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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
SATTRDAY AlTKRVOOy. -TT.NT 1, 131. SOCIAL AND OTHER INTERESTS OF WOMEN W RECRUITS M Merna K. Krn.m, 22C l,.no!n h V m rt a , ned the member of her Sundav hooj 'las at Kpwnrth Memorial Jvirh Fridav ftrnonn. m fiiralion of her fourth birthday snnivn'nrc The :me was snl with zame, and a niimhfr of pfture were t-Kf-n of ;h group v Mi- Carol frhr of Misha " aiv-t was hocte- at n 7 orio-rt din. r.er a the fumi Cinlrv ' iu Fri day nzht ffvniphrnonUp to .Mis? Puth GoWf.v rwl I .rut. Iijd;ev V. Bursrt. r. S. N, w ho-e nnrriaze ujil tdU p!.3 e --it.irdav. The na tional color rr ff e 't f rl t n the table n t erpi. e, u huh was on . eived of red oriental poppte, and w hil. ,i M blue iris. Red taper.-, a: lh o-r,er of the table t rl " I to it. a tt r.i rt l vne. The ;ruet npre Mi.-s ;ovm. I,ieut. Run?ri. M r Mid pole f Ne-w Jersey . a rnUsm of Lieut. f'.'inrTt, Mr. ami Mr Carl W. ; i n z.. Mr. and Mr.i GoorJte Travirs of "hie.arfo Mr. and M . George V. ,tphn; on. Mis. F.lni lMs.p and H.xrriR F'ink. A prtit'on to rrciss to institute n.ir n:r.e prohirition wa drawn up a the riTnnK of the Chpin Park NN'. '. T. I'. heid Friday afternoon ilh Mr Iannis S. Brownfield. 4 14 W. 1 .a sail av. Flower minion day w a di' m"1 and plans were for mulated tor iinitinc with members of the othT union fn the county for n .TÜ-day pwinr, e?c.on at the 'rphan hnm? on June 1 "Peer A a i'ii of the Prutahty of the lifrnun" and "'"hp Action of the General As-pmt.V,' of the Prenby inan "h-irh T.-ward Makinz the Whit one Nation-wide" were sub . Tis of an in'ovmal d immiioti . Mrs. Ada Ha man read Tha Messazp of Gn. pershinz tr the Voun: PeoplP f Amrifa" and the artp e. "A Mesaze to the Mothers of America". 'a tf-ad by Mrs ' I,. FMtrher. A ' I .ilin SoldiT Prnvr" -wa- th ut'Kt of an artilf prf'-nud by Mrs. (. !. Warner who alo Id thf' .-fvorionv Th rntJnK; of .Inn 2 n il! b hld at th hnm? ( Mrs. . J .rwnfield. ,nty-ftv rouplr attended t h- May danrinc party of th rii t'tir!' cl'ib hMd tn th F'.lkx impl, Fn.lav nisht. Mi)i for t.h pro zram of i danre plaved by Hprn' orhvtra. Mi5 Mildred Knrl?v rrmifr',! a vor.al solo. The jtf Pink R'." aoornpa r;l by Miv Kthel U'ahi Pfrn of th affair r Mr Cliarlf Kmerl7. N!r. Fl. .1. Pitti5or;. and Mr. 5iA.rmjl DWaH. J- Nin mombr and two rir5t at nd1 tho mtinc of th? Adanc? irrlr h Id Friday afternoon at th iom of Mis li'lon N:t7!. 112 W. , rtt The tim w-a.4! pnt in sw- rz. A fMr-nir ?o n hld at th hrMi ""f M r Wiihtir Rrou n. Uydick. on Iijn 13 -will mnrk th rlo. of the ia?on. A m'lrs o' h rirrl of : .-ir of th FirM T-?aptit ohurh uai li Prtdav afternoon At th hom f Mr M. K. loomts. Hoffman iparutipnt5. Thrf or iE:ht mm-. -rrs prort. TT) plr of th met-, r, to be hld on J'.in 2 "tU be lotermined 'atrr. r Annotin" fmertt ha beti mad of he mrriac of NTiv Franre Israel if 1 nd'.a n.i poh And Harry .1 filare f llwaukep. fnrmc'v of Mih--ak.i, whtoh took p!are at Indian- f k 1 1 i May Mr. Glare i a i-oun if Mr. F. R Albnpht. 7 04 K. ln l.ana .n.. thL city. time at t h Aid f-orciy Qutltinj: frrtipifd 'h -peering of the I,ad!e' f the QtJinrA Street paptt church neld at the rhrth Fridav after toon. An all dav mectmc of the jocif tv mil be held at the ch iTh n the lat FVtdav in June. factory nnrniNc !rnrjain A Jatkon Cn plant, orner Tutt & "arroll .t.. on N V . railroad. r.'"no rjuare ft. ground. 'T)ce 22x22. f.t'tory 6.4'' o,uare ft loor pare barn 22x2. and 17 . P""" Kiusrf ft. of .oree room Ideal Unt for mannfact urine p irpo" or -tail buMne. Will lvi: for trrr. yf vearf Inquire of Pmlder5 Sup- C SpoiMalty (.o both ppnnrs Adv. -4 7 ST-: :oo n wo itrriTM.. Prof. 1". .1. Huber"- annua! piano ntI Monday cntrc. F!ks trnv :o. .MIP" ?. 4 1 S - L' - A'lM. Vomen's War Work kxm i;tix;Frr roit iamilv or rn i:. The orr utt famil al! locked well fd. In fact, Mrs. Orcutt .on.sidred that her jon, tr that the were eil fd Hefore marriage h had taught domestic: s..inc m the io.ai Ji.h M'ho'I, and it was hrr proud boa-t that though the piano keys m;;hl not alwat b free of du:, tt,-re 'a. aiway a rvril balanced lafion at hj table. Fen in p-ac time thre wa ner extra asa nee or uaMe m her food oudet.. So that trie wartime feeding of her family was merely ttie inafter rf a little mere rvtieful riarketmc and a schedule of t-ut",n-tutes. With pencil an'l pad h" erlv mad out an actual apportion ment of nevsan rjuantitie and the various food element? required for health arrorjinc to the respert iv e habits and as of hej family Mr. Orcutt bejns a busine man had nd of only an average amount of caiories. The i 2-yrar-ojd '"n had the heilth appetite of a ;row injc boy whil he two little zirls. nin and three, had to hae plenty of nourLhinc frod, includins: whole milk. This was the weekly ration he worked out for her family of rive; Meal and Meat Suh-tiMitev Four Ibf. lan meat; 2 lb. freh fih; 1 lb. alt fih; 1 dor. 1 in. cheese. 2 lb. dried ben or split peas. Inf.. Two lb., butter or olomarcanne, I lh. ooolvips fai. Milk. F-icht quarts whole milk. Mi:rars. Three lbs. sujrar; 1 lb. -orn svpjp, moa5?5 or honey. Corral frrHlurts. Twelve lbs of all cereal F'rosh Vocetable.. Tunty-five lbs. potatoe?. 14 lbs. ether freh esetahle. lYuit. Fourteen accordini; to ?ea- tvn. Her chedule for suh.tiutes wap a lidinc scale. The?e were govern ed hv condmon? and by chans'in Mson. and also by the necessary h ng;es n-.ade from time o time iu fhf protrram of the I'nited States Jo.d administration. Aroordinz to the .SA-.iO rule,. he "ould purchase 5ix pound of vhwt in thi.s allotted total of 12 pound of cerea.1. Rut because he i a true patriot a well a a rapahle cook he ha. c-nt out entirely the use of "heat, and she tili zive her family a perfectly wholesome and satify insr diet. One way of dome thi ha been to incrae hr veeetabl? ration, particularly of potatoes, so that ihy need lev bread. She ha alo teamed to ma ke -entirely wheat-e;-t bread, and wheatless shortcake? fok- dfsfert REVELATIONS OF A WIFE By Adds Ganisoa ORPS he Store for ..Vie ii "hx)r: iu.im rmi.i." I could hardly stand a I toik t h" telephone receiver frm Tr. Stew- art. hand. Th reul3ioti from deadiy fear to th assurance :hat eerythinsr was all risht :th r:cky and .Jack, ieft.me weak a a ba'.. "Marsarer"' Ja k' oif ? tame oer the 'phone rjr;int uith ten derns and strength '"n. .lark, Jaik" I wa half hy tencal from the strain I had been under, and I could not control the 'tear in mv voice ! "Steady. dear. steady!" -am Jak voire "You must not break down now. Kverythin is a!! rizht." I'd you see Iicky" Nt throat was so parched that th ord were almost a h.iprf but ,Ia.-h causht enineerinc corps The chanes vere very mu h aZair.5t his e er to nuns back aprain. Rut tlieie wa a sinister side to m f.rrouk. I felt sru:lt. as if it i ; Officer to be Here June 6. Men 20 to 40 Are Eligi ble For Service. were my hand that was pushing him utoss the frit woje i rant for h:s water. I could : I had written execution. them J "Yes. and I 'hink we understand ejen other,' he -aid U'lierly "He is Ion his wav to you now. 1 want you j to promise nie that ou will forget jeeryth.nsr that has parsed, and jRreet him lovingly. I simply rannot ', :o away unies I know thai eer- thinc is all ncht aeain between you and your husband."' My thouchi flew bi k to the last time Jack had refused to !ave me when trouble threatened me. When the physician told me that my little mother could live hut a few weeks he wa preparing for his expedition to South America. At considerable financial los to himself he p it aide hi own plans, postponed his trip and devoted him self to my mother and me until evervthmz was oer and I buk at my work a pa in. And I could r in the lipht of what I had learned since hv return that the only reason he d:d no ask me to be hi, wife at that time wax the fear that I mijrht accept him through, rratitude. Try to Tnrzrt Mo. Acain the unbidden, unwelcome query came to my nvnd. Would it not perhap have been better for me if he had revealed his heart to me ? Jack's voice brought me back from the past to the present. "A"hat is the matter. Madpe? J am waitinc. dear, for your word. I know you will not break it." "Ye. .lack. I promise." I said faintly. "Rut, oh. Jack. I can't bear Men from 20 to 4" years old are accepted, and e.pe tally men are ijesired who hav had experience and tr.ainins; in one of the follow ing line.: Buzzer operators. cooks,. store- i Keepers, macninf srun mec-nani- s. i auto erijnne me hani s, tractor oriv- I ,ets. heay auto true drivers, mot ! r- lists, topographers, phon op I eratort. auto ele-M ricia ns. biack- smith. artyiene welders. bench mechanic?, lathe hands and ma chine deizner. i Lieut, fl. G. Garland, rruitin; not ha e , officer for the Amcricaja tnk corps, tne war-;vi;j r.. jn Soutr: Rend Thursday. i June in the orfice of Hueh Duni- 'You-are makinc it er hard fr i h0o. 2 J. M . S. l-'.nldinz. H will me, ,far." Jack s voie he'd a re- ; rt. r,v to famine mf-n who wish proa n inai -iuris rr.-. iu mii jn oiunteer for tank service. I must not see you azaln. "And. Marcaret," his oie sounded a sterner, alnv't a f.itter rote, "try to forzet me ahozethcr." Him Mrs. stowart llcljinl. "I nerer can do that. Jack." I a ns". er-d treriiuiiusly . "F.rtter . ie,tr; bette- so." be said zrae. " Yo'ir future ; with your husband. He loes ou madly. deotedh V-'u mu.-t do noihinz that will disturb your happiness." My brain was so ruled with the imace of J a k s ;"in: away from nie that I did net rcal'e the sic li;!ir,inip of his words a '.out iMcky. "1 said good-.'y to you an hour azo." the deep voice went on. "You know eery thmz that ; in my heart. If vou eer neMl me. and am ali.e, Mrs. Stewart will lei me know, and I will come ha k to you at once. Now he a brave z,rl once more and wish me luck." "Vou know I wih you ever-. I h m z a 1 that is sood," 1 returned, stt uzzl'.nz wih my sob "Ood-Vy. Jack.' "ood-bv." The der voice held a huskier note, and Jack hunz up j responding the re-eier abruptly, ae if he, too, could bear no more. The moment had come! 1 had a feeliJz which amounted almost to a premonition that never acain would I hear my brother-cousin's vote As T turned from the telephone Mrs Stewart rushed toward me. "Here, quick, sit down." she sa!d. and zmnz to her orrer cupboard was back almost instantly with a tiny z!as of cordial. Somethinz in my face must have alarmed her. for she pressed the mment tin 'lid to mv lin and in- sisted that 1 drain even- drop of it.KM'v-r has authored th extension 1 wa too numb with the emotions, h- wile's drive until 12 op1pk Courtesy e r v l c c WAR SAVINGS DRIVE CONTINUED TO JUNE 5 BY STATE DIRECTOR The War Savinfrs drive continues w.th renewed enerjry since the meeting of prominent hu;ness men the Oliver hotel yesterday. Ail who ran do so are aked TO sun- scrihe the maximum amount, fl.no. and reports indicate that many are One solicitor alone to- j day secured J :.onfi. Mesrult of the canvass in the bus i ncv; sec tion yestercay were verv encourazin?. over J". " was r j ported to headquarters. fchoo! children have done far more than ! their share before and durinc the drive The Mue-ssei scnooi nas sun . ribed $.",."42.11 To date, and over half of that amount was secured durir.z this week. Owinz to the heavy rain of this vvk and the difficulties in enndut mc the Thrift stamp campaicn in Indiana. State Rirector Joseph P. 's. v to Athletic Underwear Cool as a cucumivr and as comfortable as can be. Made of nainsooks and dimities. 59c, 75c, $1 and more T New 1 Shirts $1.35 Vesserie! New Shirts at 51. that are 'vonderiullv Regular 75c Colonel Golf Balls Saturday 60 each $7doz. Bathing Suits Brand new stock! Nothing carried over from last year. Prett - color combinations. Fine materials. Priced 51.15 to 55.50 and thev are worth more. to have you I thi reallv I e vou n po away like this! the end? Am I not t once frior?" Is that had racked me to resist her. 1 drank what she cave me. hokinz a little at fts strentrth. and then with closed eye wearily retpd my head atrainst the chai" back. I felt mv old friend's hrd lizhtly on Wednesdav evenirz. .Tune t. No tification of the drive has been sent to worker?. TIIF FACTORY STANDING TO MAY arrn all committee chairmen and to'trokmz my hair, and her Never in all my partinrs with my so zrief- hrother-cousm had I felt CTA.-M 0 . A . . .A U.'. . 1 . . j i 4V nrn. ' i 'i..r7"-. i u. i-s n y u'ie to tne fact that he win com? acros the ocean to join th V o i c e murmurinz words of which 1 could .K -i r ftcieiftml ono P.llt C I I 1 I 1 ' I ( l 'lit ' t 1 T I . 1 1 f - - . there was one word whih I cauzht more than onc. "Flind! blind'" 'ne said mo im- P'rench I fully, and 'hen "poor. Mind child." Trinity M. K. Red Cros? auxiliary. No. M, met Friday afternoon at the home of Mre. Tecumseh Kilzore. 11 "ottaze Grove av This meet lnz marked the nnal eesjon for the auxiliary on the old scale of work, all the zarment on hand beinz completed at thts iime. Hereafter the auxiliary will meet at head quarter each Friday. PERSONAL y DEATHS ciiaisij;s vrtvnrt. Charles Warner. Sfi years old. died FOI.IWS: To Pate 1 SitutrT Mnttro J AlOOf. ! O'irer PhlHed T. Yk.. 47 ffi'y' i n Mfz Co "Jraf I.en. Torp S P. Spark Arrester Co . S n ftrVen v Campbell Paper Pox Co Sinzer Mftr 'o Fabric Roll Protector .. V P Bows her Co O'Brien Yarn is h Oo Mtllmore Corp Ir.11.in;i Ln nber Co U HenrT-fi;i!ioii(ie M f le Mere rjns Co ? B Ltre Works... .ti"!k A'-tten Iznition Fcidenour Garnient Co s; B Tor Works Ask to See the New Hose at 29c With linen heel and toes. An exception ally ood hose for men at this low price. Ii .1 II - Announcements The Business. "Women s Bible das w ill rnjoy a picnic at Potta w atorr.ie park next Tuesday nizht at o clock. Mrs Pcna White. ,"e p.attell st.. will entertain members of the Siler Pleasure club Tuesday after noon. Members of the Philathea -Iii. of Westminster church will meet Mondav evmrz at the home of the Micvr Fthel and Pora Zeitler. Z Sancomb av. Fl OR CRT HI. Ol IOIM.K, NO. 21S. I. O. O. F. All members of Kobrt Rlum lodze are requested to meet at the'.r hall Sun. lav. jun :. at li.io p rn.. to attend the funeral of Rro "ha s Pa Hi. -on. A LOT.! Hr.NN N C. t; I. A NO. Ser Adv S';.l P. i n Try NEWS-TIMES WANT AD At Wheclock'?. Serzt. Clarence m. Rurner has r- ! turned to Corpus Christi. Texas. after spendmz a ten day furioush ""Uh friends and relatives here. Roy H. Ackermn. a member of H 'ompa.ii, lljnd infantry, for merb stationed at Camp l-zar. Houston. Texa5, has arrived in France accordinz to word received j b In parents. .Mr. and Mrs. Cert Ackerman. 701 N. St. Louis bbd. ! Pvt. Georze l. Wile of Camp (Laurel. Md., i spendinz a rie day" j furlough with his parents, Mr. and j Mr F. M. Hamilton. N. ..tt I St. j Ralph J. Keltner, who has been tsitirz with his parents. !r. and Mrs. Charl's Keltner, 71. Inland jav.. returned to the Great Kakes Naval Traininz station thi mornin-. Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Goceker have arrived from Camp Sh"Jby, Mis-s, to spend Mr. Goceker's 1-dav furlouzh at the home of Mr. and Mrs S. SV.hafer. 12 Lmio'.n way W.. ard Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Goceker of Goshen. Mi.- Mary Ijouue Prew. .s s. Tranklin St.. is spendmz a w-ek in iCiucazo with friends Mis-s Planche Harri.-on adelphla is the guest of Mr Samiel Gutstein. Washington av . Mr. Kmma Harnnzton. 17 Stull st.. has eturnei from a trip to. I nd:a na po i where she has intro duced her music ssteni m a number, of In.lianapo'.i. schools , Mrs M M. TMnan. 1 5 N. Mich- . lied to Pe-roit ' ' 1 1 u i 1 1 n e s o f Mi. Pauline' Fridai afternoon at the countv ho-' l , ,, , , ' ... Henry Fx kler Mfz A pital of old aze and znerat debi'ity. j non Bre Mr. Warner was born in Yorkshire. Blake Peooratinsr Co... . . . i ioii S R (Tamirt 0 and c.anie here in from 1-ansinz. Mich He :a vived bv two ors, Jol;n T liam J. Warner of I.ar.emz. 131 su r- FUNERALS iiiTt Af;i:s sT.nvr:u. Funeral servnees for 1-aura A;nf Starner will be held Sunday at Z p m. at the residente. 42 Sommer st. Rev. Guv H. Blatk will officiate Burial will be in Bremen cemetery. 1 2fl v rro 100. 1.7 'ie..V .va on i.ti:v.v. Tl - .V 4SIV7:; .vr. 1" T's; 1 1 Oo i.soonn 17 is 1..V2S nil .Wino AW. 1 42." 1 J iY "r T2.7 .V on " 7'. CS.-.S.-, Ave I 7 1 4 1'j OS 17 11 1 7 üs i: v. lull r b. K "1 C p. ; 7' T Iii '",71 j 6 no 1 77 4 7 1 4 K rT Tub IBfUGHTzsT S&orfji town i3 BOARD OF REVIEW GOES INTO SESSION MONDAY Fnd Mill. of Phil Mr. and 14 15 W. At Whcclock's A New r i c t o r Record lun .should Iv in Evcrv Lova! American Home "GOD BE WITH OUR BOYS TONIGHT' Sun; by .lohn McCormack Victor Record No. 64773 $1.00. The nz that John MjCormnek has boon sin?- trom coast to coast, tor the Liberty Loan and Red Cros drives. This Record and the other Neu Victor Records for June as ad ertised on pa;e Arc on Sale Todny conic and hear them, George H. Wheelock 6c Company Victor Products L:clusivelv. izan t.. hac been a on account of the -e he" zra ndda uzhter. K e-n Mrs r c Stallcup and dauzh'r. SEALED VERDICT IN S25.000 LAW SUIT TO BE REPORTED MONDAY After three weeks of trial, the rse of Frank K. Osborne. Laporte attorney, azamst th estate of the late John W. Ridzt'way. Iat of Im porte county, for the collection of yj.'.nnn allezed due a, attornevs fees for -erv ices in settlinz th- es tate, and whith was venued from the Importe countv circuit court to the St. Joseph eo-jntv circuit "urt. vvas criven into the hand of the .inn it 4: If o'clock Fridav afternoon and i sealed verdict way returned five hours later and the lurv dimissed .A no sess;ons of the local circuit court are held cn Saturdav. the verdict will not be reported to fh court until the oper.tnz of court Mr,nra monins. Argument in the case onsmed all of Fridav. Srpheron I In-sn r.r- and Wil-(Geo Cutter Co Acme Mir n Starr Mills S R. Motor Co Jol-in Haberl "nirdscll Mfz Co Buzrrun Mait. Ranze Co Strjdebaker Corp n.lTna I-rtoortmz Cn. . . Weber Candy Co F.nrnoil Fnzine Co S r. Gear O Shidler Pro Keoiallville Mfz Co ! Yink"!er-GimTn Malleable Stl Ranze Co ! Stephenson Mfz Co i Muessel Rrewinz Co i rulrop-Harwood r.ra.. Wrn S Maurer & Co. Chilled Plow R billed Plow Co.. Ton! SWS 11 2TV" r WrsiO tor, Z v;n r.s jt 1 V. i". söon 17.T1 141 2a K" i t FV7.". o i' . . i -4:: M ' r, o-j J ' -.'Js 2.2i 2 1 2 t? 2 b' 2 12 1 7 1 75 i r: 1 Tj 129 1 21 1 2T. 111 7 71 The, st. Jo-cph ceiinty board of review will zo into annual session for "0 days next Monday mornine at the court house. The body meets for the purpose of equalir-ine tw.ves. HEAVY AIR ATTACK ON ZEEBRUGGE FRIDAY icvcr.il ft LSL6: AMSRRDAM, June 1 . A lonz heavy aerial bombardment war made on Zeenruz-" Thursday nizht. and at about 1 o'clock Friday morn inz there was a tremendous crash. Flame. aro.e hizh in the air and it is supposed that a powder maz arine exploded. accordinz to a Flush lr.sr dispatch to the TVle;rraaf. M .-H Sot i ? Mi . - i . . ! --J V Ml Ctrm tCim''- V Ss,V IfTTTB'. - $5.00 for $4.16 The br?t thing aboot War Savinp Stamps is, that while yon axe he lp ing your country by lending th money, you arc helping yovrztlf. Start .your Thrift Card todar a fc!!l?7li 25c stamp will d3 it. Yerrven flothms in 'i- d xr, ' era. r of Auburn, formerlv of th's city, spent Friday her iitinz tri mis EXPECT A U. S. ORDER COMMANDEERING COTTON HEALTH BOARD TELLS PUBLIC TO BEWARE i ns-.i:i' a nnmi er of ritcei; have rer tncked bv unscrupulous soa enzers. the i.o.-rd of health of , "h Mtv has '.Nsued a statement to lie. '-rarninr aza;nst thc.-e The men . "No one n--' tn uniforni ie.t to order th , Ip.min; of rr .-essp.-o'.s. or the removal of other :ran:tary conditions.." read" the no. rice. ? author- l n v i c Intern.ition.il en Servr-p; WASHINGTON. June t. An or der virtually com ma n d erin z the en Tire cotton output of the country is moni en t a n ' v- epo-te.1 i-y men in the otton industry it w a s learned her toc.ay. Member, of the war mdus tre board refused to denv- that such a ?ep was contemplated, and t wa. ividn' that the eVtenive cotton nee'l5 f t'r zf Tnnnt a".d The allies had p.roduce-d a sotiia n-n that wa.s acute and whirh could be reliev ed m'nt. onlv lv a drastic move. TO GIVE REPORT ON BOUND TO GRAND JURY ON BURGLARY CHARGE STATE CONVENTION Her, r rv's. found of aMernptmz to 'irsl.i n-. ws o.-iijTjfl proba My commit ov p r to the DISMISS CLASSES AT UNIVERSITY EARLIER TO MISS RAISE IN FARES -"lasses in all college department? at Notre Fame university will be j dismissed for the scholastic y ear on ; Saturday. June S. instead of June 2 as orzinally scheduled, it was announced hy Pr. John Cavanauzh. presideit of the university. Since ;the r.pw law requrinz an inrreap In pasenzer rates which zoes into effect on June in. was nnnoiimed. the tudents from the western and eastern states- circulated a petition rquAtinz for an earlier dismissal. After due consideration the fac ulty decided in favor of the petition , and the nnal examinations will be ,ziven on June 7 and The ron- : mencement propram will be held bjinn;riK June s a previously an- r.ounced. i 1 66 SOUTH BEND MEN ! JOIN NAVY DURING MAY A total of men. l of whom score from South P-nd. were en lis'erl :n the navy d'ir'.nz the month of Mav at the local recruitinz oftice. The followmz 1' men were tent from the local recruitinz office Saturdav- morning: Howard C Plohm. - - a k st. ; Joseph Mc'af'er . Tl1 F.. Mirer st.: John Price, ft(i N"-.-th av. : Jlarrv i Preston. Ind:a:iapn',i; n.iymr'nd Krull. Three p:ver. Mih : Pk.a ni'n1 si hu bp el. Nw York , FIu- ; p r e Heidelman. rt;:hmond. Ind.: W.l!nm "onway. Hollyhock. Ma . .Wpph Po.entht". P.'lit. Wi ; Jo seph 1a z Pi' hmn i. I"d.: Georze CADET AVIATOR IS KILLED WHEN PLANE TAKES NOSE DRIVE REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS From JKrrrln of Iorftaj TltU cd rxtita Ox A nt n A 1 of the T P. A -i.ee t-on-1 at F.varsv.Ke. '.-4. be zicn bv. ih" de.ezar es at the lur rr.oetirz of Po-t K T. P. A.. eviv. r. :n the Olnor h-tei. i ; oourr zran' J i d z e r.y o n - national de!.',tt:'ti li j:s will re :n- meetinz. th" de'e- zates- i.eir.z liollo I'aze -ni c'harics a. io:;. I V;.iif o the to be hei.i at S sfuctvl a: tr. ! G.lnier 'o i ;tv . o-;rt S-'iturdav :nz. F'on ! was ried at 2. Thre t r.arzf of venue wer ask ed for b attorney Saturday morn irz. "la re !. Fliiott and Ja nie Weaver . harzed with liquor viola tion, and Kdward N'owak. charged wi'h Jife .Vto'iinn. claimed Gilmer be "t.-ae 1 and prejudiced." Sullivan But', Monv. Kcarada. Mich . : W Hern don. Kas nisARM oupva rt im a cr.. RKRNK. June :. The Germar. have completed the disarmir.z of the population of rdea. Thous.ind of ' r:a ar.d machine zun were se'7k,i . fr '"rr. the Russian. i war learned I today. MONTGOMERY. Ala., June t.. Georze H. IjaCojke 24 year? old cadet f.v-iator. was killed at Taylor field Friday afternoon. when his plane went into a nose d:vc. The plane fell about 2r. foot. Tin;i:r, nivoRn giian-tttt The foilowinz three q orce de rrro. were zran'ed in the .upertr court Fridav: Minnie Lent of M;sh awaka from Char'e. l.c-nt on zrounds of habitual linnkonp-1; Mary Iokers from Charles l-kn-on zroinds f extreme f rjpltv. maiden name of Mary Ry haert re stored: Frna Good from Otto (rood on zro ind of cruel tv and refusal to upport. plamtifTs maiden name of Prmi Strom restored. VANT.IIA. Mav Mr FJlen Fllory wac called to Jone bv the death of her brother-in-law. Pmery nriproll Mr. Freer and daughter of Ca.--opoli wer Mondav isi'-o" th V azner home. Mrs P.ertha Mitch-ll of S"imrr.ir- . wti a visitor at the Itoe l.inp home. Mr W. I. Croshv of Ca.cpolis :irefj a? the ren:son home Wed nesday evenir.sr .t r. Hntrier ard friends of tiha- vaka were fish'.nz here on the Uk Saturday and Sunday. Fthe; F.nzlish i here from Cin cinnati 'or a viir with her paren.-s porot'n Shtt-'lv rT-jrned to her home at Wer Pullman P Pollir.cer cut from '"hi- rgn fn a few days' stv at his coj- ! e C e Me-dime? Hirvo ird Talbert of ,Vr, were ji Vandalia Wednesdav. Mr. "lara Fau'Vper and da :zher of We- Pullm-in are vusitirz r!i t i' e here riir'pnn T Pows.her to Ed N'edrio. lot Rierirle Terrae-, J 1 4 1 ! cMr Webster to FVr Paer. wer ope. half lot P Perkins addition. ' Country "luh Holdmc . to 'Thomas M. Hopan. io 7 Fairwiy su b-divi?.ion. 1 1 Franz Na'.'-uh: and wife to T.V-.l-l:am C. Joers and wife part cf 'o t. S"rin's 1st addition, tl. Ferdinand Nabi-h' 'o s.-.me v.t 11 and I, propose r.!.t of lv.'. Vnrrincr' 2nd addrtion. II. Christiana Kymdmt tr ta, 11 Pitter. tru-tre, ',ot i. r O P. s'o-j'h Bend. J10 Marv V.. Hitter. tru.-!ce to Ch-- tjana Kleir.dinn 'or o P. Souih , Pepd 11. Wickrr Ponduran Co. to r-"-cd W Mueller-. o! 2n.' -lid p!it S i t h Ka.t add:t.on. J.'('r Marv J. St;deb-iWer al ex - orators to ;eorze P arc? v k o wsk : and wife, lot :-. 1 Srtj de taker's nb dMision. ?72.:. John S Hazey ard wife o Xar Hazev. lo- : Clapp's sub-d:vs:or. Jl Cam el Nt e -;'op a ere nd wife to Rudolph I -a Pee-e and wife part o' .ot 7 1 Mi-tne-n 2 d addition. ." Mark I. R":r.r:f and wife potr Wvrem t--ews k i ard wtf-. ; 1 r;f!T' and c-4-nr "-'.or-; on o - Jr.d addition. II. Total transfer'- for- M.v Jl7- 4 .' , ."' kaiserTakesrlissian FORT AND FORTIFIES IT J.P.HcGILLCO. The Hou; that qmlity built" EYES EX AM 1X4 ED HT H. LEFrlONTREE. ftovlh IVnrf'a Ivwjlnr OpiArafrfcri rj VMsfvtan n r OptJriMA. 122 H fOlTII MICHIGAN HT. IImm PIwa IW2 n-r-T Ail Grmtrert Tinratrw tn Trrwu Economy Cloak DcpL Economy Dept. Second lloor. 210-21 1 Ps MVctiV IT8Ä. Otcr Geo. Kraft Cr 5 und if) Oti Strv HARRY LYERRICi F--.l ham r?o rcu motob rxinrKuyT IVi.lv Advertisers can sell for less profit froi volume. lANTf'N'. June 1 - Tne Nta.'s , ipr correronder.' c.r's that accordinz tc the Pe r oh d newspaper Pra o. the i;-rir,.' '"..'' o;red H'y fortiried some of "he forts at Kronstadt. GIKT- TO I HI IXflM WORK. l,OS A'.VG F.I.KS . .1-jre ? An sr'ri of h. zl. s. hoo' z.-t of th: c.tv rave volunteered to harvet crops and wi'.' be rr' fo o.all ov- the TtVoT.an' !-tDd Arm;' of American after June 21. w hn tne 'oca' .hoo;s e!-e Ry t h t Time he h'.zh -ohoo' farmerette ex-pe: t hae at ie-a l.TtOO in th.r rank Ship Your Soldier Friends igk. n.i;iis wn I Hi 14 f ... '-.. Cam! c.z ,'- . . I"-c kz. J . c.-; i.'J'Kv sri e (.urcc. j;;4. j.z. ? 1 ' "-, a- C :'.-- 1 c pi, - I " i fA rt-"" f'at.rr a ":.'., r: rs 1 W pkc l s .-1't-r. : z " s : 2 . M 1 Engel's Ciar Store, I'M v ll.llz.n t.