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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
MONDAY rVi:.NIN(J. MAY 5, IirrS, POINT OUT NEEDS OF GOVERNMENT IN VICTORY LOAM TO TAKE PRECAUTIONARY MEASURE AGAINST MUMPS Ministers of City Make Earn est Appeal for Sale of Liberty Bonds. Nf. nf th troverr.men! for funds to brln th war to a fcuccesa- w 1 conrlJ-ion was th message glv n directly to th people of Houth Tnd n all of th churches Sund.'iy jnorr.ln?. All of the ministers urel 1 he members of their congresr-ttions to exert Individual efforts riurln? ominR week to "put th; loan ovtr the top" In South P.eml. It was a patriotic day In the hurchep. Ursides appealinsr for Wir- liberty loan campaign many of th- ministers made special appeals for their parishioners to aid as f.tr ;.s possible the unemployment sit uation. Blue Jackets Band. Th blue Jackets band of thirty 2 irces gave a concert Sunday after noon at the auditorium of the South liend hiSh school in the interest of t tie Victory loan and A. 11. .Martin, .in attorney, delivered a lengthy ad-irr:-s on the merits of the loan. The j,ieetin;r was attended by 'f,( p-o- . "We Trent Into this nar," s-tid Mr. Inrtin. "kcauw democrary was Hie neatest cau.o in the minds and the hearts of the people. It was jiot a war of conquest or a'jr. and J.ement. but a war for ;i principle. Tak Not Conipleletl. "When American entered the war .;i t-ta.rted a Herculean task which i not yet completed although the ictory Is ours. That U trie reason vhy this is called the victory loan, l.ecause It follows the wonderful ii enlevement of our bravp soldiers Who foußht and died over there, and ve jhall not re?t until it is com j.!eted. "The money recured by this na tional drivo will be used for sevcr rl purposes, chief of which are to jay our honest debts as we always liave done, and tu rehabilitate our oldlers who wer- shot and shat tered. Pictnrr- Gorman Vlirrv. "Have you ever stopped to con f ider." he asked, "what would have happened If (Jermany liad won the var. Vv'e wouldn't be having a Vic tory loan now, but rjermany would be dictating to us, telling us the Ii mount of our Indemnity. Victory bonds are the best security on the market today, and everyone should buy thera." W. L. Chandler addressed the l.udience briefly telling 'hem not to Valt until they vcro asked to sub rcribe, but eomo across voluntarily. Jle also requested that all prtsent talk about the loan whenever two or more persons meet. Hand ITnrani Brief. Tlie meeting' was concluded with i. few numbers rendered by the 3 k kies band. Mrs. Pond and a staff of ladies worked during the meeting, taking mbscriptioin for the loan. SuUatlonUt MaUcs Appeal. "For the loan lent to the Lord. I'.lkanah and his wife were blessed." from the tlrst book of b'amuel. sec end verse and 2Cth chapter, was the topic for the fermon delivered by l 'art. Nemialt Brookes at the ?aJ x.ition vrvny hall Sunday night in Ins appeal for the Victory loan. 'apt. Brookes said in part: "There was no Fin on the part of I . I kann ah and his wife loaning their mil Samuel to the I-ord for service. The presentation was pure and sim ple, an act of righteousness which i suited in accomplishment of srreat pood for humanity. In the long run Samuel's parents were well repaid for the loan lent to the Lord in the I Hing of their basket and store in hbundance of various blessings. "The terms of the Victory Liberty 1 .in are so arranged that every v ;; earner may have part and lot la the matter. A national stand for i.ht and liberty came out ietor b",:s with the defeat of the wrong ful intruders who necessitated the : ht. The warriors made sacrltice ' home comforts and their usual t pupations and weathered the torms and dangers connected witb Lie struggle to retain freedom." MUNICH NOW IN HANDS OF GOVERNMENT TROOPS To aid in warding off a threaten ing epidemic of mumps in the state, the j-tate board of health has notified all of the health officers to use ecry safeguard in quarantining of eases, I)r. Kmil I. Freyermuth, fcretary of the city board of health, said Sunday night, reports at Uu local health office Indicate that the dis e.iKe is unusually prevalent In tho wcit end. The condition, however, is not alarming here and ;he health 0. T.cer is urging physicians to be prompt in reporting the caves. Ir. Freyermuth Is attending the meeting of the state board of health which is in session Monday and Tuesday of this week In Indianap- 01. s. NEW KNIGHTS Ell BANQUET Knights of Columbus Order Receives 75 Additional Members Sunday. Seventy-rive candidates became members of the South Bend coun cil, Kniphts of Columbus organiza tion, following the intitation that took place Sunday afternoon at th Woodmen of the World hall on L Jefferson blvd. The second degree w;is exemplified at 2 o'clock by a decree team made up of students who are members of the Notre Darne council, while the third depree work was taken care of by the McCarthy Knel'f s'at'f team from Chicago. Tin- knifflit.s elect and their ladies were guests of the South Bend coun- il at a banquet Kiven Sunday niwht at the Oliver hotel. Approximately -." people attended the banquet, amotr.; them members of the faculty at the University of Notre Dame. Tiie program arranged for the oc casion included addresses by Atty. William A. Mclnerny, Thomas J. To bin. lecturer of the Notre Dame chapter. 'Friends of Irish Freedom" and .Justin McCarthy of Chicago, head of the third decree team. The Rev. Thomas Burke, C. S. C, of Notre Dame was the toastmaster. During tlie banquet the Appollo concert orchestra of South Bend played selections. .Members of the council and ac cepted candidates attended special serves at St. Joseph's church Sun day morning at 10 o'clock, where the Kev. Patrick .7. Carroll. C. S. C. pastor, delivered the sermon. This Message is for You! Here is a personal message to you from the secretary of the treasury. Read it and heed it. BY CARTER GLASS Secretary of the United States Treasury. The Victory Liberty loan campaign is two-thirds over, but subscriptions have been reported for little more than one-third of the loan. Is it conceivable that the American people, who with heart and soul waged the fight for freedom, will permit this loan of victory and thanksgiving to fail? Our sons gave of their health, of their strength, and of their lives that freedom might not perish. There are one and a half million American boys in France and Ger many. Now that the war is ended, it would be as reason able for them to dishonor the nation by deserting the Flag as for the nation to dishonor itself by deserting them. Is it a large thing that we are now asked to lend our money to pay the cost of victory? Is American money less will ing than American manhood? Let every one of the millions who have bought Liberty bonds buy Victory notes and success is sure. ratrol duty down town, although his arm la not entirely healed. Forsts. Zgodzinski and Budynskl. who have charge cf the sergeant's desk at headquarters, have been forced to change their shifts, the lat ter working from 4 p. m. till mid night, and the former coming on at midnight and working till S a. m. Patrolman Jennings has been shifted from the touth end to the east side beat; Patrolman Charles Killer from the down town beat to that of the Lake Shore; Patrolman John Wesolek from the east side to the touth end beat, while Patrol man Michael Rzepka now patrols the down town section instead of the Lake She re. Friday South Bend was protect ed between the hours of Z and 7 in th? morning by Officer Laskowskl. i who has been detailed to tho "dog watch." Chief Kline generally has two men protecting the town be tween those hours, but once a week one of thepe men has 24 hours off, leaving a lone officer of the law to guard the interests of the taxpayers. LATE MAJOR HANNOCK WAS AIR CHAMPION LONDON, May Z. The air min istry has decided that so far as can be ascertained the champion Brit ish airman of tho war was the late Major Kdward Hannock. Lieut. Col. William A. Bishop. the Canadian aviator, who won the Victoria cross, comes next. Major Hannock brought down 7 3 enemy machines, and Lieut. Col. Bishop 72. Of all the allies, Lieut. Bene Fonck. the French ace. holds the record with seventy-eight. Try NEWS-TIMES Want Ads SPARTACAN FORCES BLOW UP REPUBLICANS LONDON, May 5 Bavarian Spar t.ican forces have blown up a train crowded with republican troops near Munich, according to the Zurich cor respondent of the Exchange Tele graph Co. Three hundred bodies, the messape adds, have teen taken from the wreckage. WOODWARD HAS 1 MUCK'S SYMPATHY i I Of Former Vice Chairman Liberty Loan Sends Subscription. SALVATION ARMY UN S BERLIN Saturday. May Gov- rnment troops hae eaptured the uhole of Munich with tlie exception the Ganhcn quarter, where the 'mmunist.s have made frequent at tempts to negotiate order to secure js.ore favorable conditions. Premier Hoffman, howexer. has reiterated h.s demand for the !r u nconditonal h irrender. The communists made a tter de- I'.-use. 1 ut it prowd ineffective ii gainst the government's artillery. The d"ad ar estimated to number -'0. The- Berlin government has cclarcrl that its trocps wil! be with drawn at sroon as order has I ecn re--red. Plans for Raising Large Fund to be Made Known Monday. Wardc L. Mack, city chairman of the fourth Liberty loan, was down in .Missouri taking a rest, heard the other day that the Victory Liberty loan drive in South Bend is lapßin and sent a second subscription in to City Chairman Fred Woodward. Mr. Mack took $1,500 worth of bonds several weeks ago and was also the first person to subscribe in the Vic tory drive. This time he sends in a subscription for $300 more. ISx-City Chairman Mack offers City Chairman Woodward quite in cidentally some advice in his letter, written from Bxcelsior Springs. Mo., as follows: "There was some criticism of the fourth committee ' for the so-called 'strong arm' methods employed, but if there is any other method that will produce the results desired in our county, will someone name it V I note that you are going after them roush shod from now on and I con grateulate you on this decision and wish you success." ELAYED POLICE SHAKE-UP GOIES Chief Kline Finally Protects City in Early Hours With Two Men. W AU VITTS Ml'.imXG, South Bend Civil war veterans have completed plans to attend the state encampment of the G. A. II. at Elkhar; May 6. 7 and 8. The en campment will be for both posts of veterans. The long delayed shakeup in the police department occurred Sunday niht, but in the form of a shift, the purpose of which is very vague to the men shifted. Othcer Vincent Bryzewski. who has patrolled South Bend for the past -3 years, and who recently broke his arm, was put on night I ( i i ! IVs -' BUSINESS OUTLOOK Prolonged and :gorou. a:l!itii" by U5in ss intrrest hv rulmlr.ate.l In the return t f cables ar.d w;rs ' i private hand- outstandir x it-: cf the present week. I'rr.ctir.,;;. every organiiation of bu-inc'--- rr." . Including tb.e l . chamber ( ror-. -merce. the Nat i-mal Arso"i itl:i . f Cotton Manufacturers, and the .V - tlonal Foreign Trad rrr.ver.t . has voted oprc'-' i'n ' govern rr. -t control. I niei reasor. are i; ;s ; - j economic and unbound, and Irn i? : i j extravagance ilTl' mism.ar.agemovt. political motives replacing the r.e--mal business motives of o'or.n::., service and prot'.t. Bualne.--.s h . constitutional antipathy to govern ment restrictions and intervention, which it feels are often ill-fir"- i unsympathetic, and uninfvrr::a!. heth r th- railroad udmm: tlon'.H record is dnmnir.j eid'-: - - against publio ownership may 1 question. Frivate manage ment, fac ing bankruptcy, would have hai t increase rate.- an, wnce.s har; i But altogether, private ownrr-h ; rightly directed and controlled, !... the advantage. It Is more efrlept and mom In accord with Amerka ideal. Tho present movement ' government polity, as well as . dividual thinking. se mw tcwar ' private, ownership, although labc favors nationalization of tl.? rail roads and Britain and Austra.it are bjsy setting precdent. Patroslr the ad'vcrtlstr he b thereto rve you. WHENMEN DKTIRX WILLIAM POX PSOHUCTI ON Theda Bara at the Auditorium Today and Tomorrow. ;iass's lrtjperly litled. DR. J. BURKE, Op't. 230 S. MICHIGAN .ST. Broken Ixnss Dnpllcated. by rians for the raising of $9,000 South Bend's quota for Salvation Army home service fund campaign, will be made by the state organizers Monday, according to word leceived by Capt. Nehemiah Brookes Sunday. The Salvation Army plans to con duct a nation-wide campaign from May 1? to 26 to raise $13.000.000 to bnanee the army work for the en suing year. The fund will supplant the collections and monthly sub scription plan. The treasury of the Salvation Army is greatly depleted because of war activities. Has Traeins Ieiartincnt. In addition to the work with which the public is familiar, the Salvation Army has a department which traces missing persons and 1 uts them in touch with relatives. The army corps also maintains em ployment bureaus. In order to carry out this and the other work in the most effective manner, this money will be raised in the one campaign. Many fraternal organizations have assured the commanders that they will aid in making the campaign a success. The l'lks lodge in the United States lias contributed $200, 000 to the fund as a starter of the campaign. Commander Millhard. who is in charpe of the state organizations. will organize the campaigns in South Bend and Mishawaka this week. South Bend's quota may be raised from contributions to the War Chest fund. A meeting of the orhclals and the organizer for the army will be held Monday. bi:ivi in Mi:mc.. Cpl. W. W. Goucr of the 302nd attalion Unk corps has at rived at Newport News. Va.. according to in formation received by hi mother. irs. Laura A. Cower, I2e fc Willi um rriA tion MJLIMLUs M SII.4n. The Army anil Navy Union. George Boinsett Garrison. No. '.'3.321, S. Michigan st.. Tu(sda. May t Becular muster i n m. I'ancir, : o ?n Wdls' orchestra. All service and cx rvic men Invited. s a BisTiniuNC inflii:nct:. "Germany," said a lawyer of New York "Germany now de 'lares her pacifism. She wants to participate in the League of Nations. Our par lor bolshevists would welcome her. too. "But the re.-t of us know well that Germany's presence in the league of nations would be like Wash White's ! presence at the wedding." ! " "What caused the wedding to ' break up in a right?' asked the i magistrate. ! " 'It was Washington White's m i .. y .... :j v. i : j tr iauii. ytr ncJiior, s.tiu onuf. w weddin' guests was frowin' ole shoes at us from de gallery, and Wash, wot was jealous, 'kase I Jilted him. he started frowin ole hoss shoes.'" Washington Star. Joseph J. Koracs announces the removal of his law e'hee from the tr.ird floor of the Farmers Trust Bide, to suite Farmers' Trust Bldg. Home phone 6C1S, Bell nhonr in;. ML!- Store Hours: 8:30 A. M. to 5:30 P. M.; Saturday, 9:30 P. hi Cmamles B. Sax & Company 114 South Michigan Street, Near Washington Avenue Curtain andDrapery Week Most women are busy with their spring; housecleaning. While putting your home in order you often tinj you need new curtains to add attractiveness to your home, or you may want some dainty new curtain material and make your own curtains. This week we are feat- Sr-nbF nrincr rinrfnins Drnneries a TK t-y r Vi. . In W ill In: mi P.r (; L x I I i J and Curtain Materials at very attractive prices. Listed below are many items for cur tain and draperv week that you can buy I -t4 here at a biic saving in price. -tt t c s. . J iir'-. i Fancy Curtain Nets, 36 and 40 inches wide, with or without lace edge, in white, cream and ecru. Special, yard, at 50c, 59c, 69c, 75c Quaker Brand Fancy Curtain Materials Win, rrifly Sh ,'! 1 Curtain Voiles and Mar quisettes, 36 inches wide, with fancy edge in white and cream. Extra special during this sale at yard 29c Colored Madras Colored Curtain Draper ies, 36 to 42 inches wide, in preen, rose, brown and blue. Special, yard, at 49c, 59c, 75c, 85c and 98c Lace Curtains At Very Special Prices Lace Curtains, 2l2 yards long, in white and cream, at $2.50, $3.50 and $5.00 Marquisette Curtains, in white and cream, yds. long, with lace edge, at pair. .$1.98, $2.50 and $3.00 Panel Curtains, in six different patterns, at panel, 65c and 75c See Window Display fa? Ul f I A Real Lunch for a Hungry Man T doesn't matter where he is or what he does there's y nothing in the world like a big, man-sizt: sandwich of Oscar Mayer's "Approved" Bologna Sausage or Liver Sausage or Tongue or Boiled Ham or tender cooked Corned Beef. In fact, there are more than four score of these rare "Approved" spe cialties preferred everywhere for lunches, cold suppers, or any occa sion where appetites are keen. And each one has a flavor that will in stantly win you a purity that is unrivalled. Try these famous meat specialties. There are 93 in all, each ens plainly marhd by the "xell-knovm label sktrxn ckrje the red "Seal cf Approval" cn the triangle cf blue and yellow stripes. At the better markets and delicatessen stores everywhere t 0sC2T Mayer's Approved' Meat Products are U. S. Government Inspected OSCAR MAYER v CHICAGO Order from your A WELCOME GUEST AT ANY TABLE"