SUNDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1922
THE SOUTH 2END NEWS-TIMES
MANY AIDED BY
Plymouth's Countrv Club Situated on Prettv Lake
Beauty Spot of Counts'
Lower Appraisal of Farm.
Personal Good? and Im
provements I Cause.
Sentence Walsh to
for Theft of Small Amount
wa' isaw, in.;., ixc. no. Je nr.
4 0. of South Per.J. v..:o w a -nr.r-;ej
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u I. entere. the Pi. ?.:;r
Telephone Operator A pain
I rts Sleeping SicJcness
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t i ' n office and
' f J 1 .f.?. w;;.r river
, or.e to ( i?':it ye irs Jit
j m at M:h:i-a:i O.ty.
' t.a,v his rfsiclenc as
a s ? r t ; r. i
Yearly Heport Hmvo Stieror
(irn lo .Needy I hroiijrh
onl the Slatr.
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shown tb.at in tho f-tate I
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'Ohh c:vn trar.vprt it.on, ,3 rrco
l).'ith, s ;;-vcn mr.li.al aiI.
Kivf-n lr,,i;r,,'. 272 situation found
fr rr.rn. K; jn! foun-l for women.
2,2.4') ir.orv,fW(-'I .inrl advis.I. 19 J
Kirla ent-r (l in n.-itemitv home, '
2 . ST 41 i-a'rs of she- ilimributed,
22,9 6 3 jr'irrn fr. .., 73 4 Riven Thanks
giving dinner, ! 4,327 Ki'f-n Christ
mn? dinners, l.'j?, Riven toys, 4,11
garment di-trü.uted and 1,019
chlldrrn Riven jireenta exclusive of
clrvthir.? and toys.
The report shown that during the
year 8.63) indoor m'-tinR.s and
ß. ST 8 outdoor rneet!nif were held'
with a total of 1,42",331.
Tho Jinancial report fhow a d
fielt of $ Cj Z 4.5 4 in tho general fund
of tho oran7ation. Tl;o income
amounted to $20.514. 51 and the ex
reuditure to $21,2:9.05.
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Dreamn f th e.ti2en of IMym-
outh. Ind., for a community center,
a hou.o of rcreation, for rot and
pleasure, have at last be-n realized,
vith th completion of the ijuildinj
f'f x country club house. OrRanized
IS month. aRo. the ofllcer of the
club ImmJiatoly mado 'plan for
housinR their orRanization, and pur
chased 8 0 acre of land on the lake
R'iRod to draw tho plans of thethe ground
buildinR which wa constructed dur- Rolf
front of Pretty
west of Plymouth.
Alves O'Kee-fe, architect,
inR October and. Novem'her by
O'Keufo and Thompson, corstractors
at a cot of $23.000. The houe is
cximpieto In every 'detail, and affords
a 6eautüful view of the lake which
it face. The estate hos a 4,000
foot frontaRo on the lake and ex
cellent swimming' accommodations
will be had in the summer months.
.IV-31- Gates, president of the
Wetstfcrn Golf association, on a visit
to thrt new club recently, said that
weie of the 'bet for
that' ho ia-s ever seen. Tennis!
court and other outdoor pports will
I be provided for in the eariy sprinR.
j At tho opening reception Riven to
I the member and their families Sat
urday niRht. a'bout three hundred
persons were present. The club has
a memi)ersh!i) of 123. Officers of
the organisation are: A. M. Cleve
land, president; Floyd Bunnell,
vice president; O. G. Soice, treasur
er; ond Lmther Jl. Ccc.s?ner, fcre
l.VDIA.VAl'OLIS, In!.. I" ro.-
l:- A. P. ) Taxit'It- jTopcriy in In- p. oy.se
diana this year as appraised by tax-j-ajn
inu ortiv-iais amour.ts to $5.2O,,.O00.-j todny.
"''J. a shrinkage of W.0!'.'i0 'e-
; iow tlie AS21 valuation, according
j to V". C. Nusbaum, a repre.--en:a: A e
j of the state board of tax commis
.sior.crs. According to Mr. Nus
j l"-anrn figures $ 2 0 . 0 0 0 more
taxes were pa!d thi year than last j
The shrinkage in taxable propertj-, t
antountin? to about eight percent, i
wa attributed by Mr. Nusbaum toi
the lower appraising of farm lands.!
improvements and personal pro-1
rerty. Tho total valuation of pro
perty in incorporated towns and
cit: was about the same as last
year, he said.
The valuation of farmer taxable
Property 1 approximately 50 per
cent of the $5.20.1,00.000 total of
taxable property. Mr. Nusbaum
says, but he points out that of the
$117,noo,006 levied for collection
this year the farmer paid less than !
2 percent, or approximately $44,-j
IO0.C00. Of the latter amount ai
part may be payments on Industrial
property outside incorporated citie
and towns, and which should not be
classed as farm property. Mr. Xus
ba u m says.
The figure .show. Mr. Nusbaum
declares, that "farmers pay cons'.d
erab'y less taxe and bear consid
erably less 0f the total tax burden
than anybody had ever supposed."
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Goshen Religious Census
Shows 3,145 Church Folk
GOlIi:., Ind.. Pe. The
f.rs: religious census taker;
shows tl;:s city, with a population'
lo than 10.-300, with about 2.:.v i
home, has 2,145 church members.
Among theso there are 1,7 3 S wo
men and 1.2 4.3 men. Thete are 2 2
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anr.eur.i el trd.iy
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a I guard. At ie is:,
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itiisicixs nto.M p,oai:i.
INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 30. Nelson
K. ToclJ. for the pat two years a
special representative of the state
board of tax commissioners, resign
ed too ay. He will practice- law at
IlllIlXK AITO TIIiriT iu;.
INIIANAPOMS. I). v r.o.,py I.
N. S. ) Throe youths undr arr."st
Iiere to bay. c'vr.rged with siii.r.-r.
are responsiV".e, police declare, for
the theft of 25 autoru.Mifs ir. a?-.-!
about this city. Ted T. M-Qu;ek.
2,',; Hur!i Phe'.an. 1 b.ave cor.fes
ed. nrvordirg to d t er: iv.s wcrkir.g
on the case. Geortre pebard. third
merr.ber of the tr.o. dn.ed having
any part in th" nlicq-ed theft ring.
Shank Urges Ordinances
To End Liquor Escapades
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Dec. CO.
(Ily A. P.) Ordinance to break up
tho sale of stolen Roods to pawn
t-hop and to dete t bootleggers and
1-andit through garage were pro
posed today by Mayor Iyw Shank.
lie -atd he would have one bill
modelled after a Quebec, Can., or
dinance, which requires pawnbrok
er to make person to whom they
loan money furnish three small
photographs of themselves. One
would be given to the police, the
broker would kep on and the
third would bo attached to the
Anyone renting a private garage
or space in a public garaRO vvould
be required to report to the police
the name of every
number of hi tar and license num
ber and any garage man repairing
a car after an accident would be re
quired to report the nature of the
repair and name of the owner to
police by the other measure.
Three Escape Death as
Car Plunges Into River
WAItSLVW, Ind Dec. 3 0 Three
persons narrowly ct.a.ped scriou
injuries and probable death on FrJ
dny afternoon when tho automobile
in which they 'were riding plunged
down over a ten-foot Ibridge abut
ment Into tu- Tippecanoe River just
north of Warsaw. The 'bridge is lo
cated on a curve on the javed road
e-twee-n X.ee.sburg and "Warsaw.
Charltn M. Steven, of Indianapolis,
was driving the car and applied JiU
brake suddenly a he neared the
l.rdige. Ice on the fpavement caus
ed hi car to comipleteily turn
around, plunge over the abutment,
turn completely over and landed
right side up on the river .bottom in
three tfeet of water. Neither Stev
en or his two companion were
seriously injured. The car will be
repaired. The party waa returning
home from L:gioneir.
renter withthe Report Many Children
PAYS GAMP.LIXG I'lXIl.
WAPSAW. Ind., Dec. 2?. Willis
Mock, owner of a restaurant at
North Wf b.-ter. paid a tine of $36.10
here today for operating three
g-ambling slot machines. Mock paldj
his fine fron nickel and dime tak
en tfro.n the machines and wa evi
dently a winner in the transaction.
The machines were , destroyed, as
was ordered by court.
KX'BR-YIVODY'tf ONE OF 'E.M
No longer little Micky Hare,
Whose ways are mild and meek,
Will kee.p my clothing in repair
For fifty cent a week,
lie nonv demands a larger pum,
Which 1 esteem feo tlear.
For lateiy Michael has bevome
A I'ressing Iln?;neer.
The day when Tonio I'orin
Would c'.:p r.nd trim my lawn
And make my kitchen garden grow.
For ten a month are gne.
lie now Is making wad.s of pif,
TaJiert contracts by the year.
And, on h'.s billhead styies himself,
A Mowing Engineer.
The la.ts from Grevf who clea.ned
Once I- a cheaper time,
Nmp with a hflURhty f-'o-,vi refuir
Fail to Attend School
INDIANAPOLIS, Pec. CO. Many
children are not attending school as
required by law, according to E. U.
Graff, superintendent of schools. The
last legislature raised tho ag-o at
which working permits may be
granted children from 14 to 13
years. Thi law ha. been disobeyed
in many Instances, Superintendent
Graff told the instruction commit
tee of the board of school commis
sioners. He asked lor additional
help in the attendance department
in order to remedy this condition.
Surrenders to Police
As a Parole Violator
XJL.ES, Mich., Dec. CO. Frank
Howard, claiming to have violated
his parole after serving one year of
a five-year sentence at the state s
prison at Ionia, Mich., surrendered
to the Niles ivoli.ee this lufternoon
and is nqw in the city jail. He
eald that the continual avoiding of
unlformde dmen whom he thought
might 'be officer, had wearied him
and he would be glad to go back to
jail, serve his time and step forth a
State Klan Organizer to Be
Tried on Non-Support Count
IXDIAXAPOLIS, Dec. CO. (By
I. X. S.) X. C. Frettnan, charged
by his wife with (being Indiana state
organizer for the Ku Klux Klan,
will be given a hearing in Juvenile
court here Tuesday, on a charge ot
failure to support his wife and two
children, Merrill, 12, and Kenneth. S.
Freeman, uccordlng to testimony
of Mrs. Freeman, although now
working for an organizations preach
ing 100 percent Americanism, en
deavored to evade the draft when
the war broke out, although at that
time he was not living with her nor
supporting her or her children. At
torneys for Freeman denied that he
had claimed exemption from the se
lective service on false grounds.
Country Church Losing
Out to City and Auto
PLYMOUTH, Ind., Dec. CO. The
country church i losing out to the
city e'difice and the automobile, ac
cording to Miss Marjorie Patten,
representing tho committee on so
cial and religious survey of New
York, addressing a community con
"The farmer and his family prefer
to get into hi flivver and drive s
to 23 mile to the modern, well
heated churches of the'clty to spend
ing a few hours each Sunday In a
poorly-furnished, badly head rural
edMce," she told her audience.
Budget Commission Hears
IX'DrAXAPOLIS, Dec. 30 (By A.
I'.) Tho .state 'budget commission
resumed it.s fe.-sions today and
heard the head of esveral suite de
tpartmemts defend their requests for
appropriations for the next two
year. The 'budget commL-tsion Is
rushing Its work a.s tho law requires
that ins recommendations bo deliv
ered to tht governor not later than
Those appearing . before the com
mission today were: Benjamin J.
Burris, ytato superintendent of Pub
lic Instruction; Arno Butler, secre
tary of the Board of tate Charities;
Adjt. Gen. Harry I. Smith and John
W. McArdle, chairman of tho Pub
lic Bercvice Commission.
State Tax Officials to
Hold Annual Meeting
INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. CO. (By
A. 1.) The annual conference ot
Indiana tax official will "bo held in
the Supreme court room at the state
capitol Jan. 16, 17 and 18, it was
announced today by John J. Brown,
chairman of the state tax board.
Tho conference will include a dis
cussion of taxing laws, appraising
problems and theories of taxation.
While the meeting is primarily for
the state tax board and Tounty as
sessor, it will bo open to other pub
lic officials interested in taxation
prohlems and to the public.
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One s?m them !by appointment
They're risen. It appear..
Ar.d have ibevorre. so they avow
Shod Surface Engineers.
Old 'Rastu Johnson comes no more
To take the cans away,
Or kr.cckt? upon the kitchen door
To seek hid weekly pay.
He's found a mean of getting his
Grand Juror Spies Liquor
Violation; Two Arrested
PEIUT, Ind.. Dec. CO. Pecking
into an ante-room at a local traction
station. George Poggett, member of
the Miami county grand jury. -vv
two men taking drinks from a bot
tle, which subsequently turned cut
to be moonshine wnisky. He .sought
an officer and caused the arrest cf
the men. Jesse Dilly of Peru and
Edward Watson of Rich Valley. Tha
the defendant were sent to Jail for
10 days and fined $10 each.
His card info
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F. n g. n e e r.
Si: TH 1 1 1 FT
:f a good many of
careful! v saved
wa en s:
r,, COMPOUNDED QUAKTTiULY.
For the past 40 years tho Build
ing and Loan Association cf South
Bend lias never paid los than 6
percent money. War Savings stamps
and Bonds placed with us on or be
fore January 10 draw earnings from
January 1. Authorized capital $5.-,
C00, 00. Assets $1,750,000. Sur- i
Plus $.r 0.000. I
216. W- Washington ave., F. M. !
Boone, treasurer. Advt. Cöö.-tf. I
Harpy New Yeai
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Assets $ 1,. of. IK 0.00.
Shirplus $10.000. ..o. 2 1 C W. Wash
ington Ave. F. .NT. Boone. Treas.
a Happy and
V. L. DOUGLAS SHOES Now $6, $7. $8
1915 S. Miami St.
Upon It's Voyage Of
With all Sails set, and firm
ly resolved: To serve you
faithfully and better still,
the Coming Year. To main
tain our leadership in accur
ately interpreting Fashions
Forecasts, but always with
fine discrimination. Not to
voyage into Unknown Seas,
but to steer our ship by
Quality, Fair Prices and
Square - Dealings, those
points of the compass "that
have always held it safely
upon its course of Public
210 South Michigan Street
Dry Agencies to Ask More
INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. CO. (By
A. P.) Irohibition legislation to
reinforce the present dry laws will
be asked of the legislature 'by the
Indiana Anti-Saloon league and the
Woman's Christian Temperance
Union. Three hills .have been pre
pared for the legislature's considera
tion. One would amend the present
law by increasing the penalties to
be imposed on first and second con
vicrfonrt for violation of the act. The
other two bills would enact new
laws, one providing for at least one
year' Imprisonment for unlawful
possession of a. still, and the other
making the transportation of intox
icating liquor In any wagon, buggy,
automobile, water or aircraft a fel
ony, punishable by imprisonment of
from one to five years and a rine ot
not exceeding $1,000. The present
law makes the illocra! transportation
of liquor only a misdemeanor.
WAPSAW, Ind.! Dec. CO. While
digging a grave for his pet -dog,
which was killed Iby an automobile,
K. P. Hank'ins unearthed a human
skeleton on Friday afternoon. Han
kins learned later that the location
was that of a cemetery years and
Fresh Fruit Supreme a-la-Palace
Heart of Celery. Jumbo Olives
Essence of Chicken Palatian
Sea Food. Pattic a-la- Newberg
Roast of Guinea Ham. Virginia
Pineapple Combo. Candied Yams
Cauliflower au Gratin
Special Palitian Ice Cream
FOR THE. NEW YEAR'S DINNER
BRICK ICE CREAM FINE HOMEMADE
0c A BRICK CANDIES
TO INTRODUCE OUR CANDIES
SPECIAL WALNUT ROLL
59c POUND BOX
COR. PALACE BLDG.
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Starts I ucsday,
January 2, 9 O'clock
ODDS AND ENDS
Sec Our Big Ad
on Page 5
DR. F. F. FARVER
407 Citizens Nat'l Bank Bidg.
jj VICTR0LA3 ELB EL BROS, wos o rrry r n ' j s
r'L- C U J J The Reward of 4Good Will" Building for 37 Years r ! M U !
Choose from Hundreds :
of Pianos and Victrolas Ü ! ;
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"When you think of Music jou think of !
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In accordance with our
I alley lo sell only "The
Iks:" we naturally rep
resent these products
which are absolutely
the leaders in the field,
because of their supre
macy of TONE and
(.MrJ.r.it.-.l Oil M.ik-
III! AM BACH
KItAMCII .- BACH
IU pntducing Piams
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A IX) LI AX
WIM" Ik'e.aus after ? ears of vuccosful
retailing of inusiral instruments. c Iiaxo
grown into lln largest retail nMisi Ikium-
in the state of Indiana!
It js- not an i-y task to dominate in jour
particular field to completely outstiij coin
petition to a point where people demand
tin iiuil.es of merchandise u sdl instead
of liaing to coiiince them regarding the
merits of your products.
To do this rjum "square dealing." Cour
tcsy jmiiI Scricv' attciiiptiiii; nccr to dc
strov the ciinhd'-nce of a :iii;Ic customer.
Many temptation- lae he-ct the path of a
gooI meia liaut in lccent eai temptation
to Milist jtiite infeii'tr imitations on which
more profit oiild lie P ared: temptation to
profiteer: teiupfat ion- of all kind- tin.' to
a of or; i ia I com! it ion-.
. HIT for I'.T eais n- ttMtlil
budding bettzin our -eixic:- 1emo.P l.n4
our equip'in nt each .'.car adding cery
c. n enieiu ;:rid. aboxe s.Uin
the r.e-t I let Illlli'iits 111. nie hi that We i.ow
can lionestiy -a
"If jou l;ou''li! it at I.lb'I Pro-. it i
1922 Our Bigges! Year
50 9c Increase
'Our Bewarf! 'for Service and Bdinlniity Is Puhlir Confidence '
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