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TICKE TO PATRONS OF THE NEWS-TIMES WANT AD COLUMNS with every want a3 amounting to 25c ordered inserted in The News-Times this week. The News-Hlmes will give an order entitling the advertiser to one good seat at the Orpheum Theater for any performance dur ing the week except Sunday. All advertisements must be paid for when ordered at the regular rate of 1 cent a word for the first day (both editions) and one-half cent a word for each day thereafter. o ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE OF SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY. , The News-Times Great Crusade Picture, Exposing the Awful Habit-Forming Traffic, "THE DRUG TERROR" Most Vivid, Most Startling, Most Sensational Disclosures ever made in any Motion Picture in the world. A Photo-Drama cf Absorbing Interest. SIX THRILLING REELS WARNING THE UNWARY, QUALITY AT THE ORPHEUM THURSDAY FR1 DAY SATURDAY 4Jfc - k -. WELL! WELL! WELL! LOOK WHO'S HERE! HAL JOHNSON South Bend's "J ulian Eltmge" In the Rollicky Musical Farce "OH, LOOK WHO'S HERE!" A Merry Massive Musical Fun Frolic Newest Songs Clever Comedy Pretty Girls Irk FREE TO THE ORPHEUM 0 0 s o o o WAIJvKItTOX. M. A. O. Packard ot Plymouth wan in town Tuesday. Mrs. Mahala Robi.son is visiting tvlth her daughter, Mrs. Allen Criie, this week in Michigan City. Mr:?. George Jackson spent the week with relatives in Plymouth. Mrs. L. Finch and little .son of Gary are visiting with C. Groshans and family. Mrs. Lizzie Townsond went to M1.hr awaka Saturday to visit several days with relatives. Mrs. Arthur Colling and son Wal ter visited friend here Thursday. Mrs. Anthony Turner is visiting I relatives In South Bend. Dr. and Mrn. C. M. Dowell of Hunt ingljurg. Ind., arrived here in their car Monday to visit with Ir. and Mrs. II. S. Dowell. Before returning to f their home they will also visit in Elk hart and loonier. Ind., and Ilicks villt, O. T. W. Ward, who recently moved lit to from Tcegarden, is building a ' live-room cottgo on his live-acre I jdece' of land west of the Gorsline property. Rev. and Mp. George Drown are visiting with their daughter in In dianapolis. (Jeorge McLaughlin, Jack Chappell. Deona Dose, Mildred stover. Bertha Schmeltz. Hazel McLaughlin have, pone to Valparaiso to attend the sum mer college. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ud. At wood. May 17. Mr. and Mrs. David Swank went to Warsaw to attend the hish school commencement, their grandson, Wade Render, being one of the graduates. Mrs. Krnma Brown died at her home in Dowagiac, Mich., May IT. The body was brought to Walkerton for burial and funeral services were held at the Methodist church. She is', survived by her father, Reuben Tin key, her husband and eight children, also three brothers and one sister. Fred Bartz and Miw Tina Morrison, both of this place, were united in marriage May 16, at South Bend. Both are popular young people of this place and have the best wishes of a host of friends. KIVKIl I'AKK. James Engel, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Engel, of N Ninth st.. and Miss Ethel Gintiher, daughter of Mrs. Wil liam Gintiher, of South Dend. were married in St. Joseph, Mich., Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kngel re turned yesterday to the home of the groom's parents, where a dinner and reception was given. Mr. aud Mrs. Engel will be at home to their friends on X. Xinth st. Mr. and Mrs. William Ault have re turned from an outing at Hudson lake. J. II. Burke of .S. Thirteenth st, has accepted a position as carpenter on the dredge Wide, lake Michigan. Paul Straub. of S. Sixth st.. is ill. Charles Hum, of .s". Sixteenth M., en- D rtained with a six o'clock lish dinner yesterdav. The out-of-town quests were Collins G. II. .Smith, of West Vir ginia, and I A. Deed, of Cleveland, O. .Mrs. I G. Pultz has returned to Chicago after a visit at the home of .. U Smith, on S. Eighth st. Ered Ar.ms and Charles have return ed from a fishing trip at Eagle Point. Mrs. Walter Simons, who has been lo-re the past w er; dispo-.ntc of her household goods, left yesterday for a visit at Michigan City. Ind.. before returning to her home in Chicago. .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duester, of X. Ninth t.. have returned from several lays visit with friends at Niles, Mich. The 11. p. E. club will be entertain ed Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Frank Kochenderler. of -'mith st. Evert Hadley. of Pleasant st.. has returned from a visit at Chicago. Mrs. Fred Kerslake will be hostess to the Flinch club Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Locker, of X. Eighth st., visited friends in Waka rusa. Ind., yesterday. Mrs. Fred Miller, of X. Eighth st.. is packing her household goods ami will leave Saturday for Muncie, Ind., her future) home. Mrs. Adam Ilunsberucr. of S. Tenth t.. entertained at ( o'clock dinner .Monday evening. Covers were placed for nine. The rooms and table were attractively decorated with garden flowers. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Weise and Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Monhout, of Tamarack, and Mrs. George Moon, of Mlhawaka. A force of men are engaged in put ting in crosswalks on Wall st. The plans are to have crosswalks put in on ;ill the streets In this section of the city. The sower has been laid on Mishawaka aw, as far a.s Sixth st., and it is thought the sewer on Mishawaka a v.. will be completed hv the first of July. .Miss Eovina Wells and Miss Elsie J-arson will entertain with a linen -ho r Thursday evening at the home of Mis? Wells on S. Eighteenth st.. for Miss Hazel Kensberger, of Mishawaka. who will be married some time in June to I). C. Ehinbold. Mrs. Charles Long and Mrs. Toulet. of Kalamazoo. Mich., and the Misses June and Helen Hieman. of Eaporte. Ind., have returned after a visit with r.Ms. H. W. Kemp, of X. Xinth st. The Iulje Aid society of the M. E. churc.'i are making plans to serve the rbction board Thursday at Cormi can's shoe shop. The board consists of A. F. Itckr, clerk. Dert Herrick and Milton Helmrick. judges; Charles Fryer and A. M. Cormican. S. Hentzi. of Sixth st.. left today for his orange grove at Silver Springs. Ala. The Diver Dark All Stars defeated the East End Tigers on the watch fac tory diaryond yesterday, bv the socre of 14 to 1. ) NON-ItlIIi:.T NOTICE. j StH ff I?jvi:.ir.;i, St. Jt".-;.:i Coiir.tv, ) In the Sr. .lo..-ph c;r. nit C-urt. Mav" t. rm. lltU. Warrr Wt-o v- Jn.oli Hitter, et J. nii. Title. ; llo It i.:! vii Tf. ;! ti t- ;.'.",-.n,iin"d plain-i tilT has filed in t! . Ti r ..f t!o' rj.-rk of; hHid cinrt oi oinpi.ii'.it Mg:ilnt ;iid frndnnt 111 a'or i :tt:- togrtl;r with a jyro;teT uHidYil ihji; jild ' dt fcudanis, Jacob Kitter, the unsnnwn heir, devisees and legatees of Jacob Kitter; Sarah Kitter, t he unknown heirs, devisees and legatees of Sarah Kitter; James Good, the un known heirs, devisees and legatees of Jane-s. (;H-d; Catherine Good, the unknown heirs. dvDees and legatees of Catherine Good; Elizabeth Kitter, th unknown heirs, devisees and legates of Eliza letu Kitter; Aaron Miller, the unknown heirs, devisees and h-gates of Aaron Miller; Ann Clssna, the unknown heirs, devisees and legatees of Ann I'lssnrt ; Robert Clssna. (he un known heirs, devisees and legatees of Kob ert Clssna; David II. Miller, the iuknown heirs, devisees and legatees of David II. Miller; Miller, wife of David Mil- Jer, w Lio-h '!iristluu name Is utikuowu, the uuknown heirs, devisees and legatee of Miller, wife of David h. Miller. hose Clssna, legatees mi. the hristiau name is unknown; 1'hebe the unknown heirs, devisees and of Phebe Clssna; Joseph G. Ciss un known heirs, devisees and lega- Joseph IJ. CNsna; Murtlu Miller, tees of the unknown heirs, devisees and legatee of Martin Miller: Miller, wife of Martin Miller, whose christian name Is un- known, the unknown heirs, devisees and legatees of Miller, wife of Marti a Miller, whose christian name is unknown; Sarah Witter, the unknown heirs, devisees and legatees of Sarah Witter; George Wit ter, the unknown heirs, devlses and lega tees of (ieorge Witter; Susannah lloon, the unknown heirs, devises and legatees of Susannah Boon; Philip lloon, the un known heirs, devisees and legatees of l'hilip Boon; Tobias Miller, the unknown heirs, devlsei-s ami legatees of Tobias Mil ler; Miller, wife, of Tobias Miller. whose christian name is unknown, the unknown heirs, devisees and legatees of Miller, wife of Tobias Ml !er, whose christian name is unknown; Dr.ilel Miller, the unknown heirs, deisees and legatee of Daniel Miller; j- Miller, wife of Danitl Miller, whose christian name Is unknown, the unknown telrs, devi sees and legatees of Miller, wife of Daniel Miller, whose christian uatae Is un known; Mary Marble, the unknown heirs, devisees and legatees of Mary .Marble; Isaac A. Marble, the unknown heirs, devi sees and legatees of Isaac- A. Marble; Joshua Miller, the unknown heirs, devisees and legatees of Joshua Miller; Lydia Aun Miller, the unknown heirs, devisees and legatees of Lydia Aun Miller; Alexander Wood, the unknown heirs, devisees and legatees of Alexander Wood; ood. wife of Alexander Wood, whose christian name heirs, devisees Wood, wife of christian name unknown heirs, is iiukuown, the unknown and legatees of Alexander Wood, whose is unknown: D Keely, the devisees and legatees of D. Keely, wife of D. Keely, Keely ; whose christian name is unknown, the un known heirs, devisees and legatees of Keely, wife of D. Keely, whose christian name is unknown; Daniel Mat thews, the unknown heirs, devisees and legatees of Dan. el Matthews; Mat thews, wife of D.'.niel Matthews, whose christian name is unknown, the unknown heirs, devisees and legatees of Matthews, wife of Daniel Matthews, whose christian name Is unknown; Satr.uel Hitter, the unknown heirs, devisees Mid legatee of Samuel Kitter; J'.itter, wife of Samuel Kitter. whose christian name is unknown, the unknown heirs, devisees and legatees of Hitter, wife of Samuel Kitter, whose christian name is unknown; Abraham Kitter. the unknown heirs, devi sees and h- itees of Abraham ifi'tcr; Ki'br, wife of Abraham letter. whoso christian name is unknown, the un known heirs, devise and leate-s of Kitter, wife of Abraham KifTV. whose christian name is unknown ; (Jeorgj Hitter, the nuknown heirs, devisees aul lei;.itei's of (Jeorire Hitter; Hitter. Wife of denize KltttT, wllbSt' ciinsuaii hells. dev- name is unknown, ine nnKiiowii lse-s and legatees ef Hltter. wife ef (ieorge Kitter, whose i!iristian nam? Is unknown: Catherine IiHer. the unknown lieirs, devisees and legatees of Catherine Kitter; Hitter, whose christian name is unknown; the unknown heirs, devisees and legatees of Hitter, whose christian mune is unknown: Lydia Hitter, the unknown lieirs. devisees and legatees of Lydia Kitter; Sarah Ann. Hit ter, the unknown heirs. devDees and lega tees of Sarah Aun Kitter; Mary Waggoner, the unknown lieirs. devis-es and legatees or Mary Waggoner; Andrew Waggoner, the unknown heirs, devisees and legatees of Andrew Waggwiier; Lllzabeth llrown, the unknown heirs, devisees and legatees of Lllzabeth l'.rown; Henry Drown, the un known heirs, devisees and legatees of Henry Drown; John W. Leavel, the un known heirs, devisees and legatees of John W. Leavel; Leavel. wife of John W. Leavel. whose christian name is unknown, the unknown lieirs. devisees and legatees of Leavel. wife of John W. Leavel. whose christian name is un known; Keasau Drown, the unknown heirs, devi-ees and legatees of Heasau Drown; Nancv Drown, the unknown heirs, devi sees and legatees of Nancy Drown; Henry Denslow, the tin known heirs, devisees and legatees of Henry Detislow; Dens low, wife of Henry Denslow, whose christ ian name Is unknown, the uuknown heirs, devisees and legatees of Denslow, wife of Henry Denslow, whose christian name is unknown; .lauies Hay. the un known heirs. deisss and legatees of James Hav: Lllzabeth Hay. the unknown J heirs, devisees and legatees ,,f Lllzabeth I H ay ; Danny Dower, the unknown heirs. I devisees and legatees of Fanny Dower; I Dower, husband of Fanny Dower, ! whose christian name is unknown; the un j known heirs, devisees and legatees of j Dower, husband of Fanny Dower, j wh,e ehn.-ti in name Is unknown; De ! wltt Mandervllle. the unknown lieirs. devl ; sees and legatees of Dewltt Mandervllle; ; Mandervllle. wife of Dewltt Man- I derville. Iiom' ihrlstlan name is un t known, the unknown heirs, devisees and ; legatees uf Maiidervllte. wife of jDewitt Mandervllle. whose rhrDtian name 'is unknown; Fraekline Illlek. the un : known heirs, devisees and legatees of I Franklin I 111, k ; Dlh-k. wife of j Fr.o kliiie Illiek. whose chrlstlau name is j unknown, t tie unknown heirs, devisees and ' legatees of lllh k. wife of Frack- j line Illiek. w l.vse ehristi.-in name is un ; known : William Illiek. the unknown heirs. ! devisees and legatees ,.f William Dlb'k; ! - Hli.-k. wife of William' Illiek. w h e christian name is unknown, the un 1 known heirs, devisees and legatees of ! - - llli.k. wife of William Illiek. t w hose christian name is unknown; Han- I. all Lentz. the unknown heirs, devisees and legdres of l.iitz. hul'a:id christian name 1 Hannah Lent.; of Haaaa! Lent, whose s unknown, the unknown !.-ir. t!'vlc a::d legatees ef L!itz. husband of Hannah Lentz, whose christian name is unknown; Lauri A. Lentz. the unknown heirs, devbes and legatee" of Laura A. Lentz; Owen J. Lent z. the unknown b-ifatees ef Owen .1. dents tf tho state of Slid dfcnd:ints are s ild cause will stand d.iv of July, r.H. the lieirs. and resi- that loth .VTh Lentz. are not In. I.' .ma. hereby notified for trial on the s.Ulo' b'in the o.uv or ine pnM'iii itTiu oi --ii eouri in i . . . . i i . . com nion e at the ity ef So:ti I'eiel. on the first Monday in .i:ij, ul.i-! day sab! -aid F. defendants :.ic reiujred to npjear to arti-ri. FRANK P. CHRISTOPH. Cirk. M. JACKSON. Atty. for Plaintiff. may R-Jijune2 notice Tt itKiixii: m ilih:ks and CONTK.WTOK. N..tie in 1 ei-by ghen that the boartl of oiui:iivloi.crs of St. Jo-ep!i county. In diana, will ic-vlvo separate s,iled prj,s a! f.r taking dwn the present trus bridge acro-s the bt. Joic;h Rher at Michigan street In the city of South Dend; also for a temporary pile bridge across the St. Joseph Klver at Michigan street. All proposals (shall he based upon the plans and specifications now on file In the auditor' office of said county. All bids must be on file in the office of the county auditor on or lefore 11 a. in., Monday, June 1.j. 11)14. All bias must be on form furnished by the auditor; bids not on this form or agreeing exactly therewith will not he considered in the letting. The board reserves the right to reject aty and all bids submitted. Notice is hereby given that the plans and specinentions for said bridges have been approved and adopted by. the board and are now on file in the auditor's oliice. All proposals must comply strictly with tin act of the legislature concerning county business, acts IV. l'J, page U4. and subse quent nets 1W1, and l'JOo to which reference Is made for the information of bidders. The said acts particularly requir ing bonds of either a surety company or in resldeut freeholder's bond to the ttp ! proval of the commissioners In not less than th full amount or the hid. CLARENCE SEIGWICK. Auditor. South Dead, Ind., May 12, FOIL I'J-'-G IX) ST AM) FOUND. LOST Ladles' tan raincoat on Michigan st. betAveen Ilaney av. aud Dwing. 1 'Wid er will please return same to 1512 S. Mich igan st. aud receive reward. LOST Comera, Ilrownle No. 2 folding, at Sprlngbrook park, on roller coaster. lie turn to 52S S. Michigan, lleward. LOST Auto tire and rim on Turkey Creek road, lleturn to Auto Inn. lleward. LOST l'ocketbook with 2 tens. I five, 2 ones and ." dimes on ." o'clock South Shore car Saturday evening. Keward. Call J. II. Klindworth, Lydick, Kural Koute 3. t IlFIil WANTF1) 3LLK. WANTLD A man to make cement blocks. Hlu L Ilowurd st. WANT1CD An energetic ambitious active man to establish a permanent business writing health and accident lnsuramv Independence, Immediate cash returns and future too. Address National Casualty Coaip:uy, Detroit, Mich. WANTLO Meu for soliciting and can vassing, tiood salary and steady em ployment. Lxperiente not necessary. L'Oi S. Main st. S FECIAL OPPORTUNITY for men with previous experience in Industrial Life Insurance work. Accident and Health In surance, monthly payments. Address promptly National Casualty Company, De troit, Mich. WAXTLD Married man to work on farm by the year. Home phone 4 2-J. AGENTS WANTED. - W- WANTED Agents for our Dollar-a-Monih Accident and Health iolieies (INCLUD ING NATURAL DEA11I UKXKFIT) to meu and women; all occupations. Liberal commissions. National Accident Soeitty, .720 Broadway, New York. (Kstablished 1SS5.) FORTUNES are being1 m.iffe selling mj? and -arpet cleaner. Send 5e for sample. Elkhart Chemical Co., Elkhart, Ind. i u:ld waxtud-femalu. TWO ladles who want steady employment, an excellent opportunity, experience mi rievssarv. Apply -15 N. Michigan. fee Mr. Taylor. WANTEl At T.'JS W. Colfax, a relialde eoinpeteiit girl for general housework. Hell phone 1111. W A NTED Twenty live iad solleitors, with good address and sales ability. Salarv. Apply Tuesday evening between 0:".0 "aud to Mr. Frederick, Oliver Hotel. WANTKD-ilrl for geueral housework. b-J) Park av. Hell .T227. Home 2C15. WANTED Married woman to do corset work, from 4 to 8 hours per day. Dell 'MVJ. llomt lom SITUATIONS WANTKD MALE. WAATED Situation In clothiug. shoes or Keuts' furnishings. 'J years' experience. I test of references. Dox L-S', News-Times. sm'ATION WANTED F1-1MAIJ2. WANTED Ilousecleaulng or washing' by the tla)'. Anna Gottlicher, 734 1-2 S. Michigan. WANTED Position by lady to do house work, prefers small family and small house. Miss lather Uausb, Derrion springs, Mlcl . (tiood home in preference to wages.) FOR SALL' HOUSEHOLD GOODS. AUCTION SALE Full and complete line of household gNd.. rugs, brass beds, bedding, dining room outnt. fine piano, large size Duck coal stove, sideboard, chif fonier. Everything tine. Friday 1 :i'.0. At 220 Vistula av. John A. Hartman, Auet. ' OFFICE HELP. DO IT TO-DAY. Equip yourself for a successful buslnesa . tnnthoda our direct nnnllratlfin of S'ime ti. modern business reiuiremeuts. and the I steady demands for enir graduates, are five pood reasous for enrolling tu our school. I All commercial subjects. English subjects : and salesmanship. Day aud nijht sessions. !iv11 Ti-r1,. f.if Infnrniition KKI.I.HY DUSINESS SC110UL, 120 E. Wayne st. Doth phones. DO IT TO-DAY. ! STENOGRAFHI ," tors. Typists, ; Telephone Tor ; Register Free. :RS. Dictaphone. Opera- General Office People: Appointment; Call and Hundreds placed in posl Thoma School Of Ste- tlous e-ich year nogranhy iV T ype'vrlting. iKuip. Dept." ! Licensed Emi Agency. American I rust I'.ldg. 1U SINE SS MEN For The Host ! Of ice Assitants; 1 Free Service. Call Dell 2Vud, Home 2210. IDISINESS MEN When In need of sNn- ogra pliers, bookkeejers. or general ol!l -e ! help, call Kelley Business School. We 1 have a number of yood ones ulout ready ', to avept posltiour Call BeiW13; Home i 21sl. DFJISOXALS. OT It i It!! A lirht twm of hnrsp ulfh driver. Transfer work, delivering, any i light hauling, suitable for agent, city couecior, travel ng salesman. u ior cr lor pleasure. Will furnish team with hac- or buggy also driver. Prices very low. Ad- 1 drejs R. i. Hicks. 401 W Jteffrson av., ! or Hme 'i'hone 2i?0 or 6314. "3ALSAD" n more than 13 in 1 to the housewife In cashing and cleauing. Pnone Bell Xui today for IT. PERSONALS. TTAiiij t-Arnrt sale. Uuy your wall paper now for the spring and save half on your bill. New up to date 1914 designs at half price for 30 days. Beautiful designs 3c and up per roll: Imported OatmeaLs, Two Tones Varnish Gilts, etc.; regular price 25e to SOe, per roll only 10c to lSe per roll. (ioxxl grtde Varnish ?1.00 per gaL Re duced prices on paints, etc. Open Evenings. CHICAGO WALL FADER CO., Moved to 104 West Division St., Near Michigan St. Deautlful premiums free with every pur chase. Foli KENT Cottage at Diamond lake. For particulars call Dell 244. f FEUSONAD "Mary Jane- never scolds. frets or worries. Always happy una is ready now to help with your dressmaking. Come In and Miss Dauer will talk It over with you. Haverstock, the "White" man, 2US . Jefferson. Doth phones. liUSIXESS rEKSONALS. SCREEN DOORS and windows should b6 ordered now. We make all kinds and those that last and fit. We rewire and repair old screens and sell screen wire. Miller Cabinet ind Machine Shop, 10 1'ortage av. Home phone 2032. liUSIXESS OPPORTUNITIES. MOTORCYCLE WANTED If you wlH take us part payment scholarship in cor respondence school I will give you good trade. Address W. H. D., 01S N. Lafay ette at. WANTED Ml SCELLANEOUS. We pay best prices for second-hand clothing and shoes. Drop a postal to Golden uerg, U10 W. Jefferson st. WANTED Dy experienced music teacher, pupils at very reasonable rates. Oall Dell "T0. uOi Vistula av. Also Millinery fchop, New Carlisle, Ind. WANTED Sewing, altering, repairing, children's dresses, comhination suits. Frices reasonable. 127 N. Lafayette. Dell olio. WANTED Curtains to laundry, 2oo per pair, also wa.shings. Home phone SClS. If you will take as jart payment schol arship in correspondence school I will give you good trade. Motorcycle wanted Address W. II. D., CIS N. Lafayette st. WANTED Housecleaning and- sweeping by the day. Dell ;iSll. WANTED To buy ZOO second hand suits, shoes and underwear. Fage, 123 W. Colfax. Dell Si&G. WANTED TO EXCHANGE:. WANTED TO EXCHANGE For a 5-pass. auto, black hor41, top wagon and har ness. Call Home plue 6217. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR sTl . E At the old building of the First M. E. church three furnaces, in ood repair, to ie removed at once. Iu- ilre of Marvin Campbell. roii SAL1I Hotfoin motor iide car, near ly new. Will sell (heap if taken this week. Home phone o-b'-O. FMt SALE Cement block machine, cheap. llrll 404ii. FK SALE A moving picture show or will trade 'Ur a good lot. Call Honiu 12H). l'UK tfALK Fine design In oak. drill work, for 4 double doors. Will sell cheap if taken at once, liniuire at 00 E. Drohsoii. FOR SALE Large oak office desk In first class condition. Inquire at t2?5 N. Hill st. l'OK SALE One gilt edge hot air furnace complete with pining, registers, cold air Hues, ete. Good as new. Will heat house of s rooms easily. Can be bought cheap, ns owner has put In steam plant. Also one large refrigerator suitable for board ing house or restaurant. Also 3 gas cook ing stoves in good order. Call Home phone 0o20 for prices aud terms. FOR SALE Good saloon, restaurant In counectlon; good location; lleeuse run ning six months. Call Home phone 7234. Will sell cheap on account of poor -.health. FOR SALE bicycles. Dend Credit Co. Inquire South FOR SALE 30 head choice milkers and springers, some fresh now; also few choice brood mares. Rice farm, Mllford, Ind.. located half mile west of Brum baugh station on interurban. FOR SALE Any srze run figure dress form from 32 to 42 for $2.l3. No re grets if you buy now. "Mary Jane." the best of all adjustable forms, at $12. Hav erstock. the "White" man, 20a W. Jeffer son bird. Both phones. FOR SALE 50 rebuilt tilcycies. 1 and up. Guaranteed tires, $3 a pair. We do bicycle repairing. M. E. Oilman, 422 S. Mlcnlgan st. Home phone fetHS. FOR SALE Restaurant. Cheap for cash. tiood trade. Just opening of great park here. 11 W. Market St., Warsaw, Ind. Clarence Hovester. FOR SALE 2 sanitary folding beds cheap. 12," Paris st. Dell KK FOR SALE Dan zen Decker and other bee j hives. Inquire Reltuer Sons' Shoe Store. DEN UUR BICYCLES FOR SALE Com plete, from $23 and up. Second hand ones from $." and up. All guaranteed. M. L. Medow, 426 S. Chapin st. i FOR bALE A complete new rennls set j iour raciueis. net 4ina tape; or win sen any part thereof. Cheap. Call 431 N. Alien st. 1 FOR SALE Small restaurant, doing : about $40 business per day, located near , Int'Turban station. Will be sold at a bar ! Lain. C. E. Wolfe. Itporte, Ind. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Surrey ad vacant lot. Will -ay cash difference. . See Avery, at Avery A: Hull's furniture j store. jrOK SAIil- H()USI. CAItWAGKS. i FOR .SALE 2." head of h rse. age from ! four years up. weight from 1000 to 1700: j hlso brood mares, wagons and harness of J all kiuls. n drays. cal and dump uioxe-, T. buggies. 1 surrey. To be sold at once. ; Inquire M5 S. Chapin st. Home 2437, Bell FOR SALE rOULTKY. FOR SALE frgs-i from my prize wlnniug Single Comb White Leghorns. Prices reasonable. Dejl 24. 3U Leer st. L;(jS S. C. W. leghorn, rrom the noted Briggs and I. W. Young strain. 10 per cent fert'le. (iuaranteed. llme phuue 4212. R. G. Anuli. LUtUI Lid. IXm SAXE AUT03l()inTiES. IFOR SALE Flve-pas, auto. In good ron- ditlon. Inquire 517 Michigan av. Bell v-ui; iiome FOR SALE Reo f-pass. auto, also buggy and harness. L. M. Schwartz Furn. House, 421 S. Chapin st. FOR SALE o passeuger autt.moMle. $ZZ0: auto truck, $300. Don Kuepert Garage, rear of Sibkey Lardwaae store. UUICK SALE AT REAL BARGAINS: Bring your mechanic and look them over. 1 1012 Rebuilt Abbott-Detroit, 7-Fai. 11911 Rebuilt Reo, Five-Fassonger. CADILLAC SIOTOK SALIJ COMPANY, 102-4-G-S-10 Vistula Aye, FOR SAXXS FLVNOS. FOR SALE Piano, cheap for cash. Coat 40 when new. Laed about three months. Golden oak case. Martin F. Pane, GOV) E. JerXuason Blvd. Home phone bboo. FPU IlEXT rUKXISHKP ItOOMS. FOR RENT Suite of front rooms for light housekeeping, modern and all home privileges, private icebox, Uith and run ning water, everything furnished, respec table People, no objection to children. 41$ S. Lafayette. FOR RENT Furnished rooais. 301 N. Lafayette. FOR RENT Furnished rooms with out side eutrance, modern, use of phone. Call Dell U' or S-'G N. Lafajette St. FOR RENT 2 nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 110 Keasey. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping, modem. H N. Hill st. FOR RENT Lurge room suitable for two. One smaller room. In modern home. Block from Oliver hotel. 217 N. Main at. Hell o74'j. FURNISHED rooms for light housekeep ing, niouern. 017 S. St. Joe st. Bell 1527. FOR RENT 'Two rooms, complete; light housekeeping rooms with board if de sired; one block from Oliver hotel; every thing modern; relereuce. 127 N. Lafayette st. FOR RENT 3 front roouw, furnished complete for housekeeping, modern. 411 E. South st. FOR RENT Beautifully furnished rooms for light housekeeping," private icebox, modern in every way. Good home for respectable people. Call 418 S. Lafayette. FOR RENT Light Housekeeping rooms, 1004 E. Madison. Home Li. Bell 2oll. Y. M. C. A. Rooms rented by the day, week or month. Steam heat, shower baths on each iloor, swimming pool, reading rooms, etc. Modern in every detail. A GOOD PLACE TO E AT U.75 to $3.00 a week. FOR RENT Modern room for gentlemen, -oi 11. .Marion tt. THE jrrrFERSO:. rirsi-thiM apart ments, day or week; meals served. 5'l W. Jenersou blvd. Home oOIo. UN'KUItXISlIiiU ItOOMS. FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms, men only. S. W. Llppmuu, 210 M. Main at. l'Olt lUXT FXATS. FOR UL'NT-C-room flat wita bath, 121 S. Michigan .st. Inquire Home phone 10t. FOR RENT-"-room flat, 1U: S. Lafay !ette. Toilet ami gas. inquire Hiram Rex, LEG Paris. Bell ;V0. FOR RENT 0-room flat, modern except heat. 010 W. Lasalle. ) 1 Oil 11KNT STOIUS I1003I. FOR RENT Store room. No. 523 S. Main St., Elkhart, adjoining Opera Douse block. W. D. Daltoh, 203 S. Main, Elkhart. WANTED Responsible tenant for prop erty on N. Michigan st., Immediately north of building to be constructed for Northern Indiana Gas and Electric Co. Frontage 21 f-et, west side Michigan St., depth of lot 1C5 feet will build at once any length or height tenant desires. Call on J. A. Judle, 10 S. Main st. FOR RENT Store building at 1S2S S. Michigan; reasonable rent. Inquire H. A. Tohulka, room C, AmericaL bldg. - FCIl I1EXT OFFICII liooils. FOIl BENT Office rooms, either single or en suite. Building Is centrally locat ed; elevator ervlce and other modern con veniences. Are your offices properly kept up? Janitor service included In rental. Office and everything is kept In first class condition. Apply to Dr. X. R. Dean. Dean Bidg. FOIt IIIZXT HOUSES. FOR RENT Furnished 8-room house. mrKlem except furnace: $1 uvonth: de sirable tenanU: no childrec ; reference. Imjuire o23 E. Iasalle av. FOR RENT Large house; modern; near Studebaker factory. Heckman A; Van Valin, llh S. Main tt. FOR RENT Sen-en -room house June 1st, centrally located. 110 Garfield court. FOR RENT G-room cottage, well located. See Caldwell. 704 J. M. S. Bldg. FOR RENT Modern 8-room boue at 12d E. Bowman. Call Bell phone J70.". FOR RENT 6-room nouse with attic, good bath, gas and furnace; rood home and handv to business district. 207 S. Taylor. Bell 1111, or call Z'Zi W. Colfax av. FOR RENT Strictly modern 8-room hou.se centrally located. 123 St. Paul's place. Inquire at 311 N. Malt sL FOR RENT. 5 rooms. Forest av 7 roouis. Benton Court 7 rooms. Howard ft 6 rooms. Clifford Court $2,709 10.00 10.00 2U.00 l'J. 00 O.0)J 30.00 C rooms. California av 0 rooms. Lindsay st 4 rooms. Kemblo av. (upetairsj.... 10 rooms. Leland av 9 rooms, Ashland av , 6 C rooms. Woodward av 2.Y0O 10.00 roms. River Park Desk rooms in Hastings Building. HASTINGS. Hastings Bldg.. Bell 211. Phones: Home C440. FOR ;ENT A modern house, 321 Horatio vourt; steam Tieat: first cluss In every respect. Inquire 710 Park av. Home Shone 1U:.L KSTATli FOR SALE A lot at Ettgle lake, Mich. CiUl TIome K2',, Bell lj. FOR RENT Three housekeeping rooms or Injarding; also a Mnall hou.-e. ilO S. 10th, liive l'urk. FOR SALL 1 he Den .It tier son t,u miner home. A it li f urulsliings. nt Dlrcii lake; one iicre of ground. Cheap if taken quick ly. Address .V. J. lviipcr, room o, 1. O. O. F. building,. Elkhart, lua. FOR tSALl House and lot cl.c-ap, at S. Wnrrvu st. FOR SALL On Sumplo mt., tu &-rMui husc, hai N) feet U fronuie vi:h uvt-j meat and sewer. Corner uf i'raukJiii jsid i Rumple, tor $2,2TfO. Part payment. V. L. McHcJiry, 1L i. Main Heuio pLou? i7oJ; BeJl wj. FOR SALE OF EXCHANGE Mod era IT- riUlTII li.lllh.it itt 'U Du'l VI II : L in (' c 1 : i 1 f, t lo-ated in tho iest nei:rhiornooii and besL street iii South Bend. W iii exchange or j cheaper property or tajll at a sacrifice. M. : 1. Runyan, JelTerscu bldg. Home CT.o. ; i FOR RENT OR SALE Nice cottage with' one acre, edge of city limits, iueal lor chicken farm. OtUcu open evenings. 417 Jefferson Bldg. FOR SALE A very fine modern home and others less modern at various prices, t All Inquiry conndeutlally considered. A. H. J nunz, o.j .eianu a v. ueil ll'.o, Uonie 176. FOR SALE Or will trade for a good 1 farm, two business store rooms, liat over More uuiiuiugs auu o-room uvxeinng house, all for SO.ooO. Rental iucome oi $000 a year. Call J. A. McColiougu, Room 3230 6. Michigan st. Homo OoOO, Beii ' WEBEIFS " ROSELAWA LOTS Are positively the best located and lowest priced South Bend suburban lots now yn sale, that aie located on the city V street car line. St. Mary's city car line goes through the center of the plat. Be sure to see tuis property before ouying lor your home. Lots gold on payments or will build homes to suit aaO soil on payments. To reach plat, take St. Mary's car line and get off at Fcudcl street, or call on J. B. Weber, 114 . Division st. Both phones, Home oOGo. Bell 44. " FOR SALE. " 200 acres, 7 miles northwest of South Bend, on tne Lincoln hignway road, l ine larm for stock. About acres of hue timber, whortleberries, cranberries; bal ttucse pust'.ire and farming lauds, ." per acre. Terms to suit. 3S 3V100 acres,, situated -7 1-2 miles southwest of South Bend, on the west side of Sumption l'rairie, Did. One-half mile south oi the Valley Garden station on the C. I. S. R. R., two trains daily each way. Good buildings, good fences, new wind mill, fine gravel pit, $110 per acre. Terms -ou0 casu; balance mortgage with 0 per tent interest. 114 "0-10O su-res. adjoining same loa tlou, but running to station named above. Fine farm for sto-k, good buildings, good fences, new windmill, KO per acre. Terms reasonable. 20 acres, 1-2 miles northeast of South Bend, on the lMwnrdsburg rad Tbree acres timber; balaixr farming laud. House and ham almost new. Good fences, l0O per acre. Cash. 157 acre, 3 1-2 miles norhwest of South Dend, on the Lincoln highway road, bi mtm tine timber; balaio-e under eulilva- tion. 10 acres No. 1 alfalfa hay meadow mowed hist season. Good buildings, good fenes. new Aindniill, Joo j.er acre. Terms to suit. lfiO acres' in Stark county, fine Improved faruj, loated within miles of station ober on the Nickel Plate K. i;., 7 miles t Knox and 7 miles to Culver. Finest soil for onions, cabbage, potatoes, corn and hay. Good buildings, $n" per acre. Terms reasonable. All these farms are great bar gains. Call ami see Chord. S. Rupel. Farm Agent, loeated with II. 1'. Kreighbaum, undertaker, 30.': S. Main st.. South Dend. Ind. Both phoie-s : Home. u-" ; Bell. frfC. FOR SALE OR RENT New 7-room house on 14th st. near Spriug St.; 0-room house and acre of ground on loth at. near Union St. Doth iu Mishawaka. GLO, 1). ULKOTII, L;0-lo N. Main St. Home 1'honu GJls. FOR SALE A new home just Calshed oa E. Lasalle av., finished in hard wood, modern iu every way.ior $J,i,0. On Diamond av., a 7-room house, nearly modem, close to Michigan av. cur line, for "bn Fortage av., modem houc, for $4,2oo. Un Michigan av., two new bouses, one for $3.oO0, aud one for iM.-UO. Oa Duball av., a modern house for $2,bGU, and oiie for 3.0U0. W. K. MeDeary. Hi S. Main s-.. H0ne phon o7oo. Bell 2W. FOR SALE New o-room bungalow In River Dark, two blocks from street car and near watch laetory. i'rice $T,ioo. Will sell on payments if desired. Hastings, ground lioor, Hastings blug. Fhont : Bci 11, Home 0440. FOH SALE, An S-room modern Lome at Ci9 Laporte av. Room wu lvl lor unotner houc. a bargain. A U-room bungalow at Ojo Howard. Will sell ou coutiact to suit purcbuser. Six -room house at 022 sc. Will tt-n oa easy terms. Aa ft-ruom strictly modem house and lot at lLrt Michigan av. A y-roona iaouern house at 1113 Haney av. Good location. b-rooia house, modern except farnact At 511 Alien L A t-room house at 1113 E. Sorin st. Liglit-room house at 1025 De-Maud av. telx-room house (big lot) at -ooa Leer st. A house and lot iu Lincoln i'ark adui tlc , near V. Division st. xew Louses in Southmoor park near Soutn Side car line. We sell lots in Southmoor Bark, Fe-: Flace, Lincoln Dark and Blrner 1'lace ad ditions. We have otter desirable houses and I As in all parts of the city. We write fire insurance in first class companies. Rents collected. Notary Fubllc W. F. FURRY. Bell Fhoue fcOC Home Fhone fSCC. FOR SALE 10 foot lot fronting on Mlohi gan av. in the IoOj block. Frhe il.'.u). inquire Mrs. Catherine Smith. 1:7 Michi gan T. FOR SALF. ?-arrn, rr-s, with fair t'ulldlngs. Land lev! aud well adapted to fruit or poultry raising. One mile east of the Bertrand stp on the interurban. Will trade for city property or will sell on easy payments. HASTINGS. Home O440 I'HONLS Bell 211. Hastings Building. 21 H N. Mich. St FOR SALE 7-room rouse In south end. tear Studebaker school; large lot. go.d barn, chicken house and plenty of fruit: a bargain nnd can be purchased oa py xr.nt. Hasting, ground rioor Haitings bldg. Fhones: DU -11, Uou.e CH0. KtirAlIilNii L.ViBRi;LL.S. locks, baliv ci,, D. Ariu- ttioL., l Culfax. LOCKs.UITlIS. D. ARMSTRONG, L Kc BBER bTAMFa AND sTl 1. ARMSTliONG. L21 E. Col CI.Alia OV ANT. Dit CiLVi:.Vs - -;Ce LLc at Lu on ome w o-swola, ind.. whcie n -.--Sit w,,?, 7a-i3 aud cure the Uk vwin.Mt uii ui-.-iuc At Lon-e at all liuuri. Celebrated o readings, 1. All Intel urban iau stop in lruut m his door. The poor Jon nave always Aith you. ou will ut una;s Lave Dr. Crawu with you. Hours iu a. in. to o p. m. other hours by au po litmcnt. Ben 1L. ud wiuiout medicine. MILLI.NLUV. REINHARDT MILLI.NERV doing bu-lnei , , U tsliiiigrtoil. FcaU.ei. Lovvns auu braids cle-mcu and tinted, lioine ui. C01L1TLRRLS. NT. BONE Coim-Is. Ida .,.rth. 15 S. Nolle DaiL'.j. Hume 1-;. Bell 11va. SFIRLLL V CORSLTS oty office. Bell I'hone oil'J, HoiiiL' D; MOTOIU it LL-5. FRANK ANDRE v's SON, agents for Licelsior Motorcycles. New and secoud baud niotoi cycles always iu stock. lui . Sample st. Bit VILLs. 1 OI E Bicycles and Motoblkes. Head quarters for supplies and repairing. William Lintner. 21 N. Main t. tl'JIOL3TL01G AMI CRATING. SOUTH BEND I. l'J 1 ULSTER I NG CO.. up ho stenng, repairing aud rehuishlng furniture, crating and packing for ship, ment. Home phone CJll. Bell 'Jo. ULLBLNG. G0-1U0 FER CENT SAVED. We rc;.lr anything made of metal, specializing ou auto pails. Work guaranteed. iry us "hen in a hurry, tuuth Bend Weidiog Co., 4UJ V. .Madison. 1'hone L'-ll o41J. WOOD. FOR SALE Dry shib wool, 1 .rnj pcr rank. Caudle Wood Co., 40d E. Row- .mui. lbdl rix.wciAii. ?vi$vvtvvKUfU5;;:55n$ iitiUiii tttitisii IMiii MUNEV X$ui i0 uu iii it LOAN it ft at 2 per cnt per inonth and $::.() S'S cljarges on IIol SLHoLO GOOl s . FIA.NOS. LIE STOCK. FARM 1M- s. ELEMENTS, AUTOMOBILES, .tc. j S-S Time made to suit borrower. ill s. write, or phone l'.ell 1710, Honje' Olio t STATE LOAN COMPANY, Inc. ll R,4du 1. Merehauts Dank Bldg., ttjl ?$$$ 201 South Michigan Street. liiii South Bend. Indiana. SSJ$J$ $ $ $ J ? J J J J 1 1 J I DHil 5Jj$ni DDDnH$Dn;DD$iDm MONET. Beii d;is. Jime ccox Jo.Otj to On 1'Iauos. A 'urniture. Live Stock or DnplcLn-nts. SLCURI1Y LOAN CO.. 12 I. O. O. 1 . Building. Over Newark Shoe Store. MONEY TO LOAN ON C II A T T E L M U R T G A (J E . AT 2ft Fer Mo. and $:j.oo 'harg-s. L'-'ulis .l:ole .vnywb,-re in St. J ,-.. r, a r0 Sol Til BEND CREDIT CO., II. F. 1774. 12U E. Jefl'eraou DIv!. 1AJLM LANDS. For SALE Flv' acres of jro d ir,d be tweiii .Niles ro.id aud r:ir use at statlcu .". -'Hj Hoi.;e phone 4o7l'. FOR SALE-Modem .Vroota hou.-e. onditi'-'U, o.ih. f ii r;:i . prate. Fur nished or unfurnished. lu.Xi V. t .ifa. FOR SALE 21i-acr rr.n six u:Ib s frcta South Bi-ud; 1 acre tiruoer; To t re alfaita; on good gravel road. Will take a good Louse and hT for first pajnit-L lia.ari'e on long time to suit the pn revis er. W. J. O'.Neil. earner Main and C -..t-.-r sts. Bell phone i'tl; Home phone '3, Foil EXCHA NGI-- S-.vri' farr::. k1 bidg.. good s ol. or. -Lard, wind-mill, .u y 2i miles from g tow u. Want. :uo.n. p"rop.-rty. Call il S. Lifajelte t. Be.l 11U'. FOR SALE Br curr, M a'res of J.ir.d with baildh;gs. o;d jo.il, teir Sooth Bend, small payment down. o:: time fjr balance. Box W. E. G., News-Times. 11LLL lsTATlx " WANTED To exchange Good clear lot fr light o-poist-uger automobile, not older thun 1'jlJ injdel. l'hone Bel 2iL lione 0440. WIIITCOMR & KELLER. FOR SALE Mode.-r Lome cn Eivrrilda drive, l'ortak'f av.. Nivarre st.. Wood ward av.. Van Bureu s:.. Cleveland av.. ia uortu part of the city, aud on E. liroad way. lndiaha av., Dayton hi.. E. Donald. Miami t. and E. Fox at- la the south part of the city. Terms Cash cr Payments. Jelerson Bldg. Both Phones 137. TOR SALE OR EXCHANGE--Ten a r . ttie a. lie v,uthWft if rily limits. W.t.'l isi.t-roon. dwelling, barn sr.d hb k. i f!. ';-e. i'.l seii or. p.yrc.e4t' .r ev ch.i for . i t pro;errv. HASTINGS. Pliot.es Home Oli'l; !:,11 1 1 Hasllngs Bldg. 213 N. Ml;h. Sl C uJax, :.M'1LS.