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SATURDAY, -JAN UAH Y 2. 1915 THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES fc-a tl-j iL-i cu f-Lii LU ICIISH PJNGHED 10 BAGPIPES SEIZED Mishawaka's Highlander Has a Hard Time With Canadian Customs Is Turned Back as German Spy. A somewhat amusinir and at the fame time embarrassing incident hap- j'l-ncd to Sandy McTavi-h, one f the oilicial pipers of the Scotch Thistle club of Mishawaka. Nw Year's -f. Sandy had i;ion rich to affluence during his sojourn in Mishawaka and v.a.s !)cnt on sp riding the new year v.ith his family in Hamilton, Ont. Ho bought a new oiitlit of clothes and was ritted out in line shape to meet his mother, whom he had not seen fop 27, ears. He t ok his pipes alon', that indisp"!isille pie;-. of furniture which all huhiandcrs carry with them to funeral or wedding. He bought fiis ticket through, from MishawaJ;a to Hamilton. nt., and -very thinj-r looked rosy to the j;ood Jookinj; hU'hlander. who had even added to his bavr'-jave six church war den pipes, tlie. kind they smoke in the old country. Sandy's friends .ave him a rcat send-off at the station in Mishawaka. ills employers, of whom he has had many, turned out eimiasse, and Held, the contractor wlm builds roads, and of which Sandy was foreman, pre sented the erstwhile Scot with a well Mlcd purse of sovereigns. When the train pulled out. Sandy went Lack to the Pullman and occu pied the last seat available. He or dered a supper which made the col ored waiter a:-p. It cost $2.i:. Sandy was ,'ame. however, and paid the bill, and then bought an evening JapT. He was wide awake when Sarnla was reached and once on Canadian Foil he started to sin Scotch :-om:s and to blow the pip-s. A couple of Canadian ustoms offi cials boarded the train and Sandy was S'MiHed. The officers asked him who bo. was. He told them. Kivin them tlie name of the town he was born in. the county to which the tow n is at tached, and a sample of tho brogue that comes from the Heilan's. "Had ho any passports?" Sandy thoimlit this meant a new Harry Lauder tune. Jie said he hadn't. "ll:al he any pa pers?" He produced the News-Times. The officials who were adorned with 2o yards of gold lace next opened Ids bak'p'.pe ease and then there was the dickens to pay. The Mishawakan was immediately seized and hustled off the train into a bagae room where he was searched, then handcuffed and dumped onto the next train bound for Mishawaka. His bagpipes have been sent to the government at Ottawa, for examination. Sandy was taken for a German, and his innocent pipes for a dynamite contrivance ami the poor innocent -'cot who is a member of the LT.nl Hamilton, ("int., regiment of Kil ties, arrived back in Mishawaka, hroke, disgusted, and vowing that he would never again fight under the old flag. He says this is the saddest New Year's day he has ever spent. FLORENCE Y0DER WEDS EARL AUSTIN, FRIDAY Miss Florenc e Voder and Earl Aus tin were united in marriage Friday evening at S o b. k at the parsonage of the English Lutheran church bv Kev. K. E. M. Engers. Both the bride and uroom are well known youmr people ,,f Mishawaka. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Yo.irr. H. Seventh st. She Is a musician tr organist a, the church. She is a ability and is the Kn-JKh Lutheran mic te-u-her and has a larve class of pupils. The groom is the S'Mi of David Austin of South Bend. kle is emplowd at the Misha waka Woolen Manufacturing Co. Following the erremony at the par H'"a;v tlie couple went to tin ir newly furnished home at ::io W. Grove st where they were met by a la rue num ber of "relatives and friend.-. The veiling was spent in games, contests and music. A tine luncheon was served. INJURED AT RINK Howard Futlei knei-ht of this eitv ! sustained a bad rut on the left le Friday afternoon at tlie i t rink m ' Howard park. South Bend. The acri-j dent was eau d by a collision with! another skater which threw the y oung j "'"'i m sucn a manaer as to strike the t-Kates of another p ron. ENTERTAINS I'RIENDs. Mr. an! Mrs. M. Peters. ,n ..f v Main st. entertained u n n a wat.'h party New Year's e. Coers were! laid for The evening was spent j in games, music and sonus. A lino j luiirueen was served. KNIGHTS TEMPLAR ATTENTION. A special omlac of th,- Mishawa ka. commandery "o. i . K. T.. uill 1, inld at the Masonic temple Saturday' aftertn .on at 1 oY!-.e for the purpose! of attending tlie funeral of Pas! Com- ! manner Dr. John Bofo;:gh as an es. cor t. I,. ( '. p n ; i:bs, i: r E. F. ANDERSON. Be-. ,jVt Applications f..r the l : i .". automo hile Mate IK ens'--- ca: be ma,.. at tho Mishawaka Trust and Savings Co. Advt. ' UTO SERVICE Call Fell phone '.o er Home ill for' rarces. baggage or p is-er g-rs deliv-j ered to any part of city or South , Ienn. Passengers to and from alii train-. Advt. RESIGNS POSITION. N. Q. "Rb nnis of this city has re- i r.-iiee. mis position ,!s aru mastr lor i . ... i trie Bik-har? and Wes'ern Railroad company and li t- accepted a position In the engineering department of the city. MISHAWAKA CLASSIFIED. "WANTED- At once girl for )imio work. Mr. V. S. Lmiuig. ::2'J Edge water dri e. FOR RENT Flat. ", rooms and bath, close in. Mishawaka Trust i Sav ings Co. f III sL U U i NORTH SIDE BUSINESS MAN DIES SUDDENLY John Gardner, a north side business man, died suddenly at his home, 11.1 K. Joseph st.. shortly after midnight Thursday. Ho was taken ill at his place of business and suffered a hemorrhage, from where he was taken t' his home. The physician was Just arriving when he passed away. He had had been ill about two weeks, but his death was unexpected. Mr. Gardner was well known in this city, having lived here for a great number of years. He was a good musician and in previous years had been identified with various, bands. He was born at Bourbon, Ind., on Nov. 1SG;, and was past 4S years of age. He came to .Mishawaka from Plym outh about 30 years ago. He was twieo married, his second wife dying about six years ago. He was a member of the Catholic Order of Foresters. Mr. Gardner is survived by three sons and one daughter, Eugene, Fran ces, John, and Balph. at home, besides his mother. Mrs. Eva Gardner of this city, and three sisters, Mrs. Joseph Hios of South Bend, Mrs. Clement Schcibelhut and Mrs. Albln Muinch of this city. The funeral was held Saturday morning at y o'clock from ST. Joseph's Catholic church. Kev. Dean L. A. Moench otUeiated. The pallbearers were Messrs. William Hoerstman, Otto Muinch, John J. Fetters, John Berry. Edward Cogan and E. E. Zeiger. I In rial was in St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery. TO MKl-rr SUNDAY. A meeting of the .South Hend Pro gressive Spiritual society will be held .Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the. home of Philip Sehlemmer, 22S E. Eighth st. M IL AND .M Its. PAGE ENTEKTAIN. Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Page. Gl'5 Lin coln highway E. on New Year's eve entetaiticd 1l' of their friends at a watch party. The evening was spent in musical selections and social diver sions. A tine luncheon was served. Among the guests were Ira J. Smith and Charles J. Alwine of Elkhart. CIIlTtCII COUNCIL TO MEJ7T. A special meeting of the church council of St. Peter's German Luther an church will he held after the morn ing services on Sunday. On Monday evening a regular meeting of the council will be held. GUESTS OF HONOR. Mrs. John Fange and daughters, Mabel and Margaret, of Flint, Mich., were the guests of honor at a dinner given bv Mr. and Mrs. Vincent liruggner, 221 Cleveland st., on New Year's day. TO SPEAK SUNDAY. Word has been received that Pastor J. V. Glcason of the International Biblo Student's association will give a lecture Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Maccabec hall. CLASS TO MEITT. The North Side Bibb? class, District No. 11, will meet Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock with the Misses Ella and Edna Thorndyke. 2CS V. Joseph st. DEATH OF RELATIVE. Mr and Mrs. Tavid Hartstein, E. Sixth st., left Friday evening for Mo berlv. Mo., where they wore called by the "death of the late Fred Gutekunst, a .dative of the former. Mr. Gute kunst was a former resident of this city and has many friends here. GUESTS AT DINNER. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schmitt and sons, Kenneth and William, Mr. and Mrs-. Daniel Neikard. Mr. and Mrs. S. Krumanaker. Miss Helen Kruman aker. Miss lihuey Krumanakcr and Max Hay ncs of this city were the guests at a dinner given New Year's day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Krumanaker of Granger. PICKER UP RV THE WAY. (diver Kitson. who is employed in Chicago, is in the city to spend sev eral days visiting with relatives and friends. Kenneth Schmitt, W. Seventh st.. is ill with the mumps. Fred A. Ullmann has returned from a several days' visit in Akron. ()., wiuir.i h iie.l with John A. Rishcd. John Sw inehart. who is mployed in j Chicago, is visiting with his rnoiner, Mrs. Carrie Swinehart. Guy Steelsmith has returned to his homo in Hryan. (., after spending sev eral days visying with his father. Frank Steelsmith. L'15 N. Main st. Mrs. John Fange and daughters. Mabel and Margaret, left Saturday for their home in Flint. Mich., after spending one week visiting with friends in this eity. They are former residents of Mishawaka. Mrs. Harve Hawks and daughter, Florence, of Goshen spent I'riday visiting with relatives in this city. J. F. Hollister spent Saturday in Nil es. Mrs. Jacob Shank is visiting with relatives in Atwood. Ind. Ira J. Smith has returned to Elk hart after visiting with friends here. William J. Drudy has- returned from a several peeks' visit with rela tives and friends in Erie and Scranton, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dawnson have returned to their home in Plymouth. Has., after spending several days isiting with relatives and friends here. Miss Elizabeth Williams is visiting with friends in Elkhart. RREAIvS ARM ON ICE. Frank Ernst, a local bus'ness man. , suffered a broken arm on Thursday shortly after midnight when he fell in front "of the Mishawaka Trust and Savings company building on Lincoln wav. He was given assistance to the office of a surgeon where he was gi en proper attention. WALK TO ELKHART. William Snow. John Crow, Paul IiDow ami Paul Maggard of this city early Friday morning walked to Elk hart a distance of about 1" miles. The return trip was made by way of tho intcrurban although the walkers had promised their friends that' the trip would he made by foot both ways. i :nti :rtai ns i ri ends. Charles Richard of S2:i E. Fourth st., entertained a large number of friends with a watch party Thursday night at his home. The evening was spent in g-.cmes, contests tr.d music. A luncheon was served Just at mid-iiU'M Telephone Your Items 10 ine news-iimes i 123 Mam Street Bell 10; Home 118. NO FATALITIES IS RECORD OF VANDALIA During tho Lat Your o PawngcT W'u Kllletl in Train Act ident on Any ox IViinlvanla Lino. Of the 2. 9;! K.I 31 passenger? who traveled over the lines of the Van dalia railroad during the year IJll. not one was killed in a train'accident The record has been the same over all of the lines of the Pennsylvania sys tem according to the annual report just issued. This report shows that during tho year 188,411.876 pas sengers were carried over the 26,1 9 S miles of track of the entire .system in more than a million trains. These trains, more than 3,u00 of them a day, traveled 67.3s9,3Sl miles during the year. The Pennsylvania railroad lines east of Pittsburgh in the last two years carried 311.CT5.7lf t passengers and not one was killed in a train ac cident. During the years 1908, 1910, 191." and 1914 the number of passen gers carried on the lines east of Pitts burgh was equal to live times the population of the country and not one was killed In a train accident. SKATING ItINK MELTS. The skating rink which was con structed in Battell park Thrusday morning by City Street Commissioner Doolittle by order of the board of public works, lasted hut a few hours, owing to the rise in the temperature Friday. According to Mr. Doolittle it will require several nights of zro weather before a rink suitable for skating can be made practicable. It is also planned to construct rinks in Washington park in the west end pro viding a suitable location can be found. 1)11. BOROUGH FUNERAL. The funeral of Dr. John Borough, vho died last Thursday morning, was held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence, 409 Lincoln way E. Rev. A. C. Ormond and Kev. L. C. Rogers otliciated. The honorary pall bearers were M. M. Fisher. Taber Ham. R. E. Perkins, W. B. Hosford. John Hutchinson and 'Alex McMich aels. The active pallbearers were Miles Smith, Ralph Feig. R. E. Jerne gan. Dr. C. A. Dresch, Dr. J. G. Kostwick and C. J. Slick. Burial was in the city cemetery. JUDGE TELLS PRISONER HE WOULD DEPORT HIM TO WAR In the city police court Julius Ver jdeyes of this city was given the fright of his life when he was told by Judge Feig, that, he, the judge, was seriously considering deporting Ver sleyes to Belgium. The judge told the prisoner that as many of the Belgians had been killed in battle and the coun try was greatly in need of men, ho would send that particular person back to his native land. The prison er broke down and wept. He said that he had lived in America for 40 years or more and did not want to return to the land of his birth. The judge finally agreed to let him off with a fine of and costs, amounting to $15, which he paid. He was arrested for publi cintoxlcation. MRS. ALBERT REXSTREW DIES SUDDENLY AT HOME Mrs. Albert Rexstrew, a former res ident of this city, died at her home, 10 miles northeast of Mishawaka. Sat urday morning at 6 o'clock, after a short illness of complications. Until recently Mrs. Hexstrew has enjoyed almost perfect health. She was born Sept. 7, US0, in Fulton county, this state, and was past 2 6 years of age. She was formerly Miss Esta Zink and was united in marriage to Mr. Rex strew July H, 1910. ' She is survived by her husband and mother, Mrs. Lousia Zink of this city, two sons, Carl and Howard, at home, three sisters, Mrs. Ed Perkins of South Rend, Mrs. W. E. Miller of M uncle. Ind., and Mrs. Ernest Lewis of Elk hart, and two brothers. Pert of Mich igan, and L. F. Zink of Rurr Oak, Ind. The f'-neral will be held Sunday afternoon at 2: HO o'clock from the Finch and Sprague chapel. Rev. A. W. Smith, pastor of the Methodist church of River Park will officiate. Burial will be In the cemetery. PASTOR IS ILL. Owing to a sudden illness of Rev. R. E. N. Engers, pastor of the Eng lish Lutheran Evangelical church, there will be no services Sunday morning or evening at the church. The Sunday school will meet, how ever, at the regular hour. FOR RENT Large, sunny front room, with private entrance, to young lady, or widow. Kitchen, laundry and home privileges to right party. Reply with particulars. Re liable. Rox M. N.. News-Times. LOST Shepard dog about live months old. White nose and breast. Reward. Return to Charles Coopman. 540 W. Seventh st. n This is a good time to start a savings account with us. Deposit now $1.00 or more in our Savings Department. Add to it each week as you can. Deposits made be fore January 12th will draw 4 interest from January 1st. North Side Trust & Sayings Co. 14 M ! f f i )Ul I I i in JLU . U.HI h . I .. ! I i Everyone is invited to attend the services in South Rend churches. All eats are free. Rejilar as uell a special venires are announced bedow. Pastors aro invited by The News Times management to send tlie paper outlines of their Sunday sermons that they may he read by tlie 00,000 News-Times readers in the Monday editions. Through Uiin medium the sermons can be addressed to a congregation which is even more than city-wide. METHODIST. I lr-t N. Main st., Iiev. Henry I. IivK Class meeting 9:00: Sunday school J. C. Uuwaln-r, superintendent. SernaonB 10:i0 a. m. and 7:0) p. m. Trayer meeting Wednesday evening. Preaching by tlie pastor both monilng Jind evening. Moruinjr subject: "A New Year Itesolutlt-u." livening subjeet : "Iu the Hands of the Potter." i:;;.vortli league service at G.tA) p. m. ; 6ubjevt, 'Promises of a Redeemer;" leader, Kev. Arthur U. Schafer. The following is the inush-il program, under the lireitlm of Klbert Jlipley ef Oiiogo: Morning, prelude, "ChrMums Offertory." by Letumens; solo. Ir. F. I. linger; anthem, "A Dream of Paradise," by limy; postlude. grind Hiorur hi F by Salome. Fvening: Pre lude. "The Shepherd's "Song." by Dubois; solo. Miss 'ro Hill: anthem, magnificent in F by Simper; pUude, festival march in C by Calkin. M. raui'e Memorial Colfax and La porte avs., Kev. James L. Gardiner, D. I). Sunday school at U:i)0 a. m., led by Iter. M. C. P.cale. Morning -subject: "Does God Send Trou iid?" Fp worth league at i'f.l.O. At the evening servb e tit 7 :30 Dr. Gardiner will preach on "That iTinter of Udell's," by Harold Pell Wright. This Is the fourth of ti series of sermons on "Modern Stories That Preach." Grace Services in the new tabernacle, corner S. Michigan and Haney sts., Iiev. F. K. Dougherty, pastor. Sunday school l:r,0 a. m. Preaching 10:4." a. m. Morning sermon by Fvangellst W. N. IaMauce. Revival services commence with tlie Sunday services. Revival mush- con ducted by Mrs. V. N. LaMauce. Chorus choir. Lowell Heights Miner and Francis sts., V. It. llrlggs, pastor. Sunday school l :.';) a. in., it. M. Motlit, superintendent. Public worship 11 a. m. and 7 :'J0 p. m. Ep worth league C::iO p. m. Prarer meeting and teachers' training class, Wednesday at 7:30 p. in. Morning theme: "Four Thing's Neces sary for Christian Development. Fpworth league subject: "Promises of h. Redeem er." Fvenhig theme: "The Test of Faith." Special music both morning and evening by the church choir. Monday. Jan. 4, at 7:30 p. in., the othVial hoard will meet In the church. Wednesday at 7 :U0 p. m., tecichers training class. Wednesday at p. hi., prayer meeting. Trinlt Maine and Vassar avs.. Rev. Melvlu C. Hunt. Sunday school d:'M a. m. H. N. Kibler. supt. Morning worship 10:4.". pworth league o:l." p. in. Fveuing service 7:30. Midweek service Wednesday, 7:43 p. m. Stull Memorial Michigan and Victoria sts.. Rev. J. F. McKay. Sunday school 10:00 a. in., A. Katterheiurich. superin tendent. Men's Itible class, taught by the pastor. Public worship 11 :W a. in. Fvening service 7:30. Fpworth league C:30 p in.. Miss Flossie Jester, president. Fpworth Memorial Corner Lincoln highway west and Olive st., the Rev. Jesse W. Punch, jastor; Claude Young, assistant pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., Claude Young, superintendent Morning worship at 11 o'clock, preaching bv the pastor: theme, "The Soul's Thirst. Miss Ethel Williams; subject, "Promises of a Redeemer." Preaching at 7:00 p. m. by the pastor; subject, "A Reasonable tServicc." Cierman Lafayette and Wayne sts.. Rev. Jacob Schott. Sunday school 9:30 a. in.. John Koch, superintendent. Preach ing 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. ni. Fpworth league 7:00 p. ra. Prayer meeting Wed nesday. 7 :4," p. m. Wet.Ieyan Sample st. and Marietta nr.. Rev. F. O. Spitler. pastor. Morning ser vice 10:30. Evening service 7:30. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting Wednes day evening, 7:30. Munnon chapel Division rd., the Rev. liaude Young, pastor. Sundaj- school at 10 a. in.; Mr. Punch, superintendent. Fpworth league at ti:00 p. in., led by Miss Hazel F. Mllliken; subject, "A Larger Life and Growing Ideals." Preach ing at 7:" p. m. by the pastor; theme, "Losses and (Jains." Mt. Pleasant Rev. Claude Young, pas tor. Sunday school 10 o'clock; Mr. Castle, superintendent. Portage Chapel Rev. Claude Young, pastor. Sunday school 10 a. in.; Mr. Calvert, superintendent. Morning worship at 11 o'clock, preaching by the apstor. Olivet A. M. L. Rev. C. Emery Allen, D. D.. pastor. 310 W. MoiiNe st. Preach ing 10::u a. in. Sunday sc hool 3:00 p. m. Pi iching 7 :1T p. m. Class meeting 1- in. Zion A. M. K. Rev. II. W. Bowen, pas tor. Preaching lino a. in. and 8:00 p. in. Sunday school 1-:30 p. m. Prayer meet ing Wednesday evening. Taylor A. M. i;., Zlon Chapel Rev. W. II. Taylor, pastor. Preaching 11:00 a. in. and N:(H p. in. Sunday school 12:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 8:00 p. m. RUcr Park MUMon 1103 Seventeenth st. Sr.nday school l!:30 p. m.. Emma Purkey, superintendent. Junior league 3 p. m., Mrs. John Seymoure, superintendent. Fp worth league :30 p. m.. Mis Esther Ward president. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. Pray er meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. River Park & Seventh st., Rev. A. W. Smith, pastor. Sunday school a 9:30 a. m. ; F. E. Wolfe, superintendent. Public worship with sermon, 10:4." a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Junior league at 3 p. m. Fpworth league at 0:00 p. m. Revival meetings are now in progress, resides the services on tomorrow there will be services at 7 :l-" each evening next Aeek. except Saturday evening. No serv ices tonljht. i ri:i; METiionrsT. r'ree Methodist Pennsylvania av. and Rush st.. Rev. D. L. Lower. Sunday school 9:30 a. m.. Oscar Patson, super intendent. Preaching services at 10:30 a. m. and 7 :3o p. m. Kier Park Free MethodUt Fourteenth and Vine sts. E. S. Jennings, pastor. Sun day school i:;;o a. m. Preaching 10:30 a. in. Young People's meeting 0:30. Union Y'. P. Meeting 3 p. in.. Mishawaka and River Park. Preaching 7:30 p. m. TRESUYTEKIAX. First Cor. Washington av. and Lafay ette st.. Rev. Charles A. Llppln- ott. D. D., minister. Rev. Howard J. Clifford, asso ciate minister. Miss Charlotte M. Par tridge, assistant t the minister. Public worship 10:15 a. school 9:30 a. league at 9:3. The s.-H-rament be administered Evening siiltje t Junior E:iieavr People'?, society m. and 7:30 y. m. ltlble in. Mea's ltlble study of the Lord's upper will at the morning service. : "Li vinir bv the Day." at 3:m p. ni. Young at p. m. Midweek meeting Wednesday at no p. m. and St. Peter Trinity -Cor. Colfax av st.. Rev. John S. l'.iirn. pastor. P.ible .choil ::30. J. I. Whiteiii.ii). superintend ent. Preaching service 10:43 a. m. and 7: p. ra. Westminster Rev. H. It. Ilostetfr. Sun day school 9:3M a. m. Public worship 10:4." a. in. nnd 7 :30 p. in. Prayer iueti:ig 'Session in-ets at 10:30 to receive new member. )in;iiun;.u service ami bap tism at 1:4.". Evening theme; "Choosing My Ideals ;ind Motives." This will be the first in a series of five Sundayevening ser mons to be preached on "Life's Ureat Choices." Junior C. E. at 2 p. m. Ii.ter tuedlate E. at 3:.'ji. Senior I. E. at t'.::H Tin week of prayer will be observed with sj.iai meetings Monday. Tuesday. Wedr sil.i y ;;nd Tiiursd.iy evenings. (mni'.lown Church .Dr. Thompson, su oerintendenr. Sunday schixd 2 :W p. m. Preaching servb e 3:(ri) p. U. lloi L--r .ind Davton "ts., f;erge William Allison. i. D minister. Pible i s. -ho d J .'A. . O. D '.v'.es superintendent. 1 Morning worship at I c,;;m p. in. "er!nir 10:4.". a. in. '. E. nt woisiiiii at 7:3. Mld- wvk iiHt ini'.' e:i n eihicNday at : i. m. Teachers' training class at :'M We l rucsd.ny eveuing. Mvrnlu ut'Ject: "I he Business of the Who Is suhieet : On the TJie LondemiKition'S of the Christ .9 Ilorkhlll t'nion Sumption Pralrte road, one-quarter mile west of Oiive st. Plble school at :30 p. m., Owen AVhiteman, su perintendent; International lessons. Re ligious worship at 3:45 p. m. in charge of Elder Harris. Granger Rev. J. B. Donaldson, pastor. Sunday school 10:00 a. ni. Preaching 7:4o p. m. C. E. 7:00 p. n. Hungarian Corner Washington av. and Cherry St., Rev. U. Bertok, pastor. BAPTIST. 'I'Irst Main and Wayne sts.. Rev. Chas A. Decker. Sunday school J:30 a. in., S. i. Chord, superintendent. Preaching: at 10:4" a. in. Evening service 7:30. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:40 p. m. Qalncj Street Quincy st. :;ud Blaine av. Rev. Thomas J. Parsons. Bible schod 9:30 a. in., J. W. Randall, superintendent. Preaching services 10:30 a. n. and 7:30 p. ra. B. Y. P. U. 6:45 p. m. Midweek ser vice Wednesday evening. Morning subject: "The Unchanging Christ." Evening subject: "A Manly Resolution." Communion and hand of fellownhlp to new members at the morn ing service. Special numbers by the choir at both services. B. Y. P. U. at 6:4" p. m.; subject. "Who Is On the lord's Side?" Monday evening, businos-s meeting and eletlon of B. Y. P. U. at the church. Wednesday evening, midweek service at the churnh; topic, Psalm 40. The p;tstor invite the congregation to nttend the re vival meetings at the First Baptist church ns much as possible. Tlie Women's union P.ible class will begin the study of Exodus Jan. V2. Mount Zion Baptist 113 N. Rirdsell St. Evening service 7:30. Thursday S :00 p. m. Flrt Swedish Cor. sts. Services 10:30 a. every other Sunday, will preach. Prayer meeting Laurel and Napier m. and 7:30 p. m. Rev. F. W. Jewell CHRISTIAN. St.. souni of public library, Alexander, pastor. Morn- First Main Rev. John M ing Bible school 9:ir., J. Holland Witwer. supertntendent. Morning service 10 :40. Christian udeavor 0:30 p. m. Evening ser vice 7:30. Morning subje-t: "Members One of Another." Ivvening worship nt 7:30. Senior C. E. at 6:1"; topic, -Tlie Yet r for Christ." Prayer ami praise service Wednesday at 7:30 p. ni. Junior C. E. Saturday aft ernoon at ":30. Indiana Avenue Indiana aud Witwer avs. Rev. Cecil Franklin, pastor. Bible school 9:30 a. m., Fred WEson. superin tendent. Services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Junior Endeavor ":30 p. m., Mrs. A. L. Brenner, superintendent. Senior Endeav or 6:30 p. in. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Linden Avenu Church of Christ Lin den av. and Carlisle st. F. Allen Massey, pastor. Preaching 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school 2:30 p. m. C. E. at 6:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION. Flrnt -Lafayette and Monroe sts., J. II. Evans, pastor. Sunday schc-ol at 0:15 a. m., William Flagle. superintendent. Preaching services at 30:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Y. P. A. at 6:45 p. ni.. Miss Clara Lockstadt, president. Prayer meeting Tuesday and Wednesday eveaiugs at 7:30. Choir rehearsal Tuesday evening after prayer meeting. Grace Lincoln Way west and Brick av. Rev. Daniel I). Speicher. Morning theme: "The Oi e Family in Chrint." Y. P. A. f-erviee nt '.:4T p. m., led by Vera O'Dell; topic. "A Great Calm." Evening service at 7:30. Special revival meetings will be hell every night through out the week at :4. p. m. will be ably asnistod by Rev ijv '. - i j i T. F. Erne of Avilla, lud. Rev. Mr. Free is an earn est, forceful sieaker who has been emi nently su(vesrul in revival work. Come and hear him. Miipah Corner Main and Monroe sts.. Rev. John O. Mosler. Sunday school 9:30 a. m., F. F. Burgener, superintendent. Sermons at 1)0:45 a. ru. anil 7:30 p. m. Catechetical classes will meet at 2:30 p. m. Y. P. A. :30 p. m. Prayer meeting Tuesday and Welnesday evenings at 7:3U. Evening service, 7:30. Monilng subject: "The Spirit Shall Not Always Strive with Man." Evening sub ject: "Our Estimate of Values." Young People's alliance. Emmet Jester, president : subject, "Who Is On the lord's Side?" leader, W. II. MeCrirtln; business meeting of the Young People's alliance on Tuesday evening at 7 ZM. Rev. J. W. Metzner, P. E., f Elkhart will preach on Wednesday evening at 7:30 and conduct the business s-ssion of the fourth quarterly conference. The choir practice will be held on Friday night. The communion service, will be held on Sunday morning, Jan. 10. BRETHREN. First Brethren Church 1214 S. Michigan St., Rev. A. E. Thomas, pastor. Sunday school 9:30 a. ra.. Hartley Firestone, superintendent. Morning service 10:30. Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m. Evening service 7:30 First Church of the Brthren Miami st. aud Indiana av.. Rev. M. Clyde Horst. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Men's Bible class in charge of the pastor. Women's Bible class taught by Mi-s Cora V. Wise. Preaching 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Second Church of the Brethren Cush Ing and Van Buren sts. . Rev. J. G. Grater, iRistor. Sunday school at i:30 a. m., (I. A. Sensemnn, superintendent. Morning serv ice 10:30. Evening service 7:30. Chris tian workers' meeting at 630 p. m.; John Austin, president. Prayer meeting Tues day S:00 p. m. There will 1e no regular services Sun day evening because of a union meeting at the Goshen City church. UNITED BRETHREN. Conference Memorial Treachlng 10:4 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m. Mid week service Wednesday 7:45 p. m. LUTHERAN. Holy Trinity FnglUli Sherman av. and Llndsey st.. Rev. Albert H. Keck. Sun day school 9:15 a. m., E. Motts. superin tendent. Men's Bible class taught by the pastor. Women's class taught by Miss Honiuth. Young ladieV clas taught by Miss Johnson. Chief service with Tmon by the pastor at 10:30 . in. Vespers with sermon at 7:33 p. m. St. Paul's ciermn .refTersPn blvd. and for Sore Tito and Cold inChest First rub the chest or throat with Ome?a Oil; then soak a f.tece of flan nel with the Oil and put it around the neck or throat, and cover with a piece of dry flannel. This simple treatment usually give relief. Trial bottle ioc Kingdom." r. E. h)plc. Lord's Side?" Evening iii William st.. Rev. Ileiiuch Holle. (German servh-e at 10 3t n. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a. ni. English service second and fourth Sundays at 7:"0 p. m. Zlon's Evangelical Con:er E. Wayne and St Petr sti.. Rev. Martin (iofTeney. pastor. Gloria Dei Swedish Chapiu nnu Kerr sts.. Rev. Uottfried Hsou. Sunday school 9:00 a. m. Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. EPISCOPAL Morning sermon y the Id-hop. music for the Christinas mmm-u bv Sps-ial vesteI choir and erchesira. St. Jamet Ixif;iyett5 st., noi th of Wash ington av. l'arish Louse. 319 W. Colfax av. Righ Rev. John llazei White, P. P.. bishop of the diocese of rioithern Indi ana, rector. Rev. II. R. White, vicar. Trinity Hungarian -S. Lafayette st., near old court house. Rev. Victor Von Kubinyi. pastor. Services at S :00 a. m. and 10:C0 a. m. Bible class Thursday at 7:10 p. in. church or con. Services are held in Melville hall. 212 S. Lafayette st. Sunday school at 10 a. in. R. O. Cuff el. superintendent. Bible studv at 11:00 a. ra.. IE C. Kalis hack, leadef Berean meeting u Thursday evening at the honw of L. C. Railsback, 11 E. South St. SEVENTH DAY All VENTIST. Seventh Pay Adventlst services on Sat urday in Melville hall. Pastor Allen Moon In charge. Sabbath school at 9:30 a. m. Preaching service at 10:30 a. in. SCIENTIST, rirst Church of Christ Main and Madi son sts. Services Sunday at 11 :00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school 9:15 a. m. Y. M. C. A. Y. M. C. A. meetings wl!l be held every Sunday afternoon, especially for men, in the auditorium of the boys' building. A special speaker will be secured for each Sunday and special music will be fur nished. Y. W. C. A. Young Women's Christian association building o,eii 3 to 7 p. in. Sunday. Vesper services will be held In the par lors of the of the association building Sun day afternoon jit 4 o'clock. The address will bo made by the Rev. Arthur ti. Schafer of the Lowell Heighs Methodist church. All young women nre Invited by the Y. W. C. A. to attend the meeting and the social tea which follows. INTERNATIONAL BIBLE SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. Melville hall. Sunday, 3 p. m. Monday, 7:30 p. in., lecture by W. M. nersee. SPIRITUALISTS. The Progressive Spiritualist S'oeiety will hold services at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. Sehlemmer. 1TJS E. Eicrhth st Misha waka. Sunday evening Lockridge is lecturer. at 3D. C. E. TEMPLE BETH-EL. Corner Lasalle .av. and Taylor Abraham Cronbach. rabid. Service Sunday at 10:30 a. ni. st. NEW THOUGHT. New Thought services will be held Sun day evening, 7:43, at 135 Vistula a v., over Mueller's grocery. M. A. Bruuner. lecturer. RESCUE MISSION. Jospel station, 430 E. Lasalle av. A. G. Schafer, supt. Frank Wyatt, mission worker. Meeting every night at 7:43. Cof fee and rolls given to the hungry after each meeting. SALVATION ARMY. Hall 412 S. Michigan st. in charge of Capt. William Conway. Meetings evcry night In the wt-ek except Monday. Sunday services as follows: Sunday school at 2 p. m. ; salvation meeting at 8 p. m. Every, body Is welcome to these services. CITY MISSION. Gospel station, 115 E. Jefferson blvd.; Roy A. Bird, superintendent. Meetings every night at 7:30. One-half hour soug sen ice precede each sermon. CATHOLIC. St. ratrlck' 7J7 S. Taylor st.. Itev. John V. DeGroote. C. S. C, pastor. Low inasscei at 7:30. 0:00 a. in. Solemn bijrb mass and sermon at 10:30. Baptism at 2:00 p. ni. Vespers at 3:30 p. m. Sun day school at 3:00 p. in. .Meeting of church societies at 4:00 p. m. St. Ilf-Uwlgre l'oilsh Corner S-ott and Kapler sts. Kev. Anthony Zubowlcz, C. S. C, pastor. Iow mass nt 3:30. Children's mass at U: a. ni. Ilisrh mass at 'J."0 2:00 p. in. Vespers at 7:30 p. in. St. StmnKIaus I'ollhh 113 N. Lincoln st. Rev. Roman Marcinlak, pastor. Mass at G:00, 7:30 and 10:30 a. m. St. Calmlr'B IoIlih 1 S. Vebster st. Low mass at 7:30 a. m. Il'h mass at 10:00 a. xu. Vespors at 2:00 p. m. St. Adcibert'A PolUh Olive and Grace sts. Rev. John Kubaetl. nastor. ImllT mass at 7:13 n. m. Holy hour Vednfdav ' evening at 7:30. Sunday mass 7:30 anil! 0:00 a. m. St. Joseph Hill st and Lasalle av.. ' Patrick J. Carroll. C. S. C, pastor. I.w mases at 7:30 and 0:0") a. m. High rus at 10:30. r.enellctin 3:M) p. m. Sunday s'hocl at 2:30 p. m. St. Stephen's Hungarian Thonus and McPherson .sts. Rev. Alexander Varlaky. pastor. Mass at s:00 and 10:13 a. m. Sun day school at 2:00 p. m. Pen edict ion rt 3:00 p. m. Sacred Heart Belgian 112C W. Tbrnnas t. Rev. Charles V. Fischer, pastor. Mass at 7:00 and 0:.'i0 a. m. Sunday :hoI at 2:30 p. m. Peuediction at 3 :00 p. m. Sacred Heart Notre Iame. Low m.iss at 6:00 a. m. Students' mass at S:Ctj a. m. Illgrh mass at 10:15 a. in. Vespers at 2:C0 p. m. St. Mary' German 'il S. Tnyb-r nr.. Rev. J. M. Sherer. C. S. C., pator. M.ts at 7:30 and 10:00 a. in. Suuday school at 2:30 p. m. PERFUMri?. Woodsworths. Brown.-. Beautiful packages 30c. il.no, :t i;i $2.00 Packages at L'-'c. rGc. and 51. "0 at fnnnlpvs. Advt ' CHICHESTER S PILLS Wj.. TUEDUMOJfD DIU!lkw Mii ynr vrmrritt C'al-tkM-tcr's DtaX Lraad nil la K4 a3 fc14 iset&i: Tk lr- liar f Jra-r1it. Ak firCIII.rirri4.TrTH 'K sotfl by DRiirjisis mmw BXatLO &digxa Here is a interefts as. conservative intitutin. tii- din thev do their own. The im.nev , puarded vested in bein' b;iried nly on :H'prvMl rirst-class bonds. i ii:n ci:xt FIRST TRUST In th .-am th.- buildin :?K'i;t a FIRST NEWS OF INTEREST TO POLISH CITIZENS I ' i -I . -.- i:.i:nrii:s by v.. il falcons. The annual exert is s of t!:e Z. B.i lick; Ful' oris t-i.nductetl .L-ph Zyt'twski, assistant district c'niniani er of the I'oljsh Ialciiis Alliance f AtiH-rica. were li 11 Thurd.iy evening at Z. H. hall u W. t.. before a large audience. John Knzpli'chou ski. pre-iurnt cf the n-t. opened the program with a hri f address. The procratu prc sent- d i-r.nsistcti of the fdliiv inc: Mu sical Mdectio.M ,' Z. B. niilit.ity hand; n y the choir of Lady i'.ikons Z. B. No. 1: :!air drill and riicin- hy thd junior loss of Iidy r.iic":i; jan tomhiif by junior Falcons; muMeal se lection hy military hand: military ex ercises l.y Z. B. IV.lcons military rank: exercises in pictures by the senior el oss ,,f Iidy ralcons; races hy junir I'alcons; athletic exercises y seniors. Concluding mimher was a l'askethall game hy Z. B. l:lsktalI club. Following the game the mili tary rank was awarded with a beau tiful silver i up for the best exercises, donated by Ignatius K. Werwinski. Tlie audieiue showed their appre ciation at each numhr with loin' ap plause. Scxeral prominent men of this city wer' als.i present. Similar program will be ;ion un- da evenini: at .. B. hall. SOCIAL I'.Y i:TS. Christmas exeris(s will bo given by the Polish I'alcons M. Komanowskl Sunday at Tos iuszko hall. The pro gram Is composed of drilling, pan tomimes, sinking and musical s-lc -tions. i:erybo.jy is cordially imited to attend tliis ann:al affair. Fa member of the junior clas? will r ceive a Christmas :;ift. The basketball ( hib gave their New Year's ball Friday evening at Z. B. hall. A laiue nunil er of guests woi" present and greatly enjoyed the !lrsi dance given hy the club. Music was furnished by Artis orchestra. Re freshments were served by the com mittee in charge of the affair. The St. John's Cantius Literary so ciety of St. lledwige's parish will" hold its meeting Sunday evening at their library room. The auxiliary committee to the Po lonia club will hold its meeting Sun day eveni. g at S oVlo.-k in the obi St. Hedwige school building. The meeting of the Polish I-'.. Icons Z. Balicki No. 1. will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Z. B. hall. The singing rehearsal of St. lled wige'.s choir will be held Mnmlav eve ning at 7:30 o'clock at the St. Hed wige school building. The St. Stanislaus Kostka smucty of St. Hedwige's parish hold its meeting Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the school building. A meeting of the Archangel society of St. Hedwige's parish will hold its meeting Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in St. Helwige school building. Tho Young Boy's Name of Jesus so ciety of St. Hedwige's parish wil! meet Sunday afternoon at 2 :3n o'clock at St. Hedwige school building. The Young; Women's Holy Rosary society of St. Casimir's parish will hold their meeting Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in St. Casimir's school building;. Tho military band of Falcons Z. B. No. 1, will hold its rehearsal Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at Z. B. hall. The rehearsal of a play ( Victims will be held Tuesday evening at S:30 o'clock at Z. B. hail. The f-enior class of Z. B. Falcon will hold its exercises Monday evening at Z. B. hall. PFKSOXALS. Tadislnus Jaryk of Detroit is In th" city spending a few days with rela tives and friends. Miss leucine Drzemik left morninpr fnr her home in Soutli cat?o after a few days visit thi friends here. She was the Kucst Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Orbuvskl, Scott 6t. of 'S. Peter Marczynski, W Division St., is eritioallv ill. Frank Whitter of St. Joseph, Mich., is in the city on business. Miss Anna Modrzynska has return ed to Michigan City after a brief visit here. Chester Trypas left this afternoon for his home in Gary after a brief visit here. Anthony Wieher of Chicago, who has been here for a few days, left thl mornin? for Elkhart. Stanley Beczkiew icz, 117 S. Laurel St.. is criticaliy ill. Fred TVindler ha? returned to In dianapolis after a short business visit here. Frank Wrijrht, who has l.oen hero for a few days on business, returned today to Buffalo. 1 MONEY 4 HepositeJ n or beiore Jan. 12, 1015, v.-ill Jraw interet from Jan. 1. 1915. Li MISHAWAKA .UST & SAVINGS COMPANY I mi of Safety lIIS if o 1 d'pi Il.it ral which i;iKir.i -it with us i "il i s.ife- or s--t!ritv. ur ir.- m. ...I .... ii.-. . . i f ik U I I U . .. t i iti:ki:st on swings AND SAVINGS COMPANY a iii I i ii' r V.w same mane- NATIONAL BANK t!llVK.V. IMl.