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SAT I K DAY AITi:itMH, NOVl'MMm 8. 1919.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
NEWS OF MISHAWAKA
News-Times Office 120 Lincoln Way W. Phone Mishawaka 10
SUNDAY
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SERVICES HERE
Evangelistic Programs
Methodist and Christian
Churches.
3t I
Rev. Steven üyren Dxtr, known
jver the country as the. "Hack
KvaneelLst." will tho speaker Sun
day evening at the-First Christian
church, and will tell of his experi-
f ncea with false boHcfs. He is an
excellent talker, and a good attend
ance Is expected.
A novel and appropriate worship
Is to be held Sunday evening at the
Kmmanuel Baptist church commem
orating tho first anniversary of the
tlgrnlnff cf tho armistice. Ilev. I. It.
Call, pastor, will preach on "The
Fellowship of Nations." Tho entire
service, will bo devoted to celebrat
ing tho event.
Rev. Tt. Karle Parker, T. IX, pas
tor of the First Methodist Episcopal
church, will hold an evangelistic
meeting Utr.day evening and will de
liver a purely evangelistic sermon.
The dafl worship In the other
Protestant churches and the various
Catholic churches of tho city Is as
follows:
lTrst MethodM Episcopal.
Corner Third and Church Pts. ;
Kev. B. Earlo Parker, I). IX, pastor.
Sunday school at 9:43 a. m.; D. H.
"Wilbur, superintendent. Morning
xvorship at 11 o'clock: sermon. "Life
"Without Miracles;" music at service:
V ro 1 u d e, "Chorus of Angels"
(Clark); anthem, "Stabat Mater"
: (Rowlnl); offertory, solo, "I Sought
The, Lord" (Stevenson): postlude,
'Eplloguo" (Diggle). Epworth league
e.t 5:4i p. m.; Leah Bayes. leader.
Thia Is tho beginning of "Win My
Chum" week. Topic of tho evening,
The Original Win My Chum Cam
paign." Evening service at 7 o'clock ;
evangelistic sermon by pastor. Eve
ning music: Prelude, "Stacatto
Etude In U Flat" (O. B. Nevln); an
them, 'Rejoice, tho Lord Is King"
(Spencer); eolo, "Blest Are the Pure
In Heart" (Hahn): postlude, "Alle
gro Moderate in G" (Hosmcr).
First Christian.
Corner Spring and Lincoln way
West; Rev. G. W. Titus, pastor. Ei
bl school and adult class at 9:45.
Morning worship at 10:15; sermon
by pastor. Communion service at 11
o'clock; also Junior congregation.
Christian Endeavor at 6 p. m. and
evening worship at 7 o'clock. Rev.
Dexter will relate experiences with
false beliefs.
llrst IVobytcrian.
Corner of Union at. and Lincoln
way East: Rev. J. A. Burnett, D. IX,
pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a, m.
Mornship worship ut 10:45; sermon.
"Our Country's Debt to Christ." A
children's sermon, "Peace." Music
by MIsm Nina A. Gabel, organist.
Morning program: Irelude, "Har
monies Du Solr" (Karg-Klert); of
fertory. "Melody In I'" (Uubln-
Eteln); postlude, "Impromptu"
(Ituss); chorus, "Comes At Times a
fctlllnes.V (Clalbraith) ; eolo, Mrs. E.
I Wille s. "A Dream cf Paradise"
eeiray). livening ervico at 7 o'clock.
Iu?lcal: I'rcludo (Tours); "Even-
or.K" (Johnson): offertory, "Hymn
of Nir.s" (Lefcburewely) ; postlude,
'PilKTim'3 Chorus" ("Tannhauser"-
FOR RENT Small furnished apart
ment centrally located. To man
and wifo only. References. Phone
SS3. St2
FOR SALE Fivo acres and od
house, on pavement, J 3.500. Three
acres and bungalow, on interurbin
line. Seven-room house, $2.000. Four
home in heart ot city, all .modern,
reasonable price and liberal terms.
120-acre farm, will trade for city
property. J 100 stock In painyr
MIshawaka concern to trado lor lit
tle car. Ostrander, Photographer.
Advt. Stl
LOST Brown and white English
bull dog with long tall. Reward.
Return to 301 Lincoln way E. Phone
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1B SALB Nine-room i-.odern , deal eTClusIvelv in all Issue? and as-i
hou.se. Inquire B. Lincoln ur vou of the highest price. We
way. Mishawaka. Will .-Ii at s 10- 1 buy at New York market with all
n"ie Owner Waving e.ty. Tt'. tarned and accrued interest to'
- ; üate. Convince yourself by gettlr.?'
roil SAI.K- over: c.M.k !-"Vc , llUr pricPi Camp Thorno Co.. 1C3 N
and sn:a". 1. ating sto.e. C .:: ' e Miin ft- phone Main ICSI. Urs. 9-sti-n
at 4:7 V.'. I-.wxi., ,- .-: W..I to Saturday evenings. C247-tt
!! at i-arg..in. l7 '
. LIBL'BTV L'0d)S-Ve pay up o
rK SAi.i:--Two i---u..ti. v. i .vsl jij.oo cah for bonds; accrued In-,
l:g alo!- l.b'. t' n'i ü- . tt-ret allowed. War stai:ii bought.'
dition at b.ugaln if mot d o:..-e j C. L. Guthrie, 41'J J. M. S. Bids
llofl iL.iiu.u aka. 0 13 1 4:30 a. m. to S p. m. ?4ä0-:i
V.'.iirn'-r ; rhoru.-.. "My ID-avenly
Homo" (Proi-tor); duet, "In the Fall!
f tn" Year" (Jon-s), by Mrs. It. H.
.u-m :; ;m an 1 Mr.. c. M Weiihauser. .
I'lrvt i:nc!Nli Lutheran.
VrnT of S M.-i'n and Xf-vnnth I
J Sunday school ;U D:30 a. m. Wor
ship at Z:?, p. m. Ilev. A. II. Keck,
of South Rend, will deliver the -r-n
on. A sr-ial metlnir of tho r.n-
grecration is called immediately after
s'tvic". important business is
to 1. l!seu.."Ml and all members ar
r-qustd to be present.
St. Paul's i:plvxpal.
10 Line., in way East: Rev. L. C.
Roers
rector. Holy Eurhariht at;
: 3 J a. ru. Sunday school at 9:4.
a. m. Holy Eucharist and nrmon
it 1 1 o'clock. S'-rvice and K-rmon
at 7 p. m. Regular Sunday evening
services will be held hereafter.
Emmanuel Baptist.
Corner of Ann and drove sts.;
Rv. L. R. Call, pastor. Sunday
srhool at 9:45 a. m. Morning serv
lee at 11 o'clock; serrion. 'The Un
changing Christ." Special patriotic
service In the evening at 7 o'clock;
sermon. "Fellowship of Nations."
International Bible1 Claxs.
Maccabee. Hall, third floor of
First National bank building. Meet
ing at 2:30 p. m.; subject. "New Cre
ation. 3:4" p. m., study; Rev. 1.
All earnest students of the Bible In
vited to .study with us.
St. Peter's Lutheran.
E. Fourth St.; Rev. Otto Turk,
pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Morning worship nt 10:30 a. m. Eve
ning services at 7:30 o'clock.
Euincollml Church.
Elizabeth and Grove sts.: Rev. D.
I). Spanpler, pastor. Sunday school
at 9:45 a. m.; N. Q. O'Blenis, supt.
Morning service at 11 o'clock. Y. P.
A. at C p. m. Evening service at 7
o'clock.
St. Andrew's Evangelical.
W. Third St.; Rev. M. Goffeney.
pastor. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m.
Morning worship at 8 o'clock. The
sermon will be in English.
First Baptist.
Corner of N. Main and E. Law
rence sts.; Rev. Floyd Johnston, pas
tor. Sunday school at H:4; a.
In-1
Morning worship at 11 o'clock. B
V. P. F. will meet at 6:45. Evening
service at 7:30 o'clock.
St. Joseph Catholic
Corner Mill and Third sts.: Rev.
Dean L. A. Hoench, pastor; Rev. J.
A. Suelzer, assistant.
First mass at 7:30 o'clock; chil
dren's mass at 9 o'clock; high mass
at 10:30 o'clock. Closing of Forty
Hours devotion Sunday evening at
7:30 o'clock.
St. Bavo's Catholic.
Corner of West and Seventh sts.;
Rev. A. Schokaert, pastor.
First mass at 7:30 a. m.; high
mass at 10 o'clock. Baptisms at 1
p. m.; vespers and devotions at 3
p. m.
St. Monica's Catholic.
W. Grove st.; Rev. Fr. J. H. Kohl,
pastor; Rev. Thomas Dillon, assist
ant. First mass nt 7:30 a. m.; second
mass at 9, and high mass at 10:30
a. m.
St. Michael's Greek Catholic.
St. Michael's Russian Hungarian
Greek Catholic church. E. Ltwrenee
St.; Rev. II. Kaehmarsky, rector.
Matins at 7:30 a, in. High mass at
9 a. m. Vespers at 3 p. m. Vespers
on Saturday at S p. m.
Mennonlte Brethren.
Mennonlt Urethren in Christ
church, corner Locust and Rattell
sts.. Rev. David Hoffman, pastor.
Sabbath school at 10 a. m. Morning
prearhlnt? at 1 t o'clmk. livening
FOR SALE Seven drawer Wheeler
Wilson sewing machine for $35.00.
Call Mishawaka 1873. Stl
FOR SALE Two seven-room houses
.
on W. Third st one donblo hmisr
i.in.nin u,v vvt M
F. C.
1419.
Klein, phone Lincoln 237 an'.:1'4, u"1 ,,:,, ,
. . jcf honor at a delightfully informal
! banquet in tne noiei .uisnawaK-i iasi
FOR SALE-EUht-room house with evenin- Twelve of his most Intl
bath. located one block off Main : ate fiends acted the part of hosts.
, , . .... I The menu was elaborate, while the
Marion
for 2.0 00.
Insurance Dept.,
Xn-th
Sale Trust it Savings bank.
LOST Airc-l.il.' pup.
aid Borley, No. 59.
Phone Don
Reward. 4 tf
.
FOR SALE Oil EXCHANGE S3-
acre farm, seven miles northwest;
of Mish twaku. Uno.l buildings. J?0i
per acre. Achi'.le Coljacrt, phone
Mishawaka 1 1 T 1. -it 3
WANTED Chambermaids and l:n-
; en room fcir's at once at the
I Mishawaka Mishawaka, lad.
Hotel
8t0
WANTKD Chambermaids and lin-;
n room girls at once at the Hotel :
Mishawaka. Mishawaka. Ir.J. Cln ,
W.NTi:i To b'.iv a few houses.
j raiding from Jl.OO to Jv..0OJ.:
' Will pay i ash. C.ive fall descrip-i
! ti"U and lowest cash price. Price
.7 I must l e .right. Address C. D., The
- ! Neu s-Tirnes. 6t3
LIBF.BTV BONDS You will M,
i nurpri.-ed at difference In pricj
' ofiered for government bonds. We
worship at 7:3 o'clock.
Stevrn.sMU-.ion.
Stevens Mission, old huso hous" !
on W. Mishawaka av.
Austin, pastor. Service
Rev. Otis
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A.wmMy f Hh.
Assembly 0f c.od. 223 N. Main st
j Sunday wrhool at 9:45 a. m. Preach
ing at iu:4j a. m.
l'ree Methodist.
Freo Methodist, corner of (Trove ;
and Cnestnut sts.; Ilev. E. N. Foulk, !
pastor. Sur.day school at 9:30 a. m.
Mrs. Orpha McDuffey, superintend-
ent. Mornintr worship at 11 o'clock.
Prais service at G:45 and preaching i
at 7:4".
Saltation Army.
Salvation Army, E. First St.. En
sign O. A Schnarr in charge. Meet,
ing every night except Monday. Sun
day school at 2:30 p. m.
BAZAR WILL
CLOSE TÜG
At St. Monica's Hall Annual
Event in Connection With
Local Parish.
Tonight will mark the close of the
St. Monica's bazar which is being
held in St- Monica's hall. It Is ex
pected that an immense crowd will
attend the closing night. The bazar
opened last Monday night and ha.
been well attended throughout the
v--i. a in ye;ii a enieniiinmeni im i
ben a very successful one. Rev. Fr.
John F. Kohl, the pastor, was the
chairman of the committee In
charge. Others on the committee are
Rev. Fr. Edward Dllllon, secretary:
Charles Disch, treasurer; Joseph
Klelser, floor manager; Ben Krush
anskl, fortune wheel.
Various booths In charge of mem
bers of the congregation arc placed
In the hall which has been prettily
decorated.
Those in charge of the booths are
as follows:
Fancy work Miss Margaret Goel
ler. Miss Agnes and Miss Monica
Dos mann.
Candy booth Miss Mary Michels,
Miss Elizabeth Gooley.
Soft drinks Robert Gooley and
M. A. Grime.
Post office Stephen Landgraff
and Limiel Kline
Children's booth Children of the
parish.
Aprons Mrs. J. Sohcibelhut and
Mrs. Charles C.eir.
Misbawaka's biggest musical treat
University of Notre Dame Glee
club concert, Tuesday evening, Nov.
25
Advt.-lt7
ENTERTAIN AT SHOWER
COMPLIMENTING BRIDE
Miss Mildred Herzog. 32 4 Lin
coln way W., entertained at a mis
cellaneous shower at her home last
evening. The affair was compllmen-.
tary to Miss Marie Kronewitter who!
will he married to William IT.
Hoerstmann In the near future. The
house was prettily decorated, the
color scheme being yellow and
white.
Contests were enjoyed and fav
ors were awarded to Miss Wilma
Wolf, first; Miss Rosalie Klaer, sec
ond; Miss Louise Stoeeklein. first:
Miss Anna Hums, second, and Miss
Klaer. consolation. The bride-elect
was the recipient of a number of
gifts.
A delicious luncheon was served
by the hostess.
D. J. CAMPBELL GUEST
AT INFORMAL BANQUET
Duncan J. Campbell, vice presi
dent of the Dodg Sales Co., who has
Jjust returned from an extended busl-
. Hess trip to Europe In the Interests
" ! . . V, T y f f C n IS Vit Illot
spirit of good fellowship evident
bore eloquent testimony to the high
standing of Mr. Campbell in the
community. There were no speeches,
but the wealth of stories told fully
I compensated lor tr.e omission.
Notre Dame Glee
15i:.'s best musical
eveninc. Nov. 2ä.
club
event.
concert
Tuesday
Advt.-HT
j
.ROME LOVE AT TEMPLE SUN
, D.W.
"The Westerners" is showing for J Prensa, a local Mexican newspaper.
State Board of Accounts
Issues Report for Year
More than JIOT'OO over and
above all expenses was recovered by
the state board of accounts as given
in an annual report furnished
through the local examiners by
state Kxaminer Jesse h Kschbach
for the fiscal year ending Sept.
lil?.
In addition to the above amount
tbre was pending at that time for
adjustment charges that amounted
to ever $220.001.
The total charge against all cf
?'. rs during the year .'.. giv-n in
tiie report amounted to $ 7 2 . . 0 0 0 .
I"" Id e;tiiiinrs ;t the tin l' of mak
ing exau.inatior.s recovered $D0.0.
'i lie amount ta;d to municipalities
: the last time today at the Temple
theater. Tomorrow IVssi Love will
. be fvn in "Ovrr the Gar. Ion Wall."
Th story is lipht. as is tho caso with
Ibssie Love stories, hut the material
has been presented in a pleasing ant
cheerful fashion and has been aided
; by touf he.s of comedy and some very
I autiful suburban locations. Th
work of Miss Love is up to her usual
standard and sho receives pood sup-
Pf,"t from Alltn Forrest. Myrtle
Items, Jay Morley. I'd ward Hcarn
land Trumen Van Dyke.
M FITTING I'OSTPOXJ'D.
I Owing to the lack of a quorum
Ith meeting of the Mishawaka chap.
ter of the Red Cross which was
scheduled for last niht. and at
which a chairman was to have been
appointed, was postponed,
FIRE AT BEIC.EU SCHOOL.
Tho Central fire department was
called to the Reitrer school Satur
day morning at 5:45 o'clock. The
janitor threw some ashes against
the door of the coal bin and the coal
aught alire- The damage was about
510.
Edgewater Floral pi.
work. Phone 13 or 751.
for funeral
Adv. 5tl
NO SUNDAY SCHOOL.
On account of the tire at the
Beiger school this morning there
will be no Sunday school Sunday.
Camllle De Mculenaere wishes to
announce to the people of Misha
wak.v the opening of his new gro
cery and meat market at 4 27 W. Sev
enth st, Advt. 7t?.
Bigger, Better, Brimful of smash
ing hits Notre Dame Glee club con
cert, Tuesday evening, Nov. 2 3.
Advt.-lt7
Dr. II. W. Reynolds. dentist
MIshawaka Trust & Savings Bldg.
Phone 104 S. Advu
Notre Dame's Varsity Glee club
bers Some snappy program. Tues
day evening, Nov. 23. Advt-117
Phone 13 for flowers from Edge
water Floral pi. Adv. 5t4
Dr. Tom Dugdale, 115 1-2 Lincoln
Wav East. Phone 17 9 Advt-tf
Cleveland's "Mail
Lover" Lands In
Jail After Orgy
CLEVELAND. Ohio, Nov. S.
Cleveland's "mail lover" found him
self in jail Friday after an orgy of
love making to local society women,
covering a period of three years.
A pretty young woman, wearing a
retl rose and acting as agent for
the department of justice, lured the.
wooer to a rendezvous, where sev
eral ofllcers laid ungentle hands
upon him as he appeared on the
scene- Federal officials are with
holding his name.
Search of his room in a fashion
able part of the city disclosed an
album filled with pictures and
names and addresses of society
women clipped from local newspa
pers. Local authorities had been
hunting for the "love letter" author
for three years.
The Horoscope
SUNDAY A VI) MONDAY,
Nov. n-io.
Sunday's activities should be con
centrated on spiritual or mystical
subjects or on psychical research or
to higher artistic or literary pur
suits, as other matters are not aus
piciously aspected. Also the health
may need careful attention.
Those whose birthday It Is should
care for the health and keep quiet.
A child born on this day may not be
successful financially.
Monday's horoscope points to
changes of an important nature
which should result In financial ad
vantage, provided speculation, lend
ing money or going on security be
avoided. There are extremely
'hazardous. Likewise there is danger
from rash, hasty and impetuous con
duct, which may lead to quarrels
and litigation.
Those whose birthday it Is are
promised a successful and prosper
ous year if they avoid lending mon
ey, speculation and going security.
A child born on this day will be pen
erous. proud and original, but per
haps rih and extravagant.
CABK.WA'S WIFE DIES.
SAN ANTONIO, Texas. Nov. S.
Mrs. Carranza, wife of Pres't Car
rar.za, of Mexico, died In Mexico
City. Wednesday, according to in
formation received from its special
correspondent in Mexico City by La
was $ 7 rt . 0 0 . amount paid to the de
partment $7. 000 and that paid to the
attorney general C,TG0.
The total recoveries for th year
amounted to JCTC, 504.1: while the
total expenses amounted to $16?.
6S5.0S, leaving recoveries over and
above expenses of $103.S16.04.
Thetexper.s: s of the board consist
ed of sa'ary of examiner and depu
ties of $10.000; office help and gen
eral expenses. $17,515.17; per diem
of field examine r-, Z 14 0.0 53.0 0 and
railroad fares. $2.217. 31.
Mr. Kschbacli began his duties a
state examiner June l and since that
time reeov-ri-- tv r and above the
xpensos t-re approximately $3S,-
fifty-two my
CLA MTU LGWRY
EUTIOHS
D,
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Claimants Hail from .18 States
and the Dominion of
Canada.
Special t- Tli Nwp-Tl!n3 :
GOSHEN, Ind., Nov. 7. Up to
this time "j2 persons, representing
18 states and the Dominion of Can-
it da. have filed statements in anion the important point of whether
effort to prove they were related to
Alfred Lowry, former mayor of
Ooshen. who died without a will or
known legal heirs, leaving a $75,000
estate, which, it is believed, will go
to the common school fund of In
diana. The last claimant 13 Mrs. J. B.
White, of E. Main st., Bushneil. 111.,
who Insists she is Mr. Iowry's niece.
"He was my mother's brother," she
declares-
Several claims have been filed
against the Lowry estate in the cir
cuit court here. Mrs. John Rieth,
an aged resident of Goshen, has two
claims aggregating $300. They are
notes given her by Mr. Lowry, who
borrowed her money. Several law
yers have filed claims, explaining
they were not paid for legal advice
they gave the deceased.
Pack Safety Boxes.
Two safety deposit boxes at the
Elkhart County Trust company held
by Mr. Lowry, were literally packed
with personal correspondence of no
value whatever, much of It dating
back to the sixties, seventies and
eighties. The boxes silso contained
taS taken from wearing apparel
bought by Mr. Lowry more than 40
years ago. From the Lowry olllc
in the Spohn building nearly 2,000
pounds of Chicago newspapers and
farm periodicals, two bushel baskets
filled wdth rubbers, a dozen pairs
of shoes and a big collection of
memorandum books gathered in
various parts of the country were
taken, but no trace of a will could
be found. Mr. Lowry carried ex
tensive memoranda for the purpose
of making a will, among which were
notations showing that he contem
plated endowing Mishawaka or
phanage. Ho visited a law office no
less than 20 times for the purpose
of executing his will, but always de
layed final action.
Mr. Lowry came here an orphan
in 1S61. There Is a record going to
show that he was probably born In
Ireland or on the Atlantic ocean
Abandoned by his parents, he was
placed in the Clinton Hall orphan
age; Astor Place, Broadway and
Bowery; New York city. If he ever
had any brothers and sisters he
knew nothing of them.
VICE PRESIDENT TALKS
BEFORE CONFERENCE
WASHINGTON, Nov. . Vice
Pres't Marshall visited the Interna
tional labor conference late Friday,
making a short address and fhaking
bands with the delegates. The visit
came as a surprise at a moment
when the labor conference delegates
were putting forward amendments
to the convention on hours of work.
Announcing that he spoke for no- j
body but himself, the vice president j
told the delegates that he oecuptea
"the most, unique position of any of
ficial on ime face of the globe" for
the reason that "I am without pow
er or' authority or influence."
Mr. Marshall stated that he did not i
know enough about the problems be- !
fore the conference to discus.-) them j
intelligently. j
"I have troubles enough of my j
own," he said, adding amid laugh- !
ter and applause, T preside over the !
senate of the Enited States." j
"But I do have some idea as to
how the many wrongs which exist In j
the relations of capital and labor are j
to be solved," he said, "and I can- ;
t
not help saying this to you: 'For ;
God's sake, get at the solution of;
these problems in a spirit of amity j
and concord and friendship and j
common human sympathy'"
sobdii:bs sikh)t mkxicans.. ;
JUAUEZ. -Mexico. Nov. In-i
censed because they were refused ;
Jiquor and money, three American
soldiers .shot Juan Orantia and his ;
son, Concepcion, here Thursday, ac- J
cording to announcement made or. '
l'riday night by the local police :
The Mexicans will recover. Ameri-'
can military and consular authori- j
ties decline to comment on the af-!
fair. !
I
ay at
"THE '
Don't fail to see this mos thrilling western picture. It has been pronounced by those of our
patrons who have been fortunate enough to see it yesterday, one of the best pictures ever
shown in Mishawaka. Don't miss it. Also an Ambrose comedy.
ADMISSION 22c, 17c. 11c and 6c.
Bessie Love
A lightly refreshing romance that will send you away smiling and happy. The work of Bes
sie Love is pleasing and receives good support from a well selected cast.
Also "STOP, LOOK, LISTEN," an excellent Christie comedy.
USUAL ADMISSION. Music directed by PROF. VAN AIKEN
Will Rely on Un written
Law to Clear Two People
MARTSVILLE. Cab, Nov. . The
vr.writt
right t(
en law that a man h..s th
to av nge the honor of his ;
sister, will be re'.ied upon to clear
Frank A. McCormick and Mrs. Fred j
J. Wilson of the charge that thy I
murdered Charh s A. Brown. our.g !
stockman.
Thirf was made plain Fridiy fol
I
lowing tlie inquest. Thn coroner's
jury found that Brown came to his
death from gunshot wounds Int'.icted
bv "the hand or hands of Mrs. Fred
J. Wilson ur.l F. A. McConni.-k."
Two versions of the killing were ;
give-n, one by Arvin Ward, employe
cf Brown and the other by Wesley
Potts. These eye witnes-.-s differ,!
RETAIL PRICES
OP FOOD DROP
Government Report Says Indi
ana Quotations Have Not
Yet Reached Crest.
BV LOFIS LFBLOW.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. S.
Food prices in Indiana hive not
yet reached the crest, according to
investigations conducted by the
Enited States bureau of labor statis
tics. According to a table just made
public by the bureau there was a de
crease of one per cent in the retail
cost of 2 2 food articles, combine. 1,
in Indianapolis, in August, 1919, as
compared with the cost of the same
articles in July, 1919.
Family Expenditures.
The average family expenditures
of the 22 food articles In Indianapo
lies during August this year, was
at the rate of -'6G9.4 6 per annum, as
against an expenditure for the same
articles during July at the rate of
$665.17 per annum-
The 2 2 articles of food included
in making up this tabulation are
sirloin steak, round steak, rib roast,
chuck roast, plate beef, pork chops,
bacon, ham, lard, liens, flour, corn
meal, eggs, butter, milk, bread, po
tatoes, sugar, cheese, rice, coffee and
tea.
CHARGE PHYSICIAN
WITH MANSLAUGHTER
LAFAYETE, Ind., Nov. S. Dr.
Charles J. Brockway, a prominent
physician here, was arrested Friday
on- an affidavit filed in the circuit i
court by Captain of Police A. G.
Evcrsolc, charging him with invol
untary manslaughter. The affidavit
alleges that an assault committed
by Dr. Brockway on his wife.
Esther Brockway, on Sept. 5, result
ed in her death oa Oct. 21. Brock
way was released on a $5.000 bond.
Soon after the assault was commit
ted Dr. Broekway's resignation from
the Tippecanoe County Medical as
sociation was unanimously accepted.
Attention
Painters
Don't complain of high prices
if you don't buy where you can
buy the cheapest.
Pure Boiled Unseed Oil. $2.2;
per gal.
Carter's White Lead. $13.23 per
100 lbs.
Carter's White Lead. $11.00 per
'On lbs.
Hot Water Test Varnish. $4.00
per gal.
MMinwaka phone IROn
wtst i:i) wall iwbitb axp
PAINT STOBi:.
1002 W. Fourth St.
DR. J. B. HiGGINS
113 E. Third St.
Physician and Surgeon.
Specialty in Diseases
of the Chest.
Phone Mishawaka 143.
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TOMORROW
in "Over the Garden Wall
'Frown had a g-;n. Wird d'-e.ar-i
r.e did not. Pott s.i!d h- d.d.
- ward said .Mr, ormi'v; wer.t
Brown's eabin and ar.'j'M with (
llrown. declaring Trown h id - n
with Mrs. Florence Howard. Mi--;
Cormick's younger sister. tb. Tiitrht ,
( before
"McCormick ret imed to
cabin later." Ward testified, "and
called Brown a vi.e r.arie. siyir'r
I'll kill you' and grabbed Brown I y
the throat, starting to choke him.
Mr.
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w hc:n
t :.
killing centers, said she was in Ore-
ville wh"n th killing occurred.
s: -
refused t" answer Cnroncr J. K. Kel-
i ly when he aked her "Do you l:now
what led to the shooting?''
Good
Neighbors
Passing
By
From our door
way, we can touch
on the arm good
neighbors who pass
by, carrying money
and valuable checks
through busy streets
to disant banks.
WHY when we
are so close at hand,
so ready to give cor
dial, efficient serv
ice? It is easier, more
convenient and far
safer to do your
banking close at
home.
St. Joseph Loan
&Trust Company
"A Commercial And
Savings Bank."
Where Washington
Crosses Main.
See
ieleester
In the New Store,
423 W. SEVENTH ST.
All Kinds of Dry Goods
antf Shoes at Fair Prices.
Come In and See.
Are you a goOl guesser
Do
you liue 10 L'"C!-s ; iuo juu
would enjfy oing to the .Mish
awaka Bok Sh'p this week and
uj-sip.g what all tlds gi-sing
is alxMit. Tlio N -t gi i over will
be gtad of th- gueing. Ounc
In and giies-.
Don't Forget
"KEISER'S ELECTRIC
SHOE SHOP."
110 N. Main St.. MisliatvaVa.
For Ail Kinds r.f Fhoe iu-;.airlr.z
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