SATl KIAV, OCTOIU'It 17,
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GEORGE HUNK RETIRES:
II LIBER CO
Company Takes Over One of
Oldest Lumber Concern in
; State Founded 50 Years
; Ago by Late Charles Frank.
"With the retirement Saturday of
Cf-orro 1. Frank from the Frank
I-urnlx r Co., this long-established In
Mitutbm pased into the hands of a
Mot;k company, which will continue
the business .'is formerly. -Mr. Frank
has been idr-nthicd with the concern
for tho past L'." years, and has been
manaor of the .yard during the last
Tho business ha.s been sold out to
Rv company of which the following
;ire Fharehohlers: W. I.Zeigler,
,:uth Fend; F. M. rase. Mr. It. 1 1.
Jernegan. li, IT. Jernegan and F. S.
ScharKich, Mishawaka, Mr. Schar
1 aeh has only recently takeu stock in
tho concern and will succeed Jlr.
'Prank as manager.
The Frank Eumhcr Co. is one of
tho oldest lumber concerns in the
fritatc, having been founded ',0 years
uxo by Charles Frank, who Hied
about four years ago.
The name of the Frank Lumlr C.
. . v III be retained, and the business will
'Ijc carried on :vs usual in Mishawaka.
Mr. Frank will continue to reside
'Jn this t ity, where ho has many
friends In the business iuid social cir-
ftks. of tlie city.
I'ickt:i n iiY tiii: way.
O. A. Maurer has gone to Farron
I lake on a hunting trip.
John Ziglcr and Ijwis Wcisw-eaver
nrci in Eloomlngdalo, Mich., where
they will spend several dajs transact
Mr. and Mrs. Bertram K. Roberts.
$Jowagiac, Mich., are visiting with
Miss Anna Klir.o has returned to
Willmctte, 111., alter concluding ti two
weeks' visit with relatives and friends
in this city, Miss Kline formerly re
x jdetl here.
- si:pii;n and social.
Invitations have been Issued for a,
Jiallowecn supper and social to be
given by tho Jjishop Knickerbocker
?;uild of the St. Paul's Episcopal
church, at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. W. II. 11 os ford. 71' 2 Eincoln
highway cast, Wednesday, Oct. IIS.
IWXCIXG VAHTY TONIGHT.
Mr. and Mrs. George Jacobs of
southeast of tho city will entertain a
number of their friends at a dancing
party at their rural homo tonight.
SPIXTAI) MEETING MONDAY.
A special mectinir of the Eady Mod
ern Maccabees w ill be held v at the
home of Mrs. Jennie Miller, HOC N.
Jiaco st.f Monday evening.
r:i:Lii:it closing nouns.
, C. C. ilurst of the five and ten-cent
More Is making nn effort to' have all
the business houses in the city close
:it f o'clock excepting on Mondays,
Fridays and Saturdays. The majority
of the merchants have agreed to the
proposition, but' it is sought to have
thorn unanimous before making th-
hange, w hich is to come into effect
TIIH AXXT Ali DlTCir MAKKl-TT.
Given by the Toadies of tho Frosby-
lerian Church. Tuesday evening at the
Church. Supper at Z o'clock. Advt.
A free ticket to the Orphcum,
South Fend, to patrons of Tho
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Columns, with every ad amounting
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formance during tho week except
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day (both editions) and one-half
'cent a word for each day there
after. v SITUATION WANTIil) MALI;.
WANTEP Position as farm hand.
Married. Reference. Call at ZZZ
F. Harrison St., Mishawaka.
AY A T 1 : 1 ) 1 1 sC F L I .A M X) U S.
WANTED To rent in or near Misha-
"Waka or River Park, a 6 room house
with one or more acres of land for
poultry raising. H. P. 33 ly.
WANTED Solicitors for Mishawaka.
Neat appearing; grand opportunity;
fair education. Address E. Heiser,
Gen. Del., Mishawaka.
I'OIl RENT IT. ATS.
FOR RENT Flvo room Hat. Con
veniences. Rent $9. Inquire at
2 23 X. Spring st.
FOR SAFE IUs
burner. 124 E.
r o u hi :nt i i o i s i ;s.
FOR RENT -Cheap, 7-room houe
on son'h s'.d- Inquire Ralph S.
Feig, atty.-at-la . 10: W. Second st.
FOR RENT ne room, centrally lo
cated. l'.-o of ph.. no and bath. 315
W. Seco". 1 St.
FOR RENT House at 745 E. Fifth
st. Ingui' 22 0 Ninth st.
FOR RENT 3 room hous. South
Taylor street, electric lights, i;as,
hard and soft water in kitehen. $9.U0.
FOR RENT House at 314 S. Wells
M. Electric light and gus. Inquire
3 West st.
FOR SIILE REAL 1TATE.
FOR SAEi: Ten lots, gi.o.l sf.il. $0'0
cah or $l,t''0 time; $25o dnvn.
Will pell anv number of lots. C. J.
Castleinan, HC'J Ann st. Fell phone
FOR SAFE Mo.b rn household fur
niture at 314 W. Fourth st.. or will
rent house furnished. All movltra
WHEAT TAKES JUMP OF
FIVE CENTS ON FRIDAY
Thr price of wheat Jumped five
cents, from to $1.00- per bushel, at
the Rurrtll-Morfran elevxttor here, on
Friday. E. G. Hathaway, manager
of the local elevator said to The News
Time Friday nipht that they had
been paying S5c threo months ago,
find Kinee then the price had jjone up
to J 1.1 5, which figure wis belnff
Iaid the farmers threo weeks ago.
Many of tho latter are holding back
for hicher prices, believing that with
a continuance of tho European war,
prices will advance. Mr. Hathaway
said that more than a million bushels
were exported from Chicago to Eu
rope the present week. Compared
with last year's prices at this time,
tho local farmers are getting from 10
to lr cents more at present.
Corn is now retailing locally at 95c
against SZc during the corresponding
period of last year.
UARIi RANI) UtfAGUJa
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Totals . . ,
Kelley . . . .
S9D 921 91G 27u'G
u 5 i
909 S71 2C03
Handicap .... 1S9
Mecklenberg" . . ,
941 S87 974 2S02
A. J A
Vi2 S69 S89 2600
84S 919 S12 2579
Iiven 83 118 110 313
McMillen 9S 129 99 32 6
Snyder 147 124 107 378
Crockett 2 02 14S 157 507
llershenow 12S 131 151 410
Handicap 301 301 301 903
Totals 9C1 931 923 2S37
Granger Hi 115 101 330
Swartz 114 117 12 S 359
Average 180 180 ISO 540
Greening 141 138 163 442
KnoMoek 115 151 118 3S4
Handicap .... 20$ 2 US 20S 624
Totals S72 909 S9S 2C79
MATCH (JAM IX
T R S
II Windbiglcr ... 9t 133
Mrs. Eeyes 8 3 5S
V Plot nor 121 9 7
8 4 302
I Miss Moon .... 106 103
1 at tt-. i ::i f7
o 1 o
Miss Krell 42 41 60 143
Mrs. Steinle .
M. Plotner ..
Mrs. Plotner .
A Friend ....
Mrs. Friend . ,
C15 640 7S4
A meeting of tho progressives of
Mishawaka and Penn township will
be held this evening In the headquar
ters of the p irty in the Masonic tem
ple when a prominent speaker will
deliver an aadress.
TO HAVE DUTCH MARKET.
Arrangements have been completed
bv tho ladies of the Presbyterian
church for their annual Dutch market
to bo held Tuesday evening in the
Don't forget to meet us
Fortv members of tho 101 F.lble
ibtss of the Methodist Memorial
church on Friday evening enjoyed a
hayrack ride to the Mumby farm, tive
miles south of the city. Upon arrival
at tho rural home a huskinpr bee was
enjoyed in the barn. Carl White and
W. Carr secured tho red ears in the
Miss Iva Monawrek secured the
first lavor and Grover Dean won the
second prize for the best costumes.
Refreshments were served typical of
the Halloween season.
Remember the Dutch Market. Adv
st i:a.msii 1 1 m o vi :mknts.
NEW YORK. Oct. 17. Steamers
sailing today: St. Paul, for Elver
pool; D'Di Geneva, Naples-Genoa;
Rochambeau. Havre; Samland, Ixm
ddn; Maniuette, London.
lu to arrive today: New ATork.
from Liverpool; Eemdyke, frm Rot
teriiara; Crios, from Patr;us; Clio,
Ki-op A"Mir Stomach and T,Uor Henlthy
A viirorous Stomach, perfect work
ing Liv r and regular acting Rowels
is guaranteed if you will us Dr.
King's New Ufe Pills. They "insure
good Digestion, correct Constipation
and have an excellent tonic effect on
the whole system Purify your blood
and rid you of all body poisons
through the Rowel. Only 2 3c at
your druggist. Advt.
J loyal tailoring JLiehxnan'i
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I'irt Prpbjterlan, corner of Lincoln
way and Union fits. lv. A. C. OrnKnd,
pator. Residence 11C Union st. Morning
servlep nt ll:0i) o'clr'k and evening serv
ice at 1:0. Sieolal inuslr- at totb services.
Iiible 5c2iool meets at 0:30 a. rn., II. J.
btekete, suirlntcndnt. Grad'd les.ns
below tho adult classs. C. F. meets at
6 Hi. p. m. Midweek prayer Borvice Thurs
day evening at 7:30.
"Tte Called and Cbosn" will be the
topic for the morning service. There will
le no evening serrice-t owing to the union
services at the Methodist Memorial hur-h.
"A Suknmlcss Nation; Why NotV" will be
the suhje-t at the m-e-ting of the Christian
First llaptUt. W. Joseph and Main sts.
Rev. A. li Whitney, pistor. I'arsonage,
1(J V. Joseph Ft. Sunday school. 9:4",
Alck Wlekizer, superintendent. Brother
hood Bible class, taught by pastor, ('lass
es for all ages at 11 p. in. Evening services,
U. Y. I. U. at 0:15. Midweek pray
er service. Thursday, 7:0 p. in.
Tho subject for the morning will be
The New Covenant Kth." Evening. 'The
Peace of God." Topic for the Young
People's meeting will be "A Saloonless
l'irt rhristlan Church, vruer of Spring
and Lincoln way west. Itev. 11. K. Van
Winkle, jastor. Mrning,.ser-ics nt 10:IUJ.
Christian Endeavor snnety at 0:15.
"The Sowing of Unman Life and the
Approaching Harvest," will be the snib
Ject for the morning fervlces. At the
cluso of the meeting of the Christian En
deavor meeting the congregation will ad
journ to the union services at the Meth
odist Memorial church.
St. Peter's German Kvangrlieal Lutheran,
corner Church and E. Fourth sts. Rev.
Otto Turk, pastor. Residence, 123 E.
Fourth st. German service at 10 a. m.
EnglLh Sunday sehwl at 0:r0 n. m. Ger
man Sunday school after morning serv
ice. English services nt 7 p. m.
Theme far the morning services will be
"The Forgiveness of Sins" and for the
evening services the pastoer will use "The
Good Old Costume of Family Worship."
The Lord's supepr will be observed (nt.
2-" and all announcements will have to be
In by Oct. 'J.'i.
Flrt FngliKh Lutheran, corner of Main
and Seventh sts. Iter. Ih E. N. Engers,
pastor. Residence COO S. Main t. Sunday
chool, 0:00 Luther II. Lawrence, mi per
lntndent. Morning sermon, 10:43. Even
The morning pcrviees will be on Matt,
b:. Evening topic on Pohu 0:3.
Immanuel llaptl-t. Services at Winey
hV.. north sldo. Sunday schod. 9:4". ('lias.
Moon, superintendent. Preaching at 11 a.
m. by Rev. P. E. Cochran. Ik Y. P. U.,
5:4r. Evening services, 7:30
St. Paul's Episcopal, corner Cedar and
Lincoln way east. Rev L. C. Rogers, rec
tor. Holy Eucharist. 7:00. Sunday school,
10. Holy eucharist and sermon, 11. Vespers
and sermon at 7:C0.
First Methodist Episcopal Memorial, cor
ner Church and Third sts. Rev. Loren M.
Edwards, pastor; residence 210 Lincoln
way west. Morning worship, 11. s Rible
class. 9:43. Ep worth league, 5:13 p. m.
Evening service, 7:00.
Free Methodist, Eev. Charles E. Tot,
pastor. Residence, 003 E. Rattell st. Sun
day school, U :.",(, Charles Fry. superin
tendent. Preaching, 10:30 and 7:30.
First Church of ttie Tlrangelical Associa
tion, Elizabeth and (irove sts. Rev. 1). D.
Spuugler, pastor; resilience, 012 Elizabeth
K. Sunday school. 9:43. Junior Y. 1. A..
0 p. m. Y. P. A., G:30 p. m. livening ser
St. AndreV German Evangelical, Main
nnd Third sts. Rev. M. rffeney, pastor.
Preaching services at 2:00 p. m.
Kafet Mishawaka Sunday School at 9:.'X)
a. m. In the Gernhart cottage. F.verybody
is cordially Invited to come and make the
school a success. Good music.
Assembly of God, 103 Lincoln way wc;t,
neeond floor. Mornings, 10; evenings, 7.
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7:30.
International Bible Students' Association,
Maecabee hall, over First National bank.
Main nnd Lincoln way west. Lecture Sun
day at 3 p. m. Elble study at 4. All wel
come. Salvation Army, Enslim TTart. Meetings
In new quarters, In old Methodist church
txisement at 3 and 7:3o. Sunday school, 2.
Christian praise service, 3. Evening, 7.
Shiloh Mission, 207 E. Joseph st. Sun
day Kchool, i::30. Preaching, 3:30 and 7:30.
t'earl Shady, leader.
St. Ibivo'B Catholic. West and Seventh
ts. Rev. A. Sehoekaert, re:tor. F'rst
mjiss, 7. High m.oss, S:3a). Raptlsm, 1 p.
m. Instructions, 2. Benedlctloa, 3.
6t. Joseph' Catholtc, corner Mill and
Third sts. Rev. Dean L. A. Moench, rector.
Rev. Charles Schoal, assistant. Residence,
225 S. Mill s-t. Ljav mas:, 7:30. Cldldren'.s
mass, 0:iHJ. High nvabs, 10:3", with benediction.
SPECIAL AT OUIt I'NDEmVFAi;
1 Fleecy lined Comhlnation Suits
for girls, all sizes, at 19c.
2 Gent's lleecy lined Underwear,
2-piece garments, nt 30c each, and
2 for 75c. THE SAVINGS STORE.
Advt. 517 X. Main st
That Quatliy Broadleaf Cigar
A. H. MATHEIN
Real Estate, General Insur
ance. 113 Lincoln Highway West.
For this em
blem on . ouf
First Trust & Savings Co.
In the same building and under
the same management as
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
. Mishawaka, Indiana.
THEO. TRACAS CO.
Clean and Press Clothes
Hoth ritones 33:L 10G W. 2nd St.
p 1 1 11 1 V in ! 11 mil
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American Teams Win Two Tit
les and Two National Teams
Beat Americans so Argu
ments Will Continue.
iiv tiii: dopi:sti:k.
With all the various city Feries and
tho great world series out of the
way, we have with us that old, old
question, is the National or the
American league the stronger? with
It'll s-rve to keep up baseball ar
gument again this winter as it has in
winters gone by, for it has not been
answered this year. Not in the least,
although Huston did wallop those
Athletics four in a row.
There were four series staged this
year and the breaks were even. The
American league won two, namely at
Chicago and St. Eouiy. In these in
stances teams lower down in tho race
than tho National league clubs won
out. In New York tho Giants beat
the Yanks with ease but this was ex
pected. The argument so far seems
to be In favor of the American
league but one look at tho result of
the four games in the world series
and tho old National league is back
So dope seems to figure botli ways
in tho recent scries and to hit tho
happy medium, the answer would be
that neither is the better. Hoth
leagues are tilled with tho best play
ers produced and as this little argu
ment seems to have been ended with
the proposition that one Is as strong
as the other, the Federal league will
come in for its share this winter.
There is no way to compare this
league with the two majors so the ar
gument should wax warm.
Alibis seem to be overworked at
present as a result of the recent
world clash for ball honors. Vari
ous writers and dopesters who put it
all down on paper in black and white,
and showed wherein tho Athletics
were the stronger, are trying to back
out now. The great army of "I told
you sus", has been swelled by recent
additions, until now it's almost im
possible to find the man who said the
Athletics would win.
Many writers are digging back in
the tiles to lind a suitable "ali". There
was several things these men over
looked and among them can be num
bered the spirit of the Eraves which
never let them cp.iit and the fact that
they changed their style of attack to
meet conditions. These two points
gave them the jump and the jump
gave them tho series.
Today is a great day for Notre
Dame students and ex-students. We
hopo tonight will bo a greater night
than today is a day. Notre Dame is
going to light for today's game and
as they have the same spirit that
characterized the Eraves, thero is a
big chance that Yale may get a taste
of defeat this afternoon.
IlritMi Ambassador Charges Tluat
Coal Was Supplied Ships
against American ships coaling Gor
man vessels in the vicinity of the
Philippines were filed with tho state
department Friday by Sir Cecil
Spring-Rice, the Eritish ambassador.
Sir Cecil informed tho state de
partment that he had documentary
evidence that American vessels, which
cleared from Manila several days aro
with coal, had transferred their car
goes to German cruisers cither on tho
high sens or at some obscuro island.
Under the proclamation Issued by
the state department a short time
ago this constitutes a violation of the
neutrality and Acting Sec'y of State
lxinsing promised to look into the
matter at once.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 1C Protests
WOULD EXPEL ALIENS
Lord Charles Bresford, (retired) who
in spite of the reassuring statement
issued by the British home ollice to
the efft-et that the spy system estab
lished by the Germans in Great Brit
ain had been completely broken up,
still asserts that the system still con
stitutes a grave menace. He has call
ed on his countrymen for strong ac
tion with regard to the crowd of
alien enemies in our midst. Ho
urges "that meetings be held in every
town, and that resolutions bo adopted
protesting against the present state of
affairs and sent to the prime minis-
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SOUTH BEND MARKETS
POCLTRY AND MKATS.
iCorrei-ted daily by Jimmie's Marl et, 123
W. Jeffersxm blvd.)
roOiTRY -I'aying lSc, selling JOc.
Sil'li I MJK IIS Paying lk wiling IT.c.
Vi:.I-Payiug 14c, se-lling 12c to P,0c.
Ili:i;ri:o:ist, lV; boiling, l'c; porter
fcouse, ,:0 to -10c; sirloin, .".Oc.
ILV.AI Paying lSc, selling 12c to 23c.
LAUD iselliug 15c.
(Corrected daily by 1 NV. Mueller, 21G E.
FISLTT Oranpts selling at GO io GOc
per doz.; leiuona, selling at 40e pr doz. ;
bananas, selling at 5c to 'J.'ic per tloz.
VKdirrABLLS New cabbage paying
lc, selling at 2c; new potatoes, paying
selling at .Vie.
IIUTTHU AXU LGS Country butler,
paying i:c to Oc, selling le to 35c;
creamery butter, selling nt ?o. Kggs,
strictly fresh, paying i'5e to -'7c, selling
(Correctitl dallv bv Warner Bro. Seed
.Store. 114 K. Waynu tL)
TIMOTHY $::.:) per bu.
lti;i CLOVE It 7.tK) per bu.
ALFALFA 110. W per bu.
ALSIKE CLOVE It $8.C-0 per bu.
II A V, STKAW AXD I KED.
(Corrected dally by the Wesley Miller
Flour and Feed Co., 420 S. Michigan t.)
HAY Faying $12 to $11, selling at $10
to J? IS.
ST1UVW Paying $0 to $7, selling at r.0c
CORN Paying 7.V, selling at
OATS Paying 41; selling at TaJc.
CLOVEIl SEEI Paying .00, selling
TIMOTHY Selling at $..r.O.
ALFALFA Selling at $10. U).
1'LOIK AX It I KKI).
(Corrected daily by Knoblick and Ginz,
WHEAT Paying ?lo0 bu.
OATS Paying 4c per bu., selling at
CORN Faying 75c per bu., selling 65c
RYE laying Sic per bu.
(Corrected daily by Major Brs.,
HEAVY FAT STEERS Live, r.Vc to
7V2:; dressed, 12o to IS'.
HoGS 2 jo lbs., 7Uc to 7'.c.
LAMES Live, 0c to U'c; dressixl, lCc.
TALLOW .YNT HIDES.
(Corrected daily by S. W. Lippuaan, 210
N. Main st.)
TA L LOW Rough, 2e to 3c; nmdered.
No. 1, 4e to te; .No. 2, 3e to 4c
HIDES Green No. 1, 6c to 10c; cured
calf skin, 4oto 5c.
3 JjC lti ;js jc JjZ 5$C ?jc
Ir. ;fnd Mrs. Adam Ilunsberger of
Tenth st., entertained at 6 o'clock din
ner Friday in honor of Mrs. Huns
berger's birthday anniversary. Covers
were placed for 12 at a table centered
with roses and carnations. The out-of-town
guests were Jacob Marker of
Woodland and Charles Albert of
Miss Ze 11a Smith entertained 20 girl
friends Friday at her home on S. Fif
teenth st. The affair was in the na
ture of a musical. In the contests
Miss Mildred Ordway and Mis? Ruth
llerrick v,on the favors. The hostess
served refreshments. Among those
present wero Miss Fay Fayrol and
Miss Frances Stacker of South Bend.
Mrs. James Summers has returned
to Elkhart after a visit witli Mrs.
: Melvin Hepler of S. Nineteenth st.
The Kpworth league of tho M. E.
church have issued invitations for a
Hallowe'en party to be held at tho
church Tuesday, Oct. 27.
Mrs. S. L. Naftzger of X. Eighth st..
has betn called to North Judsou on
account of the critical illness of her
father, "William Brown.
The members of the L. S. club were
delightfully entertained by Mrs. Ora
Clark at her home on Pleasant st.
After the business was disposed of the
time wa.4 spent socially. Contests
were won by Mrs. William Gray and
Mrs. W. T. Schoek. The hostess served
refreshments. The next meeting will
be with Mrs. Newton at her cuntry
home south of Springbrook park.
Miss Jossie Young of Mishawaka
av., who ha-s been ill for time time,
is very much improved.
George Sanford of Chicago will
spend Sunday with Hiver Park friends.
llev. A. V. Smith, pastor of the M.
E. church, who has been at Otter
bien, Ind., the past week, will arrive
here today and will preach both
morning and evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wcods of
Pleasant st.. have returned rom a
visit at KlkharL
Mrs. Scherman wcott and soi, Ilus
sell, of lloiling Prairie, aro guests of
J JK3HC.llrSK.ViJr-- -v- fVrr ' a.-tfw- '?:4"JZ.
Mrs. Lucinda Kimble of E. Eighth st.
J. E. Stephenson of Indianapolis is
here visiting Hiver Park and South
Bend friends for a few days.
The usual Sunday services will be
held in the Hiver Park churches.
Scats are free and the public is wel
come. Services for the day and en
suing week will be according to the
Methodist Episcopal, S. Seventh st.
liev. A. W. Smith, pastor. Sunday
school at 9:30 a, m.; Frank E. Wolfe,
superintendent. Preaching by the
pastor at 10:40 a. m. and at 7::,.0 p.
m. Junior league at 3 p. in. Epworth
league devotional at 6:30 p. m.: Miss
Esther Ward, president. Midweek
prayer service at 7:30 Wednesday
evening. Choir practice Friday even
ing. The Brotherhood will meet at
the church Wednesday evening at S
Free Methodist, S. Fourteenth st.
Itev. S. E. Jennings, pastor. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m.; L. F. Wolf, su
perintendent, Morning worship at
10:30 a. m. Young People's meeting
at (5:30 p. m. Preaching by llev. Jen
nings at 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting
Church of God, Dixon hall, Misha
waka av. and Seventh st. Jonas For
sythe, elder. Sunday school at 10 a.
m.; L. Thomas, superintendent.
Preaching at 11 a. m. Prayer meet
ing Wednesday evening.
Mission of the Brethren, Davis
building, S. Seventeenth st. llev.
Clyde lloyst, pastor. Sunday school
at 3 p. m.; Mrs. Emma Purkey, su
perintendent. Teachers' training class
Christian, Assembly room, Hiver
and Headache Relieved without the use
of Drugs by
South Bend's Leodlnc Optometrist and
222-i S. Michigan Strert.
Home phone 5504. Hell phonr 'Ml.
Sundays from 'J to 10:30 a. in. by Appoint
ment. 1 '
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A combined warn air heating and
ventilating eystein constructed on
new and scientific principles. Hums
hard or soft coal, gas, coke or wood.
Park school building Preaching at I
o'clock Sunday afternoon by Hev. E.
K. Van Winkle of the First church of
SAYS WAR WON'T END
BEFORE DECISIVE VICTORY
Former Minister of Austria Sum
Causes of European War liofore
Indiana Commercial Club.
TEIIKE HAUTE, Ind.. Oct. 17.
What brought on the great European
war is a question much ask-d and
ariously responded to. Aldin ' ".
Harris, former minister t Austria,
gave a most logical reply to this in
terrogation before the Indiana Feder
ation of Commercial clubs here, whrn
in his speech outlining conditions and
circumstances personally observed by
himself while abroad, he summed up
the war subject in substance as fol
lows: When Emperor Francis Joseph s
son Hudolph. met his death in a
tragedy, tlu emperor's nephew, Fran
cis Ferdinand, became heir apparent
to the Austrian throne. Tho Slas
heard that he had said that when lie
succeeded the old emperor he would
bring all the iSlav people into his em
pire and federate them. This arous. d
the enmity of the. Slavs, particular
in Servia, and Ferdinand was assas
sinated. Russia was pledged to protect Slav
people everywhere and when Austria
made demands on Servi;u KussU was
at the back of Servia, Germany nat
urally sympathized with Austri:u Ger
many h.'id believed that with the Hal-'
kan Ftates under Teutonic control,
there would be opened up a thorough
fare to Constantinople, where t;-r-
many was in good relations with Tur
key, and this would give Germany
an outlet for the trade of tho far east.
This menaced England's foreign
trade and England must have, foreign
trade to exist.
Mr. Harris said he wished ho c.ul 1
see the end of tho war, but he could
not believe it will end until there is a
decisive victory. The United States,
Mr. Harris said, is hampered because
of its dependence on Germany ami
other nations for so many things th;t
she should learn the lesson of pro
ducing all theso things and being self
supporting. Austria, Mr. Harris pointed out. m
a self-supporting country, produring
all it consumes ami consuming prac
tically all it produced.
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