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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
Tirnisn.W. rKnnrAiiv s, mn A r r r I News of Interest SOCIALEVENTS. As an expression of r,;ard and of apprc elation of h r thr -e year presi dency of tho 1'ollsh Iiiie.s' Falcons Z. H.tlkkl No. I. members of the so ciety l.i.-i ca.rrie.1 (,ut a ,ry pleasant surprise up'n Mr. Yeron.ca r:oz;l'( howska. at the '.. It. hall. A company of 4.". was present and was eni'Ttainc r with ymes arid dancing. Mrs. Kozploehowska w;h presented with a 1 -in t i f ul lavallicre and a bou u! t of carnations. The pre.- -illations were made )v Mis Helen ind'Wicz and 1 1 1 1 1 - MicH' ; Marie Ko.-uou .-l.a and IJalhina I:yhicl;a. lief ra hiii.-nts v.eie s.-rve.l during th" evening by Mi..-s Wanda and Heh n Ifojewlcz and i:-;irat KozeUKk. Mui; for tro dan - w.ts; f ur iii.-'htl J.y rn.f. u. rfow.-ki. A first annua! ball was jrivei. last -vning at Ki.--fiuzkn hall on S. rhfillh 6t.. r.y the Y:ini: People's so- -lety of the .Ft. .taiiilaus church. About SO couples v. re present. Re freshments vtrf served at lo:::f o'clock. i:ib.-i Uro.--.' orchestra fur- Lished tliu nni-i!. The - r is s of the f-enir and Junior classes of the Polish Iadits' Falcons V.. I.'alieki No. 1. will 1... held Friday ew-nirt; at 7 (' luck at the Z. I. hall n W. hivision si. DEATHS. ri;ri:n i jlaiiz.iw l- M;i:Vl i ' ill i"ni'MMi ill 1 ' JIM lv ll Lilt" HiUIIr r" his parents. .Mr. ami Mrs. Victor Marszal. 121'.', N. Napier St., after an illness of throe months from a com plication of diseases. Mr. Mars.al was born in South Pend Oct. Is, 1 vs s. i'or til past 11 ears h has been employed at the J. T. Ni-.;d.ki ciar factory. He is survived by a wif-. Iled v Ik', and me daughter 1 l nr b'tta ; and by liv? bi rd hers ari'i on sister: Jidis!aus. A l-.and-r. Stanislaus, ltoleviau, Pla.ej and Mrs. Lillian Zakrzew sk.L. lie was a ni-mbcr of the St. 1 'loryan's Voun Men's so- iety and the Cipar Makers' union. The funeral v. ill b. held Saturday morning at ! o'clock from St. Hed v, ie's cliurch. Purial will be made in the Cedar drove cmet"r. SOCIAL i:TATS. The senior and junior exercising classes of tlie INdish Falcons M. Ko mantwski will hold their regular ex ercises Friday evening at S (t'clock at the Ivosciuczko hall. MARKETS. i.ivi: ro( k. PMmN STiK'K VAlihS. in.. IYI.. Jb.-s l:eipfs LlMK'O; li. il kH la. liitTlier. Mixed and lumber ...".'ip.1'; u'n.. d li'-av ..".( ', i s.i ;o ; n-urh ln-avy s. :;',;. : ; li-lit .'S'j "". ; llfs- 'i.i e ; iwik S. "rt ..v.. ( '.tit I" Ib.vipt ."..."4h: iii.-irki't stroiiir. lo- ldli-r. St'.'.ti (i U'.tt ; cows and beif.-p s.:. s.:ui ; vtoeker :;nd feel-rs N; tntfil S.OO ; ,;ies S.T." ril 1 O.L'.'i. Slieep -Ke. eip:s U.OO ; ni;irk't steady. Nativ na-i west'-ra ' tJ ot.i ; kmibs G.- PAST P. I" I 1'AI.n. Pel.. ."..-C.inl." Ke e i.ts 1C4 ji-:ul ; ni:irket ;i''UV and te oly. steers .v'. iKCf a.'.o ; lui her grades oo(,j S.. '. C;iies I-eiit ."u li.ol: market at'live ittel steady. u 1 1 t -lii-e .i; (NCj pj o. .lic-ji aiid 1 u.iN - lb-ieipts ;.(' he ad; market, lamb-; s!.v. Pk- lower. Choice ianiN 7."'i..': cud to fair '1.70; ciirUnrs S'.O" k,; 7.O0 ; Leep Hos Kceipt 1 .7 k ; "l.irkct active 10 1."h higher. ork'Ms Mi.im'ijli.l."); I. "i; mi'il ...( i '..(."; Iieavy S.'.o'(; 0i ; Ioiu'h $7..'.o-', s..".o; stas ?ij..VK7.l)0. " ITITSl'd P ; I f . IV!,. Cattle- Supply iibt; li.(rket steady. Clioiie Ss.iil'fi v.'mj ; pi laie ..a-'KMii; -o.mI .vs.oo- s.i'o ; tidy LntcherK S7.7.".'. s. 7, ; fa Ir .S7.1i"u 7.7a ; coin litoa ?(' .".nw 7.(c, ; comiiion to .tod fat bulls N V 4u,r T.oo : onniion lo jro.nl fat. inv.s S.",.f.O ' T- h ; J, if.T s. s .oi ; fr-!i coAvs and NprinK'Ts .vhnc,js, . p; ,.;,u,. struck I !..; Ji-:i.v ;i;nl thin itiIvcm "T.ti'i MK. f.ej atid !am! Siipoly liu'lit ;' market sread . rrm.e w'ih.-i-s S.'.To'.n'. ): uo.l nil'.i ', i.",. 70 ; f.dr tn! ! . . 7." r ;..-" : . UN ar 1 c, nun . 1 s . (h, : ;; lamb.s s.a , e-eints TO (loutoe d'vt : market' 1 ioi" -1: 1,U h. - l'rt.,.. V, vw i.o.t r v .-... . . o , ;-,.', I'M' 11 .- . . . .. . l.. . 1 II IJ 1 ....'. ! !O0- Jo-jivy yorkeis Jx.'.O'.j'.unt: Ite-tit vurk er ss ..,,; ... o; jij-s .-s.7:.'.'..0t; roughs .V. '. VJ,.; sta g's S7.it i 7.2... INDIAN PHTdS. p,.h. r..--Hotrs-i:e- c-iprs ...i-o. Mirk.t M'.1.n hicliT. P.ti '"'K'! vs -,,i; lii-ni.N s.7o; iiirs s7.r4K.7s 00 Pulk Xs.T''. Cattle - Kcc, ipts S4K. M crk.-t 1fk, hlcher. hoi.-e f,"rivy M.vrs ? Cm e,; s.-j.-, ; jclit steers! N7lKt,;7.S; heifers Si'. 2o',;7 tV. : C..WN .4.tc Ui...... 1. nils . o', .. :o ; ealveM $'V."o. 11. .".. She,;. i:. !s ;h . Mnrk.t strlllv. 1 r:;ae s.;v; '.'.t); la::.!-s .",.( o ,j 7.7,, NATIONAL STOCK VAPD. Ill, IVh - attle KccvlpN l.,oo.. '.i.ol'ldli: out kerrx. Market M:nnr. Native eef .!!-, st ." '.'. 'jr. , -..v. s and I:ifer S.2."r Jih kcrs nr.d f ed.s 00;, 7 .('. n 'jr. ; Te.-s m.-tn s.-,.7:.r.ivoo: eon m nu h.-ifers . 1 O'. J l,.Oi I. ' ' 11-'-- -HiMfipU Mi; r...uket loTbV bicker. Mixil Ss.7jc .70 ; i;..,..) Ss o--(S . 7-.; roue:, ss l.hivr:,; hck: I'U'h ,.! .vj.-,; bulk ..,. 'tr.. She-p Ko.-.-i.fs !.:.": ir-irlot str-r"-lunttor.s . o ,.;.-,) ; v.-:.r!i:i -s .ef 7 i v b:;abs .'S7 o"'' 7.7' ' - . II IC (.0 l'KO IsiOW in ;., iv;.. i:,:r:,r i:,.;eij,s .-, i o .t.e. i - .... ... .... et I :t. paekir;- Sfo.-k Lggs Heieipts 7. 7." 7 e.i. . Current '. eipif. .rl i'iary tl-v fi-. .. extra ."o.-.4: .iiVti.''-i"7-M.'' !i-ese --Twij's ,i (Ujev t U. . , T-..'. a;i:c Ana-rN rt 7 I. he j.aair-y r-: f.'.-T sj.r;-i 1 r- rotate.- I: ' ei;trv leJ;-!i. kM v : " -: '. i .v rinc i.o (.i: in. :.. i-..-: vs tl, vv; .,, 'r:i May , t- .: '.. . :t- M ,y p. fork Miy s.-f.vj. 4 l- tr.l ;;1y H.!7: .T:;:v ?n -K:'- - May Ml t;7; J(ih MJ s 1 r c : ;j:..t v.,t ry: July 'v t.iK::'' "M l f-'J e; July ,.V. May j li : v S;a. I! ;: ?K''' J-ii ::rLf lii'- -M,:r .:i.To: J::k ?!l.s... sum: n i : 1.3 lUi lrr 1 101 1: an 11 1 r.K.n. (Correeted Psily ly Kt.oMoci A tJlnz. KyirnaiVr Are.) t''U mil 1 I'l'Mir l.uTinf ur-eit at . u.a'0.. ... t . hi -l.-. Titrl.'M, pay. if C to '. -in-e-e t; seltng. -J-- , y:--; out ffc, re:aili!i: at ;."; re. t': tore, bujin jit 7r. sa li:: t TO.-. I'Ol'I.TKY AM) MKATS. (CorrccU-J l.iil by tf.e IVrn.iell ilarkrt. N. Main Kt.) l'nultry Spri:,,j ;.( tea. pnylrg 2'-'.c Mrt Ket i'.l : Ved. ' Jt)- to :a.- re-jr'd Ta-eL. in- t Uri.'lt; .fa..,. ; '.. rffr l.nii'. ;i.V' to '(; be, r ro:it, to 1UV; Lolling tt-cf, li; Vj Jiv; lurd, l.- i,kci To Polish Citizens PERSONALS. Stuni.-laus Zarnowski. v ho ha.s been here for a few flays on business, loft Tuesday evening for Ids- home In I-ajH rte. Mrs. Stephen Aupustyn returned Tuesday afternoon to Chicago aft r a week's lsit with S.-iitli It nd rela tives. J,adis!aus Fisher returned from Ra cine, Wis., where he ha:-? been for the pa;-t few weeks. .Mrs. Anna Moraczewska. 110 Cherry st., who has been priously ill at the ct. Joseph hospital for several week. has rverl and left the liuspital Tuesday. John Kwiatecki of Michigan City, la here, on business. John (Jraczowski left th moraine for hi.- home In Chic;iKi. Joseph Tynmiak, 101o . Indiana av.. left Wednesday evf-ninj; for a vis it in ( lary and Joliet, 111. oit(;.M7.i: xi-nv cri:n. The ladies of the :-t. John's Can tills society met at the library room of the society Wednesday evening and organized a younp women's club un der the name of the Pros revive club. The meeting ua.s opened by an ad dress by Mi-s Lottie Sznlewska. after which a Kfnertl discussion of the plans for the club were talked over. The purpose of the club is to meet every Wednesday evening and devote i.if.t rf itL- t! m a tn flirt aj 1 1 rl r rf tVlf P(dish literature and to upend even- iriKs in a social time. WILL 1IONOK KISCirsZKO. The arrangement committees of the United societies of the Polish Falcons in South IJend will meet Fridaj' even ing at K o'clock at the Koscluszko hall on S. Chapin st. Plans will be com pleted for the commemoration ser vice in honor of Thadeuw Kosclirszko. the Fjrc.nt Polish patriot and champion of the Revolutionary war, to be plven by the various nests of the Polish Fal cons. Sunday evening, March 1, in the St. .Stanislaus hall. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Szvman?ki, l..lt "V. Fisher St., son. Feb. 4. Lam, 20c to 40c Oysters, 40c to COo quart TALLOW AND IHOnS. (Corrected I Hill v Ty S. V. LIppman, 210 N. Main St.) Tallow Roupli. Ce to 2M,.; renderexl. No. 1, iY?c to TeVje; No. 2. r,n.c to 4Y2c. Illilm No. 1 preen hides. 11c to 12t; curel, calf akin, V'iz to 17c; wool, 17c to 20o. PROVISIONS. (Corrected Pally by P. V. Mueller, 21(5 E. .ferTeron Blvd. l rult Oranges, per Cftfc, ?3.00: sellinp at EOe to Jc pfr loz. Pernor., per case, $t.50; elllntr at 'M to -I0- per doz. Pananas, luj Inp 7."rc to $J per bunch. Cauliflower, buy Xug'S'l per kz; selling. to 2."o each. Vegetable New cabbage, payinp 2c prr pound; selling at 4c. Potatoes, 70c! per bu.; nellin;r at 2."c per peck. Iliittrr and Krk Country butter, py Injr 2T,e to r.(V; selling. 27e to ST. Cream cry. CCc. Pggs. strictly fresh, paying 2c Fellingr 40c. HAY, STRAW ANT PFED. (Correc-ted Daily by the Wctdey Miller Flour & Peed Co., 420 S. Miohlpan at.) H.'iy. pay in? $12: sell In f? at -514 to $P. Sraw paying 7 An), selling at S0e per bale. Old corn, paying per bu.; gelling att.V; tu 70c ier bu Oats pcying 4k per bu., B'IliiiK nt 47c toaOi' pr bu. Clover seed, lng at 47e to U)r per bu. Clover seed, pay- pa3iiii; 7.."0 per bu. LIVK STOCK. (Corrected Dally by .Major Iro, S. Logan Street.) Heavy fat steers, live cwt.. $t5.00 to $7.2."; dressed. $12.fO to $12.50. Feeders. $o.7r to H-k7.. Lambs on foot, $o.tH) to JfUJ.uO; dressed, 10e to 14e. Hops, 1C0 to 200 lb.. 7.75 to ?S.00; 200 to ;;oo lbs., $7.10 to CS-UO. si:lds. (Corrected Dallv by Warner Bros. Sel :o., 114 P. Wayne St.) Seeds Timothy pnyinj: $2 por bushel, eellitiir at L'.oO. lit-d clover, paying $7 to $S, s i i :c i a t j i 1 r.i n snanov 01 ITILITY" UFA KIISIHLF, PUKSSFX 1 The 'Utility" is a decidedly wear- ..1.1.. i.-... ..i v,.,.. --.-. v. .win,; umi Jiw UIM Reversible works. Demonstration L'ndermnsliii section take tho Main Aisle elevator. Advt. The Kllsworth tore. Testimonial From High Authority i fr? A T BAKER! PTOEM Scms little time apo I made a careful study and Investigation of the baking powder subject and I feel fully repaid. am tirmly convinced from the results I have received that there is no baking powder to equal Calumet for wholesomenesa and economy, and I also recommend Calumet Baking Powder for its never failing results. December 9. 1913. Mrs. Betty Lyler Wilson. Calumet also received the Highest Awards at tho World Pure Food Exposition, Chicago and Paris, France, 1912. When our lady representative calls, let Tier prove to you the purity, wholesomeness and economy of Calumet Baking Powder. It's real merit will interest you. i WUMAN WANT: TO HELP OTHER By Telling HowLydia E.Pink ham's Vegetable Compound Restored Her Health. Miami, Okla. "I had a female trouble and weakness that annoyed me continually. I tried doctors and all kinds of medicine for several years but was not cured until I took Lydia E. Pinkham'3 Vegeta ble CorrpouncL I hope my testimonial will help other suf fering women to try your wonderful medicine." Mrs, Mary R. Miller, Box 453, Miami, Okla. Another Woman who has Found Health in I.ydia K. IMnkhaiuN Vegetable Compound. Lindsborg, Kansas. " Some years c0 I suffered with terrible pains in my Bide which I thought were inflammation, afco with a bearing down pain, back ache, and I was at times awfully ner vous. I took three bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and am now enjoying good health. I will be glad to recommend your medicine to any woman suffering with female trou ble and you may publish this letter." -Mrs. A. L. Smith, Pw. No. 3, Box CO, Lindsborg, Kansas. If you have the slightest doubt that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound will helpyouywrito to Lydia K.PinkhamMcdicineCo. (confidential) Lyim,Mass.,f or ad vice. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman, ;;nd held in strict confidence. MISS CLARK HAS PART OF GODDESS OF WISDOM WASHINGTON', Feb. Z. Miss Gen evieve Champ Clark has been selected to take the part or the. Goddess of Wis dom, Pallas-Athene, In the prreat pageant drama "The Firo Regained," which will bo given hero in June. The cast for tho pageant will num ber 2,000 and will consist of members of society from Baltimore, Washington and Philadelphia. Sydney Hirsch. the author, has been in Washington for the last month looking for a subject for tho leading part and selected Miss Clark as soon as he saw her. "No other girl I have ever seen," he said, "will fill the role as well as Miss Clark. Her face la beautiful and full of intellect. And she has a tall stat uesque figure." Edgar It. Finney of Muncie is the guest of relatives and friends in the city for a few days. He is on his way to San Francisco where lie is to he employed in one of tho depart ments in charge of the exposition in PJ15. . MASONIC. Stated meeting of South Bend lodge No. 2 94, F. & A. M.. Friday evening, Feb. r., 1914, at 7:0. Visiting Breth ren fraternally invited. John F. De Haven, W. M. Richard J. Genge, Secy. Adv. NFAV TAItrFF SAM PI J: IjIXKS AT KLLSWOKTirs. famplei Linens Tables Cloths, Nap kins, Towels and Fancy Linens sent by foreign manufacturers to thtdr agents In this country. Sample lines let In as soon as the new tariff law went Into effect. Special (Sale now on Obvious Savings. Advt. The Ellsworth Ftore. SI IT ON ACC'OUXT. Suit for $125 on account was filed in tho superior court Thursday by Sulzberger Sr Sons Co. of America nrninst Christopher Seifert. 4 Mrs. Wilson of Nashville, Tenn., is famed the vorld over for her wonderfully delicious cakes. They are shipped to all parts of the Globe for special affairs where the best of Cakes are demanded. This year, as in former years, Mrs. Wilson enjoys the distinc tion of making the President's Christmas Cake, using Calumet Baking Powder. Mrs. Wilson's Baking Motto is: "To have complete success with no failures, care should be used in selection of Baking Powder." l i JUDGING CHICKENS FRIDAY Poultry Judge Making Desper ate Effort to Finish Work of Awarding Ribbons at Local Show Thursday's Winners. Thusday s a busy day at the poultry show. The poultry judgo was up to his neek in work, as he is mak ing an etiort to get all the entries judged by Thursday evening. It i s probable that the entire work of jmlping will not be completed until Friday noon, however. On Wednesday everdng tho incuba- tor full of iz& in the section of Paul Hciomann, secretary of the associa tion, hatched out, The full setting with tho exception of three or four oggi, hatched. This was remarkable, in view of the fact that the eir&s were carried two miles from Heicrmann's place without injury. Below is a list of Thursday. morn ing's prize winners: S. C. Brown Leghorns. Hens, lirst, A. F. Nimtz; pullets, first and second, C. A. Byers; third, C. J I. Rhodes. S. C Bvff Leghorns. First cock and tfrst and second hens, J. A. Krisor and Son?, Schermerville. III.; cockerel, llrst. second and thir, H. T. Reynolds; fourth, A. L. Peterson, Michigan City; pullets, J. A. Krizon and sons, first; H. T. Reynolds, sec ond, third, fourth and fifth. S. C. Buff Orpingtons. Barton Bros., lirst and fourth cock; Valley Poultry Farm, second cock; J. H. Avery, third cock; hens. Valley; Poultry Farm, lirst and fourth; Par-j ton Bros., second, third ana hitn. Cockerels, Parton Hros., first; Val ley Poultry Farm, second and third; F. J. Stamp, tilth pullets; Valley Poultrv Farm, lirst, second, third and fifth; J. H. Avery, fourth. Partridge Plymouth Itocks. Cocks, C. 12. Pateo and Son, first: hens, C. E. Pattec, lirst, second, third and fourth: It. F. Kries. fifth; cocker- els, C. E. Patec and Son, first and third: W. 71. Barnhart, second; pul lets, C. E. Patee and Son, first, second, fourth and fifth; W. H. Barnhart, third. S. C. Blaek Minorca. F. C. Gabriel, first cock; all ribbons in hens; first, second, third and fifth in cockerels; first, third, fourth and fifth In pullets; J. S. Keating, fourth cockerel and second pullet. Black Leghorns. All prizes went to Dr. C. W. John son, of Iawton, Mich. It. C. Black Minoreas. C. Westwood, first, and C. R. Nimtz, second. Barred Plymouth Kovks. Cocks, six entered W. C. Cauffman. Benton Harbor, first; A. D. Hersh man, Medaryville, Ind., second; John A. Dosmann, Mishawaka, third; C. A. Ileyers, city, fourth and fifth. Hens, nine entered Ralph Ly click, city, first; Frank Gunther, jr.. Milwau kee, second; Lydick, thrrd; Cauffman, fourth, and Dosmann, fifth. Cockerels, 14 entered Gunther, first: Cauffman, second; Hershman, third, and H. B. Thompson, Roches ter'. Ind.. fourth and fifth. Pullets, 20 entered Thompson, first; Lydick, second, third and fourth, and Cauffman, fifth. Whito riyniouth Roeks. Cocks, five entered Li. II. Hill. Jackson, Mich., first; T. and Ij. Booth, Michigan City, second; F. A. Payette, Mishawaka, third and fourth; C. M. Bill. River Park, fifth. Hens, 11 entered Hill, first and third; Payette, second, fourth and fifth. Cockerels-, 13 entered Hill, first A Ladies Waists, A If iff D SAIF Beginning Saturday, Feb. 7th, V Wratci this newspaper Friday night for prices. J Just Around the Corner Off JvIichiganStreet Out of the High Rent District Jl ISC AGAIN FRIDAY It brings people to this store from all over the news of great things we are doing is spreading about No matter how tine the quality of goods is, no matter how stylish, nor how desirable, if it is an odd size or a short length, it is" classed as a remnant J and its price immediately loweerd. Every department in the store nas some one,two or three specially interesting Remnant Bargains. And it will pay yon well to come "and join the crowds of money-savers. 15c Ginghams 32 inches wide Amoskeap: Dress Ginghams, chks, plaids, etriper;. Remnant lav 3 Yards for 21c. MILL REMNANTS Sensation Follows Sensation! Women's and Misses' $10 Coats Luckily for the woman or Miss who has put off buying a winter coat till now. Such a great saving opportunity. Such a chance, to get a styiisn coat at Jess than cost. One lot of conts that a s. sold up to $10, in ail this season's best cloths. Rem- r O nant Da- ij B ODD BOYS' COATS, 5c TOILET FPER Large roll of Sanitary Toilet paper; the kind you pay 5c for. Remnant Day 4 Rolls For 9c. J j M i ODD BED SPREADS, COUCH COVERS AND Notions atms tip U ?k One tug lot jf notion to .lose out while they last . . , lc and third; Payette, second, fourth and fifth. Pullets, 21 entered Hill, first, third and fifth; T. and L. Rooth, second; Booth, fourth. AWliito Wj an (lottos. Cocks, six entered R. C. Kger, city, first: Fred J. Sack, city, second: John Marker. Bremen, third; Sack, fourth, and Marker, iifth. lk-ns, nine entered Sa-k, first, seo and and third; Albert IVrlick, city, fourth, and Eger, fifth. Cockerel-, six enterec Marker, first: Sam'l Applepate, fify, i?eeond; H. L Briggs, Berrien Springs, third; Rger, fourth, and Briggs, fifth. Pullets, 13 entered Marker, first; Briggs, second; Marker, third; Per lick. fourth, and Briggs, fifth. AVhito leghoms Single Comb. Cock, two entered urfas and Stage, first; StudeLakers, second. 1 ' Sui Hats, 1 1 2 ir- A L3 U , ii. 'm. 1:3 LET NOTHING KEEP YOU AWAY IS OUR WEEKLY M H 75c Lace Curtains Nottingham In-e Curtains in white and ecru. One lot to close out. Remnant Day 1 Fain for 37c. OF TABLE LINEN. SUITS, PANTS, WAISTS. $3 DRESS SKIRTS One lot of "Women's and Misses' AVool Dres skirts that sold up to $;:. Remnant Pay $3 Value For $1.40. Hens, eight, entered .7. Mdntyre, South Bend, lirst; Studebakers. sec ond; Surfas and Stage, third. and Hill, fourth and fifth. Cockerel, five entered B. C. Mar tindale, city, first; Mclntyre, second; Studebakers. third and fourth, and Surfas and Sago, fifth. Pullets, 10 entered Martindale. first and second; Mclntyre. third ami fourth, and A. B. Biekelhaupt, citv. fifth. Whito Orpiimton.s SinIo ()inls. Cocks, seven enter. d AVilliam H. Cordier, eity. first; Perllck, scond; J. D. Emmiins-, city, third: AY. F. Km mons. Berrien Springs, fourth, and Fnd C. Img. Fort Wayne, fifth. Hens. 1." entered B M. Long. Os ceola, first; Cordier. second and third; AV. F, Kmmuns, fourth; :. ;' J.ong. fifth. Cockerel Rev. Pre?tm Polhemus, ,n a ji i . i m . Uj M 'J Vn Hi! J 1 ... 2 A V H u Coats, Dresses hoes. E. Jefferson Blvd. South Bend jftZZf f t i V ;5T. r .4 SVC -V -A DIAPER CLOTH 2i) inches: wide, savitaiy and Aery afiorhent ou;lit Di.ipcr 'loth. Limit 10 yards 'ton :!-tom-r. 10 Yards For 59c. LACE CURTAINS Kimona Material I u ( 1 i ii !'!. K ! 1 1 1 1 i , i 1 "!a n io I. ; 1 "m :i! d in! Osceola, first; Cordier. hen.us. third and !".;: fifth. I'ulleTs. ei.J... . ,j 4 Long, .'(cond; Tolh. :u,i. fourth: Long. :,fth. "oil: Pol ideb,-; k i'1' i.li'r. rs? : l Li! -1 .Uld VOKK. i:Vy lime a man i.'i.s a tirioK .m- . j i ; i ; t w i f i twue as nsueh a- !) m-'-ikk the drink." d.lari-d .la f... Lr -!:. alt' r he ban' s'-iit. n ed "rank ": Way t j.ii! lr t-n !av - e.;, eharg' i:" d r un k en n' s-- a?.i !!:: support. S.L1 ' OP TP! DRFSSI N FOR WOM- i:, m i ssi is and i iiiLimi:. Tub tlrf'ssi s for Hrms" an ) .ti t Wear no 'A selling at less than it vo-;M eo a you to make them. Advt. The LUvorth Sioje. ,4 .1 e. d it f. 1. i i I ; i f-vl 5 f 1 J A I'V - 10 Ax. M. Irl m ; LI 1 J ? el M 1 ( "i i . i! a I J I