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SATO! DAY, J.WI'AIIV 2, 101.
0 Yd n by die art ew ear smug THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES N W ami Ads me Through these columns the house wife not only secures her domestic help, seamstress, laundress, nurse and cook, but she hades her old piano for a nearly new dining room set, her old sealskin coat for a costly sideboard, and "hubby's ' old overcoat for a load of kindling wood. In the course of time she finds a better place to live at a lower rent, finds a cost buyer for that suburban lot, discovers a better music teacher for the children and rents an extra room in the house to pay the wages of the -household help. Rate: Late News from the Surrounding Towns willow creek. Mr. and Mrs. William Eberhart visited Sunday with Mrs. Eberharfs parents, Thomas Van Wink el of .South Bend. Mrs. Walter Gordon of Fort Wayne is spending tho holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. f Sweitztr. A men's personal workers' league of the M. E. church was organized on Monday evening. The revival services continue with much interest. Several conversions are reported. The Sunday Fchool board elected tho following officers: Superintend ent, Alfred Ludwig; John T. Mc Knight. assistant Superintendent; Miss Marie Wedel, secretary; Dwight Ludwig, assistant secretary; Mrs. Robert McKnight, organist; Mrs. Sam Judie, assistant organist; Jamr.i Sousley, treasurer; Hen Sousley, chor ister. Kpworth league elected the follow ing officers: Talmer Kberhart, presi dent; James Sousley, first vice presi- ueni; j. j. i.gar, second vice presi- dent; Mrs. Harry Hog, third vice Mrs Jacob Woomer, president; Ren Souslev. president; fourth vice secretary Mrs. William Kberhart. treasurer; Mrs. Sam Judie, organist. Mrs. Robert McKnight was elected president of tho Junior league. Harold McKnight. after a holiday vacation with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKnight returned to his home at Akron.- O., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George CJjirver of Goshen spent Christmas with their children, Mr. and Mrs. John Rohcr. Mr. and Mrs. David Shnnour and S. C. Plotner and family were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Plot ner of Mishawaka. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reall and chil dren of Mishawaka were guests of Mrs. Beall's parents. Alfred Ludwig and wife, Sunday. Mrs. and Mrs. James Sousley enter tained at a Christmas dinner friends from Lakeville and South Rend. John L. McKnisht visited his daughter, Mrs. II. Souls, Sunday last at Laporte. Mr. and "Mrs. Charles Wooster of North Liberty and iouis Van Winkel of South Rend visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William- Kberhart. WYATT. this vicinity will reopen Schools Jan. 4. In Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Irwin of North Liberty are spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. John Sehlemmer. George Rarnhart shipped a carload of live stock Tuesday. Schlosser Bros, are busy harvest ing ice this week. It is being cut at Riddle's lake and reported to be 10 inches thick. The teachers of Madison township held their fifth institute at the Wyatt school Saturday, Dec. 26. .The committee on farmers' insti tute work met Wednesday evening to arrange a program for the meeting to be held Jan. S and 0. The state speakers will be Mr. 1'ranklin and Mr. JuJla Walker. The new sawmill of O. S. Wilkins Is now in operation. Mrs. Henry Gipe of Toledo, who Tia.d been visiting with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Morpran Shearer during tho holidays, returned home Thurs day. 1WEKVILLE Dr. James Martin of Traverse City was in Parkvillc Friday attending his brother's wife. Mrs. William Martin, who is seriously ill. Mrs. Kllie Hinkle was here a few davs with her sister, Mrs. William Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lake entertain ed at Christmas dinner IS quests. Out of town quests were: Mr. and Mrs. Art Smith and daughter. Leona. of Three Rivers; Mr. and Mrs. Ned Doan and son. Horace, of Mention. Miss Mildred Weightman is "pend ing the holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Weightman. Dr. Ileators entertained at Christ mas dinner Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Freise and daughter. Irene. Eva and Marjory Creeg of Three Rivers are spending the holidays with their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Felker. Mrs. Bruce Rake and Mrs. Oscar Huff visited in Three Rivers Wednes day. . Mrs. William Adams ha.s recovered from a short illness. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bor.deman en tertained John Adams and family at Christmas dinner. Glen Ileator. who visited at the home of Dr. Heat or for two weeks, has returned to his home in Cold water. "while taking a load . of people to church Monday evening Cal F.inga n.an's horses became unmanacabd and ran away, upsetting the load. Rev. Mr. Armstrong. wife sustained a broken' arm. She was taken to the home of Barney I-ang. where she was jrlvc-n medical attention. Mrs. Peter Rlshel is suffering from shook. Mrs. Flgin F.arnabee and daughter. Kvelyn, of Kalams. are visiting athe home f her sister. Mrs. Harry Bondsman, for a few days. Miss Flossie fluids is home from Union City p nding the holldavs with Y.y-r parents, Mr. an; Mrs. Charlie Child. Mrs. Bertha Sehoonmaker is spend ing the h.dMavs with her p-rnts. Mr. ar.l Mrs. IM. Davis, at Adrian. Glad a in Kramer of Kalamazoo is spending the holidays with bis cou pin. Roland Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Child -nt r tulned at Chrhtnuis dinner William 1c a word Stock and Herbert Avery and family all of Three Rivers. .Mrs. McClish of Mendon Is visiting in Parkville. PLYMOUTH. Miss Damaris Metsker South Betid Monday to visit went to Mrs. Will McGIothlin for a few days. Ray Lacmcrt returned evening to St. Paul, having Sunday spent a week with his pa-nts. Ford Cressner returned to Monday after a visit at home. Ober Y alter Kyser, who has been visit ing his mother and sister, returned to South Bend Monday. Lev. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin E. P. Ouins arrived Monday from Home and are the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Hitchcock. W. R. Sibert has recovered from a three and a half weeks' illness of pneumonia, John McCormick died Sunday morning at 5:4 5 at his home at Ham let, aged To years. He was the father of J. W. McCormick of this city. The funeral was held Tuesday. Alex. Foreman is here from North Dakota visiting his daughter, Mrs. Gem H. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Thoma-s Lovell and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Asper were called to Otterbein Monday morning to at tend the funeral of their brother, Ira Yenna, who was killed Saturday when a tree fell on him. This is the sec ond one" of the family to meet a vio lent death recently, their brother, Bert Yenna, having been killed in a rail road accident not long ago. Mrs. Harry Wallace and her sister, Miss Lconoro Vinall. left for Ther mopolis. Wyo. Miss Vinall expects to remain for some weeks. Mrs. Mary Watkins of Richmond, Ya.. arrived in the city as the guest of the family of A. R. Underwood a few days. Mrs. John Iiyton and daughter are hero from Rome, Penn., vl.'Mng her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nrah Hoover. Mr. and Mrs. X. C. Balsley and daughter and Mrs. C. i7!. Smith of South Bend visited with Mi. and Mrs. J. A. L'nglish Christmas. Marriage licenses have been grant ed to Orville C. Zeehiel of Culver and Hazel B. Jordan of Culver, and Her man P. Schlarb of Bremen and Grace M. Keyser of Bremen. Mrs. Dix Snyder and son of Misha waka, who have been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. r'rcd linger, left for her home Monday. Mrs. I b M. Work of New York, who spent Christmas with Mrs. Julia Work of Brightsidc, left for their home Monday morning. Dr. S. C. Boring of this city received a message Tuesday morning announc ing the death of his brother. Dr. D. J. Boring, at Valparaiso. He had been ill for a month or more. There are two other brothers: Judge H. H. Boring of Valparaiso, Dr. C. J. Boring of Ro chester. Dr. Boring of Valparaiso had been in Plymouth a number of times. The funeral will be held at Valparaiso at 11 o'clock Thursday. John Bus.-ert died Sunday morning at bis home in T ner. after a long illness. He was 7S years old. The funeral was held in the U. B. church at that place Tuesday afternoon. De ceased was an old resident of Tynor and is survived by two sons, two daughters and his wife. Robert Roscoe Tomlinson and Miss Belia Insure were married on Dec. 26 in Rochester, by Rev. A. S. JA'ar riner of the M. K. church. Mr. Tom linson is in the employ of the Winona Telephone Co. at this place, having re cently moved to Plymouth with his mother. They will make their home in Plymouth. Mrs. Adam F. Wise and son Russell left Tuesday morning for a visit with friends in South Bend. Mrs. James Cook is in Argos the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Hoffman. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Thompson ar rived Tuesday for a visit with his mother. Mrs. Priseilla Thompson, and sister, Mrs. John N. Wilson. FIVE rOINTS. Mrs. Sarah J. Wells, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Scott and daughter. Miss Alice. Mr. and Mrs. IT. M. Appleman and children, Mr. and Mrs. James Romine and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Du Comb, Mr. and Mrs. James Frame of South F.end. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hrown and daughter. Miss Sarah, of near L-vdick .uirt Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wells of Fuchanan. Mich., spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. 1). i. lirown. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Frame and son Orra of Wilfalls. Mont., are guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Orra Taylor and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest -Kaser of Indi anapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Co lon Mi.-s ('.race Stonehill of South Fend and Mr. and Mrs. Moses Kaser were quests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Kaser. Mrs. Adam Smous and daughters. Helen and Audrey, gu sts of Mr. and Monday. Mrs. Max Konzon guests of relatives of Fairview were Mrs. Otto Taylor and daughter are in Chicago this wc tk. Mrs. A. lloss. who the oast two weeks, has been ill for is reported un- improved. Mr. and Mrs. C.eorge Holston and little ' daughter of South Fend spent Wednesday nlht with the former's parents. Mr. Mrs. John Holston. Mr. and Mrs. S. Frame and son f Wilsfalls, Mont.; Mr. and Mrs. W. K. llcv of South liend. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and children Taj lor and children. Ernest Hummer for the first clay, word for each day thereafter and Mr. and Mrs. Grover Taylor and chlldron were guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orra Taylor, Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Toner of Oak Grove, Mr. and Mrs. William Bunch of this place were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cassells near Mt. Pleasant Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Yost of Nut wood, Mr, and Mrs. John Hay and daughters of South Bend were guests of iheir parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Holston, Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. James Williams and daughters, Kthel and Geraldine, spent Friday and Saturday at North Liberty with relatives. Hugh Williams of North Liberty returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hummer and children epent Saturday in South Bend with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hummer. Mr. and Mrs. Bdward of south of South Be id were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Holston, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Whitsell of Oak Grove spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Grover Taylor. Services Sunday at Monson chapel will be as follows: Sunday school at 10 o'clock, Epworth league at C, preaching services at 7. Bev. Claud Young, pastor. Everybody welcome. stony iuicji:. Mr. and Mrs. Hull spent Friday with and Mrs. H. D. Webster. Lewis Mark and family were guests Sunday of Frank Mark. Miss' Minnie Snyder has returned to her home in Plymouth for the holidays. Mrs. Goetzinger and son have re turned from Kalamazoo where they have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dunn. Miss Blanche Kiefer spent the week-end in Buchanan. Mr. and Mrs. Fulkerson were guests Friday of Mrs. Arvilla McCombs of Roselawn. ' Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stuckey and Mrs. Edwin Turnock and daughter visited at the home of Mr. Shrump Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mulligan spent the week-end at tho home of Joseph Mulligan. Miss Clara Fritz of South Bend is spending a lew days with Meta llaiiss man. Mr. and Mrs. Grove Markham and Hazel spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jennings. Charles Fulkerson attended tho re publican love, least at the Oliver Mon day evening. Sir. and Mrs. IEldebrand spent Fri day with Mr. and Mrs. William Mc Combs. The Christmas plays which were given at the Bllery school Wednesday evening were well attended. About 250 wero present Mr. and Mrs. Stanly Cowles of South Bend and Bessie Richardson of Buchanan were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E E. Kiefer Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hunt, Mrs. Clyde Rumsey and daughter were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. An ton Goetzinger. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S.ioke and family spent Friday with Mr. und Mrs. Austin. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Van new. were Christmas guests of the latter's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Shattoo. OLIVE imACII. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Burden of near Walkerton and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Burden of near South Bend spent Christmas with Eee Watkins and family. Lawrence Plummer is suffering with pleurisy. Russell Plummer is suffering from an injury received in a rtinaway Sat urday. William Riddle of South Bend is ill at the home of his sister, Mrs. O. Garrett. J. C. Laekenback of South Bend spent Monday with C. Anderson. Mr. and .Mrs. C. Anderson enter tained at dinner Christmas for 15. Out of town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. C. Christiansen and H. Anderson from South Bend. Mrs. Thomas Watkins is critically ill. Mr. and Mrs. Olave Bunch and children of South Bend are spending a few days this week with Oscar Holen and family. Miss Gladys Watkins spent Christ mas with her parents. Mr. and. Mrs. Glen Vinson of South Bend spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vinson. Fred Dolere of Fort Wayne was called here by the death of his sister, Laura Kirkendoll. Revival services . will begin at the Olive Branch church Sunday evening, Jan. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Bassett of South Bend spent Christmas with Mrs. Thomas Watkins. Miss Anna Anderson was in South Bend Monday. KTXC.SItt'KY. Prof, and Mrs. Staugh Baugh are spending their vacation at Waterford. D. Dvsard is still critically ill. Miss'Bell Kennedy of South Bend is spending her vacation with Mrs. Mag gie Travis. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Henson of South Bend spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. William Roncier. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bluhm spent Christmas at Westville with their children. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Titus entertain ed their son and daughter. Max and Miss Emma Titus, and lady friend from Battle Creek. Mich.. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bluhm, from Rockerfeller. 111., is visiting his par ents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bluhm. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bluhm entertain ed Christmas dinner 4 5 children and gra ndchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ellis spent Sunday and Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs, Lon Lybrook and Monday went to visit T. E. Mann at Misha waka, Mr. and Mrs. Lew White entertain ed at a Christmas dinner. Mis3 Lucinda White is spending her vacation at home. Mrs. Willette White is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Barnes of Tracy spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Arch Harris. Robert and Irene White are report ed recovering from their illness. Dr. and Mrs. Henderson and son Fred spent Sunday at Cassopolis, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sherrick from Valparaiso spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. George Mounce. COALRUSIf. Frank Ungrey has returned to his home in Grand Rapids, Mich., after visiting his brothers, Adam and Charles Ungrey. Miss Ida Williams of River Park is visiting Miss Thrcsa Kline. Miss Grace Phillips of Mishawaka visited Sunday with Mrs. L. Phillips. Floyd Fulmer and Miss Ruth Gates of Tamarack were guests of Miss Lillie Fuller Sunday. Miss Helen Kline entertained 20 young people Sunday afternoon. Among those present was Miss Ida Williams of River Park. Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kline visited relatives at Mishawaka Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson and children have returned to Mishawaka after visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. Cod shall. Eugene Oilman of Chicago, 111., is visiting his mother, Mrs. Isaac Gil man. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holm and Mr. and Mrs. George llohn and son visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weigel of Wood land Sunday. Millard Bore has returned to Mish awaka alter a visit with .Rimes Phillips. . . . Miss Fry of Culver, Ind., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. David Amstutz. YANDAL1A. Mr nml Mrs. Clayton Hi nns re- turned to their home at Battle Creek Saturday after several days at the Frank Lewis home. Bernico Long will spend the week with her father and relatives before returning to Kalamazoo. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kimmiek spent Christmas with their mother, Mrs. Marie Lewis. V. C. White and family were guests at the family dinner at the Denison home. The Embroidery club met Wednes day with Bertha Merrill. Clare Faulkner and family return ed to their home at West Pullman Saturday. Mrs. Frank Dbune and children will remain on the farm during vacation. Mrs. John Doune her brother from is entertaining Nebraska for a short visit. Prof. Earl Welsch of Battle Creek was a visitor Sunday at tho v J. M. Bonine home. Florence Bonine is home from northern part of the stato where the she is teaching school. Mrs. David Long sustained a broken hip hist Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Townsend are spending the week in Detroit with relatives. Elmore Lewis is home from Ann Arbor for a few days. WALNUT (iROVi:. .Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Lydick of Fair view spent Christmas with the for mer's parents, Mr. and Airy. J. W. Lydick. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stroup and family spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mikesell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Wiggins and ! family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kring and family, George Rough and Miss Sadie Rough spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wiggins and fam ily. The Alt Pleasant Indies' Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. Fred Feas- l enhizer Jan. 7. Mrs. FJ. A. Fink and daughter Mar garet of South Bend and Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Lydick spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph II. Lydick. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mittan and son Melvin were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stroup Sunday. Sunday school at Mt. Plensant church next Sunday at 10 o'clock. Preaching at 11 o'clock. It is re quested that all the members of the Sunday school be present as they will reorganize for tho coming year. XILFS. A district meeting of the Knights of Pythias lodges will be held in Niks in the hall of the Calanthe lodg on Tuesday evening. Jan. 5. Grand Chancellor W. H. Muir of Port Hu ron and Past Grand Chancellor C. 11. Vanderwalker of Ypsilanti are among the state otlicers who will be present. Bishop John N. McCormick, D. D., of west Michigan diocese will visit Trinity Episcopal church next Sunday. A class will be confirmed at a special service to be held at 4 o'clock. Miss Ruth Snodgrass of this city and Charles Ilenspeter of Denton Harbor were married at the home of the bride. 70 4 Maple st.. by Rev. W. A. Lyons, pastor of the P.aptist church. The bride was a teacher in the district schools. Mr. Ilenspeter is an electrician. They will reside at "Benton Harbor. Mr. and Mrs. Ililgamani left Thurs day for P.rooklyn, X. Y., where Mr. Hiicamam will bo associated with Mr. Latham in a new plant. Miss Delia and Clara Shatler and Fred F.c-tle of South Rend are visit ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shatler. 114 Superior st. SILVKi: CO IX HAfLS. Regular TSc and $1.00 at 25c and 50c at Coonleys. Ad t. PATKOLJLYX KILLS SELF. DANVILLE. 111.. Jan. 1 John T. Lynn, patrolman on ths Danville po lice force for the past tb.rre years, committed suicide at his home today by shooting. He was formerly a con ductor of the Wabash and the Chi cago and Eastern Illinois railways. FUNERAL IN SALOON. MILWAUKEE, Wis., Jan. ?. Henry Zwingman, former alderman, will have his funeral in a saloon with his body in start in front of the bar behind which he spent most of his life. II. II. THOMAS DIES. NEW YItOK. Jan. 2. Ralph Hill Thomas, who married in 1910 Mrs. Helen Kelly Gould, former wife of Frank J. Gould, died Friday of pneu monia at his home in this city. Ho had been ill only a week. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION. Notice is hereby given, that the under signed has beta appointed by the clerk of the Circuit Court of .St. Joseph County, State of Indiana, administrator of the estate of George Austin, late of St. Joseph County, decoded. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. LEO AUSTISS, Adm. Dee. 51, 1014. Anderson. IVuker, Crabil & ' Cruuipaekcr, Attorneys for Estate. CITY OF SOITII UKM), INDIANA. I?Iartiiient or Public Works. NOTICK Ol HI' VKI.M. AS TO M'lXIAL. 11 CM-: FITS. Xnthe is hereby given that the following street improvement has boon eoinpleted : lirie k pavement on Johnson Street from Michigan Avenue to Vassar Avenue, urnJfT Improvement. lies dution No. oliJ. lu tho City of South Head. Indiana. There is on Ii!e in the office of thus I'.oard, and subject to public inspection, an assessment roll, which contains the names of all proptrty owners who are sub ject to assessment, a description of the property to be assessed, and the amount of each prima fide assessment. This ISoard at its offite in the City IlalU will on the l'Jth day of January, 1D1.", at 7:h" P. M. receive and hoar remonstrances as to the amount of ea-h assessment, and will decide whotl er the assessed lots or tracts of land have been or will be special ly benefitted by said improvement in the amounts named ei :iid roll. IPJAKli OF PIHLIC WOIIKS i:. M. MOKKIS a. n. nici: joiin r. vi:iir.n Veroni'-a C. Swe-uey, Clerk. Fee 'J-S-l-j-'W-SI ; jnu 1-2 OFFICE OF TIN: NEW YORK TEXTUAL HAIL ROAD COMPANY. Albany, N. Y., December 2-', ltl4. Notice is hereby given that a special meeting of the stockholder of Tho New York Central Railroad Company has been called and vdll be held at the prin cipal office of the Company In the Union Depot, in the City of Albany. N. Y.. on Tueday. the -Oil. day of January, Rl."i, at l'J o'clock noon, for the election of Di rectors and Inspectors 'f Election for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of su-h other business as may come before the meet in t;. Bv order of the Board of Directors DWKJ11T W. PARDEE, Secretary. LOST AND FOUND. LOST Elgin, open-faced gold watch: gold chain. Rewird. Return 125 S. Cliapin. Bell bT-J. LOST On N. Miealgan t. or I-ejer park hill, gold Masonic emblem mounted on bl.ck signet. Re'vard. Return to News Times. LOST Saturday, Doc. 2d, at Oliver the ater, rimless no' glasses with gold chain. In Clauer case. Reward if return ed to N. Scott st. Or eill Bell V.Uii). HFL1 WAXTED-3 1 A LF. WANTED Experienced grainei-s. Apply I'aint ioreman, I'remier i'ei i.o.. .Misna- waka. WANTED Man ni farm who has had OA. l'-"l ifiee uiJii.f; i unm;u.i "e1"" .vaures.'S r. -a., imt .rna-Ajur. WANTED Railway mail and postal clerks: examinations soon; over two thousand appointments yearly ; ; prepare at home. Write for Plan No. C3. of payment after appointment- PbiladelpTd Business College, Civil service Dept., Philadelphia, Pa. IIFLP WANTED FF3LLF. WANTED Waitresses. YV Colfax. SITUATION WAXTKD FEMALE. WANTED Pos'tirn is housekeeper by middle-aged lady for widower. Box S-27, News -Times. WANTED Chambermaid, waka hotel Apply Misha- WANTED At om4. iirl fer housework. Mrs. V. S. Ludwig. 3'"J Edgewater drive, Mis-hawaka. J OFFICE HELP. SOLVE THE CHRISTMAS GIFT PROB LEM with a scholarship for son, dauzh ter or yourself In Tjae KELLEV BUSINESS SCHOOL. It will keep growing in value as time goes oa. EXTRA SPECIAL RATES made the next few weeks. Day and night school. New classes forming every Monday till January. Call or write for free catalogue No rates given by phon. Kelley Bi:?inejis Sctool, 1-0 East Wayne St. Bell IMS I Home 'HSi. WANTED Attend the South Cend Busi ness College, term opening. Monday, Janusrv 4. Pal.",. WHETHER YOU HAVE MONEY OR NOT. Many are out of work; therefore, this time is wasted. We have faith In mi early ietum of prosperity, and our ability to place all deserving young people la positions. Come now; pay !on:etlne. as eenvecient. ('all a the Col lege oHlce, The College BulldiDg. corner Michigan and Monroe sts.. for particulars. :eo our aandsomt new quarters. Having larger Quarters, we can aeeoraraodate fifty now students .Till uarv 4. THE SOUTH P. END BUSINESS COLLEGE. Phones: Bll. G-"l; Home. rCol. II Hill (iRADE, thorough gmduatM In demand; eutt-r Jan. 4 to is. Thomas Soh'ol of St:iopruphy and Typewriting, American Trust Mdg. WANTED MISCELLANi:OUS. WANTED-Sond-hand verticil h-dler. 10 t l.Vhr'p ncr. Mut be in good condition. Holiinwoith-Turner Co. BUSINESS PERSONALS. , SCREEN DOORS and wtniow should be i ordered now. We make nil kinds and those that lait and fit. We rewire and repair old screens and sell screen wire Wilier Cabinet and Machine Shop, 813 Portage ar. Home phone 1002. -SALS AD" is more than 15 in 1 to the honsewlfe la washing and cleaning. i'hone Bell 3&i today for IT. Kodaks and supplies. We do fine de veloping and printing at moderate prices. South Bend Camera Co., with J. Burke and . Co., Opticians. 2o0 S. fichlgan st. AFTOMOBILE OWNERS eall at the Col fax (Jarage, 4H W. Colfax, and see them about having a limousine or -oupo tp put on your car. Also overhauling, repairing and storing. WANTED BOARD AND ROOM. WANTED By congenial young lady, place in private home to earn board and room wnile attending South Bond Busi ness college. Call 1U 11 0ol, Home ooCL FOR SALE MISCKI LA X EO VS. . FOIL SALE Team of chestnut geldings. S i and i years old; weight, J.'I O. Top I wugou and harness, iU)s N. Olive st. Home ; phone 77-'G. j Toil SALE Three-chair barber shop j cheap. Old established busiii'-ss. James : llenuessy, Keller lildg., Mishawaka. Colt SALE One fresh cow, one heifer; will be fresh in about four weeks. Call Home phone -l-7Tt. ODDS AND ENDS IN 7ilL h'KW.S TIMES i'KEMIL'M DEPARTMENT WILL UK S-OLD CliEAl TO CLEAN Ul THEY CONSIST OF .MANTEL AND WALL. CLOCKS, VACUUM CLEAN E US, GAS AND ELECT UIC LAMPS, LAM1' SHADES, DICTIONARIES. ATTACH MEN I'S FOli BAIJY CHAIRS. CALL AT CIRCULATION DEPART MENT FOR THESE BARGAINS. FOR SALE l"o:. a snort time only, we will give lU.OO wortn of cuttings with our Sunny bouth coal, $l.o) p?r ton. We alo handle Serantou hard coal, that coal that makes friends. No. ,i Vein Pocahon tas, Jaeksjuhlll Rex, Split, Ducking Val ley, Slab iud body wood. Order now. ii. C. Uarttnau, Old Singer Plant Dell 70. H me I'OIt SALE HOUSES, C.KK1.I'. FOR SALE One light driving s'.ci-h. one surrey, one lisht buuy, two ejrivin herses and burners. Jacob Woilverton, oKi S. Lafjyette. Both phonos. lull SAL it, (jr'.-od draft hois-js. Can be &een m .. olive st. FOli SALi: UOUbbllOLD GOODS. FOR SALT one large heating stove, one six-hole range, oue Chase organ, one kitchen cabinet complete. All in lirst class condition. Iniuire 11 EI S. Main st. FOR RLNT FURN LSIIF.D ROOMS. FOR RENT Furnislied rwins, ini.deni conveniences, home privileges. bieaKlast and 0 o'clock dinner served if dt.-iied. South of the high school. 110 S. Franklin place. FOR RENT Suite of furnished rooms for light housekeeping on first l!Mr. Fur nace heat and plenty of it, hot and cold w ater, telephone, all modern convenience i. Jl.S S. Lafayette. FOR RENT -Modern furnished Lcuie, T rooms, very reasonable to rcsponib'e party. Close p center of ity. Bc;i ;;od. FOR RENT Rooms for housclo-.ping. steam heated; also single, room itn kilcnen privileges if doired. Reterenee. 'JOli S. Fraukiin, corner Wayne. ! FOR RENT Furnished light hoUscLetp- rooms. 4 . i.araette st. FOR RENT Four room.s with water in UI 721 W. ayne Bell phone 7J. ' Jieiit J-10.W. FOR RENT Furnished rooms fur light housekeeping. MoUtrn. U17 S. .St. .)-v. Ti: E Y. M. C. A- I the place to get trirtly modern rooms at reasjuani rattfe. Sboer4 cd eJi Coor. Price fl.'io to H'SMJ. 1 OK REXlw-rL.TS. FOR RENT Flat at 111 S. Chestnut niudtm except neat; 4 rooms and baui. J. T. Creed, 100 Dean Bldg. HOUSES FOR RENT. FOR KENT ..oderu house Lear Miehi-au av.. walking .listan-e, fls. (.. Fnr:;a'.- I keeps house warm on littie fuel. Bell phone --M7. FOR RENT Strictly modern h-.u-. .t Liu'Tla way E. Enquire n'JI Lln-ia way E. FOR RENT Modern s rm farnii..d house. Plan is to rnt property to i..;n ily of two for my board. O. H. Stoer, E. JefTors-on. Hastings i;i:aetv to.. Hastings Building, Jl N. Miehigan. Open Eviiii:s. Plioi.es : FOR RENT. Bell 211 Home rooms, rooms, room, rooms, rooms, E. CaHvrt st Kenwood av . o ln.j I p; i- ! River Park 1 i i lpfiri i Diamond av FOR SALE. Nf-'A' vpn-r:ii house in River I smull payment down, balaa'X ments. 'ark. pay- FOR RENT Very desirable h .u.y oa Miehigan st. ; another on Lincoln high way; bungalnv in southeast part of tL-. city; also -ha;v'r house. WHITCOMB .V KELLER, Jefferson Blvd. FOR RENT Dwell! eg .1.. 11 - V ..V. of S rooms, la- Furnace heat. Modern in every way. Chaplu uark. Owner. J. V. Creed, BUSINESS MUM -RAN M ER a.,o OKAt,. JLKK y MooRi;i;ei.cr.il 'I'-aiisftfr acf Storage, 17 W. Jtli bivd. Home phou ItEI'AIRlNU. UMBRELLAS, locks. b:,t y cuT.s. I). AriU SlU,1J.'. E Colfax. LUt KMI1 IIS. D. ARMSTRONG, E. Colfax. KlliliMi M.v.Ml'5. .VN1 Mli.MlLi. O. ARMSTRONG. UJ E. Coifax. hi:aiin; kliwiks. H. L yo?i trouble with jour furna-e? Call on experts ;i:ul .-..i,; laoM-y. iit.il phoi,e River Park oil. C LA IUUV.M, DR. CRAVEN. n See Lila -it his ewa home in Osceola. Ind, where ht will Sive tcayliun daily and cure the lck witiKiut medicine. At Lome at all hours. Celebrated readings. I. Ai iuterurbza car itoo In f nt c- ljs j0 r. The poor Jyu hae alw.i. uith you. You will Lot ;uways have Dr. Cravens with you. Hour 10 a. m. to p. m. other houis by mj pciiitinrnt. ii j, holt- Uo. Heals flf it without meuHine. MOTORCYCLE-?. FRANK .iNPLUmiN .V SON, agem f. r Excelsior Motorcycles. New und second hand mttoriycle always la s'.otk. luo W . Sample st. I'INA?ulAIi illlU!!! :sms mm money un to IS WIS! t 5? ftt 2 prr cent pr montb tsl $r SJ rharpi on HOUSEHOLD i;ooim sf St PIANOS. LIVE STOCK. FARM IM. J $ ELEMENTS, AUTOMOBILES. cte 51 fj Time made to uit borrower. Cull I 5f write, or piiou Bell 1HU. liuje s h en i t ft STATE LOAN COMPANY, Inc.. US Room 3, Merchants Hank Bbl.. US ttttt South M'.chlftn Street. XSJjf Souin Betid. 1-iiiaao. Jijjsj $mm sun j j f : i j : j x s i j s i : ssmms Jii!Ri iiii:m$msmsimmmm lu illl LlL U II..V.:.? l;'ie'...: a Fundi uvc, rt". l'i.ii.-. Live U J IJ. I .i . . r. p.: I Sto'-k a:i " Li3 IJ A LJ SliiTKITV LOAN OiMPANY. Cor. M.da acd W;i:.;i;;t":i . FOR Rl.NF liOLSl. FOR RENT Nil.' ill lr"i-e ;t ."'." N. La : a elt si.. I, ear o .lie! !' '.'7 r ni-'iit !i. K f,,r. : -s r'-inii' -1. Home pa. .e r,s;. N. .Main st. Ai-a:, Co-jinlat l, l.l FtR KENT II- o.- T !:. l- a ;.d b ; -., :.0i" 'i.-hing t. Inline ;.". V. E:-al,c. IIo:..e v ;''..". FOR RENT Ho;; , f . .. n ; istui i av. Jii-jiiLc S. C" i r; 1 i FoR RENT - Fi c-i .:;! ). i-,-. ipi? o.;.. ity uii-l i-t'-:".i v. r. g i-, tuib. t. M-'. In -in ire lul-'j W. Wa',i. -.t",i. FOR RENT New -u-r "..i hj.iJ-e. 14: i St., near spr;ug--M;h.tv. -j. Jilfil ; rouiii Ij jU.-' . -11 V. Mv.i. - st--- -i-a B-nd. ;---tg'' D. Bcr.-t... Iw'i-l'o N. Ma. a s:. '1 eh-ph- FOR SALE New T-r "i i l .i . puiilf i;:-"I-r:i. i.cui Sing'-r i.i -t ry. W'il. lake .i ..'.it I a L: .-'- i.-t -'it. I' ll. ::': Fke lout. A! .i -i "!: hUit la ? -Miix end t' vll ' n .sa.:. t : F. M. ) A( K. N, Title B..Edi..g. Main t'r.it-.- Sts. Bell Phone V-'j-:', Home P.o!.e J OR REM I 'ACT OUV.' liUILDINCi. FOR RENT i' AC i'OR V BUILDING, thr. e jlrivs .n. d h:em-:it, 311-lPi W. Dll st. ANo 1 U-.-r t;il!) ft., comer Wayne and Carroll. J. B. Wehe- FOR REN P- Aft'-: Mi.-.-h 1st. t..r r .-ia n-atra v J-jeatc! IL-j:um VI.:. .nr. i. Call at llo S. Hill M. I OR KENT Ol i ICE IIOOMS, FOR RENT Uth e room, eiti.er aine or enuito; building Is t-:itrai:y io'atel; elevator fcvrvi.e and other ia-dera eou veniences. Are your cfn--- properly ie; t up".' Janitor u rn v im lu !ei la re:. til; otfi'e and everything Is k-pt in Hrkl class ond:tiun. Appiy Dr. E. R. Dean, Dea Bldg. 1 ARM LAND. FOR SALE r" f ir.:', c -'d hj-e and barn, i.iv--,- or :-"-it-d H l- land. Mi'h. Will . pt -:t pro;, r:y. (itL.T f.nr:os i.oar Mh..nvi'u A-i h'-i Y'v'AX Ik-'iT'otf, Om !;;, R. R. Ibll ph.-.::. DJ-th:.'' ri::g". i:el estate. ACRE LOT l!St'(ir.M SALE We pav ag-ut 1" p-r : t c.-:..i...Sm. :i for M-lilat: :r : 1 -f Pert. av"..ae .i r !;:.. Now I ; r i : : Jut: n ;.rv w- !,-iv i. g-r;: :.rd 1 I i -;..'. d to -ive ..-i !':: : if' as l-s ow a r:t a :. .u.t of p p.-r at i any lot he may r.. I. ;:: ptr'.-i of th city at t!.. amo : r:a. ,---t dwa und .j""a !:: :. th. V. M. JACKsoN. -Tit'.. P. Id C";. M i i m . .. I :.:-r St 5. l'.-Ii ph 4.-".-'; II : - ph -".. FOR SALE on W.i::i :t t . a o-rir I t with two h. -::' anl ::;.i!l "tor ri"" for ."..T(i :.-.'.;t ! - ! vx-.. W. K. M. diet: ry. 1 S. M da st. ll.so j.'av.:. FOR SALE -nly .' .:' .e. a la rg ina ru-r a- r. bu-.h'.i.ng h'. on t!.- Nili-s i tr lit:. at the State LI-,, stt t. A' r;!" pri t .V. j r 1 t. If Inb-iutcd, eall F.cll 1771, llo.c t'vi iCT02