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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
s.vrriM.Y, jct,v 10, 1915. o 0 i fT Tiru 7777 n 3 i v Ui fli' "Ball Band" Board of Direc tors Decided That New Man Will Have Charge of the Grounds. At a meeting of the board of direc tors of the Pall Pand team in the South Bend, and Mishawaka Manu facturer's league, representing the MIshawaka Woolen Manufactur ing company, Friday afternoon It was decided to appoint Calvin Jlix- cnbaugh, the .Smith recruit secured this year, as assistant manager to the team. Mr. Hixcnbaugh will be In full charge of the team while on the. grounds. Mr. Porter will ."till act In the capacity of manager, and "Babe"' Fhllion as captain of the team. Hixenbaugh'.s official title takes ef fect at once and he will bo in full charge of the diamond during the Hall .Band-Oliver game at Sprlngbroolc park this afternoon. Tho game is expected to be the big gest drawing card of the .season so far, and is Important inasmuch as the Ball Bands are tie for second place with th Oliver team. In anticipation of a hard, tight game, the Ball Bands will have three new men In their lineup this after noon. They will be "Slim" Gilbert, tho new southpaw pitcher secured from Ohio quarters a few weeks ago, Leslie Allen at short and Edward Weber at second base. Weber played in tho factory league schedule of 1 y 1 4 for the Ball Bands, and is well known to local fans. Gilbert Ls tho man who secured 21 strike outs in a Sunday game recently at pringbrook for the Mishawaka city team against tho .South Bend Milk Maids. Special cars will be run this after noon from the four corners to the ball ground. A number of fans from the Woolen company have organized a rooters organization and have secured all kinds of noisy devices to be used to assist tho local players. The following is the. lineup for the Ball Band team in its game with the Olivers at Sprlngbrook park Saturday afternoon, July 10: B. Allen, cf: Hixenbaugh, T.b; Phil ion, lb; L. Allen, ss; Kelley, rf; Weber. 2b; Vo3, If; Bauerlcin, c; Gilbert, p. PREMONAS TO PLAY SILVER EDGE TEAM The second game of the scries of three, between the Premona Indoor team of this city and the Silver Edges of South Bend will be played Sunday morning at Muessel's field in the latter city. Two large trucks will convey the plavers to the diamond from Mishawaka and local fans caring to witness the contest can get free trans portation. The team will leave about n:::o o'clock. The following will be the lineup for the Premonas: J. Tollens. If; Geoth ils. lb; A. Vincent, c; J. Kempner, cf: B. Hr.ns, l:s A. Schell'ngcr. p; J. "roll, 2b; J. Klaer, rf; II. Leavens, rs; C. Kamm. rib. The lineup for the Silver Fdges will be: A. Johnson. ..b; J. SmiU. lb: R. Cjcrzmak. c; Steely, p: J. Johnson, rs; Seheman, cf; o. Huff, rf; R. Van olaghen, 2b; Jankowick, Is; Stark, If. FINCH & SPRAGUE Undertakers Ambulance Service Mlslmwaka. 202 N. Main Street lioth Phones 100. HUGH IS IDE ASSISTANT MANAGER New Interest Quarter Opportune Time to Open a Savings Account All savings deposits made in this bank on nr before the 12th of July will draw 4rc interest from the first of the month. We follow this plan in order to make it as convenient as possible for the people of our community to take advantage of the beginning of a new Interest Quarter. Every man and woman, young and old, should save money for the future. The young man who wishes to rise in the world needs capital to start him and this can easily be acquired by a few years of consistent saving of small sums. The middle aged man or woman can make independence and comfort for old age by build ing up a fund now while it is easy to lay aside a few dollars each week. This strong bank cordially invites small as well as large accounts. Mishawaka Trust & Savings Co, 'MISHAWAKA, INDIANA. Home Savings Bank Furnished ' When Desired. Xj VVVVwW"W- fVyS wtfV l w mil CATHOLIC CHURCH WILL BE DEDICATED SUNDAY Tho new Catholic church at Cass opolis, in which a number of Misha wakans have more than ordinary in terest, will be dedicated with appro priate ceremonies Sunday next. Bishop Kelly of Detroit will have charge of the dedication services and will be as sisted by Rev. Fathers Morrissey, Mc Namara and Foley of Notre Darne; Father O'Neill. Dowagiac, and Father Wahl of Jackson, Mich. The services will take place at 10 o'clock and will be followed by high mass. The full choir of the Holy Maternity church of Dowagiac will furnish the music. A number of Mishawakans will attend the dedication services, including Mr. and Mrs. I). M. McKinley who have taken deep interest in tho erection of the new edifice. No regular pastor has yet been appointed, but one of the priests of Notre Dame will have charge during the summer months. BALL BAND SALESMEN WILL HAVS BIG PICNIC The local salesmen of the Ball Band manufacture are organizing a i picnic to be held at Winona. July 22. invitations are oeing sent to the l.vt salesmen of the company throughout the country to attend the outing with their families if possible. K. S. Winey is chairman of the local committee having the arrangements in hand. The picnickers will leavo South Bend for Winona in special interurban cars and will be accompanied by the Ball Hand band. An excellent program of sports is being arranged and will in clude many novel features. MISHAWAKA PFRSONALS. Willis "Wilson hns returned from Nappanee, Ind., where he spent his vacation. A. R. McNeal. local agent of the New York Central lines, will spend Saturday in Chicago attending a loss and damage convention of the onlcials of the road. K. L. Mason, trainmaster of the Lake Shore lines, spent Friday in the city. Oscar Roder of the Dodge Manu facturing Co. will leave today for Madison. Wis., on a two weeks' vaca tion with his parents in that city. .- pfr ci-:nt loans. Unlimited amount of 5 per cent money for farm loans. E. C. Garmire. Engledrum Bldg. Home phone 17" Advt The city treasu-t&r's office will be open from S a. m. to S p. m. Saturday, July 10. for the payment of water and electric bills. W. L. Kimball, City Treasurer. Ad't. MISHAWAKA CLASSIFIED. FOR SALE OR TRADE Twelve and a half acres on river "east end" adjoining city of Mishawaka. No buildings. Two acres of It timber. What have .you to oiler? Home phone F',9 C. Mishawaka. 3t FOR SAI;E OR TRADE Elkhart In strumental Co. saxaphone. (Jood bargain. Call 614 Forest av. Roy Applegate. 7t WANTED Salesladies. Mlshawaka's new bargain store. Masonic Temple building. WANTED A boy about 10 years old to wrap bread and deliver. En quire Kuss Baking Co. St. FOR RENT Store room. Engle drum building. 127 Lincoln way W. FOR RENT Furnished house in central location. Apply News-Times. FOR RENT Store room. Engledrum building. 127 Lincoln way W. NEW HOUSE with one or more acres of ground, adjoining the city limits for sale on reasonable terms. Call Home phone 0 8 or 91. FOB SALE OK RENT A fine manu facturing plant, good brick build ings. 33,000 square feet Iloor space, steam heated, well-lighted, operated by never failing water power, located on New York Central Lines and Grand Trunk. John J. Schindler. .Agent. Mshawn,ka, Ind. Telephone Your Items to The News-Times 123 S. Main Street Bell 10; Home 118. BYCYCLE RIDERS GET FINES FOR VIOLATIONS Five Are Arrested by Potts Fri day Afternoon For Riding on Sidewalks To Continue En forcement. The announcement of the police de partment last week to hereafter trict- ly enforce Mishawaka's ordinance prohibiting bicycle riding on the fide walks of the city, was carried out Friday afternoon. As promised Mot orcycle Cop Potts was on the job and all afternoon patrolled the streets with an eye to catching violators of the ordinance. His efforts were re warded with success, live persons be ing picked up in less than an hour. When arraigned before City Judge Feig in the police court Saturday morning each pleaded guilty to the charges. Judge Feig expressed his re grets to the violators that such drastic measures were necessary to enforce the ordinance but he added that dur- i Ing the spring and summer months of this year, many complaints have been received of violators of the or dinances. In many instances the vio lations have resulted in more or less injuries to pedestrians and especially children, and that a step had to be m.de sooner or later regarding this matter. Jle stated that after a recent session of court during which a bi cycle rider was arraigned that no more, suspension of fines would be made on these charges. The Saturday morning delendants were lined $1 and costs wh'ch came to $3 each. They paid their Tints. The following were the violators up Saturday-, Palmer Perkins, Edward Schroeder. Ib.rvey J.Moteher, Jacob Waidner p.r.d John Hiiggraff. The deeision of Judge 1'eig post poned until Saturday morning In the ease of the state vs. .Mrs. Mary Yin- j cent vas rendered. Mrs. Vincent was found not guilty of the charges of provocation. Wilken A. Stuff, arrested Thursday night for intoxication and abusing his mother and sister, was found guilty of the charges and given a line of 5 und costs amounting to $15. BUSINESS MEN'S BALL GAME NEXT TUESDAY Next Tuesday afternoon the second game of the season between the north side business men and the south side business men will be played on the north side diamonds. This will be one of the season's best and most amusing features and a good crowd is expected to witness this contest. Although the south side business men were the successful victors of the first game of the season, the cross river promise that they will give a good account of themselves, and stated Fri day night that they would win by a good score. Daily practice is being held. A call was issued Friday night by Manager Wilke of tho south side team for his players to meet Sunday morn ing at west end diamonds at the cor ner of Wells and Sixth sts. for the final practice. MISHAWAKA CHURCHES rirt rrrabyterlan. romer of Lincoln highway :uil t'nbn sts. Morning ser vice at ll:OU o'clock and evening serv ice at 7:30. Special niusle at both erviceJ. Bible school ueets st 9:S0 a. m.. II. J. Meketee. urrintendent. Graded lesmoni below the adult classes. C. P.. nieet.i at 6:15 p. m. Midweek prajer EerTice Thurs day evening at 7:30. The morning worship will le conducted by t ho IJev. T. N. Palmer of Winona Lake, Ind. In the afternoon at 4 :"0 oVl k, Ir. Palmer will give a ?T.ik hoard lecture on "'Hie Second letter of Peter." I'irst C'hr;.ian Tvu- united Sunday rhool and church services from 9::n to ll:trO a. ni. P. McTelluni. ."17 V. Third ft.. supL K. K. Van Winkle. Sts K. Third it., pastor. A class for everyone. Junior C. K. at 3 p. m. Senior C. P. 5:4". In vitations also extended to strangers to at tend thejt service. Volunteer study eh.S tarh Tuesday at 7 :?.0 p. m. Prayer meet ing Thursday, 7:3. n. m. The KuMovt for the morning. "The P.ap- , tim of the Holy Spirit." This is the first I of a series of three sermons on "The Holy ' spirit." The topic of the second sermon ! will he "The importation of the Iloly Spirlf and the third "The (Jlft or tho lljdy Spirit." For the evening the subject will he "The Divine and Human Pleuieiit in the Conversions on IVntieost." I'irt liaptUt, W. Joseph aud Slain stt. accepts Postal Savings deposits and then turns them over to us tor safe-keeping. WHY MOT let this tank be yours? First National Bank Mishawaka. (United States Depository) First Trust & Savings Co. in the same building:, under the same management. Mfoney deiitrl hvforc July 12th will draw interest from July f t, at 1 iercent. UNCLES All pr. K. I., snoufler p.rtor. Sund.ir chool TV";, ; Ti tmk? k.l7"r- 'Wintendrnt. llrotherhoM Llhle class ti,-l,t by pafP.r. C!ap? for nil ago at II ;, n, M,,rnt"g M-rvhe at 11 a in. Elng s,.rvices. 7 :.". I- V V Jr nt, Midweek prayer Rervi e!. Thursday. 7 :."Y p m 1 -Civic Patriotism" ill i.e the sublet for the morning scrvh e. The evt-nln senium will le the third of a series of .rm r,s on ".Men of the Uihle" rind tho suhleeV will 1 "A .Man Cp a Tree.- ! MrtbodUt Memorial Chnrrli Tier. Dr. I,oren M. Edward, pisfnr. Corner of Church and nird st. Sunday ghol at Morning worship at 11 o'clock Hp worth league at 0:1.". Evening services at 7:r. 'ihursdiy evening ;r::yer service nurt 7:S0 o'clock. JInclUli Lutheran Churoh, corner of Sev cuth and Main sts. !lev. E. K. lingers, pastor. Sunday y-h. oi 0:r.o. Luther W. Law re ri co. superintendent. William Albert. csd?ant superintendent. Morning services 10:1. Evening servKes 7 :.;). Luther meeting J:"o p ui. The subject for the nigral:1.? services will le on Koinan i:ll and fur rue evening on Acts 10:-. The .pi.Trterly bu-lness meeting will be held following Services. Iinninurl IJaptit Tatrrncle, corner of CJrove and Ann sts. Sunday --hool. :?. Charles .Moon, superintendent. rreahi::g Rt 11 a. m. by Kev. P. E. Cochran. II. Y. P. l. 5:4.". Evening service? 7:tH). "J"!in IIus and the Ileformation" will be the topi? of the m o-ilng service. For the evening the u!Jret will be "The Mar ket value of the Sor.i.' bt. Vrttr'a Cenr.an Lutheraj KTanj(Hlral church, .orr.or of Church and Fourth sts. Iter. Otto Truk, pitr. lIiifrliiiM Sunday s-ho l at r; l.". Encllsli service 10 a. in. IrM Mrthdlt 1'reachlng at lliver Park church, 7 :.'i0. Sunday school :::.). Mangle Miller, upt. Class meeting 10:'X). Charles Ulgley, leader. Y. P. meeting : o'clock. Homes Sickafos?, leader. Preaching ser vice. 7 o'clock, by Pastor E. S. Jen ning. Thursday evening prayer meeting at tho parsonage: leader. Led a Delong. Class meeting at 7:30, Charles Illgioy, lead er. St. Paul" r.ititcopHi. corner Cedar and Lincoln way K. Her. L. C. Ilogers, ree. tor. Holy Euclurlst. 7 :C0. Sunday school. 10. Holv Iu ljarit and nermon, 11. St. Andrew's derman Evangelkal. Main and Third ts. Itev. M. OofTeney, pastor. Pre.ichlng services nt S p. :n. I'lrnt Church of the P!vnncllcl Akoc'i tton. Elizabeth and lirove sts. Iter. I. I). Spangler. pastor; reiddeuoe, 612 Elizabeth H. Sunday school. 9:45. Junior Y. 1. A., 6 pm. Y. P. A., C:C0 p. m. Evening ier vlce. 7:r.0. Fnt Milianaku Monday School at 9:30 . m. In the (Jernhart cottage. Everybody Is cordially invited to come and make the efccol a suecegj. Good music. Apfceiubly of God, 103 Lincoln way wett. second floor. Mornings. 10: evenings, 7. Tuesdays and Thursdays. 7:30. International ISible 5tudents AtmoclatloTi, Maccabee hall, over First National baui'. Main and Lincoln vay iest. Lecture Sun day at 3 p. m. lllhle study at 4. All wel come. SMloli Mliiou, HOT r.. .Tosepn st. Sun day school. '2 :?i. Preaching. 3:30 and 7:30 Pearl Shady, leader. St. Ilao's Catholic, West and Seventh 4ts. i:ev. A. Sehoekaert. rector. First mass, 7:M). High mass U:'.',0. Paptlsm, 1 p. m. Jnst ructions p. ni. M. Joftrpli's Catholic, corner Hill and Third Bis. Iter. Dean L. A. Moench, rector. Pev. Charles Schoal. assistant, llesidenie, I'-J.'. S. Mill st. First mass at 0 o'clock. Low miss at 7. Children's mass at 8:00. High mass, 10, with benediction. Salvation Army Ensign Hart. Meetings in the new tabernacle at the corner of Spring and First st. Sunday school ut i:.".o a. m. ; morning service at 10:30;' joung people's meeting at 0:30 p. ni. and evening services : t 7 '30. Evangelical and Medical Tabernacle, Park av. and Cedar st. Sunday at J:30 Mis Sim will interest t lie children. At 3:30 Mr. Cleveland will conduct a P'ble study for all. At 7:h" p. in. Evangelist Lauda will preach as usual. Ills subject will be "Klsc and Fall of Empires." Suits made to measure. Lehmann's. m O ( off. dvt. itirrritx from hoxkymoox. .Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hums, who were recently married, have returned from Chicago where they spent their honey moon. They were serenaded by a num ber of their friends Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hums will reside at C14 Ward ct. To members of th- Mishawaka Woolen Manufacturing Co. Mutual Relief association: The regular semi annual meeting of the association will be held in the Fire department room at factors', at eight o'clock p. m. July 1.1th. 1115. A large attendance Is urged. I. C Boles, Pres; C. E. McCol luni, Secy. Advt. Hotel Mishawaka I.FXCIIFOV ll:ir Ut 2 OYlook pjuci: riu July 12 Cream of Celery Soup Consomme Andalie Sliced Tomatoes Cucumbers Ilaked Lake Trout au Gratin v -Saratoga Chips Prime Hoast of Heef au Jus Itoston Ilaked Heans PvUgotit of Lamb a Ma Cast on Mashed potatoes Steamed Potatoes French Cabbage Hot Poets Potato Salad, Mayonnaise Hot Corn Pread Gooseberry Pic Cocoanut Custard Pudding American Cheese Salted Wafers Tea Coffee Iced Tea Milk This is a facsimile of our regular daily luncheon. The service Is equal to the Oliver and surpasses it inasmuch as a whole selection is allowed. THE NORTH SIDE TRUST & SAVINGS CO. PAYS ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Money deposited before ii July 12th draws 4 inter- !jj est from July 1st. Wo BALLOON ASCENSION AT PAii SUNDAY Skilful Airman Will Perform Feats From Gas Bag Band Stand Erected Soon. A darinsr balloon ascension and double breakaway drop will be Riven Sunday afternoon at Sprinpbrook park by Prof. Masterson, one of the mot skillful aeronauts in the amuse ment business. It seems thrilling enough to make a balloon ascension .xnd parachute drop but tho intrepid flier swings ;iv.v from the lirst para chute on the way down in a second frail 'chute, making what s termed a double breakaway. The dances in Dreamland under the personal direction of Miss Ruby liters are well attended each evening and with o,tod weather the various park concessions have ro cause to complain on account of attendance and liberal patronage. Contracts were let I'riday for the erection of a hand shell and open air seats in the picnic grove to the west of the concession street. Negotia tions are under way to bring some of the country's finest concert bands to the park for daily open air concerts. These will be free to the park patrons with a slight charge for the audito rium scats. A circus and hippodrome is also under consideration for two weeks occupying the baseball park. Practically every Saturday for the balance of the season is booked for lome club, organization or special outing. Y. W. C. A. GIRLS GO TO CAMP ON AUG. 2 Mis Gertrude Myers, Olliee Secretary, Wil Have Charge of Party at Camp Kbcrhart. On the second of August a party of prirls will po to Camp Kberhart, Corey lake, Mich., to enjoy 10 days of the simple life. The camp is under the direction of the secretaries of the Young Women's Christian association and this is the fourth season that they have held their camp at Camp Kber hart. following a boys' camp. Any normally healthy girl of 14 years of ago and .over will be welcome. Last year .15 firls were in camp at one time and indications this year are for a larger company. Thi year the girls will bo under the supervision of Miss Gertrude Myers, oft'.ce secre tary of the Y. W. C. A. and she has appointed the following tent leaders, who are busy now taking registrations for their respective tents: Klsa "Weder, Catherine Eager, Mar garet Lippincott. Esther Dean. Dor othy Chard and Elizabeth Hunkle. The tent leaders plan the camp's activities, such as hikes, bacon bats and contests. The sirls take with them their bedding and an outfit of simple camp clothes. They must re member that there arc.no dress up clothes necessary, and that bloomers, middles and bathing suits are the suits in which much of the day's fun is en joyed. The program followed is sim ilar to that of the boys' camp, begin ning with flag raising, breakfast and announcements for the day. camp work to put tents in order and make beds, then a choice of boating, letter writing, tramps or swimming before early dinner. After dinner a iuiet hour in the tents, under the trees or in the breezy veranda of the lodge, then more swimming and supper. Af ter supper there are basetall games, boating and the short devotionals be fore bedtime. This year tennis will be addd to the list of sports. Those who are soing should have their applications in the Y. V. C. A. ottice on or before the 26th of July, so that ample provision can bo mada for them. AUTO CAUSES DAMAGE Property of C. A. Carlisle Disfigured as Hestdt of Accident. One of the shade trees at the home of Charles Arthur Carlisle, m Taylor st., was badly damaged and the lawn about the place was disfig ured with several broken beer bottles, the result of an accident to an auto mobile which occurred there Friday night. It was alleged that two men. seemingly intoxicated, had lost con trol of a touring car at that point and it had crashed into the tree. The car bore the Michigan license number 74,944. The affair was reported by Patrolman Mielke. SISTERS HAVEFIGHT One is round Xot Guilty Heeati-e Other Struck Ilrt I How. Three sister." appeared in city court Saturday, morning to testify in the case of Mrs. Josephine Wisniewska, 1634 Florence av.. who was accused by one of the sisters, Mrs. Irene Rykowska. of nsanult :ird battery. She was found not puiltv. when the evider.ee brought . out the fact that the plaintiff had j called her names, and had scratcneu her face until it bled. CHANGE GROUNDS FOR CHAUTAUQUA MEETING The Kedpath chautauo.ua which will be here from July 20 to July 27 will be on the vacant lot in the 900 block on V. Dasalle av. Arrangements had been made to hold it on Kiefer'S field on "vV. Colfax av., where it has been given in the past. MAXY CiAMKS ON". Vollev ball, basket ball Indoor and outdoor ball games are being played todav between teams from the various plavgrounds of the city. Every play ground in the citv is represented r teams in all of these branches of sport It is probable that contests of thi kind will be artanjed every Saturday, along with the ward league games. a. oTpackakd iiI:s. Hon. Marcus A. O. Packard died Juiv 7, at his residence, 6C: Woodland Park, t'hicago. He left surviving him '.lo'ihtpr. Stella H. Drummond of this city, and her children. Donald j P Drummond and llortcnse urum monJ His burial took place at Ply mouth. Ind.. July 9. COI KT AITOIXTS CIUAHDIAX. Dr T. J. Swantz has been appointed "u'trdian ff lrne Walter, Dlncoln ,,u,.,nv The appointment was' made by Judge Punk following a pe tition liltd by relatives r;ho showed v oro had made the patient un- aule to care for her property. MAN IS ALLOWED MONTH Mut Secure Position and Provide For Family Left IeMitutc. A continuance of one month was granted in the case of Charles Turn ock, 12n X. St. Louis st., in city court Saturday morning. Turnock is ac cused by his wife, Mrytle, of child de sertion, it being declared that last September the couple separated. Since that time, according to Mrs. Turnock. the husband has advanced only a small amount for the support of his family. The court allowed the defendant 30 days to secure a position and "make good with his family. HAD NO LICENSE TAGS City Court lines Chicago Man Who Made Own Placard. James Lockhart of Chicago admit ted that he had written his own "Li cense Applied For" placard for his Chicago automobile In city court Sat urday morning, and the court fined him $11. Lockhart declared that he had applied for an Illinois license, and failing to get it had placed the placard on his machine for a run through Indiana. POSTAL RECEIPTS SHOW IB EFFECT Collections During Fiscal Year Ending June 30, Amounted to $261,789.32. Aggregate receipts at the South Bend postoirice for the liscal year end ing June CO, amounted to $201,7Sl.;.2. The general effect of-the war is shown in the fact that the gain for 1914-15 over 1 0 1 -1 4 was only $4,715.82. as compared with a gain of $ 7,7 J5 4 , & S for 191:1-14 over 1912-1::. The total figures for three years are: 1912-1;; 1113-14 1914-15 The receipts for June each of the . .$249,2!S.G2 . . $ 1' 5 7 ,'0 7 1 . o 0 . . $ 2 1) 1 , i o i 9 . 2 1915, agre- gated $2U, 907.50 showing $907.50 over June, 1914, a loss of when the aggregate receipts amounted to $21. 35S.59. The total for the quarter end ing June 30, 1915, was $t7,,;9.7 1 as compared with a total of $67,451.90 for the quarter ending June 30, 1914. The receipts for each month during the two years were as follows: UU3-1 1. July (1913) August September October November December January ( 1914 ) February $19 14 0.43 1 II ! - - - U , i ' . - i 22,965.21 2U.7Su.yi i 25.351.3U 22,095.9b 1!,6 17.27 22,7;9.24 21.35S.59 9.3S0.1 2 1 4, 570. IS 22,14 3.0-1 $21,540.53 ltf.N47.41 20,314.23 22.957.44 1 S, 4 . S March April . May . . June . iu i-i-ir. July (1914 ) August September October November December January (1915) February 2LS3 i .66 20',07.'u3 March ; . . April May June 2 7,509.4 20,4 45.09 2 3.25.13 n i - 9.49 ADJOURNS CIRCUIT COURT UNTIL SEPTEMBER Friday Was La-t Day of -May Term Judge Funk Will Travel Many Caes Disposed of Friday. Frida.v wa? the last day of the May term of the circuit court. Adjourn ment was taken late in the afternoon until Sept. 13 when the court will con vene for the September term. Judge Funk and Mrs. Funk will leave next Tuesday for an extended trip through the west and a visit to the fairs. Twelve criminal cases were dismiss ed Friday upon motion of the prose cutor. The cases dismissed were those of Charles Northan, surety of the peace; Daniel Peters, embezzlement; Steve Toth, assault and battery; Cas sius Lane, assault and battery; John Schroeder, grand larceny; John Duza ki, child desertion; Wilbur Denslow, child desertion; Martin Horning, de sertion; ltichard J. Helland, child de sertion; Joseph Kubiak and Melania DeVreetf. selling liquor on Sunday and Joseph Hojane, grand larceny. ACTS ACAINST LINT IMPORTS. According to an order of the post office department which became effec tive on July 1 there can be no im portation of cotton lint into this coun try through the mails except from certain parts of Mexico. This order has been made tinder the plant quar antine act of 1913. TO BE TAKEN TO PRISON Kobcrt Shay Will ho Sent to JclTcr Mmville to Start Sentence. LA PORTE, Ind., July 10. Sheriff' Ahlgrim was advised Friday that j Itobert Shay, who has been in a Chi- ! cago hospital suffering from injuries ' which he received the night he foil j from a train in Chicago after attempt-' ing to kill James Anderson, a Laporte I county farmer who had sent him to prison for stealing $190. will be taken without trial on the attempted nmr- ; der charge, to the 7sf fersonville, Ind.. ! reformatory to serve seven years of ; his uncompleted sentence. ; SAYS HE BROKE DOOR Woman Files Malicioivs Trespass Charge Apilnt Walter Scliultz. Walter Schultz denied charges malicious trespass in city court Sat urday morning, which were tiled by Mrs. Mary Tracy. The case was con tinued and bond for his appcarane was fixed at 550. Mrs. Tracy alleged that th defendant had broken down a door In her home. The indemnity demanded of Tur key at the close of theliusso-Turkish war of 1 S 77 was $72.".aOj.O0. but liussia agreed to accept f rritori- for S.'GO.'.'l'O.OOO of that sum. It sc-ems incredible that ind-mmt;s bearing a like relation to costs can bo asse?4d at the close of the present struggle. BELIEVE HOLT PUT BOMB ON BH T SH LINER IN NEW YORK Minnehaha Reaches Halifax After Hard Fight With Fire and Storm Thrillinci Tales Are Told. HALIFAX. N. S.. July 10. With flanus caused by the explosion of an infernal machine racing in her No. 3 hold and ai'ter weathering a gale and a thick fog. the steamship Minnehaha of the Atlantic Transport line was brought safely to anchorage In the lower harbor at 1 o'clock Friday aft ernoon. Iate Friday afternoon it Wflji announced that the fire had been ex tinguished. There is no doubt but that the ex plosion was caused by a bomb placed aboard the vessel while she was lyins at her dock in New York city. Offi cials of the line, after listening to the thrilling talcs of Capt. Claret and the 100 members of the crew of tho freighter, which carried 15,0 00 tons of war munitions lor Great Uritain, Mate that they believe It to have been th work of Frank Holt, or of a confed erate. The theory of spontaneous combus tion was never entertained as the ex plosion w;us followed by volumes of suffocating fumes that hampered tho crew in their fight and which the of ficers Insisted came Trom some in fernal instrument. All In Itcatliness. Warned by a message from Fec'y of the Navy Daniels that Frank Holt, alias Lrich Muenter, had boasted that he would send to the bottom some ves sel, the name of which he appeared to be uncertain of. on Wednesday, Capt. Claret had the life boats swung out iu readiness for lowering in event of an explosion occurring. At a quarter past four Wednesday afternoon and when the ship was 570 miles southwest of Halifax, an ex plosion of terrific force took placo shaking the vessel from stem to stern, stunning those of the crew who were, forward at the time, hurling other sailors in the air and fretting lire to the number three hold. For two days and two niuhts in a ti.it f southwest gale the crew fought heroically and succeeded in saving the .ship. The plans of whoever placed tho explosive aboard the vessel to send tlie munition-bearing ship to the bot- i torn, were frustrated by the act that their weapon of destruction was an ticipated. Instructions to make every precaution against an explosion were received by the operator on the Min nehaha at 12:30 noon. Four hours later the explosion occurred. Imme diately upon receipt of the mesao Capt. Claret prepared for the worst. i As thorough an examination as possi ble of the steamer's earo was mado ! in quick time. Nothing suspicious was ! found. Nevertheless the boats were . ... i i i .i.., i ... swung out reaoy io oe i.iuiinini .-.i ,i moment's notice. The speed" of the 1 1 i,0:ir,i given special instructions. Making Half Speed. i siiii) wa.s ieuaceu .uiu iii.hi ju The es:-el was not making moro than half speed when tho exploMm was felt in every part of the ship. Th.-ee seamen standing Pl to tho hatch beneath which tho disturbance occurred, were thrown high into the air. One was picked up in a dazed state and removed to his quarters. An other was on a step ladder and. tho ladder was also lifted into the air. tho seaman clinging tightly to it. He es caped unhurt. 'i was standing on the hatch at tho time," said Seaman C Leonard, "when suddenly there was a terrific explosion and the next thing 1 knew was that I was up in the air." Leonard said that almost immedi ately after the explosion smoke began to appear and then the work of stifling the fire began. Seaman Wright was standing to one .vide of compartment No. 3 splicing a ropo and suffered a sluck. Ik was thrown into the air and badly shaken up. Tho Minnehaha i- still at quaran tine and owing to the gale and un favorable weather conditions thj hatches will not be removed tonight. "mall quantity of smoke continue to pour out and steam is still being In jected. As the fire burned fiercely for 30 hours, it is believed that mo.it of the cargo has been damaged. REPUBLICANS ABOUT TO ATTACK PRIMARY LAW Think Section Kclatho to Paincnt by Candidates to State Treasury is DiM-riininatory in Provisions. INDIANAPOLIS, July 10. Thero seems to be every indication here that tho republicans may soon attack th section of the new primary law. which provides that certain candid. a s shall pay one per cent of th annual .Iary of the o.-nee thy seel; b -fore tiu-ir names can be placed uii the ballots at tiv- primary lection next Marci'. That thhi subject was discussed from ma iy ar.kh by th me ting of democratic lead is. which bloke up here ye' r day became known following toe meet in K. The attack on th primary law may be made on the .theory li;..l it is discriminatory in it provisions ui section L'. Jn thai section all statu candidates, except th- candidates for governor, are ex -Mpt-d from pay ments to the State treasury to I :'.(iDf ( an didates. Meanwhile landidu-s or all other class's, ex pt those for ef tlif salars of which ar- los than annually, are- required to pay one per nt ot th- annual salaries :cfore they legally can bcornc candi- d, it. s. It even i quired that "ider.t, vice president ! f or p and s;m- ! ilar national ortic-s pay Sl-o. to ti. ! Mate tr asury befot e tlu ir names can ' appear on the preferential prim:;r f j ballots. Such provisions as tin sc. n b.-l;-ved here-, may invalidate thu :;on of the law. The republican. meanwhile, arc p'annir.: l i ia u . A a their suit against tlu- provision tho pin:... 'H' law that k--ps the b ;ll moos-tr-i from voii:g at the primaries for ai.v other candidate than their own. if they are ehallen-ed bv eitht r chal- l-nger. AH in all. the primary is in it u o ,:ld s em t hat tor a real trilling before the :;rst application of the iuW Kr.'-li-h engineers have bcilt a . per making machine that will turn, ut :- f et of newspaper. 11j ineht wide, u. minute.