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1Z TmT4M.w r;vi;M:t.. inxrjrni:j; 7, Elkhart N ews 14 Shopping Days Until Christmas INDIANA AND MICHIGAN STATE HAPPENINGS 3t EXHIBITS FEATURE IGE CREAM NfflH Manufacturers of Frozen Dainties Hold Convention With Dairy Men. A" I!: - i! 'm : j INDIANA!" I. I.-'. Ii.'l. I. . 7. rr(,vui- rhiMrrn th'-y will ,o pir-j:hiiir- of ..f .1. riptton ;ir ti'-tl;irly nol fori' crani. cm.; h -a n m , . ,v. i, " t i--n with th t know a hardy, strnrm woman , -iM ;o; ,.f th- Iti'Iiaii.i u ho s;.c-nt rnoro th in two y.-ars in M.irv;f.i f.irrs of I . i r . I " r 1 U' -. j ir) val i f ! i - in . During thnc- two cirs i ! It.'!; , i i I er. M.m-.i- j . ilS kept alivf on ire erf-am." t.r.r-. .(;..!, o;.. :,. -I w. ti.- C.-r- Th- joint mm .-nf ion will a-nt ho W. - In T" 1 !." a .- -i: ,n :t - in -iitiv h i.i it ;. -!'; t.. i-on- . t a ! i ! r ;.:;!.-. i r i r 1 v on a I -a " it h t fi- r'p. l : of t h fo-. At !..: t ! ;!.! r- -'in- shil-it.- is a ' ' . . ; 1 1 r i . i : ) r for a ow, Thf r i' a! o 1 1 , i a t of nirii hiri'i for : r;z ;ni!r , er ai:: an-I latt-r til'- i O -A to t)l- o i l . , I Ml r. Til'1 hi ;on f . t n s t ; . T!ii!iay aii'I . t t i . It J. N. Iliriy. i' t;iry of t)i" t' hoard of h nlth, t!).- prilif ipal ' l I' of th - : . i . i.-. -Iar-.l t i mi. 1 1 I r a J 1 a t r- n 111)1' of j Inasmuch lk Mfmbr Fund im uad right on th farm, r do not mploy an expensive sales force. I'ut to rrall? interested pertens w will f I we full information ahout th HOG CLUBS FARM eurtelvc. or in ur I i lliUtratcd book and Kcpott. deKnUd below. 8 ' -Til MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE r' U w-: i .-V V r- . o ' . A Small but Complete Investment That Can Bring Large Annual ProIIts r :- JM.'. Oi - ' ' :." ; f w It i f3 T7 T7T7 0 M'e raon-y in America' Grciteit U04 Couitry where costs are low. Demand enorm&u! Profit frcm big pork production on Locally Owned Scicniiücallv Conducted liiiiii IMIm Mit Of Several Hundred From Railroad and iE A S Y J TERMS I If not convert 3 ient to pay all cash we will j gladly arrange I terms to suit 1 vour wishes i r Get Ownfrihin In this Money-Maklnz Backed by Lctdir.g Local Buiineii Send, Call, H'rif or Phone for Illustrated 73 And General Report of HOG CLUBS FARM, vth Map. Photo grph, Statement of Buiinett and Refer ence. Act today! 'i CLUB FARMS & TOWN DEV. SYNDICATE 1100 Hartford Bldg., Chicago, Illinois, Soutli Ccnd Representative, Central Realty Company i A. G. VOIGT, Manager. 236 South Michigan Street. "1 the- I, . si of f., ..,.-. A. l'.'.'.kwal'x r s;-;.e on "Or i r.iz.ttiJi ;inl 'oojr ;.t'"n in l!'iir.""." ;in .v F. I'l.is t r-r f II ';ntinirtm. jircMl-iit of tb- iff en .mi in;in!if.icti:rcrs, df-liv- ' fr-l th ;nriu;il a'Mrr.-s. "If- ream is nnc of thr vrry l(.i-t of fno'lx." sairj Ir. Hnrty. "Yrt it 1 -i a fi-.! th;it w mut f;it in mol- rr.itinn. Tint i trie .f ;my foo'I. If -.it too rni'.rh ice crc-.im wo ;.r- apt to MitTrr in proportion. rron;it,y thf l.r-vt ihinK I cm say fr i 'r';i!n is that it should at'-n at m:il tims. Ice erf-nm i t pa r t i( 11 !a r lv l'do, for rowinir chil- ,r-ri from wliat I know of f on -ill i a tin, i to (li.ciNint,r pro poa!s f..r leu'isl.ition to ko I fere th- j-tutc U-iM.ituro this winUt. MAYOR STRIKES DRUNK N- -Ti tu0- .! STvi: M A I I S X. Ii... I (('. 7. Ira ' -1 . i r K . a farin.-r was yivfn a knork o.it iilo .N h- Maor .lam.-.s il. Cruz' r ; toiay and lat r tinrd hy th- mayor for drunkt-nrv-ss. ('lark stniek at 1 th- mayor wfiilf th lattrr was at-tf-mptini: io iaift the ian. who was jattr.utin altiitioi hy his nds.. It i was th.-ii tiiat ro.i.-r l-livtrc-l his tkiiorl.out blow. Iii ,iV A Multiplies in Hogs! I 3 (CD: This Sum Buys Actual Ownership In Live stock. Land. Buildings and all Im provements : V til'I'Pil- .7 v. is r Acres Purchased Ready to Stock I '..- '-- Pastures for Thousands of Hogs! Big Crops! Hogs Harvest Themselves! Farmers, nearby, grow hogs at as low as 2 cents a pound sell at 7J 2 to 1 1 cent! Buy One Or More 01 Our $65 Hog Ownership and Club Profit-Sharing: Certificates r i InJu Men . 1 Man Riding to Miles South Bend Met by Police. From Vf-n s-1 irn-s Sp- i.i Sc-rTii t : NIU .Jich.. Dec. 7. Tho t;r?t a tim of t lie neu' order hantlod t' th' train n.w of th Sutli rn .Mich igan railua (ompany, that n in t t..j person should rid- on -.rs. w as land d ir. the t ity jail alter th.o 1' o'clock tar arrived from South i:nd 't-fnfM.lay noon. The poii-e h:ul been notiti'd hy phont that theje was an intoxic ated man Hn th- rar and Chief Kran is met th ar at the station and es-ortd the man to Jail. Th- cmdurtor i at a to nn- dfrstand ho the man uot n the car without his knowledge, and lie fid-ntly did nt show the ctftcts of hi drinkii.i: when he Rt on at South Hend, hut vhen the cndtictor tried to collect Ins fjire- the man wa.s too far under the effects of liquor to he aroused. Maor Wood declared Wednes'l i.v that the arrest of the man. it is hoped, will le a lesson to others that Ni'.es and Southern Michigan v ill nct he a lutnpinu ground for Indiana ilrunkf. W. f. Harrah lett Wednesday for Mt. Wolf. I'a.. to attend a met tin,' of dir-ctors of the American Wire Cah lics fomnany. Mrs. Howard Hand, who has hten at Hpworth hospital at South Hend for treatment, was aide to return t her home here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. ileorcre Uildehidle ar rived home Wednesday from Goshen where they attended the funeral ser vices for his father. KU Uildehidle. who died at the advanced ace of SJ 3-ears after a brief illness with pneu monia. He wa.s a veteran of the Civil war. Arrangements have been made for having a municipal Christmas tree in Niles. The program will he Riven early in the evening of Christmas eve. Doc. 21. The arrangements are In charge of the officers of the Woman's Progressive league. Family night was ohserved at the Presbyterian church Veinsday eening. The- memhers of the church and congregation gathered as fam ilies for a picnic supper after which a brief service was held. The remainder of the evening1 wa-s spent in a social manner. ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE SCORNS DRY FEDERATION r. S. Shnmaker Says llcasons Will ho (ilvcn Out Ixiter Meet Next Week. NY -Tim es SpecL'il Servier: INDIA N A P( ) LIP. Ind., Dec. 7. The Indiana Iry federation adopted a report of a committee composed of the Rev. I.uther K. Sellers. In dianapolis. Dr. Homer J. Hall. Franklin and Mrs. Culla J. Vay hinger, Upland, which outlined the plan of cooperation, declaration of the federation and a plan for organ ization. The organization will hol perfected at a meeting to be held here next Wednesday when officers will he elected. The anti-saloon league has not affiliated with the federation in its effort to obtain legislation which will put Indiana in the dry column. K. S. Shumaker of the Anti-Saloon league said that the leamie would not join the federation and that an explanation would be given out in the next few days. HURT IM ELEVATOR FALL One .Man i llnrictl Ih'neatli Load of riirniture. Nw -Tim-- S;.-. ill Srrvir': INliAXAlMLIS. Ind.. Doc. T. T( men were injured Wednesday e.ih;, ime probably fatally, when an elevator able snapped and tho a at the National Furniture Co.'s store dropped from the third floor tr the haemer.t. l'lincr Marsh va caught ur.vler some furniture ami rereieu internal injuries. which 1 rolull ill ciuso Iiis i'ith. Jack Frtro was badly injured, his right arm being crushed. FIRST KITE RU so Doctor Tells How To Strengthen Eyesight 50 per cent In One Week's Time in Many Case A lYee Prc""criptoti Von Can Hac Filled and Use at Horm. Phii.ult lpLid. Pa. lh you wear glavws? Are jou .1 vi tim of e traln or otbeT e)e weakiies"! If . ynu mill t glad t kio that iwcordlng U lr. thor ia revii hoi for you. Mirny w'ji.se e)s were falling ay tLey have bad their: een rentoreil tLrcvgh ti e principle oT Lais inlerful free prescription. ne uuui Fays. aftr tryiap it '" as almvit blind: ceuld not t read at all Now I can rtned anythiop without any glasses and ei ejv do rot wut?r any more. At night they woiild pain dreadfully: now tW f'"l f-n 'l the time. It wax like a ir.lrac! U nje.' A ladj ! usl it sat: Thf ntmonpbrrv memi baiy lth or with out gl.'.s.M-s. tut after as.ng tiis prc- :rtition for fifteen ererything lu--nij 1ht I rjn rJ ftn print wlth rut glas-.es " It is . t lifvt-J taat tliou pauds I.o weir fflusrn can now 4 l- cer.l tbjn in a rtsouatl time and nul tltods nrre will be abl to Mirngthcn Uarir cy 51 as to be parrd LV tronhle od 1 r n of evr pitting glasier Eye irooblra X ouo dcciiUo&a ma t SAYS EVANSVILLE IS USING UNFIT POTATOES Kctailcr Committee Attacks Mayor lloi-c's Policy of IVujing I'ooxl I 'or City. New s-Ti rri Sj i:il -rvl-: KVANSVIhLH. Ind.. Per. 7. A new phase of th food situation cropped up here when a conmi itt'-e representing th- wholesale and re tail grocers and produce dealers of the city gave a statement asserting that th" carload f potatoes pur chased by Ma vor Fosse and sold fo the public v. as unfit for use. The dealers i-clared that they had been refused by a local commission house. In the absence of Mayor Ilosse city oflieials asserted that the only thing th- matter with the potatoes was their small size and that complete tests had shown they were sound and fit for consumption. Pres't Fox of the state federation of labor was quoted as denouncing the- mayor's purchase of non-union mined coal to reliee the shortage here. The local central union through its grievance committee has refused to take action in the mat ter and declared that tho mayor is taking the proper steps in view of increasing prices. APPROVE HOUSING PLAN Chamhvr of Comment Authorizes ("oriKnation Tor Ilnildings. News -Times Spi i.il Service : ST. JOSi:i'H. Mich.. Dec. T. Placing the stamp of approval of the chamber of commerce on a $.-.'. 000 corporation now being formed to take car: of the con struction of new houses and flat buildings in this city, the boar' of directors of the civic organization Tuesday night held one of the most important meetings In the history of the chamber. The report and rec ommendations of the special hous ii.g committee named several weeks ago to investigate housing condi tions in St. Joseph and to recom mend a course of Motion, was unan imously adopted. The action of the directors as sures for the city a businesslike, progressive and comprehensive plan of immediate action looking toward the erection of permanent homes to take care of the large addition to the population of the city. OPEN GREAT FARM SHOW Five Hundred McinN-r Arc lVcsoiit at Kit I Meeting. News-Tiir.es Special Service: f! I LAND 1LAPIDS. Mich.. Dec. 7. With nearly "00 members pres ent, the 4 St h annual meeting of the Michigan State Horticultural society was opened Tuesday. The apple show is one of the big features of the meeting. The speakers and their topics were: George I-riday. Coloma. 'Michigan's. Many Advantages;" Leon J. Hiker. Traverse City. ' The Necessity for Advertising Fruit, and How to Do It." Mr. Baker said that all that was reeded for Michigan fruit was ad ertising. "We have the fruit in abundance, we have the quality, but above all our fruit has the tlavor that is distinctive," he said. Among other things urged by Mr. Faker was honest packing and the adoption of a state fruit slogan. URGE INVESTIGATION Pike County ItiLvinesH Men Want Federal Flection 1tIm. News-Tim- Special Service: PFTFKSP.FKC. Ind.. IVc. 7. Twenty leading business men today signed anl forwarded to F. S. Dist. Atty. Slack at Indianapolis, a peti tion asking for a federal inestiga tion of the recent election .in Pike county. The petition followed a finding hy the board of Pike county commissioners upholding the result of th recount, in which Peter IL. Miller. lemoerat. was declared elected sheriff over Wayne Fryan. republican, by :',." votes. srrri:us attack. X ws-Tiiaes Special Service; nillT WAYNK. Ind., Doe. 7. A. Southahal, a youth of l recently arrived here from North Dakota was found today to be suffering from a well defined case of infantile paralysis. He is a nephew of a prominent local manufacturer whose home has been 'p-arantined. wonderfully bewfited by following tb sicaple rules llen is the prescription: Ci to any active ilm; store and get x !ott of Ilon-fpto tablets. Inp on i:oa-efto tablet in a Xoirrth of a irlas of ater and iI1jw to dinsolv. Wifntbls !ujuid bathe the eyes two to four time daily. You should notice your eyes clear up perceptibly right from the start and Inflammation will pilckly dLsappear. If your eytn are bothering you. evwi a little. Uke steps to saTe tfceia nuw t-efor it i too lat. Many hopde?d7 hliod migfct have been aved if Lb-y Lad cared for tiir eyes hi time. Note:--Another prominent Thjiclan to whom tte Hhove article w5 Fubnittd, said: loi.-pto ia a very remarkable remedy. lt cntituPIlt Ingredients are well known .to eminent eye specialists and w idely preterit ed by them. Th mnn ufaciurem fcunrant It to trntchn eyesight .V pr cent in one e k s tice in nary lust.ines or nfum! the raoney. It an le ohtain--,t from hot jroo! .Ircjpcist and I one f tbe rrrj few preperatious I Wei shield be kept on hand for rejulir in almot every fimilr Wetti. k'a Cut Uatr- AledWloe t-tore i.Ua 1U AJtC GITE OLD CASE III PAVING SQUABBLE Lexington Av. and Second St. Work Proved Worthless as Predicted. Newa-Times Spc ial Service: KLKHAUT. Dec. 7. About 1" ears ago the hoard of works decid ed not to accept the paving done to Lexington a v. and Second St., hut the citizens insisted that the. pavement be accepted after $1.000 had been withheld its a guarantee that the work would be satisfactory. This amount was suppose! to cover the cost of re-surfacing the streets if that became lU'ccspary. As in th ea.se of the Indiana a v. pavement, the property owners had been warn ed by experts that the pavement was not according to specifications. However.- the property owners insisted upon accepting with the $16.000 to be withheld. This was finally done. The pavement yoon became worth less and the F.ermuda Asphalt Co., made a few repairs and th-n failed. The maintenance lond therefore became void a.nd the property own ers were compelled to employ the Andrews Asphalt Co. to resurface the streets. This work was done at a cost of $17.000, wherea-s, the peo ple had only had $16,000 held out as a guarantee. Frnest De Camp reached Flkhart Wednesday from Tampko, Mexico, where he has been employed for several months. He reports that Fe lix Diaz is growing strong among the peoples of the; southern portion of Mexico and that business condi tions are much worse than pre viously throughout the country. Mr. D Camp has made frequent jour neys into Mexico during the past years both for pleasure and Dusi ness. During tho heat of the Mexican trouble about a year ago, I Camp, with several other men, who were interested with him in a mining project, made a spectacular escape from an inland city to Vera Cruz. They were compeljed to light their! w ay to the coast, and during one of j the hottest encounters, Mr. De Campj was shot several times, and several of his companions were also oundod. Mr. Ie Camp will visit friends in this city until Saturday, when he leaves for New York. Officer Williams was able to re sume his duties on the night police' force although he has not complete ly recovered from an illness. The Atherton club received a flat tering offer from the new theater at Topeka. to give a performance of the Fortune Hunter. The club recently gave two performances of the show at Klkhart and one in Goshen. The offer will be considered at a meeting of the club Thursday evening. ICe Hummel, a night patrolman, is on a hunting trip in the southern part of the state. He recently re turned from a trip eas of here, where he was successful in shooting a number of quail and rabbits. Frank Daniels, 20 years edd, and Leon Smith, 21 years old. were re- rnu itu lui 111c i-i-uix a li4 t local station. They were sent to' Fort Wayne and will probably be .'us-j signed from there to the Columbus ; barracks. P.oth young men residents of South Fend. were , An exploding lamp in the Jenner Drug store at Main and Lexington av.. .-set lire to the rear of the .tore about Z o'clock Wednesday after noon. The Central lire station re sponded to the tall, but the llames were extinguished when they ar rived. There wa.s hut slight damage done. Fire Tuesday night did .51,000 damage to the home of 15. F. Weaver. Pleasant Plain and Dale sts.. according to estimates. The building damage wa-s covered by insurance. Deputy Sheriff U. Frank Leader) destroyed 13 eases and three k-gs of beer, besides a miscellaneous lot of: other liquors Wednesday morning. The liquor was taken by the police; when they raided Germania hall ' several days ago. 1 The Chicago police sent an offi cer here Wednesday to take the two men, who are charged with having a stolen Ford in their possession, back to that city. The car, in which, the m-n drove here and struck aj "silent policeman" at the comer of Main st. and Lexington av.. Sun day morning, is still being held in a local garage. The men are be loved to have given assumed nanus. SUE FOR HARM TO CROP! uit i- Illed to Itccmer Damages to; lo Growing Crop. News-Tiio.s Special Service: ST. JCS':PH. Mich.. Dec. 7. Jacob Harotf. a farmer residing -in Wee saw township, and his wif., are the plaintiffs in a suit auainst the Michigan Central Kailroad Co.. filed in the circuit court Tuesday. Dam ages of Jl.OOo are asked by the Weesaw couple for h'ss sust lined when sparks from a passing Michi gan Central train set fire to Harofl's growing crops. The law firm of 'Vli.iru .v 'Hara of this city, represents the HarcfTs. King's Daughters class of the United Urethren church will hold a Pazar and Pastry Sale Saturday, !?. Gifts of Leather m Novelties or in Hand Bags or Purses A Section full of suggestions our Leather Gift Section on theXenter Aisle. Here one will find a varied selection from the following: Iielie laive-IojM Pur .V.e to vs..o. Ladies leather Hand Ikigs $1.00 up to SIS.oo. Initiier Toilet Set. sl..o -..t SJä.on. lxallir Caul Ca" "nv. sf.oo ami Si. 20. Leather Tourist TaM-.M-. 7."e to SJ..M. Ixather Jlill Hook- äOe ( sj.r.o. Ixatlier Ciuar Ca.-ev Sl.oo to .J.o. liJR. SANTA CLAUS arrives 1 V on Saturday at 3:00 P. M. Plan to bring the children to see him arrive he will arrive at the Grand Trunk station. For the one who prefers the useful gift SILK HOSIERY UNDENIABLY Silk Hose is one of the safest gifts because it's practical and useful. No woman or man ever had too many pairs. y AJ'1' V XiLf A irccri Men's Silk Hose,black, white, colors, 50c pair to $1.00. Men's Fibre Silk Hose, black, white, colors, 25c pair. Visit 5antas Toyland . f cs The Toric lenses showing the larger tieU iven anJ the rays of light passing into the eye. 16th Anniversary Sale Continued Tb.e ordinary lenses sliow- ing rays of light passing be fore the eye Note the difference. Li m The Christmas Store of South IxMthcr leather Lvitlir Ix'athcr IilKr lavatlKT IaatIiM Leather Manicure Sct 7.1c. M.äo SJ.OO. S2.)ö A Few Details: Gotham Gold Stripe, Mack or white, $1.25 pair. Gotham Gold Stripe, black, white, colors, $1.50 pair. Gotham Gold Stripe, Mick nr white. $2.00 pair. Radmoor Silk Hose, colors, $1.00 pair. Kayser Silk Hose, black and white, $1.00, $1.50 pair. Silk Boot Hose, black, white, colors, 59c pair. You who wear glasses have a few more days to take ad vantage of our 16th Anniversary prices. ri A AA $8.5o and S7.50 celebrated Tori: glasses, p 1 U.KJV (examination free . . Regular S6 :mJ 5s 00 0-V glasses, Shurons A Guarantee s-' EST. 1900 My twenty-live years experience and sixteen years u tii-(r hiicniticc hfrr in Qnntli llllll l 1 1 J I 1 1 L J 111. I L Iii JJ.itt year better than the preceding one, is a guarantee of satis faction. 'ou may not need a new pair ot glasses jut no w. but it is a wise person who has an extra pair when the one he is ushvz vrets broken. Take Advantage of the Price and have an extra pair ordered during this sale and wc can crrind them later. Xmas Suggestions Many people order glasses for Xmas presents. In our Kodak "department you will tind other suitable presents, such as calendars, albums, flash lights and radiopticans at correspondingly low prices. lire 0 lift if V ti 230 S. MICHIGAN ST. Optometrists and Manufacturing Opticians. Open Each Evening During This Sale. Home 2091. Bell 727 Bend Atldre. liocW 2'c, r.tK . Sliopping Lt-. Pc-. :.".(. :c. letor hook .!- Match HMcr T,(i-. 7." . .Tewel "a-c rOe to StO.OO. - IMcturt humr ."0e to Nj.on. sevinz Poevs Sl.jr, o Sl... and 5U,.0. Sä.rxi. I i .I i i II X. Ii; WM - M i - . I .LK - mm f Still Time to Order Autograph Handkerchiefs Your name-or your friend's name, or any name you wish written in your handwrit ing and neatly reproduced in any color, or any style or quality of linen handker chiefs. Orders now taken can be had before Christmas and they make an extraordinary gift. Give a Fur Muff or Scarf Of French Lynx, River Mink or Black or Brown Coney. 'Main to choose from." at $5.00 and $6.00. 3rd Floor $5.00 o-f.1.1 lilhl $3.50 included of Satisfaction Itn.l cith i "li ii V't- iin" "111. WllWtl U . . V. C VI I t t s V IV A AdvL.