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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
5TniD.Y AiTi:noov, junt: 7. iiru.
MANY AIDED BY
RED CROSS HERE
Report Shows Activities of
Local Home Service Sec
tion Since Formation.
rrTt es? th Home Frvice ec
linn of th American Red Cross
Fhous that th local section has
Y n unusually active since the for-
ni.ition of the department. Since
th organization flat. .':,7&9 families
have railed for information or aid
nnd 71 have rwMverl information
only. Social Fc-rvico was rendered
t r l.cr.o and of thn number no rec
ord5 wer kept; this numl'T in
cludes 105 enlisted men who h:ie
e-.n discharged from the service
been us of physical disability and
."0 transient men dis harced from
the servier and needing1 aid.
r.Kc .Month's Heport.
Report of the section from May
to June follows:
During tho month 2S3 different
clients hae called for information
or aid during the month: S3 dis
charged soldiers and sailors filed
bonus applications; 112 families re
ceived information only; & new
families received some social perv-'-e;
l.". visits were made Jn the In
terests of Home Service families; GO
families received financial aid; four
families received medical aid; two
families received dental aid; five
families received legal aid; 141 legal
papers were filed; two received hos
pital care; Ifc people received em
ployment; 273 letters were written
in the interests of families. 152 tele
phone interxiews; office inter
views; SI, 075.37 amount of assist
ance given; $211.43 money returned
during the month.
Last Festivities of Year Are
Presented at High School
Show Work Done.
The lat song festivals of the
school year were given Friday after
noon and evening by the members
of the various musical organizations
of the grade, Junior and senior high
schools.
Tho audience, at the evening per
formance more than surpassed ex
pectations while at the afternoon
ss:-ion the attendance was very
good.
The night program was varied
somewhat from the printed slips. An
added attraction was a polo by Miss
Ksther Taylor, a. graduate of South
Rend high school and who at pres
ent Is here on a short furlough from
Camp Grant, Rockford, 111., where
the is a nurse.
Show Arcompllslimcnts.
Miss Kilie E. llarman, supervisor
of niusio of the local schools was
gratified with both the afternoon
and night programs. It is the Inten
tion of the music department at the
end of each year to offer to the pa
trons of the schools an informal
program, showing them what has
been accomplished and also the ma
terial that the various music teach
ers worked 'with.
The afternoon program was fea
tured with several selections by the
junior high school orchestra under
the direction of Miss Clara llanke.
It is tho plan of the music depart
ment to add each year more orches
tras until all of the grade schools
fcave one.
TAYLOR'S A. M. E. TO
ERECT NEW PARSONAGE
Taylor's A. M. I'. Zion church.
Eddy and Campau sts , is planning
the erection of a new church par
sonage, according to an announce
ment of I. I Powell, pastor of the
church. The church has paid off
its morttrace and raised 5h0f for
the completion of the church and to
aid in buying a parsonage. Kfforts
will be made to increase the sum at
the services on Sunday.
TO HEAR PETITION OF
SOUTH SHORE. JUNE 17
Members
of the public service
commission will noM a puM:c hear
ing in Indianapolv. on June 17. at
1:?0 p. m.. to consider the petition
filed- by the Chicago. Lake Shore
and South Rend Railway Co. for
authority to issue J.'U.tH'O nf it first
mortgage five per cent bonds. The
hearing will be conducted in the
state ho'-Jse.
CURTAIL ALL TRAVELING
PRIVILIGES OF ALLIES
RKRLIX. Thursday. Juno 5 The
German goernment h;is curtailed
the privileges extended to alhed of
r'cers and commissions travellu.g in
Germany on the -round that in
:.ir. '. have been uncovered of men
wlo urr- travelling with orMrial
permits rarrymc r.n political piopa
- tr.';i. .it; 1 cireuiating a broad re-
! t i i vj : ! i . i : s to German interests
a- live control
.'id permits a
!:! o'l p-!'
V : rv
SPECIAL PROGRAM OF
MUSIC FOR FIRST M. E.
l'red G. Haas, organist and direc
tor of the I'irst Methodist Rpiscopal
church choir, has announced a spe
cial musical program for Sunday.
The program will be presented un
der the direction of Mr. Hass. The
numbers follow:
Morning.
Prelude "Grande Choeur in L".
Rtnaud
Processional Hymn No- SS.Rarnby
Response "The lord's Prayer"..
Holden
Offertory "Barcarolle" (Tales of
Hoffman) Offenbach
Anthem "Praise the Lord". Lansing
Postlude "Processional March" .
Parker
I truing.
Prelude "Album Leaf. .Schumann
Processional Hymn No. 35
Response
Offertory "Andante" (Krom So
nata. Op. Iethoven
Anthem "Jesus Savior Phot Me"
Scheck er
Postlude Kau Ikes
News of the City
from the
Official Records
srpijuoit (OIUT.
Glen V. Cavcnder vs. Helen Caven
der; suit for divorce.
Lvelyn ItCount vs. Clarence
Count; suit for divorce.
STUDENTS IN TWO
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ma it ui a (h lici-:xsi:s.
Frank Ixvvry, iron worker. South
Rend, to Lulu Powers, domestic
South Rend.
William L. Revill, mechanic, Clin
ton, la., to Gladys Rae. stenogra
pher. South Rend. '
John Peli, farmer, Llkhart, Lliza
beth Molnar, housework. South
Rend.
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S'-utli R i! 1 Hura i:..- Sonety. J3
regard fer infi i riiati'ui that conv it ts
Howe phone ltiuc. Reil J-'Iu.
iuial iistati-: tilxnsi i:ns.
(From the Records of the Indiana
Title and Loan Co.)
Burr V. Augustine and Ethelyn R
to Courtland P. DuComb and Clara
R.. $1; part of lots 6;i and 6 1, Hen
dricks fc Grant's addition to city of
South Rend.
Eine Bailey and husband, Adel
I l.ert K. Cottrell and w ife. Rose
Svvinehart and husband to Lillie
Armstrong, $1; lot 3. Harper court
addition to South Rend.
Otto A. Senf and wife, Hermap
Robert Senf, Louisa Senf. Marc Hcse
and husband, Anna Senf Hotz and
husband to Courtland P. DuComb
to Clara B.. $1; parcel of land ad
joining lot 63, Hendrick & Grant's
addition to South Rend.
Mary K. Olcott to Charles Weid
ler, $16,000; tract of land in Olive
township.
Lydia A. Garwood to Samuel A.
Garn, Vernon K- Garn and Herbert
U. Gam, $1: part lot 1ÖU. Shetter
ly place, third plat, in city of South
Bend.
William X. RerPan and wife and
William J. O'Neil and wife to Moise
DuMont and Claudia. Jl; lot 13.
Chapoton place addition to South
Bend.
William IL Kelver and wife to
Charles K.' Russ. $11.000; tract ol
land in Green township.
Ldward B. Lee and wife, Ilarry V.
Iee and wife. Howard W. Lee and
wife, Emmä C Lee. Clarence K. Lee
and wife. Gertrude L. Taylor and
husband to Citizens Trust and Sav
ings Bank, $1; part lot in South
Rend city, an addition to South
Rend.
Herbert R. Bcekwith and wife and
Ralph R. Parrott and wife. $1: lot 4.
Reekwith & Parrott's proposed sub
division of lots 11 and 12 in Port
ape Heights addition to South Rend.
Otto Salaji and Elizabeth to Paul
Lukovics. $000; lot 1 in replat of
lots 7, 0, 10. 12. 25. -7. -S. CO,
::4, r.n, r.6, r.7. ;:i. 40.
4 4, 4 5. 46. 47. 4, 4 1 Ü0
r6, 6o. 6i. :,
6 6, 7 4, 7 ,", 7 6, in Svvy-
parfs third addition in South Rend.
The Farmers Securities Co. to
Vcrn M. Peterman and Ida R., $1;
lot T6. Bowman's fifth additon to
South Rend.
William Weidler and wife to
Charles Weidler. $1: land in I'nion
township.
Ray C. Smith and wife to Riley
M. Runnels and Martha. $400; lnt
1". out plat of New Carlisle.
John F. Hantz and wife to Julius
Seeberuer. $1: lot 67. 'NciU's sec
ond addition to Mishawaka.
Rmil F. Auer to Joseph C. T-Ttiber.
$111-3!': art of lot -4 on Second st.,
now Lincoln Way W.. in Mishawaka.
Marvin Campbell and Lydia to
Herman A. Tohulka and Ida Tohul
la. Jl: part of lot :!. (.llece flrove.
now in city of South Rend.
Herman A. Tohulka and Ida to
Kniil Reyer and Anna R. Reyer. $1;
part of lot Collece Grove addition
to South Rend.
The Soutii Rend Gary Land Co.
of South Rend. Ind.. to Ferdinand
Raff. No consideration. Lots S, 6:'.
6:'. 14 and part ?ö of rev is i plan of
Squill Rend and Gary Land Co. ad
dition to South Rend.
The South Rend Gary I.in1 Co
of South Rend. Ind.. to Joseph I)
Oliver. No consideration. East
one-half lot ?. 4?. part lot .o and
16 on revised plan of South Rend
and Gary Land Co.'s addition to
South Rend.
The South Bend Gary lr.d Co.
of South Rend. Ind . to S huv Ier Col
fix. No consideration. Lots -7. 2 5.
and parts lots "0 and 00 in re-
ied plant of South Rend and Gary
Land Co's addition to South Rend.
(simc to Joseph P. Ohtr. No
consideration. Part of lot re-
v ied plan of South Rend .itid Gary
I-ind Co 's addition to South Rend.
Same to William J. Keher. No
consideration. lots 01 and '.7. re
vised plan of the South Ren! nd
Gary I.ind. Co.'s add.itlon to South
Rend.
Same to Elmer Crockett. No con
siderution. Part lot rrvi.su j.lan
of So'.ith Bend and Gary lind CoV
aildition to South Rend.
NAVY D ILL NO
ADEQUATE, VIEW
Admiral in South Bend Says
250,000 Men Are Not
Enough For Ships.
'The present bill before congress
stating that there shall be but 250.-
000 men in the navy after a peace
basis has been established is surely
inadequate." said Rear Admiral C.
McR. Winslow, formerly of Roston,
Mass., in an interview at the Oliver
hotel Friday.
"Thi number of men provided
for by the bill, will surely not be
able to man all the ships of the navy
and a larpe number of ships will b
idl when they are really needed to
satisfactorily carry on the repular
work of the navy. I am of the im
pression that the bill will be amend
ed to allow a larper personnel or it
will not pass." aid the navy official.
On Way to Culver.
The admiral and his three daugh
ters are on their way to Culver Mil
itary academy where they will at
tend the praduatinp exercises of C.
McR. Winslow, jur.. next week. Kol
lowin? the graduation exercises the
admiral will return to his duties on
the coast.
During recent months the admiral
has been on inspection duty in the
Atlantic coast district where the de
mobilization of the navy has been in
progress.
Safety Board Has
'Nothing to Say'
A boit Anything
The public be-damned policy of
the South Rend board of public
safety was again carried out at the
meeting Friday night according to
otllcial reports given out by Harry
Josephson. clerk of the board.
The board went into executive ses
sion at s o'clock and Capt- James
Shock was made outride doorktep
er. The purpose of the doorkeeper
is to tee that no newspapermen sit
within hearing distance of the board
of safety office.
Here is the official report of the
board meeting as given out by Mr.
Josephson in answer to the follow
ing questions:
"What did you do about the vice
situation in South Rend?"
"I have nothing to give out."
"Did the operators of the roulette
tables in the down town district pay
their weekly taxes?" -
"I have nothing to give out."
"Did the board decide to allow the
police to conduct any more spasmo
dic raids on liquor dealers?"
"I have nothing to give out."
-Well, what else did you do?"
"My instr tions are to say, 'I
have not hint. f give out,' routine
business occupied our time, and why
don't you ask me where we got those
roses over there?"
Following the meeting of the
board N'els Kiser, Frank Roone. pre
siding officer :n the absence of Dr.
Smith, and Chief Kline left the po
lice station in the big Cadillac tour
ing car. Mr. Josephson refused to
state whether the members of the
board were taking a joy ride or were
on official business. 'At a late hour
the Cadillac and driver were still at
the services of the board.
ADVOCATES SIGNING.
COPENHAGEN. June 7. Mathias
Erzberger. head of the German ar
mistice commission, according to
the Deutsches Tages Zeitung of Ber
lin, is preparing a memorandum
which, after discussing the peace
terms in all their aspects advocates
assigning the treaty.
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News of the
THEATERS
Stage and Screen.
"DADDY LONG LEGS."
"Daddy Lor..; Legs," the delight
ful photoplay which has been run
ning at the Oliver all this week, will
close with tonight's performances.
Maty Rickford has gained many
friends by her clever work in this
picture, which is by far the best pro
duction he has ever appeared in.
I men, on rich the other an ex-convict.
The former is on the road to
I ruin by too much strong drink and
the big situation comes whn the
ex-convirt is prevailed upon to takt
his place in society and in his home.
Pretty and petite Shirlv Mason i
tomorrow's star in an up-to-date ro
mantio tale entitled 'Th Final
Close-up" which deals half-seriously,
half-humorously with the advent
ures of a little over-workej depart'
merit More clerk, who takes a sea
side vacation at the expense of an
unknown rich admirer. Her Joy
and sorrows as a puest at this fash
ionable resort are cleverly pictured
t i
AT THE AUDITORIUM.
"Regeneration," a sensational mx
reel William Fox drama; the Rathe
Xews of late events of interest;
'The Village Smithy," a screaming
tv.o-ree": Mack Sennctt comedy, arc
the pictures on at the Auditorium to
dny. Tomorrow's, hill includes
"Rirds cf Prey," a sensational
drama; Mutt and Jefl. those amufc
inar cartoon characters; the Tathe
Xews; "Cupid's Day off," a two-reel
Mark Sennctt-Paramount comedy,
and "The Red Glove." the thrilling
s-erial Mory featuring Marie Wal
camp. The clever actress, Fannie
Ward, comes Monday in hf-v 'latest
production, entitled 'Ihe Cry of the
Weak."
Used to Serve 9 em
Over Bar, Now He
Cultivates Farm
"TIIK STILL ALARM.'
"The .till Alarm," the dramatic
spectacle taken from the melodrama
of the same name and which comes
to the Oliver theater Sunday, was
one of the strongest successes back
in the eighties. Based on this im
nioital stage play, the screen ver
sion i-i saij to set forth in a teliing
manner all the beauteous romance.
thrilling situations and soul-fctifring
tire scenes in a manner far more
graphic than the limitations of the
staqe could possibly, permit. It is
said that nothing more astonish. ng,
more r;al, has ever been achieved
in the making of a photoplay than
lias resulted in the Mining of "The
Still Alarm." Prominent in the cast
are Thomas iSantschi, Rcssie Eyton
and Fritzi LYunette. The Dixie Ja
band and orchestra will add no.tlty
to the engagement. Continuous
performances will De given starting
at 1 o'clock.
AT THE OltPHEt'M.
Eva Fay, the mysterious and
amazing entertainer, is featured on
the vaudeville bill which is giving
final performances at the Orpheum
today. Other entertainers on the
bill are Ren Deeley and company in
a comedy sketch "The New Reil
Roy"; McLain Gates and company
who present the laughable farce "Me
and Mary"; Elsie ochuycr, a petite
singing comedienne and, Rert
Wheeler and company of pantomime
artists.
Reginning tomgrrovv headline
honors on the new vaudeville bill
are divided between the Five Amer
ican Girls, in a classy singing num
ber, and Walter Fishter and com
pany who present the comedy oddity
"Raby Rugs." Alf Ripon, a ventrilo
quist; Raul Kleist and company in a
fantastic novelty and Fox and In
graham comedians round out the
five act bill.
AT THE LASALLE.
"Hearts Asleep" is the title of a
crook romance at the IiSalle today.
Lovely Ressie Rarriscale, whos ap
pearance in any picture always
evokes a great deal of interest, is
featured as a little waif who is
reared by a band of criminals and
then suddenly transplanted in a to
tally different environment. What
happens under these unusual cir
cumstances forms the basis of a
most entertaining screen drama.
The story proves once more that
"fine feathers do not always make
tine birds."
Tomorrow 'Daddy Long Legs."
Mary Pickford's latest picture which
has been pleasing large crowds at
the Oliver all week, will move over
to the LaSalle for the on day only
Stanley Ragg cf 1217 Portage av.
was formerly a saloonkeeper. Now
he is a gardener and horticulturist.
When visited by two friends Fri
day morning, he was attired in a
pair of khaki trousers, white shirt,
and a hat resembling the ones worn
by Englishmen in the wilds of Af
rica. He was pushing a one man
plow about his farm, which covers
almost an acre of ground, and per
spiring profusely.
After he had shown his visitors
how his corn was sprouting up, how
he had planted hfs potatoes, and
why he expected his June peas in
July, he looked around in a mys
terious manner, and beckoned for
them to follow him. "I'll show you
my flower garden," he said, "got a
new species growing back there."
Pointing to a flock of full bloomed
poppies, he whispered, "Those are
my bolshevik buds, some signals,
eh?"
As his visitors started to leave, he
called them back, saying. "Don't go
away yet, I got something else to
show you "
So Mr. Ragg took a small piece of
string and tied it to a hedge which
runs around his garden, then step
ped back to the house to await re
sults. Soon a robin flew down,
picked up the loose end of the
string, and started to fly away.
"Pass." said the visitors as they
hurried off.
RTY
Bought and sold for
cash. No checks. Ac
crued interest allowed.
We pay up to $52 for
full coupon bonds
highest market prices for
other issues. Open 8:30
a. m. to 8:30 p. m.
. L. Guthrie
423 J. M. S. Bldg., 4th Floor
Union Trust Company
ts&f Dtpoclt Dozm vttb spciaJ
f&cüittc tor Cm privacy of cu
tomra
AT TIN: CASTLE.
"The Fire Flingers" ig the unus
ual title of today's Castle picture
which features, that splendidactor,
Rupert Julian. Tho story givVs him
a dual role to portay, that of two
VTbtn you thtnk of Bamcftxr
nl4htns think of -Sailors."
ni Ii irn Thursday, Friday,
III VlK SATURDAY
ULI K Lll maii nnnFRQ mow
PRIC1: Orchestra, S2.00; Balcony, $1..0. $1.00 und 7.V
JUN 12-1 3-14
Gallery 00c.
Premiere Performances of the Ideal Musical Play
HONEYMOON TOWN
BERNARD GRANVILLE
(Star Ziegfudds Follies 1912-13-1 J-15.)
And Company of 75 People, including Roy Atwell,
Dorothy Brenner, Helen Bolton, Fred Frear.
Lntire lti-Picvo Orchotrn from Lasallo Theater. Chicago.
Honeymoon Town Open for Summer Run on June loth nt La-
sallo Tli eat er. Chicago.
WONDROUS CHORUS OF REFRESHING HONEY-GIRLS
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Taylor can save you money on new tires or
can give you the best service in the city on re
pairing your worn tires.
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gotesstsf.es TAYLOR'S BIG TIRE SHOP
Cost'V2 An Much 132 .Jefferson Blvd. Phones: Bell 610; Home 561C
WAR TIMES
Makes It Necessary to Economize.
Let Us Save You 80 of Your Footwear Bills.
"SOLE SAVERS"
BEFORE
Quali VShoo Repair
kJ. AJtojfo -'Prop.
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BRING IT HERE
We Fix Watches Right
Jewelery Repaired and Remodeled
CLAUER'S JEWELRY STORE
Ladies how about your old straw hat.
You know the SOUTH BEND HAT
BLEACHERY can make a new one out
of it. 118S. Main St.
Interior Decoration
Wall Paper
Picture Frames
The I. W. Lower Dec. Co.
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in this
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Auditorium Today
. A gripping, thrilling life
story of a man who was
raised from the slums to
national fame; a battery
of thrills and fast action is
"Regeneration"
in six reels. Today's is
sue .of .PATHE NEWS
features many timely and
interesting scenes of late
current events, and
The Village Smithy'
One of the funniest two
reel comedies Mack Sen
nett ever produced.
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Great Showing!
of J
Fine Straws I
Y'
OU'LL find here
really wonderful
Bortment; there's never
been a season that h.as in
troduced so many new
braids and shapes; bali
luks. minados, bankoks.
mackinaws, leghorns, sen
nits, madagascars, splits
in every imaginable shape
and style and they're all
here. The very finest to
be had.
$3.50, $4, $5, $6 to $10.
Others in good style and proportions. $2, $2.50 and $3.
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ORPHEUM CURRENT
EVENTS
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Home of the Knox Straw Hats
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EVA FAY
Tho lllfrli lrieMcss
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TODAY
BESSIE BARRISCALE
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HEARTS ASLEEP
McLAIN GATES & CO.
Mo and Mary."
ELSIE SCHUYLER
Sons Odditis.
BERT WHEELER & CO.
An AutonioMU I'antomlnu.
ro.Mixc; srxD.w
FIVE AMERICAN GIRLS
And Tour Oltur Arts.
Ih- farinal uiz lale of a
Iacy who fr) Into li:rk and
oiio that will .-'pjMVl o l-fs
ir ronianro and advonfi
I'ilh'd 'it!i dramatic fattir
IH A CLASS BY ITSZLF
CHOUND FLOOR AAFE COWVXKUlfT
Today's picture at the LaSalle
r r-i n l
features oessie Darnscaie in a
difficult role, in which he plays
an pbuscd slave and later ?
rr. I polished society lady.
Wouldn't it bo rofrrshir.c to have!
this charming vounc; lady march
you off to jail? If it would ou must!
woman. Mif's Hums, who is only j
twt nty-ono. has hon ajj-ointod to'
the New York polico forco as one!
of tho as.sitants to Mrs. Ellon O'-'
(Irady. Kifth Deputy Police Com
missioner. Miss Hums will not wear
H uniform. She is bupposed to watch
ana to keep our.p pirls up to ciht
n who make a habit of frequenting
dar.ee halls and the like from stray
ing off the right path.
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ALL YOU HEAR IS "DADDY LONG LEGS' lOc, 15c and 25c Plus the War Tax
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TOMORROW
MARY PICKFORD
!n
-DADDY LONG
LEGS"
Movil river from tho Oliver
for cno ila. Sunday only, at
.lightly aIanood prices.
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MARY PICKFORD
MOVES TOMORROW
TO THE LASALLE
i YOL'R LAST CHANCE
TO SEE
" DADDY LONG LEGS'"
The success ot Mary Pickford
in "Daddy Lons Legs" during
the week s engagement at thr
Oliver has influenced the man
agement of the LaSall- to hold
the picture for Sunday. It will
be shown at the same prico? that
prevailed during the Oliver en
gagement 10c, 15c and 2 5c.
plus war tax..
MARY PICKFORD AT THE
LASALLE SUNDAY IN
"DADDY LONG LEGS"
Don't miss this last chance to
see the best screen comedy little
Mary ever produced.
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