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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
Tiintsn.w, MAY 1 1. I STUDENTS WILL - OF If ES LP1 A Will Run Lines and Prepare for Big Work of Next Thursday. All Arrangements Are Com pleted Says Committee. After a meeting of th executive committ on th- improvement of the Nilc-a road, in the Chamber of Com mrrco I ; l t niuht. it wa-s stated by City Kimim-cr Moor:, chairman of th committee, that active work upon the reconstruction would hein Thursday, .Vay -1- However, the county roller and the scantier will lie u.d Wed nesday over the live miles that is to ho worked, in order to loosen 1 1 1 the hard ground and to clear it of bumps. The engineering class of 20 at Xotre Dame university has promised its assistance through 1'rof. McCue, who wa-s present at the meeting last night. Trie students will run lines and levels, and will make proliles f the road. Their work, it has been promised to City Kngiiu-er Moore, will he finished in- time for the work to begin on Thursday. The live miles of mad will be di vided Into three sections:. A com petent engineer will be in charge of each. County Surveyor Henderson McClelland will have charge of the first section, and W. K. Craves, as sistant city engineer, and A. J. Ham mond, former city engineer, will have the supervision of the other two. Tho 20 quarter-mile stretches into which the road has been divided will lie supervised by a competent road foreman. Sixteen of the 20 sections have been provided for In subscrip tions by farmers living along the route, and the other four are expect ed to come la shortly. Even If sub scriptions are not secured, the com mittee will havo funds to finish the work. Road Graders Supplied. Various contractors have supplied six road graders to round off the road. The city road roller and sprinkler will be used to roll the road after It has been graded up. County Agent J. S. Bordner has ar ranged for suitable gravel, which will bo taken from pits at Roselawn and from a pit near the stato line. The gravel from Roselawn Is donated, wlille tho other is being paid for by tho trustee of Clay township, Joseph Wolfe, Bordner in an address before the meeting last night said that tho spirit among tho farmers alone the road was at a high point of enthusiasm "Wo will have more than IS teams that will cost the township nothing," ho paid. "At least that many havo promised mo the use of their teams. Brother Leo of Notro Damo is also very much Interested In the project. ILc has promised us tho use of the collego farm's large tractor and trader." That the vs-ork will now go on with out a hitch, was the prediction of City Engineer Mooro last night. "Thero is nothing to hinder now." he said. "Wo have tho promlso of the labor, and we have competent men to super vise tho actual labor entailed." The executive, committee is com posed of tho following: W. E. Moore, chairman; Ij. tf. Hammerschmidt, B. S. Walters. L,ouls Kuhn, J. S. Bordner, XL L Williams and John Russell. Miss Julia Colo is chairman of the committee that is to provide lunch. Tho committee has arranged with O. A. Clark of Kable's restaurant to pro vide 20 tables, one for each quarter milo stretch, and waiters for every table. HOLD-UP MEN SECURE S51 FROM AGED NEGRO Man Named Vauglm U lYoed of HI Coin While Waiting Tor Street Car ut Madixui and Hill. Hold up men working on the east side succeeded in securing $."1 from an aged Negro named Vaughn, about 7::; o'clock last night. According to the story told by Vaughn he was wait ing for a street car at the orner of Madison and Hill streets and took a seat on the, curb. While seated thf re, he says a couple of men came along and sat down be side him. each man sitting down a few feet away from him. Suddenly one of them struck him over the head and reaching in his pocket pulled out his purse and ran off with it. This is the second hold up in the last few lays according to residents of the cast side. A couple of nights ago a resident of that section was walking on E. Iosalle av., when he was rob bed of J 7. JUDGE FUNK REFUSES TO REMOVE ADMINISTRATOR Holds There Is a Iiek of Kvitlcnco to I'rnc Charges Made by Heirs. Judge Funk Wednesday refused to grant the petition of the heirs of the late Frank CJadacz to remove Atty. W. Alex. Grzesk as administrator of the will, on the grounds that ho was ful filling the duties the court had im posed on him. According to the com plaint of the heirs. Atty. Grzesk failed to lile an Inventory of the estate and told some of the heirs that he did not care if some of the children went to the. Orphans" home, as he was looking after the interests of the wife of the late Frank Gadacz. Tho petition was refused on the grounds that there was a lack of evidence. FIGHT STARTED AT GAME Gerald Schulte is Held by Police on a Charge of Assault. As a result of a quarrei which start ed at a baseball game Tuesday, Gerald Schulte. 1 5-year-old-son of Frank L. Schulte. 305 E. Calvert St., U held by the police charged with assaulting William Yoder. The matter came up in police court Wednesday morning and the attention of Juvenile Officer William E. Miller was called to the case. The trouble will be straightened out in juvenile court. MAY STAGE CARNIVAL i Tho Eagles may enter the carnival field. The question is being discussed by thn lodge members and action will probably be taken within a short time. Tho carnival, if held, will be staged the week of July 4. A representative of a first-class- show visited the lodge meeting at Eagles' hall Wednesday night and talked over the proposition. SEATTLE TO ENTERTAIN SHRINERS NEXT YEAR San Francisco Txses Honor In Battle of Western Cities at Atlanta. ATLANTA, Ga., May 14. After one of the sharpest fights in the history of the Mystic Shrine, Seattle, Wash., was granted over San Francisco the honor of entertaining the nobles in 1915. Tho committee on time and place unanimously favored Seattle but the California temples carried the tight to the floor of the convention. Motley Flint, past potentate of Al Malaikah, Los Angeles, and George Filmer, potentate of Islam, San Fran cisco, were the leaders of the San Francisco contingent in the light. Opposing them was the eloquence of Dr. Mark A. Mathews of Seattle, one of the leading Presbyterian clergy men of America. FLAMES ARE POURING FROM MOUNT ETNA CATANIA, May 14. The eruption of Mount Etna is becoming more threatening. Flames issued from the crater Wednesday accompanied by heavy volumes of smoke and contin uous rumbling with frequently recur ring earthquake shocks. The popula tion of the surrounding villages have become panic-stricken and fled from their dwellings to camp in the tents provided for their shelter by the mili tary authorities. Prof. Platini of the Catania Vol canological institute, says an eruption of unprecedented violence may be ex pected at any moment. i-. - - ' - - fc. -a J ' is H$ ' v ' . ! - - i Gut tfie Cost of Living! A plate of hot biscuits or muffins, a fresh, home-baked cake, a loaf of brown or nut-bread, rescues any meal from the commonplace, and more expensive things are never missed. With K C, the double acting baking novder pood results are doublv certain. There's economy too, in the cost of K C. . , 1 J V V vVk 1...U.H.1 i i J- ui . ill i.-n .mi.unt n I ) V XTlVvSi. .' gsjftjMiTJiminiirm.iiiiiM.nji i,.Tr ,- i ,vn in-"-1 1 f f . - X .i' .V j there'll he more I'l (i CAMELS in )J 11 this town than WV I Vh in all Asia and .l mw i Africa com- jl pi hr f ; bined! I M? I i " 1 i I imm r i lj.ii.i ,i 1 FUNERAL OF POST TO BE HELD TODAY Stores and Factories Will He Cloed and Pall Came? W ill lie Called Off. P ATT EE CPEEK. Mich.. May 14. Final details of the funeral of Chas. W. Post to be held here Thursday aft ernoon were announced last evening. The body will arrive at 1 o'clock and will be taken direct to the Indepen dent Congregational church where a guard of a half dozen old employes of Postum Cereal company will attend the casket until the funeral services at 4 o'clock. Members of the cham ber of commerce will march before the hearse to the church. At :5:30 o'clock 1,000 employes of the Postum Cereal company, nun and women, will form long lines, leading to the Ooors of the church through which the family and intimate friends will walk to tho steps of the edifice. The Pos tum employes will not enter the ch arch. Stores and factories will be closed during the funeral. Matinees in local theaters have been canceled and the Hchedulcd Southern Michigan baseball league baseball game postponed. John B. Witwer JEWELERS WILL MEET Special to The News-Times. IjA PORTE, Ind.. May 14. Plans are bing made for the annual conven tion of the Indiana Jewelers' associa tion which will be held July LM to 22 and will be followed, beginning July 22 and continuing through the month, by the Indiana Postmasters associa tion annual convention. It is believed the two meetings will bring ."00 dele gates to this city. . .- 1 ."5- . - ..-,- ' -v 1 ' f Hi v ,3 15 1 i.y - Si-v t ;-i - IN MY NEW LOCATION 110 V. WASHINGTON. AVI-:. SPECIAL PRICES FOR 10 DAYS. Open Evening and Sunday A. M. Pell Phone 2:.."7. - .... 1 . . - , EYES EXAMINED FREE Fittotl at Ilderat TrlcM 8at!afM-t1oD Gaarmmtr4 Rubber Stamps and Alphabets made by II. A. Pershing, 20C I-:. Wayne St. Advt Candidate for County Recorder subject to the Democratic primar ies Tuesday. May 1 9. Advt. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS The Anton Reliof Corps will serve supper Saturday evening. May lth, at the Old Court House. Price 2 5c. Advt. rS- ltd THOMAS WILLIAMS Candidate for COUNTY COMMISSIONER Middle District, subject to the Democratic Primaries May 19, 1914. Advertisement. Come get n. rood sunner Saturday evening at the Old Court House. Advt. j iTRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS I DR. J. BURKE & CO. Optonetr!ft?A and Manufacturing Optie1 239 S. MICHIGAN ST. Sandfly 9 to 10 by Applntmat. NOTICE We duplicate anj lnne tt am dy. N" matter wfcoflttffl them. Jirlns tLt plee. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS -V- 4 J. C. SHENEFIELD Candidate tor County Commissioner Middle or 2nd District Subject to the Democratic rimaries May c 1(M. ' i i , ii i i i i i ii muj i - -r"-" J"-'r '-J" J"" "' 1 -Vi J Kf -.A Ci vJ i i fc- iV m t- it. Polly and Her Pals Copyright. 1914. International News Service. Hon. Pa Him Got Jap Valet ll HAt Vfcu utttf MrjJ rbu VAIOERWIOlrwnr f ROH HOW .WML Of Vcu FER MV I 6bl ME A JAPAVKSr: Jk7 T ' i-HA00"f. MLtlJ, TP. 023 ft .rv NEEUMH, ML H4T AJ' Coat : d 'f lit w fLl ?TtrO iklfO T - .