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Thursday nvn.iNG, nmncARy 15, 1017. THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES MSHA WAKA GENERAL NEWS News-Times Office: 120 Lincoln Way West. Home Phone 118; Bell 10 JOHN W. EBERHARDT DIES ATBME GREEK Prominent Mishawaka Busi ness Man Dies Wednesday Night From Diabetes. John W. Kberhardt. 311 S Mill ft., one of the proprietors of the ET-erhardt Ilros. leather shop. L'lG X. Main ?.., died at the Battle Creek yanitariuni Wednesday evening at S o'clock. Death was caused by dia betes, with which disease Mr. Kber hardt had been suffering fcr the I-ai-t three years. He left Misha waka about two weeks ago for tho .-anitarium for treatment. Ilia wife was at his bedside when he died, being called to Rattle Creek Wed nesday afternoon. Mr. Kberhardt was born in Misha v aka Jan. 1 S74, and was 4:j years old. lie was the son of the late Lorenz Hberhardt. He was married to Miss Mayme Van Dimer of this city Oct. 25 187. She hui icM, with the following children: Oermaine, Charlotte, Ruth and Joiin J. Kberhardt. all at home. He also leaves one .sister, Mrs Hose Nlcke.'l-s, Indianapolis, who will arrive here Friday; four brother, Charles. Au gust and Alois. Mishawaka, and Joseph Kberhardt of Chicago. The body was brought to Misha waka Thursday afternoon at 2:13 o'clock. Funeral arrangements have not been completed, but the services will probably be held Saturday from ?t. Joseph' Catholic church. to ha vi-: noctaij Mi:irr. A social meeting of the Oc N- loow club will be held in the rest rooms of the Mishawaka Woolen To. Friday evening, March 2. CENTURY THEATER Tuesday Evening, Feb. 20, 7th Annual Concert bv a Woolen Co. Band of 30 Musicians. F. D, Thayer, Director. Ernest Staples Soivsrs and Monologist. Imperial Quartet. James Beard Cornet Soloist. Alphons Heyde Euphonium Soloist. Tickets now on sale at Red Cross Pharmacy, O. E. Lang & Co. " Chart opens Friday, S:00a.m. See Window Cards. Double Trading Stamps Every Tuesday and Wednesday February Specials for Friday, Saturday House Dresses and ! House Dress Aprons specially priced, of best quality' percale, gingham and sport stripe suiting. Prices from 59c to $3. To see them will be to want them. Curtain Scrims, Mar quisettes, Filet Lace Net ting. Specially priced at 10c, 12c, 20c," 25c, 29c, 35c and 40c per yard. FEBRUARY SALE OF SILK HOSIERY Women's Fancy Stripe Silk Boot Hose, the pair, tor 59c Women's Boot Silk Hose, all sizes, pair 35c. Women's Pure Silk Thread Hose, all colors, the pair 50c 14 12 MEMBERS ADDED TO PATRON-TEACHERS Twelve new members were taken into the Patron-Teachers club of the Hattell school at a. meeting held ! In the kindergarten rooms Wednes day afternoon. During the business session officers were elected as fol low;: Mrs. C. IZ. Tyler, president; Mrs. J. H. Nettlcton, vice president; Mrs. Fawn Finch, secretary; Mrs. Thomas Kreiter, recording secre tary; Mrs. Leroy Hitchner, treasurer. The following chairmen of commit tees were appointed by the presi dent: Literature. Mrs. W. B. Christo pher, membership. Mrs. Carl Frye; program. Miss Harriett Wilson; so cial. Mrs. R. Rensberger. The program proper consisted of a rour.d table discussion led by Mrs. Anna Williams, the school nurse, and was especially instructive. Miss Nina Holeberry contributed a violin olo, with accompaniment by Miss Marie Anderson. Refreshments were served. The club will meet March 14. There will be a round table discus sion, the subject being "Perplexing Problems In the Hearing of Chil dren", led by Mrs. H. W. Jones. M IS H A WA K P RIZKS AW A R D K D PRIZES AWARDED AT MOOSE MASQUERADE Three hundred people attended the masfjuerade ball iven under the auspices of Mishawaka chapter No. 9 8, Women of Mooseheart le gion, in the Moo3e hall Wednesday evening. Music was furnished by Oppelt's orchestra. Prizes for cos tumes were awarded to Miss Amanda McCarr, who appeared as "Rüster Rrown"; Mrs. Anna Miller, as a little "Dutch girl"; Charles Wilke, as a policeman, and F. C. Moler as "Uncle f'am". The committee in charge was composed of Harry Willard, James Bacon and A. S. Harmon. Henry Schmitt acted as floor manager. "T? it53 nv n rrss n TONIGHT "PRUDENCE, THE PIRATE" In 5 Parts, Featuring GLADYS HULETTE and Flora Finch, well re membered for her work with the late John Bunny. The Temple proudly pre sents this wholly charm ing photoplay for your approval and entertain ment tonight. Also "THE SHIELDING SHADOW" Coming Tomorrow "SINS OF HER PARENTS" A Wm. Fox photoplay every mother should see. I Lmui The 8oieii Rule Store North Side, Mishawaka FEBRUARY SALE OF DOMESTICS AND WASH GOODS 36 inch, 12c Hope Bleached Muslin, per yard. .IOV2C 36 inch, 12c Unbleached Muslin, per yard 10c 36 inch, lSc Berkeley Lonsdale Cambric, per yd. . .14c 36 inch, 20c Berkeley Longcloth, per yard 18c Per bolt of 12 yards $2.00 15c Longcloth, per bolt of 10 yards $1.25 45 and 42 inch, 25c Pillow Tubing, per yard 21c 45 and 42 inch ready to use Pillow Cases each 19c 81x90 ready to use S1.00 Sheets, seamless, each. . .79c 36 inch, 1 5c Percales, light and dark colors, all the new spring patterns, per yard 13Vic 33 inch, 25c Linen Finish Chambray Ginghams, all new patterns, per yard 20c 27 inch Dress Ginghams, checks, plaids, stripes, per yard 15c 27 inch, 10c White Outing Flannel, per yard ... .8c 27 inch, 15c White Daisy Flannel, per yard 12c 27 inch, 14c Colored Outing Flannels, per yard. . .12c All Linen lSc Toweling, per yard 15c 25c quality dainty Nainsook, per yard 19c 36 inch Cretonne, all the new patterns, per yard. . .20c Indian Head Linen, specially priced at 19c, 25c and 35c the yard. h - J' Ii $L? : 'Indiana," at Centn STREET CAR SERVICE DISCUSSED TONIGHT Kast end citizens who are peeved at the street car service will appear ieIr!.. fLf??"1?1 .!? uic wuuv.it uiiaiiLuri 10 uvuuir wiiii that body and the railway officials the possibility of securing more ade ii'ate accommodation. For some time the people have been agitating and have been airing their views upon the best way to rectify the service and Mayor Gay lor urges them to be present at to night's meeting in an effort to rem edy the long-standing sore. KXTK1 tTAI X S FI II 1 IX D S. Mrs. Schuyler Rose, 109 W. Third st., entertained a small party of friends at auction bridge Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Fred N. Smith re ceived the favor. CENTURY THEATER TONIGHT Engagement Extraordinary. The Massive Historical Spectacle HMÜH 350 Scenes Cast of 1,000. Is that all? No! For here you will marvel over the monumental achieve ment of the motion picture art. Think of this having posed for this production before his Maker called him James Whitcomb Riley now appears before you ex actly as he was in life, play ing his part in unfolding this most remarkable story ever filmed. You'll laugh; you'll sor row; you'll gaze spellbound. Adults 15c Children 10c . MB . . . T- r- ry Theater Today. stI;yi:x fi:iu:k dies. Steven Ferek. 4 4 years old. 32SV2 Fisher ct., died yesterday afternoon at the St. Joseph hospital, following one month's illness, agitated by complications. He was born in Austria-Hungary and leaves a daughter there. A sister, Mrs. Steven Ragi, also survives. Mr. Ferek came here nine years ago. Arrangements have not been completed. The funeral will take place Friday morning. WOODMKX CHICHI Members of the Woodmen circle. Home Grove 10, that wish to attend the sixth celebration of the "Hand In Hand" grove at ifouth Rend to night, are asked to take the 7:30 o'clock car. Drop in and hear the new Edison at Hutchinson and Co.'s Ice cream store, 12o Lincoln way east. Advt. if. r" 1 13 TODAY FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN and BEVERLY BAYNE In the Sixth Chapter of the "GREAT SECRET" Mutual feature in multiple reels with Margaret Gibson and William Clifford, in 'TANGLED HEARTS" Drew Comedy Featuring Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew in "THE JONES AUTO" Christie Comedv "THE SEA NYMPHS" With Betty Compson and Neil Burns. Adults 10c Children 5c Coming Monday THE DESPOILERS OF WOMEN" ZZ3 May Manton Patterns Carried in Stock, 10c and 15c & Monday CREPE DE CHINE 36 inches wide, in the new shades such as tea rose, French blue, Rus sian green, per yard 50c. ALL-WOOL CHALUES In dainty Rose Bud patterns, in cream back ground, per yard. . .50c FEBRUARY SPECIALS IN NOTIONS O. N. T. Clark's Mer cerized Crochet Cotton, white and ecru, all num bers 10c Royal Society Crochet Cotton,, white, ecru and all colors, all numbers, for 10c J. P. Coats Machine Thread, only 6 spools to a customer for 25c Fish-Eye Pearl But tons, worth 10c, doz. 5c. Nickel Plated Thimbles, each 6c U VI BARBER BOYS ROLL IN MERCHANT LEAGUE The White Palace Specials bowled its first set in the Merchant league on the Rosa gymnasium alleys last night and lost the 5eri;s to the "Speedy Waps." The barber boys were unable to loate the pocket, but the intimated that the Specials would be in running for the prizes at the close of the season. Several new teams have entered, brinclng the entry list up to six teams. It is expected that within the i:ext week at least ten ttams will be competing ine scores. WHITi: PA LACK SPKTIALS- C. .Mc.Man M 7." hrns '.; if lol is 131 SI ss Suookiin lrj j MrCnwHD X. lPi llay-- 1-f, ii : Ü71 Totals 01 Ö12 i'2 loll sri:i:i waps R Nrjan 1 h. Thompson 115 '.7 V. Allman 1 IS VV) ('. Iteebe 1..4 1.M K. S?wart 17 11 123 1- 1.;: n4i 4i xt 4ol Tot. In no öi: mi 19J1 i: KK STRIKKS I Helen Siifrer "Iura I isli nuiti . . . Margaret Dickel . . 127 77 6S l.V 1-". 'XI K7 11-' 7'. r.so - j Myrtle Clark Tot.ils SI 47'J SJ u:y2 MVKY STKIKLS June Trowbridge irl N 12s .".77 Luplla l'is. hiuau .. 0k 1u; 71 L'TÖ Kuth Diofer HI " 7s -JH Kathreu Eaer .... 110 71 00 ittXj Totals 470 430 372 1172 MANY ARE AFFECTED BY GRIP EPIDEMIC The inclement weather is playing havoc with the health of Mlsha wakana. Physicians report that la grippe is probably more prevalent than it has been for some years. Many are abed with the dreaded malady and several cases of pneu monia have been reported. Although there are no grippe cases at the St. Joseph hospital, 43 out of the 4 8 possible accommoda tions are tilled. There are 41 oper ative cases and four wards in the Maternity hospital occupied. Mrs. Ellen Wolford, 913 S. Sev neth st., was taken to the institu tion Thursday morning. She will be operated upon. SKVEXTY-FIVK ATTKXD PAKTY. Seventy-five ladies attended the card party given at the old St. Mon ica's Catholic church building "Wed nesday afternoon. Favors were awarded to Mrs. George Vinson, Mrs. Mary .Saramett and Mrs. Wit wer. Mrs. Witwer received the house favors. A luncheon was served. The committee in charKe was composed of Mrs. Eugene Replogle, Mrs. John Kuhn, Mrs. STdgar Belting, Mrs. John Emenecker, Mrs. Louise Petcher and Mrs. Robert Primmer. SUNSHINE CliUB MEETS. Mrs. Arthur Moenius entertained the Sunshine club of Golden Rod hive No. 180, Iady Maccabees, at the home of Mrs. John Jossick, 21S E. Eighth st.. Wednesday after noon. Mrs. J. D. Weimer was tak en into the club. Luncheon was served, covers being laid for 16. The club will meet in two weeks with Mrs. W. F. Kerr, C03 E. Grove st. V. O. W. Win, 15 to 1. In a grame of Fraternal league in door baseball last night In the old Methodist church the W. O. W. team won from the L. O. O. M. by a score of 15 to 1. Twenty-two hits were made by the Woodmen and three by the Moose. The batteries. Woodmen, Otstot and Kajawa; Moose, De Grotte and Oppelt. ATTENTION EV ERY BODY ! All union men and citizens are re quested to meet at the Dixon hall. Thursday Feb. 15th, 1917. Import ant business. GEORGE W. SMITH, Advt. City Chairman. AERIAL CLASS MEETS. A meeting of the Aerial Bible class was held at the home of Willie Kizer, S. Main st., Wednesday even ing. MISHAWAKA CLASSIFIED WANT ADS ALL. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMKNTS STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. WANTED Night porter. Misha waka hotel. WANTED Girl or middle-aged woman for general housework. 118 N. Church st. Both phones 59. WANTED A man between 21 and 35; $12 per week and commission. Apply rooms 219-20 Mills building, Saturday afternoon. WINDOW SHADES Are you building a new home? Are you refurnishing your windows? You will want the best in Window shades you can get, for It pays to use only the best. We specialize in a good shade cloth called "Luxor" hand tint ed cloth, finer than any oil opaque, more beautiful than Hollands. Ask us to measure ycur home as soon as the frames are set and let us Riv you an estimate of cost on "Luxor," "Victor Hand Made Oil Opaque," "Bren- lin" Unfilled Cloth. Kirst Flat Bra.ss Rols in all sizes up to 12 ft. Ions. Oil Opaque stock shades 2 4 2 and IS in. wide, 5 and 7 ft. long. A.C. Haslanger&Co. TIU KAPPA PAKTY. Miss Beatrice Woodward. 1029 Lincoln way IZ., was hostess to the Tri Kappa sorority at a valentine party Wednesday evening. The decoration were hearts. Contests were enjoyed. Miss Mary Loolittle t secured the favor. During the i evening Miss Mae Cooper was taken ! into the jororlty. Luncheon wa; : served. ; Mrs. A. R. Klein. ti'H Mishawaka , av., will entertain the sorority Wed- j j nesday evening, : j VALKaTIXK PARTY. j Alfred. Catherine and Marjorie j Ostrom pleasantly entertained at a , valentine party at the home of their! parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A.' ! Ostrom. 9(K! Homev.ood av.. Wed- j nesday evening. Dancing and games were the chief features of amuse ment. The decorations were in keeping with Valentine day. A delicious luncheon was served. ji Covers were laid for CO children. ENJOYMENT CLUIJ. The Enjoyment club met at the home of Mrs. William Lorden. 41 S W. Third st., yesterday afternoon and were entertained at cards. Mrs. I. McLean and Mrs. Pearl Rhodes received first favors. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be held at the residence of Mrs. Daro More, 227 E. Broadway st. DE VAULT IS HANK DIRECTOR. Bert Do Vault, manager of the Hotel Mishawaka, was appointed a director of the new Farmers' oank at Wyatt yesterday afternoon. Mr. De Vault is interested In farming in the south where he owns a farm of goodly dimensions. This com- fears Exposure and Life's Hardship Cause Cain, Houston and Robins No Worries. CREDIT GIVEN TONIC 'Tanlac Brought Us the Good Health Ve How Enjoy" They Say. Back la the days of '61, when D. M. Cain, M. Houston ajid Ike Robins Joined the ranks of the Union r.rmy a.t the call of President Lincoln, none of the three men grave a thought to health. They had youth, and youth and poor health are etrangrera Cain, Houston and Robins have now passed the seventieth milestone Of life. They met poor health years fto and retired to the National Mil itary Home at Leavenworth, Kansas, to live the remainder of their lives In Bufferins, as they thought. Six weeks ao, Cain. Houston and Robins were Ptlll in poor health. They had given up hope of ever be in better. Today, these three veterans boast of as good health as they enjoyed Lack in the sixties. Ask thejn what caused the chang-e and they will tell you, "Tan lac." "Yes, it's true," Cain, who is 75 years old. said at the Military Home, when asted about his case. "It's true that I have suffered years from stomach and kidney troubles and rheumatism and tried every medi cine I heard of. I got no relief. And. It's true, also," he continued, "that this new medicine, Tanlac, went straight to the seat of my trouble and save me complete relief." Meals Were Costly. 'Tor years I had to use the ut most care In choosinir my food. There were very few things I could eat, I can tell you, without such se vere pains that I could hardly stand them. I always suffered palnj? in my rtomach after eating. The palna would be less severe, though, when I ate certain foods and I tried to stick to those foods all the time, but the pain: came, just the same. ,My kidneys caused a continual ache and pain in my back. Why, I Buffered with my back all the time and it made me feel Just miserable. I had headaches, often, too. The rheumatism was in my back. Pains came between my shoulders often THREE BOYS" OF '61 10 HI BOAST OF HEALTH LIKE THEY HI THE MASTER MEDICINE Is Now Being Introduced to the Public of Mishawaka by a Special Tanlac Representative at the RED CROSS PHARMACY And is Sold in Cities and Towns of This Vicinity by the Following Exclusive Agents : South R nl Public Drun Store. FllTer Lfike. J. H. Norman. Klkhart, Weiler Drug Co. Goshen, Golden Rule Pharmacy. New Paris, R, A. Reynolds. Nappance, Johnn Son. Milford. Milfonl Dru Co. Walkert-m, W. Ii. n-her. Laporte, W. R, Canfleld. nymouth. Model riiarniacy. Dourbon, Martin Pharm acj. FXna Geen, T. J. Hamlin. Ijeehbur;, Empire Pharmacy. ArgOA, F. C. Bonindd. Culver, Culver Drue Co. Arlington, Mrs. L. T. TuU. plftes the ors. full board of 14 direct- to skkvi: nixxia:. The Indies Aid society cf the Coalbush Methndi-t church met at the church Wednesday. Durinjr the business session arrangements were made to serve the dinner at the Gast sale. r..vn ii it. i x s vi i Mrs. C. E. Tjkenbach, 121 S Ce dar st., entertained the members of Mrs. Ort's wheel of the Woman's Home Missionary society of the Methodist Me.morial church at her home Wednesday afternoon. TiiMru: TODAY. "Prudence, the Pirate" will be the chief attraction at the Temple thea ter tonight. This was written by Agnes C. Johnston, one of the youngest scenario writers. Gladys Hulette takes the leading role. 1NDIANA AT CENTI RY. "Indiana", by James Whitcomb Riley, the Hoosler poet, will be pre sented at the Century theater ;o night. RIRTH OF SON. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Hummer, 1009 E. Fourth st,. Sunday. TAILORING. We make good substantial suits for $20, $22 and $25. Herzog, the tailor, Advt. Wanted Three or four typists for copy work. Mishawaka Woolen Manufacturing Co., Mishawaka. Advt. Iii DM5. Ihl(S 10 II I o S-Vv , c V Ik a c n. 0 - 'i m ( o - Im !?p3 n .zj r im 1 y km - , - r4 Left to Hllit: I. M. Cain, 31. IIouloii und Ike IIoImii-.. Tin- Wlcrau of the Civil War IVlio Haic Unlisted In th Army of Tanlao RfK.strrv. and were very' severe. I never knew a well day. I was in misery all the time. "Well; I'd tried about verythini; else and so, when I saw Tanlac ad vertised, I thought I might as well try it, too. I didn't expect much re lief, though. I'd tried too many medidne without being benefited to expect much. That's why I was so surprised, I guess, when Tanlac helped me so much. For It -surely has benefited me greatly, and In ev ery respect, too. To tell the truth and tell it briefly. I feel better all over alnce taking Tanlac. Pains Have DLsappoarod. "The pains In my back that form erly caused such intense mi.ery. have disappeared entirely. The rheumatic pains have also van ished. My appetite han greatly Im proved and I can eat anything I care for without any pains in my j proved and I fel better all ovf-r stomach or any other form of di- j "Yes, I cheerfully re com men 1 tress afterward. : Tanlac for It ha beneMted me gr"i;- "I want to recomiend Tanla-c to ly." others who are bothered as I wan." 1 Houston. like Cain ar.d Robinc, . Robins, too, was "bothered with j a Tanlac bootrter. He .ay Tanlac rheumatism. He .ald that six weeks j went straight to the seat o? hie tmn ago he was in a serious condition ' ble and brought him relief irr.V.3r but that now he foels strong and -to that described by his twr corn well. He is 70 yearn old. rade-. Adv. Wanatah. A. J. Shnrt, 'aJparaK), Ileüieman S. Sle rr. Churulnisc. Criswell & Son. Cromwell, IIu-e) & Son. Albion. Martfeld Pharniacy. LlgonJer. S". T. Cllrei. Crowu Point, John liidren. Howell. J. II. lccnun. Garj, Hair- Drug Store. Iliunmond, Kaufman & Wolf. Mentone, Shofer & (ioodwin. Warsaw, Gilworlh Dn Co. Plercvton, II. -U Sweit?. ClajTpooU II A. Scole. Pavkerton, O. It. Scott. South Wlilteiy, Pniton H. Iyvr. ßpcacexylllc Ml Golden Murraj, PRETTY SCHOOL GIRL IS SOUGHT BY POLICE Ruth '"nicr l'ft llmnc TiicmI.i , and IIa ot IWon - -1 1 Ictt rc atios.il Srt!- NCW YORK. F h. 1 ' . strikinzly similar : th 'Arnold mystery, caused i IV. : 1 P to be thrown over tho er.tirr A t-eaboard today. Police ir! rni-c; -or Woods assumed p-r.-or.fil rh;r.- of the case and i diroct'nc th : -forts of scores of detrctivey. Ruth Crueer. a pretty lT-yar-ii l school girl, has Neu n:Kir; fr r, her home since Tuesday. No tr,i of her has been found. Henry I . Cruger. the f.ither, a public .ir countant. went to Ronton f or.rt. nicht, accompanied by his wife. Tr- home- was left in chirpe of It:tt and her ro sifters. ChrMiar.a. and Helen. 2.''.. The girl left Vr home at noon to ret a pair of ka.: sharpened. Detectives have fo'ind that she left the skates at a stor at 1 p. m. and started home. Th was the last seen of her. GUNS TO BE MOUNTED International NVs Srvie: NEW YORK. Feb. 15. Within tho next 10 days Cape Henry and Fisherman's island will be fnrtif.e J with six-inch Runs, which wid sweep Chesapeake by. A s-juad : coast artillerymen from Fortre.- Monroe bean work today on th--platforms for the guns. The r-in will have a range of from five t.i nine miles. "Like Cain. I had rhejmatiun." Robins said. "It settled in my cbt and In the calves of my llmbn. T'.im severe pains I suffered Jut made ma feel badly all over. My app'tit was very poor, too. to toll the truth. I was run down and out of .-bap In every way. IhU Ikter All 0cr. "Well. I heard so much a!, rut Tanlac from the other fellows hr at the Home that I decided to try ' I expect I v:ik Jut surpn.-e 1 when Tanlac benefited me a Cai-i says he wa.s. I know I -was ,-reiit!" surprised. Why, it wa. just a hliri time after I started tailn? Tanla that the pain.s in my r best and limb t-epan to disappear. I'e taken f"t;r l"ottless of Tanlac now nd i nv-r experience pains like I to suf fer. I've been benefitei in ot.ier ways. too. My appetite is in;- Cohimhla City, J. H. Kei.r i o. AtllVe, üukt II Tlu-app. Garrett, .. V. H:Utcr. Auburn. Ailitoti stttiiuui. Waterloo, S. W. I leid It. Butler, George W. God ir.. .Wiley, n. M. Dari.. Ken'Lallvlllc, A. IC OtK Wolcottlle. W. C. (.ra. Stroh, M. J. Allen. South Iilfonl. W. W. iuerv I Valentino, It. J. Van Krew. .Angola. A. IYJingr. I"rmnonl, J. C. Ilallcj. 1 HoAve G. T. Oooper. i Orland. Don. v Hamlin. Nortli I.itrty, Hoffman llrtv. i CJt-l, lcLr Vruz store.