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DESCRIBES BURIAL
OF BOLSHEVIKI VICTIMS
n
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
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y?? -jjt v- v ic-3$ 4:
1
; Losses Incidental to the Ger
j man Drive on Western
i Front Make a Large
! Fund Imperative.
! AMSTKPwI'AM. Jv.nr 4. M
J Hlrtr k -a are J?.'. fihcd t-y H lrr.ont
! rf.or.(!nt :n I'krftir.f. Many r ift
:o. !4fs ur noiTir-ly rn 'U'. la T and
i i n inTKi.' anu f
the r-o!shjki at Km pa t"ru. i'rjniea.
j The were .nten(t-d dath.
; 'aken out into the Hiack in
r'AB a-rd criTPd in a manner r-
n" 1 n -
SKW V('RK. .Tun 4. L ?s-5 :n-
jiid'r.trtl to the German p'Jsh or. 'h
i western front h?ve rr.aJe it Impera
e iha.r more than J 10,00. 'i'11) be
; .u'r,-'j ;r..I il u rinsr the romins am-
fo- f'ir.. with 'Ahich t
HXT'V
1 i '."nT M "" iiH I
Cents W--;
rmT!
Ji
we all Mke
MelmaFo
I ma int a in V. M . t.. A . war a 1
annual meeting of the asCx;anon'M
Aar "oun'il was told here today by
Dr. John Ii. Mott. general ?ecretar.
ho returned from France reent!y.
The a sot. Ut ion has approprUted
a half million .lol'.ar with "hich to
rep'.are th i liuts and dugout. lost
by the F.riU.-h in P'landrrs and Pi
cur.iy d'jrins; the recent Hun drive.
Within the la?t week more than
of these recreation enters back of
the French lines hae fallen into
en my h.inds. Dr. Mott declared.
These also must le replaced.
Fee'irins: an adequate supply of
" man power" i a matter q'lite as
vital to the associations work a; ä
well supplied treasury, tiie secre
tary said. It i? planned that ex
pansion of the association's work
may be kept pate with the develop
ment of the .'.rmy anil navy, and to
do this it -will be necessary to fans
port oersea. by September 4,000
additional workers. l."00 of whom
houid be women, he added. FInoush
men will be lecruited eventually, it
: hoped, to allot one secretary to
each r,"f fihtinar men. Dr. Mott
stated. Workers now are being' en-
i rolled at the rate of l.flQo monthly.
Reports submitte.d during the
meeting showed that 115.135,500
ciscarets: 1.200,000 testaments; 1,
OOO.OOo feet of motion picture film;
3SO,000,OOrt sheets of stationery; 2,
040, 0C i' pa kaifes of chewing- gum;
9.&13.000 cigars; 30,000.000 cans of
preserved fruit; and 21.000 phono
graph record, together with tons of
hasebalhs, footballs and other ath
letic paraphernalia, have been ent
a broa d.
The rinancial statement announced
that the collected subscriptions from
the two drives made last year
amounted on March 31 to $37.377,
Of the overseas expenditures
of $10.168.710, the :arest item was
that of $8. 600. 702 on the work "with
the American expeditionary forces
in England and France.
rallinc the horror? i
rol'itifn. On woman
I Njemttz. a member of th
viki committee, was arres'ed y,-: the
German". Whenever the death sen
tence seamed to han lr. the balance
xh caet the dldir.e re with a
shout, "The revoi:itir. m,!
blood."
Th correspondent tells of a Ft':.--sian
lieutenant who. after th-e
years of hard ca mpa inir.R. stood
In the front of the ruin. of h.s
tarental home waitmc for
waes to cast sir the bodies f
father and mother.
the
Iiis
T NAMES
OP ALL IDLERS
Renualtions Affecting Men
Who Do Not Work
Issued.
Boche Continues
to Throw Bombs
On Hospitals
imbor. mill work, hardware, p.iint V
riil tccptii ni'ioiiry m iterial. ly
' BUYS THIS 4-R00M FRAME HOUSE
"ALREADY CUT" AND FITTED
y-sy nnd !h-r mitcri
& SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS .
J To th'ice h i
..... i i
11 ( .ll-ir I ' : J
-a !n.).l cmn pa-W-i
rv-rt f..r p.rt.'.
niflTii ril ii y y .
1 . k u t- helpf '
y. budd your
V7j home.
"WASHINGTON. June 4 Rules j
for the en fort erneut of Provost Mar- j
shal Gen. Crowder's "work or tiprht" I
regulations, announce-! Monday, all j
m all citizens to report to the near
est local draft board names of men I
within draft ape who are habitually)
idl" or who are employed non- J
trodueth ely. J
I'ach Uxal iord i created into
what will be practi.ally a court to'
sit probably weekly to divide such ;
cases as may he brought i-efore it. j
Upon a case t.eini; presented the
toard will sf;re a notice on the!
registrant of not less than three (
days nor more than s-veri days, di-
lectin him to present such ei-,
dence a.s he may care to submit. j
In every case the board must
send the complete record to the dis- j
trict oard for approval even if the I
decision is in favor of a man. Ifj
the district board approves the i
rir.dlngä adverse to a registrant he ;
will be slven notic and if any va- '.
cancie.s exist will y.e s-nt immedi- ;
ately to camp or placed at th top j
of the list of those next to tro. 1
An appeal to the president may
bs made only in the event of a dis
senting vote in the district hoard
and with recommendation of the
appeal asrent or adjutant general.
WITH TUK AMERICAN ARMY
IN Pit 'A KDV, June 4. The Amer
icans Monday night aided the
r:-mh for the first time in man
ning anti-aircraft puns In villages
in Pic?rdy and kept up a terrlf.c
barrage when enemy aircraft again
j attempted to bomb hospitals and
j peaceful homes of civilians. One
I German airplane is reported to have
i tcen broupht down In the rear of
tl.e. American lines.
P.omb were dropped again r.ear
several hospitals. The enemy con
tinued to shell villa ires In whU:h
Am'-icin sick and wounded were
lymc.
The enemy nrtil'.ery and machine
tuns are active around v'antlgny
but all efforts to capture the vil
lage hae been frustrated.
An enemy patrol was fired on
early this morning by an American
patrol One German was killed
and the body brought in. The
American artillery continued to
har.is.-- the enemy; a f.re was ob
served in Montdidier.
1'ncmv aircraft hae been par
ticularly active in this sector. They
have done no military damage, but
continue nightly raids on illases
i behind the lins. tombinc promis-
C'.jously. Portunately, most of the
fomi's nave dropped in heids.
Fi
TO HOLD CONFERENCE
OF CLUB SUMERVIS0RS
LAJi-'AYETTK. Ind.. June 4 . A
conference of boys and girls' ciuoj
supervisors will be held at Purdue j
university June 5. and 7, it was :
announced Monday. Men and wom-1
en In charge of the club work will j
be here from every county in thej
state. Besides addreH0 bv th j
agricultural leaders at the univers
ity, county agents, the supervisors
and others, Dean .Stanley 1 1. Coul
ter of Purdue; J. A. Unke, federal
nt for Mprlruituml (education- I
a ,
O. Colllcott, tat? director of or.i- j
uunai euuv-auuii, yjux i. iiai, .ia"
hattan. Kan., state leader of club
wo.k In Kansas, and Miss Gertrude
Warren of Washington, in charge
of girls' canning club work, will be
on the program. The conference
will close Friday with the business
session of the Indiana vocational
agricultural teachers' association.
The schools of Franklin are or
ganized into war savings pooieti
v,hich will continue to meet dur
ing the summer vacation. The in
vestments of S'.hool teachers and
pupils of Franklin in Thrift ind
War Savings ?tamp amounts to
several thousand dollars.
OPPOSITION DEVELOPS
TO PROHIBITION RIDER
The WnfiiJ
' r-: Mxiri t.
ak vol Ksixr this orrTio
Io 1 have a hard time keeping the
i.$i.cco.oo... One-Half
IY X 0 S 3 ' . -.--.' .1 1-11-
..1 !? NQ;
1 1 ii I i r .
in ...-d -.
1 wolf from the door" Isn't it a fact
I tr.at Tn wo,; win get tne nener or
me unUss 1 bar the door with a sav
i intrs fun.! account? There only
I on: answeropen an account riht
away, r.efore it is too late, build
; upon it regularly and s s: emn t ;ca I !y.
ar:d later in lif-3 en;ay all the bene
' c.t offered by such an account. Do
' ;t as mn as possible, as delays are
i often dangerous. Farmer' Tru-t
I Co. Adv.
WASHINGTON, June 4. Opposi
tion from "dry" as well as "wl"
champions is developing in the sen
ate to the prohibition rider attach
ed by the houe to the J M .00C.r 00
emergency apruultura; appropria
tion b;l! which would prevent ex
penditure of aiKiUt S ",ö"K't.,'"io unless
Pres't Wilson exercises his power
under the food contr"! act. to pro-
beer
I hib:t use of grains in tuakir.
I
and li?ht wunes during the war. A
j a liKstit ite prohil'-iiion a d v ocies
! fav or an a men i inni p: ojx-.e I hv !
to f.a tly J
for ma k - ,
.i nv kind dun ni; .
Sen. ."r. e.s of Washing: or,
forbid the u of foodstuffs
'1 !-,-n,.rdof ia'yvVvi
l-cn l i:.!t frc-m J - 1 v-..vV -
Our e II i n z rr--
) i-.f I rrn rr n! i
AH mtfrit pjfi'itfl
r h tricflv firt cl'.
brand n r w nd prfr.t!y
trunufacturrd.
v C 1,1 Honor lull
V '.rJ- "'' '- ' V MoxJern Hornet
' II It 1 I . I .
j We hav everything in the farm
i Implement line Before you buy
i come in and look over our stock.
; You'll not only save time but money,
j for our prices are right down where
1 you like to hr thm. No trouble to
; ehow or irmrnMrat our goods
Ccme and talk It over. Llndahl
Eros.. 115-pi; 3 Michigan it.
Advt.
. r mtoxK
th1 war.
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OOOSI
Sale
1
1 1
When This Shipment is Gone, No More at This Price
The women who came to the opening of our Hooier Clearance Saturday wril long remember this enthusiastic
sale.
THIS SALE is different from all previous Hoosier Sales. You get a Hoosier at a low price and for only $1 down
you get $3 worth of food free and you have a chance to get your Hoosier Free.
No Hoosier orders accepted by telephone. Come to the store to make your selection.
imwMziM fey
fefl PEAsflli IIU. fTRAND-Mfl's'
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sir cSM
MACARONI J
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vr V--': :-V
Lane ßr
.Ami . . j
7 Yrt;
ou; fo Secure
this Food
Absolutely
FREE!
PAY ONLY $1 CASH on
the Hoosier you like best,
and with yocrr Cabinet we
send you the following
articles free:
I i-nn lKrriinti4' THiinffr
I tn I iiirl CitT itrti
1 sn llWIi tu"4. Pra.s
I 3ii Fs"rd NM-tijv.
I -:ui ( ii.f nplxnll Soup
I f.111 Kiw:tinri MhiKin
1 pkjr. (inmdma Spnchcnj
1 fxn foitim Hale Sw(v
Pf!aloT,
1 tirrttb' lo 0 r t . I It4.l
1 "n iiti K I PirM .ipj4e.
I pk:. viin Nfaid S!".
ILtisirtn
1 pxktr. (,rani1in,i I :i 1 r- t i i
t houl' N"i. n vciifTy Oli.-.
1 iui IIa lk Puifipkiii
I pkt. Maimn' PjwK-.kf
1 1ur
Mail Coupon Now to Eni
:er
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contest
How to Secure a Hoosier Free
e have viecided to let
Best Kitchen Cab-
1
t ilor c.me arui
To make this Hoosier Sale more interesting than all former sales, -x
the ladies make it s3.
To the ladv who writes the best article on "Why Are Hoosiers the
inets?" will he given a Hoosier like the illustration above.
This Hoosier will be on display (ever, dav or the sale) upon our tir
learn all about it, then write your story.
Fill in coupon below and mail not later than June 5 your stnry mu: be in bv June 1
THE JUDGES WILL DECIDE WHO HAS WRITTEN THE BEST ARTICLE
The judges are:
Miss Ada Hillier. Domestic Science Instructor at Hih School.
Mr. Frank I:by. County Food CommiNsioner.
Dr. H. H. Yitou. Citv Food Commissioner.
The 'A'inner's name and address will re pubiihed in mir advertisement in the
on the day previous to the closing of the sale.
sale closes when the r4 Hoosier:; are sold.
nily paper-
1 -A'ish t enter :he flnr.s.L-r
Cin:eNt. n in re-
tiXiay
luv"k
i I h .
a inv
i n n e .
nv
m.t
tT'
Name
jdre:
1 )o von n '" ' ' ; i' i
(An -wer
Mail Tis to Hellers
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Our endeavor alvways hA-i
te.t and alway Ul be to
rive the T P Sl'llVIOIl
Th: i n. i ulei risht treatment,
rieht 'jual.t an1 ri;rht prices.
v
Wau i i Vtfl mmttm d ' Km nwrnib
1 iV 1 1
J. '..1
Aitt
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Alaska Refrigerators
M'-t complice di-pi v:
Hu; in Snth Herd.
Karpen Furniture
low a.i rent er.al ! i-z
to ovrn your own Inrne with
out a I i; outlay ,f !:..": y.
SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO.
CHICAGO
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RCEEL'CK AVO CO . CHICACO
KJfm Hm t'rprtfat '.
I .iii !'-ArrCl n yrnir vt-r time pTTnrt
I-roniMlin n M..!.-ru H-m- ant fil.l think
t-3 -r t "." f 'i Jir: I illir. (f,j.-ft'icr Ith
a opy ff " licsi-T I'ut' M.Kirrn 11 otn.-j .No. ii',"-
N vrrse
' ri rf
IL1.D..V
IITT MICIITr no IT.
If ycjr amorr.nt 11 neeti trim
ming let Archie io It. He knows
how. He is up on all branch !
trimmtnjr Takinj? out dnt in holy
or fendem. Recovfnn? top, rr.ak
Inc new tops. ho- cover. Placing
rew Usbtii In your autom-M!e cur-
lain, etc Arcnie. in Aiiin irim;ne ratent?d
mr. Formerly with Colfax Mis. .carrot com
1 -ai n; i 1 1 e
Co. Now t :i:
Cell rhor. 4?(M.
5io'ith
Main et.
Advt.
AI.fi IN ONF.
With the Frur.wiek. Tou rv. e- ;
Joy th TorH'? be?t muJc hecaus FACTORT PITKTS.
The nninffx!cü ffsine-i to play! Have your tlref repaired by fao-"tette-'
11 record of all maker i tory expert. VTe ai'(olutely ruar
Tve adaptability of The Rrunwick j ante our repair work to iant the
to all records Is one of U special; life of your tir. Our mice c&r 1?
feature-s. Any needl may b ued. : at vour dipoRal. Fe air. free eer
ir.c'uiir.p jewfl point, saphire ball. vice. Come and let ui show you
teel. etc. All without extra cost. ( that free service rt-aliy 1 SkifT't
EK mortntte.l at Smith ,t Wher- j t Pbonea. Home IW11 11).
The roret Shop, 110 S Main st..
a.'ize ir. th proper nttini; fn
ootspt; he cor?! vrrtn
nti!o.c,. If you
to o'ir shop for a ht-
t'n. we -:U l.e U-l to tit -oi in
vo'ir own home. r:r r trt. g:y
he r-e-rt at.sfa'tior.. ard wp ar
'ir of o;r future patrorjaffe. when
onp vT hi vp become a T..r'a mille
5.er,rr. Io?h phor.e. Adv.
jacreae itjer-gth of cti-eate, cerrou$.
rundown reP:! ? wef'.s' tirr in
r.iny icitistft. It ti u$r! ard fn-
?orje4 by ich rna a Hoa. L5'.ie M.
5hw. l5nr.r Sr'arr cf tb 7ravjry
Jn Lx-GoTeracr of I;a: F'r.r.?r Ur.fJ
rtftt'
Adv. j 11 rr Serv
! - Adu
42 S Ml.hiAU
Tradln j with advertisers
means more for Je cash.
w .-s
he
r C-
ui ! d r n
h .- r ; h .
i h t
: h " I -i
r h -e l
a mo nt
sKins thai shcx'kf:d.
When you go to the trouble of
making a vegetable cardan you very
caturally expect satisfactory repult.
Goo.l ee.lM ar the Important factor
In e.4rJeu planting We Navr baidy
eg-tt-le "-ri2 if reiy eiJirt,
suitable fur this partb-ubtr Ui,,av..
Also flower jnd r.ld sf-ej The
Weplev Miller Hour nd Fee.1 Co..
i 4?a s. Michigan. Phore: Home
tAte ria'or
Lr.ey
cf Deliware t rrrjrr.t J.Xicr of the
I. S. Array: Ctr rtl John L. O-n (X
:rd) the ?rvrr.rrr bcr cf Si. Ich, Si
ai rgtint in xte
U. S. Arrr.y -wn-n
IS yti-a cf u; a. so I. rr.e-i tat'i
ire C W. AV:r.or cf the Court cf
t
Ct-n-i tf "L;rYcn ar. J c'h'fl.
The Latest m
LADIES' WEAR.
T. S. GARLAND & CO.
139 S. Michigan St
GATELTS
at fi. nßcf p.
PATENTS
irJ Trade MwLs ObtAln-d In 8Ü
DL.TSCH. luvtet! Puiect AUy.
SttKletLkr fcldr. fernst
- .yi iuw vvwKiug
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Advertisers make profits from
vol'-ime nrt prices.
Art SLuX"riiv lVXAire hYiuaAjK:.
THE I. W. LOWER
ly fXX i l ATTA' 0JMAJTY
ruth lientl, In!Ux
VtU Pmpr
EVERY SHOE
a Bargain Shoe at
GUARANTEE SHOE
COMPANY
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505; Bell 52.
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