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THE SOUTH BEND NEWSTIMES ZOO GUTS GAME i 1 5 1 inr 1 1 ii n Trunni" i n n.u. lrmi Kalamazoo Says Time Needed for Induction Freshmen at Culver Today. Kala mazoo . V.l m? mt N'otr.' D inip rn CirtiT tM .t r i r! i y aft ernoon. a-or'"in o u :'! received by Athl' ti" Dirf tor l:'- knv The reason for the c i nr II i tion mailt by th Michigan '.fn is that thir men hio (-r-n tu r:,if ;mi ir occuriM by ln'Jii' ti' :i into tho S. A. T. C. Just as !iaf th- .N'otre Dame men -'it thu -ml of the line. Ii appotntnient iei;rn.-i at the GoM and Hlue school lcau?" t ri - tt-ani was anxious for tho pm" -U'! the far. are ken to et, a ronte-' on th home prournl. Coach Kockn on receiving word of Kalamazoo's action, t'fg;tn im mediately trying to arrange a frarr.e for Saturday, Oct. l'J. on the home Krounds. He prefers to stai; one wlth some nearby army camp. The co.ich is anxious to wf- a. Rood tron t-ani fo ha to interest the. fans, but especially to put his men up against 8omethin strum; before the toujrh strudle with NVbrat-ka the wffk following. S'.ttuiytay of next uck is an open dale as yet. Training for the annual cross country race will beqin probably next week. Van Won trrsehen. win ner of th race la?t year, has al ready be n out and so have ore or two other-, but under the dis turbed condition s incident to or-L-ani.in' a military unit at the uni erMty. it has been im jt"sMbIt to cot out all the Eooi material around th i r ? hool. The freshmen nre luckier than the ait-ity, and will co down to 'ulvr in pretty aood ?hape and de termined to' cive the cadets a run for their money. They will feel th bs of their best men. who won a berth on the varsity siu id. but this ui'.es a ha nee to the younger men and they are determined to seize the opportunity of putting theind e n the mi p. rC JC 3C jc r )c BOWLING SCORES vV A Af mA 'T ' r 9 u ii son nun. i.i;.(ii i;. i"Mi:i: i;ak - 'iikrol(z l.,7 11 P7 II. I riu 117 lb". l-'l I'.irr H 1 i i loj Imi .iiii..f-i r.y. it -, nr. 4:, '."; !Ci i:.t 4"i Tr.N T.:; 77') 'Vio -.'t vj i rrriN; .1- li p.s lis W It.-riii-ki Uo 11 1J "CJ I - 1 i.vj 1:; l.v; 41 lis .!.inski 'M . .VW I'. .'ii. 1: kv. lr: 4'' T.'tiM ca : 711 t:71 jrJs siiirriN: - I'liti.in n i:7 17'. P-'i l.ird'Mi ii' r;t. be; .".."7 i:n.-..w siv! ir. mi 1 j; i.'.t; l'.ii. ? 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Women's Christian apsoctatlon 1 arraneln to take over the Mel-ner cafe of this city and will onT.ite It a a. public lunch room on th cafeteria plan. All new fixture are to be installed and hrtt class bervice in promised. County Fuel Administrator H. H. Ciortner today Jsud a bul'etin fix ing $2 a bushel as the maximum prk for potatoes. Four cent per pound the price fixed for quanti tie less than a peck, while Z 5 cents i.s the maximum price for a peck. Several das aco Firs' Laut. (Ifortre Thompson of the aerial pa trol .-er if- In Panama notified his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Thompson of the Kesler flats In this rliy that he wan endinpr them two trained pet monkeys which he hlm eif raptured on one of the islands in the canal zone. The monkeys arrived over the Bl Four last niht via the American Railway Kxpress, and while beins transferred by one of the Henry line of drays to the distributing sta tion west of the New York Central station, the crate containing them became dislodged and (hopped from the wagon at Second rtnd Franklin sd.. The larger of the two monkeys escaped and the smaller one was found de id in its ca'e within the crate. l'mployes of the dray line declare that the smaller monkey as dead when the train arrived here. At any rate, the larger monkey is still enjoying his liberty and no trace has been found of him. Darin? the forenoon express com pany employes were notified that the monkey hail been captured at the hish school buildlr.p;. One of the employes hurried to the build ing, only to learn that the sum mons had been sent by a would-be jokester, who explained that there were a lot of four-footed ones In the buildin'-: and that he could have hi? choice of any of them. DIES OP PLAGUE Mrs. Emily Wise, Mother of Five Children, is Victim of Spanish Influenza. News Times Special Servl. e: KLKIIAI'T, Ind.. Oct. 5. The lirst tatality was recorded here Fri ll ay, from the Spanish influenza epi demic which has gripped the city. The victim is Mrs. Emily Wise, wife of I-ewis Wise of Laurel t.. mother of Ave children ranging from two to fifteen years of age. Mrs. 'it passed away at 7 o'clock Friday morning and one of the pathetic circumstances connect ed with her death is that her life might hne been spared had she been able to secure help in taking cue of her family, every member of whom was ill of the disease. Her over-exertion caused pneumonia to develop. Mrs. Wise was 3 8 years of ace. The body will be taken to Ladro tomorrow for interment. WEST POINT GAME IN EAST IS CANCELLED WFST POINT. X. V.. Oct. 5. The army's football game with Hoston college, scheduled to be played here 'Saturday, has been called off, it was announced Friday night, because of the war department's urder'that the two upper classes be graduated Nov. I. The whole football situation here , now is badly upset, and all games may be cancelled for lack of gridiron materia. f the 400 cadets who will remain after the graduation, only -ii are on the football squad. HIGH SCHOOL MEETS DOWAGIAC TODAY S.vjth 1! ml high school football . artists -nt through their tinal practi i'riday niht for the game wiin 1 ow .i -iaet Mieh., which is to take plac' this afternoon at Olher's ELKHART WOMAN "-'"' ! Held. ! Tl;e b'-al men are in first class ."..7 ; da pe b.irring a few minor injuries. ::'j.ind should !e able to chalk up Uhu luiiiu nur wim utile trt'Ul.Ie. Tii" men tb.it will in all proba bility stirt the encounter are: Mr.;!!:. I ; t end: lUintman, left :';Mt.ukb : Wundrrlick, left guard: Kose -','! or llollowell. tenter; (Iluechert. l. . ; ri Fit ir.iird: Watters. rieht tackle: ' "-' j Fdwar.is. right end: Iinehart. quar-,-sljtcr: Ft-rai:e and Ulj-en. halfback. and We.b-'d. fullback. d ISOLDIERS WILL GIVE THEIR VIEWS OF AN IDEAL XMAS PRESENT PIUS. ct. 7. A campaign has been started by the Stars and Stripe the o:b.-iil publication of the Amer ican expeditionary forces, to learn ! from the soldiers themseh cs the i !e:.l Fhristmas i"esent. Ilecul itions l'.mit the size of pack.mes to nine by four by three inches. It is '.he intention of the. in order to pre er.t useless shipment of packages. Patronize the advertiser he b there to serve you. POLLY AND HER V'6bT a Wa I Got) . jl vJ HöieU n 11 a. M.war Fralur GUT FIREWOOD TO E 100 LOT Trees to Leave in Farm Tim ber Tract and Those to Remove for Fuel. In cutting firewood for this win ter's emergency fuel supply, the operation should be undertaken with the double purpose of furnishing heat and improving the farm wood lot at the same time. The United States department of agriculture ha? issued a brief statement which tells what trees to leave and what to cut. It recommends that the trees be marked for cutting now while the leaves are on them, even if other farm work prevents the actual fell ing until later, because it ia easier to tell the different kinds of foliage than by the bark. But the cutting should be done as soon as possible if the firewood is to be used this winter, so there will be some time for the wood to season. In the New England and middle Atlantic states the following kinds should be left standing to furnish lumber, except in the case of indi vidual trees that are crooked, knotty, diseased, or defective: Whito Pine, red spruce, balsam, chestnut, white oak, red oak, hard maple, yellow birch, tulip poplar, white ash. hickory and basgwood. Trees of Levs Value. The trees of le?s value for lum ber, or slow growing, and which should be cut are: Hemlock, arbor vtae, black oak. scarlet oak. red mple, beech, gum, elm, gray birch and ironwood. In Ohio, Indiana, Illinoi3 and southwest Missouri save: Yellow poplar, black walnut, red gub. white oak, red oak, cottonwood. hickory, white ash, hard maple and bass wood In these states the trees to be cut from the farm wood lot for firewood are: Black cak, red elm, beech and red maple. In the northern parts of Michlsan, Wisconsin and Minnesota, the trees to be saved for lumber are; White pine, red pine, aspen, yellow birch, basswood. red oak. white ash and hard maple. Firmers in the northern section of these states may well cull out for firewood, and thxts impiove the value of their timber stands, the fol lowing trees: Jack pine, hemlock, scarlet oak, black oak, elm and beech. In the southern portions of the?e lake states Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota farmers would do well to save: White oak, red oak, white ash. basswood. hickory and hard maple. The trees that may be removed for fuel in the southern farming sec tion of these states are: Black oak, red elm and beech. IIAICD rOAIi. Is getting scarcer each day. People will be fortunate If they can get all the soft coal they need. Have you a soft coal stove? SVe our line be fore you buy. Quality is up to our usual standard and prices are close. Beimold. at 1-3 N. Main st. Advt. 726S-tf FIRST IN THE NEWS-TIMES American Boys in Ifly yy?43ii 4&& -j I I Ll-V - - -' - tLv.; 'v-. .:vv s -....; -W- J v ,V Ts'. ,fi i1 t ; FvWvfe ZV; fiV NAv.v'J kM O- - ic-- L4,r.Tr.. .. K t;W -i t v rCv-W ; '; -'' - No. 1 Left to rieht: Pvt. Ray C. Untrer. Chicago, casualty station; Miss M. Ratner. New York. Kings county unit; Miss H. Sullivan, Phila delphii. Kincs county unit; Pvt. J . B. McKamie, Tulare, Calif., injured by airplane propeller; Pvt. William F. Gartner. Newark, broken ankle ; Mi$s Icrothy Kaynor, Southamp ton. Long island. Kings county unit; Pw. J. Hes-lin, Wharton, N. J., ta ken tick at Sennir.gham. PALS (Copyright. 101v Per Servic. Inr f.r..l Rrilain Riaft'. R T 7 Tf "r-J M Ik iL ikl AT Tili: OUVEH.N There will be a matinee this aft ernoon of "Maggie Pepper," Charles Kleine's greatest play. Beginning tomorrow afternoon the bill will be "The Song of Songs." Irene Fen wick's success of last season. Mr. Williams is giving the piece a com plete scenic production for each of the Ihe acts and owing to the drawing power and the quality of the play, "The Song of Songs" will be held over for the entire week. There will be a reception held on the stage Tuesday afternoon and the public will be cordially invited to attend. Besides the production of the coming week, Mr. Williams has provided for high class vaude ville offerings to entertain between acts while the set is being made. The came regime is being followed at the Great Northern Hippodrome in Chicago, with enormous success. at Tin: Arnnoim'M. Virginia Pearson in "The Queen of Hearts" is the principal attraction at the Auditorium today. The story is an interesting one: On her return to her home after many years abroad, Pauline Cher aud is shocked to discover that her father has turned the house into a gambling establishment. Her plead ings induce him to agree to aban don this disreputable mode of life, but a few nights later Pauline stum bles across his dead body in the li brary. Pauline takes a vow to pur sue to justice the guilty party. She remembers seeing three men enter the library on the fatal evening, one of whom, she believes, killed the old man. Believing als) that every criminal sooner or later returns to the scene of his crime, she decides to continue her father's gambling salon, and to become its mistress. ne of the trio, who had owed her father a large sum of money, is de tected by Pauline rifling the dead man's desk. Under the spell of her passionate avowal that she desires a cave man. Pauline surprises the sec ond suspect into a boastful confes sion that he his already killed hi? man. The third man, whose love is returned by Pauline, falls under suspicion when a button from his coat Is founn in the room on the night that Pauline's father died. How the plot is worked out can only be appreciated by seeing the 'play. The Pa the News, "Broncho Billy, the Sheriff," and one of James Montgomery Flagg's clever come dies are also on today's bilj. "The Human Tiqer," a two reel western drama: "Hello. Troubles," a two reel comedy: Mutt and Jeff. the Pathe News and "Brass Bullets" are tomorrow's bookings. AT Till: T.ASAI.I.K. Another showing of Bill Hart's latest and best picture, entitled "Shark Monroe," is given at the I.a Salle theater today. HU chance from the character of outlaw to that of a brutal sa captain is a welcome one and some wonderful "shots" of the great northern snow country are shown. Katherine MaePonald makes a most beautiful heroine, who arouses a true love in the heart of the ravage man. "Madame Jealousy." an allegori cal play patterned after "Fxperi-eiu-e," and by the same author. u tomorrow's T .a Salle attraction, which star- the !.f.nitiful finftinivil favorite, Paulina Fredericks. As Red Cross Hospital at ) ' ' As a International News Tire) L RJUr4 in U. S. Pattnt Off ic brooding jealousy. Miss Frederick has a strong though unsympathetic role to portray and the trouble she makes for Valor and Charm, result in their broken marriage vows. Tom Meighan is prominently featured in her supporting cast. AT THE OIU'IIKUM. Final performance of the present vaudeville bill which featured the Crewell Fanton company in a mili tary spectacle, will be given at the Orpheum theater today. Other acts included on the program are Larry Comer, Hal Stephens. Stone and Hajs and the Brittons. On the new bill which has its opening tomorrow, acting honors are equally divided between the mu sical comedietta "Marcel'e" and Lovett'n "Concentration." a combi nation of mystery and music. Fred Flliott, a bright young chap with a most pleasing personality, promises to keep the audience in an uproar with his impersonation of a small town "dude." The Peerless trio of singers, dancers and comedians, and Kartell!, an artist of the tight wire, rounds out the excellent bill. liASAIXi: REPKATS hart si:. rurruiu: "Shark Monroe," a tale of the sea ami of adventure in the Klondyke gold fields, featuring W. S. Hart, is shown asain at the LaSalle today. The story is a stirring one of rea sonable happenings and filled with interesting incidents that occur dur ing the trip up the western coast and across the snowy fields of the far north. A plausible romance is interwoven and Mr. Hart does some of the best acting of his screen career, aided by charming Kath erine MacDonald, and a capable cast. A Christie comedy is also shown. Sunday: Pauline Frederick in "Madame Jealousy," an allegorical play. MAY DEPRIVE FOUR RED SOX PLAYERS OF THEIR SERIES BADGES CHICAGO. Oct. 5. The national baseball commission has decided to discipline members of the cham pionship Boston American club, who after the world's series, engiged in a trip under the name of the Red Sox, Pres't Johnson of the American league announced tonight. Bush. Sehang. Strunk and Mayer are among the players under inves tication, Pres't Johnson said, but he did not indicate what measures would be taken to punish them. Exhibition games were played in violation of the commission's orders to disband at the close of the world's series. Pres't Johnson aid that the com mission had about decided to de prive the Boston players of the in dividual emblems usually presented to the world series winners because of the part they played in staging the strike before the fifth game of the series. YANKS TAKE 3.000 ADVANCE ON MONT BLANC PA RIS. Oct. 5. (Havas) Amer ican and French forces in their -victorious advance on the crest of Mont Bl.ane, in the Champagne, capture! 3,000 prisoners, according to the Echo de Paris. Dart ford England ÄTP.DC helmet hunter Ashur's going to establish a record. ILL AifltcfL MBLcL ( Vs 1 Cr- Vx I U " w V r "V It will certainly U LTM VLrJ r 7 First time this play has ever heen seen at less than $2.00 for the Best Seats. You will never see a better play no matter where you go. Biggest Bargains ever offered theater-goers anywhere. LAST TIME TONIGHT. HERE TOBflORROlV The first time here of the CO. presents the play that LASALLi: ORCin .STRA A I T ERXOOX AM) UVKNIXO. TODAY Big Special Feature WILLIAM S. HART in "SHARK MONROE" In which this popular actor of western characters desert, the land of his fame ami sain-i new Iopularity as a cruel and feroc ious sea-captain of a sealing schooner near Alaska. TOMORROW PAULINE FREDERICK The Iieautiful 1 'motional Star in 'MADAME JEALOUSY' An allegorical play of the Mine type as "F.xporicnco' anil "lacrjwoniiin." Mis IVeilorkk plays the title role. Also a Clever CHHISTIF Cometl y. SPECIAL FEATURE TODAY "THE APPEARANCE OF EVIL" With JUNE ELVIDGE, FRANK MAYO, GEO. MacQUARRIE and it east including Doimla Iledinond. Cla Clement. Nora Ce il, Inez Marcel. Louis rjcl and Ja k Drumir. An iiitrnst ins t(ry of small-town life. Also another episode of 44A FIGHT FOR MILLIONS" HILAR MESSICK'S CONCERT ORCHESTRA TOMORROW CORRINNE GRIFFITH in "THE CLUTCH OF CIRCUMSTANCE." William Fox presents Virginia Pearson The beautiful Kentucky screen favorite, in i in OKI r T unn pt ' A five-reel drama of extreme .y '. ' interest Also another of A those ver clever comedies by James Montgomery Flage, en b'tled "THE MATINEE GIRL;" a Broncho Billy western drama, "BRONCHO BILLY AND THE GREASER," and the most in- teresting f eature in motion pictures, the popular PATHE NEWS of current events. A great Saturday program. To &jtJ M Y'Vc.-S-x Say so 1 I :n pay you to see Rose StahPs f r E"1 Villi o) 5 U Lja U UZ1 GET YOUR SEATS TODAY Sensation of all Sensations made New York gasp NOTIf K Thr AfUrnonn F.1lt.'oii of Thf LiiNalle Picture. .' . v. --vjV .v - ( - vrV j: ' x .:i v : I; 'rii 't ' WILLIAMS. HARTH Shark Mo nroo" AaAinCSArT tw in Madame Jealousy." tomor row's IiSalU picture, the beautiful Miss I"rederick plajs the role of hrroIinc: -'Jealousy,' nsin nil her ell known wiler. to break ?ip a ro inanee In-twi-en 'Charm' and 'Valor.' The story is similar in theme to that of "experience." shown at the Olncr recently. COM IX MOMAV AXI Tll- n.W Coii-tanc Ta!i:i.i!e in ".Mrs. Le'lliniiwell's l'o.t-.' IU u u u THOMAS H A'Ce . rrmsvntJ mrmTrv tho Vant Ads DAY H X v ' L J THEM f j ? ;: TOO A Y 1 Matinee & Night Greatest Success . f, tri i 1 !'; 1 n is !i MATINEE AT 2:30 MIGHT S:l 5 S HARP ED. WILLIAMS STOCK NOW PLAYING OFFICIAL ALLIED WAR REVILW CREWELL FANTON CO. A Military Spectacle. 1 1 o 1 i (J "ijrt. nrj.i 1. f.ll fifH 3 : ". 7 :l . ii i M .I i H.iUv 2:.,'K LARRY COMER I ntertaincr Ie I,uc HAL STEPHENS Famous Character and I'amous Mi'iif. L STONE & HAYS ';rcen (iihx.." THE BRITTONS Thoe Xhihone !;. t i SI'XDAV "MARCELLE" And loiir Other A t Haue you anything to Sell, Exhanzc, or Rent? Do you toant to Buy or Rcnf a Houtc? Do you want a Job? Arc you looking for Bargains? Read fhe Want Ada Read the News-Times Morning Evening Sunday : Aim i tr m . MM J.P.HcGILLCO. "The House that quality buüL" l Seamless Gold Wedding Rings 14kt, 18kt, 22kL FRANK MAYR & SONS Jewelers. r 1 x r 'I r I FIRST IN THE NEWS-TIMES