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FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 191!
11 Telephone Your Items to The News Tirnea 123 S. MAIN ST. Dell Phone 10 Home Phono 118 THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. BR LRUS NEAR RUIN DECLARES WABASH MANAGER MliMAWAMA 61 1 MY MFFTIHR flN ' ! IIUL. Ulll IllUUIIIfU Ull mm me 'The Call to Advance is Morning Theme Many Noted Speak ers Talk on Several Subjects. Tho main ailtlr? of the Friday 3norninfr .ossion of !!: conference of the Northern Indiana M-thotIlt minis ters was Kiv-!i )y ltihop (Jldli.-im. The topic v.-;is "Foreign Missions", Tho sjie;kr said that there could lie no foreign mission if there was not a firm l :cis in tlie church at homo. Tin hishop -ai'l that if we had a high er M'l.'i' of spiritualist there would "i n jioerty in this country. He .-aid that the gospel is nut fully ii 1 ii -1 in t 1 or understood in the local ities in which we lind .squalid poverty. "IN-hind all economical conditions lies ,- fails to lie a spiritual founda tion," said he. "'if this is true in our own larol where there are compara tively few poor, what must it he in a land where there are hundreds of thousands that never have the oppor tunity to o to l-ed at nlKht saying that for once thev have had enough j..od ? "Il is not that people arc horn in poverty hut damned into it. Such o -redations are found in paganism that they cannot he descrihed. The wnue slave mure oi tins country uoes; l ot compare witn the conditions found ' in the religion of these countries u h re the mother gives up her daugh- l'T to th temple to he used as a lure ?or men to come to the temple. The traditions of India are so firmly hased lhat it is almost impossihh- to gain headway against their prejudices. "They said that they have had more leisure to uo into religious questions to ;i greater depth than we have, there lore their religion is superior. "TIip' Indians are awakening to the "forces of Christianity. At one time the missionaries wet e satisfied to hap i i.e an individual, now they require Ins whole family. Bishop Warren has succeeded in converting whole villages ;;t a time." The hishop closed his re marks hy showing that the foreign mission collection should not he con sidered in the light of a bothersome tax, hut rather a great opportunity to 'o good. Dr. C II. Kit khride, of Chicago, ad 'rcssod the conference in behalf of the American Ilihle society, lie out lined the Rreat work and Kood that is being done by this society in distribut ing bibles in all countries;. Ir. Thomas Nicholson, president of the board of education of the Metho dist church, gave many helpful sug gestions as to ways of conducting Methodist colleges. . lie showed the r.ced for such colleges and the :reat good thai comes from them. Tr. F. D. ltovard. president of the. t board of Home Missions and Church Kxtension society, said that all the great works of the church are depend ent upor his department because they :re responsible for the ministers and Many of the church buildings. None of the great work could be carried on without these factors. He showed that tho home missions are a great power In holding and converting peo ple to Methodism. Hishop Henderson called attention in the fact that this conference is partly responsible for the support of the Xew Orleans college and Flint Medical college for negnns. He. said that the should give ? Jo, 000 or about cents per capita per ai'num from this conference. After opening the conference se6-f-ion. Hishop McDowell retired as pre- .Mding ot!ie 1 erson. r in favor of Hishop Ileip Figures from the statistician snow inai no- cMwcieiice o:snui uas iiaineu -i.'.o'.j members and List year. This is less than eight per probatione rs a gain of. a. cent. since little J. . KIsllKI. IIKKi:. A. Kbliej. Akron. .. spent Trt iting with relatives ati.i frlcruN city. Mr. Kihd tyms frnierlv Toll n d iv i i,i this eoisi.e.o-u witn iiif .Mi"n,ivak:i Woolen the IT'MI- u ma tnring Co.. but 1 now vib's manager ef the Goodrich Kub- VInITI.NC. sistkk. Mi. Mirinrrf lbnVy. .lacks. m. .Mich., 1- r iir In cr with her sUter. Mr. A. 11. .Mutlieiu, I.iaoln highway west. Breaks the Fetters That Bind Men Hundred Here Know It. 'T.re.ik -i way from that ailment or eoinpl.tint that unfit you for biisines" or phv'sure. Veil can n.t exp'-t the fullest eaj.y ment or i-hasure in life fettered t a ".Inc." says an eminent physician, writing tv n prominent bijlties man l:j this cit. T.rrak the ft -ler thai bi::d yoti ! Throw them cff. Ib'gia a low life today - now. l;guiate t.e hours of '.ee;. t'luoe uirefully your fo.l. Ucid cheerful inspiring papers or hoks. bet the following prescription be i;m, reg ularly for n'er.il vks r n.juth and ail such symptoui as th-e will vanish: I mil, sunkru ete: oM et retult te iM' ka.-he. Load. u he. !ti'.n n.h, tl;lu:ir nr i v.-r fat), weak ui t!.' si:ie. lull hl:;g, .;it- bf'ie the e. p.ii:.s hi i-a.-k ef bead. treUihliSig. Jaticue. 'fj.op..le:u-yf tmj'uited nauiory. los of ap :iie t'alo.y niu'i.'". shrlnk g sk'.ij. cuis'Jp.'tivm. kbho-y .r, !e.s and ti g:u-iil r-s;;ev,ilVi ia:.'.l::' t do iiup-Ttaat iut:.TS w ii he h.i u". i be ;.:ie." l'or tie : ft. flit 'l t.'.o.e w!:,) a i.!..r.iti-;i of fail. .T.d lr: c Le.iit'j a.tid nli the l.ttppl'a at oni paii!:ig it. tie f. llown.g Iwojio tr-atiaet:t givva. It e-'titaii.-s ;,. plater e.- 1... ..-.'r.-a.- g .Iritis u;.'itefr. M! t: ..t and ::o or,.- will be the wlrr as to yottr a?- ni. tp.n. The treatment Is sim;.".c. r-- ili ati.l ( r : e t. I.e.t.l;.. :ri'-'g.i' upp!y t;. tiro-f.. ;. vtr:!,t.c ati'i es. ;.. la oiie-m: :: e lnttl--s, re-.oly Get t Ji r.'. ni..ii syrup s irs.!j.,irili i .on.poiitid. .u i w It b e:ie "ill.-'1 :;. ;-U'.d tlnbl b-i!niw..rt. ;ir.d st..::.l iu.i h.urH. Add i I..' lll;.-e '.: p.. u :, , ..;;r. . irdh I. ;:k1 oti" .,'j: . e tin-'iiin . 4,a i.e a : p. i i : 1 n I ; rd a 111 i a i . .!iake we'd Jl?:d C a k- a te;iHp-H.!iful after ea.-h nteai and one ul bedtime. pa(jj: CELIE FINED 5100 FOR ASSAULT AND BATTERY Found Guilty of Assault, Not Guilty "With Intent" De- Vos to File Civil Suit Against Celie. Bernard Celie was lined $100 and costs amounting to $tly. and GO day a in Jail by City Jude Kalph S. Feig in the city pol.'vo court, when he was found guilty of assault and battery Ftiday morning. He was found not fruilty of the charges of assault and battery with .intent. The Jail sentence was suspended and Celie Is making arrangements to pay his line. According to the evidence Adrian DeVos was in a west end saloon the evening before the assault occurred in company with Celie and .several others. iJeVos was thrown out of the saloon, while Celie and his compan ions remained in the building. The next morninu when IeVos returned to his work at a local factory and at which place Celie is also employed, DeVos, it was alleged went to where Celie was working and asked him the reason for his being thrown out of the saloon the night before. He then i threatened Celie by saving that he would get even, ordered him from Three times Celie his part of the fac tory. There was no further advance, when Celie grabbed a shovel, raising it in the air, struck DeVos across the front of the head, crushing the bones of the face and fracturing the skull above the right eye. from which a piece of bone one inch wide and two inches long was removed. After strik ing DeVos Celie left town and went to Detroit, Mich., where he stayed for one week. He was brought back by relatives and submitted to arrest. FJeven witnesses testified, three for the state and eiht for the defense. INFORMATION MEN HAVE COMPLETED THEI RWORK Thursday afternoon the crew of In formation gatherers for the Misha waka section of the 'outh Hend city directory, completed their work here. A complete canvass was made of the entire city and officials of the directory claim that the directory this year will be the most complete record of Misha wakans issued in several years. Tho book will contain the names and ad dresses of Mishawaka residents; be sides it will contain the many lodges of the city, their ohicers and the names of all the city oriicials and the various committees of the council. Other miscellaneous information of divers nature will be contained in the new directory. It is expected to have the book ready for distribution about the latter part of August. CO U N IT I M A X I C COMM ITT I AI S mi:i:t. A meeting of the councilmanic com mittees was held Thursday evening at the city controller's ottice in the city hall. Bills ami claims to be aproved by the council at the next meeting Monday evening were gone over and allowed. The committees on bills and claims were the only bodies in session. FAREWELL PARTY IN HONOR OF MISS LEYES .Miss Clara Stoeckinger. 4 02 W. Fourth st., on Thursday evening pleasantly entertained a partv of young people. The nfair was in r..i- it tire of a farewell partv in honor of i ivs i-nir.-i .eves u-h.i u-ili i soon leave for Canada, to make her future home. The evening was spent in social di versions, the chief feature being musi cal selections. Ketreshments served. were The out-of-town guests were the Misses Ceneva Morris and Hazel Miller of South Hend. TKKKH IT IJV TIIK WAV. .Mrs. Clarence Herring and daughter. -sta I'.velyii. lllkhart. jire e;IIt.st ;lt .lie horn,. ,,f .Mrs. n-car .Miller. S. Main st. Hen Uaer has returned from Chh-atro. He was Ho-oinpanied bv !ils (bmeht.-r .Miss .Margaret l'.aer. who has spent the pent past weeK visiting in that dtv. J. L. Sp.nmer. Valparaiso, in trans- rctcti business in this city tenio.n. Thursday nf- George Miller crdebrated his 74th day anniversary Wednesday with t ti 1 card shower. birth .1 ihs r.t n I'hillipson, W arsaw, is on business. in tl ity bates H. Siresf and .Terrv OT.rlen h.iv. returned to Indi;inaiolU after trans tbttug buMness with V. V.. Keiser. l loyu Sailor, son of Mrs. Minnie br. I-:. Tirst st., who has b.-eu m Sai- wtth some- teiisintis for the past few davs. I what Improved. Henry Kenuer of eol.i visited w ith his son. John 1'. Kenner, 1H :. eighth st.. on Thursday. CH.WCiK OF KFIIKN(F. Ib-v. and Mrs. i:. W. Van Winkle nr.d children on 1'rldsy moved fnni iles av. to 107 X. Hill vt. -Mr. and Mrs. rii-.irh Iavis hare moved from -lu i:. Sixth st. to W. Third st. A. Albert nnd faniiy have tnevel to" t Ills city from iVrklns t.. South l'.eml. K. V. MFFTIXC. A nular nws-tin- ,.f tli- Knlfflit- of Fythlas was held 1'hursdav evening. It KT FUN K. Shaw and i to tliar hvme tti TO WAIUSII. a .lotit have returned Wabhvh. Ind.. sifter vU. it l:i with .Mr. and Mrs. r. w. Puun. ATT FN II IN (J ( OM FHFNTi: I.t'v. Lash and Mrs. Flkhart. are attetiding onfrren' e. J otirj the A. Irwin. .Methodist K. Xt s. HtH-k bar. Atlv. Ikvr nt all Hrt clasi IDENY MINERS' DEMANDS Illinois IHrators tiou of Turn Down Peti Workers. ri:niUA. III . April rt, Illinoi "oril .11 e- ?. operators today mrt nds ti-.a .! ; y jo-.i.t confer'" t; n refused to grant d the here miners. At a the operators presentt d a counter petition to the miner- coTiin!r.inr clnus.s which not , only lower the present sen 'a of wanes but which provide for easier working conditions as a mans of lowering the -ost of production. The miners pre- j sented their tlematnls informally last night to the operators FISHER RESIGNS FROM NORTH SIDE TRUST CO. First Mayor of Mishawaka Re tires From Business Life Eugene Butterworth Will Succeed As Cashier. i Announcement was made today that M. M. Fishfr, cashier of the North Side Trust and Savings Co. has sent in his resignation to take, effect at the close of the riscal year, April 14. IIo will be succeeded by ex-postmaster AV. FJugene IJutterworth, who will as sume the dutievS of that position on that date. The above announcement Va.q made after Mr. Fisher's resigna tion was accepted b3' the directors of the trust company at their regular monthly meeting, held Thursday aft ernoon at the institution. Manuel ,M. Fisher, the retiring- cash ier, is one of Mishawaka' s foremost business men and served the muniei palit.v as its first mayor, having been elected in 1SS9 and in l'JOO on the republican ticket. Mi. ITsher. besides filling his duties as head of the municipality, has also served as president of' the Perkins Windmill & Ax Co.. and likewise pres ident of the Mishawaka Hydraulic Co. He was born in Williams Center, Williams county, Ohio, Aug. 8, 184S, and received his education In the dis trict school. In 2 86i he enlisted in the I.vDth Ohio Volunteer infantry and saw- regimental service at Huntsville, Ala. In October 18f5 he was mus t red out and returned to his home. Later on he cime to Mishawaka and became associated with P. C. Perkins in the manufacture of windmills, act ing in the capacity of superintendent of that concern until when he became president of that growing; in stitution. Mr. Fisher if widely known and es teemed. Since 1907 Mr. Fisher has been, the cashier of the Xorth Side Trust it Savings Co. and has proved a very efficient official. W. Eugene Butterworth, who is to succeed him. was born here in 1800 and is a life-long resident of Mish awaka. Tie' received his education '.n the public schools of this city and entered with the late Albert K. CJaylor in the wood and coal business, contin uing therein until appointed assistant postmaster by Mr. Gaylor. He con tinued in this capacity for three terma when he was appointed postmaster and ifccntly vacated the ofhee in favor of John A. Herzog. CHIfAGO. Joseph Pabalsky at tempted suicide here because he was "henpecked". TI told Municipal Judge Sabath that his wife would not even permit him to buy his own under wear. CIIICACiO. Northwestern co-eds have been forbidden to give chafing dish parties and make fudge for lin gering young swains in the dormitory at midnight. SPECIAL SALE ON MEATS FMEB FOR SATURDAY. Pork Chops, lean . . . Pork Butts Pork Steak Fresh Picnic Ham . . Salt Pork Sugar Cured Hams . ,14c .13c .14c .11c .12c .15c Sugar Cured Picnic Hams 12V2C Sugar Cured Bacon, extra lean 17c Medium lean Bacon . . .14c 10 lb. Pail Lard $1.20 Mince Ham 2l2c Beef Stew 8c-10c Beef Pot Roast Round Steak . Sirloin Steak . .10c-12c .13c-15c ... 1 5c 107 WEST Sibley Fireless Cooking tP r -'1 ii :1 1 X j .... n 1 r..- Sibley Hardware Company 3C WAFHINOTO.V, April Declar ing that the railroads in Central Freight association territory are in desperate straights for increased revenues, AV. F- Maxwell, general manager of the Wabash, urged the interstate commerce commission to day to grant the Jive per cent in crease in rates in that territory. "1 am confident that a ftve per cent raise In rates is insulfjcient to keep railroads edit of the hands of re ceivers until an adjustment is made in the Centra Freight association ter ritory to bring these rates up to those in olficial classification territory." said Mr. Maxwell. "An increase of five per cent would not meet the needs In the Central Freight association territory. The only way to save the situation is a general reorganization of rates. The rates here are lower in any section of the world." "Is it not a fact that the roads in Central Freight association are much better off than those in the east?" asked Clements. "No, sir, they are in desperate cir cumstances," replied the witness. A number of exhibits were intro duced bearing out the witness con tention that the rates in Central Freight association territory are much lower than in any other section of the country. The testimony of Mr. Maxwell closed the railroads direct testimony in the case. TEACHERS GO VISITING Five memoer." of the faculty of the high school selected Friday for a vis iting day. Miss Miriam Dunbar, of the English department; Miss Clara Cunningham, of the science depart ment, and T. F. Berry, of the commer cial department, went to Indianapolis to attend the convention of the North ern Indiana Teachers' association. Miss Katherine Campbell, of the Latin department, is attending the meeting of the Michigan School Mas ters' club and visiting the schools of Ann Arbor. Miss Marion Goodman, director of girK athletics, and physical culture teiXior, is visiting the Chicago schools.. WHITE SAILOR SUITS TO BE COSTUMES FOR H. S. GIRL GRADUATES White sailor suits will be the cos tume for the sweet girl graduates of the class of according to the de cision reached by the senior girls. Many girls are planning to make their own dresses. In all probability the girls will decide to buy the same ma terial so as to have them as nearly uniform as possible. Black ties, shoes and stockings were also suggested, but these details were not settled and will be taken up at a general meeting of the girls of the class within the .next few days. The graduates plan to make the dresses do for the entire program of j graduation entertainments, which in cludes the commenceir ent sermon, the junior-senior banquet and the Alum nae banquet as well as commence ment night itself. 11 n mtw'.x niim Smoked Sausage . , Beef Hearts , Tongue Sausage . , Brains, per lb. Mutton Shoulder . , Mutton Chops Leg Mutton 122c ... 9c i2y2c . .10c . . 13c ..14c . .14c Frankforts, per lb 12c Fresh Side Pork 15c eese, per lb. ... 10c Liverwurst, per lb. , ... 10c Mutton Stew, per lb. ... 9c Spare Ribs, per lb. . A2l2c Neck Bones, per lb. . .2Y2c Ground Bone for Chick ens 2V2C Leaf Lard, Monday 50 lb. lots at 104c SECOND ST. GAS RANG 8 f $28 to $50 The No. 3B cabinet rane, as illustrated, is a special bargain ai S30 Time price $33. Cook the SIBLEY way and save. 1 1 ft F bti1 Some of us fast during Lent some of us don't', but we all agree that there is no better breakfast for Easter or any other morning than mild sugar cured ham or bacon the kind that leaves a lingering memory of juicy, delicate flavor with just a suggestion of the "tang" of hickory log smoke. That's Armours S'STAR59 "The Ham What Am" and Bacon too SUES FOR $5,000 AS A . RESULT OF COLLISION ltlbert K. Flory on Friday after noon filed a suit in the St. Joseph circuit court against Milton G. Smith and the Milton C. Smith Garage & Automobile Co., for $5,000 for per sonal injuries sustained by the plain tiff while riding on a motorcycle on W. Second st. in the city of Mish awaka. Flory claims that he was on the proper side of the str?et and was proceeding in a careful and cautious manner and that the automobile of the defendant was going at a hlh and dangerous rate of speed. He TOO LATi; TO CLASSIFY. FOlt i:i-;XT -rroin cottage, modern ex cept furnace. Kibpiire Ml S. William st. ON-Kl'Sll)KNT ST ATI: OF INI MAN A. ) ST. JOSI'TII COUNTY, ) In t'he St. Joseph Circuit notici; SH. Court. FehniaTy lerm. 1UH. (Jraco Iluhbnrd vs. William Hubbard. et nl. No. l.Vjli. Suit for support. He It Known, That th. nliove-nanied rinintiff has filed in the ofn-.- of the Clerk of said Court her complaint agaln-t said I)efeml:int in the nl ove e:iuse to gether with h proper affidavit that said Defendant. William Iltihhard. is not a resident of the State of Indiana. Slid Defendant is hereby notified that id cause will stand for trial on the 2."th day of May, l'.tll, the same being the l'.'th day of the next term of said Court to commence at the "ity of South I'end on the 1st Monday in day said Def.'udant to said action. May text, is required on to which appear Clerk. FRANK 1 CIIIilSToril, 15 v John I. Cully. Deputv. 11. A. Steis, Attorney for 1'lainti'f. apr C 10 1' Noti is hereby given to the citizens f the Third ward and Soiitli Head. Fort age township. St. Joseph ourvty. Indiana, that I, John xlergacz, will apply t t'1" board of commissioners of said county at their May term. 11M4, for a license to' sell Intoxicating, vinous, malt and spirituous liquor in less quantities than five gal lons ;it a time, with the privilege of al lowing the same to be drank on the premises; together with the sale of n-on-intoxicaniliig drinks. tobao and cigars and the serving of lunch. My plaee of business, wherein said liquors are to be sld and drank, is located at No. CM West Tutt street, being in the; front room on the ground floor of the two-story frame building, located at the nbove number. The size of said room Is 'M feet nortn and south by "JO feet east and wen, and fronting north en said Tutt street, with main entrance from dhe same as well as from store ritom and llvh. rooms en the south. j 01 ix ;i:k(;a'.. April C, 10H. Notice is hereby given t the citizen- nf the Sixth ward and South I tend, Portage torrnshlp. St. Joseph county. Indiana, that I. August lluysse. will apply to the board of commissioners of said cout.ty at their May term. lfI4. for a renewal of my license to sell intoxicating, vinous, malt and spirituous liquors In h-ss quan tities than five gallons at a time, with the privilege of allowing the same to he drank on the premises. toirether with the privilege of selling cigars, tobacco and the serving of lunch. My place of busi ness w herein aid liquors are to . be M and drank is located at No. loO'J West Division street, being in t ie front room on the ground floor of a two-story brb-k building at the above number. The di mensions of said room are ."0 feet north and south by It feet east and west, wit Is entrance from West Division ;reet, at the north end of iaid building, to livine apartments in the rear, west to side aliey ami to stnlrvv.iv leading to seond floor. April x i!tu" .n;rsT nrvssi:. 0. Mennucci Co. Snecial for tomorrow Peppermint and Winter crreen Wafers; regular 20c per box. Tomorrow spec ial 15c per box. O. MENNUCCI CO. 129 N. Main St. Home of Good Candy and Ice Cream. Home Phone 1446. Fa Tucker Speciaiist In Chronic Diseases of Men and Women. Office In Toepp Building. Opposite Postoface. Easier V AT "XtJh P orn cm claims that the defendant's car v:is on the wrong sid of the street and so caused a collision. Flory claims that his leg was broken and crushed and permanently injured and that his spine was also permanent ly injured, thus causing him to he lamed and crippled for life. SERVICES FOR VETERANS Special services for veterans of the civil war will be held at the First M. H. church April 9, when the 49th an niversary of the surrender of Ap pomattox by General Lee will be celebrated. Members of Auten and Norman Kddy .posts will be special guest. A buffet luncheon will be served in the evening fr the old M V5!yVl (Wv Your Little Pet's Go Ca Carriage is Here Keep the babies well give them plenty of warm sun shine and fresh air in one of our handsome and at the same time Reasonably Priced. REED CARRIAGES, RUNABOUTS, FOLDING GO- CARTS OR SULKIES. The variety is unlimited so don't delay. Remember a balmy day's outing at this time will do baby more good than a week's outing in hot weather. ilwdsomk iti:i:i caiikia(;i:s. In natural, brown or I Yench triny rnamel handsomely line I and up holstered double spring ear artillery wheels and heavy ruhlwr tire. C1 O 1 prices start at . . . J J 3 iiAxnso.Mi: wood nonv rri.L- MAX K UNA HO UTS. With or without dde -urtain.- autoniohile IkkkI al-o all the very latest attachments the mo-t dur- - inoi iiur- $12.75 atHe style made. JOg prkes up from Sec These Carriages in Our Window Modern Home Furnishers FAMILY WASHING DONE AT SWANK'S LAUNDRY 22$ N. Michigan St. Phone. We Call Anywhere. -.x ' 'el soldiers after which a .M.rvi- . IU b held in tho auditorium when Rev. Henry L. Davis, pastor of the church, will address the asseinidv. BOARD TO (JIVi: I1!:.KI(.. A monster remonstrance to offset the huce petition for the paving of Pennsylvania ;iv., simucstive f !arte interest among the property owners of that vicinity, has bd the board of public Works to designate next Tues day night, at 7:.'o o'clock, as a time for public hearing All concerned in the pavement are invited to meet with the board at that time. It is report ed that not only has public interest been aroused, but considerable feel ing h is been engendered incident to the project. t or Tin; i:vi;ii isi:ii ii iou)ix(; (iO-UAIMX The khul that on ran eIo up and carry aith ou ju.-t the thln to take alon; with hiiliy on trips or on street car-. u-ll made thor- t'iuhly uaranteftl. J prices up from. $3.95 MLi;I)II) SIDI'AVALK SULK IKS. With or without hd with ool or leather seat all st.le- all durably made KiiutMi and lin ilMtl hi ieat lrU;ht triors. Ck Q prices, up from. . . . yOv 306 to 310 South Mich. St. Public Drug Store New Location . 124 N. MICHIGAN ST. J i