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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES v n M 77 A r M 3 SL-3 fejfe BOOSTERS SEE FARMERS about mm WEEK Prize List Still Growing Three Awards For Each Prize Entertainments of High Class Order. Thre sms to no let up in tho F.uh;-riptions to tho country far .vhh:h is to be hold on tho north hldo for throo days commencing Thursday next. They still kept coming in, many cf them without solicitation, and it is row ividnt to the conrnittee that the,y will have sufficient pizes to war runt them awarding throo in each rlai of entries. A barrel of flour, DO gallons of oil, barrel of suerar and another ton of coal were among the donations handed in Thursday. Tho cash subscriptions have amounted to u very tangible sum, and will insure a hih class of free attractions, Includ ing aeroplane flights daily during the fair, a high dlvo by Otto Johnson of this city ami other features. A jnerry-go-round 2ia3 also been cn t'agfd. Thursday, a number of automobiles carrying members of tho North Side JJoosterH club, went into the country" ;:nd mixed with tho farmers along the roads whom they interested In the lair, securing many promises of ex hibits. Tho boosters visited tho Bre men fair during the day anddld good juissionary work among tho farmers In behalf of tho Mishawaka celebra tion. Tho conimittoo nro now at work on tho poultry prize list, and havo so far completed it by naming the first prizes in each class. The second and third prizes will bo announced later, jind together with the entire and com jdeto list will bo published in the ofli clal program. J'ollowing is tho poultry prize list: Uarred Plymouth Rocks First, hat, donated by i G. Lehman. "Whlto Plymouth Rocks First, pipe and tobacco, donated by K. C. KU .sasser. Rose) Comb Rhode Island Reds 1'irst L'OO letterheads and 200 envel opes, donated by Ron Ton Printing company Singlo Comb Rhode Island Reds First, f0 cigar donated by Shafer & Plat ner. Single) Comb Whlto Leghorn First, pair of shoe??, donated by F. E. Keiser. White Wyundottcs First, hat. do nate. l by Adler Rros. Single Comb 1 Slack Minorca First, pair boots, donated by F. A. Ullmann. White Orpingtons First. 100 pounds C.lobe Munich feed, donated by W. K. llimch. Ruff Orpingtons First. HO cigars, donated by C. IT. lifhse. Pekln ducks First, pair arctics, do nated by the Mishawaka Woolen Man ufacturing company. Toulouse geese First, ZO clgnrs do nated bv C. II. Rehse. Fmdon geoso First, f. 0 cigars do nated by W. Arehart. F.antams First, T() cleans, donated by Shafer & IMatner. Pest display of any variety of chickens First, fishing tackle, do nated by P.arnard & Son. Rest display f any variety of pul p.ts First. $" in trade, donated ley Van Rie, jeweler. i'.elgian hares i'irst. r.O cigars, do nated by O. W. Arehart. Re-t dressed chicken First, clght tlav clock, donated by F. A. Yogt. Kxhibitors will b. allowed to take their exhibits home after tho fair if they wish but those w illing to donate them to the hospital and Orphans' home will have an opportunity of do ing so. mv ri:i:s i:tf.kt.in i-:i. The Twin Rr;'iu-h Rusy Iters club w t ro entertained by Mrs. Jawrence Miller and Miss Vera Rantz Wedties iay afternoe-n at th home of Mis. Miller. Miss Stella Matz won first pri.o in the postal card contest and Miss IVatric L-iin:,' second prize. Music and refreshments featured the entertainment. The club will meet :;i;ain in two weeks at the homo of Mrs. Octavo Arehambault, Tamarack. Y1SITI C IN CITY. Mr?-. Merle 1 . S.ier and daughter Magdaline. who have boon visiting Mrs. Sager's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Watkins, formerly of this city, nif.v of Iiporte. havo returned t. Mihaw.ik.i for a brief visit. Mrs. S ager will have shortly for Petroit, Mich., whore she will join her hus band and make her future home in that city. val tailoring Reh man's. Adv PASTUY SARI The Knickerbocker Guild will hold n Pastrv Sale at tho resilience of Mrs. Olrn Warner. 113 West Third Street, Saturday afternoon. October 2d, com mencing at l:no o'clock. Mrs. J. Al vin Scott and Mrs. Ctlen Warner will ha e eliarire. Advt. MISHAWAKA C! ASSIFIED. FOR SARK Rise burner. Call at lfi W. Jo-1 l'h st. FOR SARR One sinir'e cylinder Yale motorcycle, in good running condi tion, to make room for othr stock. takes it. Miller's repair shop. 20.1 N. Main st. Home phone 137. riMlOISTF.RINr;. repairing of furni t'.ire. i ld carp ts rcwovp; into new riiiis-. Call and see sample.. W. Shultz. Homo phone Te. R'O R. First st. WANTRD Washings. 220 Milburn st. FOR RRXT House nnd lots. Will Fell on easy payments. In-julre of Ren Raer. the clothier. 10'j South Main h.t. BURRELL & MORGAN'S GUAI.V M.r.VATOIt LL NUr lUllwsr r-nd Mill 8tre We l'ir thr llictt l'rlrc t the liam l'huae 5 MISHAWAKA BOWLING city LnGn; RLISASSRRS Walton .... . ... 187 159 153 McKland 177 152 Id?, 4C2 Rllsascr ir,r, U4 1H2 4 01 Wolf 2J2 US 167 .r. 1 7 Reebo 1Z: ISO 130 f05 Handicap .... 71 71 71 213 Totals 937 $64 S26 2727 UNCLE SAMS Van Dewalle 1S3 158 223 5G2 Nix 115 145 144 404 Arata 154 16$ 147 461 Ilerzog 105 S7 10S 300 IteproglA 141 175 15 1 4 70 Handicap .... 138 13S 133 534 Totals 896 922 974 2793 3nsirAVAKA uic;ui:. COLONELS Smith 154 135 142 431 Windbigler 112 96 97 305 Knoblock 116 119 113 248 Friend 97 122 ?S 317 MattLson 168 166 142 476 Handicap .... 244 244 244 732 Totals 891 S82 836 2509 RILEYS Ambros 155 239 131 525 McAllstcr 124 115 13C 375 Guy 133 12S 13S 399 I,ott 13S 145 154 437 Kuhn 166 164 139 469 Handicap 175 175 175 525 Totals 891 966 873 2730 WATCH CO. LRKJlli DA MAS K CNNIN G Hyatt 109 15S 169 426 Harrigan 126 123 14S 397 Landick 154 14 151 453 Welches 132 142 105 379 Camp 147 117 165 432 Handicap 197 197 197 591 Totals S65 685 938 2658 TRAINING Llnderoth 102 122 189 413 Wcoiston 137 152 127 416 Johnson 135 125 116 376 Hevde 173 173 141 487 Jensen 171 129 123 423 Handicap .... 173 173 173 519 Totals S91 874 869 2634 s. n. Tin bum: u: gci:. MVTS Yena , Gooley Goff O'Donnell .... Harding Handicap ... 133 123 It i 155 15S 190 151 9 7 134 100 133 190 166 123 154 111 163 190 453 343 419 366 4bG 570 Totals 890 PEN PUSHERS Shanaileld 104 810 907 2607 113 144 145 130 125 205 127 11S 113 146 136 205 346 387 3S5 448 394 615 Laven Kingslev , Crockett , Hershenow ... Handicap . . , 125 127 172 133 205 Totals NONPAREILS Knoblock , Swartz Greening Gross Brock Handicap Totals QUADS Jackson Eddy Max Jacobs Guontert Handicap Totals 866 861 S45 2 146 137 138 95 118 170 126 139 131 111 106 170 101 124 156 105 113 170 386 420 425 311 337 510 804 813 23S9 130 127 83 139 166 200 76 119 In o . 123 126 200 130 91 116 143 166 200 336 337 331 405 458 600 S45 776 846 2467 KEGISTUATION PLACES 1XU MISHAWAKA. riKST WARD l-t. 1. Hi K. Third st. (Dr. Seymour's office) IV t. 2. 7:U) R. Third st. Ki: OND WARD lvt. L Ra semen t, city hall. THIRD WARD 1VU 1. TO I W. Fourth Ft. Pet. 2. 412 S. Spring st. (lltusell coal yard) FOURTH WARD Pot. 1. ML W. Joseph t. 1VL Mishawaka Lmttliuff work. ?W Oliver ct. riFni WARD Pet. 1. I-. Joseph t. (old h.e bonse) l'enn Township, Precinct "A" C'arrol's store, Osceola. VAUDEVILLE AT CEXTUKY. An excellent vaudeville bill was presented at the. Century Thursday evening, the Crown City Comedy Four, harmony singers, in a singing and talking act. numbered among the best ever brought here. Their singing is very good and their comedy sayings brought many a hearty laugh. John A. West and his singing Wolf, pre sented tho biggest "laugh" ever en joyed at the local playhouse. His makeop alone fairly ma do tho audi ence scream. He is a very clever blackface and hLs entire act is up roariously funny. To tho accompani ment of his novelty bugle, a genuine wolf .lings. HOLD INTERESTING M7EI7TING. A meeting of tho Missionary society of the First Church of the Evangelical association was held Thursday after noon ut tho home of Mrs. R. F. Culler, 1017 W. Fourth st. Mrs. William Zimmerman led the devotional exer cises. Mrs. Rev. Spangler was in charge of tho program; Mrs. Charles Davis gave a reading on "How Our Missionary Society Disbanded"; Mrs. L. C. Smith gave a reading on "The Saving of Maggie". General reports from various committees were given. Choice refreshments were served. ISSUE $T.0O0 RUILRINC. PERMIT. Contractor Shuemaker Friday morning secured a building permit from the olMce of tho city clerk for A. J. Sehindler for the construction of a $3,0 00 residence at Center st. and Lincoln way west. FUNERAL FRIDAY. The funeral of James Nell and was held Friday morning at 10 o'clock from the residence at 420 W. Fourth st. Rev. Loren M. Edwards of the Methodist Memorial church officiated. Burial was in the city cemetery. PUT DIAMONDS IN SILYPE. The indoor diamonds at the Central tiro station have been aaln placed In first class condition after beins In a poor condition for several weeks. The station has a splendid team comprised entirely of tirenun, which is now ready for frame with any indoor teams in South Rend or Misfcawaka. Telephone Your Items to The New-Tirn 123 S. Main Street Bell 10; Homo 118 Many Speakers at Sub-District Conference Here Give Re view of District Institute Sunday School Work Fine. "Greater Efficiency in Evangelism and Sunday School Work" was the general topic discussed by tho speak ers at the quarterly conference and business meeting of tho Methodist Memorial church of this city Thurs day evening. The meeting was well attended by men, women and chil dren. Tho program was carried out in the entertainment parlors below the Sunday school rooms. At 6:30 o'clock a picnic dinner was served by tho ladies of the church. This is a family dinner given at each quarterly business meeting. The table wos beautifully decorated with cut and potted flowers. Rev. G. W. Martin opened the ses sion with a devotional address. Rev. J. C. Graham of Goshen, Ind., was tho second speaker of the even ing. He uied for his subject "Method ism's Program For tho Sunday School." He rendered several new ideas and suggestions along the lines of Sunday school and it3 teaching. Ho was followed by Rev. Loren M. Edwards, pastor of tho church, who spoke on "Methodism's Program for Evangelism." Other speakers of the evening wero Rev. Crow of Elkhart, Rev. Clair of Goshen, Rev. R. U. Wade of Elkhart, and Hev. Somerville Light of Bristol, Ind., superintendent of the Sunday school department for this district. The various speakers gave short reviews of tho Goshen dis trict Sunday school and evangelism institute held at tho Trinity Methodist church at Elkhart. Ind., Monday and Tuesday of this week. Following the various addresses, reports wero made by the heads of the different departments of the local charge. The report of tho Sunday school department showed a splendid Increase in attendance and member ship. The Sunday school department of this church has so increased in the past year that It has entirely out grown its rooms and additional space Ls being arranged for. The new im provement and enlargement to the church and tho department is being mada under the main auditorium of tho huilding. The work has been go ing on for sometime and the excavat ing is now nearly completed. The new addition will be fitted out and furnished in tho samo splendid ma terials as the rest of the edifice. SOCIETIES TO MEET. All of the young people's church organizations of the city will meet Friday evening in the Sundav school department of tho First Christian church. The plana for the part of tho various young people's societies in tho temperance campaign to be conducted this fall will be completed. MANY MISHAWAKANS ATTEND BREMEN FAIR Among thoso who attended the Bre men fair on Thursday were the fol lowing of this city: Mr. and Mrs. Mel Hunsberger, Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Albert, Mr. and Mrs. John Albert, Mr. and Mrs. William- Garman, Mrs. Jacob Albert, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Cart, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tupper, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellsasser, Mr. and Mr. Fred Newman, Mr. and Mrs. E. II. A'Hara, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harris, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Bingham, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Hollister, Mrs. Howard Dellman and daughter Wava, Mrs. Edward Schmitt, Mrs. William Blitz, Mrs. Delbert Ayres, Miss Loda Albert, Miss Bertha Schmitt, Miss Mary La Free, the Misses Bertha and Emma Walker, Miss Clara Blitz, Miss Dora Biltz, Miss Ruth Pfleeger, Miss Eathel Phillips, Miss Ruth Yates, Miss Bea trice Treadway, Miss Clara Fetters, Miss Minnio Parry, Norman Frank and son, B. C. Kenyon, D. L. Ayre, Fred Cook, J. C. Irwin, Homer Leach, Carver Squires, Leo Parry, C. W. Wilke, August Dosman, L. L. Rob bins, E. C. Ellsasser, Harlow Perry, William Fries, R--rt Webster, Gilbert Bretchel, Fred Hatfield, Claude Far rell, Floyd Fulmer, James Cook, Har ry Doll, George Werntz, Earl Work man. Harry Sutherland, Joseph Wachs and William Drudy. WILLOW CREEK LADIES AID IS ENTERTAINED Mrs. C. C. Sweitzer very pleasantly entertained the Willow Creek Ladles Aid society at Hillside Thursday after noon. Mrs. Charles Willis led tne ue votlonal service. During the business session which followed arrangements wero made to serve ix sale dinner at the homo of M. E. Morris Wednesday, Oct. 7. Mrs. William E. Brill, Chi cago, furnished music for tho occa sion. A two course strawberry fruit was served by the hostess, Mrs. Sweitzer, assisted by her daughter, Mrs. A. J. Eager, and Miss L. Contatt. Mrs, Charles Willis led the devotional service. A Bible contest was a feature of the social hour enjoyed by the la dies, a large number of whom were present. Including Mrs. William Bell of Chicago and a number of ladies from Mishawaka and South Bend. The house decorations were fall roses and asparagus ferns. A slip of a southern grown foliage plant broueht from the farm of Mrs. J. Aus tin was received by each person as a remembrance of the occasion. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. W. Ralliday, South Rend, Thursday, Nov. Z. GLEANER GIRLS JtEET. The Gleaner Girls of the Firt Evangelical association held a busi ness meeting Thursday evening at the church. Following the business meet ing a musical program was rendered. Refreshments were served. The next meeting of the organization will be hfdj in three weeks at the home of Mrs. L. Fyler of Chrlstyann st. DENTISTS' CLOSING TIME. The Mishawaka dentists have ex tended the Wednesday afternoon clos ing until Nov. 1. Advt. IfHOOISIS HOLD QUARTERLY MEEIG "BALL BAND" BAND TO GIVE CONCERT Continued good weather will permit another band concert Saturday even ing by the Woolen Co. band. The concert will be glen at the usual lo cation at Lincoln highway and Main st., beginning promptly ut 7:0 o'clock. PROGRAM. March, Our Nation's Pride. .. .Miller Overture, Poet and Peasant ... Fr. V. Suppe Waltz, From Faust Gounod Tenor solo. Dreams of Long Ago.. Caruso Curtice Koos, with band accompani ment. Medley, Southern Songs.. By request. Intermission. Tan so, Too Much Pep Medley, Scotch Sonus..., Ilecker .Macklin . .Lampe By request. Song and Dance, Carolyn. .Bartholmo Barn dance, Warm Up Larey Star Spangled Banner. The vocal solo by Mr. Koos of South Bend will be a special feature. It will be remembered that Mr. Koos sang once before this season with tho band and his song made a great hit. Next week there will be no band concert on the south side of the river, the services of the band being en gaged for tho last throe days of tho week for the north side country fair. OFFICERS ELECTED FOR SCHOOL PAPER A meeting was held in the assembly room of the Mishawaka high school Thursday afternoon to elect oliicers for and discuss the proposition of printing a school paper. It was de cided that the paper should be gotten out wholly within the school, the printing to be done on the new press recently placed in tho industrial arts department. Helen Lang was appointed editor in chief by tho faculty. Following is tho result of the election of officers: Athletic editor, Seilfert 2 5, Studley 24; social editor, Florence Seitz 10, Dorothy Noyes 17, Lyndell Martling 12; departmental editor, Dema Leopold 3:!, Helen Service 17; Joke editor, Marv Robinson 21, John Branstretter 15, Laura Dundon 14; advertising manager, Lester Lett, unanimous: circulation manager, Dempster Beatty 2S. Harry Pelton 21. The advertising and circulation man agers were chosen from the printing classes. Garlield Lovell presided over the meeting. It is now planned to make the paper a bi-weekly. PASTRY SALE POSTPONED. The pastry sale which was to have been held Saturday afternoon by the ladies of the Methodist Memorial church has been postponed until next Saturday afternoon. DRILL CLUD ENTERTAINED. Members of the Home Grove Drill Club of the W. O. W. were entertained Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. I. II. Barnes of 13 4 E. Grove st., by Mrs. Erma Morgan. The evening was spent in games and contests. A two-courso luncheon was served by the hostess. The next meeting of the club will be held one week from next Wednesday morning. ATTEND SOUTH BEND AFFAIR. A largo number of Mishawakans spent Friday at South Bend attending the Disease Prevention program t:nd parade. GREAT BATTLE IS RAGING AT R0YE WEST OF 0ISE (CONTINUED FROM! PAGE ONE) hours that portions of the German army were retiring toward Belgium. Kciort Metro Fortifications. One report from Belgium, which came by the way of London said that tho Germans were throwing up an elaborate series of fortifications along the frontier of Belgium. Villages are surrounded with barbed wire, it was said, and long lines of earthworks are to be seen everywhere. This re port, instead of conveying the infor mation that reinforcements were be ing sent to the aid of Gen. von Kluck, said that German troops were con stantly arriving from France. Gen. Joffre has reported that the Germans have been making strong efforts to occuny the heights around Roye and those commanding Fres-nov-Le-Grand. 10 miles northwest of St. Quentin. However, the French war office statement issued late last night said: "German offensive movements against our left have been repulsed. The general situation is satisfactory. We have made progress in the vicinity of the Argonne." Parisians Arc Confident. The optimistic feeling In Paris con tinues high, and every morning the Parisians arise confident in their pre diction that the night will bring "big news" of a German retirement. Further foreign reinforcements for the allies ore expected daily. Members of the staff of Gen. Gal lleni, the French military governor of Paris expected developments from the vicinity of Arras soon. The allies are resorting to every avenue of as sistance to drive the Germans from the strong position that they held at the apex of the trianglo formed by tho Junction of the Oise and Aisne rivers. Naval artillery has even been rushed to the front to bombard the Invaders. The French naval guns are said to be able to outran ec the German guns by about 700 yards. Message for Reinforcements. King George of England has s:ent two messages to the reinforcements that have lust arrived on the firing line. One is addressed to the British troops recalled from India, the other is to th Indian troops. The message to the L'agllsh soldiers follows: "You have been recalled from ser vice in India together with your com rades from that country, to fight for the safety and honor of the empire. Belgium, which country we are oledtred to nrotect. hps been devas tated and France invaded by the same powerful foe. I have implicit con-, fidence in you. Duty is your watch- j ! word. I know your duty will lie i nobly done and I pray God to bless : you and guard you and bring you back j victorious." i The second message, addressed to ; the Hindoos, follows: j "I know with what readiness the j brave and loyal Indian troops are . prepared to fulfill this sacred trust j on the field of battle shoulder to j shoulder with your comrades from j all parts of the empire. You will al ways be In my thoughts and prayers. I bid you go forward and add fresh lustre to the glorious achievements and to the noble traditions of cour age and chivalry of the Indian army, whose honor aiid fame is in your hands." CanadiarLs Nerrt to Arrive. The next foreign troops to arrive on the scene will be the Canadian.3. W. R. Corey, the United States steel millionaire, who has arrived from his ; ehateau, says that tho French mili- i thM grounds into an Immense pasture lor L'.eu cattle ouartered there lor or L'.lu cattle quartered food. Richard Harding Davi?, an Ameri can war correspondent, who has had more adventures than any other cor respondent in the field, has started for London on his way home. Before leaving he said: "No more front for me. I have been arretted and locked up and God knows what else. War correspond ents can do nothing. I expect to leave for New York at once." THOUSANDS OF WOUNDED DIE FOR WANT OF CARE ( CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) to a stop at a station or upon a side track, the cries of pain swell up with a dreadful chorus. Manv Dio on Way. White-faced, fever-racked men, writhing in the final delirium of death, tear at their flesh or utter wild prayers as they hover in the painful borderland that lies Just betveen life and death. Every train load of wounded brlnjrs its cargo of dead. When the doors of a car are thrown open at the destina tion the surgeons are always sure to find one cold body among those in which the vitals still linger. Tho Germans have been amazed at the Turcos who are fighting with tho French. These wild battle loving war riors seldom give way to emotion, no matter how badly they have been hurt. When one has been compelled to undergo the loss of an arm or a leg he usually demands the severed limb as a trophy of his prowess. Send 200 Ambulances. The British Red Cross organization is puttir.g -00 motor ambulances into France and they are badly needed here. Five hundred would not be any too many. Motor ambulances can make much better time than trains because the latter are often held up for hours. It is nothing unusual to see a train load of wounded shifted to a siding where It will wait for hours, everyone wondering why. Then suddenly a locomotive will dash Into view pulling but one coach, and as it shoots by at a speed of 60 miles an hour every one realized that it is carrying a general from the front to Paris or from Paris to the front and that his mission is one of great im portanco. The military hospital at th Traino palace. Versellies, contains about 600 British soldiers. The American hospital at tho Lyoeo Pas teur Neuilly (dedicated to military purposes) contains about ISO British soldiers. Americans have a right to ho proud of this hospital, which is de scribed as one of the best of its type. There are nearly 100 British soldiers in the Astoria hotel, which has been transformed into a hospital. Many other Parisian hotels havo also been turned into hospitals. SECOND SESSION OF PEACE CONFERENCE IS ON Carrania's Rcirt on Success of Re bellion Features Meeting Delay Removal of U. S. Troops. MEXrCO CTTY, Oct. 2. Tho sec ond session of the preliminary con ference of constitutionalist generals to prepare for tho national "peace convention" was held here today. The general "peace conference" will prob ably open in Aguas Calientes on Oct. 10 instead of In this city. Tho event of point scheduled for today was the report of Gen. Car- ranza on the triumph of the consti tutionalist cause. It now seems cer- PRINCESS THEATER TO MIGHT WHEN THE WAR THREATENS" A Thrilling War Drama in Two Parts. "THE FABLE OF THE GOOD FAIRY" Essanay Comedy. Sc Sc W. L. SMITH CHIROPRACTOR r27 Lincoln Highway West, If you have a kink in your back that's your business. If you want it adjusted that's our business. Rome Phone SOT. THE WAR IS NOT OVER. Not the Winter Ecithcr. So havo your clothes and hats cleaned and pressed immediately by THEODORE TRACAS, 105 W. Second sL Both. phono S33. MONEY r i Deposited on or before Oct. 12, 1914, will L J draw interest from Oct. -rh 1, 1914, at 4 per cent. MISHAWAKA TRUST & SAVINGS COMPANY i . , ... . m i, i .mil . ' , if -' - - i . -A (o) 1 . mi A T r if O) "' '.J'"t' ' ' - W4 " " Sf 1 'r-i i . . i .- ' ' 1 r tain that the present Feries of confer ences will be. extended although there are differences of opinion on this core. The conferences now taking place will probably supersede tho meeting which had been called fr Monday. Tho session today, like that of. yes terday, was held in the hall -f the chamber of deputies with Luis Coher ent presiding. The only bu siness that had been conducted Rt the first ses sion was the presentation of creden tials. Gen. Carranza was given an rnthu-j siastic greeting and he predicted that all loyal and patriotic Mexicans would soon be in accord. BAR WAR TALK. BLOOM INGTON, 111.. Oct. 2. IMs- cussing me war is ioroiuaen employes j of the Lake W cstern Railway Co.. ac cording to an order posted here to day. 2 CENTURY THEATER C03I3NG MONDAY, OCT. .YTH. MJSS LETTIE PICKEOED, SISTER TO LITTLE MARY, IN THE HOUSE OF BONDAGE A Photo Dnuiia SerisaHon In Si.v Pnrts. The frreatcst warning to children anil parents ever knoyvn. Endorsed by America's Most Prom inent People. Under the auspices of the Civic's De partment of tho Mishawaka Woman's Club. Adults 10c Children 5c Gift Night At The Century Every Tuesday ENTRIES "j 1MT T! i iiiiiiiifflL JW 2h MDiitry WILL BE TAKEN AT THE NORTH SIDE DRUG STORE, 519 N. MAIN ST. NO CHARGE FOR ANY ENTRIES. LET US KNOW WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO BRING. E. C. WENT, CHAIRMAN. THE FAIR IS OPEN ONLY TO ST. JOSEPH CO. EXHIBITORS. y r-r- T i i JUSSAWAKA. RUGS CARPETS LINOLEUM and Peninsular Stoves and Ranges j CREDIT TERMS S Now to open a savings Strong Money deposited before October 12th draws interest from October 1st, at 4 percent. First Trust & Savings Co. Mishawaka, Ind. In the same building and under the same manage ment as First National One Dollar will SWEDISH WOMAN APPLIES FOR CITIZENSHIP PAPERS At least one woman in South r;' will bo prepared to vote If an e; suffrage law is passed in Indian. i, having applied for nattiralizat 1 1 papers freui the clerk of th circuit, court Friday. Hilda Marie S.-ens5 :i. 21 years old. C37 W. Colfax av.. is ?,. f tho few women in South Ind w!: ) has ever applied for citizenship cre dentials. Mi.-sS .vensson is a native . f Sweden, having come from th.n country in .$2. Having neither band nor father she annliod for th naturalization papers In order to be come a full-!dced citizen of t!. Fnited States and to ho in a posit:--'! to vote if she u iriven th opportu nity. In Jillin out tho application for first papers Miss S'vonss.on cave her occupation as that of a maid. Theater Tonight v.i-ii;vu,i.i: CROWN CITY COMEDY FOUR Comedy Harmony Singing JOHN A WEST AND COMPANY Introi'iicinc llio .Minimi llrowiilc ami Illi (irnnil OjMra Wolf. riCTl'Iti: l'LAYS THE LAW UNTO HIMSELF" Rex Drama in Two Parts. "WILLIE AND THE PARISIANS" Good Comedy. Adults 10c. CIilMivn .'r Ysi m n U2 FOR THE O -1 0 71 a M M account with hh i n H 7J w il isamc open an account. 1 ULlM I Oil B JIM (Si 7 U Bank f