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l t? ""J 4 i i I i C 3 tt4 LO GALS LOSE GAME TO ELKHART FIVE Close Contest is Dropped to Opponents By Eleven Points. Studley Makes Debut as Center. The basket ball jram" between Hlk hart an! MShawaka high school, at Klkhart. ;:ded in a victory for Klkhart. Th contest, was a thriller from Mart in br,i-h. Only a few points f-eparated tho- two t amy at any one time. The bnal bad r. f the winners vas the greatest of any in the game. The team work ot Mi.-hawaka far sur passed that of L. ' hart but the pe culiar construction of the baskets and the form of the ib.or contributed to ward the victory. The guarding of Itranstrator and liusert was Fuperb. Seifcrt and Jiurn tt at forward played line ball. Ftudley did well at his first game at center. !Um playing thi po Mtion displaced Durnett but th big fellow Is making a strong bid fr a forward job. Lovell 'cmcii unable to ret started and for that reason was replaced by Lumen. For Klkhart. yer played a good same at center M hiie bchuler was deadly w ith the ball when near the basket. Summary: Miliavaka (23) L'lkliart (:il f-'cifert Star Right Forv.ard. Iovtll. Durnett Schulcr Left Forward. Studley Dover Center. Hubert (Capt.) Probst Light Forward. Dranstrator t'ockran. Heck Left Forward. Field goals Seifert. C; Hurnett. 3; Studley, 2; Novell; I'.us.-erf. Sehuler, r; Herger, f,; Star. ?. Foul goal Seifert. 2; Schuler. 5. Referee Hum ham South Lend. S I T. ST A INS IOSS OP ARM. "William Schultz of Margaret and Jefferson sts. sustained the loss of an arm at the plant of the Beatty I'elting Co. Friday afternoon when the mem ber became caught in a picking ma chine. The Injured man was rushed to t. Joseph's hospital where the in jured arm was amputated above the elbow. Call meeting to make arrangements for funeral of Michael Shea, tonight at 7 o'clock. Mishawaka lodge, 130, F. V- A. M. I H. HITBKR. W. M. Advt. 1IA1UIV SlDi:US, Secv. MICHAEL C. SHEA DIES OF BRIGHT'S DISEASE Michael C. Shea, 21 H Studebaker St., died Friday afternoon from Brlght's disease from which lie had suffered for the past two or three years. He was born Aug. 25, 15G, in Boston. -Mass., and had lived in tho city for the past 14 years, having come from Klkhart. ile was an engineer Uy oc cupation. He. leaves a widow, five sons, four brothers and live sisters. They are as follows: Sons, P. M., T. C. C. ., M. O.. and W. R.. all of Mishawaka; brothers, Timothy, Jerry and Thomas, all of Ashtabula. O.; sis ters. Katherine Shea. Toledo; Mrs. William Stubbs. Mishawaka; Mrs. J. McCollough, Ashtabula; Mrs, Bessie Iyons, Ashtabula; Mrs. Julia Clark, Ashtabula. His wife's maiden name, to whom ho was married 30 years, was Emma Tli o mas. lie was a prominent mem ber of tho Masonic order. Funeral arrangementa will be announced later. STEPHEN PROBASCO IS DEAD OF COMPLICATIONS Stephen Probaco. in 26 W. Grove died Friday evening from a com plication of diseases. He vvas a re tired farmer and had lived hero for three years, having come from Lafay ette, 2nd. He was born in Tippeca noe county, July 2", 1 S 5 4. He is sur vived by two sisters. Mrs. J. Ambler. Kansas, and Mrs. Andrew Neill, Lafay ette, Ind. The body will bo sent to Oxford, Ind., for burial. Sunday morn ing. A short service will bo conducted r.t tho residence at 7:30 Saturday evening, I lev. Dr. Kdwaxds olliclating Dr. B. M. Hutchinson, eye, ear, nose, throut, glasses. Kweldrum Bldg. Advt, to nmvcii in wooniiAND. Rev. Otto Turk of St. Pi ter's Ger man Lutheran church will preach at the. Wcodlaad Lutheran church Sun day afternoon. FT. WAYNE. Thomas Conrad. 41 years old. i on the verge of death as the result of bcin- shot through the shoulder and chest by a highwayman whom he resisted. JACKSON". Mich. Twenty work men had a narrow escape when 20 !et of the concrete ro if of the r.ew Austin Blair school collapsed after the mij ports were removed. MISHAWAKA CLASSIFIED. SACRIFICE SALE 10 lot. with sidewalk, 13 blovks from the post o:;ce. alucd at $.100 each; will la sold for JI.'.O e.u-h. $25 down. $25 a month without interest. James Hen nessy lawyer, 11". West Second st., Miahawaka. -1 WANTEO Girl for housework. .Call after 1 p. m. One ring 4 3C Home phone. LOOK For thi emblem on our window ?. I IKT T!UT Jt SWIMiS CO ! didirv and under the :.r an Mlisr NAIIONW. HANK. M.-f!...-.- bid!.;-... i U U LJJ C3 CJ3 Sl2 MISHAWAKA CHURCHES First ITrhyfprlan, eomer of Lincoln wsy and Union st. Rt. a. C. Ormocrt, p.ntor. KsidOT 112 Union at. M.yrnlpg tervlre r.t 11 :0O o'lVk and evening ner xce at 7:30. Spet-i.il mulv at both rvicci. Bible school ii.ee ts at J :HO a. m., II. J. htekee, ;ip-?riatendent. (iraded lemtoni bdu the adulk clays. C. E. meets nt (:1 p. m. Mllwofk prayer service Thurs day evening at 7 :'!0. SuhJ--t fur tliu luorrdei? service rlll be "The Condition off .rvep,4ble Trayer," for t!i r-unz. tte Futijf-t will be 'Thf Nnzrirvi.e." "Kavoriv Fh.nrarterM of tke I'.rU-' will b th TitJet fT th (hrl t!an Knd-.iTr. for th rnldwvk prayer u jr." I lrt Christian ( tiurdt, )riipr ef Spring Jitid L!:i-..lri vay W. Iv. F:. K. Van A iri'fc. jKimu,r. Miming H-rvi at 10:4.".. .In;.!..- 'Jirl-tian Krid'-avor at ?, o'clock. S-riJr Kn-butvor nt . :l Kr-nlnfir rerrlccs at 7 n'i'ik. Surt'lay 'hxl at !:.'. "vs Jilt. Alniulr a r th Harvest" will th t;.l ni tti jnrn1nij '-rri ';. F'r th M'h f ronwndoTi." Thl will the ln?t of tin S'ir.dav venli;ir nrum? bv tho pasrr.r. Tli. r4-rurHl workers win LiUl m nn-.Hn- in th- .-imrfh .iu(llt:bim nt L'rSJ rim! IU(tit. V,'. Joseph and Main sM. Her. A. II Whitney, pastor, rarwonajre, los W. .To-epb t. Sunday school. 0:4.'.. Aleck Wlcklzer, superintendent. Ilrotfcer-h'r-l olble ejan taught by paster. Hum n f.r nil age at 11 p. m. r.rwnluij services. :'. Ik V. T. F. nt 6:1.. Midweek pray er service. Thunxlay. 7:.?0 o. ru. Nuf)Je..t for i)' in ,mlng nlll be "The Je-ojs Road." For tho evening. "The Vc-Ii-e f the I'r-." 'THVorlte i'hnrM-teps tf the bible" -will be Ue lopk- of the V. r. V. meeting. KnjflUh Iaithfrnn Church, corner of Sev enth and Main Ms. i.v. F:. II. lingers, pastor. Suntlay Kh-o.l t:3A. MorniriK .ervh-es 10:4.". Bvi'idng sei-vlc 7:(. Junior Luther nwetlng .:.') p. m. Tli tcpic f-r the sermon for the tnom biT will b. oil Ilonans V2:l7-f2l. Vrr r.he evening service, Hie subject will be "The Kir-;t iVtition of the lord's rr.iver." Free MethodM C'hnrch, oorner of Grove arid 'hetntit ;f. Hevi-jl inetlng art increasing in intent. Sveml .eekerM hae found help in the Lord. Sundnv school at '.):, u. m.. Matrcie MllleT. super"- nV t nriries KlBTiey, hvolvr. Youug me j-ervi rhv Suudav ut 7 :f) p. m ; Immanud Baptist Tabernacle, eorner of i.rove and Ann sts. Sunday school, ft : l'. I." i MUr!'.,t,"V(,r,nt Ir(-?CJ,nff ! . it a. iu, uj . r. column. . l. 1. U., .r:io. Kvenlng services 7:00. 8t. IVter'a Gernuui Lnthera:i Kvangrlicnl church vorcer of Church and Fourth sts. ; Itev. into Turk, pastor. German service n 10:0J a. m. Bngllsh Sunday school at i:i:. St. Paul'n Episcopat. corner Cedar ana Lincoln wny E. Rev. L. C. Rogers, rec tor. Holy Eucharist, 7:30. Sunday school, 10. Holy Eucharist and sermon, 11. Ves pers and sermon at 7:S0. First Methodist Episcopal Memorial, cor ner Church and Third sts. Rev. Loreu M. Edwards. rutor; residence 210 Lincoln way west. Morning worship, 11. Rlbl rlass, 0:4.". Kp worth league, 5:45 p. m. Evening service, 7:30. First Church of the Etaufelleal AMocla tion. Elizabeth and (irove t. Rev. I). I) tt. hundav rhool. 9:4.V Junior Y P. A I Gp in. V. P. A., 6:30 p. ra. vice, 7:30. Evening ser- Nt. AndrfW Ofrmin KTitngrMcaJ. Main and Third sta. Hev. M. Gcffeney, pastor, i'reachiug services nt 2:00 p. m. East Mtshatvak Sunday School at 9:30 . m. In the (Jernhart cottage. Everybody Is cordially Invited to come and make the school a suevetw. Good muilc. Assembly of God, 103 Lincoln way west, necond floor. Mornings, 10; evenings, 7. Tuesdays and Thursday. 7:30. International lllhle Student' AMocJation, Maceabee hall, over First National bank. Main and Lincoln way west. Lecture Sun day at 3 p. iu. Bible study at 4. Ail wel- Salvation Array, Ennlgn Hart. Meeting In new iiunrterw. in old Methodist church liement at 10:3a. Suiolay Hchool t i':.'U Juuiwr meeting at 2:3U. Christian praise servUu 3 bhlloh yiiAlon. 207 E. Joseph at. Sun day chool, 2:3L Preaching, 3:30 a.nd 7:3a t'eari luiUy, leader. St. Bath's Catholic, We?t and Seventh Hi. Hex. A. Schoekaert. rector. Firit in;ts. 7:.0. High nu, 10:00. Ibiptlsra, 1 p. m. lnUuvulons, 2 p. a. Vespers and henedli tlen. 3 p. m. fct. Ju4ph' CaUioltc, corner Mill and Third sts. IteT. iMMn L. A. Mocnch, rector. Itev. Charles Scuval, aslstaut. Hesldence, I'i S. 31111 st. Low ma. 7 Chlldr'u'a inos, 'JiUO. libra uia?s, 10:3), with bene- dk-tlo'l. VISITING UEIjATIVKS. Mrs. Flo Fletcher of Toledo, O., is in tho city visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. YV. Sanders, E. Fourth st. Mrs. Fletcher is a former resi dent of Mishawaka and has "many friends here. FIRST WEEKS OF ASSEMBLY FULFIL GOOD PROMISES CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE. isdature. Bryan in thoroughly in favor of state-wide primaries and leaders expect him to advocate thn passage, of such a law in Indiana ar dently. This will be done for the sake of his friend Kern, as well as to ex pound his own beliefs, it is paid. Scutinwnt Against BUI. At the same time, although the democratic- platform of 1914 pledged the party to enact a state-wide prim ary law. it is very doubtful if it be comes a law through action of this body. There is today a much strorg er sentiment asrainst it. in both houses, than anyone seems to know. The governor dodged the issue abruptly in his message to this legislature. It is known he favors retaining the ptate convention plan beyond perad venture. It is also now declared he is hack ing Thomas Duncan, chairman of tho pubbc service commission, as his can didate for governor in 1916. If this proes true it creates a peculiar situ ation. It means that Balston U off the band wagon that was slowly start ed rome time ago in certain party circles for William H. O'Brien. This l and wason traveled quite a ways for a time, then slowed down and recent ly, it has been declared, O'Brien's name would not go before the conven tion if much opposition developed. The news that Balston is backing Duncan seems to indicate that O'Brien is out of the way. Duncan's chances, meanwhile, political leaders here be lieve, would be very small In a stnte hb' primary, but might possibly bo belter in a cornention with the gov ernor a 'his back. Dr.uuA i; an old friend of the governor Telephone Your Items to me news-1 imw r Bell 10; Home 118. MURDER AT HOLIHE Word Received Here That Mrs. Joseph Van Nevele of This City Vas Shot and Killed by Her Husband Thursday. According to word received in Mish awaka Saturday morning Joseph Van Nfvcdo of Thirteenth Ft. this city, is being held by the Moline, 111., policu department on charKes corstltuting murder, in the shooting and killing of his wife in that city Thursday. Ac cording to one of the Flemish papers of Moline Mrs. Van Nevele eloped to th u city with August Van Der llagtn. alo of Mishawaka. the early pArt of tne wek. taking with them Mrs. Van Nevel's oldest daughter. When the, j husband learned the whereabouts of the couple ho went to Moline and calU'd at the home where they were staying. After talkine with his wife) for a few minutes it was claimed that she refused to return to their home in this city. It is said tat Van Nevelo then pulled a revolver from his pocket and fired several bullet.s into the body of his wife. She died later at one of tiio Moline hospitals. It is claimed According to word received here, that Van Nevele gave himself up to thd police following the shooting. 4 xl mfa NEWS OF INTEREST TO POLISH CITIZENS WHJj INSTALL OFFICKHS. Tho St. Hedwige's society of the Roman Catholic union of America, which was recently organized in St. Stanislaus parish by F. Gorka and Ij. day evening at St. Stanislaus hall. The meeting will be opened at 7:30 o'clock with an address by Itev. Jtdin Kubacki. It is thought that all the members of the congregation w ill wit ness the ceremony of installation of officers. Mrs. Osuch of Chicagt. tho district deputy, will act as the m- eUliling oitlcer. ..i,. The members of st. "Rronislav.a' society of St. Hedwige's parish, arol urged to attend the meeting in a bocy. Following tho session a luncheon will be served. I1AZA1C. A bazar will be given by the various female societies of St. Adelbert's church Monday evening at the parish hall. Thero will be several booths including fancy work, pictures, bed ding, home.-mado pastry and a nsh pond. Each booth will be attractively decorated in keeping with the season. The committee is sending an appeal to me uiuar iiuu siiov. n mve unci vl h it by liberal contribution, which will bo used toward the church funds. SOCIAL K VENTS. Tho St. Caslmlr society of St. Hed wige's parish will hold Its meeting Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the I school building. Tho meeting of the Sa-cre.d Heart of Josus society of St. Casimir's parish will be held Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at Warsaw hall. A meeting of tho Falcons King W. Jagiello society will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at St. Stanis- flaus school building. The St. Hedwige society will hold its meeting Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Tho exercises of the senior and j junior class of Falcons Z. Balicki No. 1 will bo held Monday evening at Z. B. hall. Tuesday ovening the junior and senior class of Falcons M. Itonian owskl will hold its exercises. Singing rehearsal of St. Hedwige's choir will be held Tuesday eVening at St. Hedwitre school building. The military band of Z. B. Falcons will hold Itx rehearsal Tuesday eve ning at Z. B. hall. PERSONAL. Mies Marie Jarzemba ot Chicago ar rived hero from Chicago to spend sev eral days with relatives and friends. Sho is the guest of Mrs. Antoincttu Kwasniewska. 712 W. Perkins st. Anthony Orazewski and family havo moved hero from New Carlisle and have taken a residence on W. Poland Et. August Zmuda. W. Dunham st., has gone to Chicago for a two weeks' visit with relatives and friends. L. W. Wegienska. 112 4 W. Division st., has won two silver cups and 15 minor prizes at the poultry show held in this citv, for his beautiful chickens named "Buff Cochin." Ignatius Werwinski. 40." S. Chapin St., has returned from Chicago, where he has been on business. Mrs. Praxed Ilasecka. ."lf S. Pine st.. was taken to St. Joseph hospital Friday afternoon, seriously ill. Frank Wiatr.-.ynski left Friday for Detroit, after .i brief visit here. Joseph Jaworski. W. Dunn st., em ploye of the Studebaker Mfg. Co., seriously cut his hand Thursday af ternoon while at work. George Klynczewskl. who has been here on business for a few days, has returned to Cleveland. Miss Clara Gornlk ha.s returned to Chicago after a visit with relatlxes and friends here. . Mrs. Mary Krol and Mrs. Bernico Raciynska will leave Sunday for their homes In Chicago after a few days' visit with relatives. They were the guests of their mother. -Mrs. Mary Kalamajska. 1022 W. Thomas st. Edward Wallnski of Elkhart has been here on business. FINCH & SPR AGUE Undertakers Ambulance Service Mlshavraltn. 202 N. Main Street lloth Phone 100. M SH AWAKA HELD FOR Late Hews from Surrounding Towns PLV.MOUTir. A burglar broke into Henry Frcy man'M place Tuesday niht. robed the drawer of $: and took two bottles ot I whisk v. Nearly every scat in the Orpheum theater was tilled Tuesday evening when "She Stoops to Conquer" was given by the hish school. The fur.d from the play, amounting to $70. will be divide between the athletic asso ciation and the high school. Mrs. K. J. Timmons left Wednesday for a few days' visit in Frankfort with Mrs. George Hutchinson, who is ill. Miss Mildred Drake is spending the week in Itourbon. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Coons have re turned to their home in Michigan, aft er attending the funeral of Mrs. Coon's uncle, YV. M. Wagner. Mrs. Cecil Alexander left today for her home in t)aytn, O. She has veen visiting with her parents, Dr. and Mre. Burketr. Mrs. William Murphy and daughter went to South Bend where she will vi?it her mother, Mrs. K. It. Gayman. Mrs. Ir. Moreau is here from Me daryville .visiting her mother, Irs. Sarah Iangdtn. A surprise shower was given at the home of John Richard b.v the Young Ladies' sodality Wednesday evening. Miss Smith received a set of silver ware. Miss Smith will be married next Tuesday to Francis Hovin, and the youner couple will reside on a farm Jive miles southwest of the city. A heart social will be given by the Presbyterian ladies nt the home of Mrs. C. D. Snoeberger Friday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Wahl of Manitou, Colo., are here spending a few days with rel atives. They have resided in the west seven years. Mr. Wahl is the brother of Mr. Burkett and Mrs. Deeds. Mrs. W. F. Peterson lias gone to Fort Wayne to care for her mother, who is very ill. Mrs. Frank Martindnlo entertained the Indies Aid society of the Luther an church at her home Thursday aft ernoon. George Segar is reported as foH ously ill at his home in the west part of the city. Miss Lyla Ovormyer has gone to Chicago where she will study piano under Prof. Kurtz, one of the noted instructors of the country. Mrs. Floyd Bunnell went to South Rend Thursday morning to visit her sister, Mrs. Derf. Miss Lcsta Snell died at her home in Argos at 2 clock Wednesday after noon, Jan. 20. The funeral "will be held Friday afti moon in Argos. She la a sister of Kugar Snell of Bourbon. Carl Reynolds and Jesse Shatford are in South Bend at the poultry show. Adam Wise left Thursday 'morning for Indlanaplls, where he attended a banquet at the Claypool in honor of William II. Taft. NILKS. Miss Clara Hurd, 74 years old, a na tive of Niles, died yestcrda at Lursy, Va., where site ha.s resided for a num ber of years with relatives. She was a daughter of pioneer residents of this city and had, since .oing south, re turned to Niles for frequent visits. The remains will be brought to Niles Friday afternoon and will be taken di rectly to Silver Brook cemetery for in terment, llev. George Huntington of Trinity church will conduct the fun eral services. Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Atkinson enter tained the F. and E. club at a o'clock dinner this evening, followed by a whist party. Miss Irma Richter left today for Columbus, O., to attend the funeral of an aunt. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. French enter tained the Candle Light Whist club at dinner this evening. C. W. Barber of Niagara Falls, N. Y., is a guest of his cousin. W. N. Burns. Mrs. Thomas I. Winlack has return ed home from Los Angeles. Calif., where she visited her son and was ac companied home by her grandson. Miss Christina Turner, who has been visiting in Chicago, has also returned home. Miss Agnes Auer of South Bend is a guest of Mrs. Clement Pagle. LAKE VILLI.'. Sever.il from here attended the farmers' institute at North Liberty Wednesday. Charles Francis waj- here on busi ness Wednesday. George Klinglcsmith of Ft. Wayne is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lonzo. William osborn was in Chicago on business several days this week. Ira Sarber visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hose sarber, Wednesday. Monroe Steiner of Plymouth was here on business Thursday. Leo Rupert, who is ill with scarlet fever, is improving. Mr. and Mrs. John Moore of South Rend are visiting relatives here. The Imon club from Bremen spent all day Thursday with Mrs. Henry Breneline. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Fisher. Thursday, Jan. 21. NEW CARLISLE. Mrs. George W. Doughty very de lightfully entertained the ladies of the Home Charity circle Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wagner of South Bend were guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Mann. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wykoff are parents of a baby boy. born Tuesday, Jan. 1. Among those from away who were here to attend the funeral of C. Rabun, which was held Wednesday morning at the M. E. church were: Mr. and Mrs. Will Rabun. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rabun. Mr. and Mrs. George Vincent, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dolan. Mrs. Anna Geaslen and daugh ter, and Mr. and Mrs. Al Kull. all of Chicago. Mrs. Essie Taylor of Klkhart is a puest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Crouch. Mr. and Mrs. Millhouse of Michigan City were here Wednesday to visit the latter's sister. Mrs. W. W. Mell. Mr. and Mrs. Himmelright will leave soon for Oklahoma to reside. Mrs. Ed Mayes of New Buffalo, and HEALTH AS AN ASSET You should count health as a val uable asset. It means more strength and vigor; also perfect digestion and assimilation. You can help Nature attain this con dition by the use of HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters Mrs. Stella Mayer of Hesston, were guests Thursday of Mrs. D. Stowe The local hive of L, O. T. M. will install or'icers for the next Tuesday evening, installation there will and a social time. cnsiiini; year To I low in? the be a banquet Mr. and Mrs. Renney of Sumns. Wash., are guests of the latter'? sis ter. Mrr. W. W. Mell. and family. The N. C. JL S. basket bill team and the association team went to Three Oaks Wednesday night where they plajed the Three Oaks team, New Carlisle winning. Mrs. Anna Rurch was hostess at a social meeting of the Ladies' Aid so ciety of tho Christian church. Wed nesday afternoon. Miss Ada Meyer spent the pat week with her sister, Mrs. Oliver Canada)', of South Rend. W. A. Coleman has completed fill ing his ice houses at Hudson lake. The, ice is of excelent quality and is 12 inches thick. ROLLING PILAIIUi:. Rev. J. L. Imhof of Rutler. Ind., filled the pulpit of the Christian church Sunday morning and evening. George Hay of the Goshen Lumber Co.. was in town on business Monday. Sherman Scott spent Monday in South Rend. Mrs. Howard Fishburn of Valpar aiso vislte-d her parents, Mr. and Mrs. YV. L. Stincheomb, last week. Itev. George Ward will bein a se ries of meetings at the Methodist church Wednesday evening. every body is invited. AMERICANS FLEE PIore Than a Thousand Ameri cans, Including Many Wom en, Ask State Department to Come to Their Rescue. WASHINGTON, Jan. 23. More than 1.000 Americans. including many women, have appealed to tho state department to bo taken out of the city of Tampico, where there is danger to them from riot, famine and the shells of the attacking and defend ing forces. The condition in Tampico was offi cially brought to the notice of Sec retary' Bryan Friday afternoon in a telegram from Consul Bevan at that place. Mr. Bevan advised that if possible tho Americans be taken away in response to the:r clamor which hex thinks is largely justified by circumstances. Some of the communicators at tho state department indicate that there is danger of the Americans ia distress in Tampico, starting a riot. Secretary' of State Bryan in answer to the appeal from Mr. Bevan tele graphed mm to send all the inlorma tiou available as to the number of prospective refugees and what were tho immediate means of transporta tion. Many of the Americans have been working in oil estaohsnmcnts which have been shut down and it is suggested that the tank steamers of these companies might be available lor their relief. The reports to tne department show that most of the American women from Tux pan, and tho district in the interior took refuge in Tampico on the advice of the state department. It is understood that there -tre about 100 of these women in addition to the American women who live in Tampico and its suburbs. Reports on the military situation affecting Gutierrez, Villa, Obregtn, and Carranza are very definito Fri day. Will Attack Tampico. General Felipe Angeles with 8,000 men, is moving on Tampico from Mc n tcrey to attack on behalf of Villa, General Villa is at or near Chihuahua. Gen. Gutierrez with about 3,00o of his original 5,000 men is moving northeast from Pachua. It is under stood that he will trv ultimately to get into Tampico to ajssist the Carranza forces. Carranza has ordered the gunboats Zaragoszo and Bravo up to the harbor of Tampico and it is expected that when Gen. Angeles makes his attack in force on the town the garrison will be aided by the shells of these two gun boats. Military men think it probable that Gen. Villa will gain this import ant commercial seaport. For tho present Gen. Villa is directing the mil itary operations from Chihuahua. In the northeast troops of Gen. Villa defeated the Carranzista troops under Gen. Vasquez at or near Reata and forced them back to Monclave. Dispatches from Vera Cruz to the department say that the Zaptistaa have attacked the troops of Carranza at Puebla and that the latter were loading their trains with artillery and equipment as if in retreat. Distress Is Alarming. Dispatches from Consul Silllman at Mexico City say that the distress in that city is becoming alarming be cause of the scarcity of food. The supply of petroleum and gasoline ia almost exhausted. Gen. Kouquo Gar za, the head of the new government hu.s is.-j.ued orders against disorder and depredations "under pain of death." The Carraistas agency here has dis patches which confirm those of Con sul Silliman of conditions at the na tional capital. Gen. Obregon will first take Que relaro so as to control th3 railways from the north into Mexico City. Gen. Carranza at Vera Cruz has taken charge of the strike of its em ployes against the tramway company of the city. He threatens to seize the tramway and operate It as a govern ment institution unless the company agrees to employ union men exclu sively. Fedcrlco Garza, brother of the pro visional president at Mexico City, ia on the way to Washington as the con fidential agent of the Ganja govern ment. HAIR COMING OUT? Dandruff cnun a fcverUh irritation of tho Kcalp, thn hair root shrink, loosen and then th hidr come ut fast. To atop falling hair el once und rid the ?calp of every jartlcle of dandruff, get a 2 3-cent bot'-lo of Dan derln at any drug More, pour a little In your hand and rub it into the scalp. After a few application the hair stop coming out and you cua'L Ziul daudruri. JLJvl. VILLA'S ARMY !S MEAHIH6 TJIMPICO; c atari H . tormanij uear.s O n J ) causma aeadacme, diffTculx Veallwici 1 n ruaii tne nose. E 4ecL nes smar and infTamecl. T . Id eciaea t PERUNA- rm pieasea 1 six we elks ii has driven me cat arm out of my susiera and I rtave nor been troub led smc. TERRH COl'I -EE. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Frame of South Bend spent Friday and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. James Thiston. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Burden is much improved in health. J. W. Cauffman and family called at the Zigler home Thursday evening, ing. Mrs. Victor Bates was the guest of her sister, Mrs. John Holloway, of South Bend, Wednesday. D. J. Smith and Miss Ethel Bates of Portage Prairie took d'nner at the home of Joseph Burden Wednesday. Revival meetings are being held at Olive chapel. James DeRoy and J. W. Cauffman made a trip to Buchanan Saturday. TOO LATK FOR CI,.KSiriCATION FOR SALF R.df price. fine qnnrter sawed oik. e.irly Fn-lNh bed d.iven- p rt. bokse. two cluiir. snudl library flible b mateli, bed springs. l.: Mb hi g.ui ;iv. iaiHDS -LSI: TltlFMPII PILLS; safe and always dci-nd.ible: 'relief and particulars free. Write the Nafl Medi cal Institute, Milwaukee. Wis. NOTICE OF SALE OF A t'TOMOHI LE TO SATISFY I.I EX. On Tuesday, Feb. .. lM."., at one thirty o'elock p. in. the undersigned. Ji'hn . Hemiett. will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, at the sliop Im mediately In the rear ot the premises known as No. M'J Vl:t Ibovmin Street, in the (Mty of South IVnd. St. .loscph County. Ind.m i. to satisfy his li-n for sixty dollars against said automobile for repairing tbe same, for lWt Foster. JOHN f ItLXNETT. Dated Jan. 1?.. lir. I! IM5W: m mm. viUli US) Are now members of our Christmas Savings Club. You can begin on two or five cents; it will grow to dollars and then the 4 per cent is payments are prompt. Only a few more days and the en rollment boards of our club will close. It's the easy and sure way to have money for Christmas. Savings Department lishawaka Trust & Savin tz 1 ea I V X mi 10 sail mat nt 3 MANHATTAN ST. ROCHESTER, N.Y. Royal Tailoring1 Lehman's. Advt. NON-KEMDENT NOTICE. STATE OF INDIANA, ST. JOSEPH COENTY. SS. It, tie St. Joseph Su perior Court. December term, 1014. Beatrice E. Keitz vs. IMwurd C, Itettz. di- doree. Oiue No. 'j::;i. He it known, that the above-natned plaintiff has fih-d In the ofTice of the clerk of said court complaint against said de fendant in the above cause together with a projH-r affidavit that said defendant, Edward C. IbdU, Is not a resident of the State of Indiana. Said defendant I bereby notified that said cau-e will stand fr trial on the 17th day of March. VM the same !ing the 27th day of the next term of ald ouurt to commence at the City of Soufa Bend, on the :rrd Monday in February next, on w hich day said defendant Is required .b appear to paid action. ;bok;i: m. i:aah. Ork. By STANLEY II. TOBOLSKI, Depnty. wi:k;iit a hay less. Attys. for Plaintiff. non-kesidi:nt notice. STATE OF INDIANA. CsT. .lOSHril COI NTY, SS.in the st. Josepa Circuit Court. February terra. 1V15. Tb se Currle vs- John J. Currie, divoro Cause No. pr. Be it known. tJiat the aibove-named plaintiff h;.s filed In the office of the erk "t said eourt complaint against paid de fendant in -the above cause togi-tijer with a proper aflldavit that said defendant 1 not riddenfi of the State of Indlnnn. Said defendant is bereby notified that said cnue will stand for trial on the 17th day of Mnreli. r.M.. the trune being the '.0th day of the -?:ext term of said court to cominem-e at fllie City of South Bend, en the lt Moi.day In February nevt, on which day - aid defendant Is required t appear to said aerion. ;f.H';e m. raai. Verk. By CMA BEE'S BAaIJ, Deputy. WIUGHT ,V - ..i LESS. Attys. for Plaintiff. 3E p i r rv La i added if vour : r1 I I Ira J 13 11 Tl gs Cg.