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DC uc: ""'.'71 .V H THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. OWER QUI! 01 CHEAP NUGHIMES a (c V Much Progress is Made in the Senate When Automobile and Metal Schedules Are Up For Action. - WAS' HINT, TON. Aun. f,. Senat democrats succeeded Tuesday fur the !ir.ct time In sp-edini; up considera tion of th tarii'f hill, making consid erable progress In th" metal schedule despite protests of SVnators Oliver. I?mith of MichUan; Cummins and fc'mnot against many of the rates. Chief opposition centered in the rates on automobiles which the com mittee fixed at 11 -r cent on cars valued at Jl.ooo or l'-ss, ::o per cent on car. valued at more than $1,000. find less than $l,."oo, 4." per cent on cars valued at $1,500 and ovt r and 1.0 per cent on automobile parts. Senators Cummins and "moot both Insisted that the rates on completed cars would be useless, because all foreign cars would be brought in at the ::0 per cent rate, in parts. Sen. Thomas, for the nuance com mittee, said he could see no calamity If all automobiles came in at CO per cent. The other rates, .en. Cummins asserted, were a "mere pretense" and lie advocated a tint duty on all auto mobiles of 17, per cent. Sen. Wil liams remarked "There are a lot of fools in this country that will insist upon completed foreign cars, think ing they are better, and these rates are fixed for them." The rates were not changed. .No Increase- on Iron. Kfforts of ,'cn. Miver also were un availing to increase the rates on iron products. His argument was that bar iron was more costly of produc tion than the conversion of steel from pi' iron. Before consideration of the chedule began Sn. Saulshury of Delaware, discussed the tariff gen erally, predicting success for the bill arid assailing protection and socialism as "Twin evils and ill-omened birds." Sen. IJrandegee Kought to amend the automobile rates by making the rates on chassis equal to the rates on finished cars. 4 5 per cent on chassis of high priced cars and ;u per cent on chassis of cars valued at $1,000 or less than $l.r00 and 10 per cent on chassis of cars valued at less than $1,0h). The amendment was lost 4C to Hi, HHiators Bristow, Crawford, Cronna. Jones, Sherman and Sterling of the minority, voting with the dem ocrats against it. The committee rates were then approved. The i pea cent rate on bicycles anil motorcycles at once was agreed to. Axles at ten per cent, black smith's tools and bolts at ten per cent and nuts and washers at live per cent encountered no effective opposition. Other rates approved were nut locks, -5 per cent; chains of iron and steel, liO per cent; sprocket chains, 25 per cent; welded steel tubes, pipes, etc., L'O per cent; sword blades and side arnu :)0 per cent. An amendment by en. dallingcr to pubstitute the Pnyne-Aldrlch rates for the proposed rates on table knives and such cutlery was voted clown, 4 5 to 17, the committee rates of 20 per cent anil ;!0 per cent prevailing. Sen. Oallinger said that even under the existing rates domestic manufacturers had ditticulty meeting foreign competition. MAN ACCUSED BY GIRLS IS ACQUITTED Chicago Millionaire Produces Alibi Covering Ills Movements I'or the Day. CHICAGO. Aug. . Vigorous de nial of the charges made against him by two little girls was made Tuesday by David Ci. Maxwell, a wealthy box manufacturer on trial before Judge Gemmill. "Their statements are absolutely false." Through his own testimony and that of other witnesses Maxwcil pro duced an alibi covering the entire afternoon and evening of July 29 when he is accused f having taken the girls into the basement of "his fhop. Several witnesses tesfded as to .Maxwell's good wharaeter. Maxwell was acquitted. WANT VOTERS TO PICK THE NEW POSTMASTER With Alleged Announcement That Hell Will he Barred, Trouble Starts Anew. rbKHAHT. Ind.. Aug. f,. With the alleged announcement accredited to a prominent democrat organization leader to the effect that James A. TVU. a well-known anti-organization man would be barred from the com ing democratic city convention, the pest:iVe agitation broke out afresh Tuesday and incidentally the chances for n. united party began to wane still more. "Mark rhy word there is going to be something doing mighty soon." quoth an anti of high standing Tues day. "We have not heard a "thing fro mKep. Barnhart for several days an', if he is letting this matter slide along thinking that we will get whip ped into line, he is mistaken. We are goir.g to have an election for the postma-terhip here or not an anti will support the ticket this Mall." "No postmaster election, no sup port of the city ticket" seems to be the s!ogan of the so-called faction. All Remnants and all of the Broken Lots that are left from THE CHANGE OF MANAGEMENT SALE will be i disposed of regardless of their original value. This Sale begins Thursday at 8 A. M. Get here early for it will be a big day for bargains and the early shop pers get the choice ones. LOT 1 ABOUT 1.000 YARDS CALICO; 5c value, Q3 n per yard O 4u LOT 2 l APRON CHECK GING- f- HAMS per 3p r yard. LOT 3 PILLOW CASES, 42x36 ach g g M at 0 to U for - LOT 4 10c WOMEN'S VESTS; taped neck, Cn each Ou LOT 5 DRESS GOODS REM NANTS of all kinds at HALF PRICE LOT 6 CHILDREN'S RAIN CAPES, with hood; $1.50 u.e: 79c LOT 7 CHILDREN'S BALKAN AND MIDDY BLOUSES sells at 65c, Q Q n LOT 8 WOMEN'S LINGERIE WAISTS, with lace and em broidery trimmed, RQn sells at $1.00 "...OJu LOT 9 CHILDREN'S FINE RIB BED HOSE; all OU, sizes; YlxZc Value . . w "w LOT 10 WOMEN'S FINE GAUZE LISLE HOSE; 15c value, Qp for LOT 11 CHILDREN'S WHITE LAWN DRESSES, embroi ls dered trimmed; sold 7Rp jjj at $2.00 for ' UU LOT 12 TWENTY - FIVE WO MEN'S STREET DRESSES sold at $2.00; choice for 97c LOT 13 FIFTY - SIX STREET DRESSES; sold at $3.00 toi.ce. $1.43 LOT 14 SIXTY STREET DRESS- LOT 15 WOMEN'S 5 CENT HANDKERCHIEFS 0 FOR LOT 16 SHADOW AND LINEN LACE, sold at 20c, Ql choice LOT 17 WOMEN'S DRESS SKIRTS, made of good ma terials; sold at CI Qfl $3.50, for 4-3U LOT 1 8 WOMEN'S 15c VESTS; 9c now for . LOT 19c WOMEN'S 50c UNION fns. 34c LOT 20 WOMEN'S 25c MER CERIZED 1C Mb HOSE, for .LOT 21 WOMEN'S 50c SILK HOSE; black and OCp colors, for Uu LOT 22 WOMEN'S 25c LACE HOSE; assorted Iflp colors, for LOT 23 BEST 10c WOMEN'S BLACK HOSE 7 for ' l LOT 24 CHILDREN'S ARROW BRAND HOSE, IE sells at 25c for . . LOT 25 ALL SILK RIBBON, 22 to 40, per Q yard.. Oh LOT 26 25c MERCERIZED POP LIN, per ICa yard. LOT 27 INFANTS' 10c HOSE black and white, for 5c LOT 28 10c TALCUM POW- ' 5c DER for . LOT 29 MEN'S 75c SUMMER SHIRTS; some coat style; cuffs attached, 39 C LOT 30 ONE LOT CURTAIN SCRIM, with neat border worth 25c a yard 7 C LOT 34 ONE LOT GRASS RUGS size 3x6 feet; worth $1.50 LOT 35 PLAIN WHITE CHINA CHAMBERS with cover worth 50c; for 39c LOT 36 ) LOT 31 One lot slightly soiled LACE CURTAINS that sold up to $1.50 pair ORp for each LOT 32 ONE LOT NOTTING HAM LACE CURTAINS 2'2 yards long. RQp worth $1 pair, for ...Uww LOT 33 ONE LOT REMNANTS, consisting of scrims and Nets, from 2 to 5 yard lengths, HALF PRICE 25c TIN DINNER PAILS large size with patent fas-, tening lid, 21 C LoTsT CLOTHES PINS Hard wood; worth 2c 1a doz., for doz LOT 38 ECONOMY STERILIZ ED TOILET PAPER; worth 5c roll, O p for vJIj LOT 39 One Lot 9x12 ft. Tapes try Brussels Rugs; extra heavy, 9 wire Rugs iT Q "7 C worth $15, for LOT 4; RED & WHITE CHECK TABLE DAMASK, OC 35c value, for t LOT 46 10c HUCK TOWELS good value, for 6y2c LOT 47 SERPENTINE CREPES; worth 20c, 17C LOT 48 Men's Open Mesh and Balbriggan Shirts and Draw ers; all sizes; sells 1 7p at 25c, for ' LOT 56 DIAPER CLOTH 18 inch; 8c yard; 7Kr 10 yards Jb LOT 57 18 INCH LINEN CRASH sells at 10c; for 8iC LOT 53 60 INCH BLEACHED DAMASK; worth 35c yard faT"l LOT 59 LOT 40 MEN'S POROUS OPEN MESH UNION QQn SUITS; 50c for 0 Ob LOT 41 MEN'S 50c UN DERSHIRTS .... 29c LOT 42 BOYS' 50c NEG LIGEE SHIRTS . . . 15c LOT 43 MEN'S GRAY MIXED SOCKS; sells at R 10c; for D LOT 44 ONE LOT WOMEN'S WHITE HAND- 1n KERCHIEFS 1 LOT 49 CHILDREN'S 50c MUS LIN GOWNS; embroidery 35c LOT 50 MEN'S POLICE SUS PENDERS; sells 1 C at 25c 'l LOT 51 MEN'S $1.00 MUSLIN ?WNS ... 69c NAPKINS, each 5c; per doz 55c LOT 60 35c MUSLIN DRAWERS Special for 23c LOT 5 LOT 61 25c BRASSIERES good ?T!ity: 1 7c LOT 62 25c CHILDREN'S MUSJ LIN GOWNS for 18c LOT 63 MEN'S 10c WHITE HANDKERCHIEFS for 6c TT fi M2k LOT 53 MEN'S BLUE AND RED 5c HANDKER- 0 CHIEFS for 3c i ! in ni ,T 54 MEN'S 25c SILK TIES Special 15C LOT 55 MEN'S 50c NEGLIGEE g;mTS 29c 50c DRESSING SACQUES for 27c LOT 64 CHILDREN'S DRESSES 75c value ; sizes Q Q n 2 to 14 LOT 65 CORSET COVERS 25c value, 1 5 C LOT 66 75c MUSLIN GOWNS embroidery trim- AQn med, for In certain circles it was stated that the ticket offered by the organiza tion would not be supported in any event. 41 YtARS OLD AQU On Savings f,CtL Deposits. 70 South Band National Bank- aU'ITAL 3umLvs i:arm:d DIVIDENDS PAID . 3100,000 , 100.000 . 409,300 BUSINESS MEN WILL AID IN HOME COMING ELKHART. Ind.. Auc. 6. A home coming week project, advanced by thftWlllij? concert band, was Kiven a decided boost Tuesday night when the Elkhart Business Men's associa tion decided to co-operate with the musicians and make the event one of the most notable in the history of the city. It is probable that the last week in September .vill bo the date of the t-veiit. A band tournament, water carnivals, sports of all kinds and nu merous other good things are on the program. MISSING GIRL FOUND IN A VACANT HOUSE Hid in Closet Sunday and recently Varnished Door Refused to Olen. CHICAGO, Auc. 6. After beins locked in the closet of a vacant house for nearly 1- hours. tlve-year-oid Annie Newman was released from her prison Tuesday afternoon. She was so weak from the want of food that it is feared she will die. Their was a belief that she had been stolen by gypsies. Together with several playmates, the child was playing "hide and seek" on Saturday afternoon in a vacant house, four doors from her home at East Chicago. Ind. She hid in the closet and closed the door which had been recently varnished. She was found by a real estate agent I Brakeman Elmer Child:? of Moulton, were seriously injured. About two miles north of Runnels the train struck the animal, which apparently was asleep on the track. who was showing prospective buyers through the house. The door had stuck and the girl had been unable to open it. BULL ON THE TRACK DERAILS THE TRAIN Two Men Are Killed and Two Others Injured in Accident Near Des Moines. DES MOINES, la,. Aug. 6. Two men were killed and two were in jured when a bull on the track caus ed the derailment of - train near Runnels. Ia.. Tuesday. Henry Eang Des Moines, fireman, and Arthur Cobb. Moulton, a brakeman, were those who met death. Engineer Frank Eewman and I CAUGHT INAIR BRAKES FT. WAYNE, Ind., Aug. 6. While at work beneath an engine in the Pennsylvania round house here Tues day evening. Anthony Radzae, 21 a boiler washer, bumped against a valve that opened the tank that controlls the air brakes and he was (aught and crushed between the st-l bars that operate the brakes. He was dead before other workmen, hear ing his screams, could reach the en gine and release the brakes. SOME NEWS NOTES. Quick job printing office. H. A. Pershing, 230 S. Mich st. Aoom 0. Davles' Iaundry. Both phones. Lesli the optician. .101 S. Mich. st. Dr. Stoeckley, Dentist, nil J. M. S. Rubber Stamp- and Alphabets made by II. A. Pershing 2'JJ S. Mich. st. Room WaNh & Best. Dentist, Room 6. J. M. S. Bldg. SAILORS DIRECTORS. Lucius Hubbard, Haven Hubbard. JljTon Campbell, Marvin Campbell George Wyraan, Fred H. Badet, Arthur L. Hubbard. ftrornpt. courteous treatment to all, from all, alwaya. Ai (JU on Savings Ia (Jf yo Deposits qjo 41 YEARS OLD JUDGE WALKER IS DEAD INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. An p. 6. Judpe C. Walker. 75 .years old, a for mer judpe of the Marlon county su perior court and a prominent repub lican, diil at his home here Tues day. Mr. Walker came to Indianap olis in 1ST.1. He had previously lived in Richmond. Ind., and served two terms as a member of the state .eg islature. During the time he was a member of the legislature Mr. Walker was chairman of the Judiciary commit tee and was intluential In the revision ut the divorce laws of tho state. Cook The Sibley Way Sibley Fireless Cooking Gas Ranges ! Cut KitchenExpenses In Two , J1 OCAL pride should center in the forthcoming Chautauqua here. It is really notable event and its success will mean much to the future of this county. Everybody should be a booster Great Dollar ale One Dollar do-A-n and One Dollar a week will buy any article in our store up to $25 These terms arc for a ) limited time onlv.