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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES,
HI TROOPS TO
QUELL RIOTS IN
BUFFALO STRIKE
LADY LOWTHER IS
AMERICAN WIFE OF
NEW-MADE BARONET
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NOTED WOMAN WRITER
TALKS TO WOMEN
Uneeda Biscuit
Nourishment Fine fla
vor purity crispness
wholcsomencss. All
for 5 cents, in the
moisture-proof package.
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One Killed and Several Wound
ed in Outbreak at Gould
Coupler Works Crews Run
Cars at Revolver Point.
TUTFALO, March 2 1. Armed
trois w re n K'uard Tuesday ;.t the
plant of the Jould Coupler works at
DePew to prevent further violence in
the strike, of l.ioo men. The first
battalion of the Seventy-fourth regi
ment under command, or Major Ar
thur Kemp, was rushed to IjeVew
following an outbreak last niht when
one man was killed and several others
were seriously '.sounded. Karlier in
the day another man had been killed
and t-evcral wounded when armed
strikers tired upon a train bearing SCO
strike breakers. Following these two
outbreaks, the sheriff found himself
powerless to deal with tho fit nation
and made a demand for stito troops.
When the troops board. d street
cars in front of the I-iffaJo armory
to po to the Lackawanna railroad sta
tion, the crews refused to man the
ear?. An oiheer of the- 7 1th regiment
drew a revolver and forced the motor
man to run their oars to the railway
station. When the troops boarded
the train they were ordered to place
bayonet! ripen their kuiim. This pre
cautionary measure prove.! a wise
one for the depot at DePew wa.s sur
rounded by strikers who were armed
and in an ti-ly mood. The troops
fixed bayonets and made- their way
through the mob.
The strikers, many of whom are
foreigners, are enraged by the pres
ence of the soldiers. As they are
armed a situation of intenso gravity
exists.
Sheriff Frederick Pecker of Krie
county has sworn in a number of spe
cial deputies to assist the troops In
the event of an armed clash.
THE MARKETS.
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CHICVGO GILMN'.
'Iin:.f;f, .March JI. Open in? Wheat
M.'iy l.i to WSc; July M',c; Seiit.
or n - Mar fo T;e; July 70'$ to
TO,-; Sept. ;'..
Uats-r.i '407; to 40' c; July lOc:
brird .luly SI 1.10.
Kil'S .May $11.47; July Sll.r,
UNION' XTOIK Y.UrS.
I'N'ION STOCK YAISIIS. 111., M;ir.-h 21.
Uoirs Rwvlpts ll.coo; market .V high
er. .Mlxod nn-d but - !i rs ...)'; S.ST. ; j,mxJ
.'i-ivy .7."'7N.s;'' livav s..
To; lltrht .."fiiHSJ; pi's M;.s.:r,s.40; bulk
Cittl. Heceipr "On-; nvirkvt. ste.ulv.
I'.evt ?7.0O''u'.i.7U; nns ami h".f,-i-s S.'I.V."
.';o; tH-kfrs nt:l f'plers :4l'', '..o ; Tex-
Sh-p--Keceipts lsoji-; nmrket stmdv.
.ntivf af,,i wcvtirii $::.! K(;.i:o; Jaml.s S3.
NATIONAL STOCK YAK OS.
NATIONAL STO.'X VAb'IS, 111., Man-li
".iftie -Keci-lpts J.-.'in; market sti-adv.
.N.'ltive l.tf.f ster.- N7.:.et.l-,; natlTo M)tf
:oi.I h'Ifers SC.-JT.rd'j:,; M kt-rs an ft-pl-er
.v(.i; calves .;.H,"; '...-.); Texas
MeeM sr.7.".i.Mi0; cijws and licifers Sl.:o
Hegs llecdpts .,(: market, steady.
Mixed ?S.7os -.! ; iro.Mi .vsKivh: ri,,...'s
.5S.L,.V!5..',0; befits ys.:,ys.:H);' pl-H 7 (Jt'Vf
bulk .Tows.vi). - s-v
Sl.eep itfvelpts ls.ooo; market steHlr.
Muttons .-. r.o'.i COO ; yearlings N.-..-V,, 5 7,-,
l.iTafs 7.o7.vo. " '
Lady Lovther.
P r 0 c i a 1 Correspond-:-nee.
PIIIUVDELPHIA. la. Lady Low
ther. formerly Alice IlMph of Philadel
phia, is an American wife of a newly
made baronet. Her husband is now
Sir (Icrald Lowther. lie, is a brother
of the speaker of the house of com
mons and until recently was" British
ambassador at Constantinople.
Lidy Lowther famous through
out Europe for her humanitarian
work.
Round, thin, tender
with a delightful flavor
appropriate forlunch
eon, tea and dinner,
zo cents.
paying selling at i'Oi.
MmIi Uetall: Veal, 20c to 30k'; round
tcik, 20c to lc; sirloin steak, 20c; porter
Hou, 3.x? to 40c; beer roast, 20o to 25c;
boiling beef, 10c to 2Ce; lard. ISc: amoUfd
ham, 20c to lUc. Oyuters, 40o to COc quart
LIVK STOCK.
iCorrdCtd Dally by Major Uros., S. Loan
Street. I
1Itvv fat steers, live cut.. WSi to $7.."0;
dressed, $12X0 to IVeders. :.".7o to
fti.75. Lambsi on foot. ?'J.OO to $7.00, dressed
12" to 11c. Huff. 1; t 20) llm.. ..23 to
200 to GU0 lbs., to $3.-10.
SEEDS.
(Corrected iany hy Varner r.ros. Sed
Co., 114 i:. WnyriA St.)
Fe-m Timo.hy- inytn 2..0 to $3 per
busbel, Kellln? at $:;.0). Ked clover paying
$7 to $S.:.0; sellinjf S.r0.
BRITISH SOLDIERS
CAM SHAVE 'EM NOW
IAIKV MAKKKT.
UIICAGO, Marrjj 2 b-Hut ter I'.e'vipt s
,7 1 ..V , r--.iu;ery, rxir.i .tie; exir.i,.
stock lt)vv17r. ' '
i: lUivipts 2r..r.K h. Current
retvipts i?-(Ju,,.; ,rdluary. lirsbs lrA.r.r
Jb?ilac; dlrtlM JTrx '...
El v t p o u i t ry u 1 j rl.cn e tl .
t. .rrlsT ,iril- STOCK.
JU'lTALO. .Mard, -JE-Catlle-i,m
j..l; mnrket netive and
' a, V ,,n'" vU,rs -tf'J ; l-Ut.-hei-gr
illes $t). oo'a . 2.-,.
Calves Iieceipts 7.-, boad; mark.-t active
Ui teridy. CuH to rlioi.v .S,, in v 11 0i
aeep and lambs Kdpts 7. liead
marAet active, luwt.s higher. rhoie,'.
iiiiit.s ( ulI ( f;llr Sl. , nr,; s ... .
jrarlins 7 !vp .VI fr'(- ll '
Hov-INvvdpts .V-I; innrket aotiv,'.. .-.
hlc.ier. i.rkers ;:.(,, .;;-,; S-i -,.
mixed .Mi',i:i,v,:'ii,1,v -..,;-.,.
Graham Crackers
A food for every day.
Crisp, tasty and
strengthening. Fresh
baked and fresh de
livered, zo cents.
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Buy biscuit baked by
NATIONAL
BISCUIT
COMPANY
Always look for that name
CHITA GO. Zone Gale, who wrote
"Friendship Village, " and many other
popular novels, is an enthusiastic club
woman as well as a literary woman.
As chairman of the civic committee
of the General Federation of Women's
clul'S, which meets in Chicago in June,
Miss Gale will take a prominent part
in the ten-da,v convention. he will
make several addresses.
linen
your Easier
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wooer is hne
w
not li
service m a fine spread of food is
complete unless it is garnished with fine!
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wnite nnen.
Recently 1 0 cases of
shipped to America from
genuine
Ireland
Irish Linen was
marked slightly
imperrecc. 1 hese goods were sent by a manurac-
rurer witn a world-wide reputation; the imperfections
are such the ordinary would never notice them. The rush to buy
these 1 0 cases was great however, Mr. Robertson was fortunate
m getting just one case and tomorrow we place them on sale.
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ELLIS GOES TO PRISON
Wife Slayer Taken to Joliet to liegin
Fifteen-Year Sentence.
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CHICAGO, March 2 4. William
Cheney Fllis. tho wealthy Cincinnati
leather merchant, convicted of the
murd?r of his wife in the Hotel Sher
man here, wits taken t Joliet Tues
day to hepin his 15-year sentence in
the state, penitentiary. Kills decided
not to attempt an appeal of-his sen
tence. Jailer Will Davis left hero
with him at 9 o'clock on the Chicago
and Alton road for Joliet. In spite
of his protests he was handcuffed.
BIG LOAN FOR GREEKS
Nation Will .Make "Touch" for 25
lilllons.
News of Interest to
Polish Citizens
SOCIAL EVENTS.
The ladies: of St. John Cantins Lit
erary society will meet Wednesday
evening at 7:30 o'clock at the parish
library room.
The sinninsr re'searsal of the ladies
choir of St. John Cantins Literary so
ciety will be held Wednesday evening
at 8 o'clock in tho association library
room.
The mllltarv division of the Polish
Falcons Z. F.alicki No. 1 will hold its J
exercises Wednesday evening at S j
o'clock at the Z. It. hall.
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Never since we've been in business have such remarqable values been atiered vou. l
200 Table Cloths, worth S1.75 to S3. 85; 2A vards long $1.19 to $2.75 j
200 Table Cloths, worth S2.75 to S4.50; 21 yards long . . .$1.75 to $3.15 i
100 Table Cloths, worth S5.50 to S7.50; 2J4 to 22 yds. square . . .$4.50 to $5.50 fj
100 dozen Napkins, worth S2.00 to $6.50; at $1.25 to $4.95 K
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PERSONALS.
Domestics
Elmdale Sheets, 72x90, at 45c.
Elmdale Sheets, 81x90, at 55c.
Harvard Sheets, 72x90, at 55c.
Harvard Sheets, 81x90, at 65c.
Pillow Cases, 45x36 at 11c.
Marvel Pillow Cases at 14c and 15c.
Fruit of the Loom Cases at 19c and 21c
Rippletle and Krinkled Crepe, the fab
ric that requires no ironing, I2y2c yard.
26 in. Frinted Crepes at 10c yard.
30 in. Windsor Plisse Crepe, at 19c yd.
36 in. Ramie Linen, a regular 50c value
for 39c yard.
ff l. I urn.
Cezary Lewinski, 1129 Harvey st., j
is in Chicago on misincss. t
Ladislaus r.askiewicz of cnicago
has arrived in tbe city for a visit of
a few davs with friends.
Mrs. John I-itocfci. AV. Fisher St.,
left Monday for Last Chicago to
snond several days with her sister,
Mrs. Charles Kaminski. , L
Edward Prusiewic left Tuesday:
morning f'C his home in Detroit. :
Mich., after a visit with s-'outh liend j
"S. k,l wo hasHAU2E RECITALS THURSDAY
been here for a lew days visum;
friends, left Monday evening for his
home in Whiting.
Lawrence Syma?zyk left Monday
evening for a trip to Europe (Posen).
' Standard American Prints, best quality,
all colors, 5c yard.
Everett Classic Ginghams, Stripes,
checks, etc., 10c quality, 8c yard.
32 in. Light Percales, for aprons and )
house dresses, 10c yard.
32 in. Kindergarten Cloth, splendid for
children's dresses, 25c yard. j
Romper Cloth, 30 in. wide, stripes only,
good colors, 19c yard.
32 in. Anderson Tissue Ginghams, ab
solutely the finest, 25c yard.
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Frank Lonaczynski of Chicago is
spending a few days with South Hend
relatives and friends.
llev. John Chylewski. as-itant at
IteturiiN to Presbyterian Church for
Two Program.
Herbert Alviu IIouzo of Buffalo, for
merly organist at the First Presby
terian church, will be in iSouth Bcnl
the St. lledwigf- parish in S;J I"1 S Thursdav for two organ recitals at
is the guest of Itev. Anthony Zubo- -
wicz. C. S. C. pastor of St. Iledwige's j that church. Mr. Houze lott South
parish.
Josejih Maskowiak, Joseph Szafran
ski, Stephen, lednarski. have left for
an extende d trip to Europe.
DEATHS.
The,
Pnnce of Wales-
PV 3LKV P. O'KKILIjY.
Special Correspondence.
PARIS. Mnrch 2 4. A Creek loan
of $25,000,000 will be issued at tin
end of this month, it was learned
here Tuesday.
Of this sum $7,000,000 will bo se
cured here, J8.0ott.00O wil ho realized
in London and the balance in Athens.
New York and K-iypt .The loan will
be made at 0;'. 1-4.
HE WAS SICK, NOT DRUNK
Mil. 31. PKZYHYLKK A.
Mrs. Miehalina Przybylska, aged 01
vears. died at her home. :12 S. Jack
son st., following an illness of several
weeks, from a complication of dis
eases. Mrs. Przybylska has lived in
the vicinity of South P.end for a mini- ,
Iter of years, coming here from
Poland. "The funeral will be held!
from the residence Thursday morning :
at SiP,'". o'clock. P.urial will occur at j
St. Joseph's Polish cemetery.
Pend to accept his present position as
organist at the Hotel StatJer. Buffalo.
He is also demonstrator of the Hope
Jcnes orgJMi and has achieved, the rep
utation of one of the foremost organ
ists of the country. He w?.ll give one
program at o'clock in tho afternoon
and another at 7:4o in the evening.
CLUB WILL MEET HERE
High School Principals Come Next
Tall.
BIG MYSTERY
What is going on at 423 South Michigan Street, any
way ?
That's causing a lot of wonder in this town.
It must be that a REAL STORE is going to be put in
there. Watch the store window and this newspaper for
further announcements.
YOU'LL KNOW IN SEVERAL DAYS.
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r!v M, L -';,V.U!!r-Si,. 1 )JOX. The girlish Upper lip of . " , . ,
5.1)- 'vr:1. Cd lie. prince of Wales, is said to b. Prisoner Kxplains Airt-t and is round
tidy i,jit-hers S7.i:.K:, :.:,: f;1.r 7 (r . V. j responsible for a n cent ruling of tho fi,,V.
cmnion .r; ..o',f 7.0; cmnnoa to good fr' British war oftico which makes mous-
.?iis-sJ-rw'l'. vimMon t(, cod f.u co.4 taches optional with military officers. .
'.."I"' 'i'' $'frVX; fnh oo ' Although tho prince is 20 his upper yt ym van Horn told Judge Warner
i''t; ht,n-v an i tun .,iV,' Ssi l,p lsuu un:u!' 1 us rJ 11 in iolice court Tuesday mornm.g that
s.Wr, flr;j iaib!i!i . is 4i" t,( J',in ;L cava!r ho was sick last . Fridav afternoon and
n'wH--Svors Uo.jt;.;b; -dln' n , the police insulted him by ancstim
. mIU and coiVmon ii l.V y : ! ' i him for being drunk. He- denied eve
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FUNERALS.
The Northern Indiana Principals'
club, which met last week at Ander
son, will meet next fall in Siouth Pend.
The members will visit the Mishawa-
ka and South Haul kith schools.
Matters of mutual interest regard
ing educational work in the hizh
Call nt tlo Coliseum Cai.i'" and
se tho A'ir.-lMtli J ;i U l!:ilbit and iv: .
scliool are discussed by tho members. Automobile. Ad.;
Hu'd.'T l:tMlp.-- and a!pb.;ib. l
o(d.s arit'l othc- supplie--. il. , .P
hinur, L'o;; K. Wavne .-;. .V:
Ho-Ketpts li-ht: rr.rket Sfo.,dr
soitii ni.xn r.KKirs.
n.ot'K and rrrn
Iljdrnul'e .re. !
CerraU and Hour Vv vine nhi? I
'; oats at 4(V. rvtaillnj? m iytt COc-'
irn, bujlng at :c, sUlns at 70o. ' i
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corn
OR. FLOOD'S
SCIENTIFIC
OICH REMEDY
Te funfral of Martin Wrzepcz. ag'd!
SS years, who died Saturday afternoon,
afP-r an illness of several weeks, was!
held this morning at S::'.o o'clock'
from the residence. 1121' W. Napier!
st. to the St. Hedwltre's Catholic
i church. Kw. M. T. Szab uski, S. ,
r. oiliciatd. Purial was made in1
;! Cedar tlrove cemetery. The pallhear-
r i ers were: lartin rrzi zozienKw sui,
being drunk and the court found him
ANTI-HOMERULERS IN ARMS!
not guilty.
MAN WHO TRIED TO
Andrew Morkowski. isoiesiaus i.or-
kowski. Nicholas Nowinski, Stanislaus
Zawodny. Michael C.orniewicz.
ruovis'ox.
(Corrects Dailr vr l w Mucllfr, 218
Iri.lt Or h rev. p ...... -....,; . "lis n.'u ireaiinei.L ioi u.uur.Miw.i,
1V t. ;'; ju-r d..z. I. tnoii. " r Stomach, das. lad Preath. Sal
fIdrf; rt Z) to 4cV- per doz. HannrVs, b'uj' i I" v.' Complexion anil, all stomach dis
lng 7.V to $2 p'-r b u noh: aniline to 'jiv ' ord. rs acts in a new wuv.
.1,7,m, 'J'-'".-. bnytntr rer ; The old remedies ami dypepsia tab-!
XVLXvS: -il- thv ? ;
pound; m-UIu at fn-. Potatt.cn, tio pjr,tcmach tnejlde and r.ever will cure;
iu.; !lllLr ut 2.V. per peok. ' , yor. Ir. Plood's Scientific Stomac h J
liuttrr unu L'jcg Couairy bttter. pay.; Krmoilv tirt looyt-n up the hardened!
2' tu r?V: '..1;!n":::t io TV- C-cara- hile and mucoid from the walls of the :
P'u-'.1;1'1 -L. u :!;:ie:i ,0 that tho n-cessarw dUes-
' ' i tive juit.es can llo'vv. No other prepa- :
HAT. STHAW .Mi if?'D ' "ation dors this. It expels the poison- j
(CorreotM Daily by tin? TVen)ej Millar ' ul1 " waste matter from the stomach'
FJcur & F'xmI c,i.. 420 S. Mlrhuan kt.) -and ir.te.ines and removes the caus.' '
Hay. l.Jjittf illr.ir at $U tu JPV j cf habitual constipation. This ' poi-
IHKT1IS.
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SAVE PARIS EDITOR I Jozn'iaU. W. nlmham M.. March1
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I Horn to .vr. ami ..us. ju-mihi
j.inu -e-i W. Ford st., a daughter,
I March I
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! kills ACCTsr.i:.
! TPlillP 1 1 AT'TK. Ind.. March 2 4. j
' I'red Koost. shot and killed Kdward i
1 Kinard at Clinton, when the latter:
followed him to Koosi's home accus- i
, inir him of abusing a bfy employed j
bv Kincard.
k '""K -'l v'fc" per nai. I n"iL.t. nvitt..p in inlccliMu: I
OM i-rn. ikying- jt-r Mi.; M-il Uig a f.V 1 ' " .
to 7t p bu o.it prying 4 er i.u . i Svn' 1 'lU's hucrobes that are carried
!It:.g ut 47c to : c i?r bu. t'.er by the circulation to all parts of the!
taylujt$7.:0 per bu. ; se:iL- at 5 u Ja.Oo' I bouv and affects the heart. lun,;s. kid-I
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TO (Tim V C ()!.! IN ONT DAY
Take lVXATIYi: !HMn QT'ININi:'.
Tablets. Dru'-rgists refund money if
it fails to cure. I'. W. (IkOVE S si.--j
! nature is on ach b-ix.
lvt.
Cnll at the Coliseum C.aracre and (
see the Apprson Jack Rabbit and Krit j
Automobile . Advt.
I nevs rind arteries. Manv teonb tind
i-At. i"Af;!'or V ;;NUv"IwESr , that after lr. Iood's Scientihc
2:0 N. Mila St.) ivt4..t4j . ..... ii ; vpenai corresooiulence. ;
Wlow-Rouffb, Cc to 2; rendrtl. I troubb and removed all poisonous. PARIS. Paul P.ourt, the poet.'
ho 1. Vac 1, cic; No. 2. .TV;-, tr. ' wast- matter, that symptoms of heart j was lne man lo c,u-ton Cal- '
llldr No. I FfHa L1J.. He to 12; j trouble, kidney dls.as- and other mette. victim of Mme. Caillouxs pis-!
ctireJ. cstif ic t u; wool. ttf j derangements diapp-ar. Commence j toi, aiivt.. ..J)o not st0 lne woman." I
I tu riutrri vnur he:ilth :Td viiror to- i U'v,.... ...Hir
(CorreUJ iMily t.y iLv ru
N. M lie St I
Toultry i rh)c ;.! he::, j.a It:
SOUTH BEND
WOULD BE MIGHTY WELL
FED IF
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MirkL ' v our on,4y back ir dis.Hatis- j 'almetto was moro chivalrous than
lilt-.!. tdd and recommended by I cautious and admitted the woman to
10-; fccuiLitf at -Jo la
tiltl
t American Dru Co.. 133 N. Main st.
hi kei., I Ail rtisement
his office.
d ad.
A moment later ho was
WA5 THE ONLY BREAD
SOLD.
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