Namesake"
A false newspaper report, makes him tho father of an infant;
his uncle gives him a fat check and start for home: ho changes his
mind and returns to Jerry's house to find ho is tho father of twins,
triplets and" quadruples.
ADULTS 10c Children 5c
Coming rriday Tho SUth Scries of
"TJin ADVKXTLTLFS OF KATHLYX."
CHILD Ri: 5-
ADFLTS 10c
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IX HIGH .ST.. BELFAST
will meet Thursday afternoon with,
Miss Dorothy Denyes, of X. Eighth s.
Rev. Applebv. superintendent of tloj
South Bend district of the AI. E.
church, will hold a quarterly confer
ence following the prayer meetinp:
Wednesday eveniug at the River Parle
church.
Airs. A. J. Berry has returned to
Throe Rivers. Alich., after concluding
a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Berry,
and Air. and Airs. Myers, of Dale st.
Stubborn. Annoying Hmlw Curtnl
"My husband had a cough for fifteen
years and my ton for eight years. I r.
king's Xew Discovery completely
cure them, for which I am most
thankful." writes Airs. David Aloor. ot!
Siginaw, Ala. What Dr. King's XVw
Discovery did for these men. it will
do for you. Dr. King s Xew Discovery
should be in every home. Stop
hacking coughs, relieves la grippe and
all throat -and lime ailments. Money
back if it fails. All druggists. Prieej
r.Oc and $1.00.
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At the Auditorium of the
Mishawaka
High School
March 24, at 8 o'clock
p. m.
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