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THE SOUTH DEND NEWS-TIMES
rnirv. .tam auy i. i o i r r 4 f i n n I ' 1 i r-- J m. mm m m M. lit 3 U llmm L X The fcocl-drink for AH Ages 3 ; j 1 i p . f j ? ! ! Mere KcultKful ihzji Tea or Coffee. A vices vijh the weakest digestion. Dcl.ciou:, invigorating and nutritious. Ri:H nrjk, malted train, powder form. A fick lunch prepared in a minute. Take no substitute, AskforHORLICK'S. City CcntroHor r.la;in?nrjc An nual Report Shows Actual Amount Spent hv Various Departments is S345,958.48 Others arc imitations According to n rrpoit prepare?! by j City Controller Manning South ibml.J In its various municipal ivj irtmr nts, '. spent ?rn.",a.'A.I in which i ; name $ ')'' h --v than w;ls r quired to run tii'- city through the 12 months i pr ceding. The exact figure for 111 13 i is ?3L2'.'V.23. hi piMctlally every U partrne nt ; rind nk-he of the city's many branch- r-s a saving has I'ccn Mmwn in the i annual reports of xpendit ures ami receipt? for e;n'li. whhh arc now be ing filcl with the mayor and with the city founcil From n-arly ovcry one a iialanco has locn turn.l hack into the j;'noral funil frtm the api)roprln-j tions granted thm when tho new city ( cun il prepared the city's budget oft appropriations for t ho past year. j The city's largest item of expense j was the lire department, whirii is j largely a fixed xpens and suhjeet j to little ariation. Tlie payroll and j miscellaneous funds required hy this. department in l'.lt v.v.s for while the cfrr't-pondini.r liures last year were $71. 02T. h'-'. The total amount of outstanding general purpos- and water worlds honds is 5 rL,0,."Ot'i from vhich deht should l)o deducted the amount in the sinking1 fund which at the end of the year will he ahout S -7. r, a. This will i ave the 'city's lond d debt at the he winning1 )f the new year at about $l'O,00. Hven tliis figure is more than JloO.OOO below the citv's bond ing limit. Sircvt and Alles Tinpro einnts. The hoard of public works and its j several departments spent $ :):'. 0S3.7! f . ir itnpr vements upon street and alleys alone. The board's- original appropriation frfm the council wj's $nr.,00o, having a balnncf from this one branch of the work's department of $1..10.LM. whi'di was iurncd hack into the general fund cf tiie city. Added to this was $2.2."0. a special appropriation which was not used. The salaries for the street commis sioner, his deputy and two foremen amounted to ?:'.lS0 2.1, while for labor the board was compelled to pay JiV.J0S.17. Tiie warbasre department showed a fraviiig of $1.2" 1.4 r,, eomparel with $74 2.56 for the year preceding. The appropriations for thi year and last were each $10. nun. In KM I $ S.7S. I va- spent while in KM:'. $'..217.4 4 was paid out of the original appropria tiori. Depnrtment Itrports. Iteports from the 12 department? of the hoard of public works present the following statistics to l'res't K. M. Morris: Fx pens s in engineering depart ment: In K.M:'. $ K;.;71..11 ; in KM 4. ? I -4 . 1 L 0 . 7 1 . Street and allev depart ment: in ioi n. :M,r.7r..r.r: in ion. i:'.r;.f'n.70. Marfagi department: In KM". $!. 2.17.4 1; in KM4. $S. 7(.14. Miscellaneous exjense departmerit: In 191H. $::.1.12 42; in KM1. $r.,26.17. Citv hall department: In KM ?. $4.7.10.00; in KM I. $:i.s2o. Printing department: In 1 0 1 $..127.01; in KM t. $2,026.15. Street lighting de partment: In KM 2 , $40,00 1; in 1011. $.10,000. Cemeterv department: In 10Kb $1,001; in 1914. $:.70. Street repair department: In 1 0 1 ", $4,100.- 0. 1; in 1014. $.1,"S0.50. For street in tersections: In 101o, -$0,012.71; in in 1014. $10,001. In paying for street intersections the present board of works was com pelled to pay $1 ".500.20. a debt which was left over from the work of the old board. In all. the rtreet improvement including sewers, side walks, pavements, curbs ami other improvements aggregated $ .1 s o . r, o 7 . 01. a compared with $"77,025.70 for 1012.. More than 10 miles of sewers were installed in the city thromri the ! past and more than three miles of paxements were laid. Saxing in I.almr Kxjmmw. Partially completed reports from the water works department show that that o-fce saved both in o'liee and labor-hiring epens Totals for 1-oth of th -e it; ms s'piw tliat $7. 401.0,1 wav .-ad the city by arious pew sir-itiuris nniile b the heads of the department. Pi .r -ectiiv-r his re-port Supt. Toyne emjdiasi '' d the f.;ct that .- ivira:- f r the ye ir on cart-;,L-e aid f.:el wlien a-bb d to the sav- labor invded in the annual clean ing given all the j-ewers in the city as weil a.s diminish the amount of city water used. That the city garbage and refuse creiii.ttory was overhauled and placed in tit condition to handle the garbage and refuse of the city was another statement made in Kayton's report. He added that the city itself was well equipped to take care of all garbage and ret use except in the months of July and August when farmers in the vicinity of the city were asked to as sist in the disposal of some of the waste. The street department earnings for the past year were $6,408.79. Part of this was gained through the remuner ation trt the city from the Indiana and Michigan Flectrlc Co. whn the re paving of the city streets along which the company had laid cables for un derground wiring. Other miscellan eous sources aided in the turning back of that amount to the general fund. Sexton's Kcport. CI. M. Urey. sexton of the city cem etery, reported that the city would he compelled to pay not more than $2,70. 2i for the upkeep of the ceme tery, whereas in past years it has ap proached $2,000. One reason given and the chief one for the great sav ing apparent in this department is the fact that instead of all fees being paid over to the sexton as salary, they are turned back into the general fund of the city while the sexton's salary is paid out of an appropriation from the city council. t'rey sugested in his report that the new water mains be installed in the cemetery as soon as possible. The present mains, he said, are of the old wooden type and are incapable of supplying the .amount of water needed for adequate sprinkling of the lawns and driveways. It was said that more attention should be given to cleaning up the lots not cared for by their owners. Instead of mowing the lawns and trimming the hedges hut twice yearly, it was suggested that the work should he done at least three times annually. The cost of the up-keep of the cemetery in 191.1 was $1,901.05. In 1914 the figure was diminished to $2,7H.2S. It is hoped to ultimately place the cemetery upon a self-paying basis. On Savings W solicit your savings accounts, large 01' small which will draw .Vr interest moundctl quarterly. All deMsits made on. or before Jan. lltli, will draw interest from Jan. 1st, and any amount can be withdrawn at any time without notice. We loan all our fund on first mortgage real estate. Oiwii from S A. M. to ." 1 31. and 7 to 8 evenings. INDIANA BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION Cor. Main & Center Streets. to tht nd lab. e per.se Route of the Lake Chicago, So. Bend & North llW 6Afj CITY J n account showed a complete lalai of $v,f.r.5.r, 111 the ; t tU il ot'Ye Ol n - ern Ind. Ry. Co. and South ern Michigan Ry. (Effective October 11, 1914.) TRAINS LEAVING SOUTH RKXb INDIANA. NOKTll-liOlNl) n ,M'lt: Ttie rig sal 1 1 v 1:: : s fo lib. re w : o . . t 1 . c : v- 1M t . e , X ''i- cop;'.. than 1 by tic A' "t (!! in t tb- 1 11 (i: 1 t p re tv: r KM " for the :e. d to i 1 ! 1 j tt.'-o' ' ; n g r - i .. i :i 1 tip re w;is a morth. ev that o'h-e KM 2 was ! TO a e y. r j-ast t ha j $ 2 ! 0. I a place ; the o '".'- th re j vh KM 1. j d :" r t dumbing :-t : 22.15 a top,. I e: art Tit 'V is j 5 a t.-n. M. re ! i'-'a : " 11 ' j o'-aa Mi" 'r. '.; v :': . 1 i:asi- r.orxn 5 : 1 k a m C:uO a in 7 : 0 0 a m a m l' 'j a m (' c a m 00 a m 0? n 1 0 p m 2:K' p m 3:C J p m 4 : e0 ji m 5:(i( p m C: 0 p :n 7:tv p mi 9 : Co p ni 11:00 - m Klklpirc cnlv. S; 0 K : 1 1 : 12: 1 : 0 : 0 0 a m 7 :00 a m 9:oo a m lo: 00 a m 1:00 p m 2:eo p m C : 0 i m 4 :t p m f :eo p m t. : 0 0 p in 7:00 p in 9 : 0 0 p m 11:00pm Niles only. YV11ST- IHJUNl) 6:00 a m 6:00 a m 10:00am 12:00 n 2:00 p m 4:00 p ra 6:00 p ra S : 0 0 p ra 11:00 p m t b fed , 1 ,- ,' : r 1 1 ia me : 1 . Subject to change without notlCfe. F. I. lIAlim'. Supt. Transportation C. PKANTZ. P. & P. A. t t ' r; i j ( d KM :. Pr-. -'t l-e-'Vd ;:i r " -.! 1 v tha e t .T lh t t a c I iM I tion of that the the dip rvctly. tb.e b.a. 1 e p. pi:: i n c:ircc: riatn :). bridge- lleplankeii. Str. et Caa' o-.Moner 1. (. I.AVten ' : a o ' ! o; 1 a t tniaied oer to r!;- for the eonstntc il j-' i i;iaand-s b;.t I d tlu- paer.e;.- at lie ho el board di- -rks tneia l y re from tip.- ap- KURWICH CASH GROCERY The Place to Save Money. I of pro) v?.itd in hi v. 1 r k s A ere r 1 1 ankevl. paint d. .V 1 T; y 1 f IP.oi'.eh d. t!"" a-. 1 rid-- b. ing j 1 "i!ar report the ! board that to ridg' of tlu city repaired and re ef th- bridges wart' ork op the Colfax lh -ai:so of the laT-' t it' Pi uf i Xpe!;e. I..,;-ten al-o sa-geMed that the city purehavv a modern s wer cleaning machine bec.ras e(aipr' a! in, th nnw i bilv. I t he city's pr sent line was crude and tree roots were .tdar jlen iis the u-e tor most of the trouble r-'jorted in tb" cleaning of e-wers. It was al i ii his report that the purehase uf sjch a machine v.-oubi arertlv ro!ur' th- cost of th KTrrythirur For Your IIom(. lYom Ilcst Thcro Is Made To QieaiHst Tliat Is GkxI. Phone us your name and ad dress today and get a Life-Saver free bv mail. ROGERS DAIRY CO. Home Phone 7793. Hell Phone 760. Pure Pasteurized Milk. ! . 1 - um iiv i 00m v lV.i a ntrvm I I Here's a message for you now direct from headquarters. 5 (art Ove piro s ehaffo rcoat Twice Yearly & Marx S nit and C ale st arts T'S our time for clearance; the goods we bought for fall and winter selling are now to be closed out in preparation for the spring stocks already ordered. These clothes are just as good as they were at the beginng of the season; the prices were low enough then. Now we're making them still lower; that means the values to you are much higher. ere are the figures: H k 1 J o U r i I t i I I Hart Schaffner & Overcoats; $35, 32.50, $30 values, the best ever shown . H Xf X ) ;) V 7 . o Choice $25.00 and $22.50 Suits and Overcoats; Hart Schaffner & Marx make, now . . You know these clothes not a lot of stuff gathered from here and there, but Sterling, Reliable merchandise of the best makers in the world, made for this season. The fabrics are fine imported and domestic clothes; made up in the characteristic high grade manner for which Hart Schaffner & Marx are noted; in every fabric they make; in every model they create; in every size for men and young men, longs, shorts or stout men up to the 52 inch chest. SAML QP RO CO0 Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes, Knox Hats, Sampeck Boys' Clothes.