THE SOUTH BEND NEVS-TIMES
nil'HSDAY, m.Y I. 191.-..
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123 S. Main Street
Bell 10; Home US.
womax's Mnosr: i:ntf.ktains.
Tho Woman's I.val Moso enter
tain: with a card party Vc!nlay
afternoon at the lodsc rooms. A
most intr-st:nir tirnf was s;.rnt. Mrs.
Summit winniru' ?iit ir.ze and Mrs-
! red i ost. yvnd.
TELLS OF SETTLEMENT
WORKERS III GHIGAGO
Miss Hyr.dman, General Super
intendent of the Aiken Insti
tute, Addresses Ladies' Mis
Tho ofn rmetin of t r- Irnlios
Missionary society of the Fir .-a i: ipti.n
church We-in lay niht was v 11 at
tended. After the trans. u tion of rou
tine business. Miss .Mary Ilyrulm.m
Kiive a lTiCat inspirational talk on
Chri.-tia.ri sc tt'f ment work. Miss Hynd
uiun ia general superintendent of the
Aiken institute of Chicago, and in th
rmir.se of her remarks tra .l the
growth of the work in which .vhe i
-nf?ai;el. The Aiken institute a few
yearn au'o v. a? a ehureh riht in the
heart of one of the linest re.-idtUlal
d j.-uricts of Chicago, mit as in the ease
of m rnrtny other districts, the fac
tories came in with their hordes of
working people, most of them for-
eineis, and the residents moed
away. Soon after Aunt I,izzio Aikei 's
death, to whom this Aiken institute
is dedicated, and who vas the most
active member of this once Ilaptist
church, the church was left deserted
owlnic to the new conditions.
Two years ago settlement work was
eommenred in this Fame huildins "with
only volunteers in charge, and today
is one of the most prominent insti
tutions of its kind in the country. In
the kitchen garden department model
housekeeping taught to irls ranf,'
inic between six and ten years old. A
complete outfit for this work was
Kivcn to the institute at Christmas
time miniature furnishings for the
kitehen. dining room and hed room
bein used to teach these Kirls how to
In addition. hammock weaving,
hasketry, scwintr. carpentry, head
work and kite making are tar.frht by
the best of teachers. There are alio
special classes for men every Tuesday
nitht In electricity, instrumental iuu
i ic, I'nlish, mechanical drawing,
penmanship and aritlimetic. Miss
Hyndman stated that the aire-ate
number of individuals that they camo
in touch with each week was 1.713.
The creeds represented are: Jews.
.1:: percent; Catholics, :;i percent; no
t reed, 21 percent; Protestants, 15 per
cent. A fine musical program featured
the entertainment. Dainty refresh
ments were served.
WEDS GRACE BATTLES
Tile last June wedding of the sea
son was .solemnized Wednesday after
noon at I o'clock, when Miss Grace
battles was united in marriage to
Walter sehalliol, at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. p?l-
h rt Rattles, four miles southweM of
the city. The ceremony was per
formed in the presence of CO guests
by th- Rev. Paul Urob.
The bride was prettily attired in a
frown f whit orcandie, trirumetl in
lace and ribbons and carried j. bou
quet of white daisies.
.Mr. halliol Is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. August S'ehalliol of Klondykfc
and is manager of the Klondyke tele
phone exchange. Miss I'.attles Is well
known and has many friends in this
A wedding dinner was served at the
home of the bride's parents y the
bride's two sisters, the Misses Ituth
and Ruby Hattles. Covers were laid
Mr. and Mrs. Schalliol will reside
one-fourth of a mlio south of Klondyke.
"POPULAR SONG CONCERT"
FOR NORTH SIDE FRIDAY
REDMEN TO OBSERVE
PIIOTTIST AGAINST ASSFSSMFA'T.
KiRht property owners of the north
side, headed by Robert Schellinprer,
waited on the board of review Wed-.n.-sday
to protest against the valua
tion placed on their property by the
assessors. Mr. chellinper argued
that the assessment of $100 per front
foot was too hifh and asked for a re
duction. The board, however, claim
ed that land on the north side of the
river was worth that much, and al
lowed the figure to stand.
A merry party of fishermen left the
eity shortlv after daybreak this morn
ing enroute to Klinger lake. Mich.,
where they will spend the day hunt
ing the elusive bass. The journey is
being made in Charlie Ostrom's new
automobile, and those in the party
were Charles A. Ostrom, O. K. ring,
Joseph do T.orenzi, F. R. Ilhcrhart.
Ralph Jcrnt'Kan. 1 A. Vowt and I. J.
Thomas. They will return this evening.
(;xn to Mr.MPins. miciiicav.
Mrs. R. W. Caylor and Mrs. P. il.
Ilubcr ami daughters have pone to
Memphis, Mich.. where they will
Impend several weeks as guests of Mr.
und Mrs. A. J. Raymond, Mrs. lluber's
The Mishawaka tribe. Improved
Order oi Hedmen, have moved their
wigwam from Winey's hall on the
north side to the iMxon hall, f?. Main
st. Arrangements have been com
pleted for the installation of officers,
which will be held Tuesday evening.
The officers of the Mishawaka Hay
loft, a branch of the R'lmen, will
also be installed. Deputy Grand
Sachem Pert Wolfe will act as the in
stalling officer. The officers for the
Redmen to be installed are as fol
lows: D. J. Kemble, prophet; Charles
Potts, sachem: Kdward Kuhn, senior
sagamore; August Kuhn, junior saga
more; Charles Disch. chief of rec
ords; Adrian Myers, keeper of warn
pon; Pert Robbins, trustee. The o 1 II -cers
of the Haymakers are: Charles
Potts, past chief haymaker; Glen
Cork, chief haymaker: August Kuhn,
assistant chief haymaker; Max Gold
man overseer; Charles Disch. col
lector of straws, and Adrian Myers,
keeper of bundles.
After the business session refresh
ments will be served.
nirrrnxs from vacation.
Bruce Huff, P. Hill Ft., returned
Wednesday afternoon from a two
weeks' visit to Denver and other Col
orado cities. Mrs. Grace Rohleder,
who accompanied Mr. Huff, will re
main for the summer with friends in
Colorado. Mr. Huff told friends here
that he climbed Pike's peak to the
top. Over six hours were required
in walking the mountain.
The South Side Reading circle met
Wt "nesday afternoon at tlie residence
of Mrs. Rtfie Mason. I-:. Third st.
Routine business was attended to, In
cluding election of officers', as follows:
Mrs. Walter Mills, president; Mrs. Ed
ward Cooper, vice president; Mrs.
Charles Walters, secretary, and Mrs.
Will Mil os, treasurer. A social hour
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Smith and
daughters. r27 Lincoln highway W.,
will leave Thursday morning for an
automobile trip to Alma and other
points in central Michigan. They will
bo gone about 10 days.
Mis. C. M. Morgan. 21 o S. Churo
st., has left for New York city to
spend several weeks with relatives.
Miss Andra Thomas of Hartford,
Mich., is in tv city the guest of her
sister, Mrs. II. Walter, N. West st.
Pen liner has returned from a bus
iness trip to Chicago.
Charles J. Alwino has returned to
Klkhart after visiting with I II.
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Scott and Mr.
and Mrs. W. V. Palmer of Tioso, Ind.,
are in the citv for a visit with Mr.
and Mrs. R II. Palmer, S14 S. Main st.
The north side band concert Fri
day evening by the Woolen Co. band
will be a popular song concert all
popular, catchy hits. A number of the
north side business men have request
ed a concert of this kind, and among
a number that will be plaved are:
"Mary, You're a Pit Old-Fashioned,"
"Allele." "The Good Ship Mary Ann."
"When Its Apple Dlosom Time in
Normandy," "What D'ye Mean You
I-ost Your Doer." "Sunshine and
Roses," "Sailing Down the Chesa
peake Liav." "Rebecca of Sunnvl.rook
Farm." "All Aboard For Dixie Larvl,"
"In a Hose C.arden." "Tip-Top Tip-
perary Mary" and "I'm on My Way
to Dublin Pav."
Peing the last conceit before the
Foerth of July, the program will also
include a number of patriotic airs:
"Hail Columbia," "Yankee Doodle."
"Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean,"
"America." "Marvland. Mv Maryland,"
"Dixie Rand" and "The Star Spangled
Hanner." The program follows:
March, "Salute to Washington."
Kiefer; overture, "The Iron Count."
King: waltz. "Sound From the Xorth."
Zikolf; cornet duet, "Jennie Polka."
Mackey-Royer. James Reard and Kd
opelt; medley, "Remick's Hits."
Lampe; march. "Grandioso," R. F.
Seitz; waltz song "In a Rose Garden,"
Crosby; two step "Tip-Top Tipperary
Tnrv " Corrall one-sten "Pin on Mv
Way to Dublin Pay." Murphy: Xa- i j
lional melodies and "Star Spanskd
Hanner," P. Prooks.
PRINCIPAL OF MAIN
SCHOOL WEDS TEACHER
Harrison A. Moran and Miss Maude
Monroe, both of Mishawaka. were
married at the home of Fran' Rice,
at Xorth Liberty, Wednesday evening
at C o'clock. The wedding was a quiet
Mr. Moran is the principal of the
Main school, Mishawaka. and the
bride wa-s formerly teacher of the
seventh grade of the Rattell school.
Mr. and Mrs. Moran will be at
home after Aug. 1. in Osceola.
Yitagrapli Drama in Tiinr Pans
"The Silent Plea"
Fcaturiiii; FDITH STORF.Y. Harry
Morvy, pouahl Rail, Helen Connelly,
Mary AnderMHi. Malcolm ltogg,
Denton Vance and filuanl Flkas.
"The Green Cat"
Worhl's IMuuihv-t CoMKtlian.
HOLD VKNNY SOCIAL.
The Indies Aid society of the Png
lish Lutheran church held a success
ful penny social Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. C. K. Johnson. X. Main st., will
entertain the aid society in two
WHY pay 8 0 cents per hundred for
lire insurance when you can get it
for 50 cents? L. F. Purke, 820 17th
st P.iver Park.
FOR SALK House and lot, at 117 X".
Hill st. Modern conveniences, R. E.
Perkins, exr., P. Lincoln high
way. Home phone 106.
FOR REXT Modern front brick
flat. Inquire 223 S. Spring st.
Money deposited before
July 12th draws 4'.'- inter
est from July 1st.
l y uit
pccnaii Jr n ir May
JULY 2nd and 3rd.
Men's 25c Silk Lisle Hose, 2 pair for. 25c
Men's 75c Union Suits, Ribbed, Mesh,
Men's $1.00 "Otis" Union Suits, white
and cream 75c
Men's 75c Dress Shirts with detached
collars to match; white and colors. 38c
Men's SOc Work Shirts, blue, khaki and
Men's 75c Black Sateen Shirts 45c
Men's $2.50 Dress Pants $1.98
Men's $5.00 Panama Hats $3.50
Men's $2.50 Straw aHts, all styles, $1.50
Men's Silk Hats and Caps 45c
Men's $2.50 Elk Shoes, black and tan,
Men's Tennis Slippers, white with white
rubber sole 85c
Men's $2.50 Work and Dress Shoes, lace
and button, black and tan $1.98
Men's $4.00 Rubber and Leather Sole
Boys' 25c Union Suits, ribbed and mesh,
PREMIUMS GIVEN FREE
Boys' Khaki Pants, all sizes 4Sc
Beautiful Assortment of Middies, all new
and fresh, white and Palm Beach, at
50c and S8c
Dress Skirts to match Middies $1,00
$1.00 Gowns, all styles, beautifully trim
med, at 50c
50c Gowns of good quality muslin. . .29c
50c Corset Covers, nicely trimmed. .25c
$1.50 Envelope Combinations, some with
lace sleeves. Special 98c
$1.50 Beautiful White Petticoats 98c
$1.50 Shut Waists, all new. Special. .98c
16-Button Silk Lisle Gloves 39c
"Hil!" 36-inch Bleached Sheeting, 12c
grade, 10 yards for 85c
"Pepperell" 36-inch Unbleached 10c
Sheeting, 10 yards for 69c
36-inch Best Quality 12 Vic Percales, light
and dark colors, per yard lAz
$1.50 American Lady Corsets 83c
50c Brassiers, embroidery trimmed . . . 23c
75c Fancy Lace Brassieres 39c
ASK FOR TRADING STAMPS
FOR SALE OK RENT A fine manu
facturing plant, good brick build
ings, 33,000 square feet floor space,
steam heated, well-lighted, operated
by never failing: water power, located
on New York Central Lines and Grand
Trunk. John J. Schindler, Agent,
Ambulance Service !
202 N. Main Street
Both Phones 100.
TONIGHT AND TOMORROW
William Fox Presents
LST i J M l( M fl El
w n u L
Light the Gas
I Want a Bath
And by the time you are ready for the tub
the water is hot enough. Can you beat it?
The Gas Circulating
Waller Heater Turns
Supplies plentiful hot water for all pur
poses and cheaper than coal.
$2.00 DOWN $2.00 A MONTH.
See it at our store, or ask to send a representative.
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NorJIicra Indiana Gas
& ElecSric Co.
118 North Main St. Mishawaka, Ind.
Supported by William E. Shay and Theda Bara in the
By Count Leo Tolstoi
SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY MATINEE
Col. W. F. Cody, Buffalo Bill's Historical Picture Co., Presents
Government Approved Motion Pictures
ntlian War Re-Foiiglii by U. S. A.
A thrilling picture of the last great battles of the west, beau
tiful scenery, thousands of Indians, regular U. S. soldiers. Don't
miss these extraordinary pictures of thrilling scenes.
ADULTS 10c CHILDREN 5c
DON'T FORGET OUR MONDAY MATINEE, JULY 5.
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You have only two more days for Your Fourth of
July Shopping But you have the Co-Operative Sale
AND THE WINEY STORE
$12.50 and $13.50 Silk Dresses $7.85
White Wash Skirts $1.19 to $3.00
Palm Beach Skirts $1.98 to $5.00
$1.00 House Dresses , 79c
Double Service House Dresses .$1.00
Cadet Hose for Boys and Girls 25c
Munsing Union Suits $1.00
Richelieu Suits for Women 25c and 50c
Middy Blouses 50c and $1.00
10 yards 12l2c Long Cloth 95c
8c Unbleached Muslin 6c
10c Hope and Daisy Muslin &l2c
Men's Silk Hose 15c
Men's 50c Work and Dress Shirts 39c
$2.00 and $2.50 Women's Low Shoes 98c
$1.75 Children's Oxfords 98c
VISIT OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT FOR
REAL SHOE VALUES
A Good Time to Start
Start saving money NOW the present is a
good time to open a Savings Account in this
strong bank because it is the beginning of a
new Interest Quarter and all deposits made on
will draw 47c compound interest from the first
What you avoid spending uselessly now you
will enjoy three-fold in later life you can
open a savings account in this strong bank
with a very small amount and steadily build
up your surplus by adding any amount that
suits your convenience.
Mishawaka Trust &
Home Savings Banks Furnished
To Depositors When Desired.
These are the main things you are looking for in your bank
ing connection. You will find all of them in the
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
FIRSTTRUST AND SAVINGS CO.
lK-Jorc July tilth will draw intrro
at 1 PKKCKNT.
t from July 1st,
In the same building and uiider the same management.
Combined Resources Over $1,606,339.00
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