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RTriUAY. MAY lfl, 1011. THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. I Brin v - o your tired, ; acring, i j thrcbbing, 1 burning corner and - yy ..... V h v 0 the - . i corns, ; blisters t r r ! :;1 - -. 7 with V ' : . a 25c ' .: green V'' I ii package ' v ' .v v - v.- 'j soft, soothing, v. healing NY f '7-'i r-G r- b b T ! J - i i ,he drug- just 'round the lose i the pains, I . ' Vhe V.. aches. W- the V smarting j and sweiling I snrl r j bunions Wj; News of Interest to Polish Citizens THE MARKETS. SOCIAL EVENTS. held in the it. i. 'Sfph poclrly of th I'o- liyh Wnmcn'h Vllancc of America of t't. irJvvipf parish. wjll hold its mretiisr Sunday afternoon at -::'. o'clock in jft. HedwiRc's school build in sr. The "Cory Polski" society will ho'.d it.- m-tin Sunday afternoon at o'clock at Z. r.. hall, on W. Division St. mtini' of Polish Ladies' vniAouM v. Italic ki No. 1. will he Mond.-iy fvninK at ": association rooms. Th- senior wnj junior exercifins cla.s of Polish Falcons Z. Balicki Xo. 1 will hold Its exerci&es .uuimaj in? at 7 o'clock at on W. Division t. Sinsins' rehearsal Choral society will f ninjr at S o'clock school ImildLn?. A meeting of St. will he-o'clock inc. TIm? Polish Falcons M. Komanowski. will hold it meeting Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Kosciiszko hall. The rehearsal of a play entitled "Trzeci Maj". will e held Monday evening at S o'clock at St. lledwige's hall. HICAOO STOCK. I'MMN STUCK Y.VIU'S. III.. Mny 1;. lJor-- i:voipt ;.); market r. lr hiuh- er. .Mixe.l :inl hutclivrs S-.'J.V, v.') ; -u-jd Lht v::.Vi roua-ti li-avy "vlt,4j vliT. ; llut 't.. pigs T.O(i',,r,.;; nlkT "attic Kei-i'ipts O: market -Ic;idy. J'.tnei 5". !0'v.."m; ; ;u)..l Lvifi.-r :;..." ri7. !u: st'M-Li'rs and fc-lr'. Nt. "..": lUt-ciptff ."1.m; iujrkt tNily. .Native aul ucteru .si..it-jitj."j.j; lainlis s.".- C, K VIN. drain Ope:, hi : .'; July Me; pt. ; July July : t ij tTc ; St iit. ;;'4c. the armory hall of he in .St. I led wife's held Tw'esday St. Heawige's VaJentine society held Sunday afternoon at H-V) In St. Hedwige's Kchool build- PERSONALS. in a the few .Stephen Ihirzynski arrived ritv I'rulav from Chicago for davs visit with friends. Joseph Werwinsxi, 4 0.", S. Chapin st.. ha-s returned front a short husi ness trip in Chicago. Frank Baczynski returned today to Laporte after a short business visit in iouth Uend. Henry Shulc has returned to Niles after a brief visit with South Hend f riemls. Anthony Malecki left today for an extended visit to Kurope. Peter Xowaczewski. who has been here on business, left this afternoon for his home in Laporte. Frank Snvchlewski. W. Washington! st.. left this niomintr for Chicago, for h several days' visit with relatives and friends'. Casimier Cilazowski. ot Detroit, ar rived here this morning for a visit with his sister. Mr:-. Joseph Kruczyk, .J. Chapin st. Adrlhert Jatrodzir.ski and John CHICAGO CHICAGO, Mmv ;o. Wlu-at-May to orn--.Iay ti'j' Sept. r- a to : oat.s .May Pork .Inly Sjmu hanl JulV .Slo.'.u K 11 -July $11.:;., 'losing : Whput May i Corn May ;yi4r; ti'e. oat May 40c; rsj r-4c. Pork May 51..H); Lard May $10.10; Julv .lo.i'O; Sopt KIb May $1.1.30; July $11.4u; St-pt BRITONS IFi 0 TO BET IG1ST GOLFERS OF I S, ; July M40T.c; July 7S?l"'ic; July GSc; July Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. TOLKDO TOLKDO. O., May .No. rel i': rhsli Snpt. N7-C. Oru Casli 71 to 7Jc; 70.-. hits Cusli .1 to 4:i.j CiKAIN. 10. Cloe anl May --Wheat '.'.; July May " I May July July I OAIKV MAKKKT. CHICAGO, May lfi. Butter i:veipis 7. 4t" tub;. Creamery extras LW; extra firsts 1'4-; firsts JZKnZiW, parking Murk P'iVi 17c. i-'iSSH Itei-efptH 1S.IKC eases; current re- celjt8 171, i xl v1 ' x4t; nrsts ls .e lO'-jv; dirties 17 . Live poultry Turkeys 1." springs 17-; rooter lie; (luck lPlv. fc ordinary firsts 17' extras L'l'.c; ehe ks chi"keiis 17c ?eee Sfti U- SOUTH RKaP MAHKCTS, 1'LOt'R AND I'EEI). (Corrected Daily by KnobJock & Glni, Hydraulic Are.) Crelt nd flour Buying wbe.it t yjc; oats at 40. retailing at .'.0': rve. oo; corn, buying at Cx selling at 70-. (Correited PROVISIONS. Dally by i W. E. Jefferson Illvd.) FruitOranges, per case, s.i.00; at -.e to maj ppr Uoz. Lemons, rase, $4.."iJ: elllnr at to 40e per dot. Hananis. buy ing i.c to $2 per bunch; selling . to -Oc per doz. f table Neve cabbtge, paying pound: selling at ae. Ptatoe?. 6do bu.; selling at 25c per peck. Batter and Egg Country butter, Ing 1XV- to L'Sr; selling -j.V and ! :reamery ."c to tr7c, selling :u. to Ste-1 Kggs, trtctly fresl', paying 17c to Mueller. 219 selling per leaving Sunday for Europe c to l'4c. ISc. ianski are (Posen). - .Mrs. Katherine Milosniak, V. Divi sion st., left Friday afternoon for Chi cago, for a. wffiv ' visit wifh relatives. VILLAS TROOPS VICTORIOUS IN FIRST SKIRMISH (CONTINUED FROM PAGK ONE) each, are marching ov:"land from Hi plito, sj)read over a iront of nearly twentv miles, driving evoryfhiiip be fore them toward SaltHlo. Many small hand? of federals who have sur rendered to them voluntarily and ask ed to be allowed to swear allegiance to the constitutionalist lla, were taken into the rebel ranks. It Is expected that the investment of altillo will be complete by night and C.en. Villa, following his usual custom, will attack the city under cover of darkness. Including a portion of the constitu tionalist forces under command of C.en. Pablo (Jonzales. hurried here from Tampico, C.en. Villa has no less than P.O.uOO men in his attacking force. P.ut all of these men are not on the tiring line. Some are detailed to scout duty anil others are employed in guarding the railroads and supplies. Several thousand constitutionalists are being held in reserve as a rear guard to prevent an attack by fed erals or a Hank movement. It is believed that the federal force in Saltillo has been greatly strength ened by conscripts but the righting ability of these "soldiers" is doubted. Citi.en Volunteers.. In addition to the conscripts there are a number of citizen volunteers in the federal ranks as Gen. lluerta or b red the federal olticers in s"altillo to spread the word that the eonstitution iilist army is in reality an army of L'O.OOO American soldiers who are lighting with the constitutionalists. It is said that lluerta caused th report to he published in Saltillo thai Villa has been commissioned a colonel in the I'nited Stater, army. j Warning has been sent to non-com- j latants in Saltillo. but it is feared that, the rommandcr of the Uurtista army j will refuse to allow able-bodied men to puss from the city. Fear of killing these inoffensive i.eons mav prolong tne name oi sai- - ! tillo and 'cause the concentration of j 1 rebel artillery lire upon the artillery j of the defenders rather than on the j ' town itself. j The army of attack is probably the j ' l..et disciplined in the republic and ; itertainly it is the best equipped., Krinwini: the value to his men of i '. keeping them in good shape and good j i spirits. Gt n. Villa not only laid in bjg i stores of food and clothing, but has j even provided moving picture shows : and other amusements for their enter- tainmeut in camp. Since the fall of j Tori eon sixteen bands have been or-i ; -ani.ed in the rebel ranks and con- , certs and dances have been gien; I iiearlv everv ni-ht. : HAY, STRAW AM) IFKII. (Corrected Dally by the Veslv Miller Flour A Feed Co., 4J0 S. Michigan St. Hay, paying $12 to $14; elliutf $1(1 to $18. Straw, paying $i to $7; selling $ ton. Uld corn, paying C"mj ppr bu.: selling 70c to 75c per bu. Oats, paying 4o per bu.; celling at 47c to per bu. CloTer weed, paying $7.50 to $S jer bu.; gelling $8 ro $S.f.O. Soy beans, selling $2.:.0. Seed oata, telling loc per bu. Market, to 16c, FOITL.TR Y AND MEATS. (Corrected Dally ry the Ferudell 125 N. Main St.) PooHry (,bioken8. paying 15c seiing at 20' to 20c. Mratt Ketaii: real, COc to 30c; round ateak. 2CK' to 2o-; airlotn steak, .e: porter bouae. 35c to 40?; beeT roast. 20 t, se: bollmj beef, 10c to $JCK:; lard, lKe; smoked bam, 20: to STc. Seed to S3 per SEEDS. (Corrected Dally by Warner r.roa. Co., 114 E. Wayne St.) Peda Timothy payiug $2.50 hushei, selling at $.1.00. Ked clover r7iZ $5 to $7. selling $s. Alfalfa, paying $7 to $8; celling at ss.00. AUike clover, paying from $10 to $12. selling at $12. Cow peaa, paying from $2 to $2X0. selling $2.50. TALLOW AND HIDES (Corrected Daily by S. W. Llppman, 210 N. Main St.) Tallow Rough, 2-' to 2'jc; rendered No 1. to ae: No. 2. 3ie to 4Vic. Hide No. 1 green bides. He to 12c; cured, calf akiu, lSc to 17 '.jc; wool. 17c. LIVE STOCK. (Corrected Dally by Major Uros., S. ogan Street.) Heary fat steers, live cwt.. $Q.2" to $7.50; dressed. $12.00 to $lo.(!0. Feeders. $:.73 to $fl.75. Lambs on foot. $i.00 to $7 00. dressed 12c to 11.. liogs, 1W to 2t0 lbs., $70 to $800. LONDON'. May 10. Despite the defeat of the Am rican stars in the contest for the St. George's ;old cup at Sandwich, backers of the English players today refused to waer more than even money on the chances of the P.ritons in the tournament for the championship of Great Britain that opens Monday. " 'They never come back' cannot be said of the Americans." said an English expert today when he was asked whether ho thought that the Britons would" hae an easy time in the title contest. "You must remember that this was the first tournament in which the Americans have competed this year. "Though they have practiced on the course they were not thoroughly familiar with it and it mu?t also be remembered that probably most of them were under a nervous strain, knowing how closely their perform ance was being: watched, not only in England, but also in America. 'Of course, we hope that the title will not cross the water, but one can never tell what these; Americans will do. I certainly think that Jerome D. Trayers, the American champion, will do better in the championship match es. The same belief holds good as to Francis Ouimet and 'Chick" Ev ans. The medal play of both John Graham, jr.. and 11. I). Gillies, who finished first and second, respective ly, in the St. George's cup tourna ment, was marvelous. "Match play will be an Entirely different affair and we must not be overconfident. Harold Hilton, the present British champion, is regarded as one of the greatest match players that England lias ever seen, but he finished three strokes behind Tracers in the medal play for the cup." Most of the American players again went to Sandwich today for brief practice in the morning. They said they were disappointed over their showing, but declared they hoped to do better next week. 8,000 POLICEMEN IN NEW YORK PARADE NE YVYOKK. May 1 6. Eight thousand policemen, a record num ber, took part in the annual police parade in this city today. The pro cession marched up Fifth a v. from Twenty-third st. to the Fifty-ninth st. plaza where they were reviewed by Mayor John Purroy Mitehel and a number of high police and citv offi cials'. The "finest"' made a bravo show ing as they marched up the avenue proceded by a detachment of mount ed men. The marchers moved with the precision of trained soldiers and were cheered by ten of thousands of persons who lined the streets. The weather conditions feet. were per- SUFFRAGETS TRY TO ASSAIL THEIR JUDGE FELIXSTOWE. England. May 16. I'iotous scenes were enacted in the courtroom here today when Hilda Burkett and Florence Tunnks. two members of the militant suffragets arson squad were held for trial on the charge of arson. They are charged with burning the Bath hotel. The women tried to make a personal attack upon the judegr and it required six wardresses and policemen to hold them in their seats. They kept screaming at the court throughout the hearnitr. interrupting' the ceedings half a dozen times. pro- TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS mm 1 0 This means a clean, quick job for me and a better house for the owner. Bcstwall saves the carpenter from losing time, because he can apply it himself in very little time no waiting for plasterers. Bestwall will cost the owner less than lath and plaster there will be no upkeep cost none of the muss of plastering. His walls and ceilings will be forever fireproof will keep out heat, cold and dampness and are absolutely guaranteed not to warp or shrink, crsxk or break, chip or fall off. He will gzt 100 value in Bestwall, whether used in building or remodeling. These dealcrn or the manufacturers will give you literature, samples and prices. BESTWALL MFG. CO., Chicago CDS Indiana Lumber A Mfjf. Companr, 712 S. Mhlgan St.; Home Phone 11M. Bell 7M ; South I'.end. Ind. MUhawaka Lumber Yard. Corner Fourth A. I'uion St.; Roth Phones .SO; Mlshawaka. Indiana. Kat side Lumber Yard, So. Kmerb k St.. i:nd oi .TefTorno-.i St. Rridge: Home Fhone 5120. Bell 120: Smith Herd. Indiana. Wwt Side Lumber Yard, M W. Washington Ave.; Home Phone :.020. Bell 1010; South Bend. Indiana. North Side Lumber Yard, a IS So.'Scott St.; Home Phone 5131, Bell mi; South. Bend. Indiana. 4 WATca us grovv Shop Tonight where the Crowds will be, at U88ELL cm GREAT MEMWrU SALE and where the Greatest Bargains ever known are to be had tonight .. mu 11.. i...n.A. n 1 . hi 1 mr'm NO I II L OI l.i: I KLAL KMATK HY LVKC'ITOK. I'll. u'mIc; iue 1. Lecuur f the l..it , Will of !:: .1". l;.iv,a. de.-M-d. i.'V ;y j givt-x in-t i t It .1 1 by virtue of tr p ei- by aid will -nf'rred. .) will at ; he hoi:i ! f nln t'.o ... iu. '-l! .t;:.' 1.". l'.'H. a: l;U j t.tli.'. .'.. Jl.i south .M: 1 . !trt t. Mi-li:r.a-j Wi. iiMliatia. and nMu iby l day t!i-re-af:r until Mld. Mer f"r ":ilc at p.'vate s t! all ?' t!'.'"" lPt-ivit of sild d-eb iU i;i and t" the following b. ri'-d i-.'.l ea:e: Lot.- n ii!nlei"'l i-ieen 1 1 and lM-ive 12 In td k ii'.nibTed ffty-f.ur i."-4 li"W;i ,iti Hi n-'-'Tiicd piat of I..hvik!ci J iiud Bat tell'" :ohJitlii t the 1'i'Wii. ji.ovj t h" t'ity f Miuawaka. St. .1 -ph 'oint.' Indiana, exrepuns; and -rvin : a-r-f r :i i I Me ! . ' 1 1 Hl H'i t'H't .!"( ft. tI oi aid. ' S.ild s.;it- to ! pt,viil .-f ?aid ft" 't the entile ii:jcn 1 t nnai''erfd t'!vt iil te ni.idi ul'jnt t tin' ouri at;d for Pi lm .itni.N .1. s niMn.i:i:. 1: nut.: Brow si. John V. -f the 1 . 1 -1 Will of Miry J. a; ' f ". ..- . - ; -, . ' f x ., - : V . :'..v,T-:v:.o- ,-::- S. : . - '. "4 , -:s ' .!t:. v . - ft v" Y. 5 i 6 r - i 1 i Vernon W. Van Fleet Candidate for Judge St. JoseBli Superior Cour 1 Subject to Republican Primaries, May 19, 1914 AU ertiement H ...difii.! inil f 2C FRANCIS M. CALDWELL GUY C. CAPENTER Middle District Western District For Commissioners. Subject to the Progressive Primaries, May 19, 19 14. Their Pledge to the Voters To stand FOR ECONOMY, a lower tax rate, good roads and a square deal to all the people. Advertisement r3 n H"Wil inimm i n - ' ' T- -r- f ' r -in i r vs .. ... - ' ' ... -Ar X - y . v. eter B. Miller Republican Candidate For County Sheriff St. Joseph County, Ind. Subject to the Republican Pri maries, Mav loi-i. My No. is 16-C. - i rt dement WHY (Jl'S A. KlilXGLKR SIIOrijl hi: (mi.vti:i rou town ship Ti:tSTi;i:. S. hiudler. Attf niv for r.state. Candidate for County Auditor ; i l I'irrsiii ili-hi ; M. i ! i.ti- !. ST. ".'. K ; fair 7.C."ij. .T : oui-u.-'ii N'" . T . 7 : 'lutiiou to good fat bull mi ; nifc.o.) to god fat tuns f.".." fcrT.'o; l.vifiMs .-"i .".sb : f;eJ tows an I Ii i:ii-ri xh'VM); veal ah -s $10.Vt 'll.i.j ; t henry and tliiu -:iIve $7.u.Kti S.f 0. j S!i-p and la rub upplv "fi'.r : tnaikt"; low. Prime wether .vkl'jV7t;.2." : rood !i:Ke.i jr. .in',; fT n:leo : nil am! oiiini.in n ;.iHi t.M; bunbs S ( '(viii; xpfinz lambs N ' 1 1.. ;(;; - 1 1 i p r - P d'uli!r iii-' ; ni.n ket i h:zl.-r. Prinirt hejvy liop S. '7 . : ine- 1 inllt.l Jv.S.t.3w. L VM WW w V f t M I J u I Subject to the Decision of the Democratic Voters of St. Joseph County Primary, May 19, 1914 -JLdvertieement. When fins A. Klingler. South Hend .school attenUanee otticer. entered the race for the democratic nomination for Portaee township trust e. it wa-s not without a due regard for the re quirements of the office to which he aspires. Aside from being a thor otigh demoi rat, always with the jiarty, ind d-vot (1 to democratic prineiph-s. '.lis experience in dealing w ith pnd iejiis similar to those that confront a lownship trustee, shouM "render him an exceptionally desirable n trice r. As school attendance otticer. under appointment of the j?outh Henil board of education. Mr. Klingler has already l,aJ s(me experience in dealing with tl pooler element of the community, and especially the children an ac ouaintance that is important to a township trustee, with whom the care f the poor is always present. Under Indiana's compulsory educa tion law. attendance at school is man natorv of all children under the ase i f 1 i and if cl"thin: or food is r.ec fnry t- thar end, the atter. danoe of icer "niut ce that they h.c' it. He s'vc?n the apes of 14 i. ml work alone and the need of it that th fam :ly may r 't suiter, excuses non-at tendance. It is in these particulars that Mr. Klingler proved his particu lar efficiency as an attendance officer. He has never allowed poverty to thwart the rules of learning where compulsory attendance applies, and though not required of him, during liis two years in this office, he has found paying positions for 11 buys and sirl.-' betwen the ages of 14 ai d if., where the income from their -ervic- was es sential to the family livelihood. He did this for these families, ;i principle. which applied as trustee supplying work Instead of alms might be made to sae th tax-payer considerable money. If nominated and ebtfd. Mr. Klinc ler would use the same genius in th oltice of trustee :tn he ha used a school attendance otTicer; as he u.- d 'during his previous thirty years of sei- vic with the Kllsworth store; a h has always used in the conduct of his private affair?, and In the affairs of others. Add this recommendation to hi- un- j questioned democracy democrats in jears when others falterej by the wayside. and his claim upon demo cratic support mantis un i'leslionco. Since coming to South fb-r.il from Nov.- tar!i!e. the town of hN Mitli. he has always fousht in the party's rank", and now asks only reciprocal 1 consbb-rotion. w li--n his ivcn" Up at th- p:i'..ary. Mav .. Ai'.l lUi L A I It'll MASONS. All Hoy.,; Ar. li .l.is.n-- u h - d'd Tr.-.f i noTi- of :.a n'lilel a : ett - ! tainment t- i 'M' a: M. '.sonic J Tempi'' VWir."da ; r. .May arc. vita t;":e;r l.idy. eor.!iili' invited to attend. Dinner will 1- V rvcl ,,t 7 I. n.. sharp. I, -)Ted to attend j,;-:iwf llo!ne I'"' Hom i.!o; Si:nfd. 't. H. :)-:. li. 1 1 A. S. Iruin. .' '. Advt I Clifford DuComb Candidaifc For Justice of Peace Portage Township. Subject to Republican Primar ies. May rn. A h 'ft.- m. i.