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What to Caste . TOT T 77 72 V II ti tl News-Times OfHce: 120 Lincoln Way West. Home Phone 118; Bell 10 By I ill lan I Itolfvim. It was early summer. A ounT sun ! l?thed the nc-.-ld m a hower of ! gold. It warm, tender nvs tinned gre n leaves ar.d kised the BRITAIN PRAISED BY DTTQH. KAH Prominent German - American Pays Unique Tribute to War Efforts. thi: 1 for Aniori- which formerly P heap. I , cr t til ng Possible ran-. The desire of rjrf-at Britain to er rythinS possible for our 1 oys- OLLAH DAY WAS IVA CHAMBERLAIN AGAIN ARRESTED u pt i; rn-! faces voan; there an! to make o :U ff,mrri''k!hi;i in arms the I lasting. fft and cordial friendship between the iy n.ir. ifest iron tnf ni 'wo r. .it ions throughout Is striking the land, lowest. I f-i the :m porta no1 of meeting i Pr;t orr. At. M , v ; . . : i- 1. ! . :. : v. i k.i r.v-r-i'h ;r:!r-t. . .r.c r. 1 -v of i r. ' i v. b '. - r; 0 in itlHll Of f : . v a r , !!; i.io.t i . t n - it; :.;-. p i- fo. w.i rl - hint .'Hid -I haw- in-! ail them, in the .Mm'1 spirit, sincerely, wh'il-h.a rtedly, rind without reser vation, cannot he over-estimated. "Whatever hetidei the world will he safe for peace, humanity and liberty as lone as. Amcnca and (ire.it Britain, understanding and AGAIN A SUCCESS Drygoods Stores are Crowded During the Entire Day Friday. r-. ' O J . ; ski lild e a ."ha m berla in. who .r:enr,- ;n a case in wt,;m r.d was charged with hig who afterwards tiled a ! charce which was settled co art, is auiin in trouble. trusting O! anotiier, stand on srtiard. The world will not he safe any lencth of time, he given the oppor more, Germany, by otherwise for If she should tunit"' subtle and once ürtnlis to I and IV'fhüU', I j he did n iron, ano i-nn- toe war ,1 nn, ; n u Pii'-ar r n . .an 1 open means, may tie ex- peetnd to try a"ain to -ow the seeds of ilissention befwerr. Amr.i 1 . . 1 T " . 1 . 1 t . . 1 . ' ' 1 Kngland after the war. Dry croods tnerchants -i the city ! held a wo.sl succesful Lollar day j sale flurin? Friday, the x olume cf t business done htjng ahv.ost as larse ;as on th last occasion of the kind. which broke all previous el'forts. I'rom e.irly morning until 10 o'clock last night the stores were crowded with buyers, and at times during ! the rush it was necessai for some; i merchants to close their Mrs ured p !: )v: a r.i . ba starr ' out of having : r.i'xiii. , f I n:d in : plaint of j ' 'ham be; . her case 1 morninc in the city court. She fur nished bonds in the sum d $.'3 for 'her appearanre m court. ?h" i ao .awaiting trial on a chatte of abl i ing and abetting in t'ne coniuiittin j of a felony. This cas" and t!.t of ! her husband. Sammy 'ha is set for Aug. 1. I v: id ; M'-shlnJ. I rcss. I The varr.e sun took flame in the red i gold ha.r of a nun: sirl. who s,it ' looking throuch the open window .' I of her palatial home. She hld the Arabian lac curtain aside with one hand and leaned her chin on the palm of the other, as she listlessly vatrhed a shabbily-dressed, middle- woman, who trudged wearily i-en arrestee ywr.iay aionsr 5cnMin2 her larße. ill-rittin h" l ch:irc1 with shoes on the cement sidewalk, .-'ho a !,.,rd bill h. the rn:r, arrH a ?yp newspaper-wrapped Mrs. Tena .alba'igh. Mrs. h.JRdJe an1 Mafk woolen shawn an p.aded not ,u:lty. and . h hf r arm? wav ot for trial fu-sday , , t ' i I l tl l l'-U U lie 1 1.11 1 ' 7 I i fc. , 'ei ;a m. w a 'i .-: 'i !::.-: j and - : n i to fa! : -on i p tin. r- )r-l!- 1 ; rr at with mmv of li IWDKIKiO OPKHATIOV. in i:ri-lt:id. Mr. William Kaufman, llö ?n jdiana av., has been taken to Ft. Jo .' impre.-.-ed vseph's hospital wiiej-e she will un f!r;r.tin and ihejrjr,r-0 an operation. i P t lMafii I'h-vI A - a .r..l'y a .' i P. 1 - a t . '!, war r b ' ; - i n ): r wa e u; c ; e n c e.-n f. l'- r - fo lPi-inc-.s .s r:rin 1 re.il7.e be t!;- bu-:r. in ail di rt, w h i c h L'eneral'y full Value. Hraln.. was nat t Ih'ur o r -.; Side of r r r. ' ; t xp'.a ! i o n T!. v have drafted their 1 r i ii; e epy wh' re of tli--- o unm ait. : ! a n -p'n tatior:, ma n'l ahae svstems. for m i : "is of business and i re n. W'e'.r. diT'-,t'r general :. and arnnnic other things, of the arniv sil.ai:e ss Lroi.d enough to :-iiow and i o ir.e his methods of opera -He told me that in the spare f three ears lie w.ll h.ivf saved to th nation through the rat het 1 1 o n . in effect created t ( i 1 1 ; i i i ' i fi 0 A out s l lv a ce, or for the na of in. my n SM in 11 i THEATER TODAY fV I if L U"U liAl '1 1 17 k .1.111 I'V. a tn-i capeu at eacn or t.ae puces observ ing the ale, and even with this ad dition to the staffs theie wert' times when it was almost impossible to wait on the ciowds. Dollar day. it would seem, his become an estab lished event i;i Mishawaka. judginc from the eagerness with which each fuicccssive silf is looked for ward to. Th"' stores participating in the event were; Winey's. It.isl inker's, Gilbert's. Golden Rule and Trick's 1' cent store. Several other mer chants also advertised bargains for the occasion. in:.H ri:oi son Mrs Jennie I;. .Tarrett. coin way , has received. from her son. Pvt. (Jlen It. .. f T K t Vi i r . til' Ulli i the in letter Pvt. .Tarrett states that enjovinc Kood health and 'much enjovs his experience thfre." He tells o- several which his company had from which he mvs didn't bother much. I.in- i letter ! swinging strides and carrying a new, liown leather suitcase, was a very tall yniiiie man. He held his head with distinction, and the trirl at the win dow ihoucht him undenialdy hand s' me and distinguished. Who coul 1 it be? The s: it case fell with a thud. What was th; '.' The poor bedraseled won i an. bundle and shawl, disap peared jr. the arms of the barehead- Komeo. The eirl drew her eves. Was she cht thud and a from the woman ' beys live." th e stranger answered. ' ! The old sailor wriggled a bit guiltily. "Well. I-er-er I don't er-swer rnore'n I ha' e ter," he stammered. The stranger struggled to repress a smile. "I wasn't thinking of tht. Pat. I was merely thinkinc how artificial- ' i t has crowded out nature in our ! big cities. We who waken each : morning to the discordant jangle of an alarm clock and measure the day by harassins hours of work and worry, forget that there is a cock's crow and an early bird's sonr to ; proclaim the birth of day." the man answered pensively. j The sailor eyed him curiously, his ' mouth widening into an uncanny, i toothless grin. ! ure. yojie oughtr rent a garret i scrawl d'obbv Hu and T i pi! vo ini; Komei). balloon company with t:iU'1 AV, ner American expeditiona rv forces nr a rn : A i; ,.- T- " f i little cry of dimav 1 lan e. to air v o , i i i ii.r i he j I nil i i i miu i ' o i I'm hui e verv ' ri two figures that formed such "au er M 5 dzarre contract. The bundle had fallen from the visits Kritz. t hem MHSMAWAKA WANT ABS FOR RKNT Furnished room light housekeeping at 1 t W l-'irst st. 2"i: FOUR ARE INJURED IN AUTO COLLISION i: TJenson r WANTMI Two pleasant house keeping romis, man and1 wife. South Bend or Mishawaka Address Mishawaka office. It FOR RENT Five room buncalow S t ;i 17th sr. Rier Park. Fbctri and gas. Fnq,uiro .J. ' W. Iawrence st. Home Stout, F'. S. Mr. and Mrs. Howard for or Goshen, and Mr. and Mrsr liar- old K. Wilton of Flkhart. sustained serious injuiis when an automobile in which hnv were lidin co;I:ded light iwitli u iii.'ichiiiP fiecuoied bv Mr. and Mrs Hariow Thurston and their daughter Fvelvn from Grand Rap i'ls. Mich. The collision took plac about throe miles east of the city. Friday nitht. The four injured beonle were taken to a rural home CHICAGO VISITORS. Mr. and Mrs. o. j. Karnbiotte and son. Oscar, of Chicaco are the guests of the former's brother. T. .1. I.im biott and family. 10 Lincoln way K. 1IKIU ON 1 I HMU'CH. rhanci Snyder. medical orps. who is stationetl at the General hos pital at Markleton. Pa., has arrived here to spend several flays' furlouch j;,s the guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Snvder. W. Ninth st. l"t ., I nearby, where medical attention was given them. FOR RENT Furnished quire 109 N. Mill st. room. In - l otr, SPECIAL f-i?aturins STRONG BILL All-Star Players. Bip: Drama o( hc West, with HELEN GIBSON LOST Hunch of side. Return to keys on Xcws-Tir.ies FOR SALI" House, five rooms, al ley lot. newly painted outside, new paper inside; electric lights, pas. JI.TjO. Small payment down. Balance like rent. House and lot between Main st. and Dodge's. $7oi. IL'öe flown, balance easy. C. Os tia nder. photographer. 10tl KITt ll.VS TO PENNSYLVANIA. I Miss Gwendoline Minegar of Sun- north i hurv. Pa., daughter of Lester Mine- gar, who was killed at Sunbury about a vear ao. and 10t2 ui-:tii; from vacation. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Johnson. 6ö W. Third st., have returned from West Milton. O.. where they spent their vacation. Mr. Johnson is the principal of the local huh school. TKi: TO .TAIL. Much Sawders of Elkhart, who was arrested on a charge of ehild desertion was taken to the county jail in default of bondi Saturday morning. J the past week with J mother. Mrs. Myrtle returned to her home vania accompanied by J parents. Mr. and Mrs. I ha i t. w no spent i i:JOYING Ol'TIXG. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Willette her grand- and daughters, Rohina and Regina. .Minesar. has (have gone t" Diamond lake where in Pennsyl her grand Miles l.arn- Ill THE BRANDED MAN" CHARLIE CHAPLIN and FATTY ARBUCKLE "THE PUGILIST" I WANTED Night clerk at Misha- waka hotel. Not in the draft. I ?t. j . pop FALK Six room house, first j class repair, located on Marion st.: seven room houe on Fourth st.; eiirht room house on Fourth St.; six room house, modern. Lincoln way; j six room house. large lot. 51..no.l Ctarmue. Bell phone :: 7 ; Home 17.".! .MF.TRORIST CIIFRCFI SKKVICLS. "For the Sake of the Brethren" will be the subject of Rev, Dr. B. E. Parker for the Sunday morning services at the Methodist Episcopal church. Miss Hazel Harris and the choru choir will furnish the music. Sunday school will be held at 0 : 4 " j o'clock. Fpworth league will be I held at 6:1." o'clock. they inc. will enjoy a two weeks' out- Thi I: Positive Scream. i'ii novs in nox John Duell and Glen two boys giving their a were arrested last thv were found in CAR. Gaymer. e a s 1 ? . evenir.c after a box car. The a Also Fearless MARIE WALCAMP In the 1 7th Episode of "THE LION'S CLAW" "The Bride of the Beast' Another Bi- Show Tomorrow. L'sual Admission. i I ( R SALE T ventv -two and one half acres black land in high state of t wltivation. irood buildings. Sacri-' boys claim they were wormng on a ice for quick sale. Hell .".7i. (jar-lfarm in Vicksburg and had come mire. Home 17.".. .? ! hei-e in search of work. The arrests FnR SALE taken soon Home L'n . t were made Work horse, cheap if . Bride. 'all Bell phone 7'"'"1; 1 bv Montine and M'"- i FOR SALE Nice T room cottage on W. Battell st.. with sewer, wa ter, electric and sas. Price $1.1. a. D".30 cash, balance on long time. Stark Realty Co.. Mills Bldg. 7t." WANTED We have buyers for some mside modern properties. If you have something worth the) BIRTHDAY DINNER. Mr ami Mrs. Herbert E. Sailen, of Gran! Rapids. Mich., were guests of honor at a o'clock dinner Fri day evening at the home of the Mies Catherine and Georgia Worth.. W. Tenth st. The dinner was in honor of Mrs. Sailcn's birth da v anniv ersary. A (.OOP COMIC. "Towr Is IojuI." ami in ' Sforr." Columbia . -Ifil, 1 'limit ii re Co. A Rinl Beiger Adv. Gen. Perching eaU to ou in Iii own oiH'. nml Ambaulor C.erartl. in the new Columbia reronl now on sale at the Beicer I'urniture Co. Adv. NEWS OF INTEREST TO POLISH CITIZENS Call TLe nrn i aki i i. iu:i.nKitv TKANsI l.H P. r fnvv!Lg f ai: -rts. "at of town rn--.ri:;j; Sje.iil trips t- and tn-.u Sit,th llend. Two Mitir Trurk. GfOIUiH . Iii' KK II KT, lit V Mln St F'Imhph : lbir-r. I'.v; 12.1. I monev altv let Co us sell . Mills it for lodg. you. lark : 7U ' In FOR RENT Seven N. Studei aker st. Home phono ?0. room Call house on evenings. 31tl 4 iii:ry iu i:r in viet Little Buttercup," ami Berry PU kin' Time." No. 2177. Beiger Furniture Co. Adv. CHRISTIAN CIU'IICH sKRVICFS. 1 T.U.. ? ...ill ..--.V. ( J 1 1111 1 J. IIII'M'l w HI 'l f.H II restaur-!0" "Christian Citizenship" at the FOR SALE Good paying ant. Would consider t.art n ivmont ! morning servbes at the ------ - - - " - - . J - - - - V ill) balance In rayments. Cull 105. E Mishawaka av. 13t2S Firs .'hris- tian church Sunday. The Christian Er.deaxov meeting will be held at Phe subject will be Nature's School." : 1 ,"i o'clock. "IOs-ops from ... . 'V Im : ,( iilloosi T r- f?.TAR N 3 TO JUMP nsEon and PARACHUTE DROP SATURDAY, AUG. 10 At 7:30. P. M. North Side Four Corners By Prof. Brunner. See Dare-devil VIC make his death-defying ride through the clouds and back to Mother Earth by aid of parachute. WILL LEAVE IT)R CALIFORNIA. Mrs. Charles W. Cook, daughter Aline and -on Robert will leave to dtv for their home in Richmond. Cal.. after having spent several months with the former's mother. Mrs. S. Dannejl. 17 Ann st. BROADWAY OFARTET SlNGs "AVe'll Neier Let Our Old Flag Fall" and "Young America "We're Strong For You." Columbia reeonl No. '20'2?. Eoiger nirnit'ire Co. Adv. social i:vi:nts. The regular meeting of Iady Fal cons. Z. Balicki. No. 1, will be held Monday eveninc at 7;o o'clock at Z. Balicki hall. W. Division st. The St. John's Cantius society. No. uoman Catholic Union of Amer ica, will hold its meeting Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in St. Hedwige school. The sincing practice of K. Pula ski Falcons' choir will be held Tues day evening at Warsaw hall. The St. Casimir's societv of St. Casimir' parish will hold its meet ing Sunday afternoon at the regular place of meeting. The Children of Mary society of St. Hedwige's church will hold its meeting Sunday afternoon at 2:Z) o' lock at St. Hedwige's school. Court " k Polish National Alliance, will hold its regular meeting Sunday afternoon at !:"'" o'clock at Z. Ba licki. Falcons' hall. The meeting of St. Rronislawa so ciety. Polish Roman Catholic Fnion of America of St. Hedwige's church, v ill h held Monday evening at St. Hedwige's school. A meeting of St. Joseph's society of St. Stanislaus' church will he held Sunday afternoon .it 1:7.0 o'clock at the parish hall. The smgmg rehearsal of St. Hed wige's Choral society will be held Tuesday evening at 7: no o'clock at St. Hedwige's- school building. The meeting of St. Vincent De Paulo societ.v. No. 7T. will be held Dr J. MOYi: OFFICES. K. Eos has moved his of- e into the Kcü.ir puiiuing. rooms i Adv Sundav afternoon at 2 o'clock Hedwige's school. in St. a r.d 2. BAPTISMS. The infant i-on of Mr. and Mrs. Ren Biaszcsak. 2bfl2 Huron st.. was baptized Friday evening at St. Adal bert's church. Th God-parents are Dr. Makielski. osteopath. W. i Mrs. Anastasia Jurkoka and Felix P.uziak. Second st. Adv . ltf I.KGAI. MlTll i:. i.i: or uKAi. ir.TK. H.x iir,1-r cf '..:rt: l Tm !, fiirni. 'tu;t."l s.aitiie 1. 1 'f Mtihavv.'ik: a!i I 'Uitjinlrg all. ait .". ". J . !., ii;. ln.lt'ig r.-n i. n 11.1 tte-t :ir'd th !'.- a? p:i'db- si: day A'-g':t 1 1 ' ; 1 1 r - -i n d f N!l!: ! v i k i. v 11! b (..'.1 -M, tl;.. piv.uSe a 5atur "tsr m For farther p-4r-iit.t!!ed ripti n ef ti . r. a, th e -n m ! i n - er for tne a!e ef nr -perf. vv'-.:hs A. Biewe VtTvr.ert Trust Eii.t:-g. Sn'it1: resd. Icdlan. er lUlpls Fe'.g. laS LLaccla ""Vir pst. iliAiwak I'FRSONALS. Miss Martha Knafetska of Whiting. j Ind.. is a -st of br sit-r. Mbs , Hatt Knafe'.ska. E. Washington a v. I Mr. arid Mis. Roman Grabowski and children. Mrs. Anna !i-trak arid Son 1 d isla I . s. hae oiie o:i a liio oi trip to I'f-tioit. T-d-do and land. Tliev will st.i at Landing. Mich., for a day's visit on their te turn trip Mrs. Hedwige Shsuecka. Ford st.. has received word that her on. Alex, ha? arrived safe!. ;n France. woman's arms, the string that was tied about its paper v.-rapp'.nps snapped and the spilled contents lay in a ,white, filmy heap on the side walk. The man laid a restraining hand on the arm of the woman and he, himself, began with g:ave face and awkward hands, to gather the scattered white article?, that unmis takably belonged to the wardrobe of a dainty woman. The cirl gae .1 little ga?p as she recognized the clothes. They were hers; and Mrs. Dagget was just re turning them "done as white as the driven snow." She aw him raise her pretty graduation dress by the edge of the sleeve. This was too much for her sense of humor and he burst forth in a merry, musical laugh. He looked up and flushed scarlet. Then the humor of the situation struck him and he, too, laughed a frank, boyish laugh. She heard an other laugh behind her. a low. spon- f 1 tlßftnc biioL-le ii-l Vi tnviaOin Ulli-, iMj.i V4l.4Vi.4t. 1.4141 W I I I - L 1 I I I .11 j sophistication and cruelty in it. s'he i turned her bright face toward the handsome young man who stood be hind her. "I se Soap-suds Rill is following his calling." he remarked with a derisive laugh. ."Why. what do you mean, broth er?" the girl asked seriously. "That's Rill Dagget. our wash woman's son. He's had the nerve to go to Vale. Regan to be rjuite a bau. too. Rut I knocked his pop ularity flat I simplv told the bunch his pedigree, and we christened him 'Soap-suds Rill.' He must be a sort of a cowardly cad. too. to play Yale on the sweat of his mother's brow. I tell you, sis. caste counts." he told her. The girl was silent for srmc time. I..- i i 14 I.. . 11 e ki ai:-wered. backing away toward his i companions. j The tall, c oaked man did not hear ! i him. His quick eye had caught a , momentary glimpse of a long, silver j 'ribbon crawling serpent-like overj the tumblinc black waves. Could it be a reflection of the broadening, i j gray streak above the horizon? No, ! it was too vivid and short-lived. He ! i called to the cood-natured, cunning- ; faced sailor. j "Vouse a seein' things." was the! ungracious reply to the stranger's! advice. i Suddenly the Majestic gave a leapj jand a jolt; then there was a per-j ceptlble tremble from bow to stern. ; The man grasped the railing a lit tle unsteadily, with one hand and I with the other clutching his breast. ! The sailors stood as if petrified for! :a moment, then disappeared in the! i direction of the captain's bridge.! The orchestra stopped. For some j ; second complete silence reigned. J then simultaneously a great cry jaro5e as froai a giant throat, and there was a wild. blind scramble j from all doors leading to the deck.! j The lights flared up. and what I ; were a few moments before men and j ' women became a trampling, wnth- J ing. yelling, moving, immovable I mass. Dainty, silkenly-clad women j i and immaculately attired men were : wedged cloely against blanket -i swathed. disheveled women and , greasy-coated men of the steerage. I In vain did the captain and crew , shout and threaten the squirming j human maiss Suddenly, above the i deafening tumult sounded a clear, i cool voice. All eyes turned toward the towering. cloaked form cf a man stand 'ng aloft on a steamer chair. ! j "Men." he said, "the boats are 1 ready and the crew Is anxious to 'save all of us. Don't waste precious time. uho will help me save the women and children?" There was an instant of immobil ity and si'ence: then a grimy, healthy-lunged individual cried "I." Suddenly, the sky and sea seemed to ring with the voices of men with souls revived, willing to obey the first law of civilization to ccrre for their women. Boat after boat, rilled to capacity scuttled away over the angry waves. i The women turned agonized faces I toward loved ones left perhaps to his He plays Yale on the sweat of i die. The rescue work progressed mother's brow a cowardlv witn the method, coolness and rap- cad " she repeated softly. 1 idity of a well-managed factory. It Rut there was disbelief in the j W'1S wonderful ! Inspiring! voice th.it was meant to he scornful, i "You had netter go now, the shir The nicht hung dark and silent over a black, white-crested, tumul tuous sea. Grat waves whipped and made frantic efforts to crawl up the sides of the gigantic sea-monster, as she made her majestic way. churn ing dusky waters into a filmy bridal veil at her bow. is listing badly. It is only a matter of a few minutes" the tall man now in shirt sleeves. told a young girl.- w hose red-gold hair waved in the wind like a halo about her head. They had worked together unceas ingly. Once only, had he stopped to remove his coat and forcibly but ton it over what was some hours he ller lights were lowered, and. hut ! fore a dainty evening gown. Tw ice for the faint rays that filtered ! he had ordeted her to jump into a through chinks in the cabin win dows, the deck was in darkness. The busy deck hands hummed and worked to the muffled strains of a popular melody, to which a brilliant throng of first cabin passengers were dancing. A corner of the deck was momentarily flooded with light and the orchestra grew more sonor ous, as a door opened and the tall, enveloped form of a man emerged He walked with light, firm step across the wet, slippery deck and stood for a moment studying the eastern sky, where a slender gray finger was parting the sable curtain? of the night. "Why ain't ye dancin'?" asked a merry-eyed, toothless sailor, as; he swung the pole of a streaming brush dangerously close to the stranger's nose. "Why. I was just thinking hor close to nature and God vcu sailor- waiting lifeboat, and she had mute ly but firmly refused. The loud, angry shouts of sailors coming simulaneously with a great 'thump of a human body striking ' V. ä 4r.l. 0 4-, rl t ' ' - rP Via r- i - O tile ur. r niauc tiiT.ni 1 ui 11. i nr psiii face blanched, then a wave of culor H stung her face. "Brother," she cried, running to ward him, "come help us we need von." ! He glared at her and pushed her ! angrily from him. She made one imore futiule attempt to arouse him. then walked sadly away, leaving him crouching. a disordered heap of i levering clothes, rumpled hair and watching witH sullen,, the departing human j lake. Cassopoü. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Martin. S. Scott st have returned from Chicago, fol- waded through th flushed face, hungry eyes freights. j "And so this is w hat he meant by ! saying that caste founts." she mur-j mured bitterly. , Suddenly, the boat careened and there wa a great inrush of water. ; just as the las' lifeboat was de- tpched. The mar. seized the cirl , with one am, and together thev e er-deepening ! lowing a week's visit with the lit ter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Krawczunas. Mre. Angela Kozlowicz of Michi gan City left at Hammond. water toward her brother. "Come, let us help one another--we may now you know. It's eei. man for himself," she whispered. Friday for her home J "Let me alone. I've enough to do Ind.. following a vi.itto care for myself. What's th mat- at the home of Mrs. John Lipecki. Iter with Soip-suds." he growled, W. Sample st. During her isit at South Bend, accompanied by Mis? Clara Kawka, sh usited relatives at Buchanan. Mich. Ben Miller, member of the '. ?. army, stationed at Camp New Bed ford. Mass.. is spending i "0-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Miller. Rolling Prairie. Miss Hettie Koseielny. 417 S. Cha-j tendei ly help ?. I women a pin st.. has returned Friday from to safety. evading her outstretched arms. j The next moment the sea was) alive with struggling humans, whoi had been washed out of the doomed ' MajestC The girl found herself n j a strong pair of arms the same' arms that rad one summer da: clasped a ragged old washwoman, and that had a few moments before nd children ! liroiiMin, Mich., after a three weeks' visit with her parents. Wo! il has been received and Mrs. I-iti Glowacki. way W.. that their son. Glowacki. form riv of ('amp He swam vith the strength of n madman toward a boat that w a by Mr. j hurrying away from them. Lincoln j ri-v-r knew bov .,r w hen. Alfred! craft stopped ai.d a hundr-Sh-lo . helped th-iu into it Thev f ait the bund- Hattiesburg. Miss, lias arri ed .-afe-lv overseas. Miss France- Sojker. !'ir. W. Divi sion st., has gor.e to Rronon, Mich , to spend her v acation ith relativ es Louis Briik. 142 5. Chapm st.. Joseph Kopcielmak. Frank F:er-j has gor5 to Lou: il K'v. to visit ;er w he l rom.'ciUAiitNMi h. fullv returned to Bill !,.?.? V zounu nimsei nuunied in the ste of the life bo it, gazing wonder into evs th rjdiited light. Tn tragedy of th momentarily obliterated ir. the g'.or narki. Max Smith and Carl Stefaju j hi brother, t3tiored at Camp Tay-jou? realization that dawning for are spending a ferv diys at Diamond lor. both of them. tern p -------- a aonderf il I h night -i V K eeping Up With the j lines Now, as never before, A-e must keep up with the times. We want the news of the war and the news of the world while it is still news we want to know what is oinc on, riav bv quickly as we can gtt it. The same way with the news of your home city. 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