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12 MONDAY, OCTOIiMi: VI. 1I)H. E WILL TO 1 RAISE FUN V Campaign to Save Associated Charities Will be Whirlwind Affair Propose Plan to Con solidate Philanthropic Work. A ramralgn to raie a fund for the Associated CharitiH will be made in h'outh liend within the next 10 days. Aii a result of the conference at the Y. M. C A. luncheon Saturday, when It '.van unanimously decided that the city must have an organization for promoting charity work, plans are be in? made to make a day's campaign for tho i)uroh: of raising more Nearly .South p.end business ni'-n haw. agreed to concentrate their ef forts n Mim one day to bo set aside in the near future for soliciting Jinanres f,,r the maintalnanee of th organization. A special meeting of the board has been called for Tuesday nighi by George IT, Pingham and plana will be made at that time. That the present organization can not bo operated successfully unless a larger fund is contributed was the op inion of those present Saturday and plans were Immediately made for en largement. Iirgcr quarters will ! secured and -plans for conducting it :i a broader basis are being made. Plans, tor a complete rearrangement for conducting Sou t M Ilend charities are being made. The Chamber of Commerce is promoting a plan, which is now being successfully followed in iMyton and Cleveland, Ohio, ; ml numbers of other large citie.i of the cast, for operating all philanthropic movement.-. Will Call Mcrtin. Harry A. Kngman, jr., president of t!ie Commerce Chamber, in the next few days will call a meeting of the representative.'5! of all charity move ments in South land to arrange a more systematic plan. It is the plan to arrange endorse ment cards which would only be given to worthy movements. Business men, merchants, manufacturers and citi zens, who tire now harassed hundreds of times a year by charity solicitors, might then before giving demand that they seo these cards. before any donation would be made. The plan would compel charity so licitors to have such endorsement, and these solicited could refuse to give unless .sumo sort of recommenda tion in tho form of an endorsement was made. It has been declared that business men have not time to look into the practicability of the numbers of charity movements. It i:- tee plain to have a special board appointed by tho Chamber which will investigate thoroughly every movement. Plans are being made to urge peo ple to promo to. only one civi; charity organization, as in that manner but one administrative body is required and expenses are lowered, giving in creased funds for real work. OLD SOLDIER TELLS OF FIGHT IN POST QUARTERS Says Coinrado AYliIlo Knraed Struck Him Across Xoso With Heavy Cane. Henry Crocker, 1219 Michigan av., who pleaded gailty to charges of as sault and battery tiled bv Daniel Dressier. 2C6 JZ. Klder st.. Saturday morning in city court, was lined ?! and costs Monday morning by Judge Warner. Dressier, in his story on the stand, said that tho tight had taken place in tho G. A. 11. hall in the old court house. Croektr, he declared, had taken offence because some cor respondence had been addressed to him at I-ikeville, whereas it should have been addressed to his home in this city. For that reason and no othr. declared Dressier, Crocker beat him with his list and struck him across the nose with a heavy eane. Dressier said that Crocker was so enraged that .'evera! men from another room who aine to his assistance, were powerless to restrain him. Dressier demanded that Crocker bo placed under a peace bond but his request was refused by the court. FIFER TRIAL AGAIN DELAYED AT ELKHART Failure to ilnlsh another case pre- i:n--r it has caused further delay in the opening- of the trial of Floyd l'ifer, charged with tho murder of i:. .. link, a Michigan a v. druggist, in the Klkhart circuit court. Pros. Montgomery stated Monday that he would not go to Klkhart until he re eied a summons from tho court there that it vns prepared to take up t lie j 'ifer matt. It D expected that the ase will begin sometime during The middle- part of this week unless i: nfoisecn circumstances prevent. GUARDIAN FOR WIFE IS ASKED COURT BY HUSBAND John . Klin has rib'd a petition In the circuit court for the appointment of a guardian for his wife. Jennie M. Kline, who he allege? is of unsound m!nd. Kline states that he wishes to dispose of certain property vulued at .14. b nginir to himself aiel Ife How to Banish Wrinkles Quickly If t!. aer:l rnn erlr Vv- it. It N net At Il d if lieu It t- pre-rve t! e ..,nh fal etaU'!:r md velvety ata.-tt ..f eUij"xln. Kvptj woman Lul- t- !.er f.iev wrinkled r iKifpy, nn.I jr:t' t ! ally eery e:; eij eri;:;e:;te 1 vit;j ::. e hfrt "f p.'itnt remedy ia tl,e -ffrt eitbi-r Ij re;..oe saa conditio:) r ward it .cr. As a irrritter of frti, the r.u-t pfTitive r.-:;i.ij in ti.e wrM 5 s .'.. t!;it any ur:iaa rua e:i!!y luake t;j b.ere!f at l :ae. In a EraT.tJs titi-e. It f -r take no wiii h A't jrnre p it-I ..t ..l;t m l.mh m p!ifia.e at u:.y !r;;i: -..re. :u-d dl.v-.'..- it iu u half ;--,t i!h bazI. .V !;.! t'l! barm-. :t:-l refr.U 1: k' I'Jtl. a to ti e T.i. en-rj day. TI.e r.nlis nrt rjrilr.'-flnl h;t.-i n t:i !, js liven Hft.-r t!. v-p tirt it p ;,!-:;? i . .ti a i.-iarkfl lr.ipr.rAein.rjt U Mp;ir-at 1"!." V. flnkI- lire 1,. ;n ,vJ ., ,,1 t,, f ,,. ii '.,;...! l. Millie I 1. i ,; IirUi- FOR CHARmrWOH Bury Young W oman Who Tired Of Struggle Against Poverty Mrs. Julia P. Demski. vho killed herself Friday ewninir by swallowing carbolic acid, was buried. Monday morning in the St. Joseph cemetery. The funeral was held from the house. 511 S. Kaley st., at 8 o'clock. The woman leaves a husband, Frank Dem ski. and four small children. Tired of what promised to be a lifelong strife in behalf of herself and her family, Mrs. Demski, who was but 22 years old, mother of four little chil dren, gave up the battle against ap parently hopeless odds. Discouraged by barrier after harrier In the path from poverty to prosperity, seeing the home which she had saved and economized gradually slipping from her, she decided that the task was fruitless. Without a hint of her in tention, the defeated little woman left her home and children Friday evening at supper time, apparently to see a creditor. She did not return, and at 3 o'clock her husband, Frank Demski, bean a search for her. For three hours h traveled about through the heavy rain, but with no result. At 11 o'clock h went to the shed in I the rear of their home and there he J found his wife dying from the effects ! of a large dose of carbolic acid. While being rushed to a hospital a few min RALLY DAY IS OBSERVED AT CONFERENCE CHURCH 1". II. Congregation Is I'ntcrtained hy Uvturev Much enthusiasm and Ijar'? Attendance. Rally day was observed Sunday at the Conference Memorial United P.rethren church and members of the congregation and the Sunday school stated that it surpassed in point of attendance, enthusiasm and collec tion, anything ever before attempted in the history of the church. Prof. M. A. ilonline was the chief speaker of the day. At the morning service Prof. Don line spoke on the subject, "The Sun day School as an Kducational linsti tution." He .said that every child in any community is an assest to the community and as such should re ceive attention from the people, both religious and moral. "Problems of Religious Kdueation" was the topic of his afternoon ad dress. He stated that in his opinion there were four divisions of life physical, intellectual, social and re ligious. He also made the statement that if tie young people of this gen eration were brought into the faith the young people of the generations to come would be of the faith." Attendance at both lectures was large. FATHER ACCUSES SON AND C0MPANI0N0F $37 THEFT MiUv Popielski Declares That Money Was Taken lYom Home While lie Worked. Accused of the theft of $;;? from the home of Mike Popielski. 2 4 28 W. Monroe st., Adam Marciniak and John Popielski, a son and companion of the elder Popielski, were arraigned in city court Monday morning1 and entered pleas of not guilty. The theft is said to have occurred when Popielski was at work and tho two boys Nere left in charge of tho house. " Marciniak is but 1G. while tho younger Popielski is only 14 years old. Both were lodged in the county jail until their apnearance in citv court j Saturday morning. I They were placed under bond of j $200 and their cases set for Tuesday. 1 Young Popielskl's case will be taken over by Juvenile Olllcer Miller. REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE IS ORDERED INTO COURT Dr. laluin A. Martin is Alleged to Have Sot Paid Allowance to His Family. Dr. Jd win A. Martin, republican candidate for county coroner, has been order. -M by Ji'.dge Vernon V. Van Fleet to appear in the superior court Tuesday, oec. 13, and state why he has failed to pay a weekly allowance to his divorced wife, Verna Martin, and chiblrden. When the divorce was giv.nted the husband was ordered to pay $f. per week toward the sup port of his family, but according to a complaint by the plaintiff she has received but $19 since July 20 when she should have had $00. The court cited Martin to appear for a hearing as to why he should not bo punished for contempt for failure to abide by its orders. MAIN CLEANING COMPANY SUES GEORGE A. HARROP New York Concern Alleges South IW-iul Man Owe it Iilll for Work In Oldo. Suit to collect -was filed in the superior court Monday by the Na tional Water Main Cleaning Co., of New York, against George A. Harrop. secretary and treasurer of the Na tional (X. of this city. Tt is alleced by the plaintiff that a contract was made with Harrop on Oec. 'J7, 191:1, to eb an and repair a system of mains in North lialtimore. O. The plaintiff states that the work was accomplish ed and that the bill amounted to $4.'?1.73. Of this sum it is alleced that but 5 2.S05.40 has been paid, leaving a balance of ILCSh.?..? due. Judgment for Jl..r00, which includes attornev's fees, is asked bv the plain tiff. . TWO NEW CONCERNS FILE INCORPORATION PAPERS Artirles of incorporation for two inuth l-eiid eoncerns have been tiled ! with the eounty recorder. The Keed J lhnbosser Co.. has eapitalized at ! M.oee ar.l will manufacture ma ehins ami maehinerv applianees f.or printing and bo..; binding. The di-r.--t.tr: ;n.l ineorjiorators are Kiven as William Homier, jr., Georpe V. Zinkv and Fred C. Klein. Tlie IVjffy Ice ( '(. ha.s been incorporated at ::.'"'!' ami will manufacture ice and sell c-o.il and wood. The incorporators are K. Duffy. F. R. Arther nnd A. A. Aareher and the directors are pi ve n as F. M. Dolan F. Duffj- and A. A. Archer. utes Liter, the disappointed mother passed from existence, her life ended by her own act. IiOrt of Money Cause of Act. According to her relatives, Mrs. Demski's suicide was the direct re sult of tho shock which she ex perienced on coming home from her work one evening last week to find that the furniture which was bought on the Installment plan, had been taken back because of a lapse In pay ments. The loss of $400 which was secreted in one of tho bureau drawers added tho final touch to her tragedy. The furniture men who took the goods from tho home as well as the proprietor, discredit the story of the 5 400, declaring that they found but $10 In one of the locked drawers, which amount was returned immedi ately to the Demskis. Friends and relatives of the woman, however, maintain stoutly that they had seen the money which Mrs. Demski is said to have taken from a bank in her fear that a linancial crash was immi nent. The replevin suit filed by the furni ture company will never be tried, but Demski has declared he Intends to press action in tho effort to find tho $400. DEATHS. WM. M. STIUXMITTZ. The death of William M. Steln rnetz, 55 years old, occurred Sunday at his home, 528 Dubail av., after an illness of nine months. He was a member of couth Bend lodge. No. 7$, Woodmen of the World. He was born at White Pigeon, Mich., Oct 8, 1859, and has lived in South Bend for 12 years. In 1899 ho married Ella Shutts, who survives him. He also leaves a mother, Mrs. Caroline Steinmetz of New Paris, Ind., a son, Fred I. Steinmetz of South Bend and three brothers, Nicholas Steinmetz of Syracuse, Ind., Kdward Steinmetz of Goshen, Ind., and Elwood Stein metz of New Paris, Ind. The funeral will be at the home, at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, Kev. Frank K. Dougherty officiating. The burial will be in Kiverview. mi is. axxk ii;srrs. Mrs. Anne Desits. 32 years old, S20 Fisher st., died at the tulerculosl3 camp Sunday morning. She leaves a husband, Joseph Desits, and two sons. She was born in Hungary, March IS, 1S82, and had lived in South Bend about three years. The funeral was held at f-t. Stephen's at 2:30 o'clock Monday aft ernoon. Ft. Alexander Varlaky offic iating. Burial was in Cedar Grovo cemetery. Receives Reprimand From the Safety Board for Dringing While on Duty. Patrolman Harry Jennings of tho iocal police department, was fined one month's pay and received a se vere reprimand from the board of public safety at a special meeting held Monday morning to hear charges preferred against the otlicer by Chief of Police Kerr. In the atliddvit hied with the clerk of the board, Jennings was accused of entering the saloon of Clarence Klliott on Polk st. while in full uniform and while on duty. While in the saloon he was said to have drunk intoxicat ing liquor. He pleaded guilty to the charge, thus dispensing with the test imony of the two witnesses. John A. Hibberd, member of the board, and his chauffeur, Orville Matthews, were the witnesses. Hibberd stated to the board that he had seen Jennings in the saloon while in the neighborhood on person al business. He rejorted the affair to 'hief Kerr and the charges were immediately filed. Pres. Augustine, of the board of sfaety, in his reprimand to the of ficer, said that at the beginning of the present administration he haid laid special stress upon the rule in the police department manual which absolutely forbids an otlicer to par take of liquor while in discharge of his duty. "The dignity of tho department, said Augustine, "rests largely upon the conduct of its ofllceiis. An otlicer in a suloon while In uniform is a bad example, Jennings also broke rule No. 37, which forbids a patrolman to enter a ealoon under any condi tion except while In strict discharge of his duty." Jennings In his awn "behalf stated that the offense had been committed 'just before ho had started home at tho noon hour. He held, he declar ed, that ho was off duty at the time. The board, however, felt that ;ui of ficer's working hours Included his meal hours, MISS SPAINJS HONORED NnnuHl Assistant Sporting Kditor of School lancr. Mips Dorothy j?pain, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spain of Ietroit and niece of Mrt. "Walter Derr of N. Ii- fayette sL, ha; had an unusual honor conferred upon her by being made as sistant sporting- editor of "The Stu dent", a monthly publication of the Central high school at Detroit, where i-he is a senior this year. It is the tlrst time in the history of the school that a girl has held the position of assist ant in the sport department and the position wjls given her because of her exceptional interest in things athletic. .he is an expert amateur tennis play er and ha.s played on the girls' basket ball team for several years, and is in tensely fund of all outdoor sports. Mis Spain with her younger sister. Miss Margaret, spent several weeks this summer with her aunt, Mrs. Derr. Both have visited here frequently and are very popular among the younger set. Their father. Charles Spain, is assistant superintendent of the Detroit sch ools. SAY (U.KM.WS LOST ..000. LONDON. Oct. 12. A Central News dispatch from Amsterdam tate that the Germans lost 45.000 men in their attack? of forts Waelhem and Wavre iSU Catherine ut Antwerp. PATROLMAN JENNINGS IS GIN HEM FINE 1 C MIL CASES COME UPJEXI TERM Mrs. August Suhl and Ben Kahn Will be Tried During No vember Session. Neither the trial of Augusta Suhl, charged with poiosoning her hus band, Charlc-3 Suhl, nor that of Ken Kahn, once convicted of arson, will come up in the circuit court this term but both cases are expected to he tried during the November session. The .Suhl case was stricken from the docket for tho September term at the Friday setting and Pros. C. A- Mont gomery stated Monday that the Kahn case will not be taken up until next term. Kahn was convicted of burning- his store on S. Michigan st. by a Jury in the circuit court a year ago, the trial being one of tho most sensational in recent years. The alleged lirebur was granted a new trial and will again defend himself from a sentence to the penitentiary. .Several of the alleged "arson ring" with headquarters in Chicago, are lnvoloved in the case. Nathan pira, the insuranco adjustor who figured prominently in the gun flg-ht "between detectives and a num ber of crooks In tho loop there last week, being1 one of the witnesses for the defense when tho Kahn case was tried here. Hen Fink, named the "human torch" of the "arson ring," who has confessed to having started many tires over the country, is being" used by the Chicpao authorities in the prosecution of the cases there but will be brought to South Bend by Pros. Montgomery when the Kahn case is tried in the circuit court. Fink is said to have played a prominent part in the Kahn tire and will be one of the most important witnesses for the state. KREBS TO BE SPEAKER l'liycIioIoKit Will Addresv Ad-Sell Ijeague Tonight. Dr. Stanley Krebs will be the principal speaker at the first "banquet. of the Ad-Sell league to be held at the Oliver hotel Monday evening. Dr. Krebs is a prominent psychologist and will have as the subject of his address "Power of Iteration and Indirect Suggestion In Advertising and Sell ing". Another Important feature of the meeting will be a talk by W. K. Lamport, who will outline the plan of the educational course for the year. Two courses are presented by the Associated Advertising clubs of tho World and Mr. Lamport, as chairman of the educational committee of the Ad-fell league and a member of the same committee of the national or ganization, will meet with the board of governors Monday afternoon to de cide which course shall be adopted. C. U. Stevenson, N. S. Gingrich and others who attended the convention at Toronto during the past summer, will give short talks at the Monday night meeting upon the work of the national advertising organization. GET GAME WITH "AGGIES" High School Team Will Play Winona College Nov. 21. After much corresponding and dick ering. Coach Metzler has secured the Winona Agricultural college football eleven as opponents for the local team on Nov. '21. The date has been open since the beginning of the sea son, although iMetzler has tried East Chicago, Benton Harbor and a host of other high schools, hut none could make arrangements to meet the lo cals. The Winona management wrote to Metzler asking for Nov. 14, but that date being taken by Hammond, Metz ler offered the college team the fol lowing Saturday, and they accepted. The strength of the collegians is an unknown quantity, but without a doubt they will be stronger than any high school team that the locals could hook up with. PETTY ROBBERIES ARE REPORTED TO POLICE William II. Swintz. manager of tho National Grocery Co.. reported to the police Monday morning1 that some time Saturday or Sunday night thieves had entered the St. Joseph st. warehouse of the company and stolen $6 worth of cigars. Detectives investigated and found that en trance had been gained with a plank which was extended from a freig-ht far to a seond-story window on the north side of the building. K. 1 Woofters. 728 ' Robrrtson St.. reported to the police that several valuable tools including saws, chis els, braces and hammers, had been stolen from his shop. No trace of them has been found. The chief of police at Dowagiac and the sheriff at Casso polls, Mich., have asked the local police depart ment to search for a four-passe ngcr Ford touring car which was stolen from Hartford, Mich. Two men are supposed to have stolen it. TRUST AND SAVINGS CO. SUES TO COLLECT NOTES .ludjrmcnt for 51,136.00 Is Asked lYoni Mr. and Mrs Arthur Z. Hall in Superior Court. The Mishawaka Trust and Savings Co. has tiled suit airainst Arthur Z. Ba.ll and Mary . Hall in the superior court, for foreclosure of a mortgasre and judgment of Jl.F'.OO on two promissory notes. The company al leges that the defendants gave them their live-year note for ?v"o on Sept. 2 0, 100. and another for SluO on Aug. 2v, 1011. and that -neither has been paid. The plaintiff holds a mortcaire on certain property as se curity and asks that this be fore closed t satisfv its claim. JUDGE WARNER ADDS TO LIST OF STREET WORKERS Out of nine men who faced Jud Warner in city court Monday morning on intoxication charges. only two were allowed to go with suspended sentences. Frank Philips. 1":'! 1-2 N. Main st.. and James Kay. 71- N. Push ing St.. were lined heavily, having vio lated previous suspended sentences from thn same court. Philips drew $5f and costs and Hay J2." and cost. All "were pent to jail to nor1- " the streets rf the ci" FREE-- Knitting and Crocheting Lessons An expert instructor from the Fleisher Yarn Co. of Philadelphia, is daily showing South Bend women new ideaS, in knitting or crocheting. All are invited to attend these clashes on our Second Floor. Classes are held from 9:00 A. M. on, throughout the day. lylfyman's WW e a rw HOSE For Women For Men For Children at 25c For Ladies: Best grade Lisle Hose seamless 4 -thread heel and toe; black only. For Misses: Plain ribbed Silk Lisle in black only. For Boys: Heavy ribbed, best cotton hose, in black only. For Men: Silk Lisle or Silk Plaited half hose extra quality, in black only. first floor CHAMBER GIVEN NEW PROMISES OF STRONG SUPPORT (CONTINUED FROM PAGH ONE) is destroyed when intense Individual ism prevents public issues from be ing settled as they arise. "The chamber can create or en courage the elements that make for cooperation. It can create the spirit of appreciation. It can establish the habit of giving". It can generate the atmosphere of enterprise, "Out of these three Intangible things comes a complete regenera tion of public spirit. The atmos phere of enterprise is that peculiar condition of the public mind which influences men to launch out. It may be called confidence, in the future, or self reliance or optimism. "A young1 man full of energy and in possession of a shoe string may sitrt business In Spokane or Seattle with the fullest approbation from the ptiblic and with the general belief that success will attend his effort. The same young" man with the same shoe string would be ridiculed out of business if he tried to start in Meri dan. Conn., or some small town in even this vicinity. Can Create Atmosphere "In the small town tho public looks on tomorrow skeptically. It may bring storms, wars or other troubles. Hut the prospect is too far remote to induce the conservative little town to take any chances. "Tho Chamber of Commerce can create an atmosphere of enterprise that will stimultae men to do the best that is in them instead of the least." Harr.v A. Engman, Jr., president, introduced Rev. Mr. Lipplncott, who presided at the luncheon. Following the address Mr. Wilson talked and EIE1 CROSS, IK G LDREM LOVE SIRUP OF If Feverish, Bilious, Constipat ed, Give Fruit Laxative at Once. Don't scold your fretful, peevish child. See if tongue is coated; this is a sure sirn its little Ftomach, liver and lwels are clogged with sour waste. When listless, pale, feverlnh, full of cold, breath bad, throat sore, doesn't eat. sleep or act naturally, has stom ache. indigestion, dlarrhcea, give a teaspoonfui of "California Syrup of I itx." and in a few hours all the foul waste, the sour bile and fermenting food pisses out of the bowels and you have a well and playful child again. Children love this harmless "fruit laxative," and mothers can rest easy after giving it, because It never fails to make their little "lnsides" clean and sweet. Keep it handy, Mother! A little given today saves a sick child tomor row. ut get the genuine. Ak your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of "Cali fornia Syrup of Fi?s," which has di-retti-iiS for babies, children of all auTes and for grown-ups plainly on the bottle. Remember there aro counter feits soM here, so surely look and see thu yours is made by the "Cali fornia Fig Syrup Company." Hand back with contempt any other fig syrup. AdvL TOO I.ATC FOH CLASSIFICATION. W A NT 11 Nat appearing girl nnd women for hrn to hou soliclMnsr for pure f-d product. Kxperle:v nnneM--trr: strrt'cht ilnrj. Sn Mr. Znhr b re 10 a. in. Tuesday t Co Hi. x hotel. WYMAN'S- Fall Merchandise Sale Now Oetolb sir 33L.. of Carpets 3-4 Velvet Carpet, with border, in Oriental and floral design. Large selection at 85c and 1.00 yd. 3-4 Wilton Velvet Carpet, with border. In new colorings and designs. 1.15 1.25 1.35. 3-4 Axminster Carpet, beautiful patterns 1.50 yd. Axminster Border, to match 1.25 yard. All Wool Ingrain Carpet 65c yard. Cotton Chain Ingrain Carpet 55c yard. Half Wool Ingrain Carpet 45c yard. 1.00 yd. Palisade Velvet Carpet 3-4 width New patterns, Vr id made and laid j Come Mr. Erigrnan made a brief speech which was applauded most enthu siastically by those present. Mr. Kngninn Said in Part. "When I recahed my office morning I was struck with a sage which an advertising- post at the top of my mail carried. this Here is w-hat it said: 'Nothing doing- is tho result of doing nothing.' Must iivt to Work. "Coming up here to this luncheon and listening to Dr. Uppincott and Mr. Wilson gets us part of the way, but it don't take us all of the way. Your work, men, has got to do this. "And when I say work, I don't mean walking into a rr.an's oilice asking him if he will join the Cham ber of Commerce and then walking out if he gays no. That is exercising your legs. In this campaign you have got to exercise your heart and con victions and your head. "You cannot get men to join this Chamber of Commerce unless you feel that tho Chamber of Commerce is doing splendid work in South Bend. You can not get him to join unless you know that they are going to do still more splendid work. With this feeling in .your heart, no man can turn you down without a battle and it will be a battle in which you have every advantage because you know that it is a good citizen's duty to Join that organization which is working" for the best interests of the town, and, if you will go out with ihia spirit tomorrow morning, carry ing this conviction into the hearts of the men on whom you call, they are sure to join with you in the magni ficent work which we are going to do for this community. "In addition to the duty you owe South Bend as a citizen of South Bend, the .South Bend Chamber of Commerce is going to give you dis tinctive service which is going to be a benefit to you.'' CONFESS TO ROBBERY OF FREIGHT CARS IN LAKEVILLE COLLISION (Sidney Rosenberg of New York city, and Bert Ilunley were arrested Sun day night by Detective Dives and Pa trolman Wesoiek after, it is alleged. ( Umr pRfcca - '37 SO. ZfaK-l M I il M I Wf W Our Specials for Tuesday & Wednesday POUNDS OF With Order of One 10c Package Raisins. . . . 2-1 Oc Packages Macaroni 8c j or Spaghetti 15c 2 cans Sweet Corn 15c 10c can Coca Sz Fresh Graham Crackers, lb 10c Red Salmon, tall can 15c Fancy Greening Apples, peck 19c Red or Yellow Onions, peck 13c 25c sack Pastry Flour. . . .21c Boll Phone 3953 325-327 S. MICHIGAN STREET I Home Phone Delivery to All On and Sec Us WmMa they were caught peddling goodi stolen from wrecked freight cars in. Lakeville. They were members of .i large gang of hoboes who were ia empty freight cars when the tw trains collided Friday night, and a!"! r the crowd had diminished, are said lo have taken lace curtains and other goods from one of the cars and to ha-. peddled them through tho country. I loth confessed at police headquar ters that they were guilty of th charge. They will be arraigned i'l city court Tuevday morning ujmui charges of tetit larceny. Authorities of the railroad are --aid to be taking steps to learn the rau. of the accident and punish the uuilt; parties. Advices from Bakovil'e ate to the effect that Kngineer Ilurtt's in nocence of blame is being investigated as is also the crew of the other train. The crews of 1xth engines ver hurt, the most seriously being Hurtt. All are improving at their homes m Montpelicr. Milli mery Sa. Starts Wednesday Morning at t5 quick orxrvryrr t '.'AV i! MICHICiAN WT. SUGAR FOR Dollar or O ver . B7c 2 large cans Tomatoes . . 17c 17c 19c Sc i 2 cans Early June Peas. 25c cn Coca 10c sack Table Salt. . . . 10c Package Baking Soda. .6c 3-1 Oc cans Milk 25c Cranberries, 2 quart for. .15c 6 pounds Sweet Potatoes, ,15c Large Mich. Potatoes, bu, . .59c 1 Part of Otjr. iP6S y . to. I I : ' X : I'