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riun.w r.vi:ivc;. rnimr uv 2, 1917.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES URNINGS IN AND ABOUT TOWN CO. P. TO BOOST DR. F. R. CARSON? Indications Are That He Will be Sought to Run for Mayor. Notre Dame News fm'i? mllx .-.t iijon th l r.v- of tliH republican." who I-ft the me tm lit the J M. S. l.uiMlmr Thursday i:i)it. Th-ir rin-i smd to im 3'ai t the information that ' i tiling '.vast f'.xid an! that to jay umiM l-riiiL-ynine re iations :it tin- r-ity clerk's ifico where intentions to vm 111a11 :5led. No one fur'-'l to j,'ie out an in-I formation, a rm 1 t ions tare jrreet in inujitors, while all -1 I a' io'ling facility that v.ms h inl to 1-eat. Prom a fairly reliable sonnf the Information was .ssel oit that Dr. P. It. Carson would, if It" convents, the republican camlMate for nia vi.r. The lo'tor was not present at Tin meeting hut it is u r 1 1 -rstoo! that deputation of prominent rcpublir j.ji.s will wail upon him today and t ! rf e him to present hi- nam' to the AoU-rs for the huh ity oj'iiee. There was conii-r:iM' talk of Ik "i.uuis Kuhns ami l O. .Manninu' at the meeting, hut from what .ild be 1 arn 'J Dr. P.irsnn s nit 1 to . the popular choice for the oiin e. The ither men nano d, liowni r, may Iii t' eir names with the cb iK. lilanks for nti y info tio- iimary were plentiful at the nu-'tiim jiinl one committeeman exhibited a; -tocL f tlirin hi h h said would 1 i' Sent "'it today. II1 tApt-i t d 1o Ht result. ' 'ouiinlmaiii'' ainl . t - v tfii - .nie in for I b-cus.-io.i and it is un derstood that before the ntry Iil closes the i fjiiihlii a ns will he 1 1 represented in the fiuht for niniuci- .al sifts'. jT. joseptTvalley" grange in session Company K, ro;ni;i;in(led by Capt. ijiiniftt A. Koyhans. was awarded the decision in competitive drill vh Company P at the competitive drill held Thursday morning under the direction of i-'erpt. Camphell. Since Vr-rt. Campbell has estab lished the competitive ystem the companies havf made a decided im prov. -tar nt in their drill". 1 If-AID AQQflPI ATlflM DI AMC SHARE SELLING CAMPAIGN Ten Committees Named to Solicit IUiyei .New Director Are i:ieetetl. Pass Resolutions to Put Mat-! ter of Holding Company in Hands of Realty Board. The lust preliminaries for the de bating season will he held FevJ. IS. Th qucstio)i which has heen set by lie vi! William Holder, the dehatinf,' director, is: "Hesolved, That the manufacture, sale and importation of intoxicating liquors for leverago purposes he prohih'ited in the Ftate of Indiana." Jusit Kit have entered the first preliminaries. The men from South Üend that are out for places are: Vernon Helmen, Thom as Mott, C. ('recKan, Jennings Vur pillat. Joseph Flynn, Fdwin Hunter, Samuel Fiwell ami William Cole. Final plans were made at a meet ing Thursday night of the Interstate clubs executiv e committee for the banquet which will be held at the 'lier hotel one week from Wednes day evenintr. Tickets were distrib uted by the chairman of the finance committee. harles Cretan. The b.uiquet will he strictly informal and only college men will be invited. The entertainment of the evening will be furnished by local tah-nt, under the direction of Stuart Car bill, the chairman of the entertain ment committee. Resolutions to place the housing problem of South Bend in the hands of the realty hoard were passed at a meeting of representative bankers of the city held Thursday afternoon in the clearing house rooms at tho St. Joseph county Ravings hank in the J. M. S. building. This ucation was taken after a long discussion of the housing ques- : tion. Outside of passing the resolu tions nothing definite was done dur ing the session Albert V Weigel was chosen as a member of the re,al estate board to formulate definite plans for a hold ing company Mr. Weigel has had considerable experience along mich ; lines and is thoroughly conversant' with similar problems in other cities. The plans will he presented for the approval of realty dealers, rep resentative hankers, merchants and other citizens interested in the movement at a meeting to be held l ome time in the near future, a ilate has not yet been et. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES An acthe share selling campaign was started and directors were elected at the annual meeting of the stockholders of the St. Joseph Coun ty Fair & Amusement Co. at the (diver hotel Thursday afternoon. Ten committees were named to so licit prospectie buyers of stock. The campaign will start immedi ately. Bernhard Ciieppert. C. Fassnacht and Joseph Werwinski were elected directors for a one-year term to fill vacancies caused hy resignations of directors who held three-year terms. Directors for two-year terms were named as follows: Fred Christman, F. Himer McDonald, V. A. Mclnerny. Walter Hryan, O. K. Land. O. A Clark, J. r. Ellsworth and Henry Miller. Directors who were elected for three-year terms were K. ' Miller, J. I'. McGill. (leorge H. pb-r, John Hordntr, F. K. Hering, As.i Mathews. Abe Living ston, D. I.. Guilfoyle and II. W. Kld redge. The hold o. er directors are: Cla hriel II. Summers, J. K. .stickle, A. Frank, John F. Devine and M. W. Mix. f A' e Livingston re. id the treasur er's report which was adopted and speeches weie made by I'res't K. H. Miller, Abe Frank and F. F. Hering. All spoke enthusiastically of the fu ture of the association. Members of the Kub club or tieshuun journalists held an in formal b.uiquet and smoker in the Carroll refectory at the university Thursday night. An entertaining and appropriate program was ar- ran'd for the affair and Prof. John Cooiiev made a few remarks. The sophomore class at a meet ing held Thursday afternoon elected the officers that will lead the class j through the present semester. Jack i Coon was named pre.-ident. while M.irjoiie Plake is vice president. ! Mildred ltennoe, secretary, and Uuth f Carlson, treasurer. The class re-1 elected Flmer liurnhain and Miss! Jr;.ce Collyer, sponsors. j DISCUSS NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING SPACE Ad-soll I,c;tiu' at .MidOlontlily Meetiiiir Takes Cp Topic From Various Angles. St. Joseph Valley Cranoc h !;1 its legulur meeting Thursday afternoon iit the hall. Six applications for membership were acted on and ar j alignments for the just and second degrees to be laid next Thursday -veiling, plans were also made f.r an all day meeting March .: of the J'nmona CIrar.v. sTWDxiji) ih:ki:ks mi-:kt. The February meeting of the Standard F.earers of the !race Methodist IJpiscopal church was held last evening at the home of Miss Nellie Kobbins. s'2'2 Bowman av. A chapter of the "Lovfr Stories of State Missionaries," was given hy Miss Robins and following the busi ness s.ssion light refreshments were served. The next meeting will take place at the home of Miss Hlvis Stover., SG J Marietta a v. A new eligibility rule for candi dates to class officers was put into force on Thursday afternoon at the high school when the hoard of con trol decided that a student must have made a grade of not less than three B"s to be able, to hold any class office. This is the first time that a rule of this sort has been put into effect at the school and it will mean that many students del siring to hold office in the classes and other organizations. will be forced to withdraw their names on account of low grades, made the previous semester. Wpio9d Look! SAMPLE CIVIC CLUB ' ELECTS OFFICERS Frank s. Hudak is JIctnl lresi- lent and John Irejlys ice Piosiclent. Frank S. Hudak Avas elected presi dent of the Sample Civic club at a meeting held Thursday evening at the .school. Ottycr otlicers elected I were: John Prcybsz, vit'e-jiresident. and Walter J. Kucharski, secretary and treasurer. Community singing. a boxing match hetween two Notre Dame ring "artists" ending in a draw de cision, and a piano solo hy Miss Minnie Tacowski comprised the pro gram for the evening. Dr. Charles S. Hosenlury, secretary of the board of health, did not pppear on the program as was announced, being delayed by business matters. CIVIC CLUB HEARS ABOUT CITY MANAGEMENT PLAN Newspapei advertising space, con ceded to be the greatest medium of paid publicity there is hi the world, was the subject for a round table discussion Thursday night at the mid-monthly meeting of the Ad-Sell league. The meeting was held in the Nicholson Inn, about 40 attending, a number from surrounding cities hav ing memberships in the league. The principal speakers were W. K. Arm sromr, advertising manager of The News-Times, and John F. Dellavcn, advertising manager of the Tribune, talking from the standpoint of a seller of space, and J. L. Sailors of Sailors Bros., and Horace . Fox 'id vertlsing manager of (leorge Wyinan V Co., who spoke from the buyer's, viewpoint. W. W. Dunkle and XV. K. I .am port, president of the league, both cjf them former newspaper men, also participated in the speak ing program. (). S. Darrett. adver tising manager of the Studebaker corporation, was in charge of the meeting. Means by whlcTi there can be a greater and more effective coopera tion between the buyer audi seller of i.ews-paper spae was passed upon. In addition the position of the news paper relative to the manufacturer as well as the retailer was gone into at considerable length. A third round table discussion was announced for early in March, at which will he taken up the question of who really does pay the adver tising bills of the merchant and the manufacturer. CIVIC CLUB ACTIVITIES Men's Athletic club meets this evening at 7::'0 o lock at the Sample school. Teams Z v s. 4 in both volley ball and baskettball leagues. Class in English taught by (leorge Totten, higii school in structor. Fancy jewing class tauuht by Miss Kuth Wills. House com mittee headed, by S. LyczynsKl. Boys of Indiana meet at 7:4" o'clock under the direction of Wal ler Kamp, newly appointed director. Athletic -xerdes and games. Baths open until l:4u o clock. Library and reading room also open. C. 11. Heintzlman in charge of house committee. BICYCLE RIDER RUN DOWN BY AUTO DRIVER Harry WVlMcr Ksrapes Injury But His Machine Is Smashed Cj). While riding a bicycle south along Main st. at the corner of Jelferson hlvd.. about G:K o'clock Thursday night. Harry Webster, Z.',?, E. Dubail av., was struck by an automobile driven by an unknown man and h cried to the pavement. He was un injured, but the bicycle was badly smashed up. The driver of the machine, who did not stop, is said to hae cut the corner as he turned north into Main st., coming from the west. Police are making an effort to locate him. He did not report the accident at the station, as he is supposed to do un der the law. DRAFT CONSTITUTION FOR MUSIC SOCIETY ATTENTION, HOSTISEU MEN! Democratic rally tonight at Ia salle hall. All Bostiser boosters be there. (Jood speaking and music. Adv. !.lty. EH SeoMrt Speak to Lincoln Club on Subject, Willi lftoii, Ohio, ns Illustration. In Eat in America sun dried beef is stretched for tether ropes. A sub-committee composed of Miss Virginia Tutt, city librarian; F. B. Barnes, 'city recreation di rector; I). D. Nemeth. Frederick H. Ingersoll and Miss Thekla Sack met yesterday afternoon in the pub lic library, where they discussed as: to what should compose the consti tution of the Civic Music association that is being formed in the city. Following a general c'iscussion. an outline of a constitution was framed and this will be presented to the ex ecutive committee at a meeting to be held this evening in the olfice of" Mr. Barnes at the high school. LOYAL AMERICANS IN SESSION AT LAPORTE Delegations from South Bend. Michigan City and Laporte lodges of the Loyal Americans of the Re public attended a joint meeting at Laporte Thursday niuht at which J. M. Blanki nhakt r. supreme director. ard Dr. Boyle Vance, supreme medi cal examiner, both of Chicago, were the speakers. Forty-seven South Benders attend ed the meeting, leaving on a special car. Dancing, supper and a musical entertainment were other attractions of the evening. . BIBLE CLASS TO BANQEl TT. Members of the Albright Bilde class, headed by Bev. XV. H. Fresh-h-y. pastor of the First Evangelical church, will be entertained at the annual banquet this evening at S o'clock in Kable's banquet hall, lL'L XV. Washington av. A program which includes music and readings, is arranged for the evening's entertainment. o. e. s. MEirrs. At the regular meeting of South Bend chapter. No. 1', O. E. S. Thurs day evening at the Masonic temple, votes were cast on the star peti tion and routine business transacted. At the next meeting to be held Feb. 1.1. initiation of members will take place. Try NEWS-TIMES Want Ads They're made with I s rm rn vsT BAKING C!18& Citj' management was discussed i by Atty. Eli Seebirt in an address made Thursday evening before the Lincoln Civic club. He commented at length upon the form of govern-1 mint, usinfr Dayton. O., as an ex-! ample. William Ilapp, who was scheduled to speak on the same question was unable to be present because of illness. Musical selections both vocal and; instrumental were on the program which was provided following the address. Routine business was trans- ( acted at a short business meeting. If you've ever tasted pocxiif made with Calumet Baking Powder you won't Maine a kid for being tempt ed! G-r-c-a-t, b-i-g, tender, tasty biscuits, cakes, doughnuts, muffins ami everything I can think of all so gocxl I can't keep away from them ! Mother wouldn't think of using any Baking Powder except Calumet! Shc'i tried all others she knows which is best she knows Calumet means positive uniform results purity in the can and purity in the baking: great economy and whole some things to eat. "You r.mt bikings like mother's then use Calumet Baking- Powder." Received Highest Awards AVre Gjfc Dock Free St Slip in Pound Can I. r. PltorEssOK SPEAKS. , The regular weekly history class' j under the direction of Dr. A. J.: I Linton of Indiana univerFitj. met at j the high school yesterday afternoon. The course will be continued I throughout the winter and for those who take the work, credit is given : at Indiana university. Polly Arid The Kiddies TheMoxIeyFamily Stand for the Best. That Money and Skill Can Produce A Pure and Delicious Food, made from the finest mate rials, churned in the clean, tanitary Moxley plant WOULD PROTECT RABBITS y,tmMrJmrJ' Ohio Lor Ma tu re is Opposed to Night ! Hunting. I COLCMBUS. O., Feb. 2. Hep. ! Baker of Ashland has introduced in! the Ohio legislature a bill which makes it unlawful for the hunter to shock unsuspecting rabbits at night with the bright glare of a spot light, and then shoot them down. Baby carriages are exempted from the necessity of carrying lights at night in a hill fathered by Sen. Ter rell, which requires lights on all ve hicles, "except those drawn by hand, land hay wagons." it Try It With Your Next Meal T?y mean of a funnell. net and a i suction pipe attached to a power boat deep s-a fishing is made easier. This :dmply an adaptatiwu wf the acuum cleaner priaciUlA i fij H3 Iiis Write for 64-Page boob of Famous Reip FKi-fc. Moxley'a Special will iet you tminj dollars and will delight all with itt flavo. and vholesomo purity. It' the Quality Spread for people who know. I rmeatmt cUnifnnu im tw .t ia rrrry raprrt hrlLfiulQi, pwnty. YL dtitautT and hriN-ntc vloe lo t.r! creamery hitler. J. C Duff. OSdal XCV Qemat,riew York Piodoce Lxdarja Cbarned by Wm.J.MoxI.y.Inc.ChlcAffo. U V. .1. (.IHItONS IMrert Itcp. I l.iO't I.eei-r Ate., tTS vouth IUn!. Intl. hfiv m R obertson Jdfos Co. Business Hours 8:30 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. Saturdays to 9:30 p. m. 200 Sheeting and Pillow Casing Remnants On Sale Tomorrow Saturday Selling at 20 percent less than manufacturers' cost. 9-4 Sheetings, 40c value at 25c yd. 8-4 Sheetings, 30c and 35c values, at 12c and 19c yard. Pillow Casing in one big lot, all at one price at 10c yard. These are all in l to 2) yard lengths. Sale starts promptly at 8:30 a. m. and we advise your early attention as the supply is limited to only 2(H) pieces. Our February Sales on Women's Knit Underwear White fleeced Union Suits for women, styles high neck, long sleeves, Dutch neck, el bow sleeves; all ankle length, at $1.25. Carter's Union Suits of halt" wool, low neck, elbow sleeves; low neck, no sleeves; ajl ankle length; SI. 75 quality. Social at $1.50. Children's Union Suits tleeced, drop seat, high neck, long sleeves; large sizes have short sleeves and Dutch neck, at 50c, 59c and 69c. February Hosiery Sales The "Btirson" Hosiery for women, a splendid quality in. black only, light and medium weight, at 29c Women's Fibre Silk Hose double sole and heel, unusually low priced at 39c. Children's Shoes The "Holland Shoes" for bovs, lace or button, all leather $2.50 to $3.50. The "Pla-mate Shoes" for children, patent, cloth top. or all calf skin, extension sole $2.35 to $2.75. Intensely Important Suit Sale Securing you a suit for next year and several weeks of the present season's wear, at a price one-half the value of these garments. The styles in vogue now The materials of the tinest qualities The tailoring none better Trim mings of quality Furs, and linings of silk. These are Mostly Wooltex Suits Wool Velours, Broadcloths, Poplins and Gabardines. Every Suit at Half Price Tomorrow The New Frocks in Silks of he new fashion silks, in the new 1017 fashion's modes, beginning in the way it will go through the new season. These Frocks at $12.95, $15.00, $19.75 to $35.00 embrace all the newest shades in Crepe de Chine, Georgette Crepes, Satins, Tatfetas and Messalines in wondrous variety of models. February Sales of Men's Furnishings. Men's Union Suits of mixed wool, spring needle knit, worsted finish, form titting, closed crotch: a S2 quality, tomorrow at $1.59. Cotton Union Suits, light fleeced, good weight; S 1.50 garments at $1.19 Final Clean-up of All Winter Coats Tomorrow Coats that sold from S 10.00 to S35.00 now at $2.00, $5.00, $10.00 and $15.00 These include every Winter Coat in our store 153 in all Plushes, Velours and Corduroys. Now is the time to buy a coat for next winter. Tomorrow will be End-of-the- R M Day 9 I I' ewman s ere s Proof: PI Superb Suits, which sold as high as S30. Your Choice at 18 Wonderful Cloth Coats, which sold for as high as S20, in black and novelty mixtures. Your Choice at All Fur pieces Fur Muffs, Fur Scarfs and Fur Sets. Your Choice at 7 Hudson Seal Coats in plain and combination fur trimmed styles. All marked to Sell at $6.95 $6.95 Off LESS THAN COST Briefly, every price quoted above spells Op portunity. Our Spring merchandise is arriv ing with every express from New York, and we must have room. We must hasten to pro vide more space, and our judgment in mark ing goods at below cost will do it. Exceptional Values in New Cotton Shirt waists for Spring at $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00. All sizes up to 46 bust meagre. Here is a great demonstration of our Seven-Store Buy im: Power. These waist values are unequalled. You will immedi ately recognize the worth of the waists we are here offering. The New Serge Dresses for Spring in 5 styles, special at $10.95 These styles embody all the newest ideas for Sprint:. The majority of them have lovely touches of novelty embroidery. You should see them for they're a delitrht to the eve! THE STYLE SHOP FOR WOMEN SAM'L C. LONTZ & SONS COAL AND COKE Established 1835. 427 East Colfax Av. Bell 74. Home 5074. Don't Pay Cash for Your Clothing Your Crotllt I f;ood nt GATELY'S 321 R. Michiau St- Art Materials. Picture Framing. THE I. W. LOWER I ) 1 XX RATI N ; COM! A X V. south lonU Indiana. Wall Paper Draperies Paint Suppl: