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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES M1SHA WAKA GENEPAL NEWS News-Times Office: 120 Lincoln Way West. Home Phone 118; Bell 10 CITY'S SHARE U.W.W IS S42. And S6,00G For Township. Local Comnrttee Issues An Appeal As to Giving. Tn connect! .n with the; Cnltea War Work campavrn (the days for voluntff-r s,utis'-rlpticn! to which fuii'l are Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 9th and 10th) thf qu--tlon frequent ly asked H "How much ought I to Mi'.scribe?" The loo.il commi'tcp in charge of th drivo to raise th Mlfhawaka and Penn township quota, which H $42.000 for Mishawaka. and $6. 000 for ivnn township, has given this qvu-tion careful study and consid eration and has re.it hrd the conclu sion that th fair har of each and every person is approximately one per cmt of his or hr annual in como. A member of the committee said: "Of course, there are numerous ca.ves where this percentage Is too .mall, and In ?uch instances where incomes are unusually large the con trüution hhould range somewhat will be no question as to Mishawaka and penn township maintaining their enviable record and reputation which they have established for generosity and patriotism. "On the above basis a person with a yearly Income of J 1,000 would contribute $10, payable one half Dec. 2, one-quarter Jan. 15, and one-quarter March 1. The terms are such that the contributor will have ample time to arrange his finances so that he can make the payments as they come due without material in convenience and he is furnished the opportunity of doing a real patriotic service. "It we cannot fight we cn glv. "It should he borne In mind that he drive of the United War Work covers .even war activities, viz: Young Men'n Christian association, Youns Women's Christian associa tion. National Catholic War coun cil (K. of C). Jewish Welfare board. War Community service, American Library' association, and Salvation Army. The campaign for raising funds for all the above are now merged into one and the only other national war activity approved by the government for the raising of funds (of course not Including the Liberty loans, as they are not a con tribution but are an Investment) is the American lied Cro-s. So, when making your subscription to the United War Work fund, remember that you are contributing to the sup port of seven very essential and vital forces in the winning of the war. "It Is worthy of notice In passing ! the course of the letter Sergt. Hull states that he has taken part In three big battles since the battle of the Marne. He also said that he had been transferred from Co. I 'JSth Infantry to ?. military police company, but was still with the third division. He says he is now back from the front lines, but still in range of shell Are. MISII.WYAKA WAR WORK BOOTHS. First ward Block one, post office; blocks two, three and five, main gate office, Dodge Mfg. Co.. Union st.; blocks four, six and seven. Bingham school, corner Cedar and Third sts.; blocks e ght and nine, Eat End school. Second ward, east Dlocks one and two, city hall; blocks three, four and five, real estate office, Lincoln Garden Realty Co. Second ward, west niocks one, two, three and four, main hall, high school bulldlnff. Third ward Blocks one and twelve. Van Dinter's hall; blocks two, three and four. South Side school; block five, Belgian Ameri can club; block six and eight, Julius Bennett's store, 426 W. Seven th st.; blocks h'jven and nine, A. J. Schindler' garage, 70.1 Lincoln way W.; blocks 10 and 11, B. I Merger's house, 1719 Lincoln way. W. Fourth ward Block one. Went's drug store, corner Main and Mlshawaka av. ; block two, Schroeder's coal office. Main and Broad way; blocks three and four. France's garage. 408 W. Mlshawaka av. ; Hock Ave and six, Miles Smith's residence, 809 W. Mlshawaka as. Fifth ward Block one. James Kennedy's residence, 130 I'. Mishawaka av.; block four, Clarence Kitson, 51 s E. Grove st.; blocks two and three, Horace Itutchlns, $16 X. Main st.; blocks five six and seven, H. Peterson, 5 40 X. Cedar st. Open $ a. m. closed S p. m. TWO FCXKKALS TTI FltSD A Y. Funeral services for Mrs. Julia Van Ooteghem were held from St. Bavo's Catholic church Thursday morning. Burial was in St. Joseph cemetery. Funeral services for William Al bert were held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Father Shockaert officiated. Burial was in St. Joseph cemetery'- CIVILIANS GREET THEIR AMERICAN LIBERATORS WITH SMILES AND TEARS RITrt'KNS TO CAMP. Cpl. Valdie F. Spake has return ed to Camp Custer. Mich., after a brief visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Spake, 513 Lincoln way MOTOIt TO MTC1IIAN Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Kerr and the litter's sister, Kate Cook, have re turned from a motor trip to Ed wardshurg and Xiles, Mich., where they visited with friends. higher in percentage, while, on the other hand, there will be found case.i j that the real test of patriotism Is not ko much the amount you are willing to lend to the government as It Is l where perhaps one per cent may be a little ten high, and accordingly smaller subscriptions than one py cent will be in order. Must SacrWioi xi Little. "It is ft It. however, that if all con tributors have in mind this sugges tion of one per cent of the yearly income as a basis for consideration and will th n be willing to sacrifice a little for those in the army and nay who are ready to sacrifice their all for those of us at home, therfl question of how much you are will ing to give. "Here is your opportunity." w. wmwm is IES AS RESULT u AUTO ACCIDENT William Walton Succumbs on Thursday Morning Fu neral on Saturday. UNO ED BY GAS Pvt. Joseph Mctka is Now in French Hospital Word Received Here. n i uonsms 5 ho BS For Men, Women and Boys. The price is stamped on the sole at the torv. f a c- V V tf. Li.. SHOE Joseph Metka, a local soldier, serving with the 316th Infantry in France, has. been blinded by gas. according to Information received In Mishawaka. The iccldent occurred about 12 weeks a .ro and Metka has been In a French hospital since that time, where every effort is being made to restore his sight. While in this city, Metka was em ployed in the utility shoe room of the Mishawaka Woolen manufactur- intr company under Murt Webster, j Pvt. Metka has a brother John in the army now serving in France. These two young men came to Mish awaka from Pennsylvania and made many friends here. William F. Walton, son of Dr. and Mrs. L. M. Walton, 1013 Lin coln way E., died Thursday morning at 4 o'clock from concussion of the brain cuused by Injuries sustained by being struck by an automobile. Tuesday afternoon about 3 I o'clock, William jumped from a j truck and was about to cross the ! street to his home when he was struck by an automobile driven by a Miss Heldman, IS 20 Calvert st.. South Bend. The party In the au tomobile stopped, picked up the boy and took him to the Walton home. A physician was immediately called. William was born in South Bend. Sept. 13, 1906, and has lived in Mishawaka his entire lifetime. He attended the public schools and was a Xews-Times carrier. He is sur vived by his parents, two brothers, Milton and Spencer. Funeral services will be held from the residence Saturday after noon at 2:30 o'clock, Rev. George W. Titus of the First Christian church will officiate. Burial will be In the city cemetery. St.. is iNn,n:xzA iWTinxrs. Mrs. John Burns, E. Fourth is ill with the. influenza. Charles Evans. E. Fourth st very ill with influenza. The condition of V. J. Pfender. chief of police, who is ill with in fluenza, remains about the same. Mrs. Herbert Harrain, 212 W. Sixth st.. is ill with influenza. Miss Margaret Ieyes. 30 4 I'. Eighth St., who Is ill with Jnfluenfla, remains unchanged. Arthur, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weir, is also ill with influenza. BAN TO EXTEN OVER SUND May be Lifted Monday Tuesday if Influenza Decreases. or A ltitiviTs o v v. rc s n. s. Pvt. James U Fink, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Fink. 126 X. Race st., has arrived safely overseas, ac cording to word receive! by his par ents, yesterday. E. W. Ullery is now in charge of the I J. Casbon garage at 10S X. Mill st. Now open for business. Satisfaction guaranteed. Adv. MOT A WAKA WANT APS Dr. Christophal, secretary of the board of health, stated to The News Times, last night, that in viev of J the number of cases of influenza be ing reported daily at the present time there was but little chance of the ban being lifted by Sunday. Fifty-live new cases were reported Wednesday, being a decrease of lr as compared with the number re ported by physicians Tuesday. Should the disease show a gradual decline between now and the end of the week, Dr. Christophal said they might consider lifting the ban Mon day or Tuesday. This all depended, however, on conditions prevailing at that time. With a continuance of cool weather, it is hoped next Sun day will be the last of the church less days, and that business will again assume its normal condition throughout the city. MRS. HOWARD AM0NES PNEUMONIA VICTIM WANTED TO HEXT Piano for! winter. Call Home phone A62D. 7tl WANTKD Cashier for Thursday. Friday and Saturday. M. Gilbert son. 6t3 WILL GIVE REWARD for the re turn of bicycle stolen from 203 S. Hill st. Call Home phone 637. 3t Mishawaka Trust Bldg. 105 N. Main St. FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms. Modern. No children. 213 X. Mill st. Home phone 478 5t3 WANTED Hone for 12-year-old boy with good farmer. Apply 72 S Kast Seventh st.. Mishawaka. 3t3 FOR SALE Seven room house. Ap ply 72 East Seventh st. 3t6 I OR SALE Heavy one horse wagon, also heavy single harness. McDowell's Livery, 22 4 S. Main it. 2tn CASH PAID .for Liberty Bonds Room 423 J. M. S. Bldg., South i Tend. Hours 3 to 12; 1 to 4 p. m. and ' r minies 7 to S. Bell 4T.77. 9112-7 t I FOR SAL!' Gool paying restaur ant. Would consider part payment, ' balance In payments. Call 105 E. ! Miihawaka av. 19t30 Mrs. Howard Amonps, 107 E. First 1st., died at the family home Thurs 5 day morning at 7:45 o'clock follow ! insr a 10 days' illness from pneu monia which developed influenza. Her husband was first ill with the disease and was somewhat improved when Mrs. Amones was stricken. Thn latter was formerly Miss Frances Feitcher and was born in Ohio, July 27. 1S67, being 51 years old. She was married to Howard Amones 32 years ago. She came to Mishawaka from Plymouth even yeirs ago and has since resided here She is survived by her husband, four daughters. Mrs. Norman Myers. city, Mrs. Jesse Nler. Plymouth: Mrs. Ralph Smith, city, and Mrs. Jack Flint. Oskaloosa, la. She aUo leaves two brothers and two sisters. John Feitcher. South Bend. George Feitcher, Bourbon, Ind., Mrs. Bert Mann. Inwood. Ind.. and Mrs. Sher man Mordes of Pennsylvania. Funeral arrangements have no? been completed. MARRIED IX CHICAGO. Edward Halter and bride have re turned from their honeymoon were married at Chicago. croom Is employed at the Dodge Manufacturing company. B SHDP ALER DING ENDORSES U.l.l Father Moench Makes Appeal to Priests and People to Help. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for liht housekeeping. Modern con veniences. Centrally located. Call Xews-Tlmes. 6t3 RIOTING IN BOHEMIA LONDON, Nov. 7. Serious riots have occurred at Aussig, Bohemia, and Pettau, Styrla, according to i Copenhagen dispatch to the Ex change Telegraph Co. Soldiers and civilians plundered a great number of shops and factories and. several houses were set on fire. Many per sons were killed. FIRST IN THE NEWS-TIMES Intcrn.ition.d News Sorvice: WITH THE AMERICAN ARMY NORTH OF VERDUN, Nov. 6. (delayed) The inhabitants of : Beaumont, mostly aged men. worn- ; en and girls, welcomed their Amer- 1 ican liberators with smiles and j tears. The doughboys accepted the ' tribute of the populace with modes ty but all were thrilled by the ex pressions of gratitude. The capture of Beaumont de livered th largest number of civil ians freed by the American troops to date. The Yankees charge! through the streets of the town as ', the enemy forces were leaving. j From the heights of Beaumon' which the Americans captured Mon day, the royal prince of Savoy, in j Aug. 30, 1S70, poured ball and can-1 ister into the demoralized fifth ' French corps. j Today's newspapers comment on the former battle and declare that ! the siepe of Sedan by the Americans will meet retribution. v EMPRESS OF AUSTRIA RENTS SWISS CHATEAU GENEVA. Nov. 7. The Swiss newspapers announce that Empress Zita of Austria was rented the cha teau Wartegg at Rorschach on Lake Constance. The newspapers add that the empress is expected soon to occupy th; chateau. NOTE REACHES BERLIK; PRESIDENT WILSON'S AMSTERDAM. Nov. 7. Prest Wilson's not to the German govern ment reached Berlin Wednesday. Of ficial announcement of this was made at the German capital and it was added that the text of thf note would be published this evening. The following communication has been received by Rev. Dean L. A. Moench from the Rt. Rev. H. J. Alerdlng, bishop of Fort Wayne, Ind:. "Most of us believe, at least all of us hope, that this cruel world war may soon be at an end. How ever, though the end should come tomorrow, it were folly to entertain the thought that with the close of th war all war work would cease. On the contrary, we may as wel' make up our minds that w?r wo-'- shall and must continue indefinitely for years to come. God urant thai victory may be ours In the not dis tant future, and that then we may repair the damage done to life and trrasMre. patiently, patriotically, suc cessfully. In His Holy name." To which appeal Fr. Moench adds "Since we are prevented from communicating in person at the present time with prieats and peo ple, 1 make use of this means to urge all priests of the South Bend district, and especially our good peo ple to make this noble war work a grand success, by contributing gen erously according to the dictates of their patriotic conscience." lrcHmlnary Drive Starts. The preliminary drive among the local factories in behalf of the United War Work campaign Is now on, and reports so far are most en couraging. D. J. Campbell, ener getic chairman of this particular committee, has an enthusiastic hand of workers assisting him, and splen did results are looked for from this source. George B. Williams, chairman for this district, announces that any who are cor. fined to their homes through sickness may become volun teer subscribers by telephoning Home 6, Bell 4 5, and notifying those in charge at headquarters of the amount they would like to sub scribe. It Is not necessary that subscrip tions should be paid In cash. Half of the amount subscribed can be paid Dec. 2; quarter on Jan. 15 and the-balance March 1. As previously stated, the names of all volunteer subscribers will be published in both newspapers just as soon as they can be compiled. The volunteer booth for the fourth ward has been changed from the residence of Myles Smith to that of W. P. O'Neill, SOS W. Mishawaka a v. EDWARD STUTSMAN DIES FROM PNEUMONIA i Edward Stutsman. X. Cedar st.. died at his home Thursday noon, J following an Illness from pneu monia, which developed from in fluenza, with which he had been ill for the past two weeks. Mr. Stutsman is survived by his wife, formerly Miss Young, a daugh ter. Helen Grace. He also leaves a brother Guy. of this city. Mrs. Stutsman is a sister of Mrs. Homer Murray and Mrs. Robert Weikel. both of whom died recently with pneumonia. HUBER HAMILTON KILLED IN ACTION Huber Hamilton, a former em ploye of the Ross lunch room, was killed in action Sept. 2S, according to word received. Xo further in formation was received. Hamilton has many frierds in this city, having been employed ns waiter about three years airo. His home was at j Wclcottville, Jnd. After war was 1 declared he enlisted and has been overseas for some time. He was about 20 vears old. Thev ! Smith The Dr. Mukielskl. osteopath. 126 W. Second st. Advt. 'tf CONCLUDES FURLOUGH. Bernard J. Smith has returned to the Great I,ikes naval training sta tion after spending a furlough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. 4 33 E. Fourth st. SURGT HULL TRANSFFRRFI). Mrs. Carrie Hull Is In receipt of a letter from her son. Sergt. Harold T. Hull now with the American ex- j peditionary force In Franc. In i National Bank Trust & Savins Co. Mishawaka, Ind. OUR GROWTH Combined Deposits 1899 $ 95,714.00 1900 184,934.00 1901 239,072.00 1902 246,087.00 1903 355,068.00 1904 355,531.00 1905 417,398.00 1906 560,634.00 1907 659,498.00 1908 629,934.00 1909 726,565.00 1910 , 894,745.00 1911 993,379.00 1912 1,211,529.00 1913 1,298,023.00 1914 1,312,481.00 1915 1,402,801.00 1916 1,797,615.00 1917 2,185,087.00 (JO ib i 9 Am nn s J ' j I i 4 V SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK It pays you to pay cash and save $2 a week by ordering your Groceries at the ECONOMY GROCERY & CASH MARKET 12TH ST. AND MISHAWAKA AV., RIVER PARK Bell Phone 723 Home Phone 3378 2 large cans Red Kidney Roans 25c ß large cans Hebe Milk ftöc 6 large cans Iet Milk 73c (1 large can Roulevnrd Milk 7."e ( small cans I lebe Milk 3:tc 6 small cans Boulevard Milk :."c Large can Hominy loc Gas Mantels 2 for 23c Dark Molasses, 1 for 25c Corn Flake, 2 pkgs 25c Matches, 6 boxes 31c Crackers, pound IKe (linger Snajw, lb lGc iO ounce bottle Catsup. 2 for 25c Hour. 2 42 lb. sack 1.53 Com Flour, 3 lbs 25c Barley Flour, 3 lbs 25c Rice Flcmr. 2 lbs 25c .$2.85 . .22c . . G5c Large pall Uure Rnrd.... Fresh Peanut Butter, lb. 2 lbs. Xucoa Xut Oloo. . . 2 U)s. Soup I leans 27c Golden Sun Coffee 2-Sc Iirge can Butter Xut Brand Sweet Sifted Vous. 3 for . .3! McKlnzie'K Self Rising Pan cake or Buckwheat Hour, 2 for 25c 15c Vanilla Fx tracts, 2 for. .25c ISc pkg. Iine Pearl Barley, 2 for I.nrgT' can Rod Salmon, 2 for 2Je i: Iirge csin Saner Kraut, Veri lest trand, 2 for 35c Lnnre can Apricots 2 for. . . I5 Spaghetti and Macaroni. 3 for 25c We want you to take xi personal interest In this store. Consider advantages are for jour Inneht and convenience. R PROMPT DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS OF SOUTH BEND AND MISHAWAKA. Z Deliveries a day in River Park 7:30 and 10:15 a. in.. 1:30 p. m. eepm P With the T imes Now, as never before, we 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 going on, day by day. We want the most reliable news just as quckly as we can get it The same way with the news of your home city. You want that , still news. Then, keeping up with the times M eans Keeping Up With The Newsl imes for The News-Times Is the one paper in Sou;lh Bend that prints all the news and prints it first. Leading in news, leading in editorials and leading in features, The News-Times leads in the interest of its readers. That is why The News-Times is rapidly assuming the lead in advertising because advertisers know and realize the quality of News-Times circulation and the genuine interest of its readers. ont La Behind D Whether you are a buyer or a seller an advertiser or a reader, ou cannot afTod to overlook The News-Times. It is the leading newspaper of this community and its host of advertisers have found it to be the leading advertising medium. Read The News-Times, advertise in The News-Times, keep up with The News-Times, and j'ou'll keep up with the times. The South Bend IN ews-1 imes news "straight" and you want it while it is !i i tl f; Ii I 1 i tl li ii i i. 3 1! 11 ii it ii fl I) i! II il : i . ii U i! .1 a 3 ;1