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lVi:iX!l.Y. MAY 13. lftll.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES CLERK SEEKS AID OF LAWYERS II PRIMARY LIM Question Whether Petitions for Places on Ballot Will Be Ac cepted Thursday Not Yet Decided. Tli'Tf sum' JmIt in County Cl rk ( 'hritoh r's mint! u ln thcr WciliKxlay r Tri)r.lay is th- last for tiling petitions for j.l;n s on th: primary tick t. !n nnlVr that tlwre may b no uff in. is ornmuni- catini; with s-w-ral attorney from each party to th ir opinion. JYtitions ar' if.juii'il l.y law to lih'd within live days for- th- pri im t rii Th ipp-stion is whrth-r tin lasl J;ty. May in. is iri'lmlfd. WiMliif-sriay morning was ; hnsy on for th- -rn pIo in th' county lark's dllicf, but It is xj NmI tlx l;it aft'-rrioon will hr i ti th- hf-aist rtish of -ari(icaU-.s n ith tlir ir ! ti tion5. ,'Vral townships have not p.ou-:h petitioners to till out th- full ticket. Hoc Art Vr(lneia . Petition. The following lill thir petitions Weill i esila morning: IeiiHerats: John A. (h ;ti hart, trustee Harris township: Christopher I.ernr'i, assessor Harris township; Klmor Chivin'ton. ro.nl supervisor district Nil ::, Warren township; Kiuben I-'ink. county recorder; .Iacol Hnchh it. advisory hoard Perm town ship; (Tharh-s Triplet, road supervisor east district. Clay township; Andrew .. Ifeini, sui-risor district No. 4, lirmaii township; Otis Uhoades, ad visory honrd fjcrmnn township; A. L. Matthew.", advisory board Cerrnan township; fjolden I). Mann, assessor Portage township. Republicans: .Mark I,. Webster, county arseyor; William Klopfen stHn. mail superisor district No. i Warren tovnship; Harvey Korn. ad visory board Herman township; Wil liam M. Klein, trustee Madison town ship: J. Oliver Lone U.- advisory board Madison -Hvnship: Walter Strantz, road supi: visor district No. 4. OlivH township. Progressives: T,. p. Haidy. om missioner middle district; Walter ( Anderson, supervisor district No. Portage township. Liberty township democrats Kot busy Tuesday and tiled 11 petitions for places on the primary ti ket. I'.very ofla - in the township is pro vided -for. Madison township repub lican held a meeting Monday niffht for the purpose of Retting their candi dates in line and are expected to tile their petitions early Wednesday morn ing. The followim; petitions were filed Tuesday : Liberty township, demm rats: John Deidtreich. supervisor district one; Clem Mam'-row, justice of the peace; Austin Kaser, constable; William F. Newcomer, advisory board; Samuel Wolfe, siiervisor district four; John A. Harman. justbe of the peace; Frank C Fetzer. constable; H. S. How. supervisor district two; Samuel Hive ly, supervisor district three; William I. (Jushwa. assessor. Michael Zam?erle. demo rat. justice of the peace Portaee township; Charles m. Puttervvorth. progressive, coroner; J. Paul Woodruff. progres sive, recorder: John H. Pontius, re publican, road supervisor district four. Warren township; Kdward J. Zuelke. democrat, trustee Portape township; Daniel Austin, democrat, advisory board. Perm township; Will iam J. Rurden. democrat, road super visor district one, Penn township: James K. Jennings, democrat, road supervisor distriet one. !' nit town ship; Charles W. Trowbridge, demo crat, advisory board Olive township; Rimer Iauver, republican, read super visor district one. Olive township; Harry Mi'tzsr-r, democrat, assessor I larris township. FARMER DENIES DRUNK CHARGE, MUST WAIT FOR POLICE ACCUSER Reeause be could not speak mod I Rnulish and denied that he was drunk j Tuesday when t!ie police picked him J up. Heorue I)somick, a farmer living i on the Division road, will have to ' spend another day In a police cell un til the policeman who arrested him can be found to testify. Although Desomick could not talk Rnslish he made the court understand that he never -jets drunk.' He mumbled that spring work on the farm keeps him busy, but was led off to the cell room. Rdvvard Mulcahey. a '-hobo," was fined II and costs for the same of fense. Malcahey told the court that he has a j i although he only came to town fnm Detroit. Mich., two days before. The court snt him over to spend 11 more with the sheriff. KIVF.K PARK. The men of the community met "Monday evening at the River Park Methodist Episcopal church and reor ganized n brotherhood. Much inter est was manifested ami the following c tficers were elec ted: President, Frank K. Wolfe; vice president. K. W. Pai?re: secretary and Reasurer, Stewart Pen rod. Plans for the meetings were dis cussed and it was decided to meet the second Monday of each month. The various committees will be appointed at the June meeting. The River Park Independent club will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. R. J. Rickel. on S. Sixteenth st. A meeting of the Men's Bible class of the First Kvangelical church was 1 held la-st evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ueorce Wright. N. Kiirhth st. Following the business session ;i social hour w;ts enjoyed and refresh ments wore served hy .Mrs. Wright. Fred, little son of Mr. and 'Mrs. Tom Kipp. of N. Eleventh st., is senouslv 111. Howard and Roy Wolfe, who have been visiting at the home of their brother. Professor Frank K. Wolfe, of S. Seventh st.. returned to Plymouth. Ind., yesterday. J. K. Stoler. of Culver, is here for a few days' visit with friends. Harold, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Knrield. of Smith st.. who has been critically ill with pneumonia the past week, shows a very slight im provement today. Mr. and Mrs. Werntz, residing n the Loisa Zink residence on X. Eighth St., narrowly escaped being struck by lightning during the storm yesterday morning. A bolt struck the chimney, tearing it from the building and run down into the room, shattering th plastering off just three feet froru where Mr. and Mrs. Werntz were sleeping'. Aside from the- nervous shock they felt no bad effects from it. The amount of damage to the property is probably a hundred dollars. Mr. and Mrs. George Wright. X. Eighth st.. entertained at dinner yes terday. Mr. and Mrs. August Huff man, and Mrs. Krinkie, of South Rend. Mrs. H. M. Smiley, of Mishawaka aw. who has been, in Peoria. 111., for the past several months, will return Saturday. An all day session of the Ladies' Aid society of the First church of the Brethren, will be held Wednesday af ternoon at the home of Mrs. Jacob Havvblitzel. 914 Calvert st. The R. P. K. club will meet Thurs day, May 21. with Mrs. Frank Kochen- erfer. on Smith st.. instead of M..y ( as previously announced. Miss CIrac Wolfe is report'! ill. Mrs. Willi? .Me tea If. of Ktrci.ik, court, will b host's- to the Flinch, club Friday. J. E. Vanoy, of L.at.port. Ind.. m here transacting business and visiting friends. E1TTLE FERRY. X. Y. Mayor Frank Herma. charged witn assault ing Christian Fllman. a political op ponent, surrendered to the police and was baib-d out by the complainant. ROSTOX. A genuine one dollar bi'.l marked down to 00 cents, remained in a store window for twenty-two hours before it was purchased. Hundreds hesitated to accept the bargain off. r. Supper Saturday evening at the ni l Court House, price ".Tic. Adt. 3J 1 c-, T.;o clasps rm:i: this week With l-!a-li Packauo of Eg.vptienno Straight Cigarettes. A tie clasp is one of the important little articles that every well dressed man appreciates. The tie is k-pt in trim, even position by a tie clasp so that it always looks crisp and snappy. This free "Tango" tie clasp which the local tobacco dealers are giving away with each package of Egyptienne Straights is of genuine blue enamel over gold-finished metal and is a new, attractive and serviceable piece of jew elry. Only one tie clasp will tie given to a ui-tomer, and as the supply is limited, "tirst come, tirst served." Egyptienne Straights have made a phenomenal success. They are an .ab solutely pure Turkish cigarette, made solely of Turkish tobacco. They have made such a hit with the men who prefer a straight Turkish cigarette that they are now the largest selling straight Turkish cigarette in the world. They sell for only ten cents a pack; and they are growing faster in popularity than all other Turkish brands combined. . WATCH US GROW VATCH US GROW Great Removal Sale White and Colored Wash Goods A, mm mmmmm m&m&m&$xexar&toru to lviovma into VJur lew nf&Mtr J ' Known as the McGill Furniture Store, cor. Jeff, and Mich. Sts. On n Great Removal Sale of MILLI. NERY lernoifa Sa one wit n II. Al'STKIA Will TAKE TAUT. VIKXXA. May 1". Official an nouncement was made today by the Austrian government that it will par ticipate in tlie Panama-Pacific expo sition in San Francisco next year. MONDAY Shuf TUESDAY TODAY Tomorrow (Thursday) will be a Rousing Big Day with plenty of Bargains for all who may come. rell Co. quality. It's a sale to which every department contributes a gen- 0' n THE YOUNG AND OLD DEMOCRATS HAVE FILED A PETITION UNSOLICITED BY THE This sale is the most important bargain event of the spring season, for it surely sets a new record for value giving. We don't know when such low prices have been named on merchandise of the Brandon-Dur- uoiy 01m, uum erous quota of bargains thus making it possible to supply every appar el and dry goods need at a greatly lessened cost. There are many, many more bargains as great as these: Great nova mm u ress in Our Entire Stock ion Geo. Ford TO PLACE HIM IN NOMINATION FOR JUDGE SUBJECT TO DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES MAY 19TH AND ASK YOU TO Vote tor Fordl 1 i Advertisement. ! i a. .4' . . . i m S I I if I I I l ii 1 We cannot see how any woman can afford to let this sale slip by without participating in some of its bargains. Here it is not vet the middle of May, and every Suit, Coat and Dress is marked down to a surprisingly low figure. It's needless to dwell on the fact that all reductions are genuine and just as represented our reputation is too well established for that. AT LESS THAN r r-4 w sraM sun Women's and Misses' Suits in all the new spring materials and colors. Regular T"7 QC 815.00 Suits. Removal price 41.JJ Women's Suits, Silk and Cloth Suits. Hand- -y, some high grade suits. Black and all new Spring ft Colors. Worth to S00.00 (TOO Kfl 4d.JU Removal Sale HALF PRICE. Women's and Misses' Printzess Suits and sev eral New York makes of high grade suits in an immense variety of styles. Black and all new Spring Shades. S25.00, S30.00 ff1 - n and 35.00 Suits. Removal Sale ... 4) I 4.03 r FTnn rB p n "n3- AT I .FAS THAN POST aw -Slrlyl VJ)P U S in mani facture. Women's and Misses' New Spring Coats all TO MANUFACTURE. Women's and Misses' New Spring Coats. Black and all colors. All sizes, si 0.00 to S15.00 Coats. Removal C 7 c Sale 4)J. Id Women's and Misses' Coats, "Printzess" and several New York makes in silk moire, Taffeta, fancy Eponge, crepe eponge, wool and silk benga lines, gaberdine cloth. Regular r-f C nn S25.00 to S3o.oo Coats . P w.UU new, large selection of styles and colors. S 10.00 CoaL this sale . $4.49 ESSE Ladies' and Misses' Silk Dresses, in fancy foul ard and messaline. In all colors. (Jn n Worth to S 10.00. Sale price 40. 4b Ladies' and Misses' Silk Dresses Silk, Poplin, silk crepe de chine, Messaline and charmeuse Black and all new Spring Shades. T P QC Worth to S25.00. Sale price 4)U.0J 1 lib ' A ,i'lW ..-t if, 1 I 1 uivi-f) TO $60.00 HANDSOME DRESSES HALF PRICE. fVMQ f IT p All kinds, Silk and Cloth our very finest all sizes. Vne-Oaii L TiCe GREAT REMOVAL SALE Table Linens j This store has a reputation on j Linens hard to beat. These values are just suggestions. Read: t 72 inch Mercerized Table Da- i mask, mercerized. The real 50C U qualitv. Sale price Qr 11 van! " iJC i t 56-in. Table Damask, mercer- Q ized. The real 50c quality, (h jfi Sale price, yard y 72 in. Table Linen bleached, rj all pure linen, in lare selection of ti designs. Our regular SI. 00 linen Idak.pric.c:..: 69c i - -1 i 39c Center Pieces, Lunch Cloths and Dresser Scarfs, plain centers, with lace edce. Worth up to 7?c. Sale price .... Fancy Drawn Work Center Pieces, Scarfs and Lunch Cloth?. Worth to SI. (mi. Re- IO h nioval price ii U tiunii t? v. 1 1 vtilLi 1 11,11,:, Scan's and Lunch Cloths. Worth 'i to S l.o. Removal jyQ Drawn Work and Battenberg Table Covers. Round j: square. Candidate for Township Assessor Subject to Democratic! NWth to SS.oo. 0 Aft I Center Pieces and Lunch Cloths JOSEPH VOORDE GREAT REMOVAL SALE EMBROIDERIES Embroideries At Prices Never Known Before. Sample Strips of Embroideries, Bandings and insertions. Fine Swiss and Organdies. Worth up to 75c. Divided into Hire lots. Sale Prices 25c, 15c lyC One big lot Edges and Insertions, IzLr worth loc yard. This sale, yard 3C Embroidery Flcuncings, 1 2 to 15 inches wide, worth 25c a yard. Removal ' 18 in. Embroidery Flouncing, regulai J 5(c value. Removal Sale yd ClC 18 In. Flouncing and Corset Cover Embroi dery, worth 25c vard. Just halt the Xr price this sale, yard I Linen Torchon Laces and Insertions; aM widths, 5c kind. Removal Sale yard ' J2j Torchon Laces and Insertions; all 'Jir widths. 5c kind, this sale yard tt?$j Fancy Lace Bands, up to 0 width, 'Jg worth to si.oo a yard. Sale price yd. fa3C 18 in. Shadow Lace Flouncing, in white or cream. 5oc value. This sale, yard VvU 45 in. Embroidery Flouncings, in laree se lection; worth SI. 00 yard. This sale, vard 27 in. Shadow Lace Flouncings, white, worth 75c. Removal price ... JxC All Over Laces in white, cream or ecru worth to si.00 a yard. This sale Oc GREAT REMOVAL SALE , SULKS An opportunity of a life-time to buy silks at your own price read ThouMinds of Yards 27 to 36T men Silks, Fancy Taffetas, Foulards, Surahs, Fancy Messalines in all colors. Fancy Bro caded effects. Worth $1.00 a yard.O Q Removal Sale Price, yard J s C 27 & 36 inch Plain and Fancy Silks in floral, brocades and corded etfects. Hengalines worth to SI. 50 a yard. Sale price Fancy Silks, all kinds, all colors. Worth up to Sl.oo a vard. This sale OQ - vard .. Jt Fancy Silk Crepes in printed effects, all col ors. Real S 1 .00 crepes. This sale yard Silk Crinkled Crejrt:, 40 in. width, in a!F colors. S2.00 value, 9c Tussah Silks 36 in. width, in black and all colors and changeable effects. 00in 75c value, this sale Jj Tub Silks, 36 inches wide, in fancy stripes and all colors. Regular 5oc value, OQ yard Oyj Wool Challies, in all colors, stripes and flor al effects. The 5oc kind, this sale vard rkj DRESS GOODS. Wool Dress Goods plain serges, fancy bro cades, all colors. 50ckind. OQf This sale, vard sj 40 in. Dress Goods wool taffetas and serges, all colors. Sl.oo kind. Qr This sale vard U!U Towels and ' Towelm TOWEL ENDS 10,000 pieces ut PL'RH LINEN TOWEL ENDS. All kind. Run 1 2 to 1 '4 vards each and are worth per yard t -5c. Divided into four lots. Rcinrtv.il sale 10c, 7c, 5c ?r and sJKj Cotton Bleached Crash Towel ing. Worth Sc a ard. lfy Sale price yard CRASH TOWELING Pure Linen Bleached or Un bleached. The 1 5c kind, this a!e yard The Sc kind. thi sale vard Linen Huck Towels; large se lection; l 5c kind. Sale Of Price t Turkish Towels. Regular 15c kind, sale price Turkish Towels iiirire ize. lckind. Sale price Extra Large and Heavy Turk ish Towels. 30c kind. Sale price Extra Large and Heavy Bath Tub Towels. 5 OC Otn kind isC n 9c 5c 9c 1 . 12k y Turk- 19 c Primaries May 19, 1914. m ..y ., v 3 C