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.--mow i()i;. wixttir.ii n. THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMED NEWS OF MISHAWAKA Neivs-Timcs Office 120 Lincoln Way W. Phone Mishazcaka 10 DESERTED BRIDE ATTEMPTS SUICIDE CARL .lHMiW W EDS MISS EU LA LIE MINZEY CIVICS DEPARTMENT i ShS! NOTED ENTERTAINER!? IN SOCIAL AFFAIR Mr?. nu?'50ll Chaprone. IT year .1 1 - f . V. . ' .u. ;i nriui' uir n.or.ir.s. is m ;l --rious condition at tho home of her 1 Krantlparcnts, .Mr. and Mrs. Y M-n. r of tl; .,. ,,l WoniTi'i1 ! i !.'- c..f ihr Hi.-: 'hri-tian ' hurch iif-i'i a mi-ct II.i rioo'j.s shower at th- ! :,1S i:. r.rr.vr t.. Thursday in j i.o::or of .Mrs. Guy Alvon who was I .Married in Auet.'t. Hhn was formerly I M;:- fJoriNiTa. Uurkhart. Girr.os were in;oyl during thn rvfnink' and re- t .'"MVih ! , f-V ' i Tri f. tf pm! fra Alt-nrrl Mi-hi-.k.i v;orr,r,n rh:-, Mr. Irinas t! rrrli0nl of a number of R Hyrkit. rhAirrr.m. I.M fr.-t j r-rrlty Rifts. Carl McMar.n and Mi? Ku'.alie ; Mir.zy were rr.rried by the Iv. i Ir. R. E.irlo Parker, at the Metho- d:t parsoi.asc-. Friday pt. 24. An nouncement of the marriage was made Thursday. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Miri2?y. 127 W. Bal is for the past povf-ra TWO MISHAWAKANS ELECTED TO STATE OFFICES OF K. rs Mayor n. W. Gajlrr. i: drew?. ?,. h. Albrrt and V Tilhury havf rrt'Jrr.r from rapoÜ Ahere Thov" :itrrr.,!M O. Ar-Van T.(,(ii:uT orrosri) to hoi.i: vii:mi.. Ir?tad f p--'.jr;f. pul'.: :".tf sink hi-'. r t'i r- . or.t on tho ;:jv s:ni-r.t. "u'.d "rr httr-r to app!y tiv. T.rri ;. oati.'na! f at: or. -c: er tit: SINK A r : Open? Active SYa?on in Con nection With Woman's Club. Program Outlined. The department of cr-k of th" art f.v rfirth or !'chin--i -i .. . rnn nrrnTTniT mn mmv :v;::v.v, r l ; : . rj ,4k 1 1 u-w and h ! Mrs Chaperones husband ,rted j Manufacturing Co..' The croom i -i cxwul v wj Hna since t. .nn r t r m:. ..n., crc-.c, Ku-;WalIace BrHce Am,bary Willi SS rÄÄ IT: ; "r- outn Ii en a. d;a r h p i ' - Ul" grand lodtre -s-:on rf the1 Knights of Pjthias M,w.r GayK-r. vir-; r,r en m n n vn : n T ri 1 1 m P ' i -, 1 ' ' " v ' - - - ---- , I ; i r r" 1 i n Z a :: t r. d t St.. .:; Tl: it not to vo- ' 1 V Li u:: b.-n r.at- pt f .'''. i pria t ; . 'V A'.; : ' . r i : 'a a i tr.' as r.t'T.d- J by arout rnf nbf-rs : The affair vas .;" a .--of i t :u i ci-t- I fo.rtlirr nat;;r- ;.rd 'v,is a r:irf i J'!'M?:ir.t f'ir.r'i': in : r-.o-:.! ,. rn II i:.- ; hi'"- otrn.'d tro-'idi-nro w ith a r-:dir. a did (J. A. Maurer v.i; n h.orn --o)o. .icon-.- I in!el by lfct ü. in Vili-oü o j th" piano. Tlv off. fr ''if this impoifar. de pjrfirTer r of flio . ;iäb fr.r 1 j I !; ChalrMT.. Mr. T. p.. Ftvrkir: ".ee t halrnnn. Mrs. I'. Ilor-ain: rf op.iitirr s.Trj.'ir;-, Mr. TA'illlaui 1'. 'N"eli- T,rr-.-j'rpiin ' rr' 'ar . Mr. .T-rr v.,,i ard : trfiMinT, M-. Nertbold I '.a or. Th4 d-pr t rr i Ti I; ;,'-nird for '1 firtiv -r .!!. fli pi ol-ir rns f Ve disow-'. d a!irr,' v;r i''"p' 1 - '"a 1 a ff a irs . T 1 1 ' n i :o ' i i : r . ' i ! I ; 1 1 : - Ii v c.. , , I i : n . " A o oi r '' ot t ! r" ! : n up d i: ri ; r 1 1 1 ' ' i .b vrar -vill v.- " M i-lri wa i-. i ("ii ! T'rid''o -.'' " n iTi. a i i f ion f ri-i n." "T I , Ftf r? r,f Voj-.. on' 3.if aol If.alth." 'Thr Mr.in- pjo-i t'J''-. !, . f-r i r l , t i r, ; ( v J., j, nd- rod fT irn born w n:-n of tho iv iv oijff linn with Mo- Anv'i- a a i-a f i in nvi'iii'-nf. th' .oomit-lf-- r. r- tf-r fa I; in c p-, rt in th'' ttr.'ir with th rfvi dopartn a-nt. livrr.nTAi.w; yon v isitors. Mi-s F'.Tnic Ku'pTt, .1'3 W. f'.att!l t., rnt-rtair.ed at a farewell art-.- Wednodav evening In honor j f Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Kevil. form ; 'rly d "My Amerioin Girl." mu.-l-j il ooinedy rornpany. who are mo : torin to Jacksonville. Fla., next Appear Before Woman's Club Saturday. weck, Th hon was beautifully do( fir.it in the form of Halloween I anoiri- and -onte?ts wer features of th' vrninc:. Mr. and Mrr. Keevil a; form r!'- of Elkhart. ' ! . til bo f,- I.' f "Ii io T're rn! i .bjp! fn b t i Ni:V Dlil'AUTMKNT PUVM. Mmbrs of th Mlshawaka Woman'- r!uh met Wednesday even ing in th hl'h school auditorium fo;- thf purp-s- of oranizinc a new (i pa rt men t for th club. The new hr. Is for th' business womn i ni T r. i ;rv ano i-s ripen io an a- ! Plans v. r- made to rive a o ir on in fi-.a! tlo- near fntur when a rra v. r men ts will be made. Dorlar Brothers Aprnt Announces Jnv Foliey An i:rii:'n! r . i -e, in m-.v of th fart hat it Is Intend' d prmvuib fr pr"ns v Vi do bn-in v itb a iiauprtitor, h i bn announced b ljobert If.irw. Dodrr Pr"'!pTS thaler, in MKh nnikn. Th' servier-j-i for tb hnr-4it of fT-i?o whi ii-d Dod pirofhrr- nudor cars on thrt open nvirkrf and who ar- in rttibt as to tii a r and ooditiop ft the rar. "Any man " h bo- . o -d pod- ProfhTs motor ear, if io- to tncs if to us for Inepe'-tlot p.,n ' ! fin itely when tile -va biiilf."" s tid Mr. Tfaiwoy. "While w . H'erate a tisl car market our" Iv wo uill pladly r!e this Information h cau e feel that n man v l-.o owns a Tolsre rar i a 'mombv of th fnn l'y." reffardlss of vhoth- lu- ruii in through the frotit or i ick . 1 t . and we rr o hi in c i tain dnnit'- ourtrie?.' ; m m pi. ii I'lrrnii; to rkphat. Jo . irdi of ?j Sinner." as pre-j-. iif.l at th- Timple yesterday xvlta i 'o.-r.! rro Tal ma dice In th titl rolr i i a 'o'-ndy liair.a of love, romance aral l-.uchter lor rd-blooded mald j !i and p en If is racy, and the ;ind of a picture to draw and riius-. Tf PI be shown for th ast tiire-: todav. MFSTC DTTAimillNT MI1I7TTNG. The initial meeting of th1 music dppartment of th Mishawaka Wom an's club will b held in the library roTn Monday evenlncr at "7:T oYlerk. As this is tho firs: meetirtc f tho voir, no retrular program will b civen. The meeting "Will hr purely sooi tl. llf reshments will b served. I; sriuorsT.v i.Trni. Mr- V. T.. Minroy. 127 W. Tt-itt-Tl st . has scope tf '"hlcasr. callod by Ihc srioi.: condition of her son. Mal- dm. who 1 in a hospital on account of -", f re injuries received In an an tdpiobile accident. As soon as h's condition will permit Mlnzey -wll b rMiiord to the hom- of his parents in tin city. Wallace Rruce Amsbary, who de lighted hi3 hearers at a Fellowship program last winter In, this city, is to return to Mishawaka on Saturday to lecture before the general meet ins of the Woman's club at 3 o'clock m the club rooms. Just recently Mr. Amaary has received signal honor In appreciation of his worth as an authority and interpreter par excellence of modern literature, by being elected to the professorship of literature at Armour Institute, Chi cago, of which Dr. Frank Gunsau lus is president. Dr. Gunsaulus has said of him. "It is fair to say there is no one like him. in his delinea tion of Rubtle and Interesting char acters. Ills own verse Is of a high order. ius Insight and mastery as the finest literature takes new form and substances with his entertain ment, are unapproached, as I be lieve, by any other person on the platform. Nothing more distinct ively educational comes with more delight than his Interpretation of the human soul through these pre sentations. He ia a past master in the Art." "Jean Baptiste and His Brethren" which is the title of a group of Ams bary s most famous poems, will also be the subject of his address on Saturday. In this lecture, it is aild, Ära feet rortn wonaeriui aesenpuons of the northland and Its pulsing life together with interpretations of the French-Canadian In literature, both through poem and dory. Much of Mr. Amsbary'f charm as a lecturer i due to the fact that he ha9 delved S into sources hitherto neglected and bringing them forth has incorpor ated them into his programs, thus presenting to the public a refresh ing and novel line of thought. Because of the large number of persons who will be interested in hearing the noted speaker, the club management has opened Saturday's meeting to the general public and has extended an invitation to Mii?ha wakans, both men and women, to attend. There will t a small ad- rore ner marriage ?he was Mis Ida ! Helle Sm'th of this city. During July, 1?C0. she eloped with Chap-' erone. then employed in a local fac- ' tory. and was married. Th counle ! kept their marriage a secret until i August 30, when it was announced. Mrs. Chaperone was discovered jn ' the act of swallowing the poison by ; her grandmother who knocked' the ' bottle from her hand. Medical at tention was immediatelv given the ; girl-wife. " , and Mr. McMann of and is employe! in m ember of of the order. N. Web r of ;he crr. ii'.jttc on : o;:y state .u -T ijki: ni vi; M. Aii.; : " What ' the mat wi:h :h lar. p. mad un 7" Pad-: "It ha a P. ;h faults nui samt: (.mi.. I ya c-i K. OF C. AUXILIARY INSTALLS OFFICERS Otf.cers were Installed at a meet ing of the Ladies Auxiliary of th Mishawaka council XÖ. 1 7 S Knights of Columbus at the K. C. home. Lincoln way W.. 'edn-sdav vening as follows: Mrs. CeorKo Tremel. president; Mrs. Frank Michels vice-president: Mrs. Charles Kramer, secretary and Mr Aumwt i DeGroote. treairer Following the j l. Ms MLITTIXCS CON TIN III. to t'vnimr.o Operation . " i . - Mr. and Mrs. McMann will re?:de ! -ciua. ,ne u months old Jaugh at l:; W. Pattell ft. ! trr of Ir- ar-d Mrs. Joseph S . r.? K'15 W. Fourth st., was r.-niov. d to C.OOI) RILL mil CE NT PRY. Ist Josejhs hospital Thursday The vaudeville bill a: the Century j uuuerP an operation theater this week is or.e of the bt-t of t!- season so far. George L (irave and Co. will present Prmyl Barton in "The Woman of a Thou saiid Secrets." a cb-ver comedy sketch: Mies Kane McDurtie will be -ard in a classy whiflit solo; Wells afal Montgomery. comedy ir.ging and talking; Walter and Ie. lcvcr boy and girl, in a little bit f varie ty; Price and Cilmore. "Jut a Moment," an unusual comedy offering. .T .i Thv Tit VNa--' GOES TO LArAYETIE. John P.athaway has returne 1 his- horn in Tafayette after spep. ing several months in :hi citv. I wiil not debts contra Tompkins. .Ian.cs (' responsible for ar.v cl by niv wife, r.nim.i M. Tompkins. Adu.. 7P Try FJT S-TIM ES Want Ads AMvEI TO PLY AT DWTGIIT. J The Joe's Melody Hons orchestra' of Misliawak.i have received a tele- j gram from Dwight. 111., asking them to play a week's er.gafrement at the j Blackstone theater there. I .nstailatJon cards were enjoyed, and the favors awarded to Mr. ändMrs. Fred Kch'roeder. Fred Tripple. Mr.-. Frank Michels. August DeC.roote and Mrs. Otto Ganser. Dainty re freshments were served. Try XEITS-TIMES Want Ads The special revival meetings i nn- ducted by Uev. G. P. Wright which are being conducted at the Salva tion army headquarters are grow ing in interest. A large crowd was present Wednesday evening. W. H. Parmenter. jeweler. Is Chicago on a buying trip. m NEW GROCERY AND MARKET OPENS SATURDAY at 702 East Lawrence St. Complete Stock Prices Right Everyone invited to call. JOHN BLASKO T1UTH CATCllEs EIRE. I A Maxwell truek belonging to the J T'errdalo grocery. oSuth Rend. ca'jght fire on Lincoln way West I 1 )St eveninc. the local flrmen being ; callod p. -tinguidi the hla7e which I t .- siid f li.ivr been oatised by I defective wiring of the truck. It was I hadlv damaged. First Wrrstlinp Match Of the Season Monday The initial wrest'inr match of tlo reason will be held Monday r.opini; nt the Cenpiry th' ttcr. Thii.- will In- two all star wre.-tling ou which will include th' 1 al h nn pion -Kid" Ko. Willi mi IVM.-tral f 'hiao will pi t Sfany Stadial: of BrookPn. X V.. and Kid r.'p Will clash with Jack M c a - njd of De- ! VblTINC PARl'VT4. troit. Po' krie. afhbtic in.-trutfur f , William Jo-hid; of the I". S. naval Notr Dame, will a- f as i to--. Tliis j traininc stalnm. Great Lakes. 111., is the tirst of a series of wr-stling sji. r.ding a furlough with his pa matches whidi wiil be i . 1 1 1 o . 1 of! ;i'-n!--. Mr. and Mrs. John Joshiek. ACCIDENT VICTIM IS IIS' SERIOUS CONDITION The condition of th six Mishawa ka people who wer struck by an automobil driven by F. E. Riddle Funday night, Is reported as being somewhat improved. Miss Margaret Spencer, Towle av who was the most neriously Injured Is still in a serious condition. It was at first feared that her back was broken. ! . - i i t..n.ul put an .-ray uKen ai in iiuai1 Money Deposited with this Bank Before Oct. 1 1 Will Draw Interest from Oct. 1 at 4 First Trust & Savings Bank Mishawaka, Ind. In the same building and under the same management as First National Bank Combined Resources $3,500,000 ii c i.-f ri'fni i ll 'Snowed inai no nunt-s wco- u"1- r.-rmndo K rt r Tnn st . The Misses Drna Ganes and Lucille vho was run into hv a Mishawaka Schudda. who were also victims, are woman a few .lavs, had his left eve reported as being slightly improved. moved -.-1 - rd a v. Although h- is wniie josepn oanser, fr., oo?r.i b-d .-ondition." it i-- not thoucht j Ganser, jr., and John Kemp are im- injuries v. ill m cc-ari!y pro - proving. re in hi Ml. Called convocaion Friday evening of Mishawaka chapter S3, R. A. M. Work in the Mark Master degree. LPGA R S. ANDERSON. H. P. I1ARKV K. SUDLP; SCC'Y. 7tl Advt. ihiring the winter s-e.ison. all w hi'-h will be of a hih standard. i : Pnio t. TODAY'S I.I'or P.I LP "'rooked Strain'.!."' the. pi.-ture Ive.-n at the Liiooin tlo.itiT-l-I'llV will be V' ; ited ftM the ,t :. ii-" todin- l;.irii lt.i ile- v':,r. ):'- a splendid vded'- r.auh - htcli to di-play '-i- .. d ! i!nf S It to P"l iVl'l"!'.. 1.1 S I : i 4bsorbin'-" on, or.e ; - i".c emotions .ii.d ats into on - 'art 1 te n h.i -. 1 : o r. son p.orv. A cr,n was b-rn y -terday on to Mr. and Mrs. Th's. W. Fourth -t. after- Mod--( I I i.i:.ys: lor lU Ropr. r Mr. and Mrs. Alfonce Nerinz and r 1 reman I .-Yr-ese will leave I'ri- ;.iav for their home in T?f-!c;hnii: Mr.; " and Mrs. Nick Crisco for Fkarinla. J ;and Pinl Sellise and children fori ' t -.! IlIZ U V. I)m't Forget KEISER ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP" 116 N. Main St., Mihaaka. For All Kinds of Shoo Repairing and Shoes. "Mishawaka Classified antl ' omul P Y il i i nTTs i - -i -1 ' i j ' ,! and m pnp, v ! ;v a'ii bt'.iw n p -l f...l and whit.- a" I i ' o p"! !! K" ? ;rn f" V.. I- i! T' - rd i' ' M ' w.ir-1 i:l Apai li:u nt anl Plats 71 MAI.s i. N. i-.i1.. in.- liirnishd room ;a , il- Cr Pt kh'-r; 7t 1 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE EMPLOYMENT IIoiuc For Sale. M Holl WaiiPal Pt id.k l.H C uu..-tt-nt :-r trk. Ajily Mrs i '.'" Pdst Ht r :r in-r:i '. m i;; ii ."I , .A !.-. 1.A111:n At oc.r n 1 10- tor-. M t.-U i u' L.. Iii I i.l .- i . o ,(.. ii rp-'Ui xoodfiii !:.? J :m n-a.ly for u to luovt in. i': . M..rk Kt-jl t y , . 1 1 sai.i.- - .Mm- r-o:a Cio'ist . r.i and ("..lpi'te l.ati. a a ! . v 'j t ; v 1 1 ( & r "III -i l"a-t i . ;t! il.- i 'li Help i l.AMS'll.Ue An 1 a ni A U L'ly H' I I. A M I h Ii anicil I a aV to cr- Ol Zoe V i i s - ei-,- tri. pi SO - l'j Ido. ks fr'.i.i i I'n. a- s 4.i too. Sljoo ' t .o-y i ua uts. Mark j :.t j ; 4f FREE! FREE! We will give one of these beautiful DeLuxe Bicycles, enameled jrold and blue. Free to one of our customers for Christmas. Ask for a number with each purchase. CONE'S CYCLERY. 1 16 Lincoln Way West MISHAWAKA LINCOLN LAST TIMES TODAY Thos. H. Ince presents 3C F M AT lillü TEMPLE A Comedy Drama of Love, Romance and Laughter for red blooded maidens and men. JOSEPH M. SCHENCK Presents Constance Talmadge In Charlotte Thompson's racy romance n Search of a Sinner" A John Emerson Anita Loos Production Peppy, lively, naughty, nice Silks and spice and everything nice That's what this is made out of! LAST TIMES TODAY DONT MISS IT. Matinee 2.15, 3:40. Evening 7, 8:30, 9:40. Admission Adults 15c, 20c Ad mission Adults 20c, 25c i I -U 3C May in 6 Croo ked trai ht 1 1 ,r o. -Lir r.i n --l. 4rJ-4oS S Sf N .i I I iMl .1 .1.... vr l:. dty j'. I "I; A I.L- d.:gi.t r.-ma i:,iuM. on Iinif I ai.. i .-.v.; pariU iaod rn. ciia r h ; n.- ' a in v.. U.1 s. l'ri-e Jfö iha). Sfark 1 1'ui; .M. U d - 31 Ruvin.s OpiHirtunith l.ll'.it'LKl-Aiia -riiiLl roora t.oaso t.-r m or rent; erve l-i.- k fr.-in ar lira, luluu I'iiouc Mia'-awaka l'-'i1 'i:ti"l; s.;Ti". siaik t; -- v !i .Pk-ia rouoo en Se c n 1 1 1 P.ivn. partly tu .! ru . in Hi. lai -.- i 'i K-'"d gar ie. Pri. : x .. o ,ttj muvi: IN W. Ota iK-wr. . Mi iL. rn r.i:pni:i: rr gi:ts cold.! lv.l.. bungalow . I i1 MONEY Savings Deposits made on or before I Interest from Oct. 11 tli x ill draw Oct. 1. 3IISILWVAKA TUUST & SAVINGS COMPANY IntcfdnicnLs. SttH-Us Houds 3D LliUIi; TV J. M. Scuta Uend. Ini. LlVb SlOCk .'. TO: I..' llorM-, Cattle ami ehlel 1 iltKj puu Mood od iai:uned I.;.- t ; 1'oIiaJ Ctus etoci hog, reaJy f -r r i ......kl',.' Tic. iC0rif r.orraa.i, 'upi'-u. fmrrr.. ':iillkJ. i'ÜODe liarLfid r-2. .i it narl roniplrted : P. lOtL . ; rooir.s. I a nts, ; north side. 7 e $ de-n : moderu lu-rno. u,' to .Lmo Viui: Uo.iltv Co., ti". s. Ma. a si. PL on.? Miaa:ika 21?. S.UUKL PltlVIN; nl i y 1 HtUll A:-.-taken iu: k. iar ,(M. I ll a: IlL Mi-n-.r!;! ; di of sil' . :.('. Ha: ill S Ii virli .t. ;;nc"' i va at.t I lt' .'ltV t f ' i lVultr and siipplies 7 Hi OKI: No . . c al.-i -l. 1 . 11 y , a:ard.i . J s. I i - MERCHANDISE Article? Ir al- äj la i'OuN K HUCK--lu:r.uii nulr it 13 . i-t. :a ; ui. i.CAI. t. MAI.- It o-.i wi.-L to svll ai .1 . L ii o-r umi or i" ay a Lol.sc n easy ttruis. .all C'uli'ueit lalty Corpur- t;u.. i t-. nc u.ni-aw aa um. i TTlTsTTl l " L. -Nine-rooui ho-:e. TT- ' ,il.i r.isn: t..i:.nr..f term Has-l.i.c-i Kiulty Co., Ill S. "trarrii ir. 5' I .oltill 1 1 I : -Ni!u-ro:n tous. Jsl.,,ui;. t r i - Hat:r.C9 Kralty Co, 111 .v ' liar 5. ft. , llou.-ohold iKtlS SEWING MAI "HINK -t u oI8 ror.'llUcn. tad at .J t. S i n n r t P. V.'.r.i 7!l Wantrtl Peal ltate "M 1 1 :.l'ia idj' tl"-4 pin 0; iii firitt :. -opditi---: BTuall tor o D. r. Call at t'- I. t : to- ! Nln' ii ( Tt 1 : lit (.!. nri anxtou to b-jT ev t 1 1 :.u.:o l.oi:i s In Mljiau .ik.i r Illro I'ark Our r r ii: k arc .-a'j. Hastinifs .ilty Co. Ill i. CJicrih st . Mjn. vaka. ,Vtf! " KpIa. l'lnt.-. PertlllKTs 63 Tl'tS LINK JATANLSL iiAKli A li OT- ör LarUary cow t.-r rail plaati. . ii.. , i i ... .1 . a r n n La ke w oO J ' Miruirsi i MMN ini.i. r'i i'!:k- b.i. t :t.!e. :..i!r?. .M 9t.v rt i ' ' s . 1. U. Pird ftr-t. 1 rrni- AjVirtmcnt? and flats I wltb T. N.. Uä;j-Mi.- faraiscl r.oni prtillt-ge or kitctea. 7tl Money Deposited with the NORTH SIDE TRUST & SAVINGS BANK before Oct. 1 I will receive 4 PERCENT Interest from Oct. I By Julien Josephson. Directed by Jerome Storm. Photographed by Chester Lyons. A Thos. H. Ince production. A Paramount-Artcrait Picture His first trip to the city a thousand dollars to spend and he had never had a "big time" in his life. Was it any wonder the home folks seemed so far and the gay loose ways so temptingly near? But when his pal and his money were gone and the cops had branded him 'crook what then? A story that gets under your skin, races through your blood, beats in your heart like a hammer. Charles Ray, with his infinite sway over human emotion from the heights to the depths and back again! You'll be mighty glad you came. SATURDAY Thos. Ince presents ENID BENNETT in "WHAT EVERY WOMAN LEARNS" " r.i'22I Cash Talks fa ARM OFFER o CI The Square Deal Store of Mishawaka es For a verv short time a limited stock of all sizes of Round Oak Stoves and Rang at prices less than they can be bought at the factory to day. Here are a few of the Stoves 18 inch double fire pot, regular price 386.50 Cash Price $71.50 20 inch double fire pot, regular price $103.00 Cash Price $84.00 Other sizes at the same Discount We have a Heating Engineer with us and are always willing to give you a figure on a Moistein Heating System. Give us a trial. Become one of our satisfied users. Remember the Beckwith People make good goods only. tr j rnhri 3 Two All Star WRESTLING CONTESTS CENTURY THEATER Monday, October 1 1 William Demetral 2C 0 vs. Stanley Stasiak Kid Ross vs. Jack McLeoud Tickets on sale at JOE'S SMOKE SHOP CUT UiY THEAT Fri., SaL, Sun. VAUDEVILLE FIVE GOOD ACTS MOSTLY GIRLS GEORGE L. GRAVES & COMPANY Present ERMYL BARTON in "The Woman of a Thousand Secrets" A clever comedy sketch Try NEWS-TIMES H aut Ads Try NEWS-TIMES Want Ads MISS KANE McDUFFIE NOVELTY WHISTLING ENTERTAINER WELLS & MONTGOMERY COMEDY SINGING & TALKING A CLEVER TEAM WALZER & LEE A Little Bit of Variety A splendid Offering A Clever Boy and a Clever Girl PRICE & GIL MORE "JUST A MOMENT" An Unusual Comedy Offering 6 PIECE ORCHESTRA 6 Miss Ethel Starr Director SHOWS 7:30 and 9 o'clock SUNDAY MATINEE 2:45 USUAL ADMISSION .3- j j I i rib.