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M'.VPAY. .TA-VFAlir 21, 1917.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES MISHAWAKA GENERAL NEWS News-Times Office: 111 South Main St.. Home Phone 118; Bell 10 FIRST CLASS MAIL Fast Train Is Uffender City to Be Asked to Enfore Ordinance. Pcvrnl hundred pieces of outsro U first-cl.iKs m.ill matter were Kain cround to pieces Friday night wt'.i'n th v, Cbt-bound Iake hore train. No. 42, in enlp;ivoriri? to re laFC Ihn pouch from it fastenings on the "catcher." tor the bottom out of the b.itr, scattering the mall aloni,' the tracks for several blocks, and making; identification of tho pieces irnpo..-ible. This U only one of a lonac record of mail mutilations which have hap pened at the Lake Shore station hc-r from time to timc and which have caused the merchants and manufacturers no end of trouble rind worry. Futile efforts have been made repeatedly to have this train in particular stop long; enough to Mt the mail bat's aboard safely, but .dnec Friday nltht's affair, confdder a.M Indication has been aroused, and it would seem at last that the railway company will be brought to account. While there Is a city or dinance limiting the trains to a ..-pr.pi of cipht mile an hour while passing throuph the boundaries of .Mi-hawaka. It has never been en forced, owlnir, it is fld, to some ollilal beinK afraid to offend the laihvay coiipany. However this may bo, a petition Finned by those most directly interested in the mat ter, will le presented to the council :t its next meeting liPinandinK that the railway company either stop this particular train at the station lomr enough to take on mail, or be obliged to run all its trains at a speed not greater than eisht miles an hour. At present these trains make betw (en m . and 40 miles while RoinK through .Mishawaka. Postmaster Herzog has repeated ly taken the matter up with the railway officials, but it would seem these latter are disinclined to give the city the service it Is justly en titled to. i:ti:kt.in ixk xitwlywfds. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph I. Fetters, who were recently married, were the quests of honor at a miscellane ous shower ien at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Fetters. L'l).-, K. i;ihth st.. Saturday evening. Musical selec tions were enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Fetters were the recipients of a number of pretty sifts. Luncheon was served. Covers were laid for "0. Amorii: those present were Mr. ami Mrs. Daniel l. Fetters and biblrer. ami Mr. and Mrs. George W. Fetters of South Mend. rm;uc.oi:s orr.ii.vnoN. Michael Stoeeklein. 32 S S. Wells j-t.. underwent an operation for ap T'endicitis at the ,-'t. Joseph's hospi tal X.iturdav. WOMAN TALKS OF HUSBAND'S GASE Foreman at Rubber Company Is Greatly Improved by Tanlac, Wife Says. Mrs. Clyde Kyle, who lives on I'ast JenVrson street. Mishawaka. wife of ;i mechanical foreman at the Rub ber Regenerating Fompany, praise? Tan Lit, the Master Medicine, not only l cause of benefits slie has de ll ved from its use. but because of the irood tiie new preparation did her husband, as well. Mrs. Kyle re cently described her experitnee with Tanlac. Xow ,-he tells f .enetitr" Mr. Kyle derixed from the Master .Medicine's? use. "My hutt'and has suffered from stomach trouble and rheumatism for a lcr.c time," Mis. Kyle said on De- embt i" l :. "His appetite was very poor and the little food he did eat was not digested properly. He was In a constipated condition nearly all the time and, as a result, he often suffered severe headaches. The I heumatic pa-ins came in almost ev ery portion of his body. His kid nejs. also. hae been out of order. seere pains in hi- back bothering him. lie didn't !o; well at niuht and r.cvtr seemed to he. entirely rested. "Tanlac was recommended to my rnwaml by our daughter and lie de cided to try it. It certainly has done him lots t td. Why. his stomach is in much bi-tter condition now and he .--as his food tastes a lot better, t. His appetite is greatly im proved and h" ats i hat he wants and all he wisb.es without any indi ces:, m or other bad ert'ects. The on-t i pa t i-n h.s disappeared on tire -i afd he is not bvthered with head ab.es now. His kidi:es are in Jin ondttioii now, tb.e pa:ns in the back h.a 1!ik d:apjaid He sleeps soundly and peacefully at nitht and i- i w r bothered Mth the tired, dr.t-vy ;'e'.;n-.r lie formerly suffered from. The rheumatic pains also hae disappeared. " I re. onmuM.d Tanlac because of what i did for my husband." Taniac. the Master' Medicine, is ...m la 1 1 - l'i i.t ,( i.il for stomach. liVtr and kidne trouble, catarrhal ( omplaiu.-. rheumatlstp.. nerou- I.esS. h-- c ;" .pp"tlte and the like and i- a tonic and a general stem puriher. Tanla, i. now beir.ir i n t rod u. ed in Mishawaka at tb.e ;,-,! e'r.-s Phar- t's'ii ' la re a spec.al Tanlac repre sentativ. is xplaininu the new int-d-jcn tu tiie public daily. Adv. WED man in the street Somehow or other, we do not look for heavy batting averages thl? year in the League to Knforce Peace. A careful inspection of the local bank elections revealed the interest ing information that not one of Mishawaka's financial institutions deemed it vital to choos us as pres ident or even director. Woman's KtrntHaii-e. St b"U(jht a hat. I do declare. Th" Ire was Just lrnrnii ; Her hutduind sit Id he rouM not lMr YouncHtown Vljjrraiu. Slip bought a pair of fancv n'.ior Tliey hiid the latest frllN; Ihr biihand s.inl. I'm bound to la, I'll have to foot tbe bills." I'ainesvllle Telera pli- Republican. Sb brujtht a fourteenoloilar ve.i. She wr It with tnijeh jrrace. Her hu"tianl furn! : "I'm imt urpri ! You w ant to bide your fm e." Yordiers Statesman. She bought n diamond rln. sh thouplit That it wni niniply srr.uid. iIpt litMbaud paid ffr it and said: "I'll now have cah on Land." - The Hank of Montreal's total de posits are only J 330,000,000. Some body ouKht to start a movement in Montreal to encourage people to Rtart bank account. A s?ood democrat is a man who agrees ulth you. The fellow who doesn't Is necessarily a f razzle-head- ed. demag'osue. What we are curious to see Is, if there is going: to be an uprising in Chicago when the municipality economizes by chopping off $4.000, 000 in salaries. The old-time girl who used to buy one pair of palters annually at 2. 50 a pair now has a daughter who needs seven pairs of shoes each rea son at 512 a throw. If the average man vaa aa gen erous to his soul a-s he is to his stomach, the devil would be slinking around asking for a handout. It Is certainly tough luck for the readers of the country, when, after all that has happened, Harry Thaw starts up hf foolishness again. We read with interest what a Chi cago man said of women's clubs. That man is evidently not afraid of anything. With murders of Americans the papers are all tilled, but it's only in difc-patehes, not in Mexico they're killed. inn. As m yromjr fellow stepped in a lift Hy the door to the thins he was biffed! Ib was sadly confuted. And the lanjmnsre he ued Cannot ever be learned. It's a gift- There js no reason why the wrest ling jame should not be popular in Mishawaka so long as it is conduct ed along such lines as Tuesday night's match in the Century theater. Much an exhibition of physical skill hAs never before been witnessed in the city, and it is a pity the en couragement given the art was not more conducive to the continuance of the sport in Mishawaka. "Kid" Ross, our local wrestler is a young man of splendid ability in the pame and of sutlicient gentlemanliness to see that it is kept clean at least, in the events in which he may partici pate. The Mishawaka boy, we pre dict, will be heard, from in the not too far off future. . The Servants' union of Duluth seems to have adopted a set of rules and regulations for the control of employers that leave the mistress of the house no privileges at all. ex cept to wash the dishes and scrub the Moons. Why a man with a good comfor table home, and some bacon, meal and potatoes in the house would ever want to go to the legislature is another of those mysteries that will be explained when the inpenetrable scroll that divides time and eternity is finally rolled up. It Is costing $37. COO to kill a man in the European war. In Georgia frequently it costs less than T.7 cents. In other words, there was no leak. F.amey Baru h was inspired and he fell upon the street like a thousand of brick. Another way to promote the day light saving plan Is for people not to was-te so much daylight in frivol ity and indolence. Suffraretes with banner? are picketing the white house ap- MISHAWAKA CLASSIFIED WANT ADS 4LL. CLASSIFIED APVERTISESIEXT8 STK1CTLV IN .UlV.Ct WANT I'D Young lady assistant in dental orhce. Call; do not phone. Dr. F. H. Irwin. I'OK KKNT Seven-room cottage. centrally located. One block from Woolen Co. Call Home phone Ol. Foil SAI.F. 10 good shoats. phone Home 91 or ?8. FOU UFNT Four rooms second Moor. Inquire T. A. Bless Bell ihi.no 4 1. WANT KD Girl for general house work. Ö01 Kdge water drive. proaches to annoy the president. Th president now knows what th icripture means ulun it fays "ter- i T 1 Vit ! J r r n Ptm V la. MnArM I j 8en, ,tone v. as guilty of a most serious blunder in denouncing Tom j Iawson as "a hellowinsj a8." Kvery 1 good democrat should know this party emblem well enougii to un derstand that an ass doesn't bellow. He brays. They tell us that Rockefeller's fortune is so bip that it equals what he would have had at a dollar a minute for the past 2,000 years, nut it is not big enough to equal a penny a century during eternity. Zero weather struck the east end of Lincoln highway this week, and left in its wake a number of dead guinea pigs which formed part of the original collection of Stanley Melntosh. zoological garden. When ti:e versatile banker went to feed his pets at an early hour Thursday morning, he found the bunch frozen stiff. In an effort to revive them he soaked them in boiling water for an hour, but even this strenuous treat ment failed to have the desired ef fect. Now he Is combing the coun try side for "exhibits" to take their place. HUBBY SLEEPS WHILE If EY ENTERTAINED Party Awakens Him Now Both Spouse and Lover Lodged in Jail. When William Pahna. 401 S. West Ft.. suddenly awoke yesterday aft ernoon and found his wife in the arm of another man and said to be drunk, he controlled himself and instead of starting a fight, he swore out a warrant for the arrest of the two and had them lodged in Jail. The man in the case gave his name as Joe zalbi. Sahna works nights at the Wool en company and was sleeping soundly when the friend called. The wife served drinks and in their ca rousing upset several pieces of fur niture which awakened the unsus pecting husband. According to Sahna, he found their 9 months' old baby on the porch, clad only in a pair of shoes and a light shirt. Patrolman Herman Beehler made the arrest and had considerable dif ficulty in getting the two to the sta tion, as both were well under the effects of liquor. WILL PLAY OFF TIE THURSDAY NIGHT iii :.nri : stand in c.s. Won. lx)st. . W 7 1 w. a t; i' O. T. M ; - O. F ". O. (. M 2 6 of r o s Pet. .873 .750 W M. K. C. L. K. .750 ! .r,7") j .2S0 .000 Interest in this week's schedule of the Fraternal Indoor Raseball league centers upon Thursday night's game between the Maccabees and the M. W. A. teams. This play will decide the holder of second place. The leaders. Woodmen of the World, will probably hold the lead at the end of this week as they are scheduled to compete with the K. of P. nine, who have seemingly se curely intrenched themselves in the cellar position. This Week's S Iietlule. Monday L. O. O. M. vs. C. O. P. Tuesday K. of P. vs. W. O. W. Thursday K. O. T. M. vs. M. W. A. CIIIMIvS HUNG FOU rrXHRAL. The Methodist chimes were pealed by Frank Preckon during the obsequies of Admiral Dewey yester day. "Nearer My God to Thee" and "Taps" were among the piece played. AT TMMPU: THRVTKU. "The Rainbow- Princess." "The Pest Man" and a new "Klever Kom edy" is the bill to be presented at the Temple theater today. The "Klever Komedles" will he shown every other Sunday, alternating with "Plack Diamond" comedies. AT CnvnilY THI-lATTJl. "Is it right to limit the birth of children?" This is forcibly brought to the attention of the public at the Century theater Monday and Tuesday, when the powerful dra matic photoplay. "The T'nbom," will be shown. ciiii:f on cniTnnx Chief Albert Buysse of the fire department is hopping around on crutches as a result of a bad fall last week. He sprained h's left leg when he was run into by a dog, causing him to fall on the icy side walk on K. First st. Call at Dick and Forthauer's. up; or downstairs. lor a ic or :oc lunch. Forstbauer Buffet. Adv. Lo-TFS LINIMENT, best for Backache, Neuralgia, and Rheuma tism, 23c and 50c at Coonley'a Advt. FRANK CHRISTOPH TO MAYORALTY Tells Democrat Friends Who Wait on Him He Will Enter Race. Frank P. Christoph, sr., an nounced himse'f as being a candi date for the democratic nomination for the mayora'ty Saturday night and sanctioned the use of his name at the March primaries. Mr. Christ oph was approached by a number of his friends and asked to enter the race, which he agreed to do. He held the ottice of county clerk for two terms 1906-1914. and in the former year Wl the democratic ticket. A number of years ago he was town marshal of Mishawaka when the now prosperous city was but in its infancy. He has lived here for about r,0 years and owns several parcels of real estate in the city. He is a director of the North i-?ide Tru?t & Savings Co. The only other democratic candidate for the mayoralty so far announced i James Hennessey, attorney, and deputy x,ro!?ecutor. Mr. Hennessey has been in the field for several weeks. The name of Achille C. Col paert. attorney, is prominently men tioned as a likely candidate for city judge on the democratic ticket. As yet the name of Mayor Gaylor is the only one mentioned in con nection with the republican nomina tion for the mayoralty, but that gentleman has not let his intentions become generally known. POEM SINGS OF THE CULINARY SKILL OF PRESBYTERIAN LADIES At the banquet tendered the mem bers of the session, the trustees and hads of the various departments of the Presbyterian church and their wives, by the pastor. Rev. Dr. J. A. Burnett and Mrs. Burnett Wednes day night, the following original lines were read by Mrs. W. E. Bor ley. president of the Ladies' Aid so ciety: We women love our work in church. The PresbyterhVt one; You men folks are so good to us You make it seem like fun. Of course you know that we can cook. You've always told u so. And when your tummy's out of tune You let us mix the dough. We fix you up a fine church meal That's cheap at any price, You eat and seem to relish it. And tell us it's so nice. Now that is why we love our work. And never rind it pall, So when we need you come again, You're welcome one and all. If Mr. Shobe had only known Our boasted cookery skill. There's chances he'd survived the day, And be among us still. Of course, when Schuyler's on the job. There's scarcely any chance For one to get near well again He's deadly ns the lance. The Strubbe milk 'tis all thick cream. The best the cows can give; He'll tell you it prolongs the life That he who drinks will live. There's Ralph the rover, Edgewater way. He walks the asphalt every day. He's worn it out in many spots, Until it's filled with myriad dots. There's Stekettee on "scooping" bent. With pencil ready, aye. He's laying for some story. Like some voracious guy. Grandpa Porley. down Race st. way. Stays up on Saturday nights Lest by some chance he might miss The preacher's rectorial flights. Wm. Pabcock, the P. O. bureau, He stlcketh close as stamps; He's Presbyterian all the way. And dots on summer camps. H. E. Suders, our treasurer man. Who drives a flivver brute; When eggs are high he cranks her lip For Plymouth and hen fruit. E. J. W. an honored trustee. And judge of all that's good. Is still in the realms of singleness. But seemingly likes our food. Charles E. Clark, a robust man. Of strencth and courtly mien You see what Presbyterian cooks Have done from keeping him lean. There's Lerner. Morse and Peffen- baugh. And Webster. Gardner Xeil, And Morehouse and Replogle, All men of sterling zeal. And last, not least, our pastor, The Reverend Burnett; He's all that we would claim for him, And more you all can bet. Now here's to our beloved church. May its shadows never fade. And may it keep on prospering. And never get down grade. nfi RECCA M. CRAG Kit. The funeral of Mrs. Recca M. Crager. who died Friday morning at the home of her son, Byron Cra ger. XÖ22 Ottawa st.. will be held At the residence Sunday afternoon at 2: HO o'clock. Rev. George W. Al lison officiating. The body will be taken to Baldwin. Mich., for burial. C.Oi:s TO KKVDALLVlLLi:. I. K. Parks left for Kendallville. Ind.. eterday to meet Mrs. Parks. who has been spending a few weeks amonjr friends in Ohio. ItKLINqtKNT IMI'ROVKMKM T LIST TDK 1916. Controller' 03i-e. .Mishawaka. In1iam. January . 1317. Notir hcrr given that the follow -pk described nJ and town lot haTe reen returnM to chin fTite by tho Treas urer ot wni.! city ef Mishawaka. and n-w rf-mahi delinquent for the non-pavnnt t Street Iir.proTement duo on them, and from Individual owning trie nam. f,,r tae ye-ir 101; nnd prevlmm year.' and that so inu h of ei.-h of the .-veral tracts of la ml and tonn lots hi said list con taint'l . may be nepfirv to discbarge the taxes, penalty, cost .-ind charge thereon are duo from the ..w ner thereof at tlie time of sale, xvill .? oll it labile .-iuctb.n. by the City Treasurer. t the f'ltr Hall door. In the Citv d MNhnwaka County of St. Jonej.h. orr the third Mon day, the i:th of rebruary. A. P , 1017. rommenring at the hour of in () o'clock A. M.. of said day and coftinuing until the Completion of said .Tie. utile nai.l taxes, penalties. 'ots and cbarsres l puld before that time. WALT Kit MI(1IAT:L. Controller of the city of Mishawaka. St. Joepu County. Indiana. VVeM Grote Street Lateral S-curr. Serin Adelia Maltby. lot No. K, Lawrence & Hatted add ..$ ll.o Bridge Mmrt Sewer Connections. 2 Charles and Katie Milbreth. s:. half lot l. 2. 3. 4. Law rence r.nttell add 1M DUUlon Street, Griul. Walk and Curb. V. I MWV1I1. 4 ft. oft No. end ef lot 17. . W. II. Fowler's add ?t.:v2 r.Ievrnth Street Lateral ewer. 1 Harvey YV. Jones, lot 1 !''. Gaylnr't; ,?rd add d..V. 2 Harvey W. Jones, lot l."-. (iaylor'a 3rd add C.7.U 1 Hrtrrev W. Jones, lot 1.".. (lay lor"? 3rd add e,.7& ILirvey W. Jones, lot U.'l. (Jnylor's :'.rd add 7.19 40 Harvey W. Jones, lot m Jaylor rrd add 7.19 2S Harvey YV. Jones, lot 120. Gaylor's 3rd add 7 47 30 Harvev W. Jone, lot 11. ' Uaylo-'s 3rd fidd 747 31 Harvey W. .Tone, lot 117. (Jailor's 3rd add 747 32 Harvey YV. Jones, lot 1K. Oaylor'n 3rd add 747 S3 Harvev YV. Jones, lot 113. Oay lor 3rd add s.23 44 Harvev W. Jones, lot 114, Gaylor's 3rd add Bridge Street Brl k Pavement. 43 Unas, and Katie Milbreth. S. 2 of lots l. 2. 3. 4. blk 32. Lawrence k Batteil nd 30.01 South MaJn street I'aement. 13 Mishawaka I'ubllc Improve ment Corporation, lots 17 nnd 11. o 1. St. Joseph Iron Works West Second Street Sewer. :42.0o 5 Ch:s. L. Ostrander, hep. n N. line of Second St., 2!K feet i:. of W line of See. IM. Twp. 37 N. U. 3 Kast. thence L alonir N. line of said street 130 ft.; thence N. to St. Joseph river, thence down river to point N. of bejrlnnin?. thence oiith to beginning 03.14 Logan Mreet. Walk and Curb. 3 J. t. Kwers. lot l2o. A. 8. Raker's add 371 West Second Street Sewer. West Second Street Sewer. 1 Lula Hupp, lot ! ltyerly's ub-dlv of lot 3 Ernsper trer survey c,..V, Laurrl Street Trunk Sewer. 12 Mrs. Nick Upelt Itate, lot 40 Poppenkiok's Second and 21. SO Wwt second Street Grttdlng. 4 Lula Hupp, lot 9. Ryerly s subdlT of lot 3. Ernsper- per survey 3.24 4S John E. Raker, bg. at point where N. line of Second St Intersects the V. line of Section lfi. Tp. 37. N". II. 3 i;., thence easterly with Second Street, etc 20.A) 10 Chas. Ii. traiider, bez. on N. line Second St.. 200 ft. K. of the N. line ef Section 1L Tp. 37 N. R. 3 K.. alonir N. line of Seccud St- 130 ft. X. to river, etc 2331 Logan Street Trunk Server. Gol John E. Raker, beg. at in tersection of YV. line of Section Nw Tp. 37 X. It. 3 E. ami the N. II ; of Sec ond St., thence E. ulonjr the X. line of said Second St. 73 feet, thence N. to St. Joseph river, etc S.13 37 J. Ü. Ewers, lot 12tl. Manoka Place 6.79 Ziemer-Huff Lumber Co., lot TJS, Mnnoka Place 6.49 Mario Street Itral Sewer. 12 North Side Land & Improve ment Co.. lot X YV. P. O'Neill's first add 5 01 17 North Side Land V Improve ment Co.. Jot 20. AV. P. O'XenTs first add 4 IS Gertrude L. O'Neill, let 19. O'Xelll's first add 4.IK? 20 Xorth Side Land A.- Improve ment Co.. lot 17. O'Neiir first add 4.CS 20 Xorth Side Lnnd S: Improve ment o.. lot lft. O'Neill's first add 4.fjA 23 Xorth Side Land & Improve ment Co.. lot 11, O'Neil's first add 4.7d West Second Street Water Connection. 43 Chas. L. Ostrander. ip. on the n. line of Second St. 21.) ft. east of YV. line of Sec. 15. Tp. 37 X. R. 3 E.. east along X. line of Sec ond St. 130 ft. north to river, westerly with river. tc 17.71 Wet .Ioeph Street Water Connections. 3 Y'irtoriu E. Jones. 23 ft. off of W. side of lot 10. Law rence iY Bnttelt'H add 1.1S 4 Adolph k Josephine Kamm. lot 1. O'Neill & Schwab add 1.1s 3 Adolph A Josephine Knmm. lot 4 O'Neill & Schwab add LIS 6 Adolph .Trephine Knn.m. lot 0 O'Neill Schwab add 1.18 7 Adolph & Josephine Kamm. lot 14 O'Neill A- Schwab add LIS 5 Adolph & Josephine Kftrnm. lot 2? O'Neill - Schwab idd 1.1$ H M. A. Lang, lot 19. O'Neill & Schwab add 1.18 11 J. J. Rechor. lot 3. O'Xclll & Schwab add Lis 12 Gubriel Summers. lot O'Neill A: Schwab add 1.1 14 North Side Land A. Imp. Co.. lot 12 O'Neill A Schwab add 1.1s 15 .lev 11. Xeff, lot 13 O'Neill A Schwab add Lis IC, W. P. O'Neill, lot IS O Nelll & Schwab add 1.1s 17 North Side Land A Inil. Co.. lot 20 O'Neill it Schwali add lis 1$ North Side Land a- Imp. Co.. lot 21 O'Xelli Sehwal add l is 10 Aug. II. and There i pe Gn.ote. lot 22 O'Neall & Scwab ad lis 20 Indiana Lbr. A, Mfg. Co.. lot 23 O'Neill Schwall :iM .. l is 21 M. A. Lane, lot 24 O'Ne'.U & Schwab adj. Ms 22 North Side Lnnd A.- Imp. Co.. lot 23 O'Neill & Scwab add 11- 23 North Side Land & Iran. Co.. lot 2 O'Neill A. Schwab add 1.1s 24 North Side Laud & Imp. Co.. lot 27 O'Neill A SehwaN add lis 23 Xorth Side Laud V Imp Co.. lot 2s O'Neill & Schwab add 11? 26 Jo. R. Xeff. lot 30 O XelU A. Schwab add LIS 27 North Side Land A: Imp Co.. lot 31 O'Neill & Schwab add LIS I 2S North Side Iand A: Imp (':!., lot 32 O'Neill A: ! Schw ah add 113 j 21. Xorth Side Land A. Imp. Co.. lot O'Neill A; j Schw ab add lis 30 North Side Land A: Ixp. J 'o.. lot 31 O'Neill A i Schwab add 1 Is : 31 North Side Land A lap i 'o. lot 33 O'Neill A: Schwab add Lis 24 Amelia Schellinger, lot 2. O'Neill A ScLu.ib add l is j ?Z Amelia Sc;iliiger. hn 17. ONeill Ar S'hwa. .kI.1 Lis; Wet seond street phalt Pavement. hi Lull Hupp, b-t U r.ye:-!y', j nutollr lot 3 Ermsperger 1 rjrre 11 Z'J 112 Cha. OstrauJer. 13 ft. g. ii N. liiif of invoiid St . lt. L. l S. Hue ef M'v. V. 1 p. 37 N. ic E . ;i.t-rly with N. Hue oi Ser.'U.l t. I.- lt. N. to rivt-r. ct 23 v0 113 Peu-r Shafcr, b t J. Sprl::g- bro k a-id 4.V Wett Jorh tre-t AaphJilt 1'avemeat. 4'J IL U. if, ft- E. tde lot L". 24, Iwrn-e & Kutteil'a add 7 tJl 3j Ad.'ip i v J epMiie Kriiuni, lot 1 O'Neill A Schwill, add 13.2i 37 "ictorl;i E. Jones, lot 17 and 23 lt. otf W. hide lot M. i-lk '4. Lawrence A. U.itttll add 23. s3 0.' Ameil.i .vheilinser. lot 2. O'Neill A. cbwb add ls.CÜ 72 Amelia Sc Leiliuer. lot 17. O'Neill a s. hwaii add is t S3 J. J. H.rher. lot 3. UNcill A ScIiV.ab add ls-tVJ 04 Ad(lpi A Josephine Kam tu. lot 4 O'Neill A. SvhwHti add 17 72 ' Itert Webster, lot i O Nt lll A; Schwab add 13. 2 Adolph A Jsephine Kamui, lot 11 O'Neill A Schwill add ls.Od SJ Adoljui A Josephine Kamm. lot 2 O'Neill A Schwab add lvt'; 7 N. Side Land A Imp. Co.. 1 -t 12 o .Will A Schwab add .. lS.t 74 N. Sida Land A Imp. Co.. lot 2i o .Will a Schwab add .. Cs Joseph It. Xeff, lot 13 O'Neill A Shwab add IS 0.3 70 Julia A. Hauicherty. lot 13, o'Ntlll A S. hw .ib add Is V, 71 Julia A. Ouiihteity. bt 1', O'Neill A: Schwab add . . Is 73 M. A. La iij.'. lot In Neill A Schal a'll LS V 73 X. Sid-' Land A; Imp. Co.. lot 21. O'Neill At S.-hwab add.. 1 i3 bi N. Sid Land A Imp. Co.. lot 32 O Neill a S-'hwab add.. 22- SO X. Sid- Laud At Imp- Co.. lot 31 o Neill A: Schwab add.. 22 32 '1 N. Sblo Land A Imp. Co. lot 33 O'Neill A Schwab add.. 22 32 J2 N. Side Land A Imp. Co.. lot 34 O'Neill A: Schwab add.. 22 32 W N. Side Land A: Imp. Co.. lot o'Noill & Sch wnl add.. 22 32 94 X. Side Land A: Imp. Co.. lot 23 n .Will A Schwab add.. 19.1 93 Win P. O'Neill, lot is O'Neill Schwab add LUG, 77 Aup. II. Aj Th. Ie (Jroote. lot 22 O'Neill ASchw ab add lS.Oo , ST, Joeph K. Neff. lot .'i O'Neill A: Schwab add 22 27' 78 Indiana Lbr. A; Mf. Co.. let 23 O'Neill A; S.hwab add.. lS.tV 70 M. Lapp, lot 21. O'Neill A; Schnait add lsl SO N. Side Land A Imp. Co. lot 20. o Neill A: S' hwab add.. lS.f.O M N. Side Land & Imp. Co . lot 27 O'Neill v Schwab add.. 1S"5 S2 N. Side Lnnd & Imp. Co . lot 2s o'Noill & Schwab add.. 1 Od 03 X Side Land A Imp. Co . lot 33 O'Neill A- Schwab add.. 22 32 Ka.t Knd Trunk Sewer. K,J Catherine Dlroll. lot 12. Wenger Kealty Co. 1st add 1.44 MARY PICKFORD in "THE PRIDE OF THE CLAN" Her second Artcraft Pic ture, at the TEMPLE FRIDAY. Habit's arc tho living links in the chain of immortality. Monday for Ladies Only. Tuesday for Men The most daring Admisiion 25c. A Most 1 4 u 3 ii FREED Ao ULIMAMM C 8 DAYS 173 Eleanora U'e'.ster. lot 21. Wenjrer Realty Co. 1st ad 1 4 1?2 Corn It. Letuert. lot -i. Wenger Uealtv Co. 1st h i 1 114 MerrltteJd, Nile. Ilomewood and Wash ington Avenue vt er rlNii. 20 Hattie L. Keves. J. t 46. Re- Tlscd Merrt i-eM Park add. 4.27 Wet Grove street luiterol Sewer. r Joseph li. Nr. lot X O'Neill a s.-hw.b aild 11 21 X. Side Land A Imp. Co.. lot r.s o Nein a Schwab add.. 1124 7 N. Side L'ir.d Imp. Co.. lot rt7 O'Neill A Schwab a.Id.. 1124 S Wni. P. O'Neill, lot '. ONelll A S.-tiwal, u.i 1 11.24 10 X. Side La-ol A Imp. Co.. lot 4 O'Neill a Schwab ad-.. 1124 11 N Sl ie I.i nd A Imp Co . ,.t 7i' O'Neill A Schwab add.. 11.24 Wrst I.awrene strrrt Vwrr. 13 N. Side Land A Imp. Co. n 13'. o'NeUI A Schwa add. 10 (!7 1 N. Side L.md A Imp Co. lot I.V. O'Neill Schwab add. 10 to 17 X Side Land A Imp. 'o. lot 134 O'Neill A Schwab add. 10 7 IS N. Side Land A Imp. Co.. lot 147 O'Neill A Schwab add. 10(T7 10 Carrie I Keitrer. '.. t 14.".. O'Neill A Schw ab add 10 '7 J t.tiward C. A Catherine r;i asser. lot 143 O'Neill A Schwab add 107 rt Fourth Street Sewer. 43 Josephine Ie iJrocte. lt 00. Campbell pint 24 3 West vond street MtUW. 23 Peter Shaefer. lot 0. Sprlns- brook add 2.7' EJfhth Street Grade, Walk and Curb. 11 Anna Stro7lnki. lot 107. St rone's 2nd add 3.70 Third Street Hitullthfe rmemnt. 10-11 MUbawak. Pub. Imp. Corp.. bda 17-10 and W. U alley O. p. St. Joseph Iron Wk's 7AC7 south Spring Street Hitnlitblc Tavefnent. 1-2 Iou!s Ä av Vnn Hinter, lots 20. A S. i2 alley O. P. St. Joseph Iron Works .. 7130 Third Street rwer No. 10 tertriide T. Ä W. I. O'Ne.U. S. l2 lot 44 O P. St. Joseph Iron Works 123.7 North Spring SfreW IIHrk I'aTriwnl. TEMPLE TODAY Aon Pennington Celebrated "Ziegfeld Follies" Star, in "The Rainbow Princess" A fascinating story of circus life. See the freaks, the menagerie, balloon ascension, parachute drop, the Hula Hula dance, etc It's a Paramount production. Special added comedy attraction VICTOR MOORE in "THE BEST MAN." A scream. MONDAY MARY MILES MINTER Mary Pickford's only rival, in "DULCIE'S ADVENTURE." TUESDAY Another great circus picture. A real thrill er from start to finish, "THE JOCKEY OF DEATH." CENTURY THEATER Two Days Only Monday and Tuesday Jan. 22 and 23. mm and entertaining film ever given the public. No children under 16 years admitted. of oil Hcfflvy-Wcfigllaü Telling Tumble We hold this remarkable sale because we con sider it good business policy every season to have a general clearance of our stock, so that nothing re mains to be carried over into next season. We are thus permitted to keep our stock always clean, new and up-to-date. And this, we feel, is ample recom pense for any sacrifice we can make in price. But that's only our side of it you benefit even more. This sale enables you to purchase the choic est things in clothes for actually maker's price. You cannot afford to not attend this sale. The excellent quality of the things we offer, coupled with a really big marking down of prices, make this sale a genuine bargain event the rarest money saving event of the year. $1.00, $1.50 and $2.50 Shirts Now 79c MISHAWAKA MORE, ONLY 8 13 Ja. W. Cr ' ks E-t . rnr i I. St. J ose; : I r- ' i .13 1 fourth trW llltulithlr I'aten-nt 11 Hsttle L K o . N 1 1 :'. E a l-.t 4 at: 1 N " rod . f w : i I irst Aller i at of tsin Mrrt l'oo:iii 7 Mih Pi!. In:p C ,-.rp . i t 17 on Third St. A N. '-. . .ate-i aly 173 Nile Avenue reinent. 1" Walter A Mittie N:' s', of lot 2 and 3 J . M Ni- 1st add llomewnod Aenue l'aeroent. in Hatf Ic L Key s. i . 4". M- rl rlf.el.i purk Merrllleld Aenue rement. 0 I'.ertha A. M'ieMer. b t "A." Merrlflel ! IT. i .!lv . . r. . rjt Ilattell StreM I.terisl s-vter. s - o. C. Wa':.. k. Id 10 I. iv rence A I'.atteil add 7 south Iln Street Asphalt Pa-emrnt 21 -Mr. Albert Pcbbder. S 4 ft. lot 11 A; 42 ; ivl -r - 2' 1 21 23-2: ller.rv and J..- pbi? ' I"1 i;ro."te. lot 20 M'lr.-rrT's l;t add -' 30 Ja.-oh W. (Ifvcr, N 33 ft. f lot 31 A. 3s inylor's 2:id 1 1 ''' ' (albotin Slrret Asphalt Penent- 21 Ir W Tu kir. bo 110 lüf ten Park 2nd add 21 . West Ciroe street ;r;le. Walk and ( nf 2 N Sb'.e Land A Imp Co. 1 t 7b o'Noill A Schwab add.. Wet Ia rrnre Mret ItemJ s,., r 2 E. li let 3 and 0 blk. 3. Iawreno A Pattdi add. Fran-Ms P. Corp--ran '' ' East aoM-ph Street .Wphalt rsrm.r I 72. Oelhert Kimble, lot 1'. b!k. 20 Lawrence- A Itatte'.l add 1- ' 730 pel her f Kimble, lot 17 and f, ft off E. side of ! t Is. I wren c I'.atteil add .. !k ' Ut IJattell Street Trunk, sewer. 7; Elb: E Holmes. I t IM. W. It. Powder add 11 Iont Street Urtck 1'mfmml. 17 W. Wahl. YV. , bd 2. or. PI. St. J. L Work-s Mtv Treaiir'r'a .fflce wi:i l-e 1 Mocd'i.v evenin.c for ayrr.ent- of ab .- W. L KIMlt.VE. ltv Tr'Hurr It N jour moral duty to wv this KT(Ht phot o lramft of blnli ntrol. and Women. juuvJ Cflfllme s of Prices DAYS i 4 r Li U i