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MISHA WAKA GENERAL NE WS I
News-Timen Oficc: 120 Lincoln Way West. Home Phone 118; Bell 10
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STRIKE EXAM
D
OF BR
Allied Nations Unite in Great
Cause Dr. Burnett's
Sunday Sermon.
!! shi!l ?t ai an -nin f.r ',
t.Uions;, and v. ill n .s. m b! th- out
cast of Israel, and g.tthT toth.-r
7h diaper. of Ju.ih from th- four
rner of tin- eirth. The ny a!o
-f I'phr.iim hall I j.art, and th-y
That vex Ju'l.ih Miall b. ru off;
Kphraim l.all mt -ny .I'blah. and
Juduh shall ri.( v 1 '; hi Mint."
The above litfinu t t funis 1-aiih
11:12-I '. foi nif'l th- f .t -1 - of a t-iI-n-1:d
'tinn oTi "Th l.i- uu- of Na
tion." MiwiH by Dr. .1. A. J'.'ir-r,-tt
in (h- I"l!t I': . -v. y i. i i.in inir h
I"" t7i lav :tftf !iioo:i bi-fore a birg
otir'a t ion hi tli- n:j?.-" of his
l Tnarl.v I i . I : . 1 1 n t said: "Thr
U no q'.2v!;o!j w it'll v. Iii- Ii tl: paCe
r-t id fr :! . i'ov ii, s--.-!oi;. shall
!-i!, which o ri ' ' i i i 5 us iiif'if than
tbN iiii- ni tl'oo.l o? itit i national
relationship a r '1 ro-'ji- .a t ion that
-h ill p v ::t a Ii ;,,',.i t hT ; t.'i clys-
mio ti!U'.;!f, an.l j.t tb- .rii tim'
rninvf Up- c:i'i-'-, if ihn i- p-mN",
f-o- ifM.rl to arm-- Yn h--sons haw
h "ii tiu:;ht, anil r.v, v art' rori-
-i ro d as to - i- i t r:i t ion (if th"
!!;? whi b ha- oai- out of th"
i otiflict. :i rid th'.s wif! di-pt-ml u p m
the ncciiiiup of th- o!,s which
t h wa r lias forced.
"Iril'nt Wil-op. in his address
b-fore -onrrs.s .Fan. . 1 V 1 's . :,mVm tin
in tt r Clin ret form as outlined in
t ! pi ,": in for th'- world's i--aco.
Iiis view's s!:nil by th practical
MiiU'Siiifi! of th- world. '
Affr sp-akinr of tlo- untold nii.--
: ies of war, J Jr. IMrnMt continued:
" V talk of inti-rrm t iooal law. hut.
t!iis i? an ex e"dingly . t",:- term
.and it has no fori-- ) ond the will
of the individual nation. bcaue
law muht ha? an ad-iu.it- jienalty.
Suppoof oar laws a.iin-t murder
had no more foreo than inti-rnational
law. dire onsoqu-m s would fol
low. While none of us would po out
and commit murder th door would
iic open for an im r-ase of the
i rime.
Advan"! of i i (ligation.
"ThP iiitvaiiif of civilization
KhoulJ hind humanity together In ;i
rloyer bond. The allied nation-",
united In a reat ius liav.- iven
to the world a striking example of
hrotherhood; and their co-operation
i ts.sntial for the solvimr of the
problems of civilization wliich can
not he done by the nations aclin.,'
eparately.
'We are all a si eel that a Iau'ue
of Nations is at least desirable, but
let ip not be vwrvi d hy sentiment
from the hi.-toiKa! lesions which
liave come to u oil rnin such
ompacts. If it shall ! no more
Than The Hane i on r-!u es liav
been. bt not the par.- delegates
v. äste their tirm- : its onsideration.
"National dipuie ami probb-rns
-iiould be s. tth d y the nation it
s'. If without any outsiib- influence.
I y this realizing that peculiar na
tional conditions may arise wherein
oth. r nations. mt-:hl b justified in
i: tf vf. rin. b it this ; a detail whh-h
::tei -national stateMi.en must work
o ; w ar - d"alinir with ir-n.-r.tl
; iii' ip!'.
"The military party in lermnny
. opj.o,l To the l.eaU-. ami it is
natural that it sl.o.'h! he. because
militarism and i'lim ;-.it y can thrie
...:' on war War is irmonm'.buis
:tli a republic, and whenever a re-
OR SAL!! -At a udmed price.
The Geo. i-"rar:k i'roperty on Easi.
Mi.-hawaka Kb-ht ioom modern
Lo.:s on corner rt. paing paid.
Price, 0. St ark Realty Co.. Mi.-h-
ivaka Trust I'M, D'-ti
FOUND A pi kt t. ook. Sunday
ni'-rht at tlo l.ir. o!u theater. Hn-
; can hav. s.-.m-- ' applying at
The News-Tmvs oth.-.- and paying
for this advertis ni r.t. lOtl
WANTED To t-eni. farm of Sil to
I JO acres Addre lb R. News
times, f'tö
FOIl SALE Piano, lniuire N'.
Cedar st. K.t2
l-hn KENT Of: SAI.K A fr.irao.
Enquire at W Mishawaka av.
lot:'
LIHKUTY r.OXDS If you ft e! that
you most turn our lonl into
cash, see Mr. Stark at olfic" of Stark
itealty Co.. Mi-hawaka Trust El.fg.
6tf
WANTED Young lady for store
work. Inquire 11! W. First st.
Apply evening JtS
WANTED Refined girl of artistic
temperament, capable of acting a
saleslady. Good position. Address
I. M.. News-Times. CU
FOR RENT Two famished rooms
for light housekeeping. Al
pullets for sale. Roll phone Mi.
1102 Ann st. 9t2
AGENT WANTEr To sell hich
grade household specialty; big de
mand and good profit; gh e age and
address. Write P.o IJ-Ji, News
Time, South lnd. i:o54-7
miHIAWAKA WAMT AIDS
1 4- fc i
i
Fuhlic enters a war it loses in larpe
measure its democracy and becomes
autocratic Germany will have to
undergo Loth political and moral re
veneration before she can be ad
mitted to the LaK'ie.
Relu"tloii of Armaments.
"To my mind there must he som
principle for tlie reduction of arma
ment, If not for tlisarment. We
cannot expect the future peace of the
world If the nations continue to pile
up hutre armamentM and assemble
and p'iuip sreat armies. The arm
inj; of one nation means the armimr
of another, and competitive arme
nint excite national suspicions and
hatreds, and tend to cause war.
Autocracy has been defeated and
the nations should league themselves
in such a way that co-operation
shall be the motive in all interna
tional matters, reducing the burden
of armament to the very minimum.
"Iet it ever be borne in mind that
the la'uo s to adjust international
oisputes and not to settle national
difficulties; the maintaining of an
international police force would only
complicate the workings of national
machinery."
"'I in: MinTI.17 AT
LINCOLN TODAY.
"Tli- Shuttle." starring Constance
Talmadne, and adapted by Marparet
Tui nhull and Harvey Thew from the
"lest seller" novel of the same name
by Krances HortKson Hurnctt, will be
shown at th- läncoln theatre today.
Miss T.ilin.'MlKP, as F.ettlna Vander
poel. hr3 an ade.juate opportunity
for the lisplay of hr unique com
edy talejits.
After twelve years of separation.
1'ettlna. the youngest daughter of
th. American multi-milionaire, Keu
ben Vandejxjel, gos to vi.cit her sis
ter. Itosalie. now Iady Anstruther.,
at her Knglish estate. She finds her
broken in heclth and spirit by the
cruel maltreatment of Sir Nifiel An
struthers. who has left her and their
youmc son in the ruins of the old
castle and the neglected estate, to
resume hU old-time dissipation
abroad. Hetty, his h-spirited and re
sourceful, rehabilitates her sister and
refurnishes the castle an J the
grounds.
M.MIY lJ('KIMi:i AT
TIOMl'Li: TODAY.
Annette Kellermann, who was
shown at the Temple yesterday in
"Queen f the Sea." drew the lrp:
es,t crowd to that playhouse since
it was opened, according1 to Mana
ger Iimbiotte. The picture to be
shown today is that of Mary Pick
ford in "Johanna Enlists," a screen
adatation of Itohert- Hughes' suc
cessful story. "The Mobilization of
Johanna." One feature of the play
which makes it notable Is that the
military scenes with which it
abounds presents the members of
the 143rd regiment, field artillery,
of which Miss Pickford is the hon
orary colonel. She has ac harming
rob- in this picture which is said
to be quite different from any she
has essayed heretofore.
llOMi: GUARDS' UFNI.ITT.
Two splendid pictures will be
shown at the ("enturv theatre Wed
nesday night on the occasion of .the
Home Guards' benefit. Norma Tal
madge. in "Children in th House,"
land Charlie Chaplin in "Shoulder
Arms." will be screened, and their
merits shoiild draw a big audience.
RiTiTsFs pri:siii:xcy.
Mrs. Henry J. Graham, who was
recently appointed president of the
Mishawaka Woman's club, has re
fused acceptance of the office. Mrs.
W. F. Putterworth has been named
in her place.
CHARGING ANI REPAIRING.
I . a . ... 1... S -C .1 !
.-Uio Sioi a' oaiieiir-j. r- v o. .
overland Service. Lincoln Way
iWest. Advt. St
' FOR SALE A nice vacant lot on
west Lawrence st.. for $."00. All
j improv ements in street and paid for.
i Stark Realty Co. 10-6
i 'OR SALE Seven room house on
; west Rattell with all Improvements
tin. Price 2,T.0. Stark Realty Co..
I Mishawaka Trust RUlg. 10-6
' FOR SALE 10 H. P. Falk engine,
j portable, silo tiller, feed grinder,
j line shaft, tanks for oil. 40 feet of
j belt, cut-off saw attached. Sell
Cheap. Inquire News-Times. 15t4
I
j FOR SALE Three strictly modern
bungalows. Call Home phone 47S.
o
FOR SALE CTb-ap. Two chair bar
ber outfit and pool table. Or Will
t .
trade for a horse or what have you.
Write Wok C. A.. News-Time ?t7
! FOR SALE S-room house. W.
i Broadway st.. J 2.000; 5-rOORl
I house, v. Hattells st., $1.650; 6-room
I house, K. Liwrence st.. $1.300; T-!
room new modern house with hard
wood double floors, Forest av., a
real bargain. $."..500. E. C. Gar
mire, Koom 4, Enelevirum bldg. titS
FOU SALE Three acres with 5
room house and garage. Enquire
1 ring on Reil phone S2. 4tl0
SF YOU are forced to sell your Lib
erty Ronds, bring them where you
will get the' highest price. American
tJond Co.. C20 J. M. S. Rldg. 13132-tf
We pay $45 to $51 cash for $50
Liberty bonds. We also buy con
tracts. Open 9 to Z and evenings
7 to S. C. L Guthrie. 4 23 J. M. S.
Dldff. 131C9-tf Adv.
WANTED Hoy to work, over 16
Kmss Raking Co l"t:
WILLIAM E. HAWKINS i
DIES SUNDAY NIGHT!
William K. Hawkins, 1407 Lincoln
way K., a resident of MLshawaka for
the past 30 ears, died at his hime
Sunday nlsht at :25 o'clock fol
lowing a two years' Illness with com
plications.
lie was born in Wabash county,
Ind.. June 7, 1S51. and was nearly
fS years old. He came here from
Wabash JO years ago and wa a re
tired farmer. On Dec. 28. 1S71 he
was married to Miss Nancy Ander
son, who survives with one daughter
and six sons, Mrs. William H. Fam
min. Chicago; J. IJ. Henry and
Frederick. Mishawaka; Iüdwad. Oa
lU'n, Mich.; i'.enjamin, .South Bend.
and Clyde of the Vi.ited States army,
who has just arrived in New York
from overseas- duty. Mr. Hawkins
also leaves three brothers, Dr. Z.
Hawkins, .wayzec, Ind.; Jacob, of
Wabash and John, of Lousianr.a, and
four sirters. Mrs. I). Mc Honald. Fl
wood. Ind.; Mrs. Frank Vance, Wa
bash; Mrs. Kate Outland. Washing
ton, D. C; and Mrs. Phoebe Frost
ol Wyoming.
I'uneral arrangements will be
made later.
REALTY COMPANY
PROPERTY IS SOLD
Atty. J. v. Schindler bd in the
property of the Linco!n Gardens Co.,
at the third annual sale of the city
delinquent improvement taxes held
at the city hall MoivJty. The wie
was conducted by City treasurer W.
L. Kimball, Allan Hicharäson and
Charh s Shelton bid in a part of the
Mason property. The sale lasted 20
minutes and the entire lot was sold.
IIOAIID OF WORKS MI-'ITTIXG.
A. F. S.nith and J 3 others peti
tioned the board of works Monday
forenoon for a street lamp on N.
Main at Stanley st. The Central
Union telegraph has petitioned tho
board for additional conduits. The
matter was referred to the city en
gineer, street commissioner anil
Sunt. Kline. City Enginoer Stevens
submitted a drawing showing the
conditions on O'Connor st. A pe
tition will have to be presented if the
residents want the street opened.
IIOXORARLY DISCHARGED.
Lieut. Curtis Reebe, who has re
cently been discharged from the sig
nal corps of ihc army, spent Sunday
with friends in Mishawaka. Lieut.
Reebe is enroute to Akron, O., where
he will resume his position. He is a
former Mishawaka resident.
Earl Satterlee has received his dis
charge from the field artillery
branch of service at Fort Sill. Okla.,
and has returned to this city.
SI RPRISK PARTY.
About ."0 guests surprised Mrs.
Fred Weinkauf Sunday evening at
her home. 930 E. Fourth St., on the
occasion of her birthday aniversary.
Progressive pedro was a feature of
the evening and prizes were award
ed to Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kuhn. Miss
Irene Kronewitter and Iawren
Stels. The remainder of the evening
was spent with music and dancing.
RELEASED FROM QUARANTINE.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Isidore
Van Huffell, N. Mill St.. has been
released from quarantine, a daughter
Caroline having recovered from an
attack of scarlet fever.
The Smith home at 415 W. Law
rence st., has also been released.
This home has been under quaran
tine the greater part of the last
three months.
DEATH Ol-" SISTER.
Mrs. Charles Joshick, TOlMi E.
Eighth st., has received word that
her sister Mrs. George Rrandon died
In Elkhart Sunday night. Mrs Bran
don was formerly Miss Lucille Nel
son and had visited her sister here
on several occasions. Mr. and Mrs.
Joshick left Monday morning for
Elkhart.
YALENTINE PARTY.
The Home Grove Drill team will
meet at the home of Mrs. Harry
Kimball. 116 W. Sixth st., Wednes
day evening. The guests will attend
In masquerade costume and manv
seasonable games and contests will
occupy the evening.
MISS OGLE TO SPEAK.
A talk on "The Textile Situation
will be given by Miss Leila C. Ogle
at the meeting of the Parent-Teachers'
association of Rattell school
Wednesday afternoon. An exhibit of
made-over clothing will feature the
meeting.
ODDI lXLOWs ATTKXTIOX!
Informal reception to returned
soldier members, Tuesday evening.
Alt Odlfellovs are invited. Music
and refreshments. John Wadsworth.
X. G. Advt.
( HIUAGO YIsITORs.
Mr. rt. Lovie and Mrs. Edmond
Kaufman of Chicago, are the guests
of their sisters Mrs. Rerthold Daer
and Mrs. Ralph S. Feig. Lincoln way
E.
Stated meeting, Mishawaka chap
ter. 267. O. E. S.. Tuesday evening
Picnic supper at 6:"" o'clock.
HAZEL POMEROY. W. M.
ALLIE MICHAEL. Sec y.
Advt.
TO ENTERTAIN TUESDAY.
Mrs. Vernon Lowe. 110 E. Eighth
st.. will entertain the members of
the Pjthian Sisters at a thimble at
her home Tuesday evening.
TO GIVE CARD PARTY.
The tirsi of a series of eard parties
to be given by the Woodmen circle
will be held Tuesday afternoon in
WEDNESDAY'S BARGAIN
DAY AROUSES INTEREST
Mishawaka's first "ilargain day"
takes place Wednesday next and
j from present indications will set the
J pace for an established weekly shop
. ping event in the city. Although the
time has Leen limited in which to
prepare for the occasion a sutticient
number of merchants have signified
their intention of cooperating to
wards its success to ensure the day'?
continuance. Nearly every line of
Mercantile industry will be repre
sented in the bargain list, including
drjvoodi, hardware, boots and th'es.
gent's furnishings, furniture, jewelry,
ladies" apparel, leather goods, etc.
A large number of farmers who
have visited the city during the past
ftw day3 have signified their inten
tion of coming to the city with their
families, while Mishawaka's bargain
hunters will undoubtedly take ad
Vantage of the many opportunities
for saving money that will be of
fered them.
i:Ti:uTAix i'on corru:.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Zerbe, 130
Sarah st., entertained a number of
triends Sunday evening. The affair
was complimentary to Mr. and Mrs.;
Frank Pierce, who have just return
ed from Norfolk, Va., where the for
mer was in the naval service at
Hampton roads.
MISHAWAKA Mi;itCANTiI.i: C.
Has postponed its opening for one
week on account of the inability to
secure possession of the building.
The company tili has 42 shares
of stock left to be offered to thp
public at J 10 a share. See Frank Os
borne, 213 S. Main st. Call Home
phone A-4. Advt. it
Till KAPPA PARTY.
.The Tri Kappa sorority will hold
their regular meeting Tuesday eve
ning at the home of Miss Lucile
Gernhart. 13 2S Lincoln Way east.
The affair will be in the nature of
a valentine party and all members
will be In coetumt.
I 'AT I :RTA I X RELATIV ES.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Weltman,
of Chicago, were the guests of honor
at a 12 o'clock dinner given by Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph R. Windsor. Lincoln
way H. Sunday evening. Covers a ere
laid for 16.
CHORUS TO MEET.
The ladies' chorus of the Misha
waka Woman's club will meet Tues
day evening at 8 o'clock in the club
rooiis for rehearsal. Prof. Owens
will direct as usual, and every mem
ber is asked to attend.
IIOXORARLY DISCHARGED.
Moriss Logan Emmerson, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Emmerson, '.01
F. Third st., has arrived home after
receiving his honorable discharge
from the U. S. navy.
TO REMODEL HOME.
F. C. Kelley. 2114 Lincoln way W.,
has taken out a building permit to
remodel his home. The amount of
the permit Is $1."0.
TO ENTERTAIN CLASS.
Mrs. John Renner will entertain
the Golden Rule Bible class of the
i Evangelical church at her home. 111
E. Eighth st., this evening.
PAINTER'S SMOKER.
The lecal painter's union wll en
tertain the South Rend union at a
j smoker on Tuesday evening in the
Maccabee hall.
YISITIXG IX CHICAGO.
Miss Helen Weber, .127 Milburn
et., is visiting with relatives an.l
friends in Chicago.
notice:
Redmen meeting Tuesday evening,
usual time. All members be present.
13432-11 Advt.
WOULD LIKE TO communicate
with lady, between 25 and 40.
preferably without children. Good
appearance as housekeeper. Write
box D. J. C, care News-Times,
Mishawaka. Ind. lo.;50-ll
Dr. Makielski, osteopath, 126 W
Second st. Adv.
TUBE STRIKE OFF, BRITAIN
FACING WALKOUT OF
ELECTRICIANS' UNIONS
Demand 10-Iiotir Week ami Mini
mum Wage of SIS I 'or
This IYrixl.
Hy I'nitetl Press:
LONDON. Feb. 10. With trans
portation in the London district
again normal as a result of the
settlement of the subway strike,
Cireat Hritain facet! the posibility
of a nation-wide walkout of elec
tricians. The national executive
committee of the Electricians" anion
at Manchester ordered a seneral bal
lot on the questions of demanding a
40-hour week. It affects 30,000 elec
tricians. The situation in llelfast is un
changed, but the Irish labor con
gress, at a, special session in Dublin,
decided to demand a 40-hour week
and a 50 to
crease, with
100
a
percent wage In
minimum weekly
wage of $ 1 3.
Refore acting on thee demands
It is necessary that the workers must
approve them. They have br-en gien
three weeks to do o.
Strikers in Glasgow were reported
to be gradually returning to work.
The Lvndon tube strike, it was es
timated today, resulted in the loss
of millions of dollars in wages
through inability of rm-n and women
la pt. W LLvX &X
FRENCH ATTITUDE
LEAVES OPENING
FOR NEW WARS
(CONTINUED FROM PAGF. ONE.)
weeks, as that port is tightly frozen
in. The allies do not desire to v.ith
draw their forces from Murmansk
while- their troops are still on th
Archangel front, as that would leave
the latter exposed to an attack from
the west. The Ilritish. however, are
understood to be mobilizing a large
fleet of ice crushers, and operations
in the meantime even local offen
sive movements will be designed
solely to expedite evacuation.
IJefore the joint conference con
venes at Prinkipos island, it is be
lieved that an understanding may
be reached by the soviet govern
ment and tho associated powers re
garding cessation of hostilities, since:
this would be acceptable, und?r
present conditions, to both s.ide?.
An Ironic Incident.
An ironic incident occurred while
the proposition to declare a policy
of non-intervention was being work
ed out. Sergius Sazanoff, once the
czar's premier, received American
correspondents at the Russian em
bassy here. He explained the hops
of the anti-bolshevik elements he
represents to obtain a volunteer
army from the present allied forces
in France for the purpose of occupy
ing Kieff. Odessa, Alexandrieff and
similar strategic points, and acting
as guardians during the process of
forming an anti-soviet government
in their rear. Sazanoff said 10.000
troops would be sufficient.
CREDIT MEN HEAR TALKS
ON NEW PROBLEMS
(CO.TINTi:n KItOM PACK ONE.)
basis of liquidation. Customers have
heen indulged in terms the prin
cipal promise for credit in many
cases has been the so-called moral
quality of the risk the disposition
toward fair and honest dealing. This
quality is still highly valuable but
it will need support that of the
ability as well as the will to meet
the obligation. During the last few
years credit surveillance relaxed and
credit always cheap in this country
became still cheaper. There is no
room ahead for catch -as-catcH-can
credits. Deeper analysis is essential
ly necessary. The customer who
pleads some general business condi
tions as the cause of non-payment
of his bill is well known. Credit
men have analysed a few such cases
and found that this condition-touched
the customers' affairs only re
motely, if at all. and even then the
difficulty could generally have been
overcome If they had not been
brought up in the habit of following
the line of least resistance. The
trouble is that these excuses have
net been tested often enough. It is
likely that the industry will be con
fronted with many of such custom
ers as business adjustment goes on.
and while there will be still liberal
consideration the debtor must prove
his case. The former habit of hold
ing a brief for him will be out of
date.
Statements are Important.
"Financial statements should bo
more freely given and taken. Thr-ir
analysis .should extend much furthe"
than a mere reduction of net worth
or quick assets versus quick liabili
ties. The character of the business,
the ability of the management, are
going to be larger factors than for
merly in determining tho duration of
that net worth. What a business has
done in the past is not going to be a
safe guide what it will do in the fu
ture. The ability of management as
has been evidenced in the past will
carry business farther during these
times than the net worth alone. An
other question which credit men will
have to consider will be the financ
ing of the excess profit tax. This
wl'l be more difficult for those busi
nesses which have made good earn
ings but are confronted with unfav
orable conditions because of the na
ture of the business. There are many
questions which will arise as each
case presents itself, and a good plan
would be to make note of each in
dividual case for future reference
and never to rely on memory. Every
one has had accounts disastrous for
himself as well as the debtor where
a knowledge of the situation in its
frank discussion would have saved a
good business and n good customer
AIout Tradlns Lilx'rty Ronds.
"Recently some business houses
have advertised that they would take
Liberty bonds in settlement of sale.
We all realize the economic import
ance of these bonds being held as
widely as possible. Aside from this
consideration Is it ethical in view
of the high purpose of these bonds
to reduce them to the medium of
barter, common currency? If a cus
tomer must or will give up these
bonds they should be so'.d through
regular channels. Recent world de
velopment indicate that civilization
Is in the melting pot. and from it
may be expected political, social and
economical changes for which his
tory furnished no precedent."
V. Kincckr, credit man ner of the
Milter-Parrott Iiakinc: Co.. Terre
Haute, spoke upon the "Responsibil
ity of a Credit Man to Ills HoU?e,
His Customers and Himself."
"The credit mnn of today," tiid
Mr. Eineck, "cannot in any sense
be a figurehead, but must be a
trained specialist, upon whom de
pends largely the success of his en
terprise. Fortunately for the credit
man. t!ier hrs been in recent years
the fine transition from the old
method whereby it was Lis principal
duty to pull the wool over the eyes
of his customers to the more fra
ternal spirit whit h now exists of
working for each others' mutual
benefit."
The speaker mentioned many qual
ifications necessary to a credit man
who is capable of fulfilling h!s ob
ligations to his house. Among these
he emphasized real affection for his
work, adaptability, the ability to read
men's characters and determine
their chances for success through
their actions and expressions. Keen
n"s "o1 -shrewdness. said Mr.
Einecke. are not the credit man's
biggeft assets, but his high ideals
and business equity by which he
squares all his transactions.
The speaker brought out the im
portant part the credit man must
bear in the mor or less critical
period of business readjustment from
war time to peace time Kisis, and
emphasized the fact that he must
be the "safety valve" of his house
during this period.
'There are also obligations wliich
the credit man owes his customers."
said Mr. Eineck'b "He must be
frank in pointing out to his cus
tomers the danger of inadequate and
inaccurate bookkeeping and dis
courage at all times the idea of long
time credits."
He tdatod that a simple, but ade
quate system of bookkeeping is be
ing worked out 1 y the National As
sociation of Credit Men for the small
merchants, and it was expected of
all members of the association to
encourage and assist in installing this
system wherever it is desired.
'The responsibility of a credit
man to himself," said Mr. Einecke,
"is primarily the moral responsibility
of efficiency which every ambitious
and honest man must assume in the
performance of his duties, and must
keenly appreciate the responsibility
placed upon him by his house."
PREDICTS ANTI-CARRANZA
MOVEMENT IN MEXICO
Pr United Tress:
WASHINGTON. Feb. 10. An an-
ti-Carranza movement in Mexico
when the Mexican congress meets
in special session April 1. was pre
dicted here today in circles known
to be in close touch with the so-called
revolutionary factions.
Carranza has summoned the con
gress for the announced purpose of
framing legislation repealing his
confiscatory oil decrees of last sum
mer. Felix Diaz. Palaez. Villa and other
anti-Carranza leaders are declared
to be inciting outlying province
against Mexico City on the ground
that the proposed legislation Is a
delivery of Mexican rights to the for
eign interests. Reliable information
is that Villa's strength is greater
than it was in 1916. Diaz agents are
reported to be openly active at Hav
ana. BESSIE ABBOTT, FAMOUS
OPERA .SINGER, IS DEAD
Ilr United Tress:
NEW YORK. Feb. 10. The fu
neral services for Ressie Abbott,
famous opera singer, widow of Wal
do Storj-, the sculptor, will be pri
vate, it was announced at the Story
home today. Miss Abbott died yes
terday after a long illness. She was
3 6 years old.
Only immediate relatives of the
family will attend the service, the
time and date of which will not be
made public.
POLES REFUSE TO QUIT
TERRITORY OF POSEN
15y Fnited Pts:
RE R LIN, Feb. 9. The Polish
volksrat has refused the German de
mand for withdrawal of its troops
from the province of Posen and has
called all Poles of military age to
the colors for defense of that terri
tory, it was learned today.
BANDITS HOP. RANK.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. Feb. 10.
Five armed, unmasked bandits held
up the Liberty State bank here early
today and escaped with $10,000 in
cash and $13.000 in Liberty bonds.
HOME GUARDS BENEFIT
New Century Theatre
Wednesday Evening, Feb. 12
NORMA TALMADGE in
4 CHILDREN IN THE HOUSE"
and
Charlie Chaplin Shoulder Arms?
Admission Adults 15c; Children 10c. No war tax.
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TUM PILE
Big Doings at the Temple Don't Miss It.
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Newest Picture
"JOHANNA ENLiSTS"
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Decidedly the richest, newest, most delectable com
edy dealing with modern days.
In addition, a 2-reel Big V Special Comedy,
"ROOFS AND RIOTS"
A Humdinger.
The Lambiotte Saxaphone Orchestra Will Furnish
the Music.
Admission 5c, 10c, 1 5c, 20c.
Please Come Early.
First Show 7:00, Second 8:25, Third 9:5o.
Telegraph Tabs
KALAMAZOO. Mich. The wed
ded bliss of Mary Wilcox, C4 years
old, and her husband. James, ':
years old. was very brief. Two day.s
finished Mrs. Wilcox. She is now
suing him for divorce on grounds of
cruelty.
DETROIT, Mich. There s nothing
safe about the safety zones in the
street here. Three automobile
drivers were being held today for
injuring several persons who thought
the zones a guarantee of safety.
CHICAGO The Evanston Street
Railway Co. got a wad. Cash fare
boxes were laid off when pas:en
. gers loaded them with gum.
SPRINGFIELD, 111. Weary
duty, three Decatur firemen ' hiked"
here for recreation. The local de
partment took them to six fires by
way of entertainment.
JERSEYVILLE, 111 It doesn't
require an alarm clock to wake
Francis Graves his watch did it las'
night. Rurglars had dropped it or.
the floor. Francis still has the watch..
PANA." III. "Germany sounds
quieter than home, so I'm goin
there." Tony Royaek told police
when they questioned him at the
railroad station. He Is held on i
charge of wife abandonment.
DEFEAT MONARCHISTS.
Hv Pnlteil Press .
LIS RON, Fob.
troops defeated the
ft. Republican
monarchists in
battles at Vizeu and Lametro. it wa
announced today.
Th" topaz is found in Maine. Colo
rado. Texas an.d California. The
finest stones come from Hrazil and
from the Eral mountains, in Siberia.
Eure topazes from Brazil, cut like
diamonds, closely resemble that
stone in luster and brilliance.
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CONSTANCE TALMADGE
"THE SHUTTLE"
Adapted by Margaret Turnbull
and Harvey Thew from the novel of
the same name by Frances Hod-r-
sott Rurnett, whose popularity j
brought the book through ten
editions.
L-KO COMEDY
1 PARTS 2
Featuring the Famous L-Ko
Realities In
"PHONEY PHOTOS
TOMORROW
MADGE KENNEDY
In
"THE DANGER GAME
WEDNESDAY
BARBARA CASTLETON
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CHICAGO. Feb. r, chic iiro v. . '
have a newspap r !:?.-! .(r: l ; :
lished by w.cin.b.J n. n , F
Sheridan. It was larr.-d to 1 iy. T"
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in March.
Advertisers make profits from J
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BREAKDOWN
Miss Kelly Tells How Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound Restored
Her Health.
Newark. N. J. "For about t hr
suffered from nerou..
breakdown ab I
got SO Weak I
could hardly
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every day. I
trie! every
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think of a::d
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friend had
used Lydia E.
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the first day I
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and able to do most any kind of
work. I have been rc-coinmeiirJInc:
the Compound ever since and give
you my permission to publish this
letter." Miss Flo Kelly 476 So.
14th St., Newark, N. J.
The reason this famous root and
herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound. wa3 so suc
cessful in Miss Kelly's ca?o was be
cause It went to the root of her
trouble, restored her to a normal
healthy condition and as a result
her nervousness disappeared.
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Get a bottle today!
Th" rapidity vrlth -wh!chtWs fifty
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what has kept its popularity, oa the
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t This standard reliever "cf colds an-i
coughing spell3 never loses friends. It
does quickly and pleasantly what it ii
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ia your medicine cabinet as absolutely
indispensable. 60c and $1.20.
Bowels Usually Clogged?
Regulate them trith safe, cure, com
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Correct that biliousness, headache,
eour stomach, tongue coat, by elicüs
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pness.
Constipation
Is best treated hy a vegetable rem
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regulates the bowels without discom
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