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Polish Citizens INDIANA AND MICHIGAN BRIEFS ) itksonars. j rv. M. T. S?i.-wki. r. S. C. as-1 Fir nt of St. Hi!m" parish, returned: todav from ,m . : : i : . . 1 1 vuit in Rrons n, j Mirh. Iidislans .Inrzvr.slii hn. returned to . i.nirr in ..i;th Chicago after j rending a lew dis itn '"'ith R rid friend. J-.-ih Kini' i-. "f I-iporte. arrived liere Ti.e-! ay afternoon fr a business t r: n t inn. l M!i.ir: Kramaszewsfci. of Detroit, ; hn h:m been h re fr a few days, left; todav f..r K.i if" Joseph Kaczynstfl. II-'.. . wivi pion s--t.. 1- ft this afternoon for Chi caco fr an extended isit with rela tive Frank Ma'.ir. ami Rronislaus Kuzmin.-ki left Tuesday for an px- tcnlt 1 trip to r.urojM' d'nspn.) Kohert Fredrik of ('W-vr'land ar rived here this morning on a busi ness transaction. 'irtor Jankowski, who has neon her- on business, left today for Gary and I-aporte. INDlANARORI.s That J 10.000 is needed for a state floor survey was j the report made to G-ov. Ralston by i hi.s special Hood prevention commit tee following a Ftate-wide investiga tion. Organization of a permanent committee to look into the matter and plans for conducting the survey hae been made. social irvi:vrs. The junior and junior exercising cla. of Polish Falcons Z. Ralirki No. 1, will hold Its exercises Thursday evening at 7 o'clock at the Polish armory hall on XV. Division st. band of Polish Fal No. 1 will hold its re evening at 8 o'clock PORTLAND "If the lid is on for me it will he on for the others," de clared Frank Alberson afcer he had been fined $2." and costs in city court t here. He then furnished the police J with a list of the places which he as serts are running open. ML'NCIK Although more than 60 years old, A. K. ly-hman. who served In the civil and Spanish-American wars, in the latter as sergeant, has made a request that in the event of war with Mexico he ho given a place among the ranks that are sent to the front. The military cons Z. Ralicki h carpal Friday at Z. P. hall. The singing rehearsal of the St. Uodwigo Choral society will be held Friday evening at H o'clock in the old St. Hedwigo school buihlirn:. Members of the Young People's so ciety of St. .Stanislaus parish enter tained -with a pretty dancing party in Kosciusko hall Tuesday evening. The affair was well attended; Program of dances was played by Peowski's or chestra. During the evening refresh ments were served. The, rehearsal of a play entitled "Trzecl Maj." will be held Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at St. Iledwige hall. Seventy-fivo couples attended the ppring ball given by the senior exer cising class of polish Indies' Falcons Z. Ralicki No. 1, Tuesday evening in the Polish Turner hall on XV. Division ft. At the close of the ball a pie so cial was given, In which Stanley Kloslnski proved himself an efficient auctioneer. The selline: of the pies netted $15. Niezgodzki's orchestra furnished the music for the program of dances. Refreshments were served by the- committee. WARSAW As a result of a knife duel between two brothers on the doorstep of their sister's millinery store, John Frohley is probably fatal ly wounded and his brother. Joseph, sustained sericus injuries. The two men, who are farmers, met at the mil linery store and without a word sprung at eaoh other's throats. The cause of the fight is not known. COXNKIISVIbLE Reli.i Schube. 17, was saved from death inder a C, II. & D. train by two iriident ilied boys, she fell fainting at the center of a wide trestle over the White riv er when she heard the train whistle and was dazed because of the d 'Stance to safety. The boys rescued her and disappear:', without giving their names. HAMMOND Mary Harmandy, 15. and Mary Sondick.14, were fatally injured in an auto smashup when an II. W. & i:. O. electric car struck them here. Mary Harmandy died a short time later and her companion, it is believed, cannot live. BIRTHS. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Alolslos Naj lek. 1412 XV. Ford st., Hon, May 11'. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Piechor owskl, 4 27 . Jackson st., a daughter, May 12. X1E.I1S. Mrs. Fred erica Rhoades, wife of John Rhoades, died Monday night about midnight. She was born in Germany C6 years ago. She came to Berrien county when a girl of 14 years and had since resided in Niles or vi cinity. Besides her husband she is survived by five children who are Mrs. Clara James of Clark Station, Ind.: Charles and Vernon Rhoades of Tapper Sandusky, O.; Ralpli Rhoades of Gary. Ind., and Miss Harriet Rhoades of Niles. The funeral will te held Thursday afternoon from the Kvangcllcal church. Mcsdames XV. T. Dougan and E. B. Hannum have returned from Florida whero they spent the winter. Mrs. F. K. Avery has arrived in Niles from Mexico City where Fhe has resided for a number of years and is now a guest of her sister. Mrs. "Will lam Hltton. Mrs. Avery has consid erable, property In Mexico City and Fhe remained there as long as possible or until an order was Issued that Americans should leave. She came via boat to Tampico thence to Galves ton onrouto to Niles. Mrs. John Ro.onberger was in South Bend today as a guest of Mrs.. Peter Gearhart, who entertained the Royal Neighbor club. Miss Tx)ulse Smith of 'Wilmette. 111., Is a guest of Miss Ruth Noble. Miss Orill Coolidge attended a meeting" of librarians at St. Joseph Tuesday. Mrs. 3 'Yank Farrell and son of Jacks-. ii are guests at the home of her uncle. Thomas Horaii. ISSROX MOB fiYXCHRS PRISONFR RISRON". Portugal, May 3 3. A mob stormed Govhila prison today and seized an anti-militarist prisoner who had recently shot and killed a major of the Karrlson. The prisoner was carried outside and lynched, then a number of bullets were fired Into his body. SULLIVAN The largest oil well in the county has been discovered on the Charles Wernz farm here. The well produces more than 250 barrels daily. GARY That the merger case atrainst the G. & I. Railroad Co., in which capitalists of Chicago, New York, Gary, Laportc, Valparaiso, South Bend, Indianapolis and other cities are involved, will be settled in the near future in the Valparaiso court is the opinion of C. XV. Chase, general counsel for the railroad company. LANDING Miss Cecil Cobb, a school teacher, has filed a suit for $10,000 for slander against Rev. Hi ram Voorhees. She charges that the minister linked her name with that of Elmer Potter, a young farmer. HFJMLOCK Rev. E. 1 1. Hendrix telephoned his wife that he would not be home any more. He has not been seen or heard from since. It is thought he has gone to Mexico to join the army, as he was formerly a cav alryman in iir California troops. GRAND RAPIDS--While purchas ing supplies in a butcher shop, Mrs. Mary Dresser, aged S6, dropped dead. MT. CLEMENS While driving a heavily leaded truck, Albert Simms ran down a child. When he went back to pick up the child, he found it to be his own son. The son mav live. JACKSON Fred Weaver and his father are no-vv in the Detroit house of correction together. The son was sent there this week to serve C. T days, while the father was sentenced there two weeks ago. JACKSON With a few hours three pioneer residents of Jackson, all prominent, died. They are: Charles II. Iligdon. real estate dealer; Mrs. James Blakely and Mrs. K. S. Dean. The latter's husband was for many years a commercial traveler. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS i 4 . : . ' . -. X - V &'' ' . XKAV CARLISLi:. Misses Anna and Winona Miller were guests of their sister, Mrs. We dell. of Crumstown. Miss Winifred Whaley of South Bend was a guest Sunday of Misses Margaret and Ada Miller. Miss Hattie Borden spent the week end in Mishawaka. the guest of her brother. T. C. Borden. Dr. and Mrs. F. M. Foster have moved into the S II. Martin residence on Michigan st. Mrs. Alta. Bill and children of South Bend were guests Sunday of the former's mother, Mrs. Sarah Lu ther. John White of Chicago was in town Sunday. Miss Mamie Vail entertained the C. C club Saturday evening. Miss Ada Myer is ill. J. Krvine of South Bend visited at Watson Wykoff's Saturday. The ISth annual commencement of the eighth grade of the Olive town ship schools will be held at the Audi torium Thursday evening. May 14. Tlx- following program will be ren d' rrd: March. Klbel orchestra; in ocation. Rev. R F. Ivtrs: "The Perfect Tribute." Esther Wenger; "The Call of the Woods." Olive G. Smith: "Do it Now." Lawrence Steif: ".Necessity of Education." Lura Mc Gowan: "Kaiser and the Little Maid." H-b n c,. 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Scott at Oliver Hotel between 8 and 9 a. m. and 6 and 8 p. m. Phone Main 1320. .! UNITED STATES WILL BE FORCED TO INTERVENE ( :;k k in th Mtliation Sure to Fail. Sliephrrd I.rrtlcr Tolls Studebakcr Civic Cluli Iomtors. US 0 iiarry h. tog Democratic Candidate for As sessor for Porlage Township, subject to Democratic Primar ies May 19th, 1914. Howard Trock- 'Tht' llritliro Kcpikt's Sf.rv " nyio (iruhlis: '('.uilty or Not Guiltv." r.r!-l Sutton; "Sottinc a Hon," Iv man ;Vail: "Ono of thp Little Onrs." I rniro Harkoski; --TJip Vr- k of th Hrsp. is.- n-.So dray: "WarLiinsr at Twiliirht." XathaJi.- i?raffonl: "Now. Pruoy Millar: "Thru and Now." Mario IIottt)r: "S.uin M,,tr" i:i.-arHra Tushinski; r.t.o.l I.itrra- I tan-." Harry S.anson; "Sail On." j I.ora Hostt-tflor: 'The Man IVhinri ' tho riow. Marvin fhl; "Education and Airrii-iilturt'." Miko Hons: "Tho Partinc of hv Ways." Mylo K. Iat-tf-rson; bennlirtion. Hov. F. C. Sasror: orrliostra. Mr. and Mrs. Vilkins and ohlldron of South H-nd wort1 weok-onj truests of Mrs. Anna Hrurh and family. Mrs. S. Iinratr has returned from Kuroka Sj.rinss. Ark., whero sho sncnt th. uintrr Mr. and Mrs. Ho:.t Ordtin woro i homo from ,S..uth Hond Sunday. I Mrs. Sarah 'MoKain was a cuost of hor noj'how at South Hond Sundav. Tht mediation will fail and the ITnlted Statos finally forced to intcr ention in Mexico, w;u the belief ex pressed last ni.cht at the meeting of the tudehaker Civic club, by (Shep hard Ifllor of the hi'h school his tory department. Mr. Lefrlor said mediation oul(i fail mainly because the constitutionalists are not included in the proceedings. The speaker pre dicted that the mediatory proceedings will perhaps not be ended before t.'o weeks. The next move Mr. Leffier said would perhaps be a demand by Tres. Wilson that Tres. Huerta abdicate. This will be refused he said, and in tervention would follow. Mr. Lefrter also j;ave a general resume of tht conditions in Mexico and of the re lations between that country and the United States during the last few ytars. Mrs. Clem Garwood entertained with readings while several numbers were rendered by the quartet and a piano solo by Miss Vera Kelky. rising and If the stream continues to swell it will be necessary to move the carnival property to protect it from a Hood. All local advertising has been cancelled. Managers of the London Hippodrome shows say they will lose $1,000 on the week here. The season was started at Gary a week ago Mon day. Uusinesa there was fair. The show? travel in eight box cars and two coaches. Attaches who usually sleep in tents are. unable to do so here and have bene compelled to seek lodg ings. A great mar.v employes are worried over prospects. cant i:vti:u iiomf. In l.i-ia Szalowski. whose divorce :it from StanMii;s Salewski is now pending in the cireut court, wjis grant ed a restraining order yesterday, en ioining her husband from entering the home of Mrs. Sza'.ewski. It is al-leg-d that he h:s made threats In case i. divorce were granted to his wife. HEAVY RAINS HURT CARNIVAL BUSINESS MORE MONEYJS NEEDED Another As'ssmont to Complete Work on Ditch in Asked. Application has been made by Ralph K. Keller, commissioner appointed by Judge Funk. In the circuit court for a re-assessment of the benefits which will accrue from the construction of the J. H. Walters ditch in this county. The application states that an ex penditure of $1,100 has been made, an additional expense amounting to J'.h'. being necessary for the completion of the drainage. GOSHEN. Ind.. May IZ. Heavy rains since Sunday and indications for continued waterfall threaten the Lon don Hippodrome shows. The para phernalia of which is now in liogers I'.and park, where an engagement i tilled for this week. Elkhart river is tkiiki; rom.i; Miss Hotsford of Winamae is the guest of Mrs. James Deltoy. Donald Gorsline. who taught the Puddletown school this year, return ed to his home at Ivgansport Satur day. John flump of Granper visited his sister, Mrs. J. liurden, last week. Mrs, Fred Smith and Miss Mabel Cauffman spent Wednesday with Misses Kuth and Ethel Bates of Port age Prairie. Elihu Scott of riymouth was the guest of James Delta y Monday. The Misses Lucil Mary Hoot' en entertained their Sunday school cI.lss at their home Thursday eve ning. Mrs. J. XV. Cauffman is spending the week in Lansing. Mich., the guest of Mrs. O. C. Howe. Mrs. Victor Iiate i? home from St. Joseph hospital,' South Bend, and is much improved. Mrs. Minnie Iiush, who has been in South Bend for the past year. Ls home for a month. Mr. and Mrs. Job .Smith entertain ed with a family dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith. The following guests were present: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith of Liporte. Marvin Smith, recently of North Da kota, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cauffman, Miss Mabel Cauffman. Albert Pres ton and family. Hay Smith and fam ily. Paul Garroutte, Harry and Har vey Smith. A table dinner was served, the decorations being carna tiony and woods f rns. ooar Hooter. Miss nels. Willie and Miss ARGENTINA AND CHILE EMBASSIES RAISED United State, Will lie Kepre-eiitexl There by Ambassadors in the Future. fpent Sunday Orson Runton. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Perry Tynr Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mr Sum: ay with at Laporte. w ith Emma liun Ethel Hooten Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Carr and Mr. Runnels motored to Edward Paulin and Albert Paulin spent I-wis Mark and family WASHINGTON. May 1 n. Argent i.na and Chil received that r-ward from the house Tuesday for their pe.j . mission in Mexico through th eleva tion of their diplomatic representation rrom legations o embassies. The bills, each providing for an ambassador to the South American republics with salaries f $17.."(" a year, passed the house without oppo sition. Rrazil. the third member f the A. R. C. mediation b.ard. is rep resented now by an amba.-ad.r. Fol lowing the action of the American congress both Argentina and Chile will eleate In rank their r ;r ser.tati. e to this country. Chairman F'..od of th house foreign affairs l ornniitt pressed the embassy bills to pa.sa-e on the ground that he deir-d" to facil itate the legilition and ( bar the cal endar of the bills to which there were no opposition. 0 . -I v . '.V X 1 . I -xx. !,;-' ';f X " i ' ' Mr".- TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS " " aiM M I 111 ' ' m-ry. i . ... n i t , THOMAS WILLIAMS Candidate for COUNTY COMMISSIONER Midcih District, subject lo the Democratic Primaries May 19. 1914.