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Ki tin,! t-ivinvi.M., jim; 2, 191. fflü 5UU I"H BtLViD NEWS-TIMES 71 ITCT 1 A JIT A YS A jlTk TT n AT 7 TTT 1 7P 1 f R ff L I 1 ? 2-J ß-J ZLS Bf I I Si I Ä II 2!TI 1 II Ii Program of Games and Dances Features Party Turnout is Large. Prof J. !'. Ni-ii'-r w.i ji sentetl with a. hand.-"!,!! If.itlw.r tr.iv-linR i-.'ifj ay a Kift f th- teachers and t j; r'. nc i i' ils of the jullu- .s hool f ; th- city. Th iir'-F'-ntatifn sptf h j A.is mar- by I'rof. Horton. Th ' of l'Jll also jr"ent-l .Mr. Nu-1 r. r vitn a i;oll p-rw il. Mr. N'uiut r'-poiul-'! i..y thanking tli- teachf-is. principal ar.tl raduatrn anl tjavo a hört famw-ll talk. H- v i 1 1 -(iiine suprriptf'.'idf'fit of thv South Iif-nd schools July 1. MI.hs IInrlf-tt; Ixotens contribut f l a r'adin)?. Members of the- hieh .chool tjrail u.itinjf tlasH were royally fntrtain-l at a reception tendered them by the Alumni as.vclittlon ;it the high .chool Thursday niht. P.esides the 4f memlra of the clajs. there were nearly 100 alumni member in at tendance. I'rcs't 12. J. W. Fink welcomed the lavs to the ranks of the association, and a reply was made by Hardy ftebMns, cluss president. In the re reivint; line were the ollicers of the association, the rlas.1 officers. Prof. J. Xuner, superintendent of schools. Prtn. I). V. Horton of the high school and many members of the association. Several contests were held tend ing tc break the ice of sociability, which was followed ly the serving of refreshments. The Kruduatini; class, as the guests of honor, re ceived their share of the pood things tirst, and the others present waited for "sectind table." All had plenty, however. While tho refreshments were be in disposed of the floor was cleared and dancing: was enjoyed until after 1 1 o'clock. Th turnout of mern lT3 was one of the largest ever present at a reception. mimnAY ii.nnt:il. Mi. and Mrs. C. K. Lawrerjce of K. drove st. entertained a number of relatives at a 12 o'clock dinner Thursday. The affair was in honor of their daughter's birthday anni- ersary. iVllSHAWAKA CLASSIFIED WANT ADS loll -SAIJ one brand new as iron, has been used 1 month. Cost for quick sale $ti;also uood coast- brake bicycle Owner leav ing city. 21S-220 X. Sprint: st. WA NT I'D Porter and kitchen help. Hotel Mishawaka. Wild i;XCHANC,i: An s room modern house: in Auborn. Ind., for uant loLs In Mishawaka. St.' rk Realty Co.. Ill M tin st . Misha waka. Home phone 24.".. WANT III) House of 5 or 7 rooms. Call Central tire station. FOR RRNT S rooms- and bath at 2 U.I W. 6th st. Central Realty Co.. South Rend Ind. 1 1. P. 5111; Reil P. 432. AUTOS, MOTOR & RICVCMIS. FOR HARK Fiv-pa.--.--en gel cross country Rambler, A-l condition. Call Mishawaka, Home phone 21; Pell c,21. IUIAL USTATi: 1XJK sali:. FOR S.ARR 7 room houe. modern except furnace, near business cen ter. 7 room house 14th st.; Z room ettace 11. Marion st. Vacant lot Ce dar st. Riverside addition. Acre tract with u rowm cottage. Mishawaka. Reroth & Moon, Attorneys, 136-iaS X. Main st.. South Rend. Phones: 622S-G2S7. ra GRADUAT NB GUSS LINCOLN THEATER TODAY ' ' cv . ss i i ! - 4 . tiling Mond.i). "THE RATTLE OF rr-yn-mnfiv. J! Noli .V-o .Stars In Neu-7imes Office: 111 South Main Street. Home Phone 118; Bell 10 -V- '::t.:r L. "the ruling PASSION J Tiihb wTaiiii 'iiHiiiiinii liiiiif iniw mwiiii rJMWJ William K. .hay and Clare Whit ney will be presented in "The Ruling Passion," produced in the West In dies, at the Temple theater today. ACCIDENT RESULTS IN DEATH OF AGED WOMAN Mrs. D. Ileynlers. 72 years old, T.2-' IJncoln way W.. died at St. Joseph's hospital shortly before 11 o'clock Thursday niht. Four weeks at,ro she met with an accident by falling, and was taken to the hos pital where die gradually sank. The immediate cause of death was heart failure. Her husband, Daiserey Keyniers, survives, as well as the followim? sons and daughters: Frank and Charles, Chicago; Edward and (leork'e, Toledo, and William. Mish- awaka; Mrs. Joseph Averbvck, i'hl cao; Mrs. Roy France, Chicago; Mrs. Herman Kammerer, Misha I'waka. The family has resided in Mish awaka for many years. The funeral will be held Monday morning. I ;xti:rtai xs mm 1 irrv. Mrs. Christian Wambach. 834 Lin coln way V... delightfully entertained the Indies' Aid society of the St. Peter's Herman Lutheran church at her home Thursday afternoon. A short business session was held, af ter which the afternoon was spent socially. A delieoius luncheon was served. Covers were laid for 33 quests. mission ciRCLi: Mi'irrs. Mis. Harvey Carler, K. Rroadway, entertained the Woman's Mission circle of the Evangelical church Thursday afternoon. Musical selec tions were enjoyed. Luncheon was served. , "FAST LYNN 17' ACiAIX ILILSlS "Rast Lynne" was presented to a well pleased audience at the Cen tum theater Thursday niirht, and tonight the company will give a two act comedy entitled "Caprice." A creditable performance is assured by the Montrose players, who have succeeded in establishing them selves as favorites amonj,' the pa trons of the Century. The company will close its present engagement on Sunday night. MARRARET VIXLMAV DIES Margaret Vellman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vellman. 312 Raker st.. died Thursday evening. She was born Sept. 1.1. 190 4, and was in her 12th yer. She is survived by her parents and the following brothers and sisters: Charles. Raymond. Ju lius. Rene and Marie. The funeral will be held Saturday morning from St. P.avo's Catholic church. Rev. Fr. Shoekaert officiating. Rurial will be in St. Joseph's cemetery. Ir. Ran E. Smith, dentist. Rooms 1. 2, o Engledrum Rldg. Reil phone 11; Homo UIT. Advt. 'The Upstart' A fine satirical society drama, featuring Marguerite Snow and GEORGE LAGUERE. Do you believe in ivorce? Whether you do or not, don't miss this extraordi nary feature. Adults 10c. Children 5c Till. SEXES," Rrillith ITcHluction. Mttro Pirtnres f 1 f. . '. V j The pictures ;n' of an Oriental harem, a fatal love and the incense of the warm east. All of this is the basis and the background of this bifc Fox production. ST. JOSEPH'S ALUMNI HAS ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of St. Jo seph's Alumni association was held in St. Joseph's school building on Thursday evenin. when arrange ments for a party on the evening of June 7 were made. This function will take place in St. Joseph's hall. It was also decided to tender a ban quet to the graduating class of 1916 on June 22, at the Hotel Misha waka. The committee in charge of arrangements is: Miss Mildred Klein, Miss Margaret Leyes and Fred Hums. June 18 will be ob served as general communion day. After the meeting the memhers of the alumni visited the home of Miss Rthel Klaer. 231 K. Ninth st., whose funeral takes place today, and who was a member of the alumni. They extended their sympathy to the sor rowing family. SATIRICAL DRAMA AT THE LINCOLN TODAY "The Fpstart," featuring Mar guerite Snow, who is supported by a strong cast, will be shown at the Lincoln theater today. This is a splendid satirical society drama, and depict "the upstart" going forth into the world preaching his theo ries. His neglect of his family af fairs, while preaching his theories, enrages his wife and disgusts her with him. and when he arrives home after one of his missionary tours, he find a note from her, saying she has concluded he is crazy, and that she will get a divorce. This sets him wild hut the picture will have to be seen to get th? denouement. ITHEL KLAER FUNERAL. The funeral of Miss Ethel Kaer, 2.".1 E. Mli st.. was held from St. Joseph's Catholic church FriJay morning at i o'clock. Rev. Dean L. A. Moenrh officiated. The Misses Virginia Radomski. Helen Weber, Helen Hehring, Charlotte Recher, Marie Schnellbach and Katierine Weinkauf, classmates of Miss Klaer, acted as pallbearers. Rurial was in the St. Joseph's cemetery. niSCr.KS STEALING CASES. Juvenile Olficer W. E. Miller on ferred with Acting Chief Potts Fri day morning on the cases of the two young girls who confessed to stealing many small articles from local and South Rend stores. Action on the matter will probably not be taken before the first of next week. MOOSE DANCE Saturday night. Opelt's five-piece orchestra. Adv. TaERTURY ( THEATER J TONIGHT The Montrose Players will present a two-act comedy drama entitled CAPRICE. This is the last week of The Montrose Players. PICTI RE PLAYS Florence Lawrence in a two-part society drama WHEN LIFE FADES. L-Ko Comedy "A RENO ROMANCE. ComiiLg Monelaj For one week's engagement Musical Comedy Co. 12 People P.argain prices still remain. MICIEIII FOES CLASH AT SPRINGOROOK LOT 1 Singers and Ball Bands Meet! Saturday For First Fray. Old enemies will meet and Mood should Mow at .'jirinl rook park next Saturday afternoon when the Singer and Rail Rand teams are scheduled to go nine rounds of bae- J all. The game was originally t marked down for the north side park, but as Smith's cluo is absent, the larger and better ti Id w ill be used. From the way things shape up neither team will have much of a snap winning and the game should be a much better fray than that of last Saturday, when Olier's hitters, aided by "Cy" Young, downed the locals. 11 to 4. Poor pitching is blamed for the defeat, both Hilbert and Porter be ing unable to show anything more than form on the mound. Hilbert wobbled and was jerked, and Porter fared even worse. Willis may be given a chance to go the nine rounds Saturday as he has not worked the distance yet in the Factory league, and even traveling at a fair speed should be a big improvement over the stuff meted out by Hilbert and Porter. Marks or Martin will prob ably be on the mound for the sew ing machine lads and should send some choice offer inu.s over for the locals to swing at. IJttle change will probably be made in the local line-up. although if Willis pitches Hosteller may get a chance at rliiht field. He has plenty of speed on the sacks and gets in a good blow every once in a while. Moriarity will hold down short. VICTIM IS WORSE. Mrs. Martha Runyan, victim of Wednesday's auto crash, was re poited as being worse by hospital authorities Friday noon. She is not expected to live through the day. E. P. (lalbreath's condition was re ported improved. FRANK KIRCHNER PRAISES TANLAG Man, of Wide Acquaintance Throughout Southern Indiana, Tells of His Relief. Jeffersonville, Ind., June 1. Frank Kirchner. :;i." Ohio avenue, Jeffersonville. candidate for city council from his ward host fall and well known throughout southern Indiana, said recently while discuss ing Tanlac. the Master Medicine: "I have been a sufferer from hay fever and asthma for thirty years. Each summer, for twenty-five years. I have gone to Michigan in the hope that the change of climate would relieve me. I also took all kinds of medicines and spent hundreds of dollars, but without result. "As soon as I began taking Tanlac I noticed a decided change in my condition. It has helped mo won derfully and I believe it will prove as beneficial for others suffering as I was. I most heartily and cordially recommend Tanlac because I have tested it. and know its worth." When such prominent men as Mr. Kirchner, known, not onlv in his own community, but through the southern part ot the state, speak such words of praise for Tanlac, the merits of the Master Medicine should be proven. Tanlac is sold exclusively in Mish awaka at the Red Cross Pharmacy. Advt. Pork Loin Roast. . . .16c Pork Chops, small and lean 17c Pork Butts 16c Fresh Picnic Hams.. 13c Pork Shoulder Steak 16c Whole Pork Shoulder 14c Country Bacon 1 4c Home Sugar Cured Hams, any size. . .19c Sugar Cured Bacon. .18c Medium Lean Bacon 14c Round Steak 17c Beef Pot Roast... 1214c Beef Rib, boil 10c Beef Brisket 9c Beef Shoulder Roast 14c 10-lb. Pail Lard, home rendered $1.35 TIIK PRICFS Poll CASH AND NOT DHL! VERLR. Fred Major Market Mishawaka !JUDGE LENIENT WITH MAN WHO KICKS WIFE i Jude JYitf told Frank Shidler that be could consider himself fortunate :n escaping with a line of $10 and io.-ts. w hen the latter was arraigned and found guilty on a charge of as sault and battery tiled by his wife. Evidence showed that on Wednes day when Shidler was drunk he kicked his wife three times and twisted her arm. She said that often 1 efore he has done tho Rime thing, rnd that she is compelled to work in the factory in order to proide clothing for herself and children. Shidler made the pica that he was drunk but on questioning by the judge adndtted that he sometimes hit his wife when he was sober. E. C. lnhard, who had Charles Motts arrested on a charge of as sault and battery Wednesday, re fused to prosecute the case and it was dismissed. MISHAWAKA BOY TO BE ORDAINED SOON Invitations have been received in this city to attend the first solemn mass of Rev. Father Walter H. Coffeen. which will be celebrated at St. Joseph's Catholic church in South Pend Sunday, June 11. at U:::o o'clock. Mr. Coffeen will be or dained at St. Andrew's cathedra1 at Little Rock, Ark.. Thursday mornmg. .Mine S. at 7:30 o'clock by the R.-zht Rev. John Raptist Morris. L. 13. Rev. Coffeen is a former Misha waka boy and is the son of Mrs. Julia Coffeen. 22 2 W. Rroadway. He is well known and has a large circle of friends in this city. RECEIVE WORD OF LOCAL MAN'S DEATH Andrew Snyder, 20 years oid. and son of H. W. Snyder. 517 Short st.. Mishawaka. died at Akron, O.. Thursday morning, word to this ef- . 1 w LIT TWlf ll r nJ -Z Wnn. Fox Presents "THE RULING PASSION" Starring Handsome Wm. (Rilly) Shay and Maire Whitney. In 5 big Fox Acts. Pictures of an Oriental harem a fatal love and the incense of the warm cast. Also "WON WITH A MAKE-UP" Imp Corned)'. Saturday The Rlue Rird photo Play Co. Presents the Elaborate 5 -act drama THE GILDED SPIDER tt With Louise Lovely. Sumlay Paramount Pictures Corporation Presents the great "worth while" picture TO HAVE AND TO HOLD" With Mae Murray, noted star of Ziegfeld's Follies. T KM I'LL TALK. Paramount, l'ox ami Illiif llird I'icturr are prM.rntetl x liishely in The Temple whleli flrtt et;ilIUhee it an the Theater where the highest ldalit of th Mlt'iit Art are' enilxxllevl, ronple! with thU h the atmoxpherr of reflneiiie'nt, an environment that lift lit e-ntertainment into that sphere m truly ele-eerveel by tlie Iritniu of the fereen. It U the harmony of purpose that ha I1:m-mI the Temple upon a pin nae Ir both unieue and note worthy. Uateh for I)ntln I'arnnm In "lien Itbiir" ami Clan Kimhall oiiiif in "Lela. rominr soon. Take our tip, Me "To Hare and to llold here Sunday an It In one of the bent pie I lire of the f.ea en. ADl I.TN IOt. CIIILDKKV 5. Frankforts . . Bologna Liverwurst . . Pork Sausage Minced Ham Head Cheese Smoked Sausai Salt Pork . . . Liver Knockwurst . Hearts Smoked Picnic Veal Pockets Veal Stew . . . Veal Roast . . Veal Chops . Spareribs . . . . 11c SATUR feet having been received bv the family. He had 1 een ail'.ng about three weeks. He left he re a year ago last April, and was encaged in business in the Ohio city. P.esides his father, he leats one sister. Mrs. Daisy Heeter. of this city, and a brother, Amos, living in Montan. The body arrived in Mishawaka Fri day morning and was taken to the Snyder residence. Funeral service's will be held Suncay afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the residence. Rev. R. D. Spangler of the First Evangelical churcT will officiate. Rurial will be in Fie City cemetery. MISHAWAKA MVSIC I'OR CHICARO. The Mishawaka Woolen Co.'s band of 30 pieces leaves fur Chicago Sat urday morning whore they will take part in the preparedness parade. This is one of the most important engagements the bnd has ever tilled away from home. They have been engaged to play three times during the day, forcnoor. afternoon and night. Sunday they will give a con cert at Springbrook. Rl'ILDING ri:R3IITS IsslTJi. Following are the building per mits issued by the city clerk's oitice. Friday morning: J. P. Pinney for ?. C. Shobe. for a garage at 4 14 Lin coln way W., value $32 S; and MiPer Rros., for Mr. and Mrs. Francis Evans, for a one-story building on E. Fourth st., value $ 7TS. FINISH RAM; DIA3IOM). Fniess rain interferes the base ball diamond being constructed in West End park by Street Commis- n COM IG SOON" "ForbiddenFruit" AT THE LINCOLN. -4 .1 H3 Hade to Palm Beach, Summer Cool Mohair and Silk Suit ings. Beautiful Patterns, Plain Pin Stripes, Tartan Check and Glen Urquhart Plaids. Light and dark colors. Looks like regular suiting. Values $12 to $16 FOR !5 and $1 Made to your individual measure in any style you may choose. P. G. Lehman Rooms 7-8. Keller Blk. Mishawaka. r 1 roMi; sc nn Cr 11 1 ruiuiuuciinuii AT THE LINCOLN. r-1 Measure s9 Special Sale of Porch Swings F Ji ! 25 Four Foot Solid Oak Porch Swings Complete with galvanized chains and ceiling hooks, full shaped seat and back, a splendid value at $ 1 .49. sioner Charb's iMolittb will ! com pleted l!i time f.'f play by Hie F ill day - ho"! teams Satuiday a!tr nx?i. The fie-M will be a skin dia m r. d atTair and wi!l be r.e of the be-st in the it. A similar M will j soon be laid o it in Merr;'H park j HEPS TOKEN FROM LEXHFF.. j The n. embers f the Epw.ith .league met in the m i tainment ;ar- lors of the M tho.h-t Memorial church Friday nicht in a raejtioii t Miss Mary HrU.' b-. third i- pres ident of the bac.ie. who will bae soon for Cincinc. iti. Mis Hribble wa: presented with a beautiful sift is a token of appreciation for her work in behalf of the le.i-ue. A mo-t pleasant ertevinc was enjoyed. Mishawaka Chapter. N. R. A. ! M.. stated convocation tonicht. ! M. H. WE P.ST EE. 1 1. P. H. E. SFOERS. scoy. Adv Hreen and wax ban seed at Wur;: Pros, groe.-rv. Advt. SPECIALS For Pork Butt Roast Pork Butt, sliced Pork Loin Roast Pork Chops, small and lean . . Veal Roast Veal Chops Veal Steak Standinsr Rib Roast 14c Chuck Beef Roast 14c Stewing Beef 10c Sirloin Steak 1 7c Round Steak 1 7c 2 Lbs. Marigold Butterine 37c 2 Lbs. White Rosebud Butterine 37c 2 Lbs. Cak Grove Butterine 37c Pickled Pork 10c SMOKED FISH PLENTY FRESH FISH. Woodka Bros. Sit!0 Sl- ."20 South Chapiii Stivot ) J J- South 821 South Chapiii Strit 1220 W. Wnnliiiitoii Ae. I 1 MICHELIN-FOUNDED- 1832 III i ll r-i r-v !Üli(ÜLHiiiilLiii 12 to 15 Like Titbli R.c. . I i I Ii illll l! I , normal triad ! i iil V RtTre.i I ft.8PKe.of y y' 1 Fabric Her J'S'-. I ! 1 ! X:' 1 ! I i I I I i 1!! i I i 1 ' 1 i f j III! I! ill i:! 'i! rii'tji' Ü Mil! I!!'!!!! When you buy your next tire make this timple test. Let us weigh a Michelirt Unirersal Tire in comparison with any other non-skid of the same size. You vill ßndthe Michtlin 12 to 1 50 header than the average, the exact percentage depending cn the tize cf the tire used in the tat. This extra weight represent extra rubber and fabric, which means extra service. Mishawaka Garage 214-216 S. MAIN ST. Fred Snyder, Prop. II ' 11--- 1 1 (ONEJQUALITY Full box edge, adjustable head rest, couch hammock, sides, pad, and back covered in extra heavy canvas; high - grade springs, An unusual value at $12.75. Stands and awninsrs extra. MISHAWAKA TRUST & SAVWGS CO. Mn.n!o Temple Rid. INSriLANCTi I'lH', Au-U.nbll lAftWllty. Uuivbu-y. Wktiurnjc' (Vrnv prrntitlon. Anldmt, Sttrvm RoUrr. ROXTS. rWiitj and Snrrtj. RilL I T ATE. MO VI TV TO IXN RT INT. VI- t 1 "oii(; v(M) f 1 iiP L!J.I I" Till : i j "roroiusienrruu i j AT THE LI(XL. hi, i mmt ii . iwi'y i m IT' SATURDAY 15c 16c 16c 17c .16c 17c 20c Boiled Ham, sliced 35c Frankforts 11c Bologna 11c Fresh Picnic Sausage. . . I2V2C Hamburg 12l2c Pickled Pis Feet 10c Veal Loaf . 18c Smoked Picnic Hams 14c Smoked Hams 18c Sugar Cured Bacon, extra lean 1 7c Bend ; South Liulii Strt-vl nion Stnvt .!' I, Extra Weight 4 I ' i ' 1 i in:', iM,',;: KICHILIN UKIMfiSAL TS LAD l , ! ; ONLY-THE B'jfl: full length chains. ii'iii -V U - i - J T 1 M . s'V J' Aelult- lOo 1 LiKIreii 0"