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OUTII B1SM1D NEWS -TIME
.THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1915. APPRAISEMENT SI BE EXCESSIVE Reduction is Predicted by Mem ber of Board of Review at Elkhart. s-;iM Mr. l.icr t;t.-k running Mr. iJvn- r.LK 1 I AUT. in.!.. July 1. That tho county board of tax review will make a 'cn ral cut of 2." j,or cent in the api'raisoruent of imuruvel farm land.-? of (or;nrl township is thf pro (iiction of Loins A. I rnKrt, a im-mhcr of t)ic boartl. who .s.i;i Wednesday morning that lie hlicvcl that all mnnlrs "f tho hoard were unanl inouMy in favor of taking .s.i'h an ac tion. Th as-'slur's originally report ed Kain in Concord realty outbid' the city was .".. T j r rent. "Y ha: fouml that most of tho unlrnprofd farm lands wr- ap praised about riirht. but .sonn-body went up in the air whrn th-y ;ip- prais"d tin- improvenu nts," Ijonncrt. "Tin- board has a mighty on hari'l but -vtrythin k smoothly now." ntinud nrt. "an.i by the time through I think that everybody will be j-atishi d." Tuesday the board ?avo its special attention to riinton town-hip com plaints and according t Mr. Iennert the appraisements made in that town ship were found to be about ri.nht. The pain in Clinton realty is L'l" per Cent. rian.T for the Municipal band's Fourth of July celebration at Island park Saturday afternoon and evening have been completed. In addition to band concerts and danrins noth afternoon and evening, many contf.-ts hae been arranged. To the best impersonator of Charles Chap-in, the f amour, scn-en comedian, an order for a libe ral ouantity of mer chandise will be plven. There will be boys' and girls' run ning races, a fat man's rac a three 1 rare, and a quoit pitching con test. Winners will be awarded appro priate prizes. All tho.ve d siring to tal;e part in any or all of the contests are request ed to write or call on Tyrus .chuler. secretary of the Municipal band, at the Micks' Jewelry store. No entrance fM will be charged and the only stip ulation is that applicants record their names by Friday niht. Three teams rind six or seven men are employed in excavating for the new Menr.onite lirethren in Christ church, which is to be erected on the site of the former structure at Ninth st. and Rlalne av. As next Monday has been set aside as the day for placing the concrete basement wall, a Kcmrnl call has been issued to the congregation to work that day. Fvery able-bodied member is ur.ucd to donate Ins service on that day. It ir, expert 'd that the new struct ure, which will cost about $.".,000, will be completed in October. J. C. Pon traer is the peneral contractor. Jiev. H. M. Metzper is the pastor. The marriage of John C. Stuck, a well known citizen of Elkhart, and Mrs. Angelina Cherry Ilireh of Koko nm, Tuesday was the culmination oT a romance that had ebbed over 40 years apo, before the llm marriage of. cith er of the principals. dr. h'tuck's bride has innumerable f i lends In this city, which w as her heme ior 2f years prior to her mar ri.ac two decades ao to the Iiev. Mr. Firch, a prominent Methodist divine, who about a year after their marrinKc. She rontinuo'I to make her home at Kokomo, but will now ' omo to I'lkhart to be the mistress of the Stuck home at 4 02 S Second St., after the bridal couple pays a visit to Mr. .-tuck's sister in an Iowa town. The marriage Tuesday took place at the home of Rev. Dr. XV. D. I'arr and family fi lends to both principals for over L'5 years' standing. Dr. Parr con ducted the service. Jt.dKO Ilarman held court in vaca tion Wednesday to dispose of a iium bcr in' case.s that were started in the last term and were not concluded. J. . Hoover, by Judtre Harman's derkaon. won a victory over the city i-i his contention that the fo.iuer board of public works bad apprais.d bis- property, lot 1 " 4 Bt ardslry's .-,re-wivi South and Western addition.:, too mu h for tb.e paving of Vistula st. Judi;e Ilarman ordered Mr. Hoover'.? assessment reducer from $."l!7.4 lo Jc a saving to Mr. Hoover of and ordered the amount de ducted assessed fund of the city. MS BATTLING Of HISTORIC GROUNDS against the general Mrs. Ada Vod r of Mnldlcbury Wednesday tiid suit in the circuit court for divorce from David Voder. They wrre marrieil Jan. 1, ls:l, and have sevri children. Cruel treatment is alleged. MISSION PLANS OUTING Workers ami Friends Will Visit Mich I. san City, July 13. Arrangements have been completed for the first annual nicnic of the City Mission workers and friends, to be held at Michitran City July I?,. The feature of the day will be an old fash- ioned dinner to be served by tne mis sion. Games and contests under the direction of .Supt. Kay A. Bird of the mission will be staged. There will bo three special cars over the Northern Indiana line and probably 200 will at tend the picnic. GOSHEN MAN IS INJURED T jc.lcnn !vyV is Thrown on Cement Floor When Scaffold Falls. Special to The News-Times. (JOSH FN, Ind.. July 1. CJIenn Kyle. :;0 years old .a factory employe here, was fatally injured late Wed nesday afternoon when working1 with his father, C.eorg-e Kyle, a carpenter, on the roof of a silo at the farm of Harry (Jreene. west of Goshen. The scaffolding on which the two men were standing gave way and young Kyle plunged 2 4 feet, striking on a cement floor. He has concession of the brain and one arm and one hip were broken. Doctors at Goshen hos pital Wednesday night said he would die. Way Between Grado and Tri este Is Rich in Legendary Lore. P.y Victor Flliott. WASHINGTON, July 1. With the Italian army of invasion hammer- ( ing its way through Austria in an at tempt to capture Triest. the bone of contention in the diplomatic negotia tions preceding the war between the two countries, interest naturally cen ters in the characteristics of the thea ter of operations. In the "war primer" of the Na tional Geographic society there is a delightful description of the strange path which lies before the invading Italians to Austria's richest part. "The way between Grado and Triest." says the primer, "lies through a remarkable country. Many chapters of little-known, but fascinating his tory are associated with this coastal strip at the head of the Adriatic, and its legendar.v lore is as rich as that of Cranada. Wealthy Unmans built their villas along this way during the days of the empire, and to this re gion many wars have sent eddies, whose memories have dimmed to for getfiilness beside the main struggles fought on other fields. "In peaceful times, a small steamer, besides the railway, furnished com munication between Grado and Triest. From the plain of the Isonzo. the way rises teadily to Nabresina, and from Nabresina falls as steadily to the plain of Triest. In the uplands, the viaducts wind in giant coils over the rugged slopes, and on every hand are panor amic picture common to broken country. The climate is languorously southern. The grey limestone breaks through the vegetation in great mass- es. and the way is liberally sprinkled with stone quarries, whose numerous pits and galleries pierce deep into the rocks, and whose enormous debris ac- Icentuate the pock marks of the hills. J This torn land lies immediately before 'the advancing Italians. i "Water-worn holes In the porous ! rock, and mysterious grottoes and mouths to the underworld, character istic of the Istrian region, are found here. "Added to the difTieulties of the way are many funnel-shaped depressions ! which occur in the midst of the reg- ' ular slopes, often several hundred feet across and 200 feet deep. i "There is a wonderful maze of nar row abysses, hollows, pits, caves, grottoes, and quarries worked from ancient times, scattered over this path from Aquileia and Grado to .Trieste and its shattered bav." THREE CARS LEAVE TRACKS Conductor on Grand Trunk Train Has Clo-c Call. The conductor on an cast bound ex tra freight train on the Grand Trunk Western railroad had a close call Wednesday when three cars, which were only two cars from him. left tho tracks and went into the ditch. The accident happened about 100 feet east of the bridge over the St. Joseph river. Two cars were thrown over the em bankment and were completely demol ished. Th accident was caused by a defective air hose which refused to set the break. PUPILS PRESENT PROGRAM Students of Mrs. Wilhcrt Mctgcr Ap pear in KecitaJ. A number of pleasing selections were given at the piano recital last evening by the pupils of Mrs. Wilbert Metzger at her home near Granger. Those taking part were the Misses Violet Zaehnle. Ruth and Cora Van-no?.-;. Mary Casey. Dorothy Dick, Kuth Pruitt. Aiia Iandgraf and Master Har old Fruitt. After the program light refreshments were served hy Mrs. Metzger. Store Closed Ail Day Monday, July 5th P Jr ypinwiiaao.w Come and See (is- July Clearance Sale EMPLOYES HAVE OUTING Workers at Claucr Jewelry Store Spend Day at Lake. The employes of the Clauer jewelry store enjoyed an all day picnic at Hudson lake Wednesday. A party of 15 made the trip by automobile. A dinner was .served at noon at Fisher a and the afternoon was spent with var ious outdoor amusements. Dancing was the feature of the evening. iiFWTiFrii aut nfi:im:voi;k. Kmbroider your Xmas gifts during your summer vacation. The new lloyal Society package line just received at Mrs. M. A. Fra lick's, 1 ;U N. Main st. See window. Advt. rnoTFCTFD iiomi: cmcin PI CMC. Old fashioned picnic. Indian lake. July 5. Hound trip and dinner $1.0.". : Special train leaves over the M. C. at : a. m. Protected Home iCrcle. Advt. ITU sali:. At a great, bargain, a dne cottage at Diamond lake. Will trade for city j property. Dr. J. Durke, Optic'an, 200 S. Michigan st. Advt. s 7fT SOAP Pure a&id a? ;A Penetrates every thread of the fabric lecvtaa it wcet and dean Is Now On To reduce stocks is the July Clearance Sale object. Summer stocks are reduced the sharpest of any Wyman Sale event. Its our Annual "Clean Up" to make room for Fall Merchandise. without slightest injury. the f I Cc!J crwarm water without boillna Children's, Juniors' and Misses' Corsets and Corset Waists Ferris Waists for Children are here in several different styles. Sizes as follows: For Children 6 to 12 50c For Juniors 11 to 17 75c For Misses 16 to 201.00 Many women desiring a comfortable and cool corset for summer wear the Ferris Waists. We have them at $1.00, in several styles for women. ' Corsets for the Miss in three different styles at $1.00. Perfection Waists. Children's sizes 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 25c each. Misses' sizes 12, 14 and 16, at 25c each. Mid-Summer Ji lid, ll NEWLY shaped and of new materials are the late "summery" hats. The late Pill Box Turbans effectively trimmed with wings. Cretonne crowns and facings in smart effects. New Taffeta Hats. Black Velvet crowns and facings used with Pana mas, Hemps and other braids. These are a few of the "just arrived" mid-summer hats. The "Tarns" White Cordurov "Tarns" $1.00 and $4.00. Black Velvet Tarns $1.50 to $4.00. Sport Hats. In Gabardine, Corded, Felt and Linen Crushers, 50c, 75c and $1.00. ' ' iFublic Drug Storel The Hub Clothiers nfifs S otes Aco. 124 N. Michigan St 3i7 s. Michigan st. 125 North Michigan St. p The Cut Rate Drug Store" 75c Men's Union suits 4S0 Four Doors North Ellsworth g.m i iiiiw. 1 ' i n i " ..' ' .' ii am fi. niaivM i 1'uu i i i i ii 1 1. ) i Mvaw an i i n i iu " i w I i , m tmm Km i t i i i ii.i . r i. ) - iii ii i-i i- - ri i ' i tiimil minim iitiira hmi it mmm i u mi.i nil. ili.ii. timm iium ilmi rm tm m in nrrnn-iiiuM . i ill mi ! m :adler brothers: Society; Brand and Hirsh-Wiclcwire Clothes Manhattan Shirts The Event You Men Have Been Waiting for OUR (Dili D T1 ra T" Starts Fridlay5 Je!y 2ed9 A, M You can get your new suit for the Fourth at Sale Prices. Never mind the why's and wherefores but come and take your unrestricted choice of any suit in the house. Society Brand and H.rsh-Wichwira Suits and other well known makes at a fraction of their real worth. The opportune tim3, the excellent assortments make this sale of first import ance to every economical man. Of course you must be here early for first choice. 320, $22.50 and $25 Suits at $15 and $18 Suits at 310 and $12 Suits at il t I 1 n j . LmI -- I, , x, Palm Beach Suits, the Ideal Summer Suit $5, $7.50, $8, $10, $12, $15, $18 to k 1 Menfs Straw Hats $1.50 to $3.00 Men's Union Suits $1.00 to $3.00 Boys' Wash Suits 50c to $2.45 S'tiU Outing Hats 50c to $1.00 Men's Silk Hose 50c and 75c Boys' Ratine Hats 50c Lj Silk Shirts $3.00 to $6.00 Women's Silk Hose 75c and $1.00 Children's Straw Hats 50c, $1.00, $1.50 Manhattan Shirts $1.50 to $3.00 Men's Fibre Silk Hose Special 29c Bathing Suits 50c to $3.00 IB O 1 Ji JL Mich i S a n and W ashindton Since 1 884 Entrances 107-109 South Michigan and 108 West Washington Ave. Notre Dame University BRANCHES Culver Military Acadamy. mmmmm mmmm iiBiwwwmu niiw i xpmn.n mwi mmfimmtmimwmKm h i i m i in. m i i m pi h if t . . . , - - i-- 1 1 1 1 i i ' . LI - .;.i.i,Jir Z. 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