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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES Roll of Honor LiMJnj: frn lYoiu Indiana, fill tin. fihian. Ohio ami Ivcii .ockj on CaMialtj IJM. 'k l: f. ' i i ' i r. ;r . ! s;i -1 1 i s nr' i -J t I t;..- Ti.nii :vi i:. ni.l f ti. A tri : , .111 ' v it : 1 n a r lurctff. Kill'-i ,n .Mtin. 7; I i - i "f 'ouni . I J. U'-'l '..-, v !in.I-tl . r-i;. . 1.'::, vouiiJo.l ii e A i i " ' 1 - r . : i l ; i , i 1 , w n i - ii a.ibth . .. n action. S. 0 ota.:. 1 : mi.i.i:i in hon. I'll! V ATi. . i ; i 1 1 ,i ; !'.!.., ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 n l V ; . ( ) . F r.:ru h i Hi, O. F. I l x 1 1 . Iri'ii.ni I:iU"!h. i.- I . i . i i ; o : . , J i r 1 . i I '.1 t r 1 1 , ). Cn-ii i. H-riit:!i:. Tr.tv 'it:-. M h. l"r- .M i .!..-. Xt-utfT., 111. i'h .' ' I-a ; r. "ie l.trifl , i) Cba:b- is i !.:; -. i'wi-i Ont. r, o. Cii ul' v, Nil.iru. -'ti U r, III. i i i :i or woi-Mis. .i;k;i:ants. M ii.i'-; r.o'vnian, Canton, . ppivatfs. 15-, il Fall. Atubji, Ky. '' ii W. 15 irr, F. Mfinrf'". ". .Arthur tr;-nt'jr, f biMenpon-I, nrns. O'nr.'Kl. ivtr.bur?. Va. ILrrj '- I'avis, Flkturt, nl. ;-. rj; I ft r, Ma ryv j!!'-, o. Frnet M'ribohng, L splaines, 111. ;oor F. .Miller. Chicago, 111. I'ou I), r.ittervon, Fi Kanwls. :iirh. KMsar i:. Phillip?. Chuao, 111. Francis T. Rath, Fefiurwe, O. Henry Steinbrecher, Wauseon, . Charit T. Stoke, Cairo, 111. John M. Tempi-, Uichwood, O. Kunscll It. Tucker, IVnnvllle, I ti vi . iii;i or dim;ai:. I-e-ut. l arrtll. KhCar.ab.i, .Mbh. Ih'wanl W. Ilctricii, South Urnd, Ind. PKI VATKiS. Kied Al.n.in, JIro'A nstow n, Ind. Ftlu.uai J. Ii. UanKford, Fort und. Harley U . Uralten, iK xter, KK. Kvt.Tvtt K. Curti.', IvexwiKtoii. Ky. (Jharle.s l-uriu. l.)erLy, J. ;harls Ilpner, Ohlenberg, Ind. John Mclnald, I'aua, 111. 1 -t.strr MufthinsM, Chicago, ill. voi nii:i .si:vi:kij4v. SMKviCA.NT. John I'. HoDo.say, I'.tdford, Ky. 1'rauk Jfra'-'iiw.-ki, Chicago, 111. Cid. ilany V. Johnston, Clucao'O, 111. PUIVATl-. Tiarle.s F. lUllou, lkalb: III. Kobert Houli'-r, lirottiis (."ni.s i:ad. Ky. William Johi Kiaht, Marlon, -Mich. John I. Hiay. Drum, Ky. John Clevre, Detroit. Mich. Ilu-s. 11 I j. Coleman. ..Mantioltl, 0. Mark Twain Dvarmin, Fitrlvilk', ill. Joo;di William dahHsvki, Ham tiamck,, Mich. Henry 1. Hicrk, Grand Kapld?, Mieh. üilwarJ Uio'Ks, Jei'rirson, ('ity, Ind. ieore Mason, Chicago, 111. Chaclit F. Müh r, Flanch.trd. Mi' li. John J. Murpriy, Chicago, III. Harry Waldemar ivterson. Iron Kivtr, Mich. i oral' '.. P tpr'or.. Chicago. 111. Albvrt August HriCh's, ColdwatT, a I iv h. Mlko Hsper, Cleveland, O. l'ran.. F. Hir.-ii:, ToW-do, o. liiley McKinley Lee, Mount Clirt. F'.radl1 Miedith. I '.evprin-. Ky. h'nhi:i in A(vn)N. l-j:rt riiI-t-riniii-(l. IMtl VATFS. F.-,1 CulW, Flkhart, Ind. Jos ph Madec I,owellYt!le. worx'.u: M.KiiniA . 'P': K.iymond Kraus. Port llu- 1 ..!-.. Ml' h. FUTVATF.S !:oh-.-t -li:';ord l'lrvhill. K. THOMSON j McKINNON 201-202 J. M. S. Bidg. lri'r Nw Yerk Stork Kt.'hmi:", Now York tVfj. 'i Kt 'Innge .N MrlMn Cotton KT hi'iiif i'h'.rac ' Sf-.. k Kchri. t Lii st i Hoard of Trad. nd Irnann Hanker' As, v'.af'oii I'lr. t Private Wires to AH irketi. $95.00 $75.00 TERMS, $1.50 Week. No phonograph you can buy at any price will ic you greater nuLMJal value than this C!olunibia (iratonola at S7.a0. Its tone i Miperh clear as a hell. :ui ample in vnl u:ne tor the very best op eratic records. Michigan and Wayne. Peace Brings Great Problems ITALIAN-AVIRICÄN NCW3 The pa?t week re onis tho reat .t events in making world history. P'ollowinpr the crushing f Autiia bj' the Italian army th O'-jnai.-wrr forced to ask for an armistice. the tt'rms of which are now known. They cannot he called drastic nur even harsh terms when one con siders the devastation and woe wrought by th Huns in (heir at tempt at world domination. The viciousriess of the kaisers hordes was well illustrated in tin last hours of battle when they de liberately shelled defenseless towns after they evacuated them; Hooding them with poison ;ms shells. Thou sands of innocent inhabitants of the already devastated country met death in its most horriMe form. As the victorious troop of the allbd armies entered the liberated towns, cities and villages they found ample evidence of the vandals' work in their last hours of occupation. Houses wantonly wrecked, sacred edifices desecrated, citizens tor tured, orchards destroyed, wells poisoned and worst of all many of the women, younp: boys and yoUmr irls forced to accompany the re treating Germans There .are on the western fringe Krank Marculaitis, Cleveland. O. Paul olst. Detroit, Mich. Moodv M. Straughn, Clinon. Ky. PREVIOUS LIST. Tlie following asu.i ltH' ;tr' re;n-t il by f?:' mmm. unlink general f t!l, Arntri.;in expediti.Miiiry faires: Killed hi ii' tien. la.:: di"d of dU-M.-e, 171; M'in bd S'Merely. 17; Wounded. "b-irrre limleter ii ired.'.'rj; wounded slightly. r.il--u. hi icfion. Ill; prisoners. P Tot;il. kll.IJJl IX ACTION". I. lent. Alvin N. Seth, lee! ami. . 'OUl'()KALS. Jjirnex K. r.uxoll, I'.. St. Foui. 111. J.iv,. ', Calico, Paint I.i k. Ky. ("lark Moore, Ii.dbui.ip'dis. lud. puiva n:s. I. oiiis I'.iimhaia. Sturmis. Ky. KalpM II. Coleman. I eil n ison. u. ( M kt'V Cliey, C!adtele, 111. o-or? 1. lii!on, Kii.irstoii. Newton W". Harm ,i. Perr will'. Kr. Heiner W. H.irroüf. Murp!i v,nr.. 111. Ib.berr 11 H owe!!. I'eSoto. 111. ;..., ra' II. Kaeir merer. i:.tt St. I Ü-. Ill Flnreine ,ivc!cv, Oiklind 'ity. Ind. IVltri' k W'. ('olUlell. .)L'o. Ill Meln.ert A. P;i. Inn. inn. ioslien. In'. Coofire a. S, lf.-r. Sliepard. ' Pdward Sfe;!ieiii Tell i t lud W Uli mi Sfrabe. ( 'in. in i.af i. William ! West. North l'airti.-.d. ' mi i) ur iir.i.. i.iiariiNAMs. I..ircii Tow r. Wibr.ette. Ill Koi ; (Ir.'l .un. rrfirikf. rt. In i si:i:i;i:.Ms. Umiaiii N". Cuapl.ell. Hyesx H'.e. u. I . r v 1 . t f v "a Ii t 'Ii. ':,r, -I'-n !''.' rr. ard. Cai. :!'.. Fl Walt' i S!.ol e, Mortoiis Cap. K lS.TIld I. e ider Albert !'..'!" H" '!ü. at... 1 1 1 M':M:ü) I"r.i:i M Th..e.:i, . P.'....:n Ir.-t.-n. I'd W IC, l.i .it I. Uii :. v U"e! P U..i,. run a i ts. Hen rv J. r.uist. " pei x i i i Mi h Ki. 'i ird II i.s. Maar.' W'iilard I! H'.l. ( level ,n l. Harry II I.ea;..-. Caill- tU I'd w ard I.. lo-iTx in .v.. '.-bi üe-t. M.. o'd.. r.i.o'kwei:.' Mit' I.- ;, ind i:ii..e- .1, I'.over. I'ind'av. (' He: ctvm ;-r.ar.!. ' ": ii- Iii W'tü! ;:n Hani'-n. N'ewr.at iiii-n. ' iIhi :.' F llri.ti.' r. i ii; I'.. a M' Ki it M. lb.. :..ui;i!i. K v I .on: 1 i ;.. . - ,ri. Mi. V.. 'iilb'r ! .1 I : . . r t -a . Tro . i .b '.n i l:ol.,'-t. r.erne " i t . 1.-..1 ("l.arie- .-'!vibr. l't i;. .-om : v . YVY-d.-v p. Sv , :o;-,I. I'--: f a. bb (U H1 Ii IA ICI I Y. I..er.r .I. -s.. bred p. rown. s;i-in;::. ii. ("pi M .rt:n .1 ' i ! Paw n--... Pi I'lMVAlKv l'iv.er NJ. A V; j 4 n 'u ir.nati. ' I con II. .I,,!,.,.,. ;;. a ed -iii.-t. F'. I'r mk M o .-k. i '. 111. .1- ' 'i MM-.'k:. !,i -at". Hi Ulli IH 1, iiKrf I mir Icrini iwd . Pi;: ri P;vt..n po'.lnr. ATld'--i. Il l !:'. An.. a : -, .;.... p ;V rltv (l '. s 1 1 1 ; '. : ' C'iM, ') j: .. Ii' .1. v 1 1 'i t". t " w h ! i .,'. i:: A' .ert S .1. . H..r.:a. K. !"- T, :.-r M. !: ....!. ..'.;.., ii;... ,,.! i:::.:l A l'ar. - -k' I .;;. Hi. Will MU I f liKI sriNii' is !Virl- k P!.rr..p TaV.a:.!. P-i t H n l.dwin I.-:..;' Y-!:. t t ' w i . Fbl A 1 1 Wi'ü im II k.-. !.;-. 1 :-Vn ir,l. Ir, i. it. . r Hit, . . i., ii 1' ml I ".a. : : k F.-t-r-.e . F.:- K i;. Yi: Carl lb .:.: r. P. i::.. M:. Ki.-r ird Kirk !: !. W .t ,. !. .:'. Mi, h I raiikb;. '.. W t. ' MIIM. IN A I l(N. .1' AI..'!. Cob::' -rs. A'.'. .-rt At,drdli. I r. n Kiv. -.1 . '.a .1. l'.e- k. Io';;. k, lb :,:. C'ilie::. Cl.i-aJe. !'' Willi..'. Il.uii!'!,.!,.!. Nto .r.-f.-b! ki H ! ry ;t n .1 b. f 1 ;: ui .tr ligler, F"uU K lijia . Utury. Lvuijv ulc k.J. Jcf y?) I Why-'C itft-V-fctSlxtzV, oaustra Posten ( F J )M Wt.c r6 TOaK riSl'S ; V-: eraryrpvSK ' Wcwf vJ , A , 7 y.ov fö;:-'.? miJT"- SPAIN rf U?)?fPc0' "Ofe BURWU of Futope the stable governments of Holland. France, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland und Italy. To the east across Germany, A ust i -H unga ry. Kus-ia and the Falkau states the whole tountry is a IIa me or smol derini; with anarchy under the vaii ous names oi' sociali.-m and bolshe- im. With the tall of the Ger lii.in i-tonar hy the last sem. dance of former stable government was wiped out. Now eojifrontinST the allies is the iMoblem of restoring order out of chaos; the heads of the allied puciiiiiifnls air bending their energies to this herculean task, hacked by their millions of soldiers they will enforce peace with justice. There must be established territorial lir.es for self-Lro ernment of the peoples M, loil subjected to the iron rule of Germany and her allies. Following that there must be tirmly seated in tai'li new state a government of the peojde thai will .not make war for a mere whim or for purpose of individual or gov ern men ta 1 a-Ki'a udize merit. In the case of Germany there must 1 established a government that can and will sj far as hu manely possible repair the damage wrought by her armies. In the tluh I In rl H. Hetm-l. CleePind. O. Isaac S. .Io1iiis,,ti. I'vaiiMvlile. Ind. Joe Kelle, Madbeii. Ind. Warner Henry Kiertiier. Alton. HI. llav inoii.i II. Mekiiiney, ('leaton. Ky. Ceorce I.. MarNka. Clii-ac. 111. Harlow V. Pi. ktn. Home. . .Iiivpii F. Kemlnirton. Franklin. In;. Andrew Ki-diariN. Chicago. 111. Herman Autu ZiN. Cleveland. (. ritixN kk. I.!ei;t lb K. Root. Cleveland. ). PKI ATFS. Fee )at.n Clark. Feardon. 111. Charles Irving Uohicr, Kittiuan. O. AKTI.N 'IIAPKI;. Nov. 21. M . s (borge Weiler and Mr. Frank Palmer, jr.. spent Wednes dav afternoon with Mrs. Abtter Mu-sei . Revival ser i ev bae beet1, post poned until Dec 1. James Martin of Flkhart will have charge of th nie tings. Pev. Nit sehe and Mr. Martin spent Sundav with I . i s. i I YVhiteman and fa mily. Mrs. Charles Fun. h and daughter. Flde. were gurts of Mrs. Amelia Ilc-tft'er, Sunda. linmi.i Flbricht. who has been I sutt'orintr from inllnenx.i . has recov- j ( I' d. j Willi. im Aii'IiTNHi and family !sieii S i:;dav w ith friends in Misha- ' waka. Mala eh i I "llery exjieets to spend ; Tb. ii'.ksgi imr day witli his patents. ; .Mr. and Mrs. Cora Filer;.'. Mi Fra.nk Smith spent Sunday with her sister. Mrs Mabel Stichler. Me. o'.d Mrs. Cenr-'e We P. er and Were e,,,.,S ,,f hlS niOthef, Anna Weiler. Sunday. Mr Mi-s Fae P.'Tiier ontertained the t Fi' e b,.-- it their business niM i mir. Fi iday eeninu. N.v. 1.".. Si jtecn mejubors of the class were I ).-,.v, nt. V.r. rivl Mis Charles Walz and luuhii'i'v Ina ami Fv.t. wer guests .-f Geo: go Wal ami bmily, Sunday. The Porca society had charge of ' 1'ira'h at Skill's vale Wednday. ! Mivs Mardcll .c .nith entertained i Marj.Tie Albriglu and Vera Fllery. j Sund iy. ! Mr. and M;v Gab- and fainily : s:.-nt uinl.iy with friends in Mish- a waka i . . lORDER INDIANAPOLIS ; CONCERN TO REINSTATE ' DISCHARGED'UNION MEN WASHINGTON Nov. Wage? ' e. ordered i:n ! t .i. il hoi.' rs of la ; ' : vb.-irteeed and . ditr.is-j ern jli es ordered reinv.itcil by the tu- ' ticnal war labor board baday in nin iawnr.iv. cbif of whicli was in the c.se of th.e t'orn Products Retining Co. K.nHi tiward i for the duration i of t h- w.s r m ml i retroactive. ; FuM-JY' ' the Klieber anil ' l'.itt""'! e.-mpany. of Indianapolis, j dtch trged ' ea :se of union afü'i 'oti.m.s. were ordered reinstated, an I examiner of the board to decide uMUh were d;v,harg"d unjustly. ' FIRST IN THE NEWS-TIMES of Government of victory it Is yet remembered that the German emperor was upheld in his ambitious effort to subjugate Furope by the very people that now cry out for bread. In hks hour of seeming triumph he lacked nothing in support from any portion of his realm. His vandal acts in wrintf intr money tribute and human tribute from the occupied territory from which he hap been driven, re ceived the sanction, enthusiastic endorsement, of his people with hardly a dissenting voice Now that he is whipped, disgraced and driven into vile those who applaud ed the sinking of the Fusitania. the bombing of Ijondon. Paris and Venice; those who welcomed into slavery the IJelgians, French and Italians unfortunate enouuh to be caught in the advance of the vic torious Huns, those same peoples are now denying their part in thl awful crimes of Germany and pleading for easier terms. The heads of the allied govern ments may be depended upon in this trying hour to do justice to the people of the German countries and at the same time they may be fully depended i:pon to make certain that the sufferings of their own peopbs in this? terrible war shall EDUCE YIELD lb LLU Revise Measure Downward to Extent of $500,000,000 in Committee Session on Schedules. j W A HI N (1 TU N, Nov. 26. Heduc Itions aggregating $ öi0.000,000 in the I yield from the. pew war revenue bill were made today by the senate finance committee in revising tau measure downward to the &ix billion dollar total for 1919, proposed by cb:c'y McAdoo. The decrease was contincd principally to the tobacco, luxury, semi-luxury and other special and excise schedules. Among the more important deci sions today were elimination of the luxury schedule proposed in the house bill, levying no percent on costly articles of clothing and other merchandise and estimated to raise 1 M.7iO,(0e elimination of the house tax of two cents a gallon on ibisoüne estimated to yield $P"',O0ö, "i.(i; reduction trom ten to live per cent, or about $JG0,000,0o0 in revenue in rates on many articles classed a semi-luxuries and a re duction of about one half in the house rates on tobaxx-o, a cut of about $"4, 00", 00 in revenue. Defer Decision on Plan. ' The committee dtferreu dtclsioii ion the plan, suggested by Sc'y Mc !.doo and specifically presented 'yesterday by Chairman Simmons, for ' incorporating in the measure specific rates for l?l'0 taxation by which th' 'total revenue yield would L limited to 1 4,(00,000. Republican members still vigorously oppose legislation 'for M2Q and the committee decided 'to pas.v that question temporarily. J Tomorrow it will resume revision of the miscellaneous taxes with a view- to cutting on u.iomer i . ao. e'lo.min mcessarv to re.luce the whole to six billion dollars. In cutting the excise or semi luxury schedules today the com mittee reduced from ten to five per cent the house rate- on the follow- ;ini: articles: J Piano players, phonographs, pho itographk' tdins, candy, poruble ! electric fans, tb.ermos bottles, slot .machines and toilet soaps and 'powders. The chewing gum rate wa cut from four to three percent; that i on hunting and bowie knives from :one hundred to ten percent; on tire .arms and ammunition from 25 to l'i ptrceut and on scultois, jiaintings 1 to the Allies not go unhealed. They will provide against such taifferins as would make it impossible for the fallen countries to repay and repair the damage done to th fullest extent. They will make it possible for them to occupy again the plane of civil ized human beings, with no pos sible chance for any government or peoples to repeat the awful experi ehees of the past four years. The map shows the present formation of countries in F'irnpe; ; the boundaries established by t armistice. In studying it one may learn the Intricate problems tlvit demand the attention nf the wisest men of all nations in their solution for the best interests of all man kind Alsace-Lorraine Is now French again; Luxemburg is again an inde pendent principality; Italy will sit at the peace table with her territory Intact as befire the war and with her "Irredenta" again under her Hag thii5 Fhe accomplished with one of the most brilliant war ma neuvers recorded in the history of all time and it will never be for gotten that in freeing her own be loved country from the invader sh brought the German powers to their final downfall. and statuary from ten to five per cent. o Clmnge In Ilxci- Tax. Taxes imposed in the house bill i on bathing suits and phonographs or reproductions? were entirely elimi nated and that of ten percent on fur and wool articles made applicable to fur manufacturers only. In the excise schedule no change was made in the live percent sales tax on auto mobiles, tires and accessories nor in the ton percent rate on sporting i goods and liveries, tapestries, tex tiles and xachts and motorboabs. After tentatively deciding today upon reduction of the amusement admission taxes the committee finally determined to leave them un changed as already reduced from the house figures. The principal ! rate for such admissions is one cent for each live cents paid. The ten percent tax on club dues also was left unchanged. South Bend Marficti Rain and rr.r.n. Corrv-tfl Dali; C X Borrel!, stnr. VIII. Hrdrjnllr At.) OATS Paying '-Ar. selling vos.-,,. prr FCIIFMACHLIl FFirD. BRAN Selllufr. 41 0 D-r bundrd. MI DDL IN OS f eHIng. u ;er DiinJrrt CHUPl'KD FKKD-eliln?. $.150 per SCRATCH FFED Selling. ? nUCKVHi:AT-?.1.?(. rer cut. HAY. STRAW AM FF;r.Il. (Crrwt-xJ Pilr by Ibe Wetiler Mill-r VI or od Tld to.. :U s. Mlrhlcn.) HAY Paying $22 to J.W, .selbng rj2. to STRAW raylr.g .a to Slu. r-VAug "' toll OATS Parin? ,: belling 7ö p 0c. j Mti-:!.' M'..x- r.:;i::? .m..Vj: b-'-Iii:, 1 $1.73 to t M). . k A li oKN -Paying JIM; iine I II 73. TIMOllY SEED Paying $4 per bu I iror. w oo. I CIiOVr.lt SLIID-Pav::... bu.; i Inc. I'Pr b'1. PerJ ('ber. 15 .lv GfiUiau .Millet, .-b.ö. LITE STOCK. lfrfcUd Dallr by Majur Itron., S. L U hUe MlahsiTAUa.) UtAVT FAT STEi:K. i'air to g.l irin.e. UfilOr. UOGS iä21:m lbs.. i.:oicr) Iba., ICk:; ltfj to luO. lt ; L'uO up, Pic. (CrrcU4 Dally by YVaratr Bras. sa Ptr. 114 F.. Wmyn St- TIMO T 11 4 XAj & CO. i L L-K Ull..- WUITE CLOYEK 542.00. A US IKK JlCfLU. JAPAN USE .MlLLFT S'ZXsi'aW MA MM Ci r H CLuVfc I; 51xti i m i a SWEET CLUVLIl lir.ii.Slv aIEL.1) PEA 4.0cttl.7i MlLLEPr Ü3.7I. FOLLTRT AND MEATS. ! VEAL Paying, 2" : ttll'.ns. 22fe-4ö-. BEEF Kcaat. 0i4r.e; l...b;ii. 2:. porterhouie. 'r ; air oir,, 4öjCv. UAM-l'ajicg. S3-,e; itlling. iSc i LiKI' Vitytug. 'JC'e; sellic. 30-'. LirrM ns. ji:i;i:n hiii-k tr, 17- W( OL .V.tjt.-;' c alf ya-'. FIRST IN THE NEWS-TIMES MISHA WAKA NEWS I RESULTS ÖFUJJ.ÖB1 George B. Williams, Chairman for City and Township, Issues Statement. On another page will be found the first installment of the names of subscribers to the Knited War Work fund for Mihawaka and Penn town ship. More are. still to come and will bo published in the course of the next day or so. Those in ch;urg3 of the campaign decided that the publication of the names In the newspapers was the better way to acknowledge the splendid response made to their appeal. The record will be well worth preserving, show ing as it doe.- the generous response made by the people of Mishawaka toward the united effort for war funds. To George P.. Williams, chairman for Miehawaka and the township, too much credit cannot be given. With the ban against al public meetings, church services, etc.. the outlook at the start of the campaign was none too reassuring, but Mr. Williams never for a mo ment doubted Mishawaka ability to maintain its record In war efforts. Associated with him was a gallant band of workers who share In th credit for the magnificent results achieved. It is worth mentioning that th citizn of Mi?hawaka subscribed nearly all of the quota allotted tT the city and township, the rural res idents making but a poor showing. Fifty per cent of the pledges made is due Dec. C, and It Is. of course, required that all of them be paid on that date. Mr. Williams last night issued the followirg final statement of thy cam paign : Tot or Pat riot iim. The test of patriotism is giving. Mi.hawaka has answered the appeal of the Knited War Work campaicri in such a manner as to provo that this community is intensely pa triotic. Kor the 12th time in war measures we have again gone over the top by a wide margin. Handicapped by the influenza edict that prevented public meetings and consequently the education by the pulpit of this city a to the mag nitude and aims of the Knlted War Work, there were many doubting citizens who believed our large quota, made necessary by an en larged military program, could not be met but they did not reall know Mishawaka. Tho fact that, with peace assured. c pip These advertisers are experts in their line, and worthy this directory up for ready reference. LET Uw tt r a eaiEsaEriRES Cnst-Vi An Much ff V WAR TIMES Makes It Necessary to Economize. Let Us Save You 80 of Your Footwear Bills. "SOLE Quali iVShoQ Ropaiii J.AMojiQ -'Prop. i3oN.Michiqan St. BEFORE BRING IT HERE We Fix Watches Right Jewelery Repaired and Remodeled CLAUER'S JEWELRY STORE ItiUtUrnacesi T - A Rents for Gilt IMifp Furr.fices. All kiadg cleaserl .mrj r?.aire.J. A. f. MAS' A SON -.I-, Line In Wmy V. H. P. 57SI. SUBSCRIBE for the NEWS-TIMES ! i IL th knowledffo that wo h.avo net slowed down that w have no: failed yet that another plvls:e to our l.OeO men !n service ha t"?! fulfilled will o a so iree ..f rati- Mention and prid to all loval clti zens. At the c!op of tl: r.nnpaifirn th t ho headquarters was in receipt following letter of subscription. Nov. IF FMv "Mr. G. H. William. Chairman. "Knited War Work Campaign. "Mishawaka. Ind. "Pear Sir: "As evidence of our incere dps'.r to be helpful in a substantial war in the raising of the necessary funds to meet the coming ear's require ments of the seven war activities represented In your campaign, we are encloirg signed subscriptions of this companv in the amount ,.f twelve thousand four hundred fifty nine dollars S12.439. "The n;en and women associate with us in our shop and off.ces have responded in a most llbeml manner to the appeal wh:h hns been male und a large number of their sub scriptions represent real sAcrifVe--. "As an appreciation of !h evi dence they hae given of their loy alty to the boys ir. the service, and of their generosftv and patriotism, and also as a tribute to our own 'Rall-Pand' boys in the army a no navy (four of whom have made th supreme sacrifice we have con cluded to subscribe in amount equsl to the total subscriptions of all u employes, that we, too, may do our part In makincr it possible for the seven agencies to continue their wonderful work until the lat boy is returned home. "Inasmuch as the subscriptions of our employes (other than director of the company"! amount to tweiv thousand four hundred f.f ty-nin dollars (112,459), our subscription for an equal amount Is rnrlo 1 herewith. "Very truly vours "Mishawaka Woolen Mfr. Co." With a foreknowledge of th above action F. J. W. Fink, chair man of the Mishawaka Woolen Manufacturing company committee, directed such an intensive campaign that the rilts attained a stire! Mishawaka' succe. Then again. L. J. Campbell, chair man of the manufacturers' commit tee, swung into .-ction and th" Dodge Manufacturing company came forward with a generous sub scription of $r.7b thus standing squarely behind their men in servic. Following these came the Rubber Regenerating company v Ith their largest endeavor and which, all thincs considered, is a very credit able showing. The final summary is as fo'low: Mishawaka Woolen Mfg. Co $::.?is.on Dodge Mfg. c0., including National Veneer Prod ucts Co Rubber Regenerating Co.. Major Bros. Packing Ko.. . Geo. Clark Metal Fast Co. Werra Aluminum Co Premier Red Co Perkins Wind Mill Co 1 n , 7 o . 0 . i 2.0 4 7..-.O 2ßö."io 1 ' 4 . o 0 fi ?0.50 ) Total M1,3.:'t li ICD iL n rr V TAYLOR'S BIG TIRE SHOP 132 . Jefferson Blvd. Phones: Bell 610; Home 5610 SAVERS l.irale Agent for the " I.ue" Hicj le. The lJlc lc f Cjunlitv anil Linluranrr. n.. a. f;iusi:. 22 v. wa-ii.. South Bend Hat Bleachery Moved to 118 S. Main St. rural Pr.n tw ; I 16o p1" 1 I The w..mer. . M.fl.r,rii r . j Penn towr.ship urdr the e-'-, ',i ' chrirmarh!p C .1. Fre.j Ft. ham. did a g' it wc; ; o -:-u. -! l.city tlr.e -u d thr- iu th.- t j fort r.vr;; i'''TtV; re -a-j !i-r!b- nted. I F!N4FN TIin.VTI II TIV. IT"'en GP-v..e C.e I .: h screen, v'. ev ,'t T. ' theater to-iav m a ihn'l'.ni: rei!ro 1 drama. whl' i;-:h C.r.iH? "IIa nd Pp." a '(!r."' ' o-fn er. ab p.. r' :lirf" MV Sr - :;e , orrie1 -... . 'V.gg'.ir c ram.ers" wit!: .-)-.. - c-.'-cR-'.Till t-.e .dde,I e.ttr-'C Th. bb' 1 an csperiA '.Ix- strr- cr.e ,r ': w! uralou M'-wRx ii! m Mr ' id 1 T.ce Chester Ccr '.. " ,n F: F.7c- It; :-.- ... - ' or.', e MTKNTloN VOini . i At the irg-il " f-ftia; rb" IFoysl Ord'-c of ,tao'- a i i aiu'rHn -jvvere r.'.nd'' " ;i;p.i r. e ing . Si-';th Re.i h:gb fa..o' i -! -. br'u ' j oji Putidp.x . N"r-' J4 ;" o f J Tlrother J. .r. I".'?. m r-'o- of tl e i National Wa ct-it:. --': C-- IF O O. M.. v h-" re.-en?U re- : re ' 'from Kuroj e w iP !;: e .. r war. All Mo.. rd fi -,n'l me jnt the club roiiin 2 S M-,ln I Car lrive at t : ." a p jAdv-c Miii.v Fi,-rco- I Hunt niiu: ivn:. Mixxl dinees- af 'rih-'r. h, 1 Sitiii "a nlgb.T. .ee r;'k.iwt, p's po 1 'room. Fxeryt"odv wrbome Ad''. I MTIn. KlilAHYPs. I Mr. and Mrv Harvey F WFin s j hax-e trene to Maie lbi-. Mich.. ' Impend a wer'-, '.h i-'itive 'be S-i!x nti''"i rn.v w :'. -ir J llierce to hob l's mee-i'L" i-.T ;n to ' night at 'he T iber;; .ob". Cr'- Sprairue will s;-, . -il :. T; b ! bv I- ;r. FIRST IN THE NEWS-TIMES HARRY L.YERR1CK V..- Hon" : 4 UilClOl 1,1 -i Director Amhuln. vi-L motok tar irMii.N r 1 J Eyo3 Examined by H. LEMONTREE Ponth Dnd' Idtn( Oytomrtr1l M AQofct urlog Optician. 22H feOi'TII MICIIIUVN BT. Xlem X'boB eH. Lull rboM 14 1. FOIR of your patronage. Paste HOW ARE YOUR AUTO TIRES Are they ready to stand the cold winter weather and ice? If not, let Taylor put them in shape for your winter use. & 0 i . a tjr wr r m XT' .' o k. : -1- ' - . ' !! - V Fa- "W -ste :.. " . t.e . ict !:rt -rf al't"- ' i ) ' . '-' :.t C-e Interior Decoration Wall Paper Picture Frames The I. W. Lower Dec. Co. If your Ad was here, others would se it. Call News-Times and Ad mn will call on vou.