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srtE. SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
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Nevjs-Timcs
KING ALBERT IS
EXPECTED HERE
City Council Extends lnvita-j
tion Important Meeting
Monday Night.
Arr-nr'iir.z t' th" Hflr.Mr. cnr.- jl
h' h :-'! jro. M:sh'nv.ik: vtar'is a
i.- banco of hnvin:? th Kir.c nr. 1
j i c u ff P-''im vl.-It !.rrr dirin?
trwir fortht :;.ir. tri; to the Unite, I
Scat's ."la;.".' 'I.tv'nr ,r reparier! to
trio city c.tjTu :1 at its M-monihly
ir.'N tin;: Mor.d iy nU:ht. Mlshiwal.a
is ihr- only Uy in th- country that
has snt a:i 'ftviil Imitation to
Kiütr Alb'-rt aiM hi-; coi:.--'rt. an-1 tin.
i onsu! at Chi'- au'w ;iIviel th" niaiur
that fli'y -iiill in all probability
apt f if. In thp invitation sent
cfürially !.y the city it h s!atrl
"that Mi.-hav. al-.a N proud to num
ber anions its IS, COO In
habitants, :;.ooc ciTins in
av1ks vin- runs Iloiciani
aii eiti.iis naturally chTi-h in
thir hearts a Iov- fur the father
land and an i 11 1 - i . in its .weifare,
aii'i who .tl'r -ally umI patriotical
ly i-a ji'rt '!. war a-t ivitiex ami .sent
t rrvr in th" war' l,f ni' ii, several
f wJmni wrrc enib-d upon to rnako
th" suprf-mo irri;ie"
The council took up the matter
of telephone raK-s, and ,ifi' r reeejv-
Ip.K a report frnm the city attorney.
l-riflrrl to fipht a:iy ;ittniptfd in-
(r is, to tri limit oi Its ability.
A petition siftnoil ly K. X. Weher
ami '.',s others akini that the dis
play of merchandise on the Mde
walkn b" discontinued was referred
t ) the boanl of puhlif saf.-ty.
i No Hand Concerts.
nwinp to the fact that the 1110
I'.id.jet fll.1 not provide money for
frre land concerts in thf? parks. It
will he imiosll for the council to
rant th petition a.kintf for such
cnterahuncnt.
It was df-clded that the city take
out a membership In the Indiana as
tociation park department.
:iaims tothe amount of $3,041.43
were allowed.
The next nuetir.jr of the council
will he held the day after Labor day,
SPt. 2.
hoyai. r.inin;ons nexre.
Th Hoya! rCei'-ii'i-ors will ho.ld a!
joint piiT.K ';r.d t!;imb3c at Batte'.J !
park T i- la: fterroon. A pet luck
Mtppi r will be ore of the ".tures. '
,H Tr.e:-..be-s nie reiuested to at
tend the (rutin?.
ItCILDINC; PLKMITS.
. ''r.j'i!. for a residence at $0fi
L
i:. I'ouri: st.. to co-t $2.700.
J H. V'-'ikamp for Sim Cohen,
for :e.i . . -.r the corn.tr of Webs
ter st. nml Misimwaka av to cost
J7.SU'.
T.rviK:
Hi Confetti Dance at Mos h;ill
'IliurMiav niht tin -1st. Music Iy
.ril oreiioira.
IXK)K:
Advt. 10t).
MOTOR TO ,T. JOK.
Mr. and .Mrs A. J. Schindler spent
S-.nday in St. Jc-nph. Mich. The
trip :h made by auto.
WIIMvUr FAMILY REINION.
Members of the Weinkauf family
njo.i it annual reunion Sunday
at the Matt Lar.g's crove.
R( k FROM VACATION.
" Mr. and Mrs .1. V. U.irnard and
family have r. turned from Cop.-j-tunti'.'.e
Tich.. where tiicy spent u
vacation of two weeks
WANTED
M
enger ho
Festal
Telegraph nation, Hotel M:tiiawa-
t.i
Adv t.
1 J L J .
FUi: SALE A few ;s:r:ib!e lats
located in th- eastern anI western
parts cf the city, will build houses
to suit purc!iaer. s.inio io I i- 1.1 on
land contrail 'a-i-'. sm:ii; pa mi nt
down and remainder on i . . r; t L :
tallmeivjc For t;il particular and
'.oscnption c.ii:. H. K. CLRRY. Mr.
ii:s. und Real Estate Dept., Mi.-b.-awaka
Trujt and Sa nurs Bank,
phone TS. 17:4.
I'OR SALE No
house.- South Main st.
Kiim if taken at one-,
.lent down. alur.r
.-r'. a :i -i C'u:.i
Real bar-
Small pay-terra'-
A.
t olpart. phon' Mi. hawaka 11 1.
Advt. 1U7
WANTED Women and girls to
learn light sho.- making. We pay
while learning. We also need men
and boys for day and piece work.
Mishawaka Woo'ien Mfg. Co. St.' ;.
i SALE Ivor reed baby car
riage. One of the best. Good -.s
s.ew. Cost $4:. A bargain at J 2 0.
Horn phono 2 r.njs. Ue!I S02. 114
W. Grove. G16J-17
Lir.CF.TY r.ONTJS If you are
for. cd to oll. you arc entitled to
the highest market price with ac
crued and earnei interest to dato.
llrir.it your bonds to us Get our
price ar.d convince yorscli.
CAMP. TU OK NE and Co.
103 N. Main st. Oliver Hctel nidff.
T-jcafiy ar.d Saturday crer.lnjs
PbOD Dell 16SI Hour to -
Office: 120 Lincoln Way
T. B. H. COURTS HCLD
ENJOYABLE PICNIC
1
Mem rs of co irts 41. of Fouth
lb. .:d. and Mishar.-nka. T. B. K.
fii.ioyed their annual picnic to Hud-j-c
ii lak Sunday. This wa-i the tirst
affair of the kind the local court
had participated in. and it was re-
prc.-Mited by the largest number
present. Seventy families were re
presented. Contests were featured
daring th'- day in which the. follow
ing were winners: Hack to back
rare, for mm. Messrs Shirk and
Luke; tat? of war, for men and wo
men; .V. ard dash for boys, Adrian
Hu.-.-.ird; .,; yard dash fi-r women,
Mildred Clark; peanut scramble for
ehildren under IT.. I'dawrd Luke;
1"0 yard dash for men who had to
pick i;p women partners during the
contra. Mr. Shirk and Miss Lorena
Harnes. Mabel Stevens won the
free-for-all chicken prize. The ears
provided by the ladies wer a of the
laust imaginable.
SALVATION ARMY MAN
TO LEAVE MISHAWAKA
Capf. and Mrs. II. C. Sprazu, for
th.e p.i--t three years arid thrr-c
Monfh in fhar'o of the Solvation
Army work in Mlshawaka, received
"farewell or'.ers" from Indianapolis
Monday nmrninK. They will (nvo
ishawr;ka Sept. 2. hut their new
held of endeavor will not be an
nounce until later. IuHni? thir
reyidonrc in the city Capt. and Mr?.
Spratue have" done f?ool work and
their departure will be generally re
gretted. TF3IlLi: FKATrill-: TODAY.
"The Ixino Star Hunr" whleh
was thown before crowded houses
last evening will appear for the last
time today at the Tempi! theater.
Dramatically it is all that can be
desired, with the additional merit
of some wonderful scenery.
Manager Lanibiotte has y cured a
booking of the famous Craig Ken
nedy serial. "The Carter Cae." tho
first chapter to te shown tomorrow.
M.'iraret Marsh and Herbert Uaw-
lir.on play the leading roles. It is
a thrilling detective, i-tory.
i.s((irii. visrroKs.
Mr. and Mrs. John I!. Mills of
I'asca;oua, Miss., formerly of this
city, are visting with their children
at 110?. i:. Third st. They were call
d h-re by the illness of their
daughter. Nellie Mills, who under
went a serious operation at the
Robert Y. Long hospital. Indian
apolis. Alliums in r. s.
Mrs. W. M. Miars. 236 E. Broad
way, is in receipt of a telegram an
nouncing the safe aTr.val of her son.
Cpl. Charles C. Miars. Co. F. sixth
engineers at Philadelphia. Pa.. aft"
2 0 months, service overseas. He will
go to Camp Iix, from where he ex
pects to receie his honorable dis
charge. ENLISTS IN AIR SERVICE.
Fred Manuel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
'arl Manuel, ölä E. Lawrence st.,
formerly an employe of the Dodgo
Mfg. company, h;is written his par
ents to thj Meet that he has passed
his examination and beon accepted
in the I. S. army air service. He
is at present stationed in Indiana
polis. ENTERTAIN AT DINNER.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stout. 211
W. Lawrence st.. entertained twelve
friends and relatives at a dinner
Sunday in honor of Mrs. Stout's
iousin. Miss Mary Stout. Follow
ing the dinner an excellent musical
program was rendered.
Mrs. Jennie Little. 11? Wenger
;iv.. has uone to Buffalo, X. Y..
where she will make her home witn
her brother-in-law, David Little.
I!
If the party, who is known, will re
tu;n the fur piece taken from th
.'ailauv Sr.op. dollar day. no further
'l'.l'ü Wi.l be taker..
Advt.
ist:.
Fuil SALE Eight - room house,
laoairi xcept furnace. lnquir"
Co W. Hariell sc. 16t".
!':: SALE Oi: TRADE For sec
..u; h'iTu: J 'ord I'll'1 1 i' 1 7 twin cy
ht.Li c iir.e, 'aulsou moDrcycie.
Three i. ed. fully oquippej. witii
side car. ite Hinkies garai:', Mishawaka-
ist.'
1VR SALE Lot or. Lincoln Way
ea;. A bargain. Call Gar field
F..:. lOtT.
J.IULKTY HOXÜS We pay up to
JjJ.2ö cash lor Londs; accrued ir.-:
t'-rest allowed. War star.jp bought
C. L. C.uthrie. 12 J. M. S. Bldjr.
:"ö a. m. to p m. 74iO-:S
FOR SALE CO fe: frontage ar.J !
feet deep, v.n Lincoin Hlgi
v.;y east in the 3 'JO blook. T.o,
o-.:all houses bij:.;lng $28 per:
onth rer.t. I'ricc $ 4.50 J. Will seil,
um rtMioniLie Uiiaa Stark Iitalty
Co. ff!
t
6Ct MONTY 6r To loan on city i
v ; 1, v. 1 I
pjccii. .ni iuuia iiuue niou
ern. on easy payments. Seven room,
modern, r.ear car line. Five room
bunzulow. tasy payments. Garmire.
Phone Mishawaka 370. 7tf
yOl'ND Roys' union suit. Owner
can have same ty applying at The
News-Times o!flce and riy' 'g for
advertisement. 17tl
West. Home Phono 118; Beil 10
CITY Ml
RP
UUL
DD
Amounts to $65,150 Many
New Improvements
Contemplated.
The city budt for 1920 was sub
mitted by City Controller Michael at
the regular weekly meettng of th
board of works Monday, and was
adopted. It calls for tho following
allotments: Street department, sal
aries and labor, $12,Uüö; hupplies
and exnens?, $500; equipment. $500;
engineer departnv.nt, salary and
labe-. 57..000; supplies, $200; en
gineering. advertLsng and inpec
tntn. -00; park department, park
purchase, $4,200; salaries and labor,
$L400: supplies, $300; park develop
ment, $6,tM); city hall, salaries and
labor, $1,100; supplies, $250; repairs,
$:ji0; heating, $1,S00; garbage and
rubha salaries and labor, $4,500;
supplies. 1100; city sealer, salary,
$ ü 0 : expense, $100; board of works,
$2.000; expense, $100; sundry ap
propriation, utility lease, fß.oOO;
public water and electricity. $18,000
Total appropriation, $65,130.
Remonstrance for the sidewalk on
the east side of Main st. from Grand
Trunk tracks to Jefferson st., was
received and referred to city at
torney ai engineer.
l'lan New (ianlcn llousf.
A new garden house for Hattell
park has lioen received and the
board decided to place it in posi
tion so it can be ready for use next
spring. In connection with this the
controller reported that the $5,500
allotted for park during tht; cur
rent year had been spent. He asked
for an allotment for the purpose of
settling for the garden house. This
was. granted.
The board passed a resolution for
a sidewalk on Jefferson st., from
Main -to Sarah, and for the build
ing of a sidewalk and the grading
of X. Charlotte st. The time for
hearings on this will be Sept. S.
A resolution was passed for the
jpening of Thirteenth st. Hearings
will bo Sept. 8.
A resolution for the building oi
sidewalks on W. Sixth st. from
Smith to Logan was atlopted.
AT Tili: LINCOLN'.
Madge Kennedy will appesar today
at the Lincoln theater in the film,
"Daughter of Mine." It is a beau
tiful and popular play the author
weaving into the plot various char
acteristics possessed by different
groups of modern women.
Dr. Makielsk:. osteopath, 126 W
Second st. Advt.
Don't Forget
"KEISER'S ELECTRIC
SHOE SHOP,"
110 N. Main St., Mishawaka.
For All Kinds of Shoe Repairing
atd Shoes.
F. E. GOATS GO.
Undertakers
FUNERAL HOME,
Cor. Third and Race Sts.
Phone Mishawaka 197.
U Ü
THEATER
Announcement of Rig Attrac
tions Tills Week
N TODAY
MADGE KENNEDY
'DAUGHTER OF MINE
A chapter fron ccry girl's life.
WEDNESDAY
United Picture Theaters Corpor
ation presents the Inter
national Star
KITTY GORDON
"PLAYTHINGS OF
PASSION"
lKn't nilyj this one.
THURSDAY
ZENA KEEFE
;AN -aSiATEUR
- WIDOW"
FRIDAY
EMMY WEHLEN
"THE ADVENTURESS"
s.vrntnAY special
ELMO LINCOLN
laito star of "Tarian of the
Ap," an! Heaj.t of llorlin." in
"ELMO THE MIGHTY"
Li
GOVERNMENT FOODS
EAGERLY PURCHASED
Mishawaka's housewives took ad-
vantage . of the opportunity to pur-;
chaj-o government food stuffs at thej
local post office Monday morning. I
When Postmaster Herzog arrived;
on duty he founl a line of women i
anxiously awaiting the opportunity!
to participate In the bargains. Dur
ing the entire forenoon the postmas-1
ter was kept busy taking orders!
for the various articles of food on
sale. These were booked, checks ac
cepted and forwarded immediately
to headquarters. Owing to the inter
est taking in the sale in Mishawaka
the postmaster's office wijl be kept!
open during Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday evenings so that every
one may have an opportunity of
purchasing supplies. The goods will
be forwarded by parcel post to their
proper destination.
HOSPITAL XOTKS.
John LePeary of East Third st.
was operated upon Monday after-1
noon.
A daughter was born Monday to I
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Preehauf, 22Sf
E. Eight st.
CITY OCH' KT NCVS.
Chirles A. Barner of Watervliet.
Mich., and A. A. (Jarner were each
fined 51 and costs for Intoxication.
They I aid.
git:sts of MOTiuni.
Mr. and Mrs. George Forst hauer
of Decatur, 111., are guests of the
former's mother, Mrs. G. Forst
bau er.
Are You an Unbeliever?
Have you lost faith in tire repair
ing? One trial of our expert
service will make you a convert
once more.
Blow-outs, rim cuts, worn
treads we repair them all, and
we guarantee our work.
You can't lose, so bring in that
tire today.
J. H. HOUCK
118 11. Mi straw iika .Ave.
If. Plione 71. Mishnwaka-
Wednesday
Will be the greatest Wednesday Bargain Day we ever had.
Some of these goods could not be found Dollar Day, so we
are offering them at a much lower price than before. Our
reason is, we must dispose of these goods to make room
on our shelves.
LADIES' FANCY VOILE AND GINGHAM DRESSES.
About 25 in the lot; values up to $12.50; light and dark
colors. We must have the room (5 En
$3.95 and JjJÜ-UU
LADIES' COATS, CAPES AND DOL- 4 - fth
MANS Values up to $35. Reduced to. . i iiUU
SILK POPLIN SKIRTS, all sizes and five (JJ) Q
shades. Your choice
BIG SHOE VALUES OFFERED BARGAIN DAY
We must make room for our fall shoes. At these prices
one can well afford an extra pair for next season.
MEN'S DRESS SHOES Button Blucher and English.
Every pair guaranteed. Extra Special, y tflO
per pair PÜaUÖ
LADIES' SMALL SIZED PUMPS AND OXFORDS
If you can wear a sizeup to 4, you can buy a
$5.00 value Bargain Day only, pair. . . 'tsOv
LADIES' PUMPS AND SLIPPERS All our high grade
Slippers and Pumps for the last call of the rt m föfö
season at pair ' 2ib?JU
LADIE? HIGH AND LOW HEEL OXFORDS Plain
patent, browns and white; values up to $7.00. But we
must have the shelf room. Buy a pair of them for next
year. For Wednesday only, dftf) OF"
pair $2.95 and SviiSS
CHILDREN'S WHITE CANVAS SHOES-Sizes 9 to 2 ;
values to $2.50; leather and rubber soles. For fO
Bargain Day only, pair ßföß
CHILDREN'S STITCH DOWN CLOTH TOP SHOE
Sizes 9 to 2; values to $2.50. Extra Special (T rfß
for Bargain Day, pair D I
BLOOMERS
Ladies flesh colored, extra
fine quality Nair.soo kBl oom-
ers with hemstiiched ruffles.
Special
at
SSs
FANCY DRESS GINGHAM
All our beautiful patterns
that sold for 35c and 39c.
will be sold Bargain Day
only for
yard m'
e
Oh!
Skinny!
run like
eve rythin '
"Busier
frown
and Tige
in person
at the
CENTURY
.ed., Aug.
2:30 p. m.
s
,1
W.L. Douglas
Shoe Store
105 N. Main
Uu Sone Corset Shop
117 Lincoln Way Cast.
Rooms 21-20
MRS. P. DRIilER,
Hell Phone 470.
Bargain
YARD WIDE COMFORT
CHALLIES
Good quality. Will be sold
for 35c. For Bargain Day
only, per IQ
yard I Wt
27-INCH PERCALES
Extra value, in light and
dark colors. For Bargain
Day only. 4
yard ; U
20 th
TO
ruß
Day
For.
A COMPLETE,
The
With a view to helping; the ''Trade at Home" movement, we will on that dav
make it well worth your while to do your buying at the Milady Shop. Come early.
SO
Dresses
Of Voile and Gingham, in all
sizes, at a fraction of their
worth. For Bargain Day only
$3.75 -$5.00
Formerly sold up to $16.75.
5
Pre Shrunk
ash Skirts
For Bargain Day only at
Formerly $5.00 to S7.50.
The August Discount Sale of Furs
Buy now. Prices will be much higher later. Showing of Exclusive Models in
Dresses, Suits and Coats for fall.
The
tore
North Side, Mishawaka
A timely opportunity
to buy Blankets at a great
saving.
Wednesday
Bargain Day
Specials
Extra large size Wool
Blankets, in beautiful
plaids; S10.00 Ql
grade. Special Uui a
Full size Woolnap
Blankets, in plain colors,
with fancv colored bor-
dT s50" , 95
A-alues. Special xyWaiJtu
Full size Woolnap
Blankets, in a large va
riety of beautiful plaids;
S5.Ö0 values. f
Special ÖÖ.Ö
FINCH & SPRAGUE
Undertakers
Axnbulance Service
202 N. Main Street
Mishawaka
Eoth Phones 100
Golden
the. women op Fashion ,
EXCLUSIVE SPECIALTY SHOP FOR WOMEN
wednesdav
f 3 TO
j Ü 21 1
anner Thrift Day For All
Uean-up Sale
of about 375 New
All Silk Dresses
50 and more OFF PRICE.
The biggest assortment of styles offered in
All-Satin Dresses, Georgette and Tatfeta
Dresses. Women's
S30. S25. S20. All
$9.75, $12.50 and
loo Voile and Organdy Waists; formerly
sold at SI. 50 to S2.5o. For QEA
Bargain Day
1 50 Smocks of Voile; S5.00 to $7.50 values.
For Bargain Day
only
I lot of Georgette Blouses; ' values up to
S7.50. For Bargain (M Ä
Day : bwb
MPLE THEA
LAST TIMES TODAY
The Mory f a man who. unaided, hnikc up a ioerful
pins: of cattle Uiiccs.
wiuiam r araim
in a William 1'ox prHluctim of ;:nolln-r Z.tnc Citv roniauct
"The Lone Star Ranger"
A Kivalcr lote lor than "Ridci of iIm- Purple Sac." Iorc
thrilling drama than '"The ILtinhow Trail." it uk1h.
TOMORROW
ThLs is not a -timt M-rial. it's more on the iVatur order. S-- tlicv
fivt' reels. The op nlnir chapter ol" a .rriiz Kenul seiial.
"THE CARTER CASE"
No. 1 and 2. I'ive rol. f thi thrdlin; l-t"-t ie 'r imI.i. f-at-
iirln- MA RG All ITT MARSH, prrtly shtrr f tin- liiiiimi IAF.
the heroine, and IIKrtmiltT U.WVI.IXSON, a erilalde "da i -.- 11"
of the vcrcen. the heir., llon'l ruiv-, Mi-ii: the ipciiiiur rli.ipfrrv
I'SI'AL ADMISSION (e. He. 17c.
Wis
Sell ai a
Gaylo
f$ Third Addition
On 11th 12th, 13th and 14th Sts.
Between Spring and West Streets
QJJ' iL SUJ
m
10 cash, bal. monthly payment
ACHILLE COLPAERT,
and misses' sizes. Worth
at
6.75
Ü
SaorifiGe-
IN
and up
phone Mishawaka 1181
R
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