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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
rriND.w, MAiim 21. 1011. 11 5 STANDARD ISSUES 0 CITIZENS SIGN ECLHTij 10 FEEL LIKE SPRING GUT IT FORCES Big Mass Meeting at Y. M. C. A. Addressed by Aaron Watkins and Father Kubacki on Prohibition. ; Advance in Northern Pacific Carries Price up Three Points Indications Point to a Better Market From Now on. "No polUir.il party not declaring for t!i" destruction of the liquor trallic n huvo my hu pport or vote." This was the declaration signed by ni'rf than rjo outh P-end citizens -Monday w heti steps u -rc taken to co operate with the nation wide plan., made l..y William Mi.tw. general sec retary of the Cnitcd Society of Chris lion Kmloavors, to enroll r.0(H,000 voters against the liquor traflic. It is the j.lan of tho leaders to ob tain th- names of 5,0 00.000 voters on a petition and to take it before tho national politic.il organizations and de mand that tiio prohibition plank be insert, d in the politlcul platforms be lore the next national election. The list was presented at the banquet at the V. -M. C. A., in the evening when Aaron S. Watson, twice a. candidate for president of the United States on the prohibition ticket, was the prin cipal speaker. It v ill be circulated in South llend In an effort to increase this number to 5,000. Kev. John Kubacki of St. Adal bert's PolNh Catholic church was the iirt speaker of the evening, lit; laid special emphasis on the need of pro hibition to tiie foreiKner, and asked that an effort be made to protect them from this environment. Say Tariff No Isut. Watson declared that the tariff question was not a bi issue in a na tional election and said that it neer will bo solved until it is placed in the hinds of experts who regulate it aside from politics. He said that it is used as bait by the politicians, but that it i3 of very little consequence to to citizens (if the United States. He said that the liquor problem was a question that touched on tho morals ' pew high figure or the nation- as well as great eco nomic, dillieulties. That the matter is nation wide and that the same ar guments tit every locality, was the as sfrtlona of the speaker when he de elared that the liquor problems do not hav to be altered to tit different communities as he said tariff ques tions do. The following were elected as dele gates to the state convention from this, county: J. M. Jolly, William Maurer, T. C Barnes. H. V. Wertz. Kev. F. o. Spitler, I. H. Scoffern. W. I . Hulla, Jessie I'.arnes. II It. Wat kins. I-:. 1j. lUommedieu. J. C. IJay, William Conover. Kev. Is. Newman, -Mrs. K. C. Kailsl-ack, -Mrs. T. H. Scof fern. Prof. 15. K. Thomas, Kev. 1'res ton I'olhamu, Archie Williams. Mrs. Staples. 1-iovd r.unch, firover White man, J;: mes Strope. Mast Ib-njamin, Amsey Thomas. S. H. McQuillen, Dr. A. H. Ilunstingor. The countv committee chosen is headed by William Maurer, chairman; .1 M. Jolly, secretary, and K. I Wirt, .treasurer. T. C Harries presided as chairman of the convention, and J. M. Jolly acted as secretary. The paMy fs planning a vigorous ampaign in the county and in the state, as indicated by the resolutions eommittee, which reported late in the day. Kev. S. . Spitler, . A. Sparks and T. Karnes constituted the reso lutions committee. iiy iii:o.i).y WALL. NUW YORK. March 24. Spring made its first appearance in the stock market today. Like a burst of warm Minshine standard issues rose follow ing an advance in Northern Pacific that carried the price from 113 1-8 to 116 3-4. For weeks past this stock has been under pressure from sales by a commission house that have amount ed to 2 3.000 shares. This liquidation apparently ceafed today and a sharp rally resulted, brining to life the old rumors that the C. H. & Q joint 4's would be retired and Northern Pacific receive its share of the profits. Opening prices were a disappoint ment. Commission houses were not buyers and the market dragged al though London took a fair amount of Union Pacific, .Steel and Amalgamated Copper. With a new settlement under nay at London, it was disclosed that a a considerable short interest existed in American stocks. Purchases amounted to 10.0C0 shares. Steel acted badly. After opening at 04 7-8. the price slid off to Gl and on strength In the general list later in the day rose to Ci 3-8 only to slump a 1-2 point Just before the close. Quiet selling is apparently going on under cover. While reports of the steel business are frequently no criterion for stock market prices, trade condi tions do not appear to be favorable. St Paul, Northern Pacific preferred. Southern Pacific and LeTilgh Valley moved up readily a point or more. Pennsylvania showed heaviness. Paltimore and Ohio advanced from 90 .",-4 to i2 1-2 in spite of an unfavor able showing in earnings for Febru ary. With a cross decrease of $l,02tf, 000. net earnings lost $42."i,000. During the month the amount set aside for upkeep decreased $500,000 and taking the earnings for eight months there is a gross decrease of $1,929,000 and an increase In cost of conducting transportation $1.7S4,000. general jeatner sold at ob a A dividend of 1 per per cent will round, out the 4 per cent anticipated. Guggenheim Exploration was firm with an advance to hi 3-s. Copper stocks were hardly more than steady and Westinghou?e dropped a point. Kumely issues lacked importance. A floor leader had little difficulty forc ing the common down to 10 1-2. Uonds were active and firm. Urok ers reported Considerable increase In inquiry over the week end. The buy ing demand for investment issues also showed improvement. With April 1 "tax day" in many states, there Is a good deal of shifting in investments about this time of tho year by those who do not care to disclose their holdings. With the government February trade statement showing a reduction of $20,000,000 In export and no change in imports from 191:3 a number of theories ' about the current of trade have been upset. Idle cars showed a decrease of 2 9. 000 in the first half of March. This is confusing in view of decreased busi ness and the blockading of tr'.ffic due to storms. The adjournment of the United .States supreme court for a recess un til April (i was accepted a-s an incen tive to speculation and the news from Washington that a resolution by the senate called for a record of all hear ings by the interstate commerce com mission on the proposed rate increase, would, it was hoped, hasten a decis ion. Another dav or two will be needed to convince the rank utid file that tne market has really turned for the bet ter. There was little trading by the public today and aside from the 'short covering and the operations of spec ulative banker business was narrow. There is, however, a considerable short Interest open that could probably be forced to cover if the advance is car ried a point or two further. cent may be declared tomorrow, mak ing Z per cent for the year. Another declaration in the fall ot 1 SICK, SOUR STOICH, INDIGESTION OB GAS ROOSEVELT PARTY IS REPORTED FOUND SAFE Former Companion Receives Wire Stating Explorers Are in Matto Grosse Province in Good Health. ALL ALONG LI Speculation and Bull News Sends Grain Soaring in All Grades Big Unloadings Fail to Break Prices in Pit. RUB RHEUMATISM OR I SORE, ACHING JOINTS; EARNINGS OF STANDARD OIL COMPANIES BIG ; i of ! J ! V Subsidiary lrofits Far in Fce Thoso of Xnv .!erey Corporation Due to Price of I lv-Prod net Rub Pain Right Out With Small Trial Bottle of Old "St. Jacobs Oil." Rheumatism NEW YOKK, March 2 4. Uarninrs i of the former subsidiaries of the j Standard Oil bust year were about $4iOiKt.iiOo in excess of those of the I Standard Oil company of New Jersey I for the year prior to disintegration. Not I Xet profits of .ill the Standard il r 1 1 1 n are estimated at Net orotits of th- After a Hearty Meal is there a sense of fullness of bloating or of Nau sea? Something is dis turbing the entire digestive system and help is needed at once. Try u i "Pape's Diapepsin'" Makes Up set Stomachs Feel Fine in Five Minutes. SOCIETY WOMAN IN PRIMTIVEC0STUME v, - i X for Vf r.?:'v- " : i ; - VI ' : j ' jU Kit Wonder what upset your stomach which portion of the food did the damage do you? Well, don't both er. If your stomach is in a revolt; if sour, gassv and upset, and what you I just ate has fermented into stubborn j lumps; head dizzy and aches; belch i 'ases and acids and eructate undi gested food; breath foul, ton?ue coated just take a little Pape's Dia pepsin and in five minutes you won der what became of the indipestion and distress. Millions of men and women today know that it is needless to have a bad stomach. A little Diapepsin occa sionally keeps this delimit orpan regulated and they eat their favor ite foods without fear. If your stomach doesn't take care of your liberal limit without rebel lion; if your food is a danye instead of a help, remember the quickest, surest, most harmless relief Is Pape's Diapepsin which costs only 50 cents a larpe casp nt drup stores. It's truly wonderful it digests food and sets thinps straight, so PfRtly and easily that it is really astonishing. Please, for your sake, don't po on and on with a weak, disordered stom ach; it's so unnecessary. Advt. SANTA HEM, Brazil, .March 2 4. I have received a wire from Colonel Tloosevelt from Uonifacion, Matto Grosse province, reporting all in good health. He has been exploring tho Duvida river and expects to reach Manaos early in April. I left Mr. Roosevelt as part of the expedition plan, for the exploration of the Papagaio river, accompanied by a Brazilian cavalry lieutenant and sev en men in three canoes. Karly in the trip two of the canoes sunk with all our equipment and food in the rapids of the Devil. Wo had a thrilling escape with the ljfe of the lieutenant, five men and myself and continued the descent with short supplies along the Papagaio, Juruena and Trapajos rivers, running 0 or more rapids including Ante manidioea and Hian.s, catching fish for food. I expect to mpet Roosevelt at Manaos, for which I-am leaving to CLAIMS HE SAW VALL0N WITH GUN IN MURDER CAR Shooting New Witness to Kosenthal Piles Aflidavlt to he Presented to Gov. Glynn. XT W YORK, March 24. A new witness who claims he saw Harry Vallon with a revolver in his hand standing on the runninpboard of the gray murder car as it sped through 4 3rd st. after the murder of Herman Rosenthal, has made an affidavit to these claims. His sworn statement will be presented to Gov. Glynn with the application' for a postponement of the execution of the men until after Becker's second trial. The governor will be urged to call this new witness who is a Buffalo clothing salesman before him and to have Harry Vallon also present at the hearing in order that he may be identified to the satisfaction of the executive. P.Y JOSKPII r. PKITCIIAUD. CHICAGO, March 2 4. Corn had a big day here today. Some of the larger speculators who were short good sized lines of corn, attempted to break the price by throwing large quantities into the pit early today, but the grain was absorbed quickly and when the big peoplo attempted to re trace their steps by covering they were followed by nearly every specu lator in the corn world and prices were bid up sharply. The May show ed -an advance of nearly lc, the July was up 1 l-4c. and September gained 1 l-2c. Resting spots for the day were :-Srl-2o below the highest lev els. The trade was wholly a specula tive affair, and there was more bull than bear news in the market. The price of this grain has pivoted for some time on the cash situation and there was nothing in the cash article to cause any such advance as was es tablished. Chicago was unchanged to lo higher. Peoria was unchanged and St. Louis wa,s steady for most grades and lc higher for selected parcels, Kansas City about l-2c higher and Omaha unchanged to l-2c higher. The advance here came late in the session in sympathy with the upturn in the future market. One of the larger speculators who has favored the bull side advanced the cplnion that the upturn today was, in his opinion, overdone and wholly the result of pit conditions, more than any thing new in the cash surroundings. The cash buyers of corn at the east are disposed to save 12c per bushel and take the Argentine grain instead of the corn raised in the United States. Large quantities were offered at New York today following sales of over 2, 000.000 bushels at the eastern sea board last week and goodly quantities in the southwest. The asking price yesterday for this corn was G3 for June-July and I6 l-: for May. The first cargo of the new crop from that country will be shipped tomorrow and it is expected to arrive in America on April 25. Cash trade in corn here was confined to 60,000 bushels. Wheat responded to the statistical position of that grain today, helped by the strength in corn. The visible sup ply of -wheat decreased 1,677,000 bush els. World's shipments were smaller than comparative 'periods at a little less than 12.000,000 bushels. The Canadian visible showed a fair in crease for the week, but is some small er than 'for the corresponding time in P.'!.';. Minneapolis and Duluth re ported the cash markets as dull and the latter point said that export bids were greatly out of line. Cash trade here was dull with sale of ."0,000 bushels to interior millers. There was no encouraging news to wheat bulls from the markets of tho old world, as they were mainly lower. Oats were up o-S(Trl-2o in price to day and this mainly as a result of the strength in corn. The visible supply decreased 14 5.000 bushels and Chi cago stocks decreased .155.000 bushels. Tin. strength in corn was a help to the market for hog products as it caused some buying not only by men who are generally to be seen "in the whejt and corn pits, but- by others in the way of investment. Resting spots for the day weie prac tically unchanged. is "pain only." one case in 50 requires internal j companies fo treatment. Ston drugging! Rub t 1 -0.0u0.000. soothing, penetrating "St. Jacobs Oil" j Standard Oil company of New Jere T7. directly upon the "tender spot." and i previous to the dissolution were at, relief comes instantlv. "St. Jacob's 1 the rate of about $S0,(mmVKi a year. ! Oil" is a harmless rheumatism which never disappoints and can not HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS 3 burn the skin. Limber up! Quit complaining! Get a small trial bottle of "St. Jacobs Oil" at any drug store and in just a mo ment you'll be free from rheumatic pain, soreness, stiffness and swelling. Don't suffer! Relief awaits you. "St. Jacobs Oil" has cured millions of rheumatism sufferers in the last half century, and is just as good for sciatica, neuralgia, lumbago, back ache, sprains and swellings. Advt. cur,, , Iarge earnings last year were din- to tho extraordinary expansion in the demand for petroleum and its by products at higher prices. SOLDIKK KILLS sLLP. TRINIDAD. Colo.. March 2.;. Kd win R. Cannon, quartermaster sergeant for troop B. Colorado caval- i.y stationed in the iriU- diMri't. ( ovomittrvi suivide Sai:d.y. The body will sent to S 1 in i. Ark., his former loine. eiatioa will bol.l a meeting at Mr. Rogue's lio:i" r.ext S.iturdav enir.- Advt. WILL NURSE HER MAID Mrs. Marshall Cancels Her Social Engagements. WASHINGTON. March 24. Mrs. Thomas R. Marshall, wife of the vice president, cancelled her social en gagements Monday in order to nurse her maid. Ida F. Walke, who is suf fering with appendicitis. Mrs. Marshall had the maid removed to a hospital and every possible attention given her. Not contented with the skillful ser vices of trained nurses, Mrs. Marshall remained nearly the whole day at the girl's bedside. sui:s OX NOTE. A suit to recover $125 on a note was filed Saturday in the circuit court by Frank H. Gil worth against W. S. Xusbaum and Willis C. Xusbaum. The note was made in 1909 and in terest is due from that date. MOSS TAKE APPEAL. An appeal to the superior court was ! taken Monday by Thomas Moss and i Theofil Yantonhaut, recently convicted in the police court of running a gam ing house and with selling liquor with out a license. (JLU OUS ill Always Attracts Use Parisian Sage Thin or Faded Hair -Becomes Abundant and Radiant With Life. TWO MONTHS OF MARRIAGE ENOUGH; ASKING DIVORCE Mrs. Myrtle Geiger Claims Huslwind Slapped llcr Hunter Case Comes Back ATter One Default. Myrtle E. Geiger started suit against Herhert L. Geiger in the superior court Monday, alleging that her hus band had been so abusive and -cruel that continued residence with him had become an impossibility. Mrs. Geiger asks for a limited divorce, with an allowance and $200 alimony. The couple were married on Dec. ho, 1913, and parted February' 26 of this year. Girls and women of all ages want to be charming, beautiful' and attrac tive it's their blrthnght but un sightly, thin and characterless hair destroys half the beauty of a pretty face. If yourjhair is not attractive, is falling out, streaky, lull of dandruff, too dry, or if the scalp itches and burns, don't delay use Parisian Sage. Apply with a sponge or cloth, taking a small strand of hair at a time. Rub it well Into the scalp. It will go right to the hair roots, nour ish them, and stimulate the hair to grow strong and luxuriant. Parisian Sage removes dandruff with' one ap plication and cleanses the hair of dirt, dust and excessive oil. It will cool and invigorate the scalp and make the hair doubly beautiful. Parisian Sage is a scientifically made preparation that gives the hair just what is needed to make it soft, iluffy, thick, and gloriously radiant. It is delicately perfumed not sticky or greasy. Soid in 50-oent bottles only at all drug and toilet counters. Look for the trade mark "The Girl with the Auburn Hair." Accept no sub stitutes. Delighted users pronounce Parisian Sago the lest hair tonic. Get a bot tle from Wettick's Original Cut Rate Medicine Store today he will return the money if you are not satisfied. Advertisement. - ,P cial Correspondence. WASHINGTON. P. C. Washington j-oeiety clothed itself in strange gar ments the other evening when it daiued at the fancy dress ball given by Yis-.-ountess d'Azy. wife of the naval . ttache at the French embassy. The lios-t-s wore the winged helmet and tht costume of wild beast skins that as i oii-:d rt d the correct day in the primitive das of ancient Gaul. TA i SOME NEWS NOTES. Davies T-aundry. Both phones. Leslie, the optkian. Z01 S. Mich. Dr. Sloeckby. dentist, 511 J. M. St, s. CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY tjmfrt their wu tlu-lr children, should Imx of M tLer Grny' CMMrvn, for :-i,d the welfare f !. t without a PnvibTii fer thr.t:g!..ut the mmom. Thcr nr:ik up CMh. KlieH reT'rih:'si. Constipation, T--t hi ri g I l.r'I-.-. i 1 i . h and Stom- :i-h Tl-i:ll I '.-d lev M-if Tiri for J4 ' v-.irs. tulsi: rmii;us .i:vi;r. fail. Sold bv :il lrug Stin-. Hon't rrpt nj uhtfltiite. S ur.I'le in died FKKL. I AJdr.. Abeu (.ImMol. L. Koy, X. a. rt 1 S3 L I! 0 0 nf m K3i m IS AT (HIPP IB) P)hP STANDSTILL A o 0 . . o !r .rf if It is not to be wondered at though just compare prices here and elsewhere and you will readily see that buying any other place than here would be downright extravagance, tunity and you miss the biggest money saving history. All Furniture must be hurried out regardless of Auction Today 3 and 8 p. m. i n' .1 iviiss mis appor chance in South n i' oena s cost. Q) u IMF y juIl Til if? 2 South Michigan Street 3C F t 4 S3 r' MI tit Our ing leg ate ihyes of Sees e is Open- Ever? ewlfe When we tell you that this sale is outstripping any similar event of its kind ever held in South Bend, we are not using words a bit too strong for the values will prove our statement. Rugs that bear the stamp of quality perfect in weave, pattern and coloring all 1914 productions. Sale continues tomorrow and remember the early buyer gets the best selection. WOOL AND FIBER RUGS Seamless nips in two tono color effects all vw choice pat terns especially doirable for bed rooms. G x 0 x f size. Fize, Price Price $4.75 $7.95 7-0 x f size. Price 0x12 Fizo, Price $5.95 $7.75 SPECIAL LOT TAPESTRY BRUSSELS RUGS Heavy qualities in the I x 12 size recommended splendid wearing qualities new spring patterns rich oriental colorings repmk'r 12.o value. rice Hi for tlieir lloral and $8.95 ANOTHER LOT ALL WOOL TAPESTRY BRUSSELS RUGS In room size x 12 in beautiful new patterns and designs $10.00 value, Kies Price . $11.95 BEAUTIFUL ALL WOOL SEAMLESS BRUSSELS RUGS 0x12 size in durable rich colorings; floral and oriental de signs the most economical rug to buy regular $22.00 kind. Hies Price $15.75 GENUINE BODY BRUSSELS RUGS In rich oriental and two-tone effects with and -without medal lion center S-. x 10-0 size. The regular $2o.r0 grade. Hic price The 0x12 size. The regular $2.".. 00 kind, Hies price SPECIAL LOT 9x11 ROOM SIZE VELVET RUGS In rich floral and oriental patterns, similar to thoe found in Wiltons splendid $20.00 grade Hies price $18.75 $21.00 $13.50 3 i SEAMLESS WILTON VELVET RUGS Comes In the 0 x 12 hize neat, small pleasing colorings; regular $31 Hies Price ."0 grado LARGE ASSORTMENT AXMINSTER RUGS A splendid selection of patterns are to be found patte;n and poff, $25.00 minster rugs 0 x 12 size regular ' grade Hies price mi in thr.-e ,x- $16.95 BETTER GRADE AXMINSTER RUGS Kxtra fine beautiful patterns and coloring. floral mi orient al 'J x 12 size. The $ 27.50 grade Hies Price . . . $22,501 Tho $.'." grade, Hies Price . $27.50 Thoso interested in Oriental Hugs t-hould not delay j-eeing this display which will be over only too soon. Some of the best bargains are already gone out Se them tomorrow. Don't forget our Liberal Dignilied Credit Service, salesman to "charge it." Just tell the MODERN HOME FURNISHERS 30G to 31 OS. Mich. St. "Masterpieces of Plumbing that's the way our scier.tinV work is r--rred to by our satlstird customer. We d no vjh-ap work. We t eliet In doinc everything .i- v'il as a r.:.'i-?ltr pi um tier ear do it. and charg'.UK ;ic tirJuu' to the ew -Jlence of our re f...r' :n;Icy r.--t tnii. Take no employ us next time Tak? no c nances! THOMAS WILLIAMS 1'22 V.. J fTcron VAt. lit. ok- rhoiie uD'J!. 1U11 l'houc C2