int. auUTH BEND NEWS-TlMEs
SATURDAY, JULY 10, lwio.
Tiestaurant Gown Called
IS YOUR NAME IN
THE LIST BELOW?
"Dragon Fly" is Distinctive
Social amid Other Interests of Womea
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Iky (m 7p o m tn .
Mrs. It. S. Leroy, 703 Iceland av..
entertained tho Younjr Matrons' club
Friday. The afternoon was spent at
needlework and refreshments were
served. The house was decorated with
garden flowers. Plans were mad by
the members to entertain- their hus
bands at their annual picnic to ho
held Saturaay. July 17, at Leepcr
I. VT. Wlllard. 20 0 2 Leer fit., was
pleasantly surprised Friday by the
children of the neighborhood. The
evening was spent at games at which
Mr. and Mrs. Williard took part. Mr.
Wllllard -was presented with a beauti
ful book as a token of friendship from
th children. Refreshments were
served to tho 17 guests at the close
of the evening.
The France Wlllard W. C. T. i;.
met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Sam
uel Cordrey. 1133 4. Lafayctto st.. as
hostess, assisted by Mrs. Klla KJopfcr.
Devotional exercises were led by Mrs.
H. C. Itellsback. Tho reports of tlio
Baltimore convention was given by
Rabbi Cronbach and Mrs. llattie
Webster read a paper on "The Widow
and th Judge." Tho meeting was
closed with a social tlmcand refresh
ments. Mrs. Timothy Shanafclt, 102 3
Riverside dr.. will bo hostess at tho
next meeting on August 13.
The monthly meeting of tho Toadies'
Aid society of Westminster Presby
terian church was held Friday after
noon at tho home of Mrs. Simon Dit
mlrc. 312 W. Jefferson blvd. Routine
business was transacted followed by a
poelal hour with the serving of light
refreshments. Thero were IS mem.
bers and two fruests present. The so
ciety will meet Aug. 13 with Mrs. A.
A. Dodge 728 Diamond av.
Mlsa Ehrcntrudo Kownlskl enter
tained tho Willing Workers at her
home, S02 E. Indiana a v. Dainty refreshments-
were served. After a short
business meeting tho me'nbers en
joyed "Neptune's Daughter." Tho
next meeting will bo with Miss Ger
trude Cedarholm, 515 E. Dubail av.
Misses Inez Burns, Leona O'Deli
and Emma Mattern. delegates of the
First Christian church here, aro at
tending tho International Christian
Kndeavor convention held at Chicago.
Misses .Mablo and Grace Roberts of
Detroit. Mich., will arrive Sunday
morning to visit with Mr. and Mrs.
R. A. Walters, 126 1-2 Elder st.
Jeff Kemp of Rloomington, Ind.,
visited friends in South Rend Friday.
Miss Henrietta Marohn. 60S E, Ohio
Ft., left this morning for Chicago
where she will Join a party of her
friends of that city on a camping ex
pedition along the north, shore of lake
Bernard ICcltnT, 8 27 Park a v., left
for Montreal, Can., to spend tho sum
mer. Whil there ho will assist the
director of the Y. M, C. A. men's camp
located in the J-iurentlan mountains.
Horace P. Farmer and Harold Hus
ton left Friday evening for Newark
and other points In Ohio to visit with
friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wheeler and
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hinzo and two chil
dren motored from Flint, Mich., and
are spending a week with Mrs, Wheel
er's brother, Charles Moritz, 510
Mrs. A. Ij. Kalk has returned to her
home at Flushing. I I., after a few
days' vWt with. Mrs. J. W. Eastet, 117
W. Madison st.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Eastcrday. lit Du
bait av., returned to South Rend
Thursday evening after a few days"
-tsit at Lake vi lie,
N. J. Styles. 101 E. Calvert Ft.,
md Merlo Styles. 19 03 MVimi st.. will
leave Saturday evening for a week's
visit at Twin lakes.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Ix Mack. 123
North Shorr dr.. will return today
from a few days' visit with relatives
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Miller. HI 4 N.
Taylor st., and Mr. and Mrs. Mo Will
iams and children. 407 Limunt ter
race, havo Just returned from two
weeks motor trip to Indianapolis,
Fort "Wayne. Lake James and Wawa
ce. Mrs. Peter Dreibelbis. 915 W. Oak
?t.. Is spending a few days with rela
;ives at Warsaw. Ind.
OXFORD SAM: AT Ill-Il TNEIt'S
Hundreds of ja.lrs of women's ox
fords to select from. ?rc to
Reitner's Sons. Advt.
aijjTXSks jnx;Mi;vr is due.
William, Kuehnow riled suit in the
luperior court Friday afternoon
igainst Derward M. Hall and others
.o secure a judgment for $2l.0 al
.eged to bo due.
ROAD CONTlUtTOH 1113111:.
Emll Schinke, a former South Fend
nan. is In the city in the interest of
i gluten binder company. During the
?as wek. Mr. Schinke has put
:hrourh contracts for two miles of
read Fodth of Xappanco of 1 foot
rluten bound macadam, on and ono
lalf miles near Decatur, Ind.. and one
md one-half miles of 21 foot streets
5i Montpelier. Ind.
What is si Barga
The answer is A pair or UNION SHOE CO.'S shoes at
$1.48 to $3.45.
You hear a lot of talk about "bargains" thee times, put
you have to come here to tin J them.
New July styles are all re.idy and waiting tor you to
We give Dollar for Dollar in Shoe Satisfaction.
UNION SHOE CO.
Ry T.a Raconteur.
A very distinctive restaurant gown
called "Dragon Fly" is shown in navj,
silk net over a pussy willow drop.
The skirt, rather short, feat 'res layer
upon layer of the silk net, affording
an occasional glimpse of the rose
trimmed foundation. The unusual
The St. Joseph County Executive of
the Women's Christian Temperance
union will meet Monday afternoon at
2:30 o'clock nt the Y. W. C. A.
Rusiness of importance will be
transacted at the regular meeting of
the Auten W. R. C. No. 14. Tuecday
evening at the old court house. A
largo attendance is desired.
Member of the Auten W. R. C, No.
14. will r,ive a thimble Tuesday aft
ernoon in the old court house. The
hostesses will be Mrs. Vina Gillman,
Mrs. Mary E. Murphy, Mrs. Jennie
Coil, Mrs. Margaret Allen and Mrs.
Violetta Darr. All members and their
friends are cordially invited.
The south section of the Women's
leaguo of the First iMethodist church
will meet Tuesday afternooi at the
homo of Mm S. W. Raer, 524 S. Car
roll st. Assisting Mrs. Baer will be
tho following ladies: Mrs. C. A.
Arnold, Mrs. J. A. Keith, Mrs. H.
Wernke. Mrs. George Rcyler. Mrs. A.
D. Dufendach, 'Mrs. R. X. Roberts and
Mrs. Charles Miller.
The Women's Civic club will meet
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
Chamber of Commerce. A lare at
tendance is desired and all women
interested In civic welfare are urged
to attend the meeting and become a
member of the organization.
The Dramatic department of the St.
Joseph Valley Grange will meet at
the home of Miss Clara Penslow. 1 1-2
miies south of Springbrook park on
The Sumptions Prairie Ancient Or
der of Gleaners wilt hold their annual
Picnic at Carrol Byer's grove on Aug.
Tho Vnnnp Women's Koreiirn Mis
sionary society of Grace M. E. church
will be entertained by Miss Fthel
Kale and Miss Inez Ports Monday
evening at the church parlors. A spe
cial program has ben arranged for
the occasion and every member is
urged to be present.
The Ideal Embroidery club will
meet Thursday with Mrs. Frank
Smith. 141 Main st.
DEDICATE FLOWER URN
Procnted to l ire station X". by
lr. A. (;. Miller.
Exercises, dedicating ihe ee.'.ient
Mower urn presented to No. 5 f.rj sta
tion by Or. A. G. M'ller. were held at
the station house Friday night. The
presentation speech was made by A.
C. I tans and the gift was accepted by
Otto Iicksteadt. captain -f the com
pany. A song, written for the occa
sion, was sunir by Piter Peterson, a
member of the company. The urn
will be placed in the small park next
to the station.
-i" .A"? 'VvrVI
high neck line of the bodleo finishes
with .a ruffle, and a rich metal em
broidered girdle terminates at the
side in a large snappy bow. Two
wired wings of net project from the
shoulders, giving the effect of a drag
on's wings, hence the name "Dragon
Fly" for the gown.
COUNTY SCHOOL FUND
Apportionment This Year Al
lows Each Child in St. Jo
seph County $2.24.
St. Joseph county's school fund has
been increased by $56,954.24 by the
annual June apportionment of the
state school funds, which have Just
been completed. Every school child
in the county, theoretically, will re
ceive $2.24 in an educational way, this
being the per capita basis on which
the apportionment was made.
Some of the counties In the state
paid more into the school fund than
they will receive by this apportion
ment. St. Joseph county, however,
will receive $S,00 0 more than was
paid in by it. Marion county, in
which Indianapolis is located paid
$217,554.74 and will receive only J146
According to tho report filed with
the auditor of state, there are 768. C22
school children in the state. The
amount of the apportionment fund re
ceived from the state school fund tax
was $1.515. 731. "i. Tho interest col
lected on the common school fund
since last fall was J2S0.268.21. Other
sources brought the total amount up
GIVE ARTISTIC PROGRAM
ATLEEPER PARK SUNDAY
Unusual Hill Prepared by label's
llanri Tor I tegular Concert
Some New Selections.
An unusual artistic program has
been arranged for tho weekly band
concert by Elbel's band, which will
be played at Ieeper park at 7:30
o'clock Sunday evening. July 11.
Among the maiy features is the selec
tion from the opera Sari, played for
the first time in South lknd in a band
arrangement, including nearly all of
the popular songs from that mus
ical frolic, among them Eove's Old
Sweet Song, Hazaza. My Faithful
Stradivari and others.
Another number played for the first
time in South Rend is the Suite lio
mantique entitled, A Iay In Venice,
which is included in the repertoire of
all professional bands in the country.
The third standard number making
its debut in the city is a grand selec
tion of classics by well known com
posers of the past and present day.
The program will be interspersed with
little tuneful melodies of the popular
variety during the course of the con
cert. Tne complete program is as fol
lows: March. Festival Soitz
Khapsody. Salvonic Friedman
Selection. Sari - . . .Kalman
Waltz, Ernestine Chambers
Suite nomanti'iuo, A Day in Venice..
tiM Canzone Amorosa
d Buona Notte
Serenade. Amina Lincke
Crand Selection. Hall of Fame
Embracing excerpts from the follow
a He la Bola's Eacoczy March.
! Verdi's Celeste Alda.
(c) Fuck's Entry of the Gladia
tors. d Rubensteln's Melody in F,
ei Rachmaninoff's Prelude,
if) ;rieg's Peer iynt.
iK) Dvorak's Homores'iue.
(h) Liszt's Finale from 1st Hunga
Trombone Frolic, iicaux Esprits. . . .
If it U, you aro Invited to the
next News-Times Birthday Party.
Trips to all th raters and refresh
ments will be on tle prjcraxn.
The News-Times Hrthday Farty is
open to all school children in South
Bend and Mishawaka. whether in
public or private schools, regardless of
whether or not their parents are
A list of all school children in the
public and private schools of South
Bend and Mishawaka has been com
piled. On the date of the child's
birthday his or her name is printed
in The News-Times and on the Satur
day following such publication the
boy or girl comes to the circulation
department of The News-Times and
receives a coupon ticket which ad
mits bearer to the Orpheum. LaSalle,
Surprise and Colonial theaters, also
a treat at the fountain of the Amer
ican Drug Co. Children living 10 or
more blocks from tho office are given
return car faro home.
On accouut of the Orpheum and the
Majestic being closed temporarily, it
is suggested that the children save the
tickets whicli admit them to these the
aters until the fall season starts,
when they will be honored. Tickets
arc good any Saturday, so if the full
number of tickets is not used in one
day, they are good any succeeding
Andrzejewski. John, 7o4 S. Union st.
Ackerman, Ruth. 1201 K. Madison.
Bowman, Edward. 52 4 N. Lafayette.
Bis. Marie, 70 2 Osborne .st.
Bombardic. Henrietta, llol E. In
Bombardie, Charles, 1131 E. Indi
ana a v.
Eper, Orville, 307 Iiporte a v.
Frinn, Florence, Si 4 E. Calvert st.
Hoffman, Anna, 62J 1-2 W. Divis
Horn. Georgia, 901 E. Milton st.
Holmes, Lillian, 601 E. Kensey st.
Uirkins. Nellie. i'OOS Linden av.
Luczkowska, llrownislawa, C01 X.
Moore, William, 921 N. Eddy st.
Niedbalski, Anton, 1501 Linden av.
Neddo, Dorothy, 121I Corby st.
Nyikas, Anna, 1811 Prairie a v.
Odiet, Mildred, 532 E. Colfax av.
Pinterics. Anna, 1510 S. Catalpa,
Polly. Eliazbeth, 1509 S. Catalpa av.
Richardson, Dorothy, 533 N. Hill st.
Szabo, Anna, 208 Huey st.
Slater, Fred. 1103 S. Lafayette st.
Slater, Bernice, 1103 S. Lafayette.
VVitucki. Martha, 1523 Kcmble av.
Bailey, Donald. 11S N. Church st.
Bauer. Rudolph, 333 Laurel st.
Pradley, Stewart, 850 E. Second st.
Moenhart, Leonard, 54 5 W. Sixth.
LUCKY OXES TODAY.
Camp. Clyle. 22 5 E. Sample st.
Davis, Ralph, 248 E. Sample st.
Dallie, Elsie, 209 E. Cedar st.
Eller, Eilien. 2 606 S. Main st.
NEW GRANARY AT NOTRE
DAME TO BE MODEL
Details of Structure Aro Modern in
ITvcry Way Can Hold Thous
ands of Bushels.
St. Joseph county has a granary
now ncaring completion, the like of
which for up-to-date efficiency and
convenience is not to be found else
where in northern Indiana or even in
the entire state. This is Brother Leo's
new granary on the Notre Dame farm
near S'outh Bend.
The new structure is a combination
barn for wheat and oats and also corn.
Seven thousand bushels of wheat or
oats and 7,50-0 bushels of corn can bo
stored in this granary. Through the
middle of the barn runs a driveway.
Midway is an automatic dump, a
gravity chute and a bucket conveyer.
At exactly the right pdnt the rear
wheels of. the waon drop into silts
in the concrete Moor. From tho slant
ing bed of the wagon the grain pours
into the gravity chute and is lifted by
the bucket conveyer to the top of tho
building and distributed automatically
into tho proper bins. There are live
of these bins for small grains and two
larger cribs for corn running along
the outside walls.
The power used In Brother Leo's
barn is electricity drawn from the uni
versity system but supplied from
South Bend. Brother Leo says that
farmers further out in tho country
could use gasoline engines Just as
economically. Brother Ieo is delight
ed with his new granary and takes
pleasure in pointing out its advan
tages to anyone interested.
The third section of tho Ladies' Aid
socjetj' of the Grace I. E. church en
tertained a large audience at tho new
church Thursday night with a varied
musical program. Tho program was
made a decided success with the com
bination of tine weather, appreciative
audience and a well balanced pro
gram. Men's tan and black oxfords, lace
and button, $1.35 and $2.95. Beitner's
m uri.(;e licenses.
Paul Deem?. 25, rubber worker,
Mishawaka; Barbara Rappelt, 21,
Allen R. Keclrr. 37. farmer, Niles;
Bertha Wagner. 33. Grand Rapids.
Renl Hillaert, 30, farmrr. Mish
awaka; Mary Remery. 16, Mishawaka!
GROTTO NOTICE. l
Avnlon Grotto No. 4S extends a most
cordial invitation to all master Ma
sons and ladies to attend a musical
and presentation of charter on Juiv
12, 115. at S:0u p. m. Bejler Hall.
KICKED BY HORSE.
John, the 12 year old son of Mrs.
Rose Myers, who reside at 612 S.
Main .t.. was kicked by a horse on
the Edwardsworm farm Saturday and
was seriously injured.
Men's Oxford sale. $1.95 to $2.95.
Spring and Summer Merchandise.
of all broken lots, short 1
odd lots, also surplus stocks from
manufacturers and jobbers.
NEWS OF INTEREST
TO POLISH CITIZENS
The young girls of St. Helen's
Wreath society will hold its meeting
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The St. John's Evengalistis society,
No. 605, of the Roman Catholic
Union of America, will hold its meet
ing Sundav afternoon at St. Adelbert's
The meeting of St. Bronislawa so
ciety of Polish Roman Catholic Union
of America, of St. Hodwige's parish,
will be held Sunday afternoon at St.
Hedwige school building.
The ringing rehearsal of St. Hed
wige's choir will be held Tuesday
evening ;d S o'clock at the St. Hed
wiue school building.
The meeting of Lady Falcons, Z.
Balicki, No. 1. will be hdd Sunday
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Z. li.
The military band of Z. B. Falcons,
No. 1, will hold its rehearsal Tuesday
evening at 7:30 o'clock at Z. B. hall.
A meeting of St. Vincent de Paul
society. No. 79. will be held Sunday
afternoon at 2 o'clock in the St. Hed
wige school building.
The St. Adelbert's society. No. 193,
of the Polish Roman Catholic Union
of America will hold its meeting Sun
day afternoon at 2 o'clock at the reg
ular place of meeting.
The Young People's society of tho
St. Stanislaus parish will hold it.-
meeting Sunday afternoon at St. Stan
The St. Hedwige society of the
Polish Women's Catholic Un:on of
America of St. Stanislaus parish will
hold its meeting Sunday afternoon at
the regular place of meeting.
The exercLs of the Z. B. Falcons
will be held Tuesday evening at 7
o'clock at Z. B. hall.
Miss Angela Baner of Gary has ar
rived here for a few days' vis t with
relatives and friends. She is th- gust
of Mr. ;.nd Mrs. Clement Herman,
72 3 Birdfell st.
John Banaszek. 4 20 Huey st., has
left for Toledo to spend a few days
Henry Kruszyna. SOS Monroe St.,
has left for Chicago to spend several
days with friends.
Micheal Strnzinski of Chicago is in
the city on business.
Stanislaus Lozow.sk i, W. Division
St., has gone to Orand Rapids to
spend a few days with friends.
Miss Victoria Wierzbiak, who has
ben here for a few days visiting with
friends, left today for her home in
Andrew Kozlowski arrived hre
Friday from IMttsburah on business.
Ca?"imi r Zegler has returned to
Chicago after a short business visit
Charles Andrews has returned to
Elkhart r.fter a brief visit here.
William Drigsg arrived here Friday
afternoon from Chicago for a. brief
visit with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Boleslaus Nowaczew
ski. 4 20 Michigan av.. lft Friday for
Buffalo and Niagara Falls to s; end a
few days with frend?.
Stephen Jerzynski, W. Division st..
returned today from Chicago where
he has tn for the past fev.- days
visiting with friends.
Adalbert Zientowskl. 1355 W. Fisher
st. who has been criticaly ill for sev
eral days, is now somewhat improved.
THva,.i-e renkufzewski has returned
ifft TAnn 1 i Tvn yf
Bargains in all kinds of
y s raj
BR.IGMT&ST SPOT PJ
to Cleveland after a week's visit hero
Mips Hedwigo Jastrzebska has ar
rived here Thursday from Detroit to
spend a few days with friends.
Anthony Bonczak, who has been
in the city on business, left this
morning for Laporte.
Miss Veronica Ryback, liporto av.,
has returned from Cleveland where
she has been for the past two weeks
visiting with relatives.
Miss Sadie Buczkowski, 24 2 S. Cha
pin st., left today for Fort Wayne
where sho will enter the St. Anthony's
Martin Jarzynski, S. Scott st., will
return this afternoon from a week's
visit with friends In Chicago.
Walter Dykowski of Michigan City,
js spending a few days with friends.
Anthony Ciemierzelski has returned
to Pittsburgh after a few days' visit
Mrs. John Litewskl of Saginaw ar
rived here Friday to spend a week
Peter Stephens of East Chicago is
in the city on business.
The members of St. Cecilia's choir
of St. Casimicr s parish will hold their
annual outing at Hudson lake Sun
day. Program consisting of races,
games and all sorts of sports will
feature the afternoon.
WILL VISIT HUDSON LAKE
South I lend Ilic, No. 1, L. o. T. M.f
to Hold Outing.
South Bend hive. No. 4. I. O. T.
M.. will hold its annual outing this
year at Hudson lake, according to a
decision made at the lodge meeting in
Beyler hall, Friday night.
The date of the affair will b de
cided upon by a special committee
which was appointed at the meeting
last night. It was announced that
the lodge would furnish ice cream,
coffee and the meat for the picnic
Draping of the charter will be ex
cmplitied at the next meeting in mem
ory of Mrs. Julia Weaver, who died
this week. The next meeting will be
held in two weeks.
ATTENDANCE IS GOOD
A largo attendance was present at
the services at tho West Washington
av. mission I'M day night. Rev. Ed
ward Uastle spoke on tho text, Ive
Thy Neighbor as Thy Self." bringing
out the. joint that all pvpe with
whirm we come in contact are our
Rev. Claude Young of the south
Bend circuit will address the meet
ing to be held at the mission next
Tuesday night- The choir of Kp
worth Memorial M. E. church will
furnish music for this meeting.
BANK CLEARINGS DIXtEASE.
Bank clearings of th e p as w e e rC
took a drop $1 50.259 as compared
with thf same week of 1014. The
clearances of the week this year were
$1.5 5 3, SI 2, w hile last year they
amounted to $1,734,071. Following
ar the daily clearances: Julv 3, $407
327; July i, $.117,S4; July' 7, $P,22-
7l: July S. $243,753; July &. $2S5.-
o - - .
Women's oxfords and low TTerts
35c and 1 1.0 5. Beitner's. Advt.
Beitner's oxford sale Is on. Advt.
lYr Men ami Women
75c to $2.25.
Walk-Over Boot Shop
Black and White . . .
116-122 Eat Wayne St
Complete Stock of
Geo. H. Wheelock & Co.
Icr TVa (Jlaws (Set) Sl.-jr, and up.
Itv Tea SfKMius (Set) $1.2 and up.
JULY CLEARING SALE
CI IAS. P.. SAX V CO.
Eli. th- i,r. -. ; r-oM v. .n ,f Mr.
and Mis. J s-i b S-dl.m. S. Wil
liam -ct.. di-:d Saturday :r:''M".:r.g at 0
( ( !OCi.
is ! .
h:s i . o:i
I ". 11. 1:11. J'. --Ides the p.ir-rds,
three e rot hers. Mi, ha.I, '; ''i-n and
J'. ph. jr.. s:;rr. h;m. 'I fineal
v. ill b-ld from the res;. Sun
i i-. affr:.oor: at ..'cl... k. R;:r:"U
v. i,i ! in (.'. 'i ir ;.r'.e . -v f rv.
.laints (i. Johnson.
The funeral of Ja:n- J. d; r.-r..
&I5 S. Fifth sr.. Ri.r P.-.-k. will ) -2
held Sunday afternoon from the resi
dence at 2:1 o d-..-k. R-v. A. V..
Smith t.f i.-.e Ri.-r P.tk M. E. ch ;rch
othVi.iting. Th- huxiU will be in Bow
man c m tcry, where he mrmbrrs of
I'ortag Masonic l'.;g' No
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