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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
D
E PRICES .
ARE FAIRLY FIRM
Dealings Slip Back Into Dull
ness When Announcement is
Made That Union Pacific
Had Won Its Suit.
SOUTH BEAD WAS
WET LAST MONTH
Go
Wym
an
Store News
Store News
K'-nls fur Mnrrb Show 0cr I'onr ;
Im lio M(t of Days WYrt
Halny Ones
firm with a
fr th" l;iy.
has a U-n-
strni; anil
nv iuto.i.x wall.
Ni:V YOKK, April Z. Tho 1:11-xi-ss
that rulf-s in tho financial
trkt cannot h- accurately m-asur-l
ly tin transactions on th stock x
chanp. The kiml of buslnr-ss that
payn the rent, brokers expenses arnl
hrin.- a profit in prosperous times
does not exist. However, a roiinl of
the various off ice;- li.fIose.-- a .!ate of
il-Ires.ioti that fortunately couM tlis
iippear if t,'iv-n jiroper encouragement
over niKht.
There vras a fairly firm tone to the
opening prices Thursday followed y
;. tllty anl strength in the copper
shares and a rie in Missouri I'aciflw
that carried quotations above js.
JjoallnK .slipped back into dullness
when the announcement was made
that the I'nion Pacific had won in the
ruit of the l.'nion Pacific preferred
stockholders.
A sudden rir carried the stock up
a point, hut the trading element rmi-
cluded that the decision would release
Baltimore ainl Ohio stock arnl the
price of this issue was forced down -points
in short order. A more care
ful reading ,f the decree led to the
conclusion tliat an appeal would he
taken to the higher court and the
traders hid up Paltimore and hio to
!0. Union Pacific closed
quarter per cent advance?
f'ndouhtcdiy the market
dency to advance.
Canadian Pacific was
retained its f?ain. uch issues as
Pennsylvania. Northern Pacific and
Croat Northern were fi:m. Special
ties made even a better showing. I'tah
Topper to which attention ha.-; been re
peatedly calh-tl in this column, made a
net advance of and copper stocks
generally showed a jrain. ';ill-s from
abroad state that the metal has been
onsu'med in lar' quantities and not
held for speculative purposes as sult
Ksted hy some authorities. Copper
stocks represent the briKhte.t spot in
th" jpeculative situation. (luirujenheim
I'xploration was firm and a further
advanre is lookpj for.
Firmness in the traction stocks dc-
Hopd the story that the ln de
ferred dividend on InterhorouKh
Mctropolitan preferred would juoba
Idy be declared within the next three
days. For several months stockhold
ers have been expecting the dlrectoj-s
would fulfil their promises and place
the preferred shares on a ." per cent
basis. In the meantime earnings have
been piling up in a highly satisfactory
manner.
At 1 $ Missouri Pacific met a flood
of liquidation which was later Justi
fied lv the announcement that nego
tiations between the I Jock' feller-(;ould
interests had been broken off. Wheel
ing and Lake Frio issues rose a point
cr more on the improved outlook for
the Wabash reorganization.
The bond market was mixed. Kock?
Island collateral 4's sold down to :;'.:
Wabash refunding 4's made a sharp
advance from 7, ." S to .",7. The buy
ing in this issue looks particularly
uooil and the bonds offer a fair inctli
um for a sper-ul;; tiv advatice.
Loudon took little interest in Amer
ran securities althotigi. conditions
abroad continued to improve. There
was a further advance of l-t per cent
in Consols ami better markets prevail
ed in Paris. An over-subscription
abroad to the ? 1 0.000.f(?0 Creek loan
was reported. Cold continues to ar
rive from Canada. $."7ii,O0M coming to
day. This makes a total of nearly
J7.u00.oruj returned by our Canadian
cousin.
.Market conditions ate apt to change
more quickly than the weather. Re
peated uprb-'ngs ;f doubt failed to dis
lodge stocks and an uninterrupted
burst of sunshine or optimism would
undoubtedly give a swift and substan
tial upturn to prices.
A range of GO degrees was to be ob
served between the lowest and high
est temperatures of March. On the
second day of the month the mercury
fell to five above the nothing point
and with a few days of chilly weather
at tiie time wavered up and down the
scale until on the 23th the highest
for the month, degrees, was re
corded.
March 21, the day upon which the
re.il balmy weather Is to begin, was
temp red with chilly winds and snow
storms. Put on the 2Sd and the two
days following, the mercury was
yently pushed up to warmer records
and has remained so since.
The rainfall for the month was
heavy in comparison with former rec
ords for the same mojith. There
were LOS inches recorded for the
month just passed and according to
Weather Observer Henry Swaim the
record is In excess of any other rec
ord for the month he has in his pos
session. The majority of the days of March
were rainy da.vs, l.r wet days making
the record for the month. There
were ten clear days and six days upon
which the sun did not shine but no
rain fell. A snowfall of 12 1-2 inches
was recorded for the month. The
record is above the normal, although
there have been heavv falls both in
If 12 and l'J 13.
The mean temperature for the
month was 34.9 degrees.
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ew Lmoroiaeo
a stylish Aid to
Dr
Ch
arm
New Spring Embroideries in daintily figured Rice Cloths, Voiles,
Crepes, and Swisses. This season's showing brings more charming
. embroidery fancies than ever. Note these:
POINT OF "LAW IS RAISED
Defendant Contends Man' Wages
Cannot 1k Foreclosed.
45 inch Rice Cloth Handsomely em
broidered in colors 2.50 yd.
45 inch Crepe Beautifully embroid
eredIn white only 1.25 to 2.50 yd.
45 inch Voile White embroidered
50c to 1.75 yd.
45 inch Crepe, Shadow Voile, Co
quette Voile, beautifully embroidered in
colors 1.50 to 3.50 yd.
45 inch embroidered Voile, with Baby
Irish border 2.50 yd.
45 inch and 27 inch White Organdie
Flouncing embroidered 1.50 to 2.50.
27 inch embroidered Swiss large as-
il m
sortment of patterns for children's dresses
50c to 1.00 yd.
20 to 27 inch Voile and Crepe
Flouncing, embroidered 69c to 1.95 yd.
Pink and Blue Crepe Corset Cover em
broidery and bands to match.
18 inch Swiss Embroidery In various
patterns 35c to 50c yd.
18 inch Corset Cover Embroidery
large assortment of new patterns at 25c
to 75c yd.
Embroidery Banding In Ratine Voile
Crepe 25c to 75c yd.
All Over Embroidery in White 25c to
3.00 yd.
GeOo Wymniae & C0
Corset Dept. Second Floor
Two
w Corset
Combining Style and Comfort
n
Mod.
Expert designing based on a study of the human
figure has given these MODART models a perfect
combination of natural graceful lines and unhamp
ered comfort a rare attainment in the art of corsetry.
A motion to strike out part of the
complaint, and the vital part as far as
the defendant is concerned, was
heard by Judge l'unh in the circuit
court on Thursday. The case was that
of David Koosls against the Oliver
('hilled I'low works. Koois served
notice on the company some time ago
that he had attached a lien to the
wages of one of the company's em
ployees and then went into the circuit
court to foreclose. The company
replied that there was no provision
inn law for this sort of an action.
Judge Funk took the ease under ad
visement as it involved the interpre
tation of a law.
at Wymasn
Ready-to-Wear Is Featured
Ay),
00
or 17
.50
Suit
Near to 100 suits featured for tomorrow at the above price tomorrow's
selections will be made from a large range.
a Wysmaiffl
5.00
Hafc
New bow, ribbon and Pompon trims, in Milan Hemp, Hemp, Jet, Ma
line and TaffetaTomorrow the day for Wyman's 5.00 flat.
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Hard Fight For Life
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SMOKER ON FOR TONIGHT;
I'ot Iv. T. 1. ... to tivt Kaily lor,
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IPtotcr ('aiiitaimi Saturda.
I'ost IC. T. P. A., will hold a smoker,
at the Oliver hotel tonight at o'clock '
when the nienihers of the local pot j
will entertain the boosters' committee
from down state w ho will le on hand
to parti ipale in the big booster rally ;
to le held on Saturday with a view of
increasing the membership of the lo
cal pot. . members of Tost K are
asked to make a special effort t
attend the smoker.
The tegular monthly meeting will
also be held in the Turkish room at
the (diver hotel on Saturday evening
at S p. m.
THREE KILLED WHEN
DERRICK GIVES WAY
Ten Ton (iinler Fall to Faith and
Smadie Scaffold W here .Men
An Working.
j Xi: YOKK. April
Three men
to the, lop when the derrick snapped
under the weight. The girder, crash
ing toward earth, smashed ;i scaffold
on which the men were working send
ing the men to the ground. Three of
those killed being crushed by the deb
ris which was cast about when the
girders smashed the Moorings of the
structure.
II races up the whole system, renews
lost energv. a most effective spring
w ere killed and tour other probably i jitinedv for tired, sick people-. Holhs
f a tallv injured Thursdav afternoon I ter's Kooky Mountain Tea. needed by
through the collapse of r deirick that
was hoisting a ten ton girder to tne
top of a moving picture house in
course of construction in Krooklyn.
The gin'.er had been 'lifted almost
every member of the family. .".3c. Tea
or Tablets. i!oonley Drug ,Uore. Advt.
SOME NEWS NOTES.
Davies laundry. Uoth phones.
Ieslie. the optician. 301 S. Mich. st.
Dr. St(eckley, dentist. 511 J. M.
ST. PAUL,, Minn. Babies are live
stock and will not he carried by the
parcel post out of St. Paul according
to orders issued by Postmaster Vanish.
K. A; S. vKo k Hcer has no equal.
Ad.
Men always love to see a girl
With a healthy clear complevion
Itocky Mountain Tea's the stulY,
That gives it to perfection.
Advt. Coonley Drug Store.
Model V l;5f)
;.rt)
The hack of this model,
while snug, is built to
take care of any surplus
flesh below the shoulders.
Has very low bust, good
length below waist, with
plenty of wide elastic
over bones in back.
Model 15 lllfl
r.oo
The panel hack in th.ls
corset is an idea originat
ed hy the MODAItT de
signer. Makes corset
wonderfully flexible, yet.
gives the desired flatness
to back.
The Mais Motor Truck Co. of In
dianapolis has its big demonstrator
here for a few days. See it at the
Red Lane garage. Advt.
HARRY ZOSS ARRAIGNED
Xo Trial Will c Held l iitil KincliV
Condition i Settled.
Clifford Kinch, who was shot by
Harry Zos. will probably recover, ac
cording to authorities at Kpworth hos
pital who stated that his condition
Thursday noon was mti'li improved.
Zoss will face a charge of assault and
battery with intent to kill, if Finch
survives the injuries.
Zoss was brought into the court
room and the charge made against
him Thursday morning. No plea was
made. Trial will not be until author
ities are certain about the outcome of
the injuries to Kinch. however.
Spring l.axntiw and Khunl Fleaner
Flush out the accumulated waste
and poisons of the winter months;
cleans your stomach, liver and kid
neys of all impurities. Take Dr. King's
New Life Pills; nothing better for pu
rifying the blood. Mild, non-griping
laxative. Cure constipation: makes
Jon feel line. Take no other. 2'ti:
Recommended by All Druggist. Advt.
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QUEEN" MEETS FATE
AT APPLE DAY EVENT
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Gas for Lighting
and Cooking
GAS COMPANY
FATENTS.
And Trade Mirks OM:ihie.l in all Tor.n
tries.. Alvie lie.'. (ill). .1. OI.TM'II,
Jbgist.-red Pat. Atty.. 711-712 Studebaker
r.ldg.. S.k r.eiid. Ind.
Save a few dollars each
week on your groceries by
trading at the HURWICH
CASH GROCERY.
Th'- followtrc' letter, written by Jo?cph
ichrt. lrnf. Ind, furnishes more
mincinr videnc of the womlerful
ork bln done by Nature's Creation tn
he treatment of tubrculr!is Head this
etter see for yourst'f the results that
oilowi when Mr. Reichert. whom uoc
ors had given if to die, bgan using
hture's Creation.
' I caught a bad cold which ?ettled on
nv Pints," he write?. I had my f.r5t
lernorrhiir and the doctors at Ft. Wayne
' "!J m 1 would not live two months If I
d not to west at once, but as I d:d not
I ave the money to jo, I was compe-'deJ
?tay. From then until Oct. IS. I had
'.I of a d'fn hemorrhages. i worked
Ken I mas able until the second last one,
hich was very severe. The doctor said
t would not llv. but after I was In fd
l eariy three weeks I was able to again
alk around. My doctor said I had con
liimption and it was a 5ver case. I
advjsJ by a frend to try Nature's
Creation
"tn the 22nd of October I started tak
'X it ar.d It was not many days until I
it its effect on ine I looked for a hern
rrhaRe any minut", but to my surprise
5 neer had any after starting in with
Mr medicine. I felt my lunrs loosening
' D and 1 had to spit up awful stuff. Am
I'Hinr nn. able to work every day and
:' eo'jjjh i nearl pn. Am truly
tnankful for what Nattire'e Creatiim has
tfor.e for me " JO.SKI'H HKU'lll'.r.T
If yo.i or any of your friends suffer
frrni tuberculcis. or any of the condi
tions , h:ch lead to H such as bruri' hltis,
i:.-.pur Mo.p.1, rundown system or athniH,
r;t f free booklet telling what Na-t;;re-s
;reatii n will do for yen The
rook contain pholu anil t-.-ttirrior.!al
rrm lo-i parties. In't five up hope,
f'n re'r.er.Tter, ,!r. ',etohfrt condlti.m
iis jrut!b! mor rif;r.Al than xoure
r.'l h- it liwpjv and b.ick at work. Why
i.ot mrite iu-day? Address M L Hay
n .mn. 411 fctate Life Uldg . Indianapolis.
14.
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Every woman takes pride in the
appearance of her home. She knows
that the first test of the. good house
wife is cleanliness. She knows that
it is just as necessary to clean the
wall paper as it is to beat the rugs.
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Thafs why over a million good
housekeepers each year use
CLIMAX
CLEANER
Lillian
Porter
'! ei:il "r response nee.
KIFIJ-:. Colo.. Afril .. Lillian A.
Porter. Miieen of the Apple (lay f-
tiviti . lias stoririHl the eitidel f one
l: art. Y otl, anl tlvrWU'tl to lecom
the permanent iiieen f the home a!
Willi: irn A. Smith.
The first intimation of ueihlin;:
!'-l!s was t;ien when rnith.met his
fi:Hire iri'.e at the Apple Jay utlier-
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for cleaning Wall Paper, Window Shades, Brussels
Carpets, etc. This old reliable cleaner has been their
',house-cleaning,, friend for eighteen years.
Climax is easy to use; clean and simple to
handle; low in price 10c a can or three for 25c;
at Grocery, Drug, Paint, and Hardware stores;
So carefully made that it never sours or moulds;
So economical that the woman who uxints
to cut down the high cost of living, won'tkeep
house without it.
If you have never used this scientific
cleaner, get acquainted now A 10 cent
can is ample to clean the paper on that
room you intended to re-paper. A single
can of CLIMAX will save you the
paper-hanger's bill and the muss and
annoyance he leaves in his wake.
Say to your dealer: "I want CLIMAX
the pink cleaner dough in the air-tight
can with the blue labeL" He has it!
For sale at Grocers, Drug, Hardware
and Paint Stores
fc iri tea
COMBINATION VACUUM n
CLEANER AND CARPET
SWEEPER ONLY $5.75
DURING OUR FIRST AN
NUAL SPRING SALE.
SMITH & WHERRETT
326-328 SOUTH MICHIGAN ST.
9
We are offering some Very Choice Fresh Beef, Veal, Pork, f
Lamb and Smoked Meats at an exceptionally Low Price.
110 WEST WAYNE STREET.
Choice Sirloin and Porterhouse
Steak
Fresh Beef Pot Roast . . .
Little Lean Pork Chops . .
Fresh Pork Shoulders . . .
Shoulder Pork Roast
Shoulder of Lamb
Lamb Chops, rib or loin .
Fresh Sliced Liver
Alaska Pink Salmon three
cans for ....
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14c
12c
15c
11c
14c
12c
13c
.7c
25c
Fresh Hamburger Steak . .11c
Fresh Pork Sausage 12c
Leaf Lard, any quantity . . .lie
Fresh Side Pork 15c
Beef Tenderloins 18c
Full Cream Brick Cheese . . ISc
Best Grade Limberger
Cheese 20c
Sugar Cured Hams, mild
in cure 15c
Breakfast Bacon 17c
Lean Picnic Hams 12:
Very Choice Leg of Lamb 13c
Reduced Prices On Butterine.
Good Luck 18c Buehler Bros. Special
Moxley's Special 18c Swift's Jersey
Moxley's Daisy 17c Swift's Lincoln ....
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Prices That Will Suit Yo
S4.00 and $-1.50 Values for
S2.S5
and
S3. 50 Values (
for tD6J
It will pay you to take a look
into our case down stairs for the
best styles in Ladies' and Gents'
Shoes.
B. SAMPLE SHOE PARLORS
216 SOUTH MICHIGAN ST.
Up Stairs Across Street From Auditorium

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