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11 DANCER TAKEN BACK Wan toil in Conmvtiori With Death of Waller Wmlc. MISHA WAKA NEWS RIVER PARK IHfcl SUUTH btJNÜ NtWa-TiMES The- WS lines Mominq Evening Sunday The Paper That's Doing Things In Mishawaka First with the news al ways. First in enterprise, in ser vice, and in everything that counts. The most widely read newspaper in Mishawaka. Its news is up to the min ute, and its staff ever on the alert. Ask your neighbor what he thinks of the paper. Ask any unbiased reader. They'll agree with what we tell you. The circulation is increas ing daily, because it is gen erally known that if you want to get all the newscb the city, you've gc' to read He lews-Tines M:inv enterprises have been started and car ried to a successful finish within the past few months by this paper, enterprises that redound to the credit of Mishawaka. Among these may be mentioned a school for the east end of the city, new cemetery, ambulance-patrol ror the police department, and many others which were first suested by Subscribe Now Including the Big Sunday Edition 12 cents per Week Deli were Ii. LU J. our Home Morning Evern ng Sunday CLUB GOES AFTER THE SEHL PENNANT Local Women Are Vigorously Pushing Sale of Red Cross Christmas Stamps. RUBBER WORKERS ELECT OFFICERS Willing workers from the Wom an's flub arc iurnn-c the i-ale of lied Cns soals in M ishuw :ika to th limit, ami arc üiitti:i0' with much r neon ra-cnu nt, although tlu i ' is Mill much to be done if the local Organization is to rapture the ien i.ant which is offered as a state j t ize to the elub whoso sales amount to $C00. Tor lie years the local Woman's club has undertaken the task of selling Christmas seals, the. committees bein's appointed ly the icsidrnt of the "orminization, who cooperates with the Anti-T jLercu-lo.-is league of .St. Joseph county. This (Organization, desirous of stim ulating to greater enthusiasm the splendid work done hy the commit tees and members of the local club, last January appointed a director from the latter organization, who in turn named .Mr-'. A. S. Winey cliaii man of the .committee for this year, nnd tinder this lady'tf enthusiastic campaign, Mishawaka is hopeful that it may obtain the coveted tropin. Working under her direc tion Mrs. Winey has a number of ladies whose sen ices are iven freely in behalf of this splendid work. Mrs. William Probasco, one of the hardest workers in the Woman's ( lull toward the success of the un dertaking, is pivur-r much of her time to the work ajjain this year, and is ui.uin on the committees to attain for the prizes ottered the successful club. Local physicians. Supt. Horton and I'rin. lakenberry of the hi-;h school are cooperatng in every way with the committees in charge of the sale of the seals, and with this assistance and the .ood will of th public, it is confidently expected that Mishawaka's contribution to the deervint? object will reach at least 500 before Christmas. otlictrs were elected at a meeting of the Kub. er and W.-o!en WVar Workers' union No. ."'.. held Thürs J. iy cvrnlnp. The election re sulted as follows: Jo.-eph Warren, president; Krank Kelsen. ice presi dent: Alfred J. Armstrong secre tary; Macy Cook. treasurer, and Kert Kemp, recording secretary. AT Tili: Tl ..MPLi: TODAY. "The K;-; lister. a Paramount picture, featuring Mae Murray, will le presented at the Temple theater today. It was produced under the direction of John 15. OT.ricn. Miss Murray was brought acro?s the con tinent for this production, coming from the Laskey studio at Hollwood, Calk, to the Famous Players' estab lishment in New York city. "The Mishaps of Musty Suffer" will be shown as an added attraction. lLtPrn:iti-n:i1 Ncn s Service: ATLANTA. Ca., Dec. S. Clara Katherir.e Oliver. stage dancer, known a "Little Iht," who was ar retted in this city in conection with the murder of Walter Wade last Aug ust, was returned to Atncricus, the scene of the crime, today. She was accompanied by Detcctic IZ. L Foster, manager of a detective agency in Macon. Mr. Foster made the return trip to Amerieus by way of Columbus, where lie took into custody John M. Ktheridge. an other suspect. The oMicer stated that he could gie out no facts of tho case before the trial, but that he had evidence to convict. THREE KINGS TO MEET Conference to be Held at Uue liarest, Says Itelort. UIIITIIDAY Sl'KPKIi:. Mrs. W. 11. Kobbins, 12:: W. Bat ten st., was delightfully surprised by ?.o cf her friends in honor of her birthdav anniversary, Thursday eenin'-r. Pedro was the chief fea ture, the favors being awarded to L Iiretnell and Mrs. F.dward Kuhn. Refreshments were served. LOCAL HIGH TO PLAY WAKARUSA TONIGHT The Mishawaka high school will meet the Wakarusa high in a game of basket ball to be played in the eld Methodist church building. It is expected that a large number of lans will attend this game, as more than season tickets have been sold. The Mishawaka squad is con- bd'nt of victory. J The line-up for the locals will be , ;s follows: Miller and Poles, for- (ilTTS SIXTY DA YS. Peter Crbank. a common "vag." old Judge Feig in city court Friday morning that he worked inside and ( utside, but preferred outside work. The court agreed- that he needed outdoor exercise and sentenced him to 0' day? at the penal farm. CASK, l'M)i:i: AI YISFAI liVT. Admonishing the witnesses for both sides in the assault case brought apainst ILom Palmer by Truman Adams for perjuring, Jydge Feig teok the case under advise ment until Monday morning. AT pi:aciii:s am cki-:am" CF.NTCIIY. The Jewell Golden Juljilee Mu sical Comedy Co., now playing at the Century, will present "Peaches and Cream" tonight. They will give specialties between acts. International Newa Service: A.MSTi:i:l)AM, Dec. S. It was reported that the kaiser, Kmperor Charles and King Ferdinand of Pularia, may meet in Tlucharest for a conference. A similar meet ing between the kaiser and King Ferdinand was held at Nish. capital of Serbia, when that city fell into the hands of the Herman allies. The seat of the Serbian govern ment was moved from Felgrade to Nish when von Mackensen's army captured the former city. BRINGS DOWN AEROPLANE Lieut. Panfield, Austrian Air Pilot. Scores Another Yictorj. iLtermtional News Service: VIFNXA. via Berlin, Dec. S. Another sky victory for Lieut. Ban field, famous Austrian aviator, was reported by the admiralty today. On the afternoon of Dec. 2 Lieut. Pantield encountered two Italian machines over the Carso plateau, shooting down one of them. It contained four occupants, two of whom were wounded. IS HIS ONLY VICTIM Kirrrnv iuom iioviiymoox. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Thurs ton Bodle have returned from their honeymoon, which they spent in Chicago. They will reside ;it 107 S West st. Mrs. Podle was formerly Miss Carrie M. Grimes. SPI2AKS TDNKiHT. i 'opt. W. J I. Housten of this city, formerly of Atlanta, da., will speak at a special meeting of the Salva tion Army this evening at the Sal vation Army building. Special 'mu sic will be a feature. wa rdj Hunt, center; Crum and Iloper. guards. CLUB WILL HOLD ANNUAL MEETING The Miami Country club will hold its annual meeting in the hotel Mishawaka next Tuesda evening at 7:.b) when a new board of directors will be appointed for the ensuing year. The ijuest.on of selling a por tion of the i lub grounds to the city lor water purposes will probaldy be taken up at this meeting. Should! tb purchase b made, it is the in tention of the citv to dig a number' i of wells on the property. i:nti:kt.in at ihnmtis. Mr. and Mrs. I'd ward C. Stilton, residing south of Mishawaka, hi antly entertained 1- of their friends at a 0 o'clock dinner Thursda3 evening. The table decorations were rose s. oBsr.itvi: fi:.st. The feast cf the "Immaculate Conception" was observed today at c 11 of the Catholic churches in the city. Potatoes. $1.9." per bushel. Weav er's grocery. Phone. Home, 1".2: Fell, IM'.b Advt, Attempt of Man to Kill His Fntire Family is Failure. Ioternntion.il Newi Service: CHICAGO, Dec. S. Fdwnrd Mc Dowell, living near Grays lake, to day shot and seriously wounded his wife, locked their live children in their house, set it alire and killed himself. The children were rescued by neighbors. Mrs. McDowell is in a hospital. REP. TRIBBLE IS DEAD Mcmhcr From Ceorgia Stricken on Opening Day of Congress. Intrrmtiml News Servbe: WASHINGTON. Dec. 8. Rep. Samuel J. Tribble, who represented the eighth Georgia district for three terms, died today at a local hos pital. He was stricken with apo plexy in his olfice on the opening day of congress. Ilen. Tribble's home was in Athens, CJa. ASQUITH REJECTS HONORS Kin?: Offered to .Make Him a Knight of the Carter. Py nddinc about 1 1 percent of chromium to mild carbon steel ani 1! n 1 i b invonlur b.is 1 .ri t ürb t mit -i ! metal for table ware that is rust and tarnish proof. Tammany Would Support Gerard 9-. Ir.trrmtional News Service: LONDON', Dec. 8. King George has offered an earldom and the or der of the Garter to former Pre mier Asquith. according to the Chroncle. 'it is understood that Mr. Asquith declined to accept them. Mrs. Adam JIur.sbcrger, S. Tenth St.. entertained the G. . and G. I club Thursday afternoon. In th contest Mrs. A. Lundstrom won first prize. Mrs. William Harrison, sec ond, and Mrs. Charles Hur.sburger. third. A two-course luncheon was served. The next meeting will be with Mrs. A. Lundstrom, Fleasant St. The annual Christmas bazar and chicken pie supper of the Methodist Episcopal churrh which was hell Thursday evening at the church was a very successful affair. More than L'OO platen were served during the evening. The juniors conducted the candy booth and cleared $5 fT the treasury. The Loyal Daughters with the handkerchief booth clear ed about Mrs. C. Ream had charge of the fancywork booth and Mrs. Frank Hacker the apron booth. J. K. Zigler has resigned hi po sition with the .ludson-Ilradford Realty Co. at Pontiac, Mich., and has returned hore and taken a posi tion with the Grand Trunk rail road Co. He will make his home with his sister, Mrs. William Fertch. Green lawn a v. Mrs. Isaac Reamer has returned to Walkerton after a visit with Mrs. Aaron Poole and daughter. Miss Minnie Poole, Mishrtwaka a v. Miss Selena Long is visiting her parents at Teeparden. Arthur Copenhaver, who has been employed at New Ca-stle tho past year, has accepted a position with the Studebaker corportion and will move his family to So.nth Ilend. Mrs. Kdward McFali and .Mrs. Albert Allen have been called to Benton Harbor. Mich., by the death of their mother, Mrs. Henry Uuke shire. 81 years old. Mrs. Dukeshire passed away at 4: SO o'clock Thurs day afternoon. The funeral will be held at her home In Renton Har bor Saturday afternoon at 2:"0. Mrs. W. R. Barnhart of Char lotte, Mich., who has been visiting her sister. Mrs. A. R. Collie, S. Sev enteeth st., will return Saturday. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. N L. A nit Thursday. Mr. and Mr. Thomas Sayer of Rochester are here for a few days' visit with friends and relatives. Harry Van Arsdel of Importe has returned after a visit with friends here. AMERICANS ARE FIRST Make Best Citizens of U. S. -Says College Iroressor. International News Service: CHICAGO, Dec. 8. Native Americans make the best citizens of the United States, Howard B. Wool5ton of the College of the City of New York, declares In an article in the current lsue of the Amer ican Journal cf Sociology issued by the University of ehicago press to day. Germans come second and English third, Woolston finds. ALL SHOWS ARE BARRED Joy Jtldo Results in Lid For Louisi ana. Town. Ictern.ition.il News Service: COLFAX. La,, Dec. 8. Colfax is the showloss 1 own henceforth. Mu sical comedies, burlesque shows, circuses, minstrels and vaudeville are included in the ban passed by the council, 7 to -. and effective to day. Sixteen youths of the town re cently took as many chorus girls on joy rides and rained the town red on the jaunt. Tl e ordinance is the sequel. The Tasmanian government has dammed a large lake and built a hydro-electric plant for light and power that will Le distributed throughout th state. ' 15- -v. .i:V YoRK. Tint Tammany hall has inpose,i to Ambassador J.'imr-s W. C.rr.ird that i retin from the diplomatic corps next sum irrr to hc( ome a candidate for the mayoralty of New York is the Mery beirv-' ireulated in political circles here today. Ambassador Mrs. Gerard are n tbtir way back ti GernMny on board the ! arrihi;- Fred-Tick VIII. It is not known wh;R v iew AmKis-ador ;rard Ca.;e .f the proposition. It is said that een were he favor .il !e to it, much would depend upon developments in the war Mtuation and uron An.erican relations with Germany. Q P fi a u n N u u k u u a u n is ei a n Here's Your Santa Claus Month and Here's Your Xinas S a E n n n C Q U El u E2 n a a a B o u u a u D aaaaaaDaDiiDDDaDDaeiBDDQDDD tore First make up your minds that Footwear is the best of all Xnas gifts. Then let us convince you that Baker's have the greatest and soundest array of Xmas Foot wear, all ready for you; We start the Xinas month jingling along with a rousing big Saturday Sale of the right sort of Young Folks' Shoes. Women's All Grey Buck Shoes, also black with erev or white tops; browns, bronze and blacks, all styles and prices to suit. Men's and Boys' Shoes, English models as well as the more conservative lasts. A complete line of Xmas Slippers for the whole familv. Baker s oe score 114 W. WASHINGTON AV. er i j 0 Big Sale of Millinery Our immense stock of Beautiful Millinery is all going at a sacritice. All the newest models in bright cdors, gold, silver. Hats reduced for your bene lit. HATS FROM $1.50 TO $10.00 Worth from $5.00 to S25.no See our Windows. See our Mats. The Popular Hat Shop. OjjcmhafiJ TZl STTLL SHOP Ti WOEM RIE5' Special for Saturday Only A full-sized Tea Kettle, made of guaranteed heavy auge pure aluminum. The sort that ordinarily sells for $2.50 to Sinn. Just what you have been wanting. Pure Aluminum Tea Kettle SI .75 300-S08OI0 Go: SOUTH BEND INDIANA Modem I Lome IinaJLIcra - . ' - . -,3 -r f TT T-if fflllT f-H 11" I" " Tl TW.-1 -Vri wT-TTMriH'tT-nTl - H ,, irinilH i : i ; 'J - . t Your friends can buy any Xmas present you give them except your portrait Make an appointment for your sitting at South Bend's Best 5tudio, or call and see our beautiful examples of finish. Sittings made Sunday or evenings if more convenient. Orders taken before the 21st will be ready before Christmas. Corner Michigan and Colfax Use News-Times Want Ads