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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
sumnAT aftt.kxoov. .rr.rfT 1:, p SOCIETY HAPPENINGS month.?. vo Wife r.g ft A u ' n f of "r pel wa v f-lf.i( 'he hoi '-' - ' ' i S: rm; If. i. i Li. v . : P Tli - . i ; 1 1 1 r w t ,( h.r,o- of ;h ti..;,i . -'':- kler. .M . I ' 'he de 't!0,. ! - T e n 1 n . Mi- '. - i .-.-!- '- meeting f ( ; . .:r:ir.1 f.. !r äke ou.f.jt t ki's .iri make ;i r ' v. hon or i '.j I a ' o:r. m; fee w a ap pointed !' nojfini.il4 tlm officers for ? ho ff'mins y;, r. P-itoe-, ard . -: " ' ir r.. -I;.-. J ' n i r. ? til- A r. liit d. Tii1 K"'ord . f will - f. h 1 at tii" horr. ' f Mi-- In .7. I:ud1. A. . Fpt. 20. The H'-rr.iri F;:r 1 ir v. o M r. h jr. ti jil 1 tfv i!ir hu ; r. "- j ;i -!! r. Z 'r ;d' - - -.-if- r noon at i-ru.jn 111 F-: 'i'f h '!"- ntioniU w.-ff It! Kv Mis. Ph-'it Th ff.lio in- pro-. mi rvj.s k'I-p'i: I';:, mo solo, i: i'm K'.--: piano d'i't. Mi-' - ilnlv ..If r.ro.i;.'. k nd rir-rtn'- r - i I ! ii -T. M: Ann i f'.lknnri. T f n -x f ir ii i m-'-t -Ins will t" h'.i Hpt , th- plHo' f.f iri annnun' -d : . i r The ?.linr of Mi. Cf.-t 1 1 ' . 1 ; .Vrfit. rl,, lii.Tt-r r.f !;-. t r. I Ml '"hall' Moiit. N ':;-!ni sr. to llowl W'aj r.- Zinirnr. son of Mi .and .Mr. .V.,1, A. iiiiMicr, "uhirur st.. ur, k l n' u i iL y rnoti intr at lit . , - i , ;4 r (; '-!-:n:f..-! r f M t-t la n . hnrrh. A. M ll-dN ..rt:r; .,tir,ir W ot ( , 111,!- p;v( t t,j ,; J,.. Mi' to ( r 1 a t ( i i . .'tul --.( M !-- M ,.y A I w a i la d Th" di ra nl--' l'h d b- d. 1:1 a flark 1 o; hot: .a . a i.--t ' d ; suit and ha' - mi. ' I i I ; M 1 . r o 1 ' I i . ' . 1 - . , i t man. I '01 ! or. 1 1, z ill" 1 ii ; -. 1 . Ii ii t r ' a s t ed to 1 1 . " " r d d ! n Uli i 1.1 ' " ii" bi id" Saturday ; e I i t i - ,1 I t i i " h ' a 1 " t dr. and Mr- amm ; f tn rax ri on a rmd. ft " 'J to ( 111 - n'iTo-i . s.pt : ' ;iai a fid otb'-r po mm . Thm u ill ! at hon.. ., f it ' ii lind Hill firm. r.r-m"n Ind. Th- Woiu n s ;v!x'::.ii v "ST m i I: - " c ! 1 'ff s ; I . "n"t .1 home ni M : . .1 lii V.Mii rnl a . , ill!! h 11 1 li W. Md.heH. . Fi id, v a fter-m'-mneis vvere noon 1 n.t tv-r.ve jues.-nt. Al'tr iul- Luisint-s? meet-in-', a -:i hour w,,s njuved. Mis IJoV'de ireenao w a reading. Th" Mt'l" .Ii-s Rutii and Fboa K 1 hem lemlcM.i : vc.-.-.ti selection. Virtiola inline wis a diversion of the .iPemoon. Th" Jutstess,.- w.'je Mrs A 1 1. i a ! v 1 ir; pl. Mrs Kdwaid Stri'kl"i'. Mis C. .1. MfKiiii.i u and Mrs. Cellars. The next, meeting will be held on ihe third Friday of Sep tember, the plue r,f whiil Will be ennounced iter. Th;rty-fie lu'Tiil I a d i's' Aid .a ie : . s of the f th.- l';r-t Uaptis' i jinn h trie at t!i e .Mr?. Isabelie MTder, IP' AY h ' I o e of Xav a r te st . on I- rtdav votionals were I f e ! n n The d " - led hv Mrs. Nel'i" White Th" next u.f.-ting will ' I field on Sep. 20, a whi- h time ele.-- i Mon of othieis Will take p'ace. Titej id hp of mtetin will be announced' Itter. 1 Tr." Norman F.ddv net in the K" of P. ball r p i 'i O n . It WIS de.'r'led R. il.iv aft i : - i mi to r in u e r ne m ' ' i n , laid'. w i n g ir t' N rni a n . t he j . i d'.'in m i inib'i' of meeting of n Se pt th.s lm-tnth. Th t 'ne rp i" f i o rs ' at tb" hall. tif'va Announcements Tb- Phi th Mi P ig ma .-or oi if v a' l Rupei. ' V. i I I I) i M b h ; g in u r t I. k '.. gi'. -n Tu. sd iv . id. n e r i u e-ua .eg d t n-Mng part y v. 1 , t r. honm of t im Fu g !-- pt. ! Th Fi-hei s Worid . ' I a w 1:1 f urbl-h tile IliU 'air ! tie Is .b'v 1 '1 ! imer ; v I 'nil; "'.' 1 1 1 b " .d , u da v , A ug. . a' I'ottavvat" : - o p- n to all . iri,. Th o u t i n ti . I J N. .t In r - . 1 l -se n uslvr.d. Fp' Fa.'u. "Ck wh.o u a mer l-.u r. o a I ttaming o' ai an 1po!:s. Wo: .1 ha s bee n rf l e! ' d At Wheelock's PERSONAL - - Pw 'i?! K. Mohn, .--an of M;s l'r.i r: k A u !'l'i -e. ! nr nnrr . hi- i ( r a 1 1 ,. f."-1 ' to i ' p p ''a. li-'.v Tu vi or. 1 .mi -v i i K . a ft -; a v . l mm'th-' t'-.iiu',!i: th 1 'id. i : p-d.s ü tin trig ! Lm h m : i a m :- Mrs M I, .Mar- kle. N. ."'t -'.. ! ! , - ! i't ü i'.'d t : o m a tii! i w . k - ; -; : n ".t'i"''TiJ . I R ! '.- ) ,. . a r: ! v e-i - t f -' V e ;-. s , . r,i'(i:!'K t Word t - ; . - iv I bv his m..r her, Mis i A i f. i: i' e :.. ; : N A' th .: st He r .cir.ie: of t'v t 1 t h ammunition !;.un, formerly ',( tlürd at '.ur-P ' ';"-. Fittl' v'rrck. Mnh. Mrs W.iU:- F. Rrodbeck. .. I:ch:gar5 st lift tmlsv to The Victrola brings right into your home the thrilling music of the greatest bands in all the world. Ak to hear IS V)0 Nir.al Rcerv March 85c White Roe March By Conway's Band We will gladly play them in our X'ictrola Dept. "C"i r f V- K - ft George H. Wheelock & Company REVELATIONS OF A WIFE By Adds Ganfcoa Nothinc at al!." I answered R ".e.y. "I wa- iuM wak'ful. tr.at s r : -r nil. out. I am glad 0 I though' of going Th nuiorJiih! is wnnrf'.! li-n t it If on! I -0'.'ir K'tp inrn fiorn knowing thit I had i'ii ring' That wa t he tho;igh uppermost in my min-l a I or. womanlike, with the knowl edge tn.i n.y husband was lonely witho.it me. that hi wanted nie to haie hi? moonlight. i?ionir.K.-. I for i.; ail the wild iinagininys whifh had toituifd Ii. e . few 1 iom''!i'.i I efore. Pi k wante! n.e: My h'-nt .-an.; a j(ii'U J. r.iroi as i followed, hlir. i..n to th corner of the moonlit '.ran da v!uii we l:ad litte 'i i i as nn outdoor sitting loom. A roomy bwmging .sat, a couch plied with et.:shion.-. a ru-tie tahle and 'ionu bijw,-. ronifortahle chairs made it a. m ;-t in iting corner. "Tlii- for nie." said Pik. as ho st. .te.l him.-'. If in th"- swin st at ami duv. in' down ;es;(f him "Mind 1 f 1 sniOK..' "Ind-d. no." Jle took out a. eigar, iiiiiiterl jt. ni.d tli'ii with a slight push of hi.- te. a tii" swinging scat in motion. For a long time we 5at sil"nt, gazing 0 .1 at the lawn and trees bathed in th' soi't lisht of tiie moonbeams. The aa was heavy with th- rerit f 1 1 i 1 a 1 ' s and apple lossim.a, the slight 'swasir t; motion of th seat lulled m o erw rOfciht nerves. 1 nestled close to pjfky in onte ntmen 1 . I 'oiiif. s v. et hej 1 ."' Pi kv's , one- laid all the t -nlrne-s of the !days r, efore c'ir marriage. I "Oh. U"-'" 1 could hear the hk i of happiness in m own voice as it ! c.i: o ium.i the answer-. 'That's my own yirl." His arm 1 drw me closer, h" ent p. is hea d and k!-sed me a long lover's kiss 'lxi-- me bark, you littb iceberg," h" iomtnanded plavfuüv. " You're as sil and les' IV -d n S Oil were he tr-i ki-s 1 ever gave ou. and that 1: mied on jnnr ear .lust remeniber. u'i" mv wife. pl-ase. Now put '.'oar arms around niy neck and ki-s ii, ni'-eb, a- a loving wife should." A masterful oe undeila.'.ed rlie p'ivf.1 woid-. As I obeyed him. and Iiis aim 1 lo-"d 10 mhlv about iue. the doubts and fear- that had tut me 11 ted nte slipped away. I do not believe I shall ever know greater happiness than was mine In i the weeks following Orace Iiaper's a f e a i r iv a 1 i u l-'i a ru e of a mm ('. Wegner. son of 'pl. I'.en Mrs. f.er- t ha Yet-n e r, :'. ' a member of h". 'iintru and has F. P.tiis st. He is company. ."oSth in been sfa'ioned at imt M.it Artii'ir, T'-va-. Miss Nettie Weiss has received woid of th sife arrival oveisa-. of hr brother, hvm Weis. He is; i a member id f oattery. hinn coasi ( artitler. and was stationed at New- j pott, r. r. j i Fiiarles Haeltor. and family, til; ! W. I .a St lie hv., left Su'urday fori i Waltham. Mass . w here he has ac- ' f"pt ed a po-ition wath the Waltham Watch 'o : Word has been received by Mr. ; and Mis. . A. J11. 7:; Fushing, s? . tt at tieit star Mortimer J. , O.jeii. for me i iv -orpora 1 in the l ::ft h : m.i' hm" iron compam-, lias been tran.-ferr d to hcadu'iartei s. Mh : divi-uon. adjutants' sction. and pro moted to sergeant. Mr. and Mr? John R. Flauchton aid daughter. Heien. la Y. Yash- i mgton a v.. id t Satui dav for Ojihway -Island. Point Aul Rani. Ont.to spend the balame of the n-.ontii. then summer vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Youni:. ' lu '; m'v i. i e r-i ed word from their! -or, William II. Young, ."uath aerial -t'tdtom of hi.- safe arrival over sea.. Re foro sailing he was station ed at i "amp Fharlotte. N . Sergt. Harr.v Anderson and w ife have leturned to Fhi'.ago after visit-I lug with his parent:-. Mr. and Mrs j F. F Andei son. w-t of the city Slit:. Amir-r.-on is .-tation"! at F'ort :;- T.a. ADD S H 0 E DEPART MENT - an .bi..j feature of Kconomy O f pa f t me ii t - tloM e ha been e-tab-li h"d an c. b'.Mve di'iuvtiii' I't for the sa'c of vMunen's. misses' ;;,il rii'.bil e:,U. -lue -. The departjmUt i.-- Pi cb irg" of .1. oh!;, formerly of ('Iii-ago. and i- said to he one of the larg'.-t :fi th;-- tlou of th" sta'.e. Th" b p., rt men ; via- -'pemd t. the public Sit I t'd.l V". IO HOLD I K At K Ml hi -. Th" mur.nip.il rriii'm i om ruC- has ,inun-'-,i :' tr.li k ni ets to be h !d Ct'uver j'.,t grounds, on of Fridav. Aug. I'll, am ir.g Sati'i d iv- p.'.ortiirg. it th l the evening the follow -Tle Oung pn.pii f r om ; i t h m : n i. i pa 1 pla y gro'.tt he ai ,.e invited to p.uticipate in 1 1 : At Wheelock's r'rst j-it to 0':r Mat in home. Many times I looked hack to that night when I had lain schwing on nr.v bed fighting the demon of .iealoi, and -'.t!pe,l in amaC'ir.ent at my own folly. That evening had ended in Dicky's arms on our moonlit eranda. and 'r nince hp hnd bff ti the roal ti ii rirpf iin fi , ii rsi i u ur . i wondered acuelv some'.inips if h had K'.K-Cjed the uild 2 rief and jeal- oj whirh had con'jmcd me on that nicht, but If he had any ink- hr.r of it he made no ?iRn ilea. Praper had gone out of our live tein ioraril . If I had needed to Picky real feel- rea.--urance as int. for her. the manner in which he told me the news of her join 5 would l.ae civtn it to in. -fJlaa the luck." he giowled one fAfiiUU. a,fter reading a manuscript hih he had been commissioned to ilbistratr. Heres something lll.PI AYHRflllMn PCQTIWAI ne"d Piaoer for. and she's l'OO miles ( away. I nullit to hae known better than to let her go." The tone and words wet e exactly what he would have used if the girl had been a man or boy in his em- pjo iaen in my surprise at his new s I recognized this, and my heart . in er play held on Aug. A pro leaped exultantly. I was careful. ! gi a m with liiusn-. singintr. games, however, to keep mv v oi e noncti al-j folk dances, athletics and play ant. ground Units has been arranged. 'Wh.' has Mis PraP"t gone: ione awav?" 1 aked. Oil, that's so. 1 didn't tell nu!" In- returned cajelessly. looking up fiom the manuscript. "Y"s. she went away two davs ago. S"he has a g a mlmot her. or .1 int. or old party of some l.ind down in Pennsylvania who is sick and has sent for her. ' (iue tu I- ?s the tiid girl has scads of coin ed a way somew here, ar.il Di a per things she'd better be around when 1 t h a ged rela tiv e pa-e in her checks. Ret a rooky she won't die at that, but if she's goint; to. I wish shel hurry up about it I need Draper badly, and sh" won't hack until the oai :;irl either croaks or gets better." v Fnder otlier ci i cu m stances. the c; llou-ness of this sjieech, thh rrarsencys of some of the expres sion, the calling of Miss Prapet by her .surname, would have grated up- on m". Rut I was too rejoiced both Hi llie gill s uepailllie 1110 ill-- iimi ter of fart way in which Picky took ir to be captious about the -language in wmrh he couched the news of her gcing. Vomen's War Work sKiAlbSWINC CANMNb. lYiiit- Without sugar. I. See that ail equipment is readv before Martine. .'. Test ins and tu I Vers. Select onl fresh. firm, sound products. 4. Prepare by cleaning, sort ing stemming. seeding, paring and coring. Scald or biaiieh peaches apricots, tigs anl plums 1 to 2 minutis m boiling 'irtter or slea m i". . Pip nui' klv into i old wa ter. Finish preparation. Omit steps and h for all fruits not name d 7. Pack at once in la", clean glas.- jars or other containers. V Pour over the fruit thf boil ing hot. water. :c Wipe around top of jar i.trefully with clean doth. !0. Pia e scalded rubber and cap in position. II. Partially tighten tops; seal t:n ans completely. 2. Sterilize for th" ln?th of tune Kiv-n below. according to ih" particular type of outfit used. Hot water bath .. minutes Water teal '.'14 degrees . . a .'. lb. steam pressur . . . 1 '2 1 '. Keinove jars from canncr; sea l ( omplPteiy. 14. Invert to tevt joints for juul o!" Ifakf 1... e'ool as quicklv a. possible, avoiding diafts lv. Utb'M. wrap an'! store for w mf r ne. F-e for pie tilling., puddings, i- s. smes. salad- and m th' u -.i,ipg of f i u it punches. NO i:XTIl A 1. 1, 0 WAN CI". I OK I WIK DISRLXY. Ptsplavs or lakes and ountv and mteistute fairs pie Will th at i ? m - necessity be prepared 'rom dividud allotment of sugar a nd rio . i . a.nl no extra allowances will I e given to ar.v housewiie or "aKer1 for th:- purpose. This statement , issued from Iii ".in e Oi .O.IU 1 I'O'l .uuimis- I tt.itot C. A. Carlisle Saturda morning incident to tne .'nnounce ment that judges on all food e. h;bi have been Tequeste'.' to judge turK .4)iT,ii tt -' t V r . x - -T. 1 r 0 T . v . . f v V. i 1 W i .-'. .1 . 1 ! 1 I- ."T. Ul i I r- i ,reme ,o vuuu com-tm.... vv.m. th federal food regulations ! Food administrator iae i en ; urged to set in touch wuth !a:r of- ouls with v.ew ro preventing ,ipv 'o ..' f.i.-,,' thit b-i ;.MM,.hc witC.. i. '..- i ..- .u.iat reasonab price. We a'.. h uv i s the hope . i f the idm'.r'.etrit'.or; thit the-e w ill be an absolute minimuni - ' wantage of w h 4 . o ; . a nd gl r th'.s v f;i Twe-!y-two women were presen a: a cold pack canning demprstra- t.on . Miss Juriita Mills, rounty . home demonstration aient in the Amis st school Fridav afternoon. Tt.eie wis ai-o H 1 1 1 k on food con- sera!inn hv Mrs j y Rpt.nser. ,41o F .-out h l ITHREE MEN CHARGED : WITH STEALING CARS ARE BOUND OVER' I .laa'il . r i H pr . rl liar P W n O iwe,e arr Med at lowawc. Mich j dne'la. 'barged with st ealin g (the Ford automobile of Chares ll'ariAn SI MtrhiMn vt las M O r. - 'brook park, and -who were brought; Park to South B'nd Thursday after-) noon. were t.oMnd over to the rircu.t ronrt Siturdav morning. Whei. ar- raigned before Jude (lilmet two nun pleaded not guilt. Ar ha Horton. 1 7 -ars dr.. 1 ., Caroline st., arrested Thursday nigh', charged with taking the automobile of John .N'ewhouse from in front of) v..v ..v... u . .. ....... . . . v... i I'r.y -w ith another boy took :h nia ; chine for a ride, and later wa. ar- ; tfl. A rharpe of stealing tdc-ycle? ! ' was also lodged apa in?t Horton. Thi: charge was crvitiniied to Aup. .'7. ' Walter KUiki. xvho told the judce 'that he took five drtnk. of whisky; , before leaing his honie ' asome-j wh'-ie" In Michigan, was r;nd J . and iiosts on a charge of intoxication. jonn ooiastein. cnargea witn ex-1 ; feeding the speed limit, was üntd $ j : a r.d cost?. TO BE HELD AUG. 31 AT THE OLIVER FIELD The fourth annual play ground festival will be held at the j. p. under the stress n modern wa L'ndet 1 I time condition? a combined move - j ment has been instituted, under the j f uspices of the children'? buia?au. j the women" division d tiie coun ar.d the play tv oumU of defence. igiound asso iatio.j of America, to 1 stimulate the encoui agemen of ! play. With fathers and. brothers at j the front, and mother? nd sisters busied w ith Red Cross and other war time work, there i gre.it daij- j so the doctor took a pa:r of foiceps ger of child delinquency, as has al- J and pulled it out and v.ith it some ready been proven, not only in the: ui my blou-e lminc, which wen; in enemies'. but in the allied countries . to the wound with the fragment It a.- well. was mjite painful, but todav 1 am Therefore there has been insti- f"elms tine and enjoying the tine tutpd a drive for a patriotic piav weather here. I don't know when I week, or a war time recreation ' will Iiop the hospital, b it hope that drive. and it has been suggested that this wee"rt be held from Sept. 1 to j worry about me, he- aue I am get 7. In this ciiv. however, it has been , linu aionu tine, a- I said befote. ! arranged to employ the dtive as a , sort of culmination of the j program of plav. summer EDWARD MADIGAN TO ENTER ENSIGN SCHOOL Fldward Madigan. who has been director at the J. . lier play field since K. K. Rockne entered military training at Camp hrint has received a call to report at the Municipal Pier in Chicago, vvhere he will enter the naval ensinn school next Monday morning. His place ln.s not vet been definitely rilled, although it is though? that a Notre Oaine student will succeed him. influenzatkIss" THROUGH HANDKERCHIEF N'FAY Y("RK. Aug. IT. Persons who want to avoid the Spanish m rluenza or the common garden va riety of the same disease, weie warn- I ed by the New York ciry department of health today not to kiss "except through a handkerchief." Whil" advising osculatory re- j straint. IfealFi Commissioner Cope- land announced that investigation . lias failed to jhow any signs of the Spanish affliction aboard the Nor wegian steamship which arrived re cently with manv sust.ected cases. JEWS IN PALESTINE ENLIST WITH BRITISH bON'DON. Aug. 17 The enthu siasm that has marked the opening of recruiting offices in .Jerusalem and Jaffa for the enlistment of the Jews of Paltstine as reinforcement for Jewish battalions sent out from England has been -striking and sig nificant, according to dispatches re ceived by Renter's. 1d. The olun- teer movement began In Palest ine ome weeks befor e the ai rival of either the Zionist commission or the first Jewish battalion from Kn-land. OIL TANK STEAMER AFIRE OFF HATTERAS RF.AFFORT. Aug 1 7. A JiUtge oil tank steamer is a ! miles off '""ape Hattera? .nr. ....... a oc ord - j ing to report.- brought here tonight, j A submarine is lyine close by. The I member of the crew have been taker, off by life guards. It is pre- turned the submarine t? a German I and the tanker was st on tire by j -hell fire. SKKCiT. imi.MIK AKPdVKS . A Fmrner. of rural route No. 1. Ro T. South Pend. has received word that his son. Serct M. Rurner, of Co. R, th1 Fifth F. S en- gineet s. ha.- arrived safelv over- sea? . K,. , WJ , votir cast-Oft c iot h- Ir.g and shoe? a'pav for hi?h-ra1e shoe repairing rtnd tailoring, or pay ou in cah for tnern. v ? make i F'cor.d-hand goods l etter than ne-1 ny expert meenantes u tnern and seii evervthmg in the hne of tools, furniture and stores of ah kind. May's sonldb'nd S'ore. .- Mtchtcan !.. i orrer T :tf st. P ! ! : 5 4 - - A d v '.v:.6-tf YICTKOLA lUXORRv We have jut received an enor r .cus shipment of Victor records or i, nek orders. Practically all of th tt'lts' j The are no in -toc (et voura . W. Coi P M imc Shop. 37-I7--Advt. DE A THS iohv if. ri TZ. .'oht IF Merz. n rt- c. f'.r- ' ia . - . . .i i . : i i . . . i . mit .!' nterv iU,-. M-ch.. earl Fridav r,; ! T-"'r ioi, owing f' en nm ; l-ness r'' dropsy. :h M SUrVlVer" a! - Wife .,1, TN H. Mi da '. i Xil s. .M rf J. ... JJSU bo u gh P Me', of Meri:pl-,i-. TVnn. und ! M ;f - Ma ni" I Metz oi South Ijer.fi jA son, John P. Met., is now s M - j at i of j th ' it tioiird with the heay artillery i West I'oint. Ky. At present all tthe dauehters are Ii .in; ,;i So. I'.nd. Mr. MeV. was born I.e.i d in Pa . .Tan. ' i. 1 4 4 a nd '. nearly all Iii- j :-e n vea i s. ' I !ii ed in South Hf nd For the lis llfH. enij'ioyed in j I i n rorn auicmc'iie v-or-.s ;i i l'e-j . . T 1 ... T 1 T I tioit. and nad spent th'- preceding' (winter 111 Florida for h.s health. ! Th" funeral will be held at the! 1 I Russell chapel Saturday aft"tnonn; j at 1' o rlock. the Rev. K Younej I offn'ia ting. Rutfal will bp 4n River- I view. The bodv mav b virwed : from Saturday niormn: u 0 to he ; time of the funeral. NEAL BEROTH WOUNDED IN MARNE FIGHTING j (CONTIM'KÜ FROM PACJK ONK.i I - land I wert to sleep as soon .1 I laid 'down and they let m' slvep an hour : before starting oat to work again. Wotiiidrtl by shell l-YagiiM-nt. "The station wa ii.oved ac.iin. ' loser to the nrinc hue, that K we .-I'll ted. At'out haif way a lue sh il struck among 1.' of u.-. and put 1" of the 1" out of action. two knled and eight wounded. It w.fs there , that I was wounded. a small b; dop wound m the left hip. I walk ed to an ambulance, a h.V.f mile awav and rinally landed here at this hospital near Pari-. The doctor -aid that he would have to oper,t" bit j when the took me over j erating room. the saw to the op. that t " shell fragment eould be taken o ! w ithout my taking an anaesthetic. !; w ill h" soon. pon't let mother Perhaps the censor will ailow me to j sav that I was in the big battle and that is all I will attempt to sav 1 about it, voa will know. Weil. I an. ciosinc with lots f loe to all. "Your loving son. 'Pvt. F.-t. Cls. Nea 1 P. Reroth. "Ambulance 'o.. No. 2, "American Fx. Forces." Notre Dame News Two members of the faculty at the Fniversitv of Notre Dame, the Rev. Dr. Fügen- Rurke. C. S. C, 1 professor of Kngli-di and the Rev. William A Rolger. C. . C. dean of the economics department will deliver .a series of ad irr- s.-es during I the next Libert- loan riiupaign in i South Rend. Roth profes.-ors h.ave gladly ac cepted the invitation extended to them bv the South P."nri committee land have already begun prepara- ' tions for the next dri. P.otii a' 1 . . . influential speakers and t r. i.a'.im was the ptm ipal sp"ak- at a fir" well dinner given in honor of a draft contingent whih left for a training amp last Jura . I F.nsign Jcionu Mi' cr. vv im wa.-' (graduated from the department of : journalism at the Fnc.er.sity o X'..t ru llQnu, in 1 i 1 T . t ..U 1 . i V !. I 'U 111 ' .11 A . A , .-" ... run Mater Frida- alUinoon and v a s the finest of th facuitv. Kmign Miller reeeived a con'int .ssion alter taking the leuuired louts" of train ing at Pelham Ray. l'verv member of the It 1 7 ilas- in the department of journalism is :n the service of I'ncle Sam todav . the last one to go was Leo Ferner of South Bend with the last draft quota. The l ift spiritual retreat for lav - m- n at the Lmversitv of Notre Pa me opened Friday evening ;n the ihuiel; of Our Idy of Sacred Hefvft. A nu!Vibi of . asin'-s tnn from Indianapolis are at'epding the retreat vhiiii is conduced by the Kev . .lames I-'renth. '. S who is assisted bv the Rev Mallo.v. S. C. '.. and Joseph SWEDEN REPLIES TO MEDIATION SUGGESTION LONDON. Aug I T.- A-'coi ding toiKansa. enroute fo Virginia, where a Copenhagen dispatch to the Kx-jThev are t - enance in government change Telegraph Co.. Prof. Rden. j work . He is relieved to have '-, p the Swedish premier, replying to a deputation from the Swedish organ ization of Good Templars, who; asked whether one of the neutral; states could take the initiative te- . . . i sraruing peace negotiations. vn.i that a there uns no reason to br- Jliee th the oelligerents were will ing to consider mediation Sweden ! io .Id not commence negotiations. Sweden, the preinie- rdied, was i following the present 1 1- e iop nie n tc '.with g-;-eat intere-r and was at the 1 n ' ' po1" n " ir'" "ar,-"u w ",!?apha I houM an ,,eHrp for mA,s,',::,,n ',p ' i expressed. J'jFORMER LA FOLLETTE CANDIDATE TO PRISON i j M APIS N. W Au IT Monroe -a .Uge fortuer aonn .v. i.'-ck' of Ig FoP'-t t- ra ndidate t governor. wa- ntencei here todnv r-v f r a I t ' t n ; ' eai ;n Fort Leavenworth for vio lation of the espionage act. Roup R N.icler. former asistant secretary of sate of Wisoon-m. w;ts g.ven months' lmprisonmet,: m ihe ame cha nee Ro4h --n'-n s are staved, pendrrrg apf.eals. 1 ' cp 'M ff - x i.WiX Soldier for Knitting DON'T STOP your knitting tor the Soldier Boys don't Stop one minute1! They will need all these warm things soon. We are fortunate in receiving new ship ments ot yarns for the soldier hoys' sox and sweater, wristlets and helmets. The prices are very low at Ellsworth's for yarns. Khaki Yarns for army pound, or sweaters, 90c Gray heavy quality tor the 80c Good Shepherd Yarns a new lot in grey at Ooc skein or S.S.ou pound. The khaki at S3. 20 pound or 80c Skein We also have a new shipment or lovely cream white yarns for heavy socks at S3.00 Pound . If. Ä M s 44 LOCAL BOY IS ON ! U.S. LfSTOFMEN Oliver Whitt. Near Here, is in Casualty Record of 55 Names. WASIH.N lITbX, A.Z. IT. A 'sec ond sectior of today's casualties list. Issued late t.-i'i.iV, showed 1.'. vvieund d .-ev'ialy and 1 ttiis.-ing in ac i t;on. (The .-eef ',y ununded m- ! . J ( i e . 1 pvts C.uv 1". Pntrliett. Log : ; n.-poi a . Ind.. und 'live- Wh'.u ; Clifton st.. p. I '. I). No. 1 , South ! f ',e ioi . Ind. ; The two srt:-n rontain a total of a name.- 'I'h'1 i;av fienrtment did not issue a marine corps P-t 'The ,'iirn 1 t was- divide, J ri- f'u ' lows: ixiiled :r. a mn. Is.. Wo an dec sperey, Te, Miss;n- in :-tior. . 1 FIND KANSAS MAN'S BODY NEAR SEYMOUR, SKYMoFR. Ind.. Aug IT Rat: mrre and Ohio railroad, f etion men j lodav found the bodv of a man. who i from papers in Ins pocket- was iden tified as C. Young of ' "off' v -.II. Kas Ith.. man :s : el:e' ed to have been of f,Cif w o t k e r s from one of a nartv I killed b falling from the train. ICTI.M OF" Al'MAslA. ew s-1'iaien Spe. bervire; MARION. lnd . Aue 17 -Two i traveling t ags rilled with olds an u e n u s b fr'.nt rshhooks to wooden stakes, and a gtain i-ack full ot m:- elar.eous pieces (-,f n on. hes;.i". the rasped cloth's he vore are the .cole heon2tngs of a ,MtnBl,'t man P' r.e,i up ry a oepury ner:n nere. I ., .-aid that h" ; - n-'rr;. o4 .1. I "TUR WAR XXiM'int-. cn s-1'! in.j Sp-H-la! Se- vj. e: ' mur WAYNF. Ind.. Au i7 'O't'.cials of Auburn, I'ekalr ounty. re on tne w,i;- path ;or war ,oa:ers. An ordinance ir.nfly p-ed pro vides heavy fir.e for anv miie per son '.etweon the ;;g-y of, PT and ."' i . fftljn p.'ln.:. The ordirarf a!r.o empha tia ! v describe- the war loaf er. Tradln j with advertisers means more for less cash. 'VI I V 1 arns cood quality at S3. bo a Skein Yarns sailor hoys, Skein at Y Tue BR.IGHT&&T spot OLDER NAMED EDITOR OF 'FRISCO NEWSPAPER ! SAN FRANC I SC . v. ' 1 7 F ' W. Kellogg, publisher of the Van Francisco Call and Po-t, announ-ed editoiially today tliat 1'fninoi o;jer. former Tnanaging ediTr.r of the Sa i lYancisco Rulletin. hud ren ninied 'editor of the Call and Po-t. In the statement Kello;;; -aid thai lie held 4i pt- ctTil of the i ': rind Po-t stork with an agieen.en. to - i the "all to Y . P. Hearst at ,oiy tim giving him I" davs' notice. .IVMIN C ONDITION sblliol s. P. A LT I M R F. M-i . Aug. ;T Tne condition of Sen. !!;" Jnr)e of K'etlt.c k. Who Iris been a. Joh'is Hopkins hospital for more than t'io TTlonths. IS tonight lepm ted I" pel - -on- who ranie m contact w::,i h:m at the hO-pitrtl e-y -erioiis T(',f etrni" beat of the iasr two vo has weakep'-d the ,-er.ator Trat:.-f i s:on of tilood has ae'-ii i-miT'U t.. and the lio-pital pnv sic;-, ris r ( t his condition a- unchanged. LATE TO BLU, EARLY TO RISE Lot u ny that durinf the dtj you will kep on canninf if you ar wii. Fre book of tnatruetion on iwnini and drying may b hal from tho Na tional War Cardtra Commiaaion.Wah ington, D. C, for two cent to pay soatage. WINTER IS COMING Thia aifonia a perf-rxtly gooc tnon for canning 4ctrytning yeu ;an. Free book of inatrxictiona on canning and drying may b had frora tne National Wr CarJn Commiiiion, VS'tihinfton, D. C, for two cents to pay poit(. "Meet Me at Ellsi'cor til's Furnishing Section Toniilhr Tel! that friends or tnenci wife f:!l Depi. place. ionielit. Make worth's Men's von: meeting Buy our furnishing here and ave mone . The very latest styles. the best Qualities, all at 'w prices. . sk t n ee the nne we are scllinc at 2(c a pair with linen heel and tue. won der for god wear. 7 I 111. . (- .mm Ti: f ti towp I I I.N I II I't I. sy"Ss - iitjii Jii: ir. f M I tf t jc '.' r tß M r a let M -. I i ,w .. f d i' and son, Ri- t. i ; d . of s,,,,., P. en i. -per.t the 'Veen m! u i! Si Mi ami M s Fr .. nk i 'Ita p p.! ml : . .o : ' The o up. 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R" White r a ii a .1 f . ro .'. ar-c M . ". 1 M t. fohr. Rr r k h r."''..'".; ,-, M:Ti- i ga n ' t ! e i .ri'bv ALL MEN. 21. MUST REGISTER FOR DRAFT v i ? i , -1 ; "u . v gx r d e i a ' ,( r v ,..' f ' ' M..r H r, e a tola- , i. ' . e . C ' : ' ' ' ' A i g . : 1. .-' -eg ou nu s : c h .i ' f ;et . r r w h . . v e - .1 . r r r r- r e ,-n p - ' - o . ( , T - e r , p t rt r, i iatr W'iP b .-; --. r A ' e ; '.. hrt e ' n i ' ma.;- ' f Ti - i 1 ' "' d - n i ' IIU'OIIH l oll ,n N K 7' ' r , - - . I ;. , - . , , I .A FA Y KTTF. 1"" . . f , . ri t , v ... - fii -XI I .. K r - o- - d: - e r n '. f.,.1 .- ' ' -r. s ; s: X !' -hip r- . f ; r .. , t Ta lU;s V ! h" j I I . . a i o ..'. "-.f e T pe i. ' . r o tri :- r, 1 d ;-. .'(.":o ' '. - t . . . -of p i : ' r a r- u -i z -mon'h- 'i i 1 " rr r ' ä ? : ' -upp :d h' g- e 'he ; . r. r ' - a - Join the U. S. Army or Navy Nov Your Country Necth You! Your postmaster Is t qualified recruiting officer.