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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES INDIANA AND MICHIGAN STA TE HAPPENINGS -; i ij - t-i-HrT-'-''--ei jm - if im j. ft Mt e n t n (feiiii (( e r-tee -et jmfiMni nteejittett t, ttt.M 'im; - .-ij !.;i.i:fii '.ti ir i f Mi:t i .1f . .,,M: - ift! 1 "' 'I' ' ' ' j1'' ' It ' ! 'i.l''i''li -. '' It 'l' ...'., I i r' ! I .. -.11 ' et;' '!"m- ii ; 1 1 1 T I It 11 . 1 1 1 1 ' i ' 1 1' ;t -J i ' . ' ; ' it. ';,! ',-1 ,.! I ' ' "'---'l.in.L.i.. .!:-.nl!i;ii!!i-ilH!tfti:..i-!!: 'i.ns.ihii'il'i.iiil.iiii.lih;!!!.! liiitcii:. ,n.,i ", ' u.'ii L.iiitl J' . ! . , I . li.i D NEWS FROM HERE AND THERE IN MICHIGAN TO II. S. SOLDIERS t;i:i:i:NVILLI-:. Feb. 12. Mrs. ;or'e Fnderw-ood of this city fell on a sünpery tide walk and broke her hack. Says England and France Can Hold Out Until Help Comes From U. S. Campaign to Raise S4,000 .NWS II VILLI: Jesse Tarbcil ..f Wrrnontville had a little hng-r 1 Token ami nearly tut off and two other lingers hadly mangled while working with a hay ire.-1-. For "Liberty Apples" in Indiana is on. 10 BARNARD SUMS WAR SITUA1 WILL SEND FRUIT N'-f": This is th- eighth and la.-t of a .-MP a of artbb.- by J r. I :. rr.ard. giving a summary of -j.-rl''.- :r s at the- recr-r.t con f r' !,' of Mate food a '1 r:i i 11 i - -trtt.-, which was h'ld a I W. hii. uteri. I'.y Ir. II. I!. Ikirn;ml. I'ihmI dmioi-tra tor for Iiilian.i. Tu :r.-i u;. the entire- situation, it l'x.k.- v ry n 1 1 j r !i as if I'ngland and 1 i. T! c can and will hi'ld out until tie I'nited s'tates arrives in lighting. Li''' tit aid in tha- overthrow f ( ;- rr.-a v. . Thi.-. will take at h-a .-t a ar and if it is dorn- in a yf ;ir, it uill la cause we shall have t-;t '(!'! u fi- . r fir re ird of the. j t -L i ight months. A f t r that, if i rmar.y f-hall ha e h ri beaten lo-.vri ind'a.-trially and roiK'tn ica lly, it will i t- only after the most b pi-rate resistance, the most ro-souM-eful military strate. the :': f dc fa 1 tint.: self sa i itio- the reat world war has yet recorded, f-tr Jem. any uill not jnit "coh!" mi j.vy. dioloi.-ts have mistaken the situation. Th re is no thought of a great military i t ry or (brmany. hut tlio program of w carit; 1 1 r out y lr.M-tcr.t hammering; hv overwhelm ing1 for of men and showers of Merl, taking' the w hol" of two years if neces-ary, now looks possible. Put it i iosif!e only with the .g nuinly patriotic devotion of Ame rn a to th- aus-. nly licrau? w are j ! r pared to do w ith less, food, do with l'ss f 1 1 1 1 . taboo luxur ies an) ro n-es.c n t ia Is. suffer at h-v t soüic of th" j ' r i a t i r. s th;tt have t-erioe a part of the f-very-tlav life of the ;t orde of l'ran' e. (Iennan lik'dy will continue n" 'i.riatnu' for peac-. This will he a.i ln.-mcere l.ave keen l.er ireinu3 ailviincf-s. .yh will nlaor in every Way to 1 T-ak Frame. Assuming that th'Te will h- no insurrection of ttt" fibrill in f 1 . arol none seems imminent at the present time, it s-em the isa is to he up to 1'ntr land nnd Arneriia and to the Arnr ic.in workii-. men in particular the ;ue.-tion comes, 'can I hold out?" If the answer is "yes" and h dns hold out. the war can he won and the Prussian system forever elim inated in the world, (derniany may oil! apsf. hut the German people will i.ot he responsible. They have mic ri'iee,. endured, and will sacrifice nrain. Will Amerioi nuitth their record ? INDIANA COAL CRISIS IS GREATLY IMPROVED Ne- - Tii!:e Spe. i.d Servi. e: INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Feh. Two N.arTii elavs have relieved the coal situation greatly in Indiana, h it th danger of a shortage "f fued. rspe-cially in Indianapolis, has not entirely passed, according to the state fuel admiiii-tration. Trans portation throughout the state has oj ero d u. the mines worked today at part capacity and it was thought that manv o( them o il 1 he run ft full c apacity soon. nly one- call for cmT,i1t:.,y fuel w'i revived at the state fuel administration offices to day. Don't say y-ii sav It In the neu-spaper. Say New-s-Tlmes 37 ?e More For Your Money Get the Genuine CASCARAR QUININE No Jvance in price for thu 20 yrar cU remedy 2Sc for 24 tableti-Some rota tablet now 30c for 21 tablet. Fivjri on profertjonte cct per tablet, you vc 9Sc when you buy I Ml Cure Cola in 2 hi-urs grip in 3 !yt Money buck if it few. 24 Tablet for 2 Sc. At ny Drug Store Ambition Pills Por Nervous People Tn cr. it r e tonic the fa-r..-..- Uend.-'ks Arr.hition Pill's tl:at w : : 1 p-.t v u'ur. . .m and vitality into : r v o:;., tire d c.:t, all jn. des t"1' ! : y-. U- :n a ; V , ! i . A an hay a h- for i::l. 0 c : ' . aid Werte i.- e riir.al CT Late In.-: Store- : author. ;ci hy the .;. ! ; . r to refund th' p .rdi.ix pr.ee- ;f ..?.;, o-.e i- .l:.--.tis;:-d vv ;t h :k. v ;:a ;; tv..,h rh'--;.t -.d-. ; ri;-e the?:i f -r cm- 'h::. 'y t ; ro-trat:on. . ,. ; r --'.e; and un.-tranz .:" - i h, ' e ; . i ; , ,'. ; i :. e'e ; n ' . . , t iv", or o, ,r.5.orj. of an 0fo 0h : ' : - ' i i'f t ! . i: t r o js - : '. b :' - Amb-te-n Pills a r.. !-.; -. : . v ! . ' ! f. h T t -: ia . '!:: - - : :-e i a!,'i t a; - s :::: ' :I :!. !. 1.' t v (O.N at Wettl ;,;. I"-, r La?e 1 t . -T StoTC. af.d eta If-; a c . t : vv hcrt. AJv MANISTi:i; "harU-s V. Pirh- rond certainly is no s1k r. Wh n the m jt i m hoard declared )iiin jihMi ,il!v 1 1 i j 1 : ,i 1 i : ; I . he ap pealed fnni tia derision. I'LT SKKY Loy Kiclianhon. a hroti. ! of Mr-. Frank Martin of t lis eiM . vv.i- aboard the torpedoe 1 1 ; i' Tu-' iitii 1, he in:,' with th l'Ttli engineer.-. 1 .-T. J A A I I . I : LA Y L 1 1 ISLAND C 1 i residents sav this has he'-n the ' ohlet winter on thie i-lainls. There ). little ih.inu' hut I'.shini: for tic men and social parties for the wo men. G LLILN YI LLi: .Miv. MarKuerit- ! Lütke, d tuuhter of Mr. and Mrs.: J( hn Lurke. ha received word from W i.-hin'tori to report there, as she is wantid as steno.m aphi r at ( oni e. TKAYI'LSi: CITY A hundred farmers of tin- Grand Traverse region are in session late to. lay eon- ; sideriu the proposition of etah- ( l'.chment of a milk cHulensary in Traverse City. ALMA Three younp India'-, iirls, said to h.- ahout K, years oni, tlr- ir;u of the restrictions imposed at the government Indian school at Mt. Pleasant, ran auay last niht. They wt ro pirkfcl up here today hy lo ul ollicer and returned to the school OLIVLT Supt. L. L. Champton of Katon I la pils. who prow up near Olivet and graduated from Oliver college, uill he a candidate for com- missioner of schools in Katon coun ty. Mr. e'rampton has been super intendent at Pellevue and Vermont ville. rFLLSTN IMwin Ktiiskti. em ployed at Jackson fc Tindcd's turn- hep camps, west of this place, is near death from a wound on his head w here he was struck hy a ' falling limh. His whole scalp was torn off and he received other in juries, including a fractured tkull. Mr?KIT,uN Henry Clin cor, a hotel clerk, who rohhed piifsts at the Park hotel, pleaded quilty he fore Circuit Judeje John Vander werp Saturday and was placed on prol-ation. Spencer Ilnqland. an other youth who admitted a charge of prand larceny, was also placed oi prohation hy the court, having al ready spent J0 days in the county jail. BELLAIRE. MICH. HAS EPIDEMIC OF FIRES Ni,Hn-Tliii,t Sieei,il Seiviie: L1:LLAILL. Mich., Feb. 1-. This village has heen suffering 'rom an epidemic of tires. The Iliveiside I'otel came near heinij destroyed when the furnace, tilled with r:is from coal and ijreen wood, explod ed, throwing tire to all corners of the hasement. The Samuel Shruer home was hurned down. There was no insur ance. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Ahe Steiner and family was totally de stroyed. It is located near Claia lake. The flames were; discovered at ahout s o'clock in the morning and the- huildint: was soon a mass of tlaiips. on.- daughter. Nora. 10 years old. ran in her stocking feet over a hilf a mile through the deep snow to the' home of her unck-. William Steiner, for assistance. Hr feet were- hadly frozen and for some time it was thought they would have to h, amputated. For more than a day the west side of the village was completely without water for household u?e or tire protection. The water main which supplies the Kearney .section of the ilkti:' fro.e up and hurst, leaving that side of the town water less. New pipe was ordered at once. The Li -aside hotel suffered a .second t re. wh-n an oil stove ued in th- i aement to prevent freezing in the vege-tah'e storage room set t:re to th place. MUNCIE'S "BIGGEST" SALOONKEEPER SOAKED ; MFNe'IF. Ind.. Feh. 1 A c".i ph ! in e stimation of mora! condi tions in Mur.cie was ordered by Indue- Thompson when the urand ;,:?- coiAcTh d unexpectedly Monday i nmrning. Tlio i.mrt intimated that gamhyrs from Indianapolis. Terve Haute and ether places where laws h i v e- h-evi i-nfiTi ed have flocked tee M'.nuie and were reaping harvest. ; George T. Hurst. Munci.-'s "hi .- , st" siumiikt-i'i't'r, Muri'!:y wa fined F'"" and sentencdl to four i -.ontks at the p. p.al farm hy special Judge Summr Haynes f Portland.) tin a charge- of running a blind ti-g--r. ' Ihlhe '" Lobinson. up on a Ilk.' , b.arge was fir.e.l and sentenced ' to tb.e- penal farm for four month, hv Judge Havr.es. Tlio Quinine Thai IKh-v .ot Affect Head feet, laxative Promo Quinine m be take:- hy anvone with.e.;: -aus-ir.g r. r et sr. s or ringing in the heal There is onlv on-.' "Lromo (jn tni -.'." F. W. Gi:'i:S Signa tur e ix en l't.. :.it, A'b . Trading with advertisers Nn N-Ti:i,es .' ia 1 .Servil-: LAFAYLTTL. Ind.. Feh. l Fnder auspices of a eommlttce from the Iraliana Horticultural so ciety, headed hy Ik I . Iiitz, In dianapolis commission merchant, a campaign to ra;.-e ? l,0Co in this state to send apples to American soldiers in the hospitals and trc-nche.s overseas, has heen inaug urated. Already several hundred dollars have l.een piv en, mostly hy memhers of the horticultural so ciety, from all over the state, Sec'y II. II. Sv aim announced. Nation t Give xioo.ono. The entire country will raise $100. (hot for the "Liherty apples," and Indiana's share is $1,000. Ar rangements have heen made with t'ie Y. M. . A. and Led Cross to transport the apples free. This means that every cent of th amount ".ive-n wiil he expended f c r apples, and sule-criptions sent to II. II. Svvaim, secretary of the In diana 1 lorticultui a I soidety, w ill he forwarded promptly to the general committee and the donor siven due e re lit. The first consignment of these apples has ?rone overseas from the mor.ey already raiseel and has heen heard from in letters from soldiers in lyondon hospitals who said they were the :iit apples they h.ul seen since poimr to Furope. Contrihu tions may he made in either money or apples. NILES, MICH. New i-T i rue Spi-i;d Se-rviie- : NIL LS. Fei. 11'. Miss Ruth Wide, man and Iialph Ausmus. both of this eity, were married at St. Joseph Sunday. Mis.-, Gertrude Pfeil, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Pfeil of Wel'ston, Mich., and Fdward Hahn, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hahn. :!'.: X. Fleventh st , were married Saturday at St. John's church hy Ko' Paul Suffran. Sheriff llogue was in P. uc ha nan Monday to take in charge a young woman of Polish parentage who had gone violently insane. She was taken to the detention home at St. Joseph until an order is se cured to take her to the state hos pital at Kalamazoo. The Niles school will reopen Tuesday morning after three weeks' vacation on account of the coal shortage. Dr. It. S. Waterson was taken to Fpworth hospital in South Lend for treatment. He has been ill for sev eral days. Niles young men in class one were examined at Luchanan today. The examinations will continue on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Larl are in Grand Lapids where Mr. Larl will submit to an operation. Mrs. James Sternaman of Poll ing Prairie and Mrs. Kohert Dinan of South Lend are among the rela tiv eS from (in of the city who are hero to attend the funeral services for Charles Louis Knott Tuesday afternoon. The funeral services will he under "the auspices of the Odd Fellows' lodge of which the deceas ed was a charter member. NORTH LIBERTY, INdT) L. Ik Fair was a business caller in Wanatah Wednesday. Forest Stoinbaugh spent Thurs day in Chicago. Miss Lura Fel-er of South Lend was homo the first of the week. There has heen no school since"' Wednesday on account of the fuel shortage. There are several new cases of chickenpox and measles in this vicinity. The Missionary society of the Christian church met with Mis. Cartwrig'U Friday afternoon with good attenda nee. Mrs. J. McLenithan and MUs Fthel McDonald returned Tuesday fiotn South Lend where they have heren visiting for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. latwser re turned Wednesdav from North Maa-rlKsii-r, Ind.. where they were fail ed last Saturday by the death of a relativ e. Mrs. C. L. Iliff and Mrs. Charbs Pippe-mg.-r were visitors in Chieauo Thursday. Mis. Khzabah S:;n:mers and Mr. and Mrs. I 1. Drennen went .o South F.end Thursday to attend the wed.ding of Mis He len Lensb-. rger and Franklin Palmer, jr. L. '.eims and l'red S .dirade:- have gone- to Almo. Tx.. which is tlie Lio Grand a'b-y. Mr. Zeims i--cently purchased land in that local it v. THREW BABY IN DITCH TO SAVE FUNERAL EXPENSES WALSAW. L.-l. Feb. 2.J.i r.f.im, who threw the hody f infant daughter in a ditr h Mere s per his e- - r;il il::ys age. jde-.TletJ cuilty to charge nf r-xjtosing a nmle body a Id.v- jdaee, and a lined ? be;-' Mundav. Povs discoveretl the in i ,,,i the i n '. -.br 'll e veral :a- ago hut the m-r's i nv e -tigat;r.s pred d due t natural eaus s. P.e am rla ! la- diS""-0-! f the' h"dy in or 'o sa' e fac' ial --pe-nse. -- r ir'MMin'jii'iitiimMnii'iiiiWM.i'iiiii Mimj'SltiiiilliH'tij irfI?;it5r!1i!,,:T;::!?fT-'I'?!Tli4!!,MJT!I!f !,f t tfi-! tfti:!1j -T-. kiiit.iiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiali.liiliiiiliiiiiiiillili.ttiiiiiiiilMti't'iii:!!!!! liii;!:!iili!:ii;j.i!ii''ii!iii,;!i.i:,i;!i:ili,;r;;.!ii!r:i!i;i;,ii; urn When you feeS n cold coming on, stop it with a few doses of LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets, which destroy germs, act as a Tonic and Laxative, and keep the system in condition to throw off attacks ol Colds, Grip and Influenza. Laxative o)iTjii10 il mw Tabids remove the cause of Coids, Grip and Influenza Quickly Rcliovo Headaches caused from Colds LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE is the first and original Cold and Grip Tablet. It is used by every Civilized Nation, and has a larger sale in the United States than the combined sales of all other cold and grip cures. It has stood the test for more than a Quarter of a Century. Remember there is Only One 6 romo I Güll for full namo and look fo) L9; 1 ; -' til ' ' 1 " .,v X-.. .. I ' t :; I ' . v F ' Abraham at 'o fight "that government of the people, by the people and for the people, shall not perish from the earth' Woodrow Wilson asks tis to fight "lor the rights of mankind and the Peace and Security of the World." Larabee's Best Flour can be depended upon to doits part in nourishing and keep ing our men strong equal to their task. n I 4 rin r mi Ouinins 59 0 uimn for this signature on bo Price 30 Cents n .: -y x . .. . , - : ' . e - - v. i : . e ' fit UJLt 5- - - - . ' i'-'tf : ' : v.ül v ' T , : ..- Z:t ( ' "t r ' ' " ' r - : - .?. " .4 V . .. . . . 1 1 HARRY L.YERRICK Funeral Director Chapel Atnbolane- FTLL MOTOR KQCIPMENT WARNER BROS. Seed .Bn! Farm Machinery 114 E. Wayne St ESST" 0MEOF GOOD CLDTHE2 Union Trust Company Safe Deposit Boies with special facilities for the privacy of customers. - - v: ..; . ' . ' r I : r - ' . v . . ' - .. .. 1 - . ' . .. . . ' - . - - - -. - r j ? . ' ' ' . " ' ' - " . - . . , r , ' ' 11111 W"inm I. .11 i l il I I ii ii i n n inn i M,,,. um iiUtf.- n-ii.. r:i5 Carriage a j UNION SfiOE CO. 233 S. Michigan St. 1 - . -: :!''!':!ev',rK''' !:!''"M-'!:r:':i;ji"!':;,,!l,i:",""!! iiiiii.,i,tt!i'i;i;' it. i'l"- ' i1 .:. 1. 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 . i i . !. I,,, h met A Purely Vegetable Oleomargarine ? s ' ' ' e s. n K0-K0 a i I II B NUT MARGARINE Cocoanut oil and peanut oil, churned in pasteurized whole milk even the names of the ingredients null! dood, but not half as good as KO-KO tastes. Vfu will be delighted with its flavor and quality, and surprised by the low price. Ask your dealer for KO-KO Nut Margarine. Made bv THE G. H. HAMMOND CO., Chica-.-, Iii. The South Bend Creamery Co. 525ol S. Taylor St., South Bend. Ind. Wholesale Distributors. "";!'HMi'. - f..t ,,: m--(i ,-ei.t i " ." t ' ':. ..; Hl., ii-, i i , : ing New NutMargarine CAM A PA 9li 'f means more for less cash. Try NEWS-TIMES WANT AD 4