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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES Telephone Your Items to The Newc- Timea 123 s. sr. I Jell Ftionc 10 Dome Phon 118 f tENt? of .rE Scotch 7ISTL-fl CLUB Our,NQTEA&L r . . . i . r- tiitil fif U 1-1 J&T niiTlASTlKE40-Wll or w. A W A ' w JO, CI. i JM 1 3 . : 1 r PV tort v v.A- I! L i 016 SCOTCH PICNIC IS GREAT SUCCESS Automobiles Convey Happy Highlanders to Eagle Lake Resort Scotch Piper Band in Full Costume Features. T. the Scdt h Tliist 1" ( Jul. of Mish vika l'-lontrs th- credit of s-ttin a new record in the 1 i ri - of entertain ment. ILs tirst annual picnic and Karnes held Thursday at Liable lake made hLstory fur the recently formed t-oeiety. There wasn't a feature on the day's program that did not carry with it enjoi merit, zest, fun. frolic and fnthuyiiin. A pleasing feature of it all w.xs that the ladies and chil dren wrre ,,'iven every attention and pleasure. Their ant.-s were attended to hr.st, and they entered into the spirit of the occasion with all possible trace, and ood liurnor. Over a hundred members of the so ciety and their friends to be exact there were 1 o x in the party bean to gather in front of the Hotel MNha va!.;i ius early as S o'c 1m k Thursday morning. When the automobile com mittee, under the energetic leadership of Charles troin, watehed the jrowd row they were seized with ap prehension, and when the los mark v.";u' reached and only sullicieiit ears on tho parade around l accommo date i-'bout "0, a hurried scramble arounc the city wan made, ami within a short time th-re were cars to spare. 1'reviou-? to starting for the picnic grounds the band of pipers and drum mers n'uve a .selection, and the .mnal to start was iven. The party i:ot a splendid sendoff I'roni the many Mishawakans on the streets, and cheers were iven at various places throughout the city. On .arrival at the lake no time was lost by the committee op. grounds and .-port.--, ami In loss than half an hour the tirst event was- pulled off.' There were 17 items on the program, all of which were keenly contested. Perhaps the most interesting and novel features of the day were the Scotch dancing and piping. The en trants were from Chicago and Misha waka. Where each of the Highland ers did so well it Would seem invid ious to mention names, but some of the old Scots from South Bend. Mish awaka and other places cave it as i heir opinion that they had never seen such dancing or heard such pipe music as rendered by .andy McTav ish of Mishawaka and N. F. le'war and Douglas Merry of Chicago. The judges of the dancing and piping were .Mrs. .Mary Watt and James MaKIrouor of South IJend and J. Hill and V. 11. Wallach of Mjshawaka. One of the features of the day was the fat men's race. I'd. W. Forst- bauer had hard luck. He fell heavily when about half way home and the earth trembled. I). M. McKindh-y was coming close behind him and not looking where he was toim: fell over the former's apparently lifeless body. The earth au'ain shook. In the mean time. Duncan Campbell and "Pop" Hill, perspiring and evidently in pain, were making for the tape. They were running the race of their lives running at fucIi a rate of speed that r.otv.ithstandin their avoirdupois, their symmetrical forms were scarcely isiblc. "Pop" won just by a hair, the kind he doesn't wear on his cran ium. The judges in the athletic events were Messrs. Duncan Campbell. Jude K. S. Keiff. Fred Fruch, I". A. Vost ami Pete Lehman. The dinner was simply immense, and much pvaise was accorded "mine host" French for his efforts. W. A. Merry, secretary of the Cale donian society of Chicago, was the truest of the Mishawaka Scots during the day and passed out some encon- imns to the club for the way in which thy conducted their tirst picnic. Dr. II. J. Graham acted lis umpire of the baseball came between the nnfrrlod and single men. Tlie doctor had a revolver in his hand during the entire pamo in case of emergency. Tho contest was won by the single men. the score being S to ?.. Winners of i:eut. r.oy.V race, under S years 1st. rol ler rkates; donated by The News Times; won by A. K. McXell. jr.; d, pocket knife; donated by O, I-:. Iing S: Co.; won 1 ' Kobt. John Mc Neil. Ciirls' race, under s years Doll; donate, by Mrs. W. 1'. Wallach; won ,1-y Marjorle strn: ; -d. box of ! candy, I.on of Sweets; won by Oam imilla Keating. Sack race for men 1st. L" ten-cent cigars; donated by F. Fllsasser: won by Ia-w Wallace; Cd. three nuniths' s-ubscription to American; donated by Fnited News di pot; won by H. A. McKlndb y. Potato race for Indies 1st one box of handkerchiefs; by A. S. Winey -Co.; won by Mrs. Jas. Mc(regor; bot tle of toilet water, donated by the De 11 Claire Manufacturing 'o.: won by Miss Clara Fetters: :;d. package of i;h;i and Sanborn's ccfi.e; .buiated by Wm. l'.radford; won by Mrs. W. 1J. Wallach. Special ladies' tug f .T 1. of candv; won bv .Mr-. Walts' team, composed of Mrs. V. Wallach. Mis Ciara Fetters, Mrs. Jas. McCregor. Miss Helen Mae Kiby. Hoys' race. 11 a rs and under 1 i Kodak, donated by the I led Cross phanr.acy: uo:i 1 y G-o. K! erh art. jr.; Td. pck.t knife, donated by Max fTeil r.rc".; won !.v Da'i-m i "amp bell, jr. Cirls ru-. !.'ttb- of toil, t wi.ter; dn::ated by IT. H. I.o::g-t reet : won b Catherine Tron,: L'd. .-alad lish; do i.ated by K. T. Ieo; won by Alberta Frncllir.g'r: ."d. two p.u-kafce of or- n.r.ve solad'-; donate. 1 by ;. J. Stoeckir.g' r; won by Margaret Mc Neil. Z:) yard d;-. s". open in all ladies on th" grourals lt. pi. nic Iv.m; d.onat rl by Fred Major; won by Mrs. J. MeCrcgor; 2d. box if candy; dor.at- cd Putins' nfr 'tbmary store; won MISHAWAKA CLASSIFIED. WANT! ID Two t ho! ie;gh!y experi enced salesladies fT hosiery and rady-to-wenr actions. Must hae general :-elllrig expriene. A. C. iiu-lancr L Co.. Mishawaka. bottle of lime Wurz Hros.. Edith Kwckcr. Putting 1 pound shot 1st, leath er big; donated by the Dodge ln destrio to; won by Clarence Kamm; l:d. box of 1'5 cigars; d(uatetl by Steve Canser; won bv Innoc .McKin-b-y. Men's tug of war Pox of SO cigars; uonated by C. H. Peahe; won by Sandy McTa ishs team Pagpipe selection Prize cash, $S; won by N. I". Dewar, Chicago. Hihiaiid Ming Cash $."; won by Sandy Tavish's team. Sword dance Cash $; wn by Sandy MeTavish; -d. special $4; won by Douglas Merry, Chicago. Men's race, fo yard dash Mem bers of club only; 1st, si.x pairs of Holeproof hose; donated by J. A. Film an Co.; won by Wm. Hoernt man; I'd, one dozen of imported Ha anas; donated by Joe Crovelski; won by Clarence J. Kamm; 3d, one pair of house slippers; donated by Herzog's shoe store; won by Iow Wallace. Fat man's rate (Jentleman's hat; donated by V. (J, Lehman; won by J. C. Hill; 2d, j ear's subscription to News-Times; donated by the Misha waka office; won by I). J. Campbell. Hoys' swimming race, under 16 years Watch, donated by F. A. Vogt; won by lion Itensberg; 2d, Hag, do nated by A. C. Ilaslanger; won by Cerald Schulte. Men's swimming race Pipe, do nated by 1 4. J. Casbon; won by In nls McKinley; 2d, year's subscription to tlie Tribune; donated by the Mish awaka office; won by Sandy McTa- ish. The committees in charge of the picnic were as follows Picnic committee John VanDin ter, chairman; Jos. de Iorenzi, Stan ley Mcintosh. W. K. Wallach, F. A. Vogt. A. P. McNeal. P. (J. Lehman, Chas. A. Ostrom, K. S. Feig. Automobile committee Chas. Os trom. chairman; Stanley Mcintosh. D. J. Campbell, Jos. de I.orenzi. c,roimds and sports committee W. H. Wallach, chairman; H. 11. Da vis. F. A. Vogt, Jas. Keating, Peter Lehman. Prize committee Fred Frueh, chairman; P. (I. liehman, F. A. Vogt, A. It. McNeal. MYSTERIOUS CAVE IS DISCOVERED AT DAM An old sunken cave or dugout about 100 feet from the Hen Island dam, is attracting considerable no tice by persons traveling along the St. Joseph. The cave wa discovered about h week ago and every day since summer visitor?? at cottages along the river have been digging about the place in an endeavor to make an en trance to the hole. It will be re membered ly many when, about four years ago, efforts were made by city officials to gain entrance to the cave. Kfforts were given up at that time owing to the great amount of work necessary to remove a heavy stone stairway to the dugout. This year it was discovered that the stairway h..d sunk several feet and with a lit tle work the adventurers will be able to explore the inside of the myster ious hole. TO BEGIN MANUFACTURE OF TOOLS WITHIN WEEK The Amplex company Is making ready its plans to commence the manufacture of the 5,000 motors for the Continental company of Chica go. Fxpert tool makers are being advertised for as a preliminary, and within the next few days the large order will be in course of manufac ture. The fact of such a big con tract being awarded to the Amplex company has already given an impe tus to realty matters on the east side, and several inquiries for lots have la en received. MANY ATTKND HACKS. Several hundred Mishawaka people Thursday afternoon attended the big auto races and aviation exhibition at Driving park. Elkhart, Ind. It was estimated that fully 4 0 machines filled with local people, were present at the meet while the interurban cars were packed. The race attracted considerable attention in Mishawaka. as P.arney Oldtield, who, for several years held the record for a mile track, would attempt to beat the rec ord of the Mishawaka man who took the honors at a meet in the same park several years ago. The car driven by the Mishawaka man was built at the Amplex Manufacturing company in this citjr and proved tho worth of a Mishawaka product in going out and capturing a record. ixti'kkstixc; sm.ii:cT. "Paul's Third Missionary Journey" was the topic at the Thursday even ing mid-week prayer services at the Fhst Christian church. Harry Sherry, ''red, Clausen and Asa Snyder gave la; -"n's addresses. A vocal selec tioi. rendered by Chas. Van Winkle. Collowing the meeting the b ard of deacons .f the church held a meeting. Important business was transacted and the meeting w;is well attended. The improvement to the church of a new stair entrance at the front part of the editice is nearly complet ed. The work has been under way for about two weeks. birds uirrrRX. Two out of the 11 birds sent list Kriday to New Orleans by members of the St. Joseph Valley Pigeon club, returned Thursday. One of the birds was the property of Adolph Claey's and was the first bird reported in. Tho second bird belonged to Geo. Clawson of W. Sixth s. None of the l.ird from the loft t Central fire station have yet returned. The long delay of the birds in reaching homo was accounted fr by the severe -tortus encountered throughout the south. AITO and ur;c;Y COLLIDE- A machine driving west on Lincoln highway at Osceola late Thursday evening struck a single buggy. No one was injured in the party, al thouch the buggy was completely de molished in the collision. After stop ping to ascertain the injuries of the party in the buggy the autolsts drove on. It is claimed that they were driv ing without a light. The police were notified to be on the lookout for the auto part . by Miss Pfeiffer; juice; donated b 3 iDODGRCLUB PURCHASES ! LANTERN FOR WORK The silver Jubilee of the Dodge Re lief association on Friday niqht will be made the occasion of a test of a new type of combined balopticon and opaque projector rent here for dem onstration purposes by the manufac turers. one of the interesting features which will be shown is a set of tiO slides made in natural colors by col or photography embracing a few views taken in Mishawaka covering residences. Dodge product and sev eral views. Tho club rooms have just been ov erhauled by the Dodg-e Mfg. Co. and two of the former rooms converted into one assembly room capable of seating 150 people. The proposed by-laws will be thor oughly explained to all the employes by W. L. Chandler, who supervised their compilation and th members of tho association will then discuss them and if satislactory, will adopt or amend them. Membership will probably be opened to all employee of the National Ve neer Products Co., a subsidiary com pany, who will thus be given the ben efits of this organization which is cel ebrating Its quarter century of ex istence. Mr. Chandler, ns president has called a special meeting of the Dodge club and Dodge Mutual Relief asso ciation to consider the merging of the two organizations. The new plan will be explained at this meeting The company will provide an enter tainment and refreshments. mm!.'! tti itv Tiir iriv James Dueberry spent Thursday in Goshen, Mrs. B. E. Robblns and con, Ells worth, of Boston Mass., who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Robbing for several weeks, left Fri day morning, for Detroit, Mich., where they will visit relatives. Frank Shoemaker, Goshen, trans acted business in this city Griday. Mrs. Fred Knott and daughter, Maxino of Xiles, Mich., spent Thurs day visiting with the former's fa ther, Joseph Wachs, 111 1-2 N. Main st. Among the Mishawakans who at tended the races at Elkhart Thurs day were P. H. Page, George Raab, Carl Wilke, S. AV. Sprague, James Guy, William Drudy, W. E. Priest, Joseph Wachs, Glen Adams, Rich ard Mecklenber. W. D. Campbell, Elkhart, is visit ing with his brother-in-law, A. S. Winey. y Mr. and Mrs. Spencer have gone to Valdies, Mich., for a visit with relatives and friends, after which they will go to Detroit, Mich. Mrs, Minnio Miller has returned from a motor trip to Eagle lake. Mrs. Melvin Sullivan and son, Robert, are visiting in Grand Rap ids. Frank Stono has returned to his homo in Butler, Ind., after conclud ing a visit with his daughter, Mrs. II. W. Gillls, Towlo av. Miss Frances Schmitt, W. Sixth St., has gone to Van Buskirk, where she will be the guest of Miss Gertrude Myers. Mrs. I. A. Pago of Elkhart visited with her son, P. II. Page, Thursday. The Misses Alma Wilder of this city and her guest, Eleanor Wilder, of " Missouri, have returned from a several days visit in Bremen. Miss Eleanore Wilder will leave Friday for her home in Cape Jerico, Mo. Miss Barbara Roppel has gone to New York city where she was called by the serious illness of her sister. KvrratTAixs IjAdii:s win. Mrs. Mecklenburg, 119 W. Sixth st., entertained the Ladies' Aid society of ti i.'irt Vn.rllsh Lutheran church in la social session Wednesday afternoon. An entertaining program was renuer ed after which refreshments were served. coxsini:n coon subjfxtt. The subject for the mid-week prayer services at the First Presby terian church Thursday evening was "The Legion of Devils Entering Swine." The meeting was well at tended considering the time of the year. ICE CREWM SO CI AT). The W. O. W. Woodmen circle will entertain at an ice cream social and card party Friday evening at the home of Mrs. J. Harris, S. Spring st. This will be for members and their friends. IIOMK c.UAitns MIU7T. The Home Guards of the Methodist Memorial church was entertained Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mattie Hudson. Mrs. Sol Al berts was in charge of the program. ATTENDING INSTITUTE. Bev. Loren M. Edwards of the Methodist Memorial church of this city is attending the annual institute of the Epwcrth league at Grand Point, Ind. YlSITIXCi ItnRE. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hastings and son Clifford of New Haven. Mich., are In the city for a several days' visit with friends and relatives. IT. B. W. O. W. will give an ice cream social. First and Main sts.. Sat urday night. Everybody invited. Advt. TO RECEIVE SOUVENIRS. Every lady attending the Century theater tonight will oo presented with a handsome souvenir. AXOTIIEIl IUUD ItlTTUUXS. One more bird of the 11 sent to New Orleans last week to participate in the 1, 000-mile race returned Fri day morning to the loft of John .Schmitt of Llncolv. highway west. This mMtea three birds that have returned. SJ1 HOW MAC THE MIGHT HAVE L.OORELO FINE PROGRAM FOR THIS WEEK-END BAND CONCERT Tho usual Saturday evening band concert ly the Mishawaka Woolen Co. band will be given at th rnr- ner of Lincoln highway and Main st. The following program has been prepared: March, "Uncle Sam's Navy" Phillips Selection, "Lucia di Lammer moor Danizetti Waltz, "Ever Faithful" Cary Overture, "Morning, Noon and Night in Vienna". . . . Ft. V. Suppe (U. S. Military Band Journal.) Itag, "The Wedding Cako". .Neilsson Intermission. Descriptive "The Hunting Scene" Bucalossi (By Request.) March "Hommage A L'Union".. Marchand Spanish Serenade, "La-Paloma" . . Yradier (By Request.) Two Step Selected . . "Stag Spangled Banner." . . The overture, "Morning, Noon and Night in Vienna," is program music and as the name signifies, is descrip tive of a day in Vienna. Satisfying requests for a repetition of the hunting scene, it has been placed on this week's urogram. This will be remembered as a description of an old-time English fox hunt; in tho early morning with the roosters crowing and the birds singing, the chase, and finally the shooting of the fox. Arrangements have been made for tho use of the band at the annual field day and picnic of the Dodge Manufacturing Co., Saturday, Aug. 8. rnici f as es com t xr 10 e n v. By a deal closed Friday morning, the Purity Shop, 110 Lincoln high way, east, was purchased by .Mrs. A. M. Greenberg of South Ilend, who took charge at once. The place will bo known as tho Lincoln Highway confectionery. TO EDUCATE GIRL. At a business meeting of the Christian Endeavor society of the Christian church, held Thursday evening it was decided to educate a girl in the Takin-Ogawa school at Tokio, Japan. This is the school where Miss Bertha Clausen is. She is a sister of Fred Clausen of this city. SPEEDER APPEARS IN . COURT AND PAYS FINE C. R. Stevenson, arrested last week for exceeding the speed limit by Motorcycle Cop Potts, appeared In the city court Friday morning and paid his fine of $1 and costs made by City Judge Feig at the hearing Monday morning. Lewis Welch, an umbrella mend er, arrested Thursday afternoon for public intoxication, was brought be fore Judge Feig Friday morning. He was found guilty of the charge and on a promise that hr would leave the city at once, was released with out a fine. Roy Edstell, E. Teith st... was ar rested on two charges Friday morn ing. One charge was for assault and battery on Mrs. Celia Muennlck and the other for provocation. Pro vocation was filed by Mr. Meunnick. He was released on furnishing $15 bonds for each charge. TT. R. W. O. W. will sivo an Ice cream social at First and Main sts. Saturdav ni-ht. Everybody Invited. Advt. jn,Y MFi7nx ifF.i.n. Thf July meeting of tho Woman's Missionary society of the First Bap tist church was held Wednesday even in? at tho home of Mrs. A. B. Whit ney. W. Joseph st. An interesting program was presented after which refreshments were served. coDmTi:i: mi:i-:ts. A meetintr of tho councilmanic com mittee was held Thursday evening in the city clerk's office at the city hall. Hills and other matters to come be fore the common council at their next meeting Monday evening was consid ered. noroiYF 1WSTKY S ALU The Ladies' Aid society of the Chris tian church hM a pas'.ry sale on the south side at 112 N. Main st. and one on the north side, at the Colbert hard ware store. TO TAKi: IjAKF. nti p. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Vhindlcr of this city will leave on a several days' lake trip in tho cast and through Canada, I T r I SI I . fv pv jm I.I 1 1 t ii "a i k s iv yyi 'rm tf . x . xx Livv x CAME. PRE'iS??. THE MARKET S riTTSISUIia STOCK. I ' I ITS U I ; R G II. ra.. Julv Sl.CATTLi: supply light; market steady; choice $oq s..-.'.-.; prime $S.CT8.10 ; good $.15S.40; tidy hutclx'rs $Si$S.'Jo; fair $7(;$7.40; roniinon $(t.7; common to rood fit bulls lo '7 7.2.1 ; common to good fat cows ..A)(a 7.15 ; frvsh cows ami springers ?4(Kt $7."; veal calves 1U."0($11 ; heavy and thin calves $7rS. 1 1 -I i ANlT LAMBS Supply lisrht, market steady; prime whether .JOli$; fiMul niix-l .S".4"(jj.'i.7.'j; fair mixed $i.7.V( f..iT: culls tnl common $l!i3; lambs 4 ir'.vjri. HlKJS Receipts ZOO: market slow: prim iK'avy hos .'J'U: indiums ?;.4")$,;.r4i ; heavy Yorkers .4."ra0.rK: light Yorkers tf.u.v.:.:): jjjps $i.4:. 'j.r.0 ; rouffh $rrf, SSi; stas TfeT.-o; heavy mlxeil $lKi)0(Vi ,'.oJ. K.st BUriI.( LIVE STOCK. CATTLE Ileteipts 400 head; market liht and steady: primo Kteers $9i.9.IjO; hipjiii- steers ?..'4)( s.o(). CALVES liweipts H) head; market ac tive. r.Oe higher; cull to choi-e $0(TrL2. SMi:i:i .NI LAM Its Uwip'w 1.CO0 head: market, fairly active; choke lambs s.:iriK": cull to fair 0(iS.Jo; yesirlings IK MIS Iheeipts ."i.100; market fairly ac tive. ,V low-r: Yorkers $9(99.(10; plr $9f? U.C); m1el WAOfuU.:); heavy $!).40D.4o"; roughs .SsS.15; stags $0.oO(9,7X. 1MON STOCK. I'M ON STOCK YAH OS, 111., Julv St. IKMJS lleeeipti m.OOO; market dud'and rc lower: mixed :ind lut-hers $s.43ra0.10; giod heavy .S'rJii ; rough heavy fS.,n0tf y.: liL-ht .Cit'J.iD; pigs $7.40(8.90; bulk CATTLE Keelpts 1.500; market eteadv: beov-e ,V7.;X)ft$10: cows and heifers $3.7."(?? stK kers an-d feo,iors $u.nO(g:$S; Teians 7.75 ; ca Ives $7 061 SHi:i:i, Ktx-elpts 7.(HH): market stroTis: iathe and western $."i.l.j(3oyi; Limbs 6 CHICAGO GRAIN'. CHICAGO, July 31. Oieuing V1II;aT May $1; Dec. Df,93; f Sept 92 COKX-Miy G.V,.a-,; kitt T;t '.i i ' -41 Dec. t,a'tM;1-v Julr Sept. G7; SOUTH RliXD 3LRKETS. J LOUIi A2iJ FEED. (Corrected Dally by Knoblock St Qn. Hydraulic Are.) CerraU md Flour Buyinjr whf?at at SV; oats at '.Vc; retailing at o0e: rve r)e: torn, buying at 7.V, selling at src. HAT. STRi IV AND FEED. (-rrected Dany uj the VTealey Millar Flour -V Feed Co., 420 S. Michigan St., Hay. wjinjf $12 to $14; aplHs J15 ta $18. Straw, payir-ff $G to J7: aeiho $3 ton. Uld corn, paying 7oc per bu.; selling 80c to 85e per bu. Oata, paying 40c p(r bu.; selling at 47c to 50c per bu. Clover aeed. P7lng $7.b0 to $S per bu.; elilng $ to b.C0. rOLXTRT AND MEATS. (Corrected Dariy by tL Ferudeil Jdarket. 125 N. Main Kt.) roultry ?liikens, paying 12c to 13c, tiling at 20- to 22e. Springs Paying 22c live, selling IZc. Meain Rt tan : e. 20c to 80c; round teak. 20e tj 2.V; sirloin iteak, 30c; porter fioue. oZc to 40c; bee! roast, 20c to 3&c; boiling beef, 10c to r-2uc; lard, 10c; nmoked ham. Oc to 35c. PROVISIONS. (Corrected Daily oy r. vr. Muellir, 219 E. Jefferon Blvd.) Iruit Oranges, per case. $3; lelllng at 40e to G- per dox. Lemons, case, $J; st'lllug at DOc per doz. Hananas, buy I r.,. w -----7 ...:- NORTH SIDE J Going Out of This is absolutely the greatest Money Saving Sale of the year. Dry Goods, Notions, Men's Fur nishings and 3000 Pairs of Shoes. All must go at H to off regular prices. Better come now while the picking is good. Sum s'tirTZzZy- w 'm I r THr PISH JOE dE. uorcnsi. HJIOST'OtOGftT. lrj 3c lb.; selling 5c to 2Tc doz. Veritable New cabbage, pajln 2Hc pouDd; selling at 5c. New potatoes buv ir.R $1.2T to $1.00 bu., aWling to .'.Ik. per peck. Better and Y.tf Country butrer. pay Inff. 20c to 20c; selling 25c and 30c Creamery 2Se; selling 3.V. Krgs. tri tly fresh, paying to 21c, selling 22c to 20;. SEEDS. (rorrerted Dally by Warner Broa. Seed Co.. 114 E. Wayne St.) 8el Timothy rayinp $2.7.". to S3 per bushel, selling at $3.2. Ked clover selling $.S.r). Alfalfa, l;iyiag $S to .7A sell ing at $.30. AllUe clover, paying from $10 to $12. selling at $12. Cow pens, pay ing from $2.:0 to $.U, selling $3.00. TALLOW AND HIDES (Corrects Dily by S. W. Llppman. 210 !t. Main St.) Tallow Rough, to 2V$c; rendered No 1, 4He to 5V,c; No. 2. 3c to 4Hc. Hides No. 1 green hlaes. He to 12c; cured, calf skin, 15MiC to lHc; wool, 17c to 22c. LIVE STOCK. (Corrected Dally by Major Uros., S. Logan Street.) Heavy fat steers, live owt.. ?t'.f.O to $7.7.", dressed lie to l.V. IIocss. ir to 200 lbs.. 7.25 to S.-'A Spring lambs, t 7 dressel 14c to lfk: PRINCESS TSSKS? Kalem Drama in Two Parts "The Call of the Tribe" Vitagraph Comedy "The Boys of the I. 0. U." Sc 5c l.-.n i,. lit.miiii T".. ..1 i..n.i m,mmm, ...3 11 1 ii ik i,m ii 1 . 1 11 in ia Ipiii. wu 11 . m , 7, y.vv- CENTURY THEATER TONIGHT Every lady attending the Cen tury tonight will receive a hand some handpainted souvenir. Warner's Features and Keystone Comedies will be shown these last three . days. Adults 10c Children 5c I ". 1 33 h i in I ' -' - - " 5T0EE 0 0 Business 3 Large Sot Air Furnaces $25.00 fcacli With Pipes 1 Peck & Williams Underfed 2 Gilt Edge Bust Be Taken Out At Once Robertson Brother TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT AD. Trv NEWS-TIMES WANT AD Place a trial order with us and see how much better groceries we can sell you and how much we can save you. This model store is by all odds the best in this city a broad statement, but a true one. Everything about it is clean, wholesome and reliable. Its stocks repre sent most fully the best things to eat from every quarter of the globe. BROTHERS Mishawaka Both Phones CIGAR Thai Quatliy Broadleaf Cigar Don't Worry Keep Going ii A TTIFATMFVT FOlt AFTOMomLF TIllFS You can increase your tire mileage, reduce tiro t-xper.v and eliminate most tire trouble by usinj? Zinico giuirantefd to clo.s and h-al all or dinary' punctures from nails, tacks or screws and not to loso its er'i clency fronx h at or cold. Guaranteed not to evaporate or harden to interfere with patching or vulc-anizin nor to clo valves. It will prevent SO percent of blowouts aid add at least Z per cent more miNa.e to fne tire. I'or Sale by GUY STUTZMAN Oakland (ian? Solo A sent tr st- Joseph County. MISHAWAKA. lloiiH' IMioiio "7. ! I i ! I I i t i ; m r t i K U P - 1 CIGAR ifziPKOjJ (