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t i Oo.-l.en, who have been the iruests ! of Mr. and Mr. K rt d Hanker:, lis; N. Sprim; st.. f.r the pa.-i 10 days, j i tu r ii I to ih :r homo Sunday even- . MISHAWAKA GENERAL NEWS 1 1 i tr. entertains foh Mr. and .Mr?. Bert Vir.k, Rate sr Elver Park, -ntertaind at a 'ami! dinner Karl R. J u n I a y in Smith., who honor of Cpl. .eft Monday for DEATH CLAIMS VAGANT STORES ''ar:ip Levons. Mas.-. H' has been lore n a two weeks' furlough vi 1 int: his patents, Mr. and Mrs. L ! Smith. 1421 i:. Third sr. :t- c 8 AW BAij fly TWO ON SUNDAY. DN SUNDAY NIGHT NEED TENANTS GETS HEAVY FINE momi: r.i'.vitns Mi:in L Co. extends an imitation pi o.-pt ( t i e members (f the nc w anizatmn to be present at the : 3 0 morv at or- i ar-l this even in jr. when an ! Mrs. William A. Cork and' Quartet Stage Free-for-all. ; Efforts Likely to Be Made James Shearer Succumb at i Policeman is Cut Three ! Attract More Merchants Are Arrested. ? Their Homes. to City. to August DeMeester to Discon- tine Business and Convert Building Into Apartments. i intertirii; basketball cam1 between ' t L and H Co. 's. will he played- I n:.. Id a t d i a-tm A. MM (I. it I' er. Mi' r i Lim an IT I . Hi M-r- aif o! r. r he i n , Jam- at m.- .MOlhe r r HI'p'A Ihl,' .i i I a 1 1 1 1! -. ' I a r i e A ii i . i ihm. I " di-hav. a.ia -an. In i 'Villiam A s f r - i h i!d i art; V. C. nd Ml I ..t Iii-- h . J. Mo W.o . t.-l, ar.d n- S'ii;d.' mo:nin. d I d .. t i 'i . I .". ' ' lo k . ar's i!:ra s with oia- - ie- a - I i il'lii i I 1 y M is ; .St a i J !"!'!' . a l:d as horn ' 1 ", 1 '. 7 . -).' am- to i I.', rear- auo f:ojM M.rh i o. J silH u mir lied : . 'fil k. 'A ho a;i i with lien. 't i:n;i Ru-ick, Elk i. 'ui k. or' M ti iiield ro;d. Mmvii'-i-i. at hIh'M' hoiia P.Crolman Montinc wa. c:t. in t Vi harid ". ith : formi dahb- looking knife a hen h- and Patrolman M' üride attempted to arre-t two rnn .- r i 1 two women at the ooi mu- of With ir.or- than a dozen stores va cant riuht in the heart of the south hide liu-iness district of Mishawaka, it is felt hy some of the more enter-pri-Intc citizens that an effort should MISHAWAKA LOCAL Ml.-'IIAWAKA LOCAL M. W. A. meeting (!t'riiav, al so initiation. II. II. Enhbins. V. C. A.Ht V. and (Vnter st. . foi- !' o' lock. Th t South ', nd -lie- died. She al .-o ! 'C "I ild I II. 'tJIO'fa 1 HefViC s V. l! 'tie I sid e IK ' 'i'ile -i !,. . o'clock. Ree. I r. 1 the Methodi-t !d'i . ill of!: i.i ;e. .Fa me.; ..re- hi-- mother. Mi . . at w: att. ..i :. l a d en i -1 foi- ; i if ; t no n i.i . Mr. ,-!) a i f r w a 1 : .i .. o.-! i i ; i I e- . :. 1 1 f ,1 r - f ' i ! . He I e - i d ! v his f n t na- i i f ? 1 1 1 1 vol i hi- n t o t h ..I d til! ee si-t rs. I'iiih r i1 - r i' - ' i; re-idel i , Tll',v i : :.' oVloeL. FL. "-. f th I T' o t e rian ' r i.i x . I', at ia I will eniet' t y. f...i! ruiiil- 1 m id from a t ternooii ai Mail.' F'.irke;-, . opal hurt;h. i .J at Tl.e home 1 '.I ia ! m t li She.) r " ' o'i lock. 1 1" o:;e -.-k with ra in Madi.-on ;. and was :'. .' ! i: ; hi i iii- lif IS s u - three l. rother.- .. ill he hel 1 from d i a !'ti rncoM at I r. .1. A. T'.urnett. Lincoln wa i.-ht shortl rial tet had "'-n t lalinr: a parVi' aral lmhil-ed toe fieely; in fact, all of them w-.-iesaid to have het-n drwrk. They had , Hiiiii'' troii'ide with the taxi driver v. ho hrotiht tlo-ni ov-r about th" fate, which resulted in a mix-up in i which all of the hunch took a hand. Someone calhd the police and in j short time the patrol arrived with ithe tva o'lieeis. While attempting to make the arrst, Achile I.ootens. ; I 1 V. Sixth st.. dr w a krifo on i.Montin. Tins started the mix-'ip. ! The lohr e dr-w their baton.-, and j I.ooten was friven a idow which put ; him out of the pjnriie. In the nu-an- time, a soldier, who formed one of . th party, made a rjuick jjft-away. ' The trio was brought tt) the police !.-talio,i wliere the female memberj 'of the party fcave tlieir n.imes as . Mis. Krun.n Tros.-a rt and Klodie ; Martens. A jdiy sieia n was e ill-d. 1 who attended to Iiotens injury. Ow iriLr to the fact that there are no ac commodation for women in th" local bastile. they were taken j to the county jail. ; When arraigned Monday last i at this time j,e made to attract mer- j chants from other cities here. The it-I success attained by the Messrs. Hur- w i'" h since opening an ext. lusii e shoe stor in the city i set forth as a reason why other lines of business could be made to pay, and pay well. These vacant stores, with probably two exceptions, were formerly oc cupied ;is saloons and have bern empty since prohibition went into effect. For a city with the popula- Au'.st iV'.Meester. 4 0 J S. Well st., pled suilty Monday to a charge of unlawfully keeping intoxicating; ATT I !. TI )N' l'AINTKUS. honors nnd was lined JlSO.Oft anJ j Th re will br a n.eetin-' for th costs and iven a 120 days jail s-n- purpose of oranizin- a Painter s' tencc. In.le l-irj; later suspended I'nion on Tuesday r venini; in the the jail sentence on the defendant's j Maccabr s Hal!. Adt. pronii-e to discontinue hi.s business and remodel hi buiidinir into living apartments. He staled that lie had already disposed of a lot of Iiis fix tures and furnishings. DeMeester paid the imp and f o.-ts which 'amounted to MS0.00 He also vol untarily surreiuled live quarts of whisky. I In suspending the jail not in: to i.nci:i:s. Panr' the old year out ;md the new year in at Moose hall Tuesday niaht. Advt. tion of Mishawaka there are com- i JJb' t'H'K emphatically paratively few stores', and that oth ers could be made a Mieeess, pro chied. of course, the riis'iu sort of merchandise was carried, i not doubted. Merchant of the city aro not above admitting that competi tion is the life of trade, and it ha.s been demonstrated that such oppo sition generally helps the other fel low and Ives to the nubü; a more j liberal -hoice of poods. Mishawaka's population is be tween K.,n0) and 17.000, while its weekly payroll is one of th best, in sentence declared that the leineney which the court had shown in bootless! n cases would be abandoned hereafter, and no jail sentence would be suspend ed. He further stated that enough publicity had been Kien to show the attitude of the police in reparas to this matter anJ no one could plead Ignorance in a liquor violation case. The case of the Slate vs. William j Kolowski charged with assault and j battery v. as continued. A bond of j was furnished by the de fendant. Kr.COVKKS 1TIOM IMI ITAZA. Charles Hoy, Lincoln way V.. has recovered from an attack of in-tluenza. It. H. Sfake of Akron. O. his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Spake, F 1 3 Lincoln way E., , is: ted W. II . Sunday. Dr. Makilski, Second st. osteopath, lid W prisoners state. comparison to its population, in tho I Ted King: entered a plea of guilty to intoxication and was fined $J l'nfortunatelv. the city has no itii such mat tt rs. but it find costs. John Loytus 1 no süi'h mattrs fail it ha-- hccii to intoxication and hum inn.. ' - I' - i i . .. ... . . , i - i . : . I. . , u-L'i'stoI that tfie Kiwanis Cluo, , unu coaia wuiui ne jmui also pleased puilt was lined $5.00 I ! i u II h i-e in will of I 'air v iev L'aduiiS pi" iili'il not guilty to r chart-e of assault and battery a nd ! w'"'n it resi, mcs its u inter meeting?. riion; i:i:mh:i:. cantata. The choir of th" i'ir.-t I'resbv terian birch r.ndered a C!;a-!tn;is ran '...'.i, "The I'cruim: of the Kinrr." ar , , .- jce Sunday afternoon, ''her.- wa ; a laru-e coPrt tra f ioa pi ' -t ot. T!i. rendition, was exeep tauialh tin". 1 r. Hnrnett, pastor of the church, had for hi- sublect b u Year's meditat i n, "Memory :.i'd Life." Mr-. A F.. l.rf.w pre- sided at the orpan. wa-; for th- benelit tow aid a fund for th :nn- iv The off-rin" he choir and. pun hn -!n? of (.l is IVI Samuel f. MMiawa!::; lo m si i;i: s .M AVix. Sli wart, master of l-o l b !'. ,v- A. M., of Intoxication. lie asked for a continuance which was granted him. His ca-e will Ml tried later. Mrs. Martens Mrs. Trossaert both er.tt red a pi vi of not miilty to ;harus ff intox icatioti, but were I found ::uilty and ,'isa's.-ad a lino of i' and costs each. Fn k'ivim: the) S'-ntt-iea- Judue 'ix u;f them a! severe ba t'.ire and .-tat d that afti-i la its f i r prejury ami other charges i oiuc'nt to f.c tiled aivainsi. them at: once. He said he was sorry h" : could not line them 1' times as much as he did, but that was thej maximum ::ii" ior intoxication on the first offense. He stated that they ouuht to be ashamed of themselves. tin steps to brine: the matter prom-!JQ INJURED WHEN THROWN FROM BUGGY take inently before merchants of oth r cities who mL'ht ho willing to ; consi.ler trie estaoiisnmcni oi : branch s here. ROMANCE OF TARZAN AT TEMPLE TODAY wa-. th" recipb-nt of a hand.-ome p..-t tuasfi-r's 'ewe on the occasion o" Iii- retirement, by the member-- til the lod-'e at a: th" Masi.nit aa;ht. Mr. S. hwartz. who is one of I'm-- prominent members t-f the Iodize -uci-eeded :is ii:a-!er by William. bi rmar. -idu:e continued, as both of them had husbands and one of them ! .wen had o child. He further stated (that if they could not pay their fines j lie would issue' a mittinus for them i immediately. In the course f,f t)ie evidence in- I marine a story of breathless mo e ni'iit set amid the contrasting scenes d' the jungles of unexpkred Africa and the luxurious atmosphere of American society, with Tarzan, the son of noble parents, who has been rai'cd in the eart of the wilds by an ape foster-mother, as the central fifrure, and one can obtain some L?ea i of the treat in store for local film enthusiasts when "The Romance of Tarzan" conies to the Temple thea ter today ami Tuesday. The pro- ! duction is in seven parts, and thi cast is one of the very best. See fb-e-thal- -r i:t i 'i 1 earth t. i: i nd M l ha ti k a ud coke. X 1 I th phones ".T.b for W. i ?dea:.nt irafheririL' I ch. rubers Sat-.rdav ltr,,,1,,ft"1 jt hr.uKht out that i 1 1 1 es e dornen in company with laio jtens and a soldier had attended tho i t, ileum inraier matinee ana later isited a saUon. after which they hired a taxi and came to Mishawaka. When arrested they were north of I Lincoln wav headed for the brewerv. When the police attempted to arrest Lootens both wonrn interfered and on tne stand Mondav mornimr thev stated that their reason for inter fering was that Ivotdens was too K'ood of a friend of theirs to .see him arrested. Roth women are alleged to have slapped and kicked the ofli c rs. Adv I J3 Sh uster rown" OSS Assortment of the Boys' and Girls' Shoes in St. Joseph County: See the Display j Ti:i KIN; AKHKSTKI. Ted Kinsr was arrested on I hare of public intoxication ye.-ter-i day. He will be arraigned this morn i imr i HH.H SCHOOL NOTKS. Plans are nearly coinplcttd for the New Year's Ie watch party to be plen in the Hijrh school autli torium by the senior class. The en tertainment will take the form of a pood vaudeville ond dancing. The vaudeville will benefit ETA 01 The -auilellle will consist of a playlet, "Good Women," a mind leading act, cadet drill, minstrel show, another pli.viet, "Dear Ma bel." and readinuv.' ami recitations. The actors are all members of the senior lass and th- music will be furnished by the Miles Smith or chestra. Folio. vinir the program dancing will take place with music by Frcd- fl i rickson's rclustra. At 12 o'clock a novel stunt win no Maceu. .iun. other amusements are planned ar.d the work is beinir lirectetl by the class Mponscrs. Miss ltb'uins. Mis. Timm. Miss Noycs and Mrs. Rri.-- Mr-. Kuth Lohshart and her daughter Grace were badly bruised about the head and body as the re sult of beinjr thrown from a bu-K in which tliey were ridimr Tho a-cident occurred on the Main st. road north of the city Monday morn intr. The horse became frightened at a piece of paper and ran away. Mrs. josephin- Hint rs who accom panied Mrs. Robshart and her daughter escaped uninjured. They reside near Elkhart and had come here to spend Monday with iheir sister Mr. F.UKnc Ptlvey, who liven north of Mishawaka. An automobile which passed shortly afterwards took tho mjure.1 people to the Pelvty home where medical attention was iven them Mrs. Rohshart and daughter will be unable to return to their homo for several days as the result of their Injuries'. GETS HER SHARE p rr-iT IP '.1 HL I 1 I yQ H Cy 23-DEC-ro Husband and Child Die, Home Burns, Then She Loses Three Children. "WOMAN AND WIFE" AT THE LINCOLN TODAY MOT AW A& A WANT ABS ! toi. j The -.enior class has nlretidy spent j over $100.'" on war work and what eer funds are taken in will be used ! for carrying on the work. That popular favorite, Alice Hrady, will be seen at the Lincoln today In "Woman and Wife," from Charlotte Rronte's popular novel, i Jane Eyre. Ousted from the horn j of rich relatives with whom she is ; living at the opening of the story, j Jane Eyre is sent to an institution j presided over by the cruel Mr. Rrocklehurst. Here she wins all hearts, and luckily escapes from its irksome confines when che secures a position as poverness to Adele, the I 'lauKhter of Edward Rochester. The story is too well known to need repe tition. Sufficient to say nothing has been omitted in its pieturization to detract from its absorbing interest WANT DR. PARKER TO REMAIN HERE IIo ri'NintAIi NOTES. Funeral services for Henry DR. H. W. REYNOLDS, Dentist, Clover st., will be held at the Mishawaka Trust and Savings Co. I residence this afternoon at 1:"0 Pmldimr. j WANTED horse . 1 '.-.one in 30t A ' o'clock. Rev. Dr. R. L'arle Parker - - ' of the Methodist church will offici- Man with Ford truck orjate. Eurial will be in the Osceola md wa.m. liii; money. 1 cerriftcrj'. 'td. F"r particulars cah ! Funeral services for Walter dor- Home phone 7 " '. ;on o: Mr. L ST Watch, between St. Joseph .liurch and school. Has initials "T. E. Z." Kindly nturn to St. A;- n s convent. eOtl don. se -n-vea r-old Mrs. Cftrdon. Twin Rranch. will b. held at the residence Mondav after ; noon at 2::;a) o'clock. Rev. Mr. Jor- i don -f sceola will otfa iate. P.urial will Ve in I airview cemetery. J At a quarterly conference of the J Methodist church held Sunday even j in it reports for the j ear were pr J sented and showed most Gratifying i stains in very lepartmcnt of work, j A petition from the omlal board I as presented askir.u that I)r. R. E. Parker, pastor of the local Metho dist Episcopal church retained l r another year. Dr. Parl;r has ano i done exct-lknt work for his church since assuininu the pastorate. INDIANAPOLIS. Dec. HO. Fol lowing the death of her husband and one child, the burning of her home and all her worldly posses sions, Mrs. Mary Riggins, from Ok lahoma, lost three of her four sue viving children in Indianapolis, and found two of them only to larn one of the three was missing from the two. The police helped her through her difficulties. The woman's husband died of in fluenza. One of the five children died of the same disease. Shortly afterward the family home was burned. Taking her few children. Rigirins started for her obi home in Kentucky. She arrived in Indiana polis about midnb-rht, and unable to get a train until the . next day, she went to a rooming house. In the morning she took a 5-yoar-old child, and left the rooms she had engaged to get something to eat for the fam ily. When she attempted to return she found she was lost and did not know which way to turn. She ap pealed to the police An automobile was placed at her disposal, and two policemen spent the greater part of a day canvassing the rooming hous es of the city. Late in the afternoon a man called the police static n. He said: "This is . I operate the hotel. A woman came here last night with several children. She J went out this morning leaving three ; of them, to gt something to eat, 1 hut as yet has not returned. Now i one of the three children i gone. ' What shall I do?" Mrs. Riggins was taken to the ho- j tel. She found her 1-year-old son. aral H-months'-old baby, but her 7- j year-old daughter was'the one who i wandered away looking for her i mother. The police found the girl j and assigned a man to stay with the family and keep its members to gether until all were on the train headed for Kentucky. man savings account is pre pared for a financial emergen- his bank book is on guard to protect him in investments he has made, and there to make it possible for him to take advantage of op portunities. A savings account is any man's greatest asset without it no one is standing on a firm foundation. Start now to save and learn to save regularly. Deposit a share of your income once a week or at least once a month. You'll find yourself in much better circumstances, and on the road to independence and advancement in a comparatively short time. 1 ne iviisnawaKa i rust et savings o. is anxious to open an account for you. You'll like our friendly way of doing business, our conservative methods and reliability. lisSiawaka iru 'A Sayings Co Located in Mishawaka's Only Fire Proof Bank Building n r.H w w- iwm mn mm m iw-wri rr rt m ' rr m r f -V r'M f WfM U UUÜU Li iiUird U üU MILLION DOLLAR FIRE AT BRISTOL, VIRGINIA. t I 105 N. Main FOR UENT Sprir.tr st. -Six -room house, S. , In'juire ' l t E. First j I o Id. F i: SAl.K - Tino .1 Cid:; i bear ticor--.- F. e 2 rir.::-. ne bi type Po- Ed'-'i'.de to l . C- Lbvil;art. jr.. Ho;:.. , In. KKNT Tw furni-he h -; h t h o u st. k 1 1 p 1 1 : . 1 rt r: i -VoLin - pre f rt a. lF'j Ann t. mauiox m ti! T.HKvi:.Tin:i: Marion Rutli. damrhter of Mr. r.n i Mrs. J. Clifford Starkweather 1 .". S. Hon.e st.. ,iied last night at o'clock. Tlie child was born Sunday and u-a about four hoars old. She leav s her parents r. nd three broth t rs. ciav.de. .Tidin and Kenneth. Fn nei il -erics will b held from th y, -ld.-nce this after noon at 4 o'clock. Rev. tP-or-e ". Titus, of the First Christian church, will orhciate. Tam-inu'k (inucc Installation. Tamarack ar.d Madison (irange will hold puhhe installation, at Ta marack hall New Year's day. A splendid program lias heed arrange,' , which will include a rirst-elass .'e- j Year's dinned. Alter this feature the I installation of olhcers will take place i Everv'-odv will be made welcome. I ERISTOL. Va.-Tenn.. Dr. "0. Five large business house. in" ludir.---the I-)mir.ion National bank, were destroyed tonight by flr which for a time threatened destruction of a laro portion of the business district. The flames were checked only after the arrival of lire companies Kingsport. Tonn., in response call from the mayor of Bristol, loss is estimated at fl.öOO.O;". a S.r : V fil A r ' '.-'- omorrow Two Days Only ConcliLÜn (Chapters of "T;ir7a:i i,f the Ar" 1 nf ihc Scrjcn. The M 'A I rami fA- -ie' : . -;,-5v.- .'-.v.:',-5 1,---; :.:-, e i-s n , ..-1.1 1 I -lT We specially invite ladi es and chiKlren to our el'tnic animal a rnmitive man's strudle a";aint : ilizaii'in's sinister f rce-. Th.e super-vt"ry d" li:u; ad venture : t marvei' his hU'if.'J-tini:-an.i a Ive v. 1 1 matinees ai 2 'C i'ii at:,. and T L:veninc; show at 7, 8:3o, 9:43. Admission Sc, ice. WEDNESDAY NEW YEAR'S DAY 'THE LAND OF THE FREE' THURSDAY "THE IRON TEST" ALSO 2 LAST EPISODES OF "HANDS UP" FRIDAY GEORGE WALSH IN "ON THE JUMP" f rot to The Ignace Paderewski iTo Head The New Republic of Poland TFT ; - - ALBANIAN CONGRESS ORGANIZED AT BERLIN :ir.-s I tmd.-. Room So. ah Hend. . m. . nd e e 1 ii t (" rl- . ". MENNONITE SERVKT -S. Jolin A. Sinner, former pastor of the Mennonite church at Mishawaka. will deliver the sermon at the serv ice to be held in the church New Year's eve- The church is located at Locust and H.tttdl st. FOR RENT -First floor rooms of a lar:e modem house, corner Lin coln way E. and Merritield av. Reil ? Home phone . 1C047-1 ro vi:i TimrsiiAY. Mr. and Mr. Samufl E. WVIIon have i;one to Chicago where they will attend the weddinp of their tl.vahter. Fear! Ehne Welton. t Serct. V. i . Anderson Thursday. RONTON'. rec. "a. An American I Altanian con?res.s w is organized I here today to work for the return to Albania of territory which ppeak I ers alletretl was wronirl taken from ! the!r country after the ast Balkan war. Dpteprates from "2 citb s rep resenting all sections of the Fnit-1 States, attended. Ibnnis Kambury of Niles. O., was elected president phone LI FE ET Y RONR.S If thrcimh sick-r;.- v a l.erse circumstance.'' you f.-el t!:..t yo : mil"; turn your bonds in:-, .ad'., e M:. Stark in the Mi!: awaka Trust LbU'. "Open Eve nings." WILLOW CHEEK CLI'Il. The Willow Creei; E-onomir clu'" wia-'tipp which imi to have L-een held Tuesilay. Dec. has been Iodj.ond on account of sickness. A M-.o'-ncement of the new date wiE be made later. HOSPITAL NOTl. Ini iPn.hl underwent an op tion at St. Joseph's hospital M .Mis. Hatty Steff, S. Mam t.. who recently underwent an operation ha. ben removed to her hmc. r-.-iSINN FEINERS BLOW UP '"' ! MONUMENT ERECTED TO THE CORK SOLDIERS LON'bON. rec. ?.r. Accortlin to dispatches from Lanzis and ro.-;en. r-jininir by way of Rer'.in. it is pro posed to proclaim a republic in Poland, with Isrna. .- J. Paderewski as president. Paderewski's entrance into Posen, says the Zeituntc am Mittatr. re. sepibled a triumphal proce.-sion The houses were lavishly tiecorated, the niembers f Polish associations lined the .-,tre.-t- and th" Land play ed Polish airs with the crowds sini; injr w ith enthusiasm. Soldiers carrv uifr rir'.es mached in the precession. 2u: F"R SALE--Et -i ler.ee on 127 ana av. Modern. Oper.-air ins; room. Home phono R 711 Indi slec p- Try a ton of I'ott Dearbon oat. hw in cash and clean. Prampt s- r ice. Ibdh phones ?,". 2. Ooethals and Mahaiik, Ml W. Fourth st. t o(H'ii:s I'Uiuxii c;n. Charles Hesch of the U. S. S. Ma dawaska. who has been visiting with li.s parents. Mr. and Mrs. peter Hesch. 11 ä II. Ctroe st.. left Mon thly for iK'iroit. yi.h., where h-' will visit friend? before returning to Norfolk, "a. to rt port for duty. CORK. Ie. ro. Sinn Feir.ers on Saturday nicht, after the announce ment of the election results, blew up the monument erected by public subscription to the Cork foldiers who had foutrht in the south Afri can war. PARENTS lIT 1 l ;HTE1L Mr. aua Mjtw Joseph clallajher. Advertisers can sell for less profit from volume. hi nt i on insam; man. FONT OF LAC. Wis.. Dec. 30. A bewhiskered insane man who his been living in the marshes of Au burn aral who i-' relieved responsi ble for -eveial msterius fires that have occurred on farms) In that vi cinity is belntr hunted by poshes of farmers and sh Tiff's deputies. b'.:t so far has evaded capture. Th i: an is arrrfd "nd on several ooca Mor.s has exchanged shots with his It:rsuers. LIHSOLll! ÄMKOÜHGEFiüEfn Of Coniin,;' Ii' AttntJtions for NEW YEAR'S WEEK A Super Feature livery Day. ' ','.T.'I .1 i .... . i wy . J : . t - , ' - -- - t " - ti. I - -- ... ', -':-'V''V iSi; : .-;.- 4 f - - - - I i i i , i . H U llllliJ III II II I I ' ! ! i TODAY SeL-rt Picturj l'rc-.'::ts Alice Bradv mf In 'Woman and Wife' From tlharlottj I5r kite's Iniin -rial V-vjI Jane Eyre TUESDAY Goldwyn Presents MABEL NORMAND IN "DODGING A MILLION New Year's Day, Matinee and Night WILLIAM S. HART IN "THE LONE AVENGER FIRST IN THE NEWS-TIMES'T I - V, 3 pi ri i ,'i