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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
mtttsday Afrmvooy. ArorsT in. A ff t r. i t T -i M ik;. . k n. ' .1 -va . ; : ' g 1 r a p- ! ; i -f ! :gh-e- .- k i . 7 " I n g- r - a i n F I I ' . A . r f e iL. r i 1 ni; id. and J. A. n"'- art-l - t man :i tnpiii?h northern MKhan. ;!! at home aft'T .'''pt.. I, -..:th Hrnd. ' n'J j 1:1 j ijtfi f:end. ' d W ith She was formerly i"ü- I the "i i r i n tc Nurses" a-- " ;at;o.. and also a member of th ' o.ird of health under the K i i -r a d rr.in.t ration. T'rof. Iriuersoll i one of the bfst Known m:iFifi:ins in thv city. a ? ,i h"r of violin at the Fouth Bend ' on - . ! ''a t or v. I The rpfPtine of the M. ). f ch.ih : as h-ld i"nda ntfc-hr at the h'm- ; f JoH.-pnin- Rirker. 1'J7 N. Adams After the husine-s mert.nff j, -1 1 ..ti h.air followed in which the time J v. a- j-perit in Raines anl ronte.sf: . i 5'rie were wop bv Mi.-s B-atn e i.i. kow and Miss Minnie Nelson. I r.inty refresh me nts were served. Ii-s floldi" Yaw key of Mishawaki a'ih a cuett. The next mrtinK' "A'd . . h. Id vVa u' ner V e r -. it the ho nie of JottaKf Grove SOCIAL v i woman with the one I had for the The Vour Married FV-opIe's ed.iss j work in the house and rut the trrin of tile rust Llv a nu In .1 1 hurt h , nintr William in charge of an old was entertained Friday evening atjri.an I had secured to clean up the '); r .?ne of .Mr. and Mr. Snydf r, j ground- and make the garden. W. Man. m ?t. Teit members) j coon found that I had a treasure 'A . re pre.- nt. After the bu.-ine-s jn yr .Tones, who was a typical obi rn tir.j a -orial time was enjoyed. Yankee farmer, a wizened little man The r.eT m.eetin will be Sept. 11 atjW:th chin whiskers. He could only rr. of Mr. v S and . B M "i B. V. -t. A u. c o ' . r t e . to l-.miiv i orr.rton r. , f lllkhart and Mi-. (I ra ;oo, j .v. a :i . ti.Uf'.- will tike place in...-" a i j tli the early fall. Mr?. a aril av- 11. Thoma.r. lej.; Wood- entertatned J4 ucst.-? at ide hTldaj nivht ' . 1 n '. 1 1 T V . . . . 1 1 f i ti.- I loivn quests ere: Mi-s Ann Hur.t n:;!on, Mis.-, Mildtad Burt' 11. Mi.-s Kuehla pauidmg. Mi.-s tilidys Hel Iri'U, M;-s Hf!'n M .1 r ! 1 - -. -u.. Mi-s Helen 1 '..--, M.s- Mai- 1: t c-tihl. Miss !M M'-rrik, ' 'M!i 1 A h Kendri'V. and 1 of i:iU.i:t. Mi -..1 1 K .1. Mi -s Th.- trip Ifi p f, 1 : i . -' u 1 s n it s o t I !'.-"' . 1 r. 1 . e -t- froni mar' nine Illkh-i-l :-...id' T! Ml-S (Il.ldv; h. r 1 e . 1 , s a t b. 1 1 o n 1 .it 1 f iliie.. aft ra r iv . V bi-ret.-. de til-., hotn t, . 1 1 ' e u re TV e T.he 1 : iii' :.! .1 r,t r - e. .s.ii.tli ii: i r.i . Ilr.d K'd '1 o- i . 1 1 'in! in e t : n 1! V j . 1 r ! i r.i . . M . l . c nu 1 c .", I. n r he t he wariiobe of M;.-- a; r e;; lo w ill lea v i a Kol 1 7 1" - ' nermaii. 'hi:li 1 -mv,ers t v r ti a- t i n of the V.'. T. F wi'l b :i b r. p: e- n' ' r a r : 1 h.'bi ,t . : a ' Fe f Mis. A nr. 1 ' 1 v ;-. 7 -j -1 . '. n T v o v k - . 1 1 w - :,! rn e rv. r - a . . 1 ', h e t. M-l.iu c : t h 1 1 'a ! - t w O the W !: ai a r. 1 1 a h '!';' 1 - ( a A e! e : i - - w i r. . t M , c II a- W i a 1 M ' Ma r n . in-: 1 ; . - '1 r aid e d 1 t c o: V! I r 1 M s. Bo-.:-Mrs. i ' -: - , : p M Mi--' .;nc !; i b --rrc' f a ;r h a o .- r . . , . . " . , . d . - ' - i i ' :atd. i .nr. i n ht. " of ' a ; II,: l'i-t a-! a- Mi-' Army r.ove I it.OT.S ' ' . t . ' . i .inn-. : : - . - ti C. M r t e J ' d le light: w r a - v i i . i r e . . a - . a e t ; w:!I t k At Wheelock's At Wheelock's New Victor Records for August 64783 sun; f svv"inN' and n l:, but is in nplace. i 'me in George H. ictur i I Tv TT WW1 rv TT r- REVELATIONS OF A WIFE - . Bj Adele Ginfcoa I : ta r n-i -n o ;r t hou gh t st I" ,i 1 k m in rii.irnf 'A f If. I -h g:.u t h.n g ; ... "1 I I! 1' 1: o ir.-l a ..tt.g.y. . . (1 i re Ti -1 h r . ho e w t i r , . - '. Pr ti r. ; : -1..! not 1 o; r! vi: r a ; : -! r 1 ' cot .1 Int of 1 e -.t xi i r. g 1 . 1 : I sh g -t know i'sejf . , t hi ouch with it. the t n- Th - Ti r 1 1 : i much ''a :i nw r . It t r.i' k 1 v." r ith' i' d-tr. g-ro., r ; '1 n i : a v or.e a : th- h-.t i t :f I I. w ou I ; ( x.ii ' ; ' : i: 'h;.- ii-i;hr.rh'-l into vhi h I 1 h'; 1 :,. r-.j. Th" .ov's n-xt r n s j ! ;;n' h"l rn'.' 'it'-rmi nation. j "V;i-n't that Mr- H'ücii! m I i I "M i Thl -h hnp.J yen '.vmiMn't j P't ;n witn h r. Shi-k an a f al fuiiT'iy ! wom.in. ,ui'l hv t rr-.itr-il my moth'r i.-.'Aful iix.in Sh''- tot an awful irn..m f-rin, tf)' and hi- 1 I ; r - rhrr'. ind fh- !d woman rto- (.all th- vfitk in the ho:;s. and th .iriir untn'in t;f s f work in th 1 ( i t v and ;irn a l:tn. That fell w i nevr ilo .-ttfke of work ! ii.'k the little mi l onc; in a xrent whil . 1 T-. . du!.- ih it'c nnf',1 fiir hin to !.t h;s wit" work? Tin-;, s.iv he s .-: k. 1 -.it ma say -1 he's plain I am very ddi I return- . i as tai tfa'.lv as I could, won't re-d uu today." a n.l But llddi" had tine more shaft in his uuiver. "Siy. there's the funni".-t joKe aiiioit ou folks." he observed. "Von know (Irare Iraper, sb" cam over j a til I H illll''1! II l II i Uli- I "1 - " :nn .irti-f friend of hers. .-"he n-ver said a word about his beins married. n,, ,A, kinda thought it w.t her ;,t.au. and maybe she was iroine to uf.t married and live here herself. An1 then you came alon. Ma says n should think you'd be jealous of f;ra ?0 I)rper. She's an awful pretty K'.ri. I spent three busy days t thn Brenn n place. There was much to be done both inside and outside the hous". After the Mrst day. Kat' Miss Lydiai.ipi not return with me. as my a v.. in two, mother-:n-law needed her in the 'apartment. But I encased another i e me a da v i a- h" was old r two ocr asioTiitlly. and confided to me ibvct to the "theu- I that he w a - - ! muttr ."' Ibit while I wn thre he j ploughed and harrowed and planted i-.e t-ir.len cleared the ruhru-h awav. and made me innumerable fower ted-, keepinc an iron hand f,r tr,o irresponsible William. . 1 11.. 1 . 1 - 1. ... uiifip ''r:n ranuanv laueu as m: was foi-'-ed to do some real work- for hi- day's waus. A riotous and extravagant hour in a 11. v and bulb store re-ul?ed in etting all the flow r favorites I h d b ed m bought the a 1 t-i n- rhi'ilhoftil T ;ikn Hi'ih of all vegetable I k .huI I liked, and 1 few i:d put them in Mr. Jon'.-' hand5?. ire was a v a ri't v of :'e- '..in 1 f Vh'e- .1 . I f 1 1 a c I v lonf.;- ve.-ds which lookei', ' in the seedman's ataloLrj i wiut'h remained unbo;uht. i t- tic fault fif th- salesman, for 1 " n .- : n ! 1 u -! y trid to select 'rr ora . I planned the location a few of the bed and then mn- .. a .tdr : o Mr. .loma the re-t of the work. know in l: that he c. uld f: nih it alter my return to t h e .1 i v Mr lbitl-a t : e n vva - trac'able men the about the kit' hn. sending ror.d .lay to paint it. n t f f rung a t o t un k at i : hel I J a n -el i- a 1 lr;r t he h. 1 l.y.i. .V ' a I ' e 1 aid !"a . V h ad' ; ! : -r ' ah-. 1 ': tor r. :t'a 1 1 I : it ? ta med wuti: - h in h 1 u 1 " r . 1 ; : t I r I Mtlb : Mt Tle v ii of A'.ftxvia. a r: ii m taile a - , 1 Mr I I a ' 1 : . . a 1 a ! 1. ' T-, .1 ! of i;d V ore i.r.i i'in .u:i. win. I .ee per i'-'.'s y 1IV..T 1 . ! d I, K i '. g i: ' V; 1 a I. I : n I' . :bf taii'.es s; ir s nave not i ! 1 . r o a 1 o ; hi i e I try tlii e-. : :. . v Wli Fro a btr f H la A d I o rr. e K1 tri 'i I ! "Kha ki Sarnmy,, a itvi ( i.iiriMM; has all thw a P' pular iuik,tu!ncs ot utterly devoid d the a m- tndav and h-ar tiiese r . 1 1 r 1 Vhcelock & Company Rcco:d i:xchii el . TT TTTv TT O th- r, J of tli" third l'-iY. when I t'.in--l th. in thf 1'i. k o th- iror.t lin'ir, I ronv.yiH th.tt th- hi..-" Wn.i '. clean as "a; and Weit-- and hard work couM m,ik it. thiat :h- tro'iiiJ' wit in ord-r. and t y, rouirv' thirds I lo 1 n th.r w.iy to i."r--t rn. I faru ;t w.t-i hiLrh time t hills'1 m r' i o;,-) pl.-ri'- d. for in -op-, wav I h.nl a isht a .--. cold At l a--t that w a th- way I .liagnnsd my f in, pl.t 1 nt 'My throat veml ol hn. ::. Kad arhul S"erd." an-1 a 1 hi 1 rn aii'l inu if in my hod." Hpp'ard to Imp !t parate pain. W h-n ! r arh'd ?h apartment I fIt so ill that 1 ".ndt'.-d and vnt to t -d at one". "Von niu-i spray yinr throat urn iu'd'.it 1 ." my mother-in-law said in a Nufüif--likc way. "and I P':p- h o ; : h t to sni doctor. " for that .' k A na pi l!-ri throucli my suffer ins; I -otiid not iulp hut .-rn:! at my mother- iii-law s fff-inc to fr. Pettit who 'had attended hpr in hr i!ln. ho 1 had summar ily dismisped him !-! ciush he had foi t.;dden her to sec j to th up.i'arkinc of her trunks when , n LM HJ sh was barely convalescent, and weident had not -ten him sine. 1 "I'm sure 1 will not need a physi- 1 0.111," I -ail. tryinir to cpeak dis tinctly, although it was an effort fori me to articulate. "Wait until Tneky comes, anvwav." ! For distinct in my mind was a ! Bush, r.l fl. Dayton st.. Mis? Mao mental picture of the look I had sur- I bell Jane Anders. 27 K. Colfax aw. pri-ed in Ir. Pettit's eyes upon thviand Miss Sarah Srhaans. 1 MT It ia of his last visit to nay mot her-j Salic ct. in-law. I remembered the way he j had clasped my hand in parting. The! canning demonstration and talk felini was indefinable. I scored j-n salting and brining were pivvn by my.-elf as fanciful and conceited for j Miss Juanita Mills at th Brif-k imagining that there had been any-jschool in Fnion township Friday aft thinc special in his farewell to mejernoon. An,other meeting will 1"? or in the little courtesies he had 1 held there in four weeks, tendered me during my mother-in- j law's illness. But I told myself acain. as I had aftr closing the door upon his last visit, that it were better all around if he did not come again. PERSONAL c; Miss Lucille Minnick of Charles ton. W. Va., will arrive in the city this evening to spend a weTK w'ith her mother, Mrs. Marian Minnick, m7 Bush st. Miss Minnick will take up rescue mission work in Clarksburg, w. Va., upon her return John c. sartz. son of Mrs. Julia ' Hrowr. and Mrs. Hmma Zander, .-wart., 32S W. Tutt st., is at home' Th outh section of the Woman's on a 10 days' furlouth. He is a I l"S'Je of the First M. K. church will niemivr of the v7fth aero squad-I b entertained Tuesday. Aug. 13. at ron and 1- stationed at Monwom-1 the summer home of Mrs. Charles try, Ala. 1 un. Iiamotid lake. Word has been received of the! safe arrival ,n Franc of Pvt. Earl ! QANN ING PERMITS TO B. Muftlev by his relativ es here. ! Ä . Ä Mr. and Mrs Albert F.. Krauser BE CUT TO 10 POUNDS Wave received word of the safe ai-! . rival in Fraive of their son, Karl Beginning Aug. 12. canning per L Krauser. j mits in excess of 10 pounds of Mj?ar Mrs. Joseph Nus.-liart, r..".o W en- j will be declined, according to an er .-t.. has recied word of the j announcement by County Food Ad safe arrival in France of her hus- ministrator C. A. Carlisle, Saturday band. I morning. In order to avoid con- John Brodheck, jr.. o Iceland j pestion at the office, there will be av, has gone to Saginaw, Mich., toir.o sugar permits for canning Issued visit his ister, Mrs. Frank J.j after 12 o'clock on Saturday until Tschida. formerly of this city. (the new ruling goes into effect on Paul N-dand of the ire.it Lakrs j Monday morning. training station is spending a 10 day furlough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Noland. Son Prairie av . Ml-s Winona Burris has returned to Peoria. III., after spending a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. . Burns, Kddy st. Mrs. C. Payne. b)l Pennsylvania a v.. hi? returned to her home after a five weks 1s1t in Battle Creek, Mich. Pvt. r.erard J. Walter has arrived safely oereas. according teceivad here yesterday by in the city. Sergt. Walter B. Shirk Custer has arrived safelv to word relatives of Camp overseas. J parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Shirk, j 2 22 N. Fnfavette blvd. Mike A. Kish. "i'U aero S'piadron. Morr-'s .Ti, a . has been prouiotod to .erge.i p.f . aacording to word received totlav y his brother. Joseph Kish, I1"' :: 1 W. Washington av. BUY SOFT COAL NOW. IS HARDY'S APPEAL I T-. 1'. Hardy. cnunt fuel adminis-. y j 1 1 a I or, reri'-'ws his appeal to (.atiijens ci'f South Tb r.d and urges them to (purebae their soft coal supply im- md la' e . 1 1 o Li. teves mat this is time to stock up inasmuch as the a mos opport une v.'üli w inter ( oak irca! ii iie.i er.s have tpiantit is. . n.inti ara: can rurnisn w in wa-ir cus- I fön . vxnn little iTiaicuitv 'It peopie insist upon postponing ! fb";r parch a; of sott co.tl. however. ther ?h:- ' i:a w'll tea real danger of famine winter. t.e- iaieti .vi:. llwrm. ( i e 1 a I e i ' o.,d are tr. a p ition to trans.; i ! no i to lay. nut trier- can t e ; t..ai a r.i e ui iv luv. Hü i .iii.t- . iiantee that they will 1 to do - tomorrow. The onlv I'lfiiin i e-ms'.sts in making v.fe pur- i i i v s at o it e M i lardy re-pu -ts those who de-in-r..;re about the fuel situa reti a:u fr-'in c a 1 ! ; r g h:s office tio r i e-.d- p.. .ni.irv""' A i-via? m orp.a!i'r. nu ' e obtained hv rail ' l : i j lb';' 1 1 r H o n ' e 1 i ." . i i . ! Noiilurn linlianu ia r l"ehats. georgette crepes, satins, rib i a-bingtoii and li liig:ui ,ir!bc.n hats. .tany w ith ve', et cornbi-lioiii- stun!.)) for ll Fan'c1 picnic I I rations. All colors. Kvery one of i IVrl-ag ri-v-iitg. IUgh". attend, them smart, nd.b .f y 'e-'.. -Adv . ; :;-ii 1 . .r.i r h.i moved r'armer Tiurt Auvt. o i 4 -1 J iL u3 sjjjr w AVJijAi W omen's War W ork , 1 onck ii:i. nu clkam.nt. iv. ; 'hanins da Vuid w.fh ia.-; waoilt li; by pi-..- nt ly n'l'.th if joIX : wfT" not for the meai uh;ch h'isj to f. prepar'l ncht in the m. j i of trunuv And now tlJit it has :-' frrv ?o d;fhul! to M-rurp hlp for the kluhen, th- diflnulty increases. The United Stat-p food adnrlrus tration jRKets a "(laninp day" luncheon which ror,f-r th1 food ;t should with jvist one dish to pre pirf. The menu follows: Shepherd ? I'i Brown Bread ( barley. a t and mrni Berri1 in yeat-on) I red Tea ShepcrdN IMo. 2 tup? chopped rooked mu'ton. 1 tea 5 poo n salt. 1-S teaspoon pepper. 1-4 teaspoon curry pow.if-r. 2 rups hominy. 2 cups pea or carrots. 1-2 cup hrowr saure or But meat and vegetables A'a tel . in bak h o i n 1 n y cooked. in dish. Cover with rice, or potato which ha? been Bake until brown. five new enrollment; in the 5tn- re.erx e. making a total nurse of 2ft enrollment." for the city have been received by Mrs. Victor Jones. They are Mis Cleneviexe Rennoe. 531 X. Main si.. Mis- Beulih ilp. 113 St. Paul pi.. Mi- Bertha Biessclh 731 S. Munsfin i-t.. Miss Virginia Announcements The Women'? Missionary society j of Westminster Presbyterian church will meet at the home of Mrs. John j Bordner. Nlles rd.. on 8ept. 6. ! The Fancy Nedleworker?' club will meet at the home of Mrs. John laCombe, M N. Diamond a v.. on Aug. 21. The Kastern Star auxiliary will have an all-dav meeting Monday In the Masonic club rooms. The com mittee in charge will be Mrs.. Har I riet Cannon, Mrs. Nora Jlunsberger, I Mrs. Catherine Sihrel, Mrs. Florence "If. however, deputies have con clusive evidence from time to time that any family can legitimately u.-e more than 10 pounds of sugar for canning purposes, the food adminis tration will be glad to cooperate with them in the interest of the consumer so as to avoid any pos sible waste of canning products."! the administrator declared. When deputies have reliable I evidence that any family hns ob- itained or has In its possession an j I excessive amount of sugar, or that) 'its members have obtained sugar j i i 11 o r i f i m .1 1 r 1 v the- will irive ci i. h . family no further permission to , nrpar for canning pur- ti purchase s t,.wv T- ii o ii nntinu !. r-i . a l . 1 nr.'i niiiiinin.ii.-i 111. 1.. n.,'i..iM. K , - W - ..rnwc thi.o r.f Ii a ! l 4 Ci. V 7 ' 'A. III. i liberal nrivilesre -rnnted ' . .- . v lou s rfs u ii i ions. i I in ana :,f,or MnnH'tv Am.- 1V Mond a v ' ' 1 all canning permits sued for 2. pounds void, and the food has authority to change such pr mits so as to read 10 pounds, stead of the previous la HERE'S PROGRAM FOR EAGLE LODGE PICNIC Races. pme and other athleti' exents will be um one the ttrH'-tions of the F.agles' picnic at Portage !'rossing Sunday. The following I ritVi'cti.. T.tricrQ rti l-i i w Viuf.n i p-:i i: l' Potato ! ace. hoe lad.es. bottle odor ace. boy f.ne silk Jonteel ; tj. foot rlve tnn- ,4 ni,,f(urid. order; foot tare, ladies, $2 box of candv: peanut race, ladies. $1 mer- it,,ji. t,.a x.'oi v niiiiu.-.r ni uri , hi ,r-.L t.nmr k? i . . i . - cnarm; smallest Fagle pres ent brok cf ,hek,er tiChe's; largest p,.. u fan, 'v nreeent hnncUv ham- fat men's race, box of cigars; three-leg-f..! iace. two books of theater tickets; free for al! race. cas of H nosier Oream; ladies hopping! race cake; thin man s race fine silk ! t e; Ragle race, case of MM-io. .ht iti:rr.ivr.r at van .oiinrjis Another b.t of these beautiful fall 11.4-rf a trl tun in ton for curvoni' wp .'HIcihN ihc F-agle imtUc ;al I'ortAge Crrstnj;. Adv. IGHARGE GREW OF I YADKIN TOOK R WILD JO! R E Officers Held For Taking Side Trip Into the Mediterranean. NKW YORK. Au. 1 . B hind j j the arrtst by federal orTicnls rf six j rtf.cer. f.f the steam.-hip V; dkin. a i former North Gorman Bloyd liner j taken over by tno iniir'i .-laie, shipfinc tiCiirii !s the story of .1 strange "joy ride" which the vtssej is slid to have taken throich the Mediti-rrarean after hiving recentiy larded a cargo of supplies allied armi"-. foi- th- On thi cr ui? ;e which constitute.! a "side tin the n:hers " on the -return voyage, arc said to have made stopping at various pnrts and nerr st ll.ng the ship's valuable-tores in order to supply themselves with wine and spare ca.-h. On arriving in this country seveial days overdue, their "alibi" is alleged to have been that submarines had driven them fiom their course. This explanation however is eaid to have been discredited when the otficers of a Spanish snip to whom an offer t.ad been made at sea to sell tne Yadkin's coal became sus picions and reported the nutter on their arrival here to the Fnited states shipping board. When the Yadkin eventually reached this country the ship's stores valued at thousands of dollars were practical ly exhausted, it is charged. Iliiip Conf"-in. Details of the Mediterranean ruise are furnished in a e nfessjon said to liave been obtained 'y Henry Ward Beers, assistant Fnited State? district attorney from Fd vin M. Beddy of Tompkinsv ille, chid orhcer of the Yadkin who was arrested by a Fnited States marshal with rtve others on charges, of conspiring to defraud the Fnited States marshal with five others on charges of con spiring to defraud the Fnited States government. The other prisoners, each of whom had been held in 55.00m hail ....... . i i 1 . ; s-, .rv 'are William woo.-ier, mini uin-ei. John Jolff. chi.'f engineer, and James Hanelmk. tirst assistant en gineer, all of New York City; George McClinch. second officer of Jersey City, and Fred Wetzel, second assist ant engineer of Astoria. According to Mr. Beers six more arrests may be expected as a result of Beddy'd confession. NAME WARD CHAIRMEN FOR LIBERTY LOAN South Bend's fourth Liberty loan campaign is t be conducted by a group of busy business men. Warde Mack, who himself is busv at all times, and who is the city chairman for the local carnpien. has just ap pointed a list of busy business men as war captai-ns. They in turn will appoint a roup of "live wires' as block luntenants. The ward captains just appointed by City Chairman Mack are Dick Morgan, first ward; A. F. P'dtz. tso ond ward: David Biilfoyle, third ward; tk-nrnc Robertson. fourth ward north of the Grand Trunk tracks; O. P. B. Johnson. River Park and fourth want south of the Grand Trunk, tracks; Oieni ;snio gor. sixth ward. The fifth and sev enth ward captains will he appoint ed later. As all the ward captains, and the city chairman are husy business men and the same kind of men are to b appointed block lieutenants are to be of the same caliber, a busy campaign is expected. TWO INTOXICATION CASES IN CITY COURT Two cases of intoxication demand- i p. a the attention of Judge Gilmer in nn 1 ." 11 'citv court Sviturdav morning. Kd- city court Wflrd AVlISOn, who was arrested 'Thursday afternoon, was hnd $5 and nut..- Fsner Fdwards. who told Judce Cllmer that he got h IS liquor . . .1 i. a . w previously is-jin a saioon across ui n-i. tu-i ... are null' and'it '5 located near a factory and has administraior ! two bartenders. He said he did not know the r.ame of the man v.-ho owns the a loon. ENSIGN CARLISLE IS ASSIGNED TO TRANSPORT Woodson "a rh!e, ensign F. S. N. R. F.. ha. ln'fn ns-'igned for ac t( cprvirf aboard the "Acamm non." formerly "Kaiser Wilhelm II." otic of the largest and greatest -.transports or the l . s. navy. F. COMPANY MKMIUJls Will report 7:"o a. m. No P ho- Vmuse on Pun-lay. Ave. 11. to get nur. s fT Michigan ity Advt. I. C. RAYMOND, rapt. RAN OV SH1:FPs!I ko.s N f Trf"' S; e Tit S.-rri t-: !NION. Aug:1. 10. Thf :r.a n u- facture of sheep-kin prch.Uie,1 bv tl;-cour.'-il This action rugs .as been I ; 1 1 1 h ; i" m y h..s been taken i-ecause of the quirem.ent? o. wro', and p ( l A S 1 e a ther .ir military pu x ou see th r.uitv arlv fall hats at Van florder's you wtil want i one. a.nu si reasun.ii'.e m puce. S.Se. $4.01. 3 4.0", jr.a.o.' and a few at i d : u m row ' a i - o " W e I pr ; u Rvery slupe. Iirge. n.e Uiii siurtll. All the b .-J clurs kcil. When r.Miiv, us. We t of the 1; igh lent d.-irn'l and s .s ...I giiatatitet .ti.r low la't ii 1 plica ted C .eA i.e; e. ;rd-i's for mi'.i.r.et v ha i - Vir t a . Alv GSI6-11 A M QUICK SMRV1CE tVjf N , vl t--r Pajamas 'ery pretty pajamas that will eaten your fancy. Plain colors and "fancy patterns in good materials. Also Pa j u n i o n s the all-in-one sleeping suit are here. Night Shirts A rig showing of night shirts at last year's prices. Elegant quality and prices low. Day Shirts We sell good shirts from Si upward. Our DOLLAR shirts are equal to the one liftv shirts for fall. AMERICAN MAJOR IS KILLED LEADING TROOPS ACROSS MARNE International New Service: I WJTH THi: AMERICAN ARMY ! ON THE AISXE-VKL.F: FRONT. Aug. 10. (Night) MnJ. James : McKenna, former Harvard athlete,! was killed July 2 while leading j his men in crossing the Marne near ; Villes-Fere. it was learned today. ' NKW YORK. Aug. 10. Maj. j .Tames A. McKenna. Jr.. reported I killed in France July 2$. w-as at- I tached to the old "Fighting 6cth." a : New York national guard regiment. now the lS5th infantry. He wns one j of the best know n oflicers in the i regiment. H was a noted Har- , vard oarsman and baseball play-! er. He was a captain when his reg- , iment went to France, receiving his j promotion after being in action! there. ALLIES ASSURE RUSS OF GOOD INTENTIONS In'ernntiona! N'ep Service: LONDON. Aug. 10. It is not the! intention of the allies to establish j bv force a form of government In j Russia nor to retain a single foot of'' Russian territory, says a reassuring ! proclamation published by the: British at "adivotoe'K. Archangel i and Murmansk, it was stated in ad-j vices received here today. j The proclamation declared ps-1 itjvely that th e allies' sole aim i to help save Rv.ssla from dismember nient by the Germans. SET WEEK'S RECORD FOR CHANGE SHAPE OF COAL MINED IN STATE) CROSS ON HUN PLANES TKKRK MAl'TK, Ind.. Aug. 1"'. The create?t amount of coal ever mined in Indiana In a sunle week was produced during th w ek end - ed Aug. a. According to a state ruent issued by the district repre sentative Of '.he FniterJ S'ute.- fuel administration today, ther were hoi'Std during last week i57,Ml tons y 197 'nines us against - 4 S . -2f toriK from 1" mines during the preceding week. SWIVEL CHAIR KING OF CONSPIRACY TRIED t'HIJAiU. Aug. D. Wlbuim D Haywood, characterized by Kovern ment counsel a the "swivel ch.ur king'' of a conspiracy to upset Arne: ma's mi itary program, stoutly dented on the witness stand late 'o.iav that he lidfi ever advocate io'epce. and that eer.tial reasserted h: iewe; social reforms must ' ; pP brought about r-y industrial1 rather than political method-. I.IHKXKIAN AT LOOMIXfiTOV. Ntv-Tiriie ;.e. ial s.-rvl.--: .;ri:f.nfifri. Auf. m.-Aii Fat. Pouison. who has een eitv librarian for many e . , tias re sicned to :' tv-e vor of ih: C;ty lilraiiar. a: Blvminton. an c - m Underwear All kinds nt uiider'.vear tor men. hc veil liked athletic style from 5c t 52 a garment . Then knit undervea. vith lonjE: and short sleeves, ankle, three-quarter or knee length. Ralbri crnn shirts and drapers are also here. Good Hosiery We surely are leaders tor men's hosier because we do an enormous men's hosiery business. When in neez of co od wearing hosiery at fair prices. come to Ellsworth's. Bathing Suits What is a trip to the lakes or a vacation with out a bathing suit? No fun, is it? See our showing' of bathing suits for men. Daring color combina tions in cotton, part wool and all wool suits. .15 upward to $3.50 THE W. D. SHIMP Coal Yard Will be sold August 14, 1918. For further par ticulars inquire of Hubbard & Pettengill, Attorneys, Sio J. M. S. Bldg. Bell 77. Home .562X. EVIL EFFECTS OF "TNT" ON WORKERS OVERCOME New - Ti :ne Spe-ll Servi' e ; LONDON. Aug. 3. Th e fects of Tnt" workers in muni tion factories have been Jargejy ov ercome by a rlop medical supervi- on ot the workers combined wi'h Improved methods of working and the substitution of mechameal pro- In six months, oc'nbe- to Mar'h, F'1-1'1T, there were Hf cae of serious illness; in the eorreponrl!nc period of 1 9 1 7-1 CJ 1 K there were r.nlv 42 cases; in April th: ea r fmir jiase and in Mav only one 1 AMSTERDAM. Au?. P' -i'oui! ! regarding new marking on fJerman; 1 airplane became known here re-! ;centl The arm of the ainck cress re now straight t not rnor-'i as formerly with white edes. The chance i said to have l.e.-ri n . h ti p K fi i a r r I ur it'v,,..j ivi-.i i . i n -. - recoznition of lerri.an luni'bine. diff.cult and easily led to -onf '.-: -n witl tho i nes circular sign or entente rr.' SHELBYVILLE. IND., BOY IS KILLED IN ACTION Wa?H I NITON, Aug ! " faction r the army casual i.f';ed late F'riday. showe.1. . Killed in action. 7. Missing in action. ""). Total. lf- Tr."- killed m a-'ti-'P .n.-i'j.i Cp; rv,ir;y L. C. Hamlm. :1. Ind. A vm;T ci:op im.fi. WASHINGTON-. Aug 1" i r i- r e - ;p..rt w n- fd from Fruenav that u.e i' lop 111 that lOllfitry ha.- i.'-ef; , i ar.iige.j th. elteiil of iJ."'". wli erf t k: ii it The U riii(jH w .-..ri-rn.i r. the fnigüHj-in Upt!t .me of '.gri.'ulrure tore OPl'N rONICH'i' 75c Colonel Golf Balls h eac $7.00 doz. Saturday Only! r 1 I t-riT- I Nrv Druggists Price Advance For over a year now we have sucreded in main taining our obi ; rices, principally bv irtu- of a big mcriiae in Fales which luce. I o .r o' erbe.-,( I (OSf. Fi.r our f'c ing July 1. 1 a ruour.te 1 t . a i AI f" ! i. our ove- a end- S.tl e-i mil lion dotlat - an ;'Tei' rf r o' er the preceiir.g year Wr- rail hr i r-rids'e tbe WUT period W'.ThoMT H In r:i. e 'III -c o' Vick's VapoRub but we :' O m I e s do v 1th o ir is with therefor . u that ':: riot ke fi J n e r'ic.T". g crut- It ainf're rerrt. t i a -- r forcr-.1 tf nrnniiiic an in crease, effective Aur'-'st 1. whih wali ma it nf Färv to i:a!l "v'poliUb 30c, 60c, and $1.20 The Vlck Chi inicnl V. flreerbero NT C teil ti; !r. ".a. , j f x c? 11 1 1 1 11 : I '.";?vb'iinti ;m riFbi! . Thi?n tr;. Tr a tr. c . j Tn .ilnp'st v.' t.UwV. : b' .in frm .- I i v. t: In - I I - A 1 v. .! . s.v. 1 . V- I alter - a: t.iv1 t d.'v:- i I i . '1 nr.; n p er, -r- .t i - s ' ' ! b.l'b.l III. See CENTRAL DRUG CO., Soutii Ek'tid. A ni tr . " i i . I,- ) '