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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES s.vrrnn.w aftkiixoon. jiwi: 7. iio. MISHAWAKA Newt-Timet OHcc 120 Lincoln Way West. Home ANNUAL RECITAL Members of Music Department Give Fine Entertain ment Friday. Members of the music department or tn nigh school assisted 1 y thi girls' glm club cave their annual re-j citai l-riuay afternoon in the hiiih xenool auditorium under t'm direc tion of Mib.s Jeanne F. Terry, in--tnu-tor in mii.-ie. The prs'ram was as follows: Hih ts -hool orchestra. t.'horuBe.s (a) Merry June .. Vincent ib Welcome Pretty Primrose Pinsutl the Lilies Thor-oson j-irtet Come Where Ploom AlU-rttt Hashman, Partvs Wrights- man. Glenn Kb-in, Jam f.hase. i Choruses (ai Irif tinp: . ( n ) liarcarolle 'o al -olo The Tar 'a To-ti Offe.ibauh Farew eli . . . Adam ; V. J. Koy. Much school orchestra. Semi chorus Come Sweet : Srrin" I AT HIGH SCHD01 Harnby1'1 business of the iinsh during Jo-. phine, Gates. Isabella Vinson, i r- boc'-cac t ts absence, anj Fr. Hertha Conrad. Odetla Hemphill. ' 1 ''.-er, of Notre lann. .viil conduct Frances Mueller. Puth Starke, Atf- tht' Mmdaj seivkes. nes poole, H.izel Iteed. Piano foIo Kustlins of Sprint?.. j ISII.T W.MS PlCIllii; AT i LN- Sindin' Tll. oral duet See the Pale Moon.. 'The Heart id" Humanity," one of Ca mpana J 1 be mot interesting of wai pictures Alberta llushman. .Mane Amtersnn ! Choruses (a) Woodland Calls Khys-Hei bert (M Three Cheers for the V. S. A Baldwin ( America Smith Accompani.-ts Marie Anderson, Harriet Strubbe, Kenneth Schmidt, Wilma Poole. I'.'iuline Piekincr. The selections- rendered by the hih school orchestra were especial ly pleasing". to visit dim: lands. Mer.ibefs of the Mlshawaka Wom an's club and aiio:U' else- interested in the movement for the 4 reserva tion of the (bine country are invited to a trip through these lands In com pany with J. Jensen, landscape gar dener anil architect of South P-nd. The party wili li.twi the South Shore station at South P.end at !s : 1 Ö this n.orniri'. IS XIlTING s. Mis John II. 'urr of Kentucky is iNitinu' her son. H. 17. 'uir. in H'lrance manager of the Mishaw'aka Trust, at his home, 'l.". Margaret st. She will prolibly pend the entire summer here. to utavi: roi: n akiim. F. D. Tlcntr, JU'J S. Cleveland st.. who ha le.eii ill for the past few wt"ks. will leae doiuhts Tor Patle r' ck Mich , .hete ne n ill take treatment at a sanitarium. sITCIAL It 'ej.es and Tl UPAY carnations. ONLY. .'' cents a 1 N. Main Advt. dov n. C. L. PovmH. 1 i er. h ui 17. Saiiti:. dentist. Pbct -i mV- building, over I'llmaan's Clotb.in Store. Home phone Advt. Tr. Makielski. Second st. osteopath. Advt. I M'NTk-:D Kitchen and room hdp. North Side rant. Pell phone dum. Pcs'au 7t7 on West at N w s -i.tl F UNT Chevi b t crank st.. near Fourth. Call Times ottice. FK PUNT - aptrtment on n trance. Adult only. No cats or - with i efcrent s ; Pell x '.. nil HAI It cut 106 N. Mill Sh.ie 1.". M lles. t 1 WANTUD Two or three rooms, close in. t-r li k.epmc. Address J. Tirne-c f urntsJieil ht house- N e u s - tit 1 Ft K SALi: Attractive lot at Uagb Point, phone 10?. 1 ike Call front J Home' tit i WANTUD A housekeeper at Uiurel St.. Mishawaka or call phone 43 4. ii 3to . i '!: SAL17 Forty acres, three and one-half miles northeast of M'lsh awak.i mi the Jetfeisoh id. Pas.! lv C-eyter. M jsha aka P. P. No. , box 4'.. V ITS. w e are Smlthv e-pen Get at a ; nignt now, -"Oil meal it hot weather. Cold drinks, all ki: ids. Jto Ponds, Iionfts--rrlng your br.ds to Mr. Stark in th MJsh iwak Tru-t Cos. bjilding. open even bags Fol: SALI 7 room hiute goo.i lot. . . . Jl Co) - " . 7 room hu-e tiir repair... f. room and r.ath corner lot 4 acre farm wa-Il improved l::.o 5 0 00 :0 acre farm near Wyale . . ISeyO ) ö acres Uncoln way U Z200 QArStUtta ilome phene 175. I MSMAWAKA WANT AIDS FB. SCHOGKAEHT GOING ABROAD Leaves Sunday on Visit to Belgium His Native Country. After an absence of 1 jearb. Schockaert. th r . s- . ,1 j,a Fr. tor j of St. Uo'i rhuith. will leave Sun day morning on a trip to iii naiive injiitry, Iti lrluni. The news of Fr. ri'hockaert only baked out lust nj.'it, nut .vtn his ' o i,;revation beint it a are of the i fact. II stated to The News-Times that h has st ui ti ins jiasnport a i.'tnd rrade all arrangements for the J1'- '' 11 gone until th enii " .-'lt-mb-r. !'"' Sehockaert nas i. n jastoi of i St. Pavo':- Catholic .Waich for the ,-at seven als' anil hah a lar oitr: elation of Flemish it.tns who v. i!l doulftb'ss i-ive. him a litartj st-ml - off. Cr. Cii.ules Fd her. ISel'-ian pro st of f-'outh Hen-.,, will look aft- et "hovvil, drew a i rowüed itt nd ante at the Ctntury theater lal night, an "I the opinion was oeue.ally expres-sed that it was by far the greatest picture of its kind ter e. b.ibited in Mishawaka. The audience that a- the initial presentatioN of the pi( ture at the Century was most , I a ppi eciaiive ;mi nr missen a j thrill nor skipj i a dramatic situ ' at ion. Itth honr and credit ac I crup to Allen Holubar. the director. i F. this ne production alone i.; he i ; entitled to ;ank with nasteis of his ciatt. lb uas an uncrnnic sense or uet.til whicii makes the seems ia an alien atmosphere cry real and i-ose to the audience. "The Meait of Hu manity" is a picture of infinite pathes. portray inr reat unself ish Ioe of luim-tns for humanity. The picture will be repeated today and tomorrow. to pii.w ii.m:dai.l m nday. The Junior Moose base Hall team will play the 171khait Uam Minday i.liirpnoii at .::' -a clock at the cor iii r of Wells ami Sixth ts. Tliis is the second j;aine of a scries with Klkhart. ; I SITING KI.LVriYi:. Mr. anl Mis. il I. Grant and laughters. Met;. 1 and Dons, have j o-ie to Colawater. Muh., to hpend i a weck, w Ith l t'.ath es. t I IMIH() l.G. The condition of Mrs. M. L. Ue. Lincoln Way wist, who has been ill lor tlie p ist two wtess. is much im pi o ed. Kim KN I'HO.M CANADA. Pev. G. V. Titus, 4'. W. First &t., iil'irr.i,! last ening from St. Thomas. nt.. Canada. He was'ac coaip trdetl home b bis wift and two children, who have pent tile past f( w nieks visiting with relatives in that city. l i: SAP17 A barn to be moed off lot. Call Home phone 5 1 G WANT 17 D Automobile repairing Pi act s reasonable. Call Pell j phone j or '.04 K. liw fence st. J ;t;: ; I rK PUNT one large front room Sni ill furnished! lor ,ju houseket ping, with kit tirst llo.r. Private, j , hepette. with privat- entrance, fall Home phone AY 1J. bU l'(P PUNT Furnished rooms for lilght housckeciung. 11! N. .Maui St. t)tl IWAN'TKD To buy small lot in east I end. Near stre-t car line, not more tb.an rune blocks from Main st. p all in4 Lincoln way 17. or Home phone A 1 7 6. ,rto FOll SALU -Houses In al! sections of Ca- t.ty from JtnOO up for lash or sir..!., payment and balante to suit purchaser. A. so very desirable vacant bts and aiicag.- tracts, t m?o. A. Lang. llJ Limoin way W.. Homo t . - r T 1 LI PHUT V Ponds If you are toiced lo eil. you are untitled to ti:- highest market price with ac crued and earned interest to date. Pr.rg your bonds to us. Get our price and convince your.-eli. CAMP. THOPNU and Co. 103 N. Main st. duor Hotel 7Ud;. Phone Pell 161 Hours ? to 3. Tuesday and Saturday evenings. i i FOP SALU -.Io. acre tr.tc i -n sui ir.ee. me.s es. 5 and 10 isy -t,. . ..:ent. ln Henncsey. lawyer. 11C Lincoln way W , .Mishawaka. 22tf wi: i'AV jp to ?: .Miimm Ijberty r.t 1 1 p et : rio s i.r ' ryot :..."h for full IhtiIs. Highest oth?r ' -sues Ac- c ue I I.-.ter. st illow.vl No checks Partly paid contracts ': ought. )pcn 8:C a. m. to :C0 p. m. C. L. Guth- rte. 423 J. M. S. Pldg ' War Stamrs lought. fourt.. floor. NEWS Phone 118; Bell 10 ES DIES IM QKLAHQIV1A John Baker Well Known Here, Succumbs Friday Morn ing Leaves Family. A tel?rram was teceiwa in M.sh- aw ika bc't eninfcr statin? that John Paker, formerlv of this city, died i'riday morrim; ;:t nis home in Oklahoma. Pea'h was due to heart ti o.io'e. The nie,s-ai;e lont.lint u no further particulars as to the funera s .vici s. Mr. Paker as a wt 11 known ?.:isha aka n.an and was past CO vcirs idd. He lelt here with his iai.ulv about four years auo. He vas tb.e son of the- late Mr. Haker. 1 1 1 j iiiu mi' u i jit imiui i u wr" v.-orKs in Mishawaka. He : , survived ny his wife, for n.erly Mi.-- P.oyd; thru children. If race, Dot;abi tild Mitj P.ik-r. of Oklahoma. He Dor;dn also has .t, .s:.-t-i Mis. Herr and Iirm.'i Ke.t.--cy, f So'Jth Ucnd Mrs HOME SERVICE BRANCH AMERICAN RED CROSS The Home Service branch of the 'American Ped Cross is continuing to bin excellent work in Mlshawaka un- i der the management of Mrs. S. M. Hauer. During the last three months Ö.7J3 disabled soldiers in Ohio, In diana and Kentucky applied for some form of vocational training to Jit them ftr future usefulness, ac cording to the latest monthly report to confess made by the federal board for vocational education. American Ped Cross home service workers report that soldier boys in almost every city and town in the three states are studying some new i profession ot trade w hich will I make it possible for them to earn m most cases more money tnan tncy were able to make before the war. In training the disabled men the federal board makes use of schools nearest the soldier's home to supply j the kind of education he desires. FAerythiritf from barberimr to law is included in the category of studies Itke division boys are taking. PUPILS GIVE PIANO RECITAL AT LIBRARY Pupils of Miss Mary Doolittle ap leared in an excellent piano recital Friday evening in the public library. Only half the class performed, the other half will give a recital next Friday night in the same place. Miss Marie Poles assisted with several well chosen readings. The names of the pupils ;. ppearing on the pro gram were: Marie Huff. Marion Campbell. K!la Pinch. Alta Shroyer. Leone Kelley. Frances Martin. Mar ion Kelley. Alta Strickler, Dorothy Smith. Florence Porst, Trea Reed. Virginia Presch. Kvelyn Meixell. Pertha Hobhins, Dorothy Purger. Puth Maurer. Alberta Ditsch, 'Doro thy McDuflle. Mary Katherine Pus sell. Klizabeth Presch. Pernice Simp son. Mildred. Tyler, Charles Prun dydge. Douglas Campbell, Holert Kline, Gordon Sehuler. Thomas Pu.khart. Ianald Thomson. rmsT ciiiuvnw rurucii. Sur day st trices at the Firs. Christian church will be as follows: Piale school, ! :i7; morning services. 10:1.1; sormon, "Defenders of the Ti '. th." by the pastor. Pev. C. W. Titus. There will be speeial music. Uvming Kervices will be held at 7 o'clock. Children' day program will be eibserved with a program of readings, songs and drills, etc. The public Is invited to attend these services. C. I. C. CLASS TO -MI717T. The C I. C. class of the h irst Pap tist t hurch will hold its regular monthly meeting Monday evening at s o'clock at the home of H. Fletcher, ".0d K. ( 7rov e st. st. axdiu'W's si:n in:s. Sumlav services at St. Andrew's ! church at o'clock a. m.. Sund.iy school at 1 o'clo. k. ij:am: rem can a da. Mr. and Mrs. 1'dward Clarke and Pari Prahl of the Clarke Concert Co.. who have been the guests of Mr. und Mrs- Alton S. Winey for the past few days bft today for Canada to start their annual chautau jua tour. I.UAVUS roil l'lIILADUI.PIIIA. John Shatlinger. 73J E. Third st.. If ft Friday w:i his sister-in-law. Mrs. M. H. Pltt.r. for Philadelphia. H- will visit there among relatives and friends for a year. F. 17. Coats Co.. undertakers, have moved to their new funeral home, corner Third and Raco sts. 17tf l'-ed rar for ale at Avcniii' garage. Home Phorie 202. tt dt. Try NEWS-TIMES Want Ads n CtearYcerSHn i H C5y- Vflr Hair A vu w i vui iiyn "A iti'i! r nun uuHcura s,vap, v) st, Tlruca io. f St. rl ch of "f'atuiik. FORM mm UihL Many Loose Ends Remain In German Answer Tangle PA HIS. Junt 7 There .ire still I nunv Ific.so nds to the determina tion. which muit be made before the reply of the allies to the German counter j)ropoals can be HJ'-muttol to Count vor. Brookuorff-Rantzau, head of the German plenipoten tiaries, and rn the t'tie.stion of piinripe rcpardint; changes in th treaty has not b t n definitely t-et-tled. Nevertheless, the member of the comrr.i-Mon of experts profess fonfidcnce that they will be able to complete their reports to the coun cil of four by Monday or Tuesday, and the members of the council themselves seem sure that thev will be able to present th? allied reply on Thursday or Friday. The renly will be submitted as an 'Railroad Deficit in April $58,000,000, Says Hines -Director the iail - WASHINGTON. June -Gen. Hinis estimates mat road administration incurred a dericit of approximately 5.".'0.yuo ear tfSl -,friod. on which the com iu April, making a total d licit of pensation to the road:- is based. J !2m. oeO.OeC for th.- last four The dirt t tor general rt iterate u. fx pressed f cononiif ! v. ow wer. hi previously that present judgment com litions were loo unsettled to af ford a safe basis for decision as to the nccessit; for increased rates to oifset the d'fferenec netwetn income ami operating cot. i'or tue present there will be rc raise, he aaded. the administration lo.-ifiuir. Hsi-li to pfirticint evtry possible tconomy. Thv. net operating imome foi BARRETT SEES Second Commercial Confer ence Ends Sessions at Washington. WAsHINfiTON. June 7. nau uration of ;t ru vv t-pot h in pan-American commercial relations will ilate from the second pan-Anurkan oom mercial conference. Director Gener al John Fariett. of the pan-Ameri can I nion. and presiding officer of the confe rence. d clarel in sum - i ming u the achievements of the meeting at the coneludintr session. "Its tne grut outstanding charac teristic." said Mr. Parrett. 'has been the interests of Latin America, just as much as those of the Unite States have been frankly considered and discussed by the meist eminent and skilled authoriti s of both North and South America." The applause which ea-etrd the statement of Director General Par rett was considered as rejecting the sentiment of the more than 7"o rep resentatives of the United States and Latin America who have attended the five day meeting. Would ITstalilisli Service. 'If the work and results of the conference were to be summarized in the form of conclusions." said Mr. Parrett. "the following should be in cluded: The immediate establish ment of abundant freight, mail and passenger steamship facilities be tween the- principal ports of the At lantic. Gulf and Pacific coasts of the United States on the one hand and the corresponding ports of Latin America on the other. "The making of every effort by both governments and individual to .i i . . ueveiup uiiuuiiHii recipi ocuy anuj mutual cooperation in trading methods, regulations, business ethics ami general treatment of commercial1, relations. "The meeting of the unav oidable ' and pressing financial needs of Latin American governments and bgiti-j mate private unde rtakings and also the protection and enlargement of j the United States-Latin American trade, throutrh the financial ar.d banking interests of the I'nited States providing the necessary mon ey loans and credits. "A well eletined program for the protection of the patents, trade marks and copyrights yf each coun try in allthe ptner 20, through the new international bureau established in Havana r.nd the openm of the South American office at Pio do Janeiro. 'The making of tho parcel po.-, benehioial alike to th export busi ness of the United states and the rank and rile of th Latin American peoples through the removal of un necessary restrictions and regula tion'. 'The improv.i:: : ir. the adminis tration to consular "iTics. similarity to consular invoices and fees, the 1 Uif irmoyrrj t 1 n I perma - annulling of petty laws ,it trade arid hr revision an nency of tariffs. Would Uxpand UaPro'tK 'Th- undertaking, withou. delay, all over Iln America of evUr.sivc, railway and highway :-ad construc tion, the renewing of railways al- ; r aily in. existence, but s'cT -ring from i'n lick of tsupplies during the vv.ir. land the e sfaT.lt.-hrr nt of fast avia j lion mail csrv ice. i "Detter credit facilities for Iitin (American buyers, a closer study of' the Latin An eriean trade and social conditions by the interest.-, of the. United Stts. and the extensions of United Staus banking connection. j Pl-IERICA with a short time; limit. pro:aiiy nnout four day?, in which Germany will either have to take or b ive the conditions as offered th m Th most important modification under consideration, namely, the ouestirm of reparations, piobubly will not inolve any material change in the treat", as originally pre -entet. The corKe.-ions will, in stead, be presented in the form of a supplementary agreement, defining the procedure for the reparations commission and irescrlbing' cer tain instructions for that body v.'hich. jrccordin' to the original dratt of the treaty, was piven a most compn hensi e powr of ac- j nop. subject only to the instructions : r,f the powers represented on the I c ommission. J April was about I26.0C0.000. as i rpm'-:!re'1 with J l.uOO.OOO for Apn: lat ear, ana an average of 5S7.- Il0'.tl for Aitril durinz the three- i "In April." Mr. Hines said, "as in uaiiuui ; , v. u uv ei v. it, una0! :.ble showing sas due in! l.-re pari to the falling off of bust-! ncss. It a: also due ir: part to! the h'. avy. increase in .wages and' costs of material. The railroad ad-1 ministration is unlike other indus trial undertahin-s in that the latter have made huh corresponding in creases in the prices of what they sell, while the railroad administra tion lias made an inerc.se in trans portation rates of only 5 percent. for the benefit alike of the United States and Latin America. Iaor HetUT Cable's. 'The inprovement and extension )f new service, cable service, ami the employment of the best methods of advertizing. publicity and othtr agencies of commercial intelligence.! "The study of the Spanish andj Portuguese languages. Latin Ameri-J can institutions, history and geogra- ' phv bv the people of the United States and a corresponding studv of! the United States by the people of ' Latin America and ueneral vicaticn-j al training for pan-Arne rican trade, j "A favotable attitude towards the, holding of the second pan-American j financial conference in l?lb called i bv the invitation of the secrotarv of the treasury of the United States ex tended to the ministers of linance of Latin America." FACES BRIBERY I CHARGES IN ;jj Legislator Surrenders to Sheriff to Answer Two Indictments. ! COLUMBUS. O.. June 7. Frar.k I'elehanty. of Cleverand, member of he Ohio legislature, late today sur I rendered himself to the sheriff of Franklin county to'ansvver to two in- dictments charging him wih solicit jing and ol'feringbribes in e onnettion with pending legislation. J One indictment charging Dele- hanty with soliciting a biibe of, $000 from Dr. Russell Skeels of C'olurn bus for his ( Delehanty's i inf'uepce in so, uring the passage of the non medical practice bill. The other in dictment charges offering a bribe of $2,000 to Sen. Howell Wright of e'leveland. for Wright's assistance in securing passage of the bill. ! ultimatum Lincoln Gardens Mishawaka's Finest Addition. The company has decided to Commence Work Immediately on 10 New Homes This in itself will enhance the value of your lot if you buy NOW. During the past few days there have been many .inquiries from home-hunters who are desirious of owning their own homes in Lincoln Gardens addition. A number of lots have been sold within the past two weeks. Now is the time to look into this proposition. It is attractive to an unusual degree. Buv the lot and we will build for you on easv terms. Take the Lincoln Way E. car. It stops in front of the property. Mr. Sharpe, Sales Agent, will be on the grounds Saturday and Sunday afternoon or can be seen in the NewS'Times building every day and i , M evening. Phones: phone 52. News of Interest on the West Side Membfrs of St. Joseph's sdeiety of St. Stanislaus church will hold their regular mectiiiij Sunday after noon at o'clock at St. Stanis laus t.chc-ol auditorium. The monthly meeting of St. Yin cent De Paulo society. No. 7?, will be held Sunday afternoon at - o' clock in St. Hedwige' school build in p. The J-' dy Falcons Z. Italic ki No. 1 will hold their monthly meeting Sunday afternoon at - o'clock at Z. Palicki hall. W. Division st. Members of St. Adalbert's society, branch No. IZ'J. of the Polish Catho lic Union of America, will hold its meeting Sunday afternoon at - o' clock, at the regular place of m-et-inK. social i:vi;nts. The monthly meeting of St. Fsro nislawa society will be held Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the St. Hedwige' school building. All mem bers are reciuested to be present. The St. John's Canthius society branch. Xo. tiüjof the Roman Cath olic Union of America, will hold its meeting Sunday afternoon at St. Adalbert's chol building. The singing rehearsal of St. Hed- ige's choral society will be held Tuesday evening at 7:3' ti'clock at St. Hedwige's school rooms. Court s. Polish National Alliance, will hold its regular meeting Sunday afternoon at l:2o o'clock at Z. Pal- ' 1('K1 II III Division st. punt i: ' ) st a L i v i c i :s . Solemn ceremony will mark the celebration of Pentecost Sunday in the Catholic churches. Solemn high mass will be held at 10 o'clock at St. Hc-dwige's church. Local priests will assist the pastor. Pev. Anthony Zubowicz. C. S. C. The altars will be beautiiuily decorated with a pro fusion of red flowers, red being the Pentecost color. Pefore the mass the choir will sing "Come Holy, Ghost" and at "the offertory "Ven'i Creator." At :;:;u o'clock in' th- -1 I afternoon solemn vespers will take j place and will close with benediction and the "Te Deum." W)MM i:CI7M UN T UXUIU ISUS. j The pupils of St. Hedwig-'s school are rehearsing the parts they will taice in graduation exercises Friday. June -'J, and the program as arrang ed is one of the best ever held by the school. Twenty-two pupils of the tdghth radc will be given their diplomas and gold medals awarded. PI7KSON AIaS. Miss Pertha Ploiska has arriv ed here from South Chicago for a few days' visit wilh Mr. and Mrs. Henry Uolüiemba ::::'. W. Division st. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Naszkiewicz. 2-01 Linden av.. left Friday morn ing for Indiana Harbor, where thy were summoned by the critical ill ness of Mrs. Naszkiewicz's mother. Miss Veronica Prechowiak arrived Saturday from South Chicago for e visit with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Knnger Prairie av.. Misses Henrietta and Mary Piernawski, motored to Three Rivers. Mich., and visited with rela tives. Mr. ami Mrs. Leon Parnasicki. 10 21 Woodward av., will leave Sat urday afternoon for a two weeks vacation at Uagle Lake, Udwards burg. Mich. Julius Powlekowski of Michigan ! City, is a guest for one week at the I home of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Caleb ! Monioe. st. j AUx Domanski. 1001 Jackson st.. j left Friday for Grand Rapids, Mich.. ' to spend three weeks with relatives I and friends. ; Michael Pzuk and Albert Werbin- ski. motored to Iakeville. Caii Puffer ef Indiana Harbo; is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Valen tine Wejer. 1U61 Johnson d. The St. Casimier's society of St Casimier's""parish will hold its regu lar meetintr Sunday afternoon at the regular place of meeting. The children of Mary society of St. Hedwige"? church will hold its meet i at Sunday afternoon at 2 : -7 0 o'clock at St. Hedw ige's sv hoot rooms. Try NEWS-TIMES Want Ads Bell, 10; Home, llS. Sunday, Home DEMAND CUT II APPROPRIATE P U Must Scrutinize Each Request for Funds. Say Leading Republicans. WASHINGTON. June 7 i!r,!-:r. I tioil of gO C! "Kiiient ixpt:i.-es- lv ! , I i lose Mruiiiiv of all appropriation I requests was demanded Friday -v j republi-nn leaders in the house. It,- j publican members of th.- mihwiry j i ommittee. ir.eetmg w.t'.j their par - I ty's legislative steering committee, Ih-adc; by Floor i, ador Mondell. I vv t r e told to make all efforts to our- ! tail army expenses witdou; r-d.bir.-: any activity of r.tcessary lands, and ! similar request was made of iher appropriating cotiiaiitit emen at in- formal conf. rem.s. . . , , . Chairman Kann u.ld tne party leaders that the arm-, bill autir-.Tiv ing $1.10'.ööf,rö0 when it passed the house in the last ii:,cr ,- c i'.d ' r.nd later it was learned tb ,t th. 1 . jval commute rpc tt d to cat the i v.aval prot-riatioM jo about ! -:.:iMi.o,.c.eee. .f feeling a savir of j .mre than J 1 no. .me. etat i . r th-'i j amount carried wl.n t he m aure I was in the last con.-s j A ci.t in tne l.jee.enu.c.Mi i ,.M s- of the riiilti .ill administration a N.t Uas plannetl vvh n th. apprto.i uii,ui i ... . icomniittee me. ts t,, cor.sioei its ' final action on th.- tm at. ile- I fusal to rant all of tb.e in..r.-v ' ; , , , , , . ' . .-sie(i it.j .-. ei i in-, capn.u was t oil- itemplated Vy 'apo t mi. n i 1 1 rr. n . Work on tbe armv appi opriati.-r. .ill. was C . ! 1 1 I e t . 1 1 by toe military I committee toihn a id ariwng u;e ni I w re made for rr)i"riiim i' o ,t .'.it urday . WARNER BilOS. 22r 3'lchUrnn St. . THE PLANET JUNIOR Am Other arden Tols Read NEWS-TIMES for News üb URY TODAY AND Daily Matinees 2' p. m. and iDeneanofnnmaiiity The big picture that will live The most appealing love story of the great war ever filmed. The mother heart cried, but the mother soul sang. Don't miss this greatest of all heart-stirring super features. Featuring the great emotional star DOROTHY PHILLIPS Admission: Adults 20c. War Tax 2c, Total 22c; Children 10c, War Tax Ic. Total I J c. COMING SOON By Popular Request. Return Engagement of mi Let the Johnson Motor Wheel do the pushing The Johnson Motor Wheel makes any bicycle into a two cylinder motorcycle in 30 minutes. Strong enough for any man, light enough for women and children. Speed 6 to 35 miles an hour. 150 miles on a gallon of gasoline. Magnete and electric light generator. Built of the best materials to give tnousanas V of miles of re 1 iab 1 e service. 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