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MOMlAY, MAY SI, 1913.
ATHLETIC FIELD FOR Telephone Your Item a TT T nrr i f V I iTl f Tfii '!r en JL3 THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES CTHf HUD HIGH SCHOOL n m Tcm fh T(m Y7 f II J ' .4 ' 4 11 V I 4 I r I I V L . VOSS ID RAAB AGAIN FEATURE WITH H0IB5 Mishawaka Defeats Goshen By Seven to Two Score Hixen- baugh Gets Assists in Two Doubles ii In a pame featured by thro home runs and clover fielding, the Misha waka baseball team won a spectacular victory from tho Goshen Oroya at Goshen, Ind.. Sunday atfemoon, by the roro of 7 to 2. Vo5s and Raab of homo run fame wr-re largely responsible for the seven runs that were piled up during the game, both potting a homer over the left field fence with some of the bases occupied. In tho third Inning Hlxcnhaugh Flnglcd and was advanced to third by a hit by Chandler. It was Chief Voss pecond trip to the plate and little did the Gohen fielders realize what Chief rt ability at the bat amounted to. Stepping Into the first one over, he met the ball fair and square and pent It over the left Held fence for a clean heme run. scoring Hixenbaugh and Chandler ahead of him. In the sixth inning Mishawaka scored two more runs on hits by Trowbridge and Christoph. (Joshen slipped over two runs In tho last of tho sixth when Oruber pulled a homer with a man on second, making the score G to 2. Raab practically cinched the game for Mishawaka in tho seventh inning when he drove the ball over the left field fence for another homer, scoring Thouey nhend of him. Clever fielding by Hlxenbaugh, Thouey and Christoph in the eighth and ninth innings kept Goshen from scoring any more runs, two double plays being pulled off when the bases were filled. Voss pitched excellent ball and was El von fine support by his team-mates. It is rumored that a scout from ono of the big leagues was in the city and at Goshen Sunday petting u look at Hixenbaugh and Voss. The line-up for both teams "was as follows: Mishawaka Hixenbaugh, 2b; Chandler, ss; Casey, cf; Voss, p; Thouey. ..b: Kaab. c; Trowbridge, If; Christoph, lb; Murphy rf. Goshen Morton. L'b; Hack, ss; ISohti. f; c'rornley. p; I.-aRuh, Ob; Foget, c; Cotheven, If; Gruber, lb; liem. rf. missionary socnrrv MFirnxG. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society of tlie Methodist Memorial church will hold a meeting Tuesday afternoon at :"0 o'clock in the enter tainment parlors of the church. This will be the third quarterly tea. It is d sired that all members attend this meeting, also all ladies interested in this work. rx seniors condition. The condition of Miss Welsh, teach er of languages at the Mishawaka high school, continues very serious, fhe is confined to St. Joseph's hospital with a nervous attack. stated meeting of Mishawaka Chap ter N'o. 2G7, O. K. S., Tuesday even in it. Advt. Graduation presents at Mishawaka Pharmncv. Advt. INCES THEATER TONIGHT anie Chandra TUn World's 1 unnie-t Comedian In a Two Heel ISsanay Comedy THE JITNEY ELOPEMENT A THRILLING RII.BO.I DItAMA Tho Tuonty-fiiM Story of The Hazards of Helen A LIFE IN THE BALANCE SFMG IMIAMA HEARTS' DESIRE i;ss..vv coii;i)V THE FABLE OF A FELLOW WHO HAD A FRIEND WHO KNEW A GIRL WHO HAD A FRIEND X M I C K D.N I :SI ) A V tin; sixth fpisodh of The Exploits of Elaine Party and Train Calls, also Lake Trips and Pleas ure Driving. AUTO LIVELY 210 Lincoln Highway, East Home Phone 434 Mishawaka. Ch Soniice 9 diu PHARISEES ARE MANY; HYPOCRISY A SIN APART "Pharisaism, Ancient and Modern' was the theme of Dr. Loren M. Fd wards at the Methodist Fplscopal church Sunday ryenlnp. Following a bassa solo, rendered by Mr. Paul An derson, rendcrc-d with grace and felic ity' of expression, the pastor took up the historic denunciation of tho scribes by Jesus of Nazareth. "There arc four principal marks of Pharisaism. Hypocracy is not neces sarily Pharisaism. Pharisees are many, many times hypocritical; hut hypocrisy is a sin quite apart and aside from the former. Pharisaism prays with unction and punetillious ness. and boasts of its prayers. It reads scriptures, but reading them gives no message of tho heart. It at tends church regularly, and occupies the amen seats in tho church, and over its icy presence I, as a pastor, have to talk to the masses. It Rives itself fver to orthodox requirements, but lacks all brothorJiness of feeling. It is extremely liberal in donations to the church, hut its liberality involves no attribute of generosity. It is a vaunting, vainglorious exposition of ceremonial and conventional detail, but lacks nil the warmth of kindness and faith and love. Pharisaism, In a word. religion without Christianity. It Is Christianity with Christ, left out." MORE SUPPORT NEEDED FOR BAND CONCERTS An effort will be made the present week to obtain more support for tho Hall Hand band for its Saturday even ing concerts at the four corners. While some of the merchants have been lib eral in their subscriptions quite a number have not as yet volunteered to subscribe. It is felt that these sum mer concerts are most worthy of con sideration. They are the one big" event of the week to many families through out the city and are looked forward to with considerable pleasure. That they are appreciated Is evident from the immense crowds which congregate in the vicinity of the J"nd stand Sat urday nights. Many think the city administration should do something towards the --olect and it is probable that a deputation of merchants will wait on the mayor the present week and ask his good offices in the mat ter. HOMF GUARDS TO MFFT. The Home Guards of tho Methodist Memorial church will bo entertained by i.Miss Dorothy Middleton next Sat urday afternoon at 2:. TO o'clock at her home, 710 K. Third st. This will bo the time for the mite box opening. The picnic planned for this month has been postponed until some time in June. MFFr TFKSD AY NTC.I1T. The Business Men's association will hold its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday evening when many matters of importance will come up for con sideration. BOWLFRS llAXOriTT. Mishawaka Hotel. Wednesday, May 2h Howle-! having tickets will please report not later than Tuesday night. Advt. Cameras and supplies at Mishawaka Pharmacy. Advt. TO "WHOM IT MAY COXfKRN'. Notice is hereby given that I. An. drew Kulpanoswki. will not he re sponsible for any debts contracted by my wife. Olga Kulpanoswki. Advt. Ooze leather covered books for graduates at Mishawaka Pharmacy. Advt. itniT i- n,Ks mfftixg. The Men's Bible class of the Meth odist Memorial church will meet at the home of F. G. Fbc-hart Wednes day evenintr. Latest books for graduates at Mish awaka Pharmacy. Advt. MISHAWAKA CLASSIFIED. KvaNTFD Girl to wait table noons for her uoaiu. -vpi "iiM'"" lanu-h Room. 105 Lincoln Highway west. WANTKI Two or three unfurnished 1-oom.s Must be reasonable. Lock P.ox 1 i:. Mishawaka. FOR SLK Or will trade 2 1-2 acre farm at 1-tpaz. Full farm equip ment with stock, crops, implements and household goods. Cheap for casa or will sell on easy payments. An drew Kulpanoswki. post office box "2. I.apaz. I ml. FOR SALK Nearly new range. Call at 211 I-iurel st. FOR RFNT The Rrunner apartment building on i:. Rattell st., has been redecorated and is in first class shape, modern with exception furnace, rents verv rea.Nonable. It is not necessary forou to knock your children in tho head, as there i ample room. A suite of eight :-ooins for per month. Widows with children unable to pay above price, will receive substantial reduction. Call at t20 L Joseph st. . Rrunner. FOR s'ALE House and lot. West Third st. Biggest bargain in Mish awaka for cash. Owner leaving city. Address W. M.. News-Times. FOR SALE OR RFNT A fine manu facturing plant, good brick build ings. 33,000 square feet lloor space, Ftea'm heated, well-lighted, operated by never falling water power, located on New York Central Lines and Grand Trunk. John J. Schindler. Agent. Mishawaka, Ind. FINCH & SPRAGUE Undertakers Ambulance Servico I Misliawakn. 202 N. Main Street lioth Phones 1U0. Bell 10; Home 118. PUMP INSTALLATION NOW WELL UNDERWAY The water works again featured the meeting of the board of public works at the Monday morning session. Supt. KJine reported that the engine was well under way and would probably bo set by the middle of June. However, some other necessary work in con nection with the improvements will be required that will delay the open ing" of the plant for about six weeks. It Is expected that it will be the mid dle of July before the water will be fit to use for domestic purposes. Tests from the wells wUl soon be made by local and state chemists. An other test of the water will be made after tho city mains havo been tilled. These samples will bo taken from all sections of the ci'y. Rids were opened for tho Clay and Eighth st. sewer. The bidders on the improvements were .Staples and Ack crman, A. M. Smith and Henry Dc Yose. Tho Clay st. newer will extend from Joseph to "Wilson blvd. and the Eighth st. sewer from Spuring to West sts. A hearing on the Renton st. was held and a resolution adopted as no remonstrators were present. The es timated cost of tho improvement is placed at $700. The assessment roll for tho Logan st. joint sower improvement recently completed was presented and accepted. A resolution was adopted. The petition for sidewalks on S. Main st. in tho section of the street recently opened was recommended not granted by City Engineer Cole. DIVINE NECESSITY FOR CULTIVATION OF TRUTH The Rev. K. E. Shoufler, who has Just recently taken charge of tho pas torate of the First Raptist church preached an excellent sermon to a crowded congregation Sunday morn ing. In tho course of his remarks the preacher emphasized the divine neces sity for the cultivation of truth. It should never be feared, for the quali ties of life Influenced by It will ever endure. Jesus Christ was the only perfect example of truth and every person who is like Him in character, must walk in the light as He is in the light. "What good is there in knowing and not doing? To him that knoweth to do good and doeth it not to him it Is sin. Doing truth is part of life's program. Often we are under more obligations to strangers than we aro toward the brethren. The man of Af rica or China comes in for his part. Our first impressions arc the mo: I lasting. The stranger within our gates may do ns much good or great harm through the kingd of an impression he has received of our work. The church that looks after the stranger will bring to itself lasting good. The church's prosperity and each mem ber's prosperity in spiritual things comes as a result of this kind of so cial and missionary activity. Charity for others, love, patience, tolerance and submission to higher authority are also among the virtues of soul prosperity." CIVIL WAR VETERAN DIES AT HOME OF NEICE George W. oudcrs, 82 years old, died at the home of his niece, Mrs. Richard Zeller. 147 Lincoln way K., Monday morning at 3 o'clock, after a four months' illness with heart trouble and infirmities of old age. He was born in Cumberland county, Pa., Dec. 2 3, IS 3 2. On Oct. 1, 1SHS, he was married to -Miss Lydia For sythe in Whitlev county, Ind. .he died about two years ago. He was a vet eran of the Civil war, having served four years as a member of the 13th Illinois regiment. He had resided in Mishawaka for two years, coming here from South Rend, where he lived for about 4 5 years. He is survived by a number of nephews and nieces in this locality. The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2:0 o'clock from the Zeller residence. Rev. Dr. Loren M. Edwards of the Methodist Memorial church will oiiiciate. The G. A. R of Xouth Rend, of which he was a member, will have charge of tho ser vices. DFATII OF 15 A BY C.IRU Eunice Ellen Went, the little one-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. vv.-nt f r.lt". W. Joseph st., died .Sunday afternoon after a 10 day ill ness of acute gastritis. Mie vas oorn in Mishawaka May 6, 19 14. She is survived by her parents and one sis ter. Evelyn. - The funeral will be held from the residence Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 (k'clock Rev. Cochran of the Immanuel Baptist church will oiiiciate. Burial will be in the City cemetery. IS YrTFNDING GRAND LODGF, F. V A. Ml. F. II. Hubcr 'eft for Indianapolis Monday afternoon, where he will at tend the grand lodge of Indiana, F. M as representative from the keal" order. The sessions will be held Tuesday and Wednesday. TO IIW F COMMFNION CLASS. V class of boys and girls will re ceive their first holy communion at St. Joseph's Catholic, church Sunday. J u n e 6 . RWVS OF MATRIMONY. Tho banns of matrimony were pub lished at St. Joseph's Catholic church Sunday between Gordon James Rur ke t of Detroit. Mich., and Miss Rcr tha M. Shafer of this city, for the second time. Munn:i in Toledo. Word 'has been received here an nouncing the marriage of H bard Rrown and Mi-s Gertrude Kalb.es. which took place May 1, at To edo O. Th? ceremony was performed b Hex. SVhuo. of St. Paurs Rutheran church of that city. They will reside in To ledo, whrre Mr. Rrown is employed at the Willeys Overland company. Mr Brown is the son of Mr. and Mr T. J. Rrown. IK. N. Spring st. Ho 'has many friends here, havinc re sided in this city until about two months a 1:0. ALB DAY SFSMOV. A meeting of the south side rcadine cireje of the Methodist Memorial church will be hold Friday at the home of Mrs. J. It. Woodward of 10 2 9 Lincoln way E., for an all C ses sion. Every member is requested to be prts 'i t and there is much import ant work to be done. Matter Being Pushed by Prin cipal D. W. Horton Has the Promise of Support of Busi ness Men. The agitation for an athletic field for the use of the city in general and tho high school in particular has heen given a decided impetus since the re marks made by Dr. "Winiield cott Hall at the high school auditorium Friday night. Dr. Hall in his address urged the boys' to make a determined ei'fort to secure an athcletic field, stating that their real manhood de pended on proper exercise. Two years ago D. W. Horton, prin cipal of the high school, interested M. W. Mix in the proposition and the latter gave it his hearty support, and was, with 1'rin. Horton, responsible for the drawing up of plans which in cluded a 4 4u-yard oval cinder path for running. This was to enclose a field which could be used as a baseball diamond or gridiron. The plans for this were secured from the engineer of Indiana university. These were subsequently dravn up and the ground staked off at Lincoln park on Lincoln way W., which is situated just west of the Kamm & Schellinger brewery. This was levelled and made ready for the final touches under the Herzog city administration, which gave the sc heme its hearty approval. With the advent of the present ad ministration, however, the matter was dropped, although tho idea was still strong in the minds of the promoters. Speaking to Tho News-Times Mon day, Prin. Horton said that tho mat ter was now to be pushed with all pos sible haste, providing, of course, that it receives the endorsement of the business men of tho city. Thi3 en dorsement he is now endeavoring to secure. Mr. Horton said the fact that the city had no athletic field, which is a necessity for the physical devel opment of the boy, was a decided drawback to Mishawaka. Interest in athletics during the spring and fall is practically dead. He drew attention to the boys having to practice running for the Indiana track meet, on the streets, where It was Impossible to keen a correct record of their cflorts. Mr. Horton has enthusiastically entered into the matter and intends pushing it to a successful finish. Mon day he interviowed a number of the leading citizens of the town and re ceived promises of their heartiest sup port in the matter. MRS. SPROIT FUNERAL. The funeral of Mrs. Louise Sprout, 30$ E. Ninth st., was held from the residence Sunday morning at hj o'clock, Rev. Otto Turk, pastor of St. Peter's German Lutheran church oili- ciating. The Woodmen circle or which she was a member, attended tho funeral in a bodv. and had charge of the services. The pallbearers were members of the circle and were as fol lows: Mrs. Joseph Wachs. Mrs. Ice Montlne, Mrs. Anna McClurg. Mrs. Peter Hesch, Mrs. Ella Krantz and Mrs. Florence Kimball. Burial took place in Bremen. Ind. Among those who attended the fu neral were Mrs. Louise- Besemer, Mr. and 'Mrs. Will Besemer and children, Niles; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Besemer, Elkhart; Mrs. Mary Rurbank, Moline, Mich.: Mr. and Mrs. Abbeihl and Mr. and Mrs. Hauck and son and daughter of South Bend. SFRYTCFS AT ST. JOSFPUS. Pentecost Sunday was observed at St. Joseph's Catholic church with a coiemn hUh mass Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Rev. Father Kirsch of Notre Dame was the celebrant. Rev. Dean L. A. Moench deacon, and Rev. Charles Scholl, sub-deacon. Children's day was observed Mon day morning with a hit;h mass at 8 o'clock. 1N.TFRIKS CAVSi: DEATH. Casimer Cutrie of 410 W. Seventh st. died Sundav morning at 1 o'clock aft er a short illness of four days. His death was due to injuries received several vrars ago. He was employed at the plant of the .Mishawaka W oolen companv. and was born in Belgium about 40 Years aro. He is survived by his wife, who at present is con fined to St. Joseph hospital. The ar rangements for the funeral have not vet been made. CRR OF THANKS. St Joseph's society desires to tnank all those who assisted in making it Pleasant for those who attended the Staats-Vcrband convention: to tnc mayor for his address and to those who provided automobiles for the trip to Notre Dame and St. Marys. (lvt. The Committee. MISHAWAKA PERSONALS. F. P. Kcntopp of Chicago spent Sun- daWimanlhStaUer. 121 E. Eighth st.. is ill with typhoid fever. Mr and Mrs. Frank Murphy of Grand Rapids. Mich., are visiting with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler Krumanaker and the Misses Helen and Rhuey Krumanaker spent Sunday in Granger. Miss Anna Ganser has returned to Iaporte after spending Sunday with her parent Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ganser, K'9 W. Sixth st. Mrs. Frank Freehauf is critically ill at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Markham, E. Ninth st. Miss Eiella Barrett has gone to Hudson. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Curtis and son, Elwood. have returned from a visit with relatives at Edwardsburg, Mich. Miss Louise Sloreh of Harrisville, Mich., is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Gcre Bent. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Hawks and children of Goshen spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hollister and Mrs. J. H. Fline. Mrs. W. I-;. Priest has returned from a visit with relatives in Bryan. O. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cart motored to Laporte Sunday. Miss Harriett ''rum. 2.U E. Eighth St., pleasantly entertained a number of her pirl friends at a birthday party Saturday afternoon. Games and con tests were the features of the after noon. The girls presented Harriett with many pretty presents. A tine luncheon was served. Mrs. Louise Besemer and Mr. and Mrs. .Will Besemer have returned to Niles. Mich., after attending- the fu neral of the former's daughter, Mrs. Louise Sprout. Edward Klein. E. Ninth st.. who has lcen quite ill for some time, remains unimproved. Miss Edna Ilavrrstock and Mrs. Gertrude Moaisie have returned to their home in Bluffton. Ind.. after vis iting witli relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Connors of Logansport are vLiting with rela tives here. EXTRA! T3 i i r u m We just received 300 beautiful dresses of fine silk crepe de chine, silk poplins, taffetas, charmeuse, and satin silk to be put on sale for this day only Tuesday mi 1 1 Here is your greatest opportunity to get a fine silk dress at unheard of price. This is the result of a very unusual purchase. We would advise you to get here early. Take the FORMER PASTOR IS INJURED IN CHICAGO The friends of Rev. Augustus Schlechte, 2C06 W. Alton pi., Chicago, who several years was pastor of St. Peter's German Luthern church of Mishawaka. learned Monday that ho lies in the Norwegian Tabitha hospital in critical condition as a result of serious injuries received Sunday. Lev. Schlechte was run down by his own machine at California and Division sts., while cranking his car. it is thought that ho had forgotten to throw the clutch and when tho engine started the machine jumped forward, running over him. A short distance from the accident l.vo autoists noticed the machine, minus a driver and jumped into tho car and stopped it by driving into a telephone pole He v. Schlechte was connected with the local church from 3 Si 3 to l'JOl. leaving Mishawaka to take charge- of the Lutheran missions in Chicago where lie has since been. He has many times been a. "visitor In Mish awaka arhl was planning to come to tho city within thevnext few weeks. E. N. JOHNSON RESIGNS FROM FIRST NAT'L BANK K. N. Johnson, cashier of the First National bank and First Trust and Savings Co. for the jast seven years, resigned this position Monday and was succeeded by Fred N. Smith, who resigned his position as cashier of tho Merchants' National bank of Michigan City to come to Mishawaka. Mr. Smith has been in the city for the past two w eeks getti ig acquainted with his new duties. He comes to Mishawaka highly recommended and is said to be a banker of exceptional ability. Mr. Johnson, who cr-mo to Mish awaka from Chicago, where he had been in the banking business for some l'J .years, has made many friends dur ing his stay in the city, and is highly respected. RIVER PARK Mrs. Floyd Miller and son. Floyd, jr., who have been visiting relatives here the past week returned to their home at Kalamazoo. Mich., Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude 10010 and Charles Poole of AVaJkerton, Ind., and Miss Fthel Poole of Chicago, were guests of their aunt, Mrs. Catherine Poole, and cousin. Miss Minnie Poole Sunday. An important business meeting of the Fpworth league of the M. '. church will bo held in tho Sunday; school room this evening at 7:43. Mrs. K. J. Biekel will bo hostess to the Liver Park Independent club Thursday afternoon at her home on S. Sixteenth st. Mrs. Mattie Wagner of NTlcs. Mich.. spent Sunday with her son, Charles D lester and family, of Ninth st. Mrs. 1Z. P. Myers and daughter. Miss Hillie Myers of Nile?. Mich., have re turned after a few days' visit with the former's sisters. Mrs. Fdward Moritz of S. Twelfth st- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bowser of Flk hart. and Mr. and Mrs. Merril Heed of YValkerton. motored here, and spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A, Bussert, S. Sixteneth st. Mrs. Blmer Sohaffcr of X. Kleventh St., returned yesterday from a week's visit with her parents at Michigan City. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ferry of N. Kleventh st. have returned from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wdliaf Schroytr at Three Livers. Mich. The River Park league baseball team defeated the Trinity M. K. team Saturday afternoon on he watch'fac torv diamond by a score- of 17 to 1. The White Caps defeited the River Park league team Sunday afternoon In Conjunction With the Independent 5c-10c-25c Store Second Roor 219-221 Michigan St, EXTRA! il fLT ki n 1 "Al TTTx Values Up To $20.00 at Elevator and Save $16.02 by a score of 7 to 1. Mrs. Fred Walz, who underwent a serious operation at St. Joseph's hos pital. Mishawaka, is improving and will soon be able to bo removed to her home on S. Fighth st. "Mrs. George Fetters of Pleasant st. entertained at dinner Sunday William Baton and Miss Ruth Fortcn of South Bend. A number of the younger set enjoy ed a hike to tho hills Sunday, when they gathred wild llowers and took pic tures. A feature of the afternoon was a box luncheon. John Lenox of Smith st., who has been ill the past six months, suffered a stroke of parlysis Sunday morning and is in a critical condition. Miss Grace Hunsherger spent the week end with friends at Woodland. Ind. A committee mertinrr of the Lady Maccabees will be held Thursday aft ernoon at the. home of Mrs. A. 1. Smith, S. Sixth st. Mrs. Harvey Hoover entertained with a family dinner Sunday. Covers were placed for 10. Lmil Ivminert of New York city was an out-of-town tfuest. A meeting of the G. e. and G. F. club will be held Thursday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. Augusta Lum berger, W Pleasant st. Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Haeker of S. Fifth st.. entertained at dinner yesterday- in honor of Mr. and Mrs. John Newcornb. Covers w ere placed for 11. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dixon of Mish awaka av. entertained at dinner Sun day. Among the guests were Mrs. Floyd Miller and son. Flovd. jr.. of 1m la m -lvrin Ati-Oi nn1 A f . ATr-o l,ililllll.i-w .v.... ..14. II1IU .11 i Albert Iilhvorth of Mishawaka. Mr. and Mrs. Fdward Paige enter tained at dinner yesterday at their home on S. Fighth st. Covers we re placed for nine. Mr. and Mrs. August Mentzcl of Bremen, Ind., were out-of-town guests. Mrs. Thomas ('rites of Clifford ct. entertained at dinner yesterday Mr. anl Mrs. 1 1. F. Brooks and Andrew Keck. Cottage prayer meeting will be luld Tuesday evening at the home of Her man Kuhl. S. Fourteenth st. Arthur Larson has gone to In dianapolis where he has ae;trd a position. R. H. Williams hn. returned from a several days' lishing trip at 'hain lak c s. C. H. Ward of Lydiek. Ind.. was iri River Park Sunday alli!ig .-n fri nds. The social committee of the L-piies' Aid of the M. F. church havo mru plefcd arrangements f,r a .w.' i.tl even ing to be held Tuesday owning at the home r.f Mrs. Frank ilaeker. S. Fifth st. The affair is given for the mem bers and friends r.f the ehup-h. A program will be rendered and re freshments will bo served. Mrs. Haeker will be assisted by MM!nme William Rertch. Charles Hirr:.-op, John Newconib and John Knox. GRAFT CASES DISMISSED DLTROIT, Mich., May 21. Tho final chapter in the couneilmanic u-raft cases was written in the record. r's court today when Judge Connolly formally li.--mise,i the defendant.-. This aetion was foreshadow d ) y Jud-c Phclan's opening coneus-i: g in the motion of Pros. Jasnow.-ki to discontinue prosecution orf tho r,;.-i s. Judge Phrlan went hm- il! the day he gave the opinion and his death, a week ago prevented him fro:u for mally discharging the def.-ndant.-. The $1,000 which formed the prin cipal piece of vidence in the ea.-.." against Alderman Thomas Ghnrvm. will le held for F days and then turned over to Andrew Green, jr.. who supplied the bribe money, unless an other claimant appears. Jasnowski said e,rcen had asked him for the return of the $1. "Have the money hedd for 1 cays and if no other claimant appears. give it to Mr. Green." ordered tho court. Oily 1 A . :A N mm F3? A 'mm )1 v ' .J V ROCHESTER VOTES Oi! L I Opinion Prevails That Wets Will Carry Election Without Making Campaign. R C11 FSTFR. Tnd.. May 1M. Tho local option b-ction is mg quietly conducted here today. Fp until noon no dt.turl',itie-s had marked tho day. the election being quiet like the cam paign of the past week. The wets ;ir confident of tarrying the day and have put forth little effort to op pose the dr,v forces. The general opinion is that the c it will remain in t ho wet column. Atty. Balph Smith of Laporte con eluded tiie campaign lor the drys Sunday night, speaking at a bual church. High school siud'nts Mo?. day cele brated the triple victory ;Jt Bluff'tori Saturday. They won t!i" traek, rli and oratorical no t. Robert Moor took tiie oratorical and Raymond Mii hr was the hi-;h po;n: winner on th" track. Rev. A. S. Wairiixr. a b il niiri iter, d liverod the ieo c.ilaui f ate man to the hih school graduates S in day night There are graduates, th:-; year, iho large.-t in the M-hooTs his tory. Byron Kinir of Pitts!. uririi uni vi r.-ity will give th-; ornnien.cment address Friday night. MADE HERSUPPORT HIM Florence Shultz Saw llu-band l"-c! Her Money for Liquor. Charging that her husband mad- her .support him and that he- would take her v.-jg s from her to buy liquor with. Mrs. Fiorcnee Shultz petitioned the superior court Monday morning to trrant her a divorce from Fdward Shultz. The p titiom r .-a;.s that she and the defendant l.ae hc n married for three y.ais ami that during that time he ha- i-n cruM to lor and has faibd to support her. SFIGUHED BY EH N If That 1 Your Pli-ht. I t t KomiioI Clear It Away At Trilling Co-t: Fimpb blackheads. ra-a. rin- v. eim a:al. wor.-' of all, that red. it'hin-. x-uly t' liii' !'.', .7. rr.a, ani-ai w h n yoj Ke;nol uutno nr and R siiud Soap. There is n do;;! t about )'. Ren thou-'h your sk;n so unsi-htly with eruption that y.i shun, your frhraN and your frbnu shu:i ou. l;e-inol u-ually makes it char and la-alt!.", qu; k!y, a.--;ly an-f at trifar;-,' Win n you are sick of wasting timo and money en teiious, expensive tr at merits, get Re.-;:;, i mtiiierit and Kemol Soap from tho J ea !" -t drU--;i.-t a.ral Vi-'l uill quickl, se wb.- 'h; ian-; ha e pr--.-r:t d them for twnty e ars for ju.-t s i h trouM- s ..s ours! The lb -.Hoi treatment works u-entiy, -nd so a! -olutIy fiae fror i anyth.in-: that could injure e e n !; tenderit skin, that it is i ! t! r,r lit ahng the skin troubles cf infanta end children. 0 P D