SOUTH BENTD NEWS-'HM
SATURDAY, FKHRUARY 13, 1915
ON OWN FRONTIER
Arrival of Fresh German Forces
in East Prussia Renders Re
grouping of Czar's Army
Says Petrograd Report.
pktrogkad. iv;,. ic. it i not
alto'i-t her a Mjrpri.-o that th Jlussian
troop have withdrawn from the hue
of the Maztirm lak-.-s and fallen hack
cn tin ir own fr!iti-r. The enumy is
cum--ntiatin his. attack in three di
rections, towards Yolknvsky (or Wyt-kowy.-zki),
Lk and U.moh-nka (or
The arrival in ca.-.t Prussia of a for
midable (lennan army has fundu
mentally c hanired the situation there
and has rendered necessary a re
fcroupin of the Kir-sian lorce. This
can he more advantageously carried
out on the Russians own frontier
where the armies will have the Mip
port of the Kwian forts.
This rearranemeni it is hinted will
be a prelude to decisive events on this
front. Meanwhile it will he impos
fcible to publish much news from that
quarter without providing the enemy
with useful information.
f-'inco the derma ns were last repuls
ed from the Ni;men and the ilobr
rivers with frightful .slaughter the ion-
dition.s have )er a koo,i deal modi
fied for both .sides.
The enemy is relying largely upon
imperfectly trained troops and reserv
ists who cannot fight so well as the
first line soldiers with whom they de
livered their first blow in that direc
tion. The Russian position in this respect
has probably improved rather than
deteriorated. A much more important
transformation has been effected by
winter which has frozen hard the im
mense swamps that border both the
In the Carpathians the situation re
mains encouraging. The enemy is
fchowln less enterprise and determi
nation and the Russians seem to be
acting on the a'iessive alone and
by far has the greatest advantage.
In front of one small section of the
Russian trenches alone 400 dead Ger
mans were counted.
In this zone of the Carpathian thea.
ter the Russians have taken J .'5,300
prisoners since Jan.
Late News from the
The round-up institute of all the in
stitutes held in Berrien county within
the past few weeks clo.d the two day
session Thursday afternoon. leslie
olds of IP nton Harbor v as re-elected
president of the county association and
Harry Young or Niles was re-elected
secretary. Vice presidents from near
ly every township in the count) were
elected. William Tmholtz and Adolph
Knott were elected from Niles town
ship. In the resolutions adopted tv
fanners registered their opposition to
tie lbpior tralhe and promised sup
port to the Ro al Option association.
A protest against the raise of railway
rates in the slate was also made. A
number of state speakers of promi
nence attended the sessions and gave
exec llent addresses.
Mrs. Orson McKay and C. A. John
son of Chicago are in the city on ac
count of the illness of their brother.
John Johnson, who is at the home of
nis sister, Mrs. Helen Montague.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Wood enter
tained at dinner Thursday evening
followed by cards.
Mrs. Harriet Raldwin of Ann Arbor
is a guest of her daughter, Mrs. II.
Franklin Troost, who has been in
the United States navy training school
at Annapolis since lasf June, has re
turned home to remain until spring.
Miss Delia Htiles of Vermc ntville,
Mich., is a guest for the week-end of
Mis Fthelyn Kidder.
VISITS IX CITY.
K. lmmel. head of the depart
ment of oratory at the University of' Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Max Kon
Michigan was the guest of Mr. andiron.
rivi: i hunts.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Piers spent
Sunday with the hitter's mother, Mrs.
.Mi: Keel of South Rend.
Mr. and Mrs. Clenn Yost of Nut
wood are the parents of a baby hoy
born Feb.,f,. Mrs. Yost was formerly
Miss Ruby Holston of this place.
The Radies Aid of Monson chapel
will hold an all day meeting with
Mrs. Orra Taylor, Division st. road,
The Misses Clara, Mary and Mil
dred Brown and Bernice Holston. who
have been ill, are better.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hay and daugh
ters were week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. John Holston.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Whitsel of Oak
drove spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
G rover Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. David Rrown spent
Saturday in South Rend.
The A. O. O. O. of Five Points held
their regular meeting at the home of
K. Hummer. The next meeting will
le held at the home of drove Tay
lor. Feb. 2.h
Jacob Konzon of South Rend and
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Van Rake spent
Mrs. Asa Miller and daughter Mary
of I Dng Island spent Monday and
TuetJay with 'the former's mother,
Mrs. Mary Price, at the home of John
Mr. and Mrs. George Arnold and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Hagey and
family spent Thursday evening with
Mr. and Mrs. Jer'y Toner at Five
Mr. and Mrs. ra mu el Frame and
little son Orra spent Sunday with
friends at Mishawaka.
Mrs. R. Collins was a South Rend
Mrs. Roseoe Turrcl and daughter,
Mrs. Ted Finney, of Sumption Piairie
spent Tuesday with Mrs. K. Hummer.
Mrs. Jerry Kollars of Terre Coupee
spent Thursday with Mrs. John
Mrs. John Holston spont the fore
part of the week with her daughter,
Mrs. Glenn Yost, at Nutwood.
"Vednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Reall of Mishawaka.
Ralph Snell of Massachusetts spent
Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Rliza
Murray Piatt is ill with the measles.
A number from this place attended
the farmers' institute held in Niles
Wednesday and Thursday.
Anna Gale Is confined to her home
with the measles.
The monthly business meeting of
the directors of the Rerrien Springs
State hank was held at the hank Wcd-
Miss Carrie Ribbins of Chicago is & nesday evening
guest of Miss Kathryn Shortridge.
Dr. W. K. Brown of Renton Harbor
The Mt. Pleasant Aid society met
at Mrs. Etta Purucker's last Thursday.
They will meet again on Feb. IT at
Mrs. Grace See he's.
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Wiggins and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank' Wiggins
and family, (leorce Rough and Miss
adie Rough were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Kring and family Sunday.
There will be a box social at the
home of Miss Sadie Rough Saturday
evening. Feb. 13.
Sunday school at Mt. Pleasant
church Sunday at 10 o'clock, preach
ing at 11 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sellers of
'outh Rend spent Thursday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph II. Lydick.
Come and Sec Us
was a business visitor here Wednesday. . -yls 'f ie Goetzingcr spent &
Miss Kdith McCuilough. teacher of ' and Monday with her sister
the fifth and sixth grades, who has Clyde Rumsey of South Bend.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Van Ness were
guests cf Mr. and Mrs. Stuckey Mon
Mr. and Mrs. J. Clemmens, Erraa
and Roger Clemmens of South Bend,
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Korn of Portage
Prairie, and Mr. and Mrs. John Clem
mens of Harris Prairie were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Clem
mens. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Austin of Mish
awak and Miss Claudine Rrickell of
South Rend spent Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Austin.
About ') people from this vicinity
attended the Grange dance at the
American hall Saturday evening.
Mrs. Austin will entertain at a mis
cellaneous showed at her home Wed-
in honor of Pearl
Kubiak, whose marriage will take
Miss Susie Goetzingcr spent Sunoay
Wy maris Semi -Annual Sale of
Mrs. A. D. Keesler. Rinsley st.
M r. Immel gave a. talk on "A Ser
vant In the House" at Three Rivers.
Mich. Thursday evening at the high
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Mrs. George Darkus was in Goshen
Wednesday to see her sister, Mrs.
Rouis Klopfenstein, who is ill at the
Services Sunday at Monson chapel
will be as follows: Sunday school at
10 o'clock. Kpworth league at 6
o'clock. Preaching services at 7
o'clock. Rev. Claude Young, pastor.
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Mrs. Emily Ross Perry, poetess and
author of "Minnehaha Laughing Water."
Has been honored by her state and given a
medal in recognition of her services. She
is the wife of Commander Freeman G. Per
ry, of Dudley P. Chase G. A. R. Post No.
68, and well known in G. A. R. and society
circles. Her home address is 819 18th Avev
N. E., Minneapolis, Minn. She writes:
"I have tried Peruna and found it an
excellent tonic and cure for catarrh. It is
good for all catarrhal affections of the stom
ach and all diseases leading to consumption
and bronchial troubles. I believe it to be
one of the best medicines on the market,
and thousands can testify to its cure with
the same pleasure to the public that I can.' We have many
letters from women who have had a similar experience.
Fcrtina is a Splendid Medicine for
Stomach Troubles. Tlionsands of Women
Tell us of Their Remarkable Cures.
Mrs. Elizabeth Rcuthtr, Xo. 508 Twelfth
t., N. W.. Washington, D. C, writes: "I
am pleased to endorse Peruna as a splen
did medicine for catarrh and stomach
trouble, from which I suffered for several
years. I took it lor several months and at
the end of that time found my health was
restored and have felt splendidly ever since.
I now take it when I contract a cold and it
soon rids the svstem of anv catarrhal ten
dencics. "I would not be without Peruna. Al
though it was over ten years ago that I first
gave you my testimonial, I am of the same
opinion as when I wrote it, and give vou the
privilege to use it as you see fit. I still use Peruna when I
think it necessary. I am recommending it to my neighbors
whenever a chance occurs. "
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been ill for the past two weeks, is able
to be out again.
URoy IIcss of Rerrien Center was
a business visitor here Wednesday.
Mrs. C. A. Allen has traded her house
and lot In this village for a farm of
127 acres in Allegan county. She will
move to her new home in the spring.
Mrs. William Shuler is visiting rel
atives in Chicago this week.
Major Murdoch circle held their
regular meeting Thursday afternoon
in the G. A. R. hall. The members of
the Kilpatrick post were their guests
and contributed toward a Lincoln pro
gram. Abraham Heator. one of the
comrades, stated that he was named
after the great president. At he close
of the meeting coffee and doughnuts
were served. At the next meeting,
Feb. 25, Washington's birthday will
be celebrated with a tea party.
Warren Mason, who has been ill
with the grip, is on the streets again.
C. M. Niles, cashier of the Rerrien
Springs State bank, has resigned his
position to become the assistant cash
ier of the Renton Harbor State bank.
.Mr. Niles has been in the local bank
for the. past five years and by his
courteous treatment and attention to
every one has won many friends in
Rerrien Springs and vicinity. Law
rence Valentine of Renton Harbor will
take Mr. Niles position in the local
bank, coming hero March 1.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Reynolds loft j
Friday morning for a month' stayj
with their daughter in Cleveland, O.
A meeting of the Anti-Saloon league
was held in St. Joseph Wednesday to
lay plans for the spring campaign.
Atty. Charles II. Kavanagh. Prof. O.
J. Graf and George M. Dean were in
attendance. A mass meeting will he
held at the town hall in this place
Feb. 23 with two speakers from Col
orado. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Niles were Ren
ton Harbor visitors Friday.
The Daugherty building, the old
landmark at the top of the river hill,
was sold hy the owner, Fred Hayden
of Chicago, to C. A. Rockinaw last
week. The building Is one of the old
est in Rerrien Springs, erected about
63 years ago. It was used by Reiber
& Stemm when they were in the drug
business, and also used as a tavern by
Kd. Gilford's father. The new owner
has not yet decided whether he will
remodel it, or put up a new building.
Mrs. Reehler is spending a few
days at the home of Albert Linsin
mier. The Clay township social center
will hold its regular meeting Friday
evening Feb. 12, at Ullery school.
An interesting debate as well as a val
entine box has been planned.
Mrs. Albert Rinsinmeir is visiting
friends in Niles for a few days.
Miss Wilma Witter of Elkhart was
a guest of her sister, Mrs. Fred Chiv
ington and her aunt. Mrs. J. Stroup.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Evan
gelical church met with Mrs. Walter
Plumbeck of Five Points for a bus
iness meeting Wednesdav.
The Y. P. alliance met with the Cot
tag? Grove Sunday school Sunday aft
ernoon for a debate on "Home and
Irvin Watklns and family of Grape
vine were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Rohene Milliken of Ixmg Island
visited relatives in Lydick Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dunnahoo of
South Rend were guests of G. S.
SPAIN S MISTER
Is Now On Thousands of Remnant Packets
of All Kinds, in Plain and Fancy Silk and Vel
vet Fabrics at Half and Less than Half Price
The prices 29c, 49c, 79c for Silks worth twice as much, brought
the crowds. More remnants will be added for Monday's selling, making
this Silk Remnant Event the biggest in the history of this department.
At Wyman's ALL NEXT WEEK will be
TOILET GOODS WEEK
Introducing DERMA VIVA the liquid face powder is the occas
ion for greatly reduced prices on all Toilet articles in our Toilet Goods
Section. ALL NEXT WEEK.
partment Bay that Ebano and Victoria
who are about 20 miles from Tampico
are still in the possession of Carranza.
Also that the constitutionalists are in
full control of the state of Tabasco.
An epidemic of black smallpox, is
reported at Monterey. The only rail
road connection between the United
States and Monterey is via El Paso.
IS IT VERA CRUZ
VER ACRUZ, Feb. 13. Three
thousand Villa troops attacking
Guadalajara were completely defeated
by Carranza troops commanded by
Generals Dicguez and Murgias ac
cording to advices received here to
day. The Villa forces lost nearly fivo
hundred in killed and wounded. Many
prisoners were also taken and much
Agent Holds Carranza Acted
Against an Individual and
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The follQwing officers were elected
at the Excelsior Bible class meeting
hohl nr. Mr and Mrs. John Taber's.
Not a Country Villa Forces Mishawaka aw, Thursday evening:
Defeated Says Report. i ?Zl"T?rZ
leaders, Mrs, J. C. Bowman and Her
man Kuhl. The first chapter of Acts
Senor was taken up last night. The next
WASHINGTON. Fell. 13,
Jose Caro, the Spanish minister to meeting will be next Thursday at the
Mexico who has been expelled from home of Mrs. Clarence Madeline. S.
that country hy Carranza is reported Fifteenth st., when the second chap
to the state department Friday to be ter of Acts will be the study,
on a Spanish transport steamer in the Mrs. F. H. Brooks entertained the
harbor of Vera Cruz. This boat goes Flinch club Thursdcv afternoon at her
to Havana and it is expected the 10rn0 on X. Eleventh st. Flinch was
Spanish minister will sail on it instead enioved and refreshments were
Misses Rhua and Helen Kruman- ' of accepting the offer of the battlesbij served.
aker of Mishawaka are visiting their Delaware made by Sec y of the Navy Clarence
STOPPED BY BARBED WIRE
Government. Men Attempt to Raid
Sayvlllo Wireless Station.
NEW YORK, Feb. 13. A mysteri
ous raid on the wireless station at
Sayville, R. I., where the messages
from Germany are reeeived was frus
trated Friday by the barbed wire en
tanglements about the station. Gov
ernment men in an automobile com
prised the raiding party and when
stopped by the barbed wire they drove
away without replying to the attaches
who desired to know their business.
Public Drug Store
124 N. Michigan St.
"The Cut Raie Drug Store"
Piles Cured In C, to II Days.
Druggists refund money if PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure Itching.
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles.
First application gives relief. 50c.
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rzi STYLE SHCP WOMCT
The Place to Save Money.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elias Kruman
K. M. Remley is ill with the grip.
Two sleighloads of high school pu
Cuthbert left Friday
Daniels. mnrninc for ii visit with his narents
The general opinion among mem- at Eau Claire. Mich,
hers of the diplomatic corps is that The auxiliary of tho First Church
Carranza stretched to the breaking of the Brethren held an all-dav ses-
pils surprised their teacher, Wilson . point the power of his government sion Thursday at the home of Mrs.
TV 4 I I? A. A. AT tll. ' . T 1 i f . " .
Thornto, five miles northwest of Elk
hart. Monday evening. Various social
games and musical features were en
joyed and the evening pleasures cul
minated in a repast the "provender"
for which had been brought by the
The young people of the Presbyter
ian Sunday school will give an enter
tainment the evening of Feb. 21.
to declare a foreign representative Krpirhtnnm After the business ses-
persona non grata and ask for his sion sewing featured the day. A
recall. basket luncheon was served at noon.
In this case Carranza assumed that The March meeting will be held with
Angel De Caso, a representative of Mrs. Louis Chester.
pain, attached to the Spanish lega- The central Bible class met Thurs-
tion at Mexico City, was a violent par-, day evening with Mrs. Edwin Steel.
tisan of Gen. Villa and for that reason
ought to be executed. De Caso nat
urally and legally took refuge in the
.Spanish legation. Carranza made the
extraordinary demand that he be de
livered up out of the legation which
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Woomcr enter
tained a number of friends at dinner under the law of nations is Spanish
Sunday. territory. It Is expected the Spanish
Cottage prayer meeting at the home government will lodge a formal pro
of Mr. and Mrs. Bixler. Will he in test with Carranza but it is not antic
charge of Brother Alfred Ludwig. . ipated that protests will avail any-
Mrs. William Eberhart is quite ill thing,
from a fall on the Ice Monday. J Seno Arredondo. Carranza's agent
Mrs. F. P. Emerson aud son, Ray-' here, speaks of the incident as "de
mond. of Mishawaka, were calling on plorable" but maintains that Carran
friends here Tuesday. : za has observed "the customs and in-
Mrs. E. S. Kitson of Mishawaka ternational law." Gen. Carranza's
visited Mrs. Robert McKnight Wed- , act. he said, was against an individual,
ncsday f.nd Thursday. j and not against the government of
The Ladies' Aid society will be en- Spain. Arredondo quotes in Justifica
tcrtained by Mrs. J. C. Eberhart of tion of Carranza the act of Pres't
Mishawaka Thursday. i Juarez of .Mexico who in 1 S o 7 expelled
Many from this vicinity attended for political reasons the diplomatic
the funeral Saturday of Jamcj C. representatives of Spain, Rome and
Rev. V. Clear of Goshen visited his Guatemala and the archbishop of
sick parishioners here Thursday. . Mexico. He also cites the Lord Sack
Eberhari. jr.. of Mishawaka, and of ville-West incident during the term of
Mrs. arah Eberhart on Monday. j Pres't Cleveland.
Mrs. Alfred Ludwig was a guest ' Dispatches from Tampico to the de-
Pleasant st. The ninth chapter of the
hook of Acts was the lesson study,
with Mrs. A. Brown, leader. The class
will meet next Thursday .at Rev. and
Mrs. A. W. Smith's, X. Ninth st. Mrs.
Joh- Rrant will have charge; of tho
Miss Ruth Whitcomb of S. Nine
teenth st. is visiting her grand-parents.
Mr. and Mrs. George Whitman,
at Berrien Springs, Mich.
Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Smith of
Ninth st. left Thursday for North
Liberty to attend the tabernacle
Mr. and Mr?. George Whitman of
Berrien Springs visited their daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitcomb,
Mrs. George Snyder of Elkhart,
Ind., visited friends here Thursday.
Edward Rogers of Smith st. was In
XiR-s. Mich.. Thursday.
The Euclid club will meet Saturday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. Winfield
Forest. S. Fifth st.
Mrs. J. C. Stewart attended a din
ner party at Mrs. David Soussman's at
Chicago, So. Bend & North
ern Ind. Ry. Co. and South
ern Michigan Ry.
(Effective October 11, 1914.)
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Suits for Men and Women
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43 YEARS OLD.
114 V. WAfiHINGTOX AVE.
South Bend National Bank o
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Myron Campbell Marvin Campbell
Robt. S. Campbell Fred 11. Bad&S
Arthur L. Hubbard.
Prompt, courteous treatment to &U
from all, always.
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