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Required Number to Make the
Contest Eligible Received
Prize List Amounts to S150
Select Garden Spots.
The entries for tho second annual
l.iwn contest conducted by a commit
tee of the civics department of tho
Mishawaka Woman's r 1 n i . v.-ill close
this evening. Tho.'" Mill desiring t
participate in the contest and not yet
entered may do ho by giving thair
names and addresses to Mrs. J. V.
Russell of 101C Rlncohi wa P.,
Home phono :0'J, or -Mrs. J. Y. Keller
of i10 Lincoln way K., Home phone.
According to Mrs. Russell and Mrs.
Keller, who hac had the entry list
in charge, the required number of
entries from each ward have hceii
received. An inspection tour will be
3nale within the next week by the
committee in charge. Another tour
will be made following the t lose of
the contest when judges will award
the prizes.
The total prize l!.t a gg re .rates a
fum of $ 1 CO. As there are live, wards
in the city, this fund has been di
vided and allows $:JU which will be
Mib-divided into four prizes of $1-,
$S. $I and $4, for each ward.
Tile following are the conditions
and rules governing the contest. 1m
juowinentH and uaneral appearance,
of lawns from curb line to rear line
of property. The care of lawns,
bower and vegetable gardens; neat
jwss and evenness of tducs; elimina
tion of weeds; covering old buildings,
femes, etc., with vines and shub
oery. General sanitary conditions.
The committee in charge this year
is compo-aal of Mrs. George II. Wil
liams, chairman; .Mrs. George Hbor
liart. Mis. K. 1 1. Abara. Mrs. Robert
Robertson. Mrs. Ralph IVig. Mrs.
William II. Tapper. Mrs. Schuyler
Rose, Mrs. Ralph Xash, Mrs. Fred C.
Ciimts, Mrs. H. A. i J earner and Mrs.
Kathcrine RrescMer.
Aside from tho efforts to make
.Visha' aka a city beautiful by the
lav. n n)!it(?t, the chics dep.irtment
has arranzi'd this year to beautify
!'nrn! unsightly unimproved iieces
of property in arious sections of the
ity. have been so far selected
are! art- now under the care of com
mittees in their vicinity. These lots
wf re formciiy eyesores, but by the
us.' of mass seed, travel for paths,
;:nd vines ami tbwt rs -aniens, the
tpots have been greatly improved.
The beauty spots under the are
of 1 1 Woman's club are located and
under the sup rvision of the folow
ing people; MM) block. Lincoln way
H. , Mrs. A. II. Graham and Mrs.
I. "ona White: northeast corner of
('-".l.ir and Lincoln way H., Mrs.
(Jeore F. Rberhart and Mrs. Charles
Clark: southwest corner of Cedar and
Lincoln wa f:.. Mrs. I'. A. Reamer
an. I Mrs. Kathcrine Uressler; corner
of Mill and Lincoln way W.. Mis. K.
A. bean and Mrs. II. c. Holt.cndroff ;
corner of N. Main and Hattcll sts.,
Mrs. W. R. Christophel and Mrs. II.
C. JIut. lilns; W. .Seventh st., Mrs. W.
H. Ioty.
:27 Uncolti Ili-liway V. Misliauaka
Homo Phono aT7
Hours rrmn 1 Till .", ami from
7 Till S:;h p. m.
Francis X. Bushman
vi;vn:i:x comkuy
c o 1 1 n ( i w i : d ; rs d a v
thi: sixth r.risoDi: or
Party and Train
Cails, alao Lake
Trips and Pleas
ure Driving.
210 Lincoln Highv?v. East
Home Phone 34
t riishawaka.
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The committee composed of Dr.
Walton, Charles liny and R. C. Went
are still busy planning the program
for tho tirst annual bowlers' banquet
which will be given Wednesday even
ing at the Hotel Mishawaka. Just
what is to occur at that bit; event has
not been fully decided upon and prob
ably would not be given out at the
best, as the entire entertainment will
be composed of surprises which will
be put on at tho expense of several of
the bowhrs present. However, added
features will be Martin's orchestra,
and a quartet which has not yet been
Over 100 bowlers of Mishawaka and
S uth Ilend who have participated in
bowling schedules during past years
rolled on local alleys, will be present
according to the committee. This is
the lirst bowling ent rtaintnent of this
nature ever attempted In Mishawaka
and it is expected that it. wili be a
While Miss Veda Kollog, a teacher
in tiie River Park Fehool. and Miss
Gladys Clause, were picnicking in the
hills south of the city, Sunday a some
what remarkable accident happened.
A can of beans was put on a lire
which had been built for the pur
pose of cooking luncheon, and just
as it got heated it exploded. Miss
Kellog, who happened to be nearest
the lire got the full force of the ex
plosion the contents of the can strik
ing her in the face. Sho was sevcrly
stkvi; not; i rixi:n.
Steve Rogi in the city police court
Tuesday morning was found guilty of
assault .and battery on Ncnad Galt
laditz by Judge Feig and was given a
lino of $10 and coats amounting to
$22 which he paid. The assault was
alleged to have oecured on Raster
morning following an all night session
during which beer was freely elis
pensed. The case was keenly contest
ed ami several witnesses for both sides
Were presented to the court.
to prfct ()iTici:i:s.
A meeting of company No. ?, of tho
First Christian church will be held
Friday evening at 8 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. Delbert Ipes of 50'J
short st. Hvery member is expect
ed to be present as the annual elec
tion of officers will be held. Rev.
Van Winkle pastor ef the church will
be present and will explain the work
in full detail.
A meeting of the school board was
held .Monday night when a readjust
ment of the salaries of several of the
teachers was made to take effect the
next scholastic year. RIank contracts
were signed and now await the signa
ture of the teachers employed for the
next term. Rlank diplomas were al
so signed. Tho meeting of the board
lasted until midnight.
irsiis .Mi:i;n(i posTpor.i.
The meeting of the members of the
Rusiness Men's association which was
to have been held tonight has been
postponed until next Tuesday, tho date
of the regular monthly meeting.
The Children of Mary sodality of
St. Joseph's Catholic church will give
a reception Thursday evening in tho
library rooms of the society in honor
of Miss Rertha M. Shafer, who will
soon be married to Gordon J. Rurkett
of Detroit.
ri;v. tfrk ki:.ds ii-i:r.
Rev. Otto Turk, pastor of the St.
Ret rs' German Lutheran church, at
tended the Laporte conference of
Lutheran ministers held In South
Rend Tuesday. .Rev. Turk gave a pa
per on "Rationalism."
Holland Van Dusen of this city and
Mary Lucy Darling wa re married Mon
day afternoon at South Rend by Jus
tice of tho Peace Rimer J. Peak. The
groom is the sn of Mr. Van Dusen
of New Carlisle- and is employed at
the Mishawaka Woolen Mfg. Co. They
will reside in Mishawaka.
A card party and fiance will be giv
en Wednesday evening. June 2. in
C.tstle hall, under the auspices of the
Helton camp, 4 7SS. M. W. A. The
committee in charge 1 W. M. Rutler.
chairman. Thomas Huston and Adam
Fr SALI-: Iron jack, eapahlo of
lifting 1." tons. Adams, i'u5 N.
Main, Home phone '22'J.
WANTRD GirHo wait table noons for
h r boanl. App'y in person; Ress
Lunch Room, luO Lincoln Highway
WANTRD Tvo t.r three unfurnished
ri'om. Must be rcas'jnable. Lock
Ro 11.". Mibawaka.
Fi ' R SALi: er w ill trade '2 1-2 acre
farm, at lipa.. Full farm equip
ment with stock, crops, implements
and hoi:s hold goods. Cheap for cash
or w ill sell tin easy pa ments. An
drew Kulpanos-wki, post tftiee box
r., Lapaz. Intl.
VOll SALR Nearly new range. Call
at 211 I-iun-1 st.
FOR RFNT The Rruniu r apartment
buildin on I. Rattell st.. has been
reth corated and is in lirst class shape,
modern with exception furnace, rents
erv reasonable. It is not necessary
for'you to knock your children in tho
head, as there is ample room. A
f-aite of eight rooms for ? per month.
Widows with children unable to pay
above price, will r ccivo substantial
reduction. Call at 0.0 L Joseph st.
. Rranner.
FOR 'ARi: House and lot. West
Third st. Biggest bargain in Mish
awaka for cash. owner leaving city.
Address W. M.. News-Times.
FOR SALR OK RFNT A line manu
facturing plant, good brick build
ings. 3 3.000 square feet floor space.
Ft cam heated, well-lighted, operated
bv never failing water povi?( located
New Yoik Central Line- ad Grand
Trunk. John J. Sch.dier. Agent,
MUhawaka, lnd.
Telephone Yotff Items
to The News-Times
123 5. Main Street
Bell 10; Horns 118.
Cnrl Wilke Monday received an in
teresting account of a. bear hunt. In
which Walter Stickler, a former
Mishawaka n, took a leading part.
Mr. stickler is now located at Marcell.
Wis., and had been told that a bear
had been seen prowling areund the
neighborhood of the resort which he
manages. One morning- recently a
g-uest of Mr. Stickler's reported that
be had been chased by master bruin.
Stickler and a guide started in pur
suit of the enemy which was found
lurking in th neighborhood. A shot
was sent into his system, but the re
sult was hardly what the hunter
anticipated. Rruln displayed some
temper and made a hurried sprint to
tho nearest tree, which he mounted.
In his new position he afforded an
exeellent target and another heavy
charge of shut found the vital spot
in his anatomy and brought his bear
ship to the ground dead, Mr. stickler
having done the shooting.
The nightly offerings at the Prin
cess theater continue to draw im
mense crowds, and Monday the place
was literally Jammed from the time
the doors opened until the closing
hour. The pictures shown at this
popular playhouse are always good,
but last night's series were exception
ally so. Charlie Chaplin, the versa
tile Knglish comedian, is featured at
the Princess every Monday night, and
this alone is sullicient to draw from
all parts of the city. However, he had
splendid company last night, the other
tilms being of a high class and most
interesting character. Under . the
management of George longer, Mish
awaka's two playhouses get tho best
of their standard, and that his efforts
are appreciated is evident from his
large clientele.
The condition of Rdward Klein. K.
Ninth st., is somewhat improved.
George Senger. manager of the Cen
tury theater, spent Tuesday in Chi
cago. G. Pulitzer of New York spent
Tuesday in this city.
The condition of Mrs. Mary LaHom
mctlieu, who recently underwent an
operation for appendicitis, is much
Mrs. Henry Gellesky and son. Karl,
of Jackson, Mich., are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wachs, X. Main
Mrs. Walter Knoblock. 1Z. First st.,
Is quite ill.
Wilfred, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Stoeckinger, who underwent
one of the most serious operations
ever performed in tho St. Joseph's
hospital. Is somewhat improved.
Miss June Patch left Tuesday morn
ing for a visit with relatives at Cold
water, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin G. Andrew,
Barnesboro, Pa., are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Alvin Scott.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Raker of
Hiawatha, Kas., arc visiting their
daughter, Mrs. Fred N. Smith, 804
Lincoln Highway, K.
John J. Van Dinter leaves for St.
Johns, lnd., today on a combined
husiness and pleasure trip. He will
be gone for a few days.
Charles A. Ostrom will leave on a
trip to Ontario the latter part of the
present week and will visit Toronto
and Pctersboro, his old home.
i:x ithitaixs for corrLi:.
Mrs. MaJ-y Johnson, X. Mill st
pleasantly entertained a number of
relatives and friends at a reception
Monday evening in honor of Mr. ami
Airs. William Roller, who were mar
ried Saturday afternoon in St. Joseph,
Mich. Airs. Roller was formerly Miss
Ruth Jennings Johnson.
Air. and Airs. Roller will reside in
S-t. Joseph's society desires to thank
all' those who assisted in making it
pleasant for those who attended the
Staats-Verband convention; to the
mayor for his address and to those
who provided automobiles for the trip
to Notre Dame and St. Alary's.
Advt. The Committee.
in:iizi:ii-sTRopi: atitials,
Andred J. Heltzel and Airs. Hattie
I strope were married in South
Rend Saturday afternoon. The groom
is employed at the Mishawaka Woolen
Manufacturing Co. The bride came
to Mishawaka from Wakarusa about
six months ago.
A number of the members of Pelton
Camp 47 SS. AI. W. A. of this city will
motor to Syracuse, Jml., Sundav,
where they will attend the AI. W. A.
Memorial services to be held in that
atti :x di ( ; . ati 1 1 :r I xc.
Rev. L. AI. Fd wards, pastor of the
Methodist Alemorial church, spent
Tuesday at Goshen attending a gath
ering of Goshen district Aletho.list
ministers at the First Alethodist
church of that city. Air. Fdwards
was one of the speakers of the day.
His subject was, 'The Missionary Pro
gram of the Church. "
A meeting of the Women's Alission
circle of the Immanuel Raptist church
will be held W'Ariucsday evening at
the home of Airs. Walter Finch. 533
W. Rattell st.
RritMi stati-lies show l'allin- in
Death Rate,' AI.-o.
LONDON. May 2o. Statistics of
lC'lo just published show the birth
rate in Fa-land and Wales is still
falling, being 2:.: 9 per 10.000. The
death rate is also slightly lower, but
not enough to compensate for the fall
in the birth rate. Fifty-two person?
aged D'o years or over died, of whom
only lo were men.
PKKKsKlLU X. V. Miss
Fmberfehl fractured her arm while
showing her friends some gymnastics
she had seen p.illv Sundav da.
KKMlT't.V. N. Y. Fred AI. Jacgcr
was killtd bt. cause he wanted to
smoke. He let kj the steering gear
of his automobile to light a cigar.
War Brings Climax in
British Temperance
By Philip Everett
LONDON, May 2o. Great Rritnin
was drinking less liquor every year
when the war broke out, but since
the contlict began there ha.- been a
decrease in the amount of beers con
sumed and an increase in the amount
of spirits. Tiie rhc in the sale of
spirits has been due principally to tiie
high wages in the ship building and
other industrial areas.
Right years ago there were H'7,000
convictions for drunkenness in Rut
land and Wales. With the population
steadily increasing in numbers, the
number of convictions had fallen to
DJ.0 0-0 in the year before the war
The effect of the war on convic
tions is net obtainable in liirures. but
since Aug. 1, 1911.- there has bci a
decrtvse in consumption of 00',o0o
barrels ef beer compared with the
same period of HFNlin4. an increase
of 71,000 gallons' of spirits and a de
crease of nearly I'.Ouu.OuO gallons of
An interesting map published here
shows the prevalence of drunkenness
in different parts of England and
Wales. The dark arena of hard drink
ing lie in tho center and north,
especially the latter. Hero, it is to
bo noticed, the consumption of spirits
is highest and the beers' drunk are
heavier, i. e.. contains more alcohol,
than in the south and southeast.
Drunkenness and drinking are
comparatively non-existent on the
east and south coasts; indeed, in all
areas in which agriculture provides
work for most of the people and
where sunshine is greatest. Sunshine
and sobriety go hand in hand in the
Rritish isles.
In these sunny area.'? light beers are
preferred to the heavier beers of the
midland and the much heavier beers
of the north.
In the war districts of the lowlands
of Scotland, as well ,1s in the high
lands', whisky may well be accounted
a national drink.
When in li0 the tax of whisky
was appreciably increased, the num
ber of convictions for the year fell by
The effect was extraordinary
in Scotland, where convictions in the
towns fell by 27 per cent. Until a
few months a'-ro the distilleries had
not recovered from the blow dealt
them in 1000, tho consumption of
whisky having steadily fallen until it
reached 10,000.000 gallons a year.
Apart from outburst.- which are
spasmodic, drunkenness and drinking
are steadily decreasing among all
In Glasgow, where tho whisky is
tho drink. 21,000 persons were ar
rested in 1007 for drunkenness, 1.70G
on Sunday, which is supposed to be a
closed day for the public houses. Tho
1 000 increased whisky duties caused
Glasgow to record 7.000 fewer cases
of drunkenness a year.
In making any sort of comparison
between Scotland and England, how
ever, one must not forget tho differ
ence between the laws of the two
countries. Tho Glasgow police do not
arrest a drunken man if lie can crawl
home or if his friends are willing to
carry him home.
According to the 1011 census,
.1SH.00O persons are diretlv and indi
rectly engaged in the Fnited Kingdom
liquor trade.
OF 120.000 MEN
sul at Constantinople was assassinated
but ollicial continuation is lacking.
Reports from a Swiss source stated
that Rmperor William and Field Alar
shal von Hindcnburg were going to
the Austro-Italian front to lead the
armies of the Teutonic allies against
the Italians, but these received no
credence here.
Austria's initial action by sea and
air along the Adriatic coast, while
causing only slight damage, spread
fear among the civilian population
and thousands are llceing from their
homes in dread of another attack. Tho
following places wore the targets of
the Austrian attacks:
Porto CorsinI, the seaport of Ra
venna; Ancona, Gesi, Potenza Picena,
the Trcmiti Islands, Rarlctta and Ya
renna. At Ancona, where Austrian
ships carried m a two-hour bombard
ment, an Austrian merchant ship ly
ing in the harbor was sunk.
Skirmishing is in progress in the
mountain passes of the Tyrolese Alps
ami especially near the frontier town
of Strassoldo. where the Italian patrol
of cavalry was particularly strong.
A dispatch from Cdine repoined that
the thunder of heavy guns could be
heard from the north beginning at
New Austrian howitzers that were
dragged to the mountain tops several
weeks ago. have been bombarding the
Italian outposts on the Adiue in front
of Rivoli. The Italian guns did not
reply, as the damage from the Aus
trian artillerv was slight.
HxM'et Submarine Activity.
Activity on the part of the Austrian
and German submarines attached to
the Pola and Trieste naval stations is
expected. An Austrian submarine was
seen off Yenice late yesterday and to
day a patrol ship put into Rarlctta
with the news that two submarines of
tho German "F" typo had been seen
far south in the Adriatic looking for
Despite dispatches to Gen. Zupclli,
minister of war. stating that only
small damage had been done by the
Austrian aeroplanes, presn advices say
that a number of civilians were killed
and wounded. At Ancona six n;n
combatants were struck down. Near
that city a moving train was struct by
a bomb, but continued on its Tray.
Italy will probably have to rend
troops into Tripoli to meet the sciiv.".s
situation developing there. Turkish
and German emissaries are g..i.g
among the tribesmen, encouraging
them to rise up against tho Italians.
The war fervor continues strong in
Rome. Premier Salandra's announce
ment that Italy is in the war to a
lir.ish and will not conclude a separate
pence seems to hae met with strong
i ublic approval.
Ahcnt Mimletl Kinployp RoionMble
for Wreck of Troop Train.
CARRISLH. Rnu'land. Alay 2". An
absent-minded man who forgot that
a local train was standing on tho main
line ef the Caledonian railway when a
troop train passed., was responsible
for tho wreck near Gretr.a la.t Sat
urday that resulted in the loss of
nearly 200 lives, according to tcsti
mo?iv given toiliv at tno government
probe Into the disaster.
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Representing the Kriegs-Porthen-schaft
society, which was recently
formed in Vienna to act as sponsor for
Austrian war babies, Alls. Pauline
Krupcr Hamilton, an American wo
man arrived on the Italian liner -'taiii-nalia
from Naples recently.
Although Airs. Hamilton's home is
in San Francisco she has lived in Vi
enna for the last seven years, acting
as court photographer. Airs. Ham
ilton carries letters to Ambassador
Dumba and intends to conduct a
money raising campaign' in this coun
Larrze Number Plan to Msiko Trii to
Michigan City and to Gary
Steel Alills.
South Rcntl Rlks are 1 Ianning on
going in force to the 11th annual re
union of the Indiana State association
to be held at Alichigan Ci:y on Wed
nesday. Thursday and Friday, June 2,
and 1. At the regular weekly meet
ing hold Monday night it was ar
ranged to have at least 40 members of
the lodge in uniform for the parade
on the lirst day of the reunion and al
so to have a band of -0 pieces. It is
expected that between l.ra and I'OO
members will go from the South Rend
The party will leave at S:H0 o'clock
Thuisday morning on a special car
over the Lake Shore railroad and will
arrive at Alichigan City in time for the
parade, which will be held at li:::0.
The parade will include delegations
from all of the RIk lodges n the state,
j together with business floats, lire de
partment, etc. A large lumber of
prizes are being offered fr the best
and the most unique displays.
In the afternoon a stean.t r trip will
be token to Gary where an inspection
wili be marie of the plant of the Fnit
ed S'ates Stee l corporation 'mills. The
return trip will be made by steamer in
time for a band concert and smoker
at Alichigan e'ity at night. It is ex
pected that this will be the largest re
union ever held in tho state and many
of the lodges are striving to send the
largest delegation.
Peter Jairadics Was Within the Law
in Celebrating for Rrotlicr.
Peter Jagadic, 341 f'hapin st., was
arraigned in city court Tuesday morn
ing fer conducting a blind tiger in his
residence over his salom. Ho was
found not guilty, his story that he was
celebrating the return of his brother
from the west being believed by the
Detectives AVolters and Pclinski
were complaining witnesses. They al
leged that when they entered the
premises Jagadbs and seven friends
were in 'an upper room ef the place
drinking beer, and that Jairadics ad
mitted selling a small amount to his
guests. The detectives seized several
be.tt'es and live eases of beer as evi
dene e.
rug Di:Li:it rii:n.
AIRham Risha. a Persian, was lined
$11 in city court Tuesday morning
for peddling oriental rugs in the city
without a license. He claimed that
ho was looking for a place to secure
rooias when arrested.
Accrsi:i rv ;h:r.
Rouben Ft ffermari. 720 W. Pivision
Ft., was arrested Tuesday morning' for
ciime ef a statutory r. ature. The
complainant was Rebecca. Shavcl. -'1
vt ai s dd. He will be arraigne d in
citv court Tuesday morning.
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try in behalf of the destitute babies.
"The war babies of Austria are the
legitimate children of Austrian sol
diers." said Airs. Hamilton.
The picture shows Rosa Zcr.oeh;
heroine of Austrian battlefields, who
is endeared to her country throuuh
her deeds of heroism, and is known as
the Jeanne d'Arc of Austria. She was
shot in the left leg while mercifully
ministering to her countrymen by
carrying water to troops. The limb
was amputated. For her valor, she
was visited and decorated by Rmperor
.Michigan St. Alenhanl Said to Place
Liabilities at $21,00(1 am! A-scts
at Slo.OOO.
A voluntary petition in bankruptcy
has been Jiled by Samuel S. Straus in
the United Slates district court at In
dianapolis. Air. Straus has bet n in
business in this city for live months,
during which time he has condiu ted a
woman's ready-to-wear and millinery
store at :'. o 1 s. Alichigan st. U is
said that he places his liabilities at
apprerximately .21,ui0 and his assets
at 15, coo.
Rids for two pavements were open
ed at the regular meeting of the
board ef public w orks Tu .-day morn
ing. These were for puv ments on
Rowman and Fellows sts. These were
turned over to City Rngineer Ander
son feir tabulation and will be report
ed back to the board at tonight's
mee ting.
A plat at IrvingtoTi, a new addition
to the city, was approved. The new
additirm is in the south part of the
An assessment roll for a pipe sewer
in Alilton av. from High to Miami
was tiled.
The be.ard adopted a resolution
calling for a grad curb and sidewalk
on Hill st.. from Corby to Howard.
Proposed pavements at I:;qbi ang
er st., Fulton et., and Alb n st.. will
be considered by tho board at to
night's meeting, as will also the- pcti
tieui tiled recently by rc-PP nts of
Franklin st.. for a pavement.
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Other ebe,-. s ,.f ma matt, r are not
effected by the order.
rt ii-w vci-tp 1 i-r
T' f ! V I. -.rit7.-.rl'n,l t.v ". 1 O!!-
1 onn.,!i.,.r.nH nt was tna.le todaV
u-,t fen r.( rvA-in a - ' - t ro -H unga ria n
I.U OOi"M,.- o .-w - - ' - -
and Italian governments had pb dged
V,,.,.lcr.le. s to rec,.,,, ? to. reutrabtv ef
SJvit7f rb-ind.
M't CIIIVCTON' )lou r. Ttatt- t,-i.
M.. lli1ii .'I fc . i 1.1 . , 1 .
... .t . . .,- .1.. . ... the.r a.e ro.iiar.t .
uay eamtai rue i'o,-,u e ae ,: , a.,j lh,. ,hot k cau-d by
iaai p-i ei po,, ci -' ' auch.'.rire ,.f the weapon is n- :tral
i n to stjiti s and tnat country nasi , . , . .
been suspended temporarily. by an a r u; am m tn, t mi t:.,: co,s
Postmaster Gen. Rurb-son immedi- n-t eonta.n , bore,
atelv notiiieJ all postmaste r that. In South Att ica ' ''- h; '', " ;
until further notice, they shall not p.c 1 Vv C ,h'1 l"
' ...t ,.,rc,1 00, t matter for Italv "ti 0 nr.r.of cut it with a saw without
Food-Drinkf clrT" - A T t
Nourishing 4- -ri, ' '1rctzT:2r., . :
Delicious S -VT- - . V'CT . --t i '' : r'fFrj
Digestible VV
AUUoteUand v4?
Cafts UnleftA you y "HORUCK's" sou toay ct a uititutu
War Proves Effective Crimp to
Trans-Atlantic Travel,
Say Agents.
Ry it ttir lHliott.
VAS!n.TiN, May Tho ex-
odtiS from Washington for the rimir.or
this .tr will tarry but few Wah!r.g
tonians to Rurcpc.
I'saally by thi-? titne thse w h crn-
rally go a! ro id hao left tl.e r.inks
of sotaery and otticialibuu depleted.
Rut not si th.is ytar. The war is th
cause. Europe's playgrounds have
1. . n turntd into battle :;eb;s and its
liott'.s at;,! vilbis into hospitals.
tii'- A:nt rican traehr. be he the first
trip tourist, or the frt-patnt isitor,
1. jus? rejuain within hl own domain,
lie must content hi:r. If with what is
affoided on this sbb of the "pond."
Cor if he attempts to ,ro-s he will
trra ro a body of water row ehart-I
into war ;:cnes. ,!otted w;th tb-ating
mir.e.- and itil't stt d with deadly sub
marines. It is this probably more
than anything else tb. st maks the
wouid-bo oyagr tiun'.; twice before
cnjba rl-.in. I'oj- the man who ftars
mtiit' of these tin re i an alme.t
insurmountable ! i.ui' r r et(d by no
less a person than 1 : I'nele Sam.
State ! parlnieiit lntcrl'cn .
The dfj'aitnniU of state has put
into ffect a rule no to issue passports
exctpt to tho-e trat!ir:g en urgent
business. Stta.mship au. at- lo re are
comidaining f bus;m s this car.
Th ir book I e.
tin v
i . ha e been
reduced te almo-t nothing, t'.iere is n-
visible prospei t of ati i!U-ro ment
during this samm r. T!i" only t us-
ttuners tills y. af. tbe m;
a: tn's
persons whose business abroad is 'ni
pt rativo.
Agents of the gr. at t ra u - - A 1 1 a n 1 5 e
lines all ocr the Fr.iti 1 .State.-. s.v
those here ar. lur ira: similar expe
riences. This situation. bow.-er. will
r suit to the proat of the l'nit d St ites
for instead of. taking s 7 r.e.eec.ei.,. in
imhl abroad., as Ins be 1 n th annv.a!
euTfun for ;. ears. Americans w i'.l 5
coiai.lbd to "m e AmtiP.i btst." t
acquaint d with their own .oui.tr,
and spend tin ir gold here.
Foreigners who coiee to the Frutcd
?t:'t.'S seem to be fa orablv i : : : re-- !
with the "show." so there's no n asn
why ib' native sbould tin:'.1.-: it other
than "lint half bad."
Ami rican departures for Rurope .or
the meinth of May ate not expected by
local aurnts to cm . ed 1 2. The
bookln-s for .May last year were
So far the advance tioopimis for
! Alav. Jam ami July oun'-iiiol indi
Icato that thty will J)"t equal the nor
mal bookings for one month in peace
1 times. m
In the firs-t four months 01 last xear
le.e.Tpn pa.-st 111:1 rs ware attiaettal to
R.ri TVilin and 'he Riviera. Tho
grand t -tal for all Ri:rop an points
for the same period this ar was
enlv 4.".0:;o.
m arising. take several dcp
breaths (always in a well-aired room
or out-of-doo!si. Praw in your
breath, for four or !'ive seconds, then
hold it for the same length of time.
Then bt teat your breath slowly. Tc
these things several times et ry morn
ing. Sing bt tore moils rather thar.
after nuals. If yon a t e . a lirarty rater
wait at bast an lmur after eating
Tin n sing -int!y. at bust, until youi
oire "warms up." and you feel that
von can sing easily. I o not square
your shoulders, but stand at tase
upright and with our head slightlv
throw ji bail;. You must br. ath
easilv. for good singing is fully one-,
half" good breathing. A simple tesl
for breath-control is this: R. .hi soome
book vent kneov well and after takim
a good, long breath, read aloud. I
no7 drawl and do not hurry. Rea.
easilv and in the torn- you u"-o w her
talking to your frbnds. lake youi
watch in hand ami see how many '-f
mds yon can continue reading with
out tab. iir." breath. Von should b
able to read "i s ends em on" prcath
If you cannot do this you need brtath
ing exerp;---' s.
If possible, arrange your affairs se
that you can sing for a f e w minutes
no b . -s than 1 r and no moore than 2 r
tint tinier a. dar'. morning, afte r-
noon and , tiim'. If y o i cannot U
this, have a rest o r some re.-reatior
alter '.oui' dav'-' wot i. b foi- ou he
gin to" sing. If your work l-;c, ps o
much ii .d..ors. a shui wall; i th-ln-q
r pera'ion for -ipging. 1'". at
tiie eT'd of the tlay. you are ten, tir'
to v.alk. lie dov.n in a well-nind i""n
au.d 1-' lax omph ! 'y 1 ill v. . 11 r ted.
Woman's W u Id for June.
A burglar nt b'in- or.e ib.gb? re
ce iitl.V. tumbled n-ii-i b ssly at the l,ev.
hole aval bu himvlf in " itb'-.ut mak
ing a sound. lb- was about to 1 re. r
softie upstairs when his wife appear,
ed o"n th'- upper landing. "Mike.'
said she. "what makes ye come in sr
': )l bb'TUe it." belbcved J ) ,V.T'
glar, "I tl.ou.ht I was :n ;i:auh."r
pro! ably the h"t!es e-ouutiv ":: e,rth.
Th" t'a r - a:oaa ! r has fegi-te r. . '.
d gre. s in tip- sun in Ma-at and l'"7
. b gre-t s v n a? i:ig'nt.
I i-om tla- Potomac rivi r to the
Main---' 'a !:ad ia n bord. r thre are only
two countii s tf all thr- states wliith
cannot boas' a sir.gb- mab- of j.iilretad.
T'u.-e aro Pulton c- untv. iu southern
Rennsv 1. mpVl. and l' mlb. 'en '.Jtity.
in WeVt V
Ti. Iti It. a have a new- American
van -ebb h tla v are Us.ng to arm
It is loaded in th.
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