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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
WEDNTSDAY, JfVT. (7, 1911 Skin tortures will yield to IF voti have crzrma, nnjrw-orm or oiher itchir.p, burning, un ifh:lv cr-p1"". UY Rriir.ol 01nt;r4rnt and Rci'mol Scap and see how q lickly tlic itc in? itopt and thf trouble dis aprars, even in severe, stubborn ea?. Rinol 0;ntmrnt is aho an rxcrllent household rcrordy for pimples, dar.diuff, sorrs, burn?, pounds, boils, and for a store of o?rrr i;tf5 where a soothing, heal ing application i needed. Kwinol contain rothira: of tmrsh or iejunoua ntur ani rmU uwd with rnrfi i:ir en tr t-TvirrM t mot jrri tt'i urfr. Prar;ira!ly fty 'Irug gut n-llf Knincl Ointn er.t ("0' $1). and Ruino! fcifcO (2.''). I r trial Irr-t, writ to Dpt. 4 "-S. P.fpirol, Baltimore, M'l. AroiJ wot th!?s imitation. DULLWESS STILL STREET KEYNOTE Professional Drive Against Values is Successful But Short Covering Helps Market to Recover. -y vrj 4T vt'. A I. r'' - A4 i-"'' I t-r I , vvV ! A v" Vi ," ?Vl ? , Uvpi : iVf 1 f , feUTi- r. r - V e -A" j'C' t 'Itttzri ' vj fz -i V . F - - ' -lf-.t w 4 I SEVERAL STATES ELLING WHEAT C r.Y josi:imi r. iiUT ir i:i). CHICAGO, June IT. Th-r- is little In the condition; 5urrou tiding the wheat market on which to make pur chases. The crop is moving in in creased quantities and prices are like ly to settle to a lower level. Good weather Is needed to permit of har vesting and threshing new wheat, as well as movinp it to the railway sta tions In the interior. It looked at one time Tuesday as if the heavy and gen eral rains in the southwest and south would check the downward trend of values for the time bein. at least, but the Increased selling by some of the larger commission houses against the actual wheat to corne forward tlrnve many of the early huyers out of their position surl caused net losses for th day of 2-8ri 7-8. While St. Louis reported that the larg'er cash houses were not reoMvintf favorable responses to the bids sent out Tuesday nlht. there was a differ ent story to come from the cash hand lers at Chicago as well as at Kansas City. These markets reported heavy purchases of the new crop over ni'ht. The states selling now wheat were Iowa, Nebraska, Illinois. Indiana. Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma, ome of these states were pressing their praln for sale, which caused the cash handlers at Chicago to back away from the increased offerings. Tho first car of new wheat from the couthwest wa received at Chicago Tuesday from Oklahoma. This prain was reported to be in milling condi tion. The tirst car of new crop re ceived at Chicago in 1913 was on Juno 20. Importing countries are resorting to their old tactics of making pur chases of wheat in a sub rosa way. In n round of the larger cash handlers Tuesday it w;is learned that not 'only 'hicago. but the southwestern mar kets, sold considerable of this rain for foreign shipment and that it is to go out in AuKust and September. Ad ditional vessel room was engaged at 1 . 1 A ! ine scaooaru markets ior eariy snip ment, with some of it to be loaded as early a-s the first week in July. There were small price recessions in corn. The weakness was on better weather in Argentina and the in creased oilerings of European cargoes uh well a- those, from Argentina. P.tienos Aires was off 1 T-S, and there v.-;us freo selling there by producers. A messrig from New York said that I'lale com was offered there for July and August shipment at '7c. The same interest which has been prominent on the buying side of oats for several days past again absorbed liberal supplies of both the July and September. The market, however, was 1-S'fj l-2e lower to unchanged, show ing that the July and September were tinder considerable selling pressure. The provision market was fraction ally lnwer all around, with the easier hog market and the promise of larger receipts Wednesday, coupled with the bearish semi-monthly storks of prod ucts as the leading induences. New Jersey, Indiana & Illinois R. R. Co. TDn: tatlt: ao. a. Effective March 2nd, 1914. BOUTII BOUND. No. 1 Na. 3 No. 8 Ponth Bend (J:S0am 10:1.", na 2:1.' pta Kixer 5 :47 am Il;.TCm 2:32 pra Vhartona ...... 6 :"7 m in :42 am 2 po PweD7 7:OJra 10:31 -n - p:q 7 :1a am 11. (V m 3:0opra KORTII BOUND. No. 2 No 4 No. 8 rrt ............ 7:."am 11:4. am ? pra fcw-rfnejTi 7:7 am 11 :."? m 3:37 pm whartoa ...... H:0arn 12:e5pin 3:4i pta KLr-er 8:13 am i: :13 pm 3:.Vpr frrnlh rad S :30 am l:C0pra 4:10 pm All trains dally except Sundaj. Thia Compnny Reserves right to jxry trom this without notice. U. J. JACKSON. Commercial Aent. ItY BltOAD.W WALL. SFAY VOKK. Jtme 17. prices yielded to a wholly professional drive; against values in the earlv session of' Tuesday's stock market. Well distributed rumors that no rate d'eision could b expected until the end of July were followed by selling orders that created a temporary ap pearance of activity. No real business developed and unsettled was the only result. By noon dullness ruled and in the late afternoon there was a par tial recovery due to short covering. Kfforts were made to encourage en thusiasm in t'tah Copper. The price was marked up one-half. The move ment was largely a family affair. n the strength in this stork selling or ders appeared in Amalgamated and A naconda. With the mta! market in a highly unfavorable condition, it is extremely doubtful if L'tah with sll its glowing prospects can stem trade conditions. The conversion of Brooklyn Rapid Transit bonds into stock and the sell ing of the shares by hold holders who do riot care to be stockholders, carried the price down a point. This pressure will cease when the conversion privi lege expires on July 1st. and 11. II. T. as a 6 per cent stock should then sell materially higher. Atchison, Lehigh Valley and Norfolk & "T.'estern moved contrary to the general list and scored advances. Southern Pacific was at 91 3-4 when an inexperienced broker with a selling order appeared in the crowd, and the price was dropped to 93 5-8, at which iigure he was relieved of his stock. The price recovered later to 9 4 1-4. Cnion Pacific lost a point on what looked like short selling. Steel com mon showed good support around 1 1-2. Sterling exchange again ruled at top figures and further engagements or gold to the amount of $5,500,000 were announced for Tuesday's steamer, bringing tlie present movement up to $49,450,000, or a total of $63,450,000 for the year to date. Xo che"'; to this outward movement is discernible, and every encouragement is apparent ly ottered by the announcement of the secretary of the treasury that would extend government aid during the crop moving period. Trading in Ponds was in reduced volume with an easier tone. Inter- If vou have a little boy there's no reason whv vou should not stock up with some wash suits for him. We will put on sale Friday morning about 300 suits, sizes 3 to 7; regular S2.50, S3 and S3.50 values. They are all of the newest styles; long middy trouser suits; short trouser suits; blouse effects; straight effects; short sleeves; long sleeves; low necks; high necks; Eton collars; sailor collars, embroidered and braided; Oliver Twists, Etons, Russians, Balkans and The Pixie (like cut). . mm lct J J A4 I i t J 110-112 W. Washington Ave. We advise you to come early and pick the rest patterns. Your choice rf rjl wane uiey .aw, -$o) Q lUi iplemdid Values 0Fflny of a Place So. Yow Home The house-wife who lakes pride in t sic ooJ appearance of her home will be .interested in our magnificent shon in- of beautiful Brass Beds and Bed Davenports. These items are representative of the nnr.y extra eyuxl value our mammoth stock oilers you. Come in, nur sa!eine:i will glad to show you through, whether you buy or not. i ; i ii i fi yc: 1 Guaranteed Brass Bed PHce $6.95 This handsome Colonial stylo brass bed is a very special bar gain at this price. If you con template buying a brass bed you should see it. It has a substan tial Inner stod frame- over which tho brass frame is built; the ex cellent. Hoyal Satin Lacquer fin ish is proof against tarnishing. You can make your FolecUcn from many other beautiful do sins just as reasonably priced. AN EXCELLENT PORCH ROCKER, RIES PRICE 98c KXTRA SPECIAL It is mado substantially of hard maple, without arms; seat woven of wide strips of rattan. A nice rocker for porch or bed room, in fact, comfortable and handy for use anywhere. national Steamship 54 1-2 to o?,. 5s dropped from Crop news was uniformly favorable. Winter wheat is beinc harvested under satisfactory conditions, and in the spring wTieat belt the weather is fa vorable for rapid growth. The gov ernment weekly bulletin reported rapidly improving' conditions in the southwestern cotton field. Pessimists are rampant, with profes- htfLsional traders predicting a "soda wa ter rise on the announcement of the rate decision, to be followed,. in their opinion, by a decline that will punch new holes in the bottom of prices. Op- timists are quiet and are not talking for publication. CUltllS STUBBORN', ITCHY SKIX TItOUllIJvS. "I could scratch myself to pieces" is often heard from sufferers of Ec zema, Tetter, Itch and similar skin Eruptions. Don't Scratch Stop the Itching at once with Dr. Hobson's Ec zema Ointment. Its first application starts healing; the Red, Rough, Scaly, Itching Skin is soothed by the Heal ing and Cooling Medicines. Mrs. C. A. Einfeldt. Rock Island. 111., after using Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment, writes: "This is the first time in nine years I have been free from the dreadful ailment." Guaranteed. 50c,. at your druggist. Adv. FILE AFFIDAVITS. BLOOMIXGTON, 111.. June 17. Attorneys for 'Carl Person, the local labor leader charged with the murder of Tony Musser at Clinton, Tuesday filed 512 additional affidavits to sup port their agreement for a change of venue. Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS "Watch Us Grow" O n o anngjsiKiiune -j "Watch Us Grow" i c 3 ZI W oiiei9 teady-tWear laments Never before such Bargains Never before such High Grade Merchandise that must be sold at such ridiculously low prices. REMEMBER THESE GOODS MUST GO BEFORE WE MOVE. REMOVAL W 1 mt 1 I T OF VALUE M.t c"herwie merito-inij nd ral uahN lnvnttu r rv:;.1.rM worth rrm rh stand jr1n of patent T-un .jne t Inrt or stu.rui ?" tKn. whi.h !s n-.rjr y la r!e t t i v Ihire hn -O jf:irs rro- ecu- to l:. r-r ! . n 1 .i Iifa f ? . . i r r tu up r I .I'.wny :dvl?e . r taon a mi r nil Information N L;i rkv fr ml t ii re I :i "t f r.-e t WiiMoincti.ri. jn.i an ffli r!"l) r'"-T:r "vc -it'.-,, i na'-iTjtee 3 efS- ! !i 1 I? - rry l'at GEORGE J. OLTSCH uit ;ji 1 I. M K ll tf , uth Hn. fni. 7 7 AM Am. SALE ffx 3 mmer Dresses Wash Dresses Women's colored wash dresses in pretty tissue ginghams, voiles, striped voiles and crepes in long tunic effects. 1 Regular S5.00 value this sale 0JJr Whifp Dresses wTrn?s Prett-y T!lite,dres.fs if mix iicoouo in plain or embroidered voiles also lace trimmed with roman striped ribbon belts or rSrimm.ed: ... $ 5.95 & $ 3.98 0 1 1 1, naecOO Wonieil's s'lk dresses in beautiful till ft UFcSSco siik crepes, poplins and taffetas all colors size's 16 to 4() choice of any dress in the store that sold up to S-lo.oo. 13 00 REMOVAL SALE Au ffcvj.v "' i "t fell Bed Davenport g?... 29.95 EXCELLENT MATTRESS INCLUDED Although this is an exact illustration of this Red Davenport, it does not show the excellent quality of material nor tho high class workmanship combined in its construction. The frame is built of kiln dried quarter sawed oak, upholstered with brown Spanish Chase leather, tufted or plain, as shown in picture. Excellent coil steel wire springs in peat and back. You do not sleei on the upholstered part; it unfolds in a simple way, revealing comfortable springs and mattress a bed such as you would feel satisfied to pive to your best friends or relatives. A large shipment direct from our own factory now ready for your inspection, many new styles from which to chooso yours. 3 Rooms Completely Furnished 139.75 Just Tell the Salesman to Charge It if Modern Home Furnishers :um to 310 So. Jllch. st. mens Coats Women's Coats at S 10.00. Sale price. . New spring styles, large select ion coats" that sold O U7 T4- Chic new-Spring Styles black VVUlllCll a VUata and all colors- variety of styles that sold up to si 5.00. This sale in a very large . $5.95 1 I i j i 29c WOMEN'S WHITE WAISTS Pretty white Lingerie mt Waists reirular Sl.ou qualities, this sale WOMEN'S SILK CHIFFON AND NET WAISTS Large selection i n black and colors S5.(XS to $5.00 Waists. This sale IkTr, rn4 All our beautiful Cloth Coats in VVUllLCll & VUdld Mack and all colors including all coats that sold up to S35.00. This sale Mi r i 1 ; 1 ' ; 3 3 lf-U.W Ml Ilui .iiitiii. ...II W ..... w i i., i i. i I . ij I I II mil l.i. ..m, I.M. .i i.i i -ii. i i in , i.i ni.r I'-iiii i-i In nminiMi m I. i.i.-ii in ii i i. ! ii . ii.- ..- .... . ri i m .. A I lySanitarylitchei ! $ 1 0.00 98c WOMEN'S SILK OR CLO SUITS Your choice of any suit in the store that sold up to S35.00 Sale Price $9.?5 WOHEWS In Mack and all colors S5.00 values, this sale. $2.49 CHILDREN'S COLORED WASH DRESSES Over l,ooo to select from in plaids, checks and stripes every color all sizes 6 to 14 years S 1.50 to S2.50 values. This sale SILK PETTICOATS Women's silk messa line Petticoats in black :ind all colors regular S3.9S vcue. This sale. . . . 74c 1.49 The housewife who uses Gaa for cooking, hetfiiirrg waier md ironing u proud to show visitors into the kitchen. How often you have heard that warning cry, "Oh, don't go in there iff a sight!" Well, that was not an All-Gas Kitchen it was a coal rind ashes kitchen. See our new special Cabinet Gas Ranges selling at $2500 and up. Other Gas Ranges $12.50 and up. Easy terms. We will gladly send a representative on request. The Gas Company 215-217 SO. MICHIGAN ST. (J SPECIALIST Successor to United Doctors. Nervous and Chronic Diseases of Men and Women. ROOM 12, TOEPP 5LDG Office Hours 9 to 12 A. M.; 2 to 5 P. M.; 7 to 8 P. SLf and 10 to 12 A. M. Sunday. 3 t