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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
tvrrrsTSTvvr morning, FiTTMnrn 1. 1 r t i r i r r 2 . NEWS OF MISHAWAKA News-Times Office 120 Lincoln Way W. Phone Mishawaka 10 K. WARMERS WEDS MISS VAN HOLSBECK Cerrinonv Performed at St. üavo'e Catholic Church Tuc?dav Morninp. LAD TURKS IN FALSE ALARM LANDS LS POLICE STATION r.i'h.ird Warr.i r ar.d M!s B rtha Van Ho'sbcek. wrc married at St. ivu's Catholic durch. Tuesday rimming at o'clock ly Flev. A. h' h ) ik.ic rt. The bride was attr nd d 1 Mis H rtha Pvt. iert while Omnr M.sfatrh aeted as the t -s t man. Thf ((rt moity uns performed in the prcn (nrc of a large nurnlr of relativ Ip.'l friends. Folio'. ii -T th c renmny a wedding reception wa ghen at the homo of the bride'i mother. Mr. Theresa ar. HnNberk. W. Ninth st. A dinner van served at noon. Th I r h.it Jirii rmjiloyril at thf Mlhtwaka Woolen Manufactur ing company and a.is the recipient of : number of pretty irifts at i fi.nwfr given by tr- girls. The firoom is a world war veteran havimr aerved Mr. an! Mr. Warnlers will rcsM? in Mishawaka. Carl Kowe, corner of W.lls anJ Fixth sts.. n.n taken to the local poli e station and verely aJnion ivhed by Chiff of folic V. J. Pfän der aftir he had turned in a fal'-e alarm at Smith and Fourth cabins the central fire department to make thf; run. Owing to the fart tthat the youth was but 11 years old he was released but warning has b-.-n glv-n that hereafter penplr g-Jilty of imll.tr misdemeanor will be arrested. KAPPA TAU CHI BASKET BALL TEAM DRIVES HEW FORD OVER EMBANKMENT Mrs. Catherine Myers Injured and Machine Demolished. Organized With Arthur Hunt As Captain Club Holds Initial Meeting. MAKES SENSATIONAL FLIGHTS AT BATTLE CREEK ON SUNDAY MVTMItTAlNS AT IH NN I lit. Mrs. George Shorkley of Wyay. Ind.. u.- hoites Monday to t.O quests at dinner on the occasion of her Huh birthday anrm rs-a ry. Fol lowing iir1 th Mishaw aka penplt v.-ho attended the dinner; Mr. and Mrs. Norman P.ushman. Mr. and Mr. John Bushman. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hoover. Mr. and Mrs. I,. IJurkett. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kling. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kline. Mr. and Mrs. T. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. II. ?Hhroj. Victor A. Mrunner has returned from Battle Creek, Mich., where he rr.ade two sensational balloon flights at Liberty park. Sunday n'ternoon and evening. Mrunner as accom panied on his flight ly his baby mountain lion which descended from the b ilb'oo by aid of parachute. At night the balloon was illuminated with fireworks. These lights were witnessed by thousands of peopl-j uho attend d the Sunday c elebration at Lüh rty park. Mr. P.runner and his wife will lfae Thursday for Louisville. Ky.. where he will make ascensions on Sunday and Monday. LIQUOR CASES SET FOR HEARING IN CITY COURT ON SEPT. 22 ninTirnw sritpnisi:. MiH Fannie Fa ilkenberp. f'hort t , was pleasantly surprised Tu . "day evening, by 1. of her friends or the cc.sion of her birth day anniveryary. Game and music v.-ere features of the evening. I'e- frehments were served. sn:t IAL Michigan No. 1 new potatoes 7,0c a peck, $1.35 per bushel. Delivery l everv bashel and up. Mlsha- 'vak.i Fruit Market. Phone Misha vaka 4P6. Advt.31t2 TO KNTF.ItTAIN SOCII-JTY. lirr. Arthur Meade will be hostess Thursday afternoon to the members of the Tamarack ladies' aid society. The cases of the State s. Harry Jont.. H. H. Carey and Henry Ilim schoot. w ho were am sled In the raid made by the federal oMUers. last Friday night, wer- set for . trial on Sept. 12. 1y Special City Judge J. W. Schindl r Tuesday morning. Atty. J. I 'red Tüngham is appearing lor Jon'.: and Hirns hoot. Atty. Ccoikc Crane of South P.end is defending Mr. Carey. to ii.wi. ali.i;i) Mi:irriNG. A called meeting of the fleneral t int (f the Mishawaka Woman's club v.ill be held Wednesday evening at 7:. 10 o'clock. All members are re quest. i to attend. This will be in nature of a brief business meeting. a i:sTs at wr.im iiomi:. Mr. and Mrs. KdKar Stanbury nf Holcomb. 111., are th- quests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Webb, 217 S. Snrim: st. Arthur Hunt was chosen captain and Kdward Stieav.tter manager of the Kappa Tuu Chi fraternity basket-ball team, which was organized at a meeting rf the club rdd Tues day night. Hunt is a former Mish awaka High school man. having been tne captain of the M. H. S. teams of '! .-.nd '17. Mr. Stlevavater has been manager of several good university teams In Wisconsin. Uther mem bers of the team arc James H. Holes John Itoper. Itoy Kohler and Harold Ayres. all former M. H. S. basket ball stars. A number of university men will also become members of the team, which promises to be one of the best In the stiite. The Kappa Tau Chi club has re cently been organized and now has a membership of 2o. They have a suite of club rooms located above the rilnjan store. These puartors have been all redecorated and fitted up and arc the most up-to-date club rooms in the city. The club had planned to gi e a dance at the Hotel Mishawaka about Sept. 1. but this affair has been postponed until a later date. An orchestra fron either Louis--;; ie or Chicago will furnish music for the dance. Tuesday's meeting vcas the initial business meeting and hereafter the organization will meet every Tues day. Fraternity pins and colors will be selected within the next few-weeks. Five people narrowly escape! drath late Tuesday afternoon when the Ford car in which they wr re rid ing lunged over a 25 foot embank ment at the end of Division t. and crashed into the garage of the Kub ber Regenerating Co. The occupants of the car who escaped with only slight cuts and bruises are: Nina and Lucille Myers and Harold and Iluth Able. Mrs. Catherine Myrrs, who wf driÄng the car at the time of the accident, ustained. a badly brui?ed knee and bruises about the body. She was taken to the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. William An gersrtein who reside near the scene of the smashup. Mrs. Myers and the four other occupants of the car reside seven miles north of Mishrtwaka and were coming to th home of Mr?. Myers parents. 5K, Division st. As they neared the residence Mrs. Myers at tempted to stop the car but instead of stepping on the brake sh press ed the low gear lever and the car lunged over the bank. Th Ford car had been recently j-urchased by the Myers family and Mrs. Myers was Just learning to drive. The car was completely wrecked and the garage badly dam-aged. Additional Sport News RUTH-LESS YANKEES , LOSE TO BROlf XS 3-21 PHILS SLAM ALEX AND BLANK CHICAGO 3-0 O. A. NFW YORK. Aug. 31. St. Luis defeated Now York 3 to J Tuesday. Score: .st. I,mi Is . A P. U Gerber, ss 4 Ccdeon. lb 5 0 fcf tler. lb 3 0 Jacobson, cf . . . 4 1 William. If ... 4 0 Smith. 3b 4 0 Tobin. rf 2 0 i Sever-id. c . . . . 3 1 Da is. p 1 1 II. U 2 . 6 u 4 ) 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 0:0 0 0 1 1 0 -1 Totals N. Y'irk Peckinpaugh, s Pi PP. lb Meusel, rf .... Prat.. 11 , Lewis, !f Fewster , Vic!;. If Dodie. cf Wadr, 3b Uuel. c Collin?. P ShaWkev, p ... "Gleich , Qu Inn, p 30 AH . 4 3 4 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 t 1 u 0 0 0 0 M 0 0 I) 0 0 1 6 2" H. O. 1 1 1 10 1 : 1: 3 j 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 A. 4 1 0 1 5 (i 11 o 0 0 c 0 ft I 0 0 0 CHICAGO, Aug. 31. Chicago was unable to do anything to Meadows Tuesday, while Philadelphia hit Alexander opportunely and won the final game of the scries. 3 to 0. Score: I'lillad'a AR. R. H. O. A. Paulette. lb 4 0 0 15 0 Rawlings. 3b . . 3 0 1 3 5 Williams, cf . . . 4 u 0 1 0 Leusel, rf 4 0 0 1 0 Fletcher, si . . . . 4 0 3 3 3 Lebourveau. If . 4 3 3 3 0 R. Miller. 3b .. 3 1 1 1 Wheat, c 4 0 1 1 3 Meadows, p 4 0 0 0 0 Phone 197 COAT S' Funeral Home Funeral Directing and Embalming Third and Race Sts, 34 3 .Ui. R. 4 0 3 0 27 "Mishawaka Classified ANNOUNCEMEiNTS Loot nJ Found 1 Jmm; 11KINIH.K lU'LL Ami t;i found owner nny have um by pac ing fr hI huI ph-tilnK Mlsbaw.ika i".4) niter fl p. in. AUTOMOBILES Automobiles for Sale 11 in'oMUlttl.L-ror e.Hle. five paenenger automobile, all orertiiulcd. New pis tons, uew rings, cylinders all re jrroiin.t: ) Under, n r tire- In '.v.iv west BUSINESS SERVICE Ulne Service Offered IK ! WASIIIMJS To do at üouje. Call Miiu-. n w.i La EMPLOYMENT Help W 'iiitml Male 33 n A I 11. U Apply ii. person. Kss Lunch room. 10." I.t'noln w:iy WYsr. 1-I KÜMAN Lxperieiu ed. i;mi1 a ;i. s. j Apply Nntlonal Veiu-er rrojl ih ts !. j Tul .mTuV11 i; L P K K N' auTnlTf 'ui iTTlTy . lit-'.pers. ma. blue inoubh rs. tinurs and j yarl m-n fT steady euipUy incut. Ap- j ply employ nif in :ep.iru;uiii. uouse Mtc. (n Mi na aka. ma. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE I IO. MKS a sr urn i sr. A BKAUTliTL UOML, SIX liiiOMS AM PATH. NEW PAINT AND I'AI'KK, SOMi; MiW PLl'.MH IN(S AM HOT WATLK IlKATI.Mt SVSTKM. ifUAPK AUPOU, PICA It AND Oir.KKY TUEKS HOT II UKARlMi, FINE I.uT. THIS IDEAL HOME CAN Pi: IT IM'ILVSED I'D It M.31M. ?tQ DOWN. I ' A LANCE YOU HAVE 10 E.KS IN WHICH T( PAY. MANY OTIIEK HO.MLS. ALL PKK'ES. I'E NN REALTY CO. S. MAIN. PIlONi:, MISHAWAKA -'10. MIDI I.i:-A;KD MAN ler farm work.. Appl In perpon. i;o?n Luiuii rom. I lid Lin, olu way Wft. jn.CO.M t'ooK Apply lu perptm. Kosa I.nnrh Itnom, MlI..ivak:i. UHp Mal or Female 31 j At loK HELP Wanted, men nml wen.ea for f ictory w-orL of nil Lind. iiocl .ntf9 Meady ticploj inent. ilst.auaLa Woolen Mf. Co. (Pall- P.TI.l.) lrnrMrmntis Stcnko. lVnds 3 't HAULS Kor nal- li: t!. (. I . (ii.u.t P itterv ;', at il.irv. Er parti ul.irs ru" i H Pall. 11 Misn st . Hani ir.i;!il. Ir.d. LIVE STOCK HniN'S. Cattle. Vehicles IS M i i.i.l; Pi iii V wood H9 Tw. P.ir- rfiin If toll at on.-e. Cyriel Pokhart. :. R. No. 1. MUhauaka. H. lr.T. j l 1 Dl. PAKE K üaeou an.l hariiej?. Us-I fix cjonths; nrst--lasi condition. '1 rrry raonatde. Injulre u. K. Kr'ilt Stör. , MERCHANDISE Household (;kh1.h KOI.!. TOP DESK 41 in Jj f-.r sale. N 1 Purntns cook etor. l.ire z cooking uteri jiiis. (. Li.n cl.i, t. nalunt writing lrL an 1 Noekoajie. ROOMS AND BOARD Hoonii Without Ilcianl AKAII !".. l-l' riirc.i-:., -1 r.Hun alt aMc f r l.i-lv er pcp.t.'. ::i it;. Ph(.-;e ' ' a "i k . ''" Wanted Rooms. P anl 73 uTTl 1.kEEPP1NU RuoMs Wanted. lAi furnt-t.ed er p.irtly f -jmUlid ro.n for V-zA ?.?-z. Prtftr .utl. in dtstrl-t. M. . II, Newa- Tiii?. RE.-L ESTATE FOR SALE 1 arms and Iiml lor ale 83 O'J' r.aie .1 a-re zattx near v 11 nni ail under ultlsafin: ijood I '. iMir.Ss. Will trad.- f'r a home In Klr l'ark or Mifaakj A'Jarc I' H. L. care Newa-TImes TTtMi "dia ii: i-osLVMt)N '!. r....r-i I.nti..' - Mo lern T complete l-atli rMna. Laundry iul" In la. mcnt -r jirage. 1'rKe $:L'"0. Surk Ke.iJtv ('.,. AlEJ'.KIElKI.D AV Modern cl.'M ro..m L 'in"'. ir- pla.r, larje rr.t Läse. Klirnt urid.-r i led. L. .!.? Prlcv I'O fttkvxk Ktralt Co. lMMi:DlAli: POSSESSION Seven rooms all modern and five rooms near ly modern, both newly piduted, good lot. within to Mckn of cnter, rent fur u" per month. Part cash; terms on halai.te. Priv Maxell L. Petro. Iluuais G T, Engiedrum HMg. Mishawaka .".TO. MifH't-l will take a l7KTTili7fty pond as down payment u u nine room lnmo at oru-r of Cliryr.tyan and Battel!, nt par. Price if home, f3.7;. Penn healtv Jo.. 2o S Main. Phon'. Mishawaka '2U COEP.ÜTÜT 1 CEALTi CÖ1 :pokatk N Offrrs fr a!e a lietdrald- Hut of prop'rtis. itiiat'tl in esery part f Mixhawaka Mst f the.so hnuei has been innplct ly ronoI-led, anl are now in tirst class -oudltiii, ready for ' -vupun y Any of thes liusfs can le bought wlt!i a ?mall payment rash, bal au.ee ULe rent. NO K TH SIDE. A vacant i'iie-story ' room houe. pa. el"(tric lipht. k'arag;. large lot, North DUlidell htrtet. A vacant i room house, ffas. fleet rh? iiKhts. lty w.itcr, mid htol In house. Iwrth Elm atrevt. A i.e.intiful rv.om hotiü. ens. :-trh- lights ai.si city water, East Grove ptrert. now vacant. A 7 ro..i.i house. North El! strret, gas, electric ük'ht A t; room houe, par-ly modern, E.ift Mishawaka ave. SOP'lil K'DE. An attra-'tlve 3 room hoie. East Ninth street, pas. electric lights, city water und stool in hoiif. A nen- room stuvo houso on East Thirteenth street, paa electric llglits and furnace. EAST END. A vacant r.oni houe. not mexlern. East Thlrl ftr't. A vacant r'm house, rartly mod ern. East Third street. A n en!nt and attractive 7 room h on 50. Ent Third street, ca". elect rL llghtF. WEST END. A stritly modern 14 rn'm houso. Cleveland street, real bargain. Can lc hrupiit t r .".. of its actual value. A comfortable 7 rom house on Hen dricks treet. now vaeont, as. eles'trb lights. A -oy modern riin Inncilnw, few blocks went of Orphius' liome KAUMS A 17 acre farm near Charlotte. Mih . b!c Parpaln. , A : a.rts farm, 3 mllen from MIO a w aLi A 23 s-re farm. miles oUth ef Mishawaka. An aere farm, near MPhican utate lire, e.ne horse, one mw. .md all tools belonslr.,1 to farm. Will take city pren. ertr in evchanee COLPAEKT UKAI.TY CO R PO It A T I O N Seymour Jansen. Salea Manager Encledrum Itbly. Phone Mlh.. 111. llrn.1 ll-t:nr for Kxr!ianxT HH M I 1 1 A W A K A It E SIDE NCETpor fr.,rt f Vvnd. Must d-al wpL owner. Writ W. K . New a-Tlmea. tkmpli: tiii:ati:k today. William Desmond will appear at the Temple theater today in "Dan gerous Waters." In this picture the genial Hill dis ports hlmelf as Vulcan, the pod of thunder and 1 atron of ironworkers, hammer-throwers and other iron fisD'd humanity. Clad in an abbrevi ated co: nine of cheese-cloth and accompanied by hi. pal. Dinny o' Moore, who is caM as our old friend Bacchus, pod of bcze and the Krape. Desmond attends a banquet of the Rols and goddesses on Mount Olympus. LINCOLN THIIATKIt TODAY. Norma Talnuilk'e will appear in The Probation Wife" at the Lin coln theater for the last time today. On Thursday and Friday Wallace KePI will play the leading part in "The lottery Man." In marriage a lottery? I there "une girl in the world for you," whom fate Ls certain sooner or later to bring into your path? Or Is it all chance c'ind propinquity and per haps, a bit of moonlight? Wallace Heid holds to the' "chance" Idea at the start of this new Paramount Artcraft picture. PLAN LABOR DAY EVENTS PROGRAM AT EAGLE POINT A program of fwimming events will be one of the features of the Labor day celebration to be held at Eagle Point, five miles eaM of Misha waka, 'Monday. About $73 in prizes will be given to the winners of var ious contests. The program will be gin about 1:30 o'clock and will con sist of a one-half mile swimming race for men; one-fourth mile race for men: GOO yard race for glrl; 100 yard swimming race for boys; diving for men, women and boys. Following these events a dance will be held at the Hagle Point hall. NFW YORK PASTOR COMING. According to word received Pastor S. Morton of New York will deliver an address at the Temple theater Sunday morning to the local Inter nation Bibl4 Stuilents association on the subject "Christ Is Present! Mil lion Will Never Die." The lecture will be given nt 10:30 a. m. and will be free to the public. r c la im i n Li?rTi:ns. The following letters remained un claimed at the local post oftiee: Charley Alsen, Eva Baldwin, Mrs. Velma Bu.-ick. P.uek Campion. Cecil Corney. Louise Conant. Helen Cri ger. E. W. Ctecker. James DeLong. Mrs. O. I. r.allaway. Mrs--. Lucille Ganschow, Mrs. Martha iiubrr, Ed gar C. Havens. Helen Linner, Mrs. O. It. Mendham. Clay McKeo. Mr. ami Mrs. Arthur Metzgor. C'orme M. Nelson (3), Mrs. Earl Peiffer, Miss Minnie Ra'lck. Blady Sanmska. Miss Iele Smith. George Wedermar and C. Zimmer. Mishawaka. Ind. Au. 31. Editor News-Times: Dear Sir: Is it not ridiculous when a man will drive an ai.tomobile after dark, not with the headlights properly dimmed, but with a blazing search light minus dimmer) blinding the eyes of pedestrians on the sidewalk, if not temporarily destroying the vision of a driver of another mach ine, approaching fron; the opposite direction? Whether on country road 01 in city. W. B. HOSFORD. EXTI-THTAIXS AT DINNER. Mrs. Bonnie Frazier, 115 W. Marion st.. entertained at a 7 o'clock dinner last evening in honor of Mrs. Darrel Moore and son, Darrell. Jr., and Mrs. Frank Moore who have just returned from a three weeks' visit at Edaway. Tenn. Totals jfi j Batted for rshawkey in Sth. St. Iouis ouO 100 JOO 3 New York 000 0 02 000 2 Krrors Williams. Wartl. Two base hits Slsler. Peckinpaugh, Severe-id. Ocdeon. Stolen bases Jacobson. Williams. Sacrirtces Davis. Collins, Bodie. Pi;p. Pratt. Gerber. Left on bascs--St. Louis. 4; New York. 5. B.ise on balls Off Collins. .1 ; Shaw key, l: Davis, 3. Hits off Collins, f. in 6 2-':Shawkey. 1 in 1-2; Quinn, 0 in 3. Hit by pitcher By Collins Davis. Sishr). Struck out Hv Collins. 3; Davis. 6. loosing pitcher Collins. Empires Evans, Dlneen. Time 2:10. PRINCE OF W ALES TO HUNT SHY KANGAROO MELBOURNE. Australia, Au,'. 31. A kangaroo hunt by automobile is one of the entertainments planned for the Prince of Wales when h; visits the country districts of Aus tralia. The hunt will take place upon the sheep station ranch) of Ix-e Falkiner of Boora. N. S. W. Mr. Falkiner said here lately: "The kangaroo drive in which the prince will take part will be neither child's play nor cold-blooded murder but as tine a sport as is to be had in the commonwealth." 0 H. 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 .-I 0 0 0 O. A. 3 1 1 V 2 0 14 0 1 0 0 0 1 5 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 27 14 Totals 3 4 3 r 27 1 Chlcnjrti Flack, rf ... Terry, ss Robertson. If ... 3 0 Barber, lb .... 4 0 Paskert. cf 4 0 Deal. 3 b 4 0 Herzog, 2b ... . 2 O Farreil. c 3 0 Alexander, p . . . 2 0 Twomhly 0 0 Carter, p 0 0 Totals 29 0 Batted for Alexander in Sth. Philadelphia 020 000 001 3 Chicago 000 000 000 0 Error Herzog. Two base hits rietcher, Lebourveau. Three be hit Wheat. Home run Lebour veau. Stolen base Rawlin.cs. Double plays U. Miller to Paulette. Flack to O'Farrell. Ieft on bases Philadelphia fi: Chicago. 6. Base on balls Off Meadows. 4; Alexan der. 2. Hits Off Alexander. 3; Meadows, 1. Losing pitcher Alex ander. Umpires McCormick and Hart. Time 1:34. STARTING. LIGHTING. IGNI TION BATIXRY WORK. Mishawaka Battery Service. Corner cf Eighth and Main Sts. BIG SWIMMING PROGRAM at Eagle Point Resort I Do Mib-M I'Mst of MKhawaka LABOR DAY MONDAY Beginning nt 1 .HO p. in. One-half raeo for men. One-fourth ml! race for men. .tiX. jartl nie for girl. HH janl rno for bojs. Biting for men, boys and ladles. PRIZES GIVEN Pane-ing after race. Dancing every Wed no lay, Sat urday and Sun!u. VALUABLE ADVICE "A cat Jits on my fence every night and makes the night hideous with his infernal row. Now, I don't want to have any bother with my neighbor, but this nuisance has gone far enough, and I want you to ad vise me what to do." The young lawyer looked as sol emn as an owl and said not a word. "I have a right to shoot that cat, haven't I?" "I would hardly say that." replied the young lawyer. "The cat does not belong to you. as I understand." "No. but the fence does." "Ah!" exclaimed the light of the law. "then -I think you have a per fect right to tear down the fence:" London Ideas, L incom 1 neater nn Mil LAST TIME TODAY m n Ü na laimaase IN Preiialson üife' THURSDAY AND FRIDAY WALLACE REID in "THE LOTTERY MAN" Directed by James Cruzo By Rida Johnson Young. Scenario by Elmer Harri EXTRA! EXTRA! Big Sensation! Young Reporter Offer Himself in Marriage to Girl Who Holds Lucky Ticket! No limits as to age, size or previous condition of marital M lervitude. Man willing to go before altar and swear away his whole life. Reasons strictly personal. Two hundred thousand women dready in the contest, so you'd better come early. Husbands, real or would-be, also r admitted if they will pay for one or more seats and slowly j wink one eye. Management not responsible for buttons bursted by laughter during performance. Still, whatever happens, you will see a picture that IS a picture. Don't miss it! VISITING AT ROME CITY. The Misses Eleanora I-fCyc. Geneva Lollman ar.d Hildegarde VandeWalle. have gone to Rome City, where they will spend .a week's vacation. RETURN l'HOM MICHIGAN. Mrs. Margaret Hindelang and Miss Bertille Hindelang. 107 W. Seventh st.. have returned from their vaca tion which they spent visiting rela tives at Chelsea. Mich. u vs POSTPONE M. (!. S. MEETING. The regular meeting of the M. G. S'. club has been postponed until Wednesday, Sept. 7, and will be held at the home of Mrs. Edna Hil debrand, E. Lawrence st. BUILDING PERMITS. Charles-Meunninck for Henry De Crane, for a two-story dwelling at the corner of Taylor and Seventh sts.. to cost $4.500. HENRY ZOLBVS PIES. Henry Zolbus, 520 E. Epurth St.. died at St. Joseph's hospital late Monday night after a three weeks' illness. Ho was born in Hungary 4S years a co. Th" body was removed to the Finch and Sprague undertaking parlors. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. MISHAWAKA LODC.i; t.10. F. and A. M. called meeting Wed nesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Work In M. M. degree. JA. NEWMAN. W. M. WALTER MICHAEL, Sec'y. 3 Itl Advt Try NEWS-TIMES Want Ads Don't "KEISER'5 ELECTRIC SHOESHOP," xi H..Mala et. lilsäunäs. Pr All 'itlnda of Kbo 2Ul?tn Finch & Sprague Undertakers (Grace M. Finch, Prop.) . AMBULANCE SERVICE 202 N. Main St, Mishawaka Phones, Mishawaka 100 m the Temple Theater TODAY üiiSiaei IN "lasigsrOTS lUatera" The story of a society girl who stepped off the "straight and narrow." A maid who wanted to see life and saw and saw enough, and learned society's first commandment: "Thou shalt not be found out.1 ? Also the eighth episode of "DAREDEVIL JACK," feat uring Jack Dempsey, heavyweight champion of the world. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY William Fox presents TOM MIX, the screen's daredevil, in 'THE TERROR," his latest western thriller. ii 5.000 m TH Look Up, This Isn't April Fool, but Merely an Announcement of the Great FJIEMfiTlOiML KALL BE at St. Louis, Sept. 28 Oct. 1 This great sensation of the Great Rexall Pigeon Race and the fact that it marks the first attempt to fly 5,000 birds from all points of the compass to a single goal regardless of weather conditions, has aroused the keenest of interest among pigeon fanciers, sport lovers and the general public. One pair of the 5,000 pigeons will be entered in this race from Mishawaka, The Red Cross Pharmacy and Some Lucky Citizen will put them to flight, at 10 a. m., Sept. 25, and to the leg band worn by each bird a message will be attached and sent by Mayor Ralph Gay lor of this city to the Governor of Missouri. People Think of It! If these pigeons win the Derby, the person releasing them Will appear in the Movies, in the Newspapers, and in the National Paga zines throughout the country, and fame and fortune unforetold will be theirs. Who Will Release the Pigeons? This will be left entirely for you to decide and will be conducted by means of drawing. How? Simply fill out a free name blank procurable at the Red Cross Pharmacy and place in the ballot box. One ticket will be given with Each PURCHASE of any ARTICLE in OUR STORE. Let's Go! ALL AGES AND SEX ARE ELIGIBLE AS AN ENTRY AND WINNER RECEIVING THE GRAND PRIZE OFFERED BY TH KEP ü UU Zni MISHAWAKA.