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TlirUxDAY, AI'KlIi 8, 1915.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES BOOST SOUTH BEND DEATHS. GUTTER FUNERAL TO FAIR COMMITTEE TO r.rc;i:xr: c. rix.v. Kiigcuo C. Finn, 10 months old Fon of .Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Finn. 101 1-2 N. Hill ?t.. died Wednesday night fol lowing an illness of two months of complications. The child was horn in South I lend. May 20. l'JU. Short prayer service was held at the resi dence Thursday afternoon. The hody will he taken to Atwood, Ind., Friday morning for burial, Services will hi held at Atvood at 11 o'clock. dc Linn m MEET THIS AF UL Local Committee to Arrange an Atito.Tour Throughout Indiana. Officers of Northern Indiana Historical Society Pay Trib ute to Manufacturer. All Minor Details Regarding Proposed Association to Be Settled. ROUTE FOR 0 nunAV IILLLI U1UH Actlvo t-f p-j'to i -n t SVuth F.nd on the roi;tv (,f the Idxlo lii trli'.v.iy will 1 taken this afternoon at a nu.ot Inur of the local orntnit t to he held at the Ch.'uuirfT of Comin'TCf. Th.- Thursday was dlvcrce day in su- mrftir.tr will ho .;illal at i:M i.Vlock. . penor court. All day long Judge lord Arrangements will he m;de for an COURT HEARS DOMESTIC Funeral services for George Cut ter, founder of the George Cutter a k. m m a. m m I WUtS ON UlVUnUc UAY ! I:Iectric Co- who dled Wednesday at I Ijfjs Angeles?. Calif., will be held Mon- nutomobile tour n'xt week through the length 4-f the stat- t a roust1 mjii thm nt In favor of South Fend. A fcorrt or more f cars an- expected to carry- ?) or 00 enthusiast.s on the trip. Kvrry large city and town from hrre south to Indianapolis will he visited. .Stops will he made at f ach phiee and good roads men int --rest d and urged to boost for South Fend. In addition the lo;il men will earry "with them maps and diagram- of the proposed routi- from J ark-on ill-, Fla. to South lb ml. Pictures and a sur vey of the; route will aerompiny the maps. Thes- will he distributed in all the cities where stoj.v - made. cne of the strorr.:' st b-oosers for the South Fend rout- is V. Gil t;reath. secretary of th" Hoc. ;V M--tor club of Indb-nap--!'s. A 1 U r from Gilhreath Is e-p ot.d todav at the CharnluT of "om:;.' r e t J 1 i r : r "!" his work donee si me ;'? m vention at Chattanooga p t v.-. ;.. ; : ! i,r. ,, t h is the for- h. b r of the I i x i highway ar.d vas ib j.rst to s'j-;-gi t Fouth Hetal as the northern terminus Of th.e projio-ed The p"-a! run vrk;ir.r f.r the Fout'i F.e:d ;-ou?e v. ho Will met t tlii afternoon are '!.;iri- - l'r.ink. P. S. V.'.itiers, F. F'jiiis Kubns and William Ha pp. NEW CHOIRMASTER OF ST. JAMES' HERE FRIDAY sat and listened to the trials and tnb ulations as brought out in the argu ments for severing the bonds of mat rimony. Fifteen cases were scheduled to his disposed of. At. nocn one decree had oeen granted, two cases were dis missed, while four were continued. At 1:"0 the grind was begun again. Fva K. Lampson was granted a di vorce from James A. Lampson. She was also given custody of a five-year-old daughter while the husband was ordered to pay to the county clerk Jj.r.o a week for the support of the child. The cas'.s of Lillian VP. McCormick aeainst Thomas J. McCormick and Mary F. HaFley against William lial.s- !cv w: Te elisraissed. A WIIONG IMPltISlO. A (.'ennan looking for a person by the i..ime of lnmn, who owed him money, asked a young fellow near St(ne'q eating-house where No. GO -!tiK.m st. was. as he "wished to find Mr. Dunn." The follow told him to go into Sweeney's eating-house and the man roar the window was Mr. Dunn. The German w ent into the f atir.fr-house and went up to a man, who happened to l.e an Irishman. "Are you Dunn'.'" said tlvN German. "Done?" slid Pat. "Fy my soul. I have just .started"' A' ;..-rt w. (' ' 1 o f ; i i i a tr i . a r i i . :ri-e. i Tin: isvct:. T!:e biaf-k la an was .Miested for 'not . -ste.i iimr. When iis ili.y in eo'iif cmii'' the charge in the indict- .T ii ert ' ' y 1 1': d ; 'i -h 'if J- as;? er at "L. , ni ' i e?i i. : ii. i I ::. pi.-' .. .,:: m , v;. .: ( r 1 n .11 m- i ai . J' c.ioi;- wdl :::....!M t e - t:t;.de fjf rau .-,ie;.l iraiiiir. M 1 . o i ; , 1 1 1 pre -rit. a. g. !I el ih- ;.,f oi . .: ' : i i ;e ; , ; , i ti , f.'rm r ar Vi ' i ' ; a i : , . . Ind . coMpb"t I y e o . ; , : - d with sior". aed to.ip. !e :it the Drain hotel. W'j r;a rin. . Iria.. Saturda. oril If. 1"!. ar.d -11 this i-.ih 'das--- i : rr.i. r ga lajle: s- e him. f alue. Call and ildiinlv read to him. ie v. a guiiiy or not. asuoi tre- fov i utir.g attorney. '!!) Ma man rolled uneaiilv in s :r. "Well, e..-.. !:pally .-aid, . i:.'t ,; i! the - . ry '!:".vg vve'ie about WON. Ae .ail So Piity Smith has won ! h" N'a ncy Prow n '.' ' "red', ric Ye:?. Aiugail IIow b you know? I're.derie Well. I heard her Ull her f-ister that she was on her last lap. Princeton Tiger. day. The body Is enroute to South llcnd from the west and is expected to reach Chicago Sunday .afternoon at 3.25. It will he there transferred and carried to South Bend. The hour of the funeral has asyot not been defi nitely settled. The following tribute was paid to the memory of Mr. Cutter by the ollicers of the Northern In diana Historical society: , "The ollicers and members of the Northern Indiana Historical society wish to give an expression to our deep sorrow on learning of the untimely death of our worthy associate and ztalous coworker, Mr. George Cutter, who passed from earth so unexpected ly on his trip for recreation and study to the Pacific coast. A lover of fair nature, a lover of his fellow man, there would seem to be certain tad fitness in his departure to even high er and greater things while he was en gaged in the study of the grandest things: of natuie. the- grandest works of man. The poetry of this beautiful earth, the poetry of human life, ap pealed to him. Whether searching out the wee red tipper blossom or gazing upon the giant of the fort st that has been growing since Solomon built his temple, he was an anient lover of the works of God: and whether chatting with the ragged child in framing his simple play house or admiring the work of the nation's great architects, he was the same ardent lover of hu man kind. So. too, he loved to study the historic mementos of other days whi h he ha5! helped, with us, to father in this store hou of other O tys, and other people. He loved to look upon the ruuged faces of the pioneers of nr.r history, and to touch th.e sinipp implements with which they fashioned their rude homes. To him It v.M' eomincr close to the old lif-; and while moing among the precious relies he felt the throb of svmpathy with those who had played their part wall in building up the farm, the town, the mp. nr.d the na tion, lb-, toe, our friend and co laborer, has done his work well, and his memory, too. will he cherished with the memory of those whom he so loved to Ponor. Lightly may the so, of the valley rest upon the breast of our companion and friend. "Py TIMOTHY E. I IOWA FD, President. A meeting of the general commit tee on the proposed St. Joseph County Fair and Amusement association was to be held this afternoon to further plans for the campaign next week to sell stock. All minor details are to be settled. The committees to take charge are nearly completed and will be ready Friday or Saturday. That the rural districts are taking a strong hold on the proposition was manifested Thursday morning when a prominent farmer from Lincoln town ship came to the ottices in the J. M. S. building and announced that he would guarantee to get 100 shares of stock. He stated farmers in his community were all intensely interested in the proposed association. This man fur ther stated he felt he would have no difficulty in getting subscriptions to at least 00 shares. Another township sent in subscrip tions for 15 shares o' stock with a promise of more to come. Other townships are expected to be heard from by Saturday and several hundred more shares are looked to be report ed. Mishawaka business men are woik ing "tooth and. toe nail" for the fair it is reported, and are promising to support the proposition to the end. Following the report of the great interest being taken by the farmers in the project County Agent John Pordner said Thursday: "It is my honest conviction that no one or even the combined influence of numerous movements has had the in fluence for the common good of our j county that are made possible by the proposed St. Joseph. County L air association. "It is well served as a common con- j ter for all meetings of country and j city which have to do with the econ omic, tile educational and recreational sides of our organized society. "Those who see only the tomorrows should be aide to realize; that its in ception will mean for every citizen of the eounty i nereascel markets for his products, increased zeal to excel in his special line. wholesome common meeting pince where all may see and all may be just for a little while what the rest are all the time." MlCHlGJOZr- COE. Y&5YITE STREET. A VS. VV: SOUTH BEND, TOMORROW, FRIDAY, OUR BARGAIN DAY These .Specials on Sale from 9 to 11 A. M. only PENSION BILL IS A LAW Seven Pens Are Fsod Uy Coyenmr Whitman of New York. A LB ANY, N. Y.. Apiil S. Usins seven pens Co v. Whitman Wednesday i made the widowed mothers' pension ; hill a law by affixing his signature. 1 The sinning of the bill ended a two years' campaign. '"!' the seven pens Fen. William IT. Mill ami Asemhlyman Martin MeCue, authors of the hill, each received one. The others are to be presented to Mrs. William Randolph Hearst. Mi. i William (Jrant Frown. Mrs. Samuel I Koenig. Mis. William Finstcin arid ; Miss Sophie Irene Loch, all of whom l helped in the passage of the meas- ' til e. NIGHT R03ES For :cvi, with collar or Col larlos; of muslin trimmed iu whiij, pink or blue braid tor 39c UNION SUITS For women, v;auzc tiht knee or lace trimmed, top and armholes taped; splen did 5oc value, at 33c WOMEN'S HOSE Gauze; black and tan, r pair i2c INFANTS' HOSE Fine ribbed cotton; black and white, pair 12c HOUSE DRESSES For women; trav ground with neat black stripe ma terial; well made, in new cut with full skirt; r- to 1 1 a. m. onlv 79c RAIN CAPES For children; fancy striped, with hood 89c WOMEN'S NEW SPRING SUITS Styles that are as new and attractive as those selling at twice the price. One style cf neat yj.iy serce, vest c fiect trum, belteV. over hips to shv the full pleateJ eiiect that i o l'a-hioiuHe; pleateJ h.iek; v;itin lined. Pret ty full cut skir: with deep yoke. Another splendid stvle of sand, navy or Mack poplin, has cut away front and yoked skirt. And a pretty sports style suit of Mack and white check Choice $8.95 COTTON CRASH 1 6-inch, unbleached, twilled toweling per yard 4c NEW PERCALES A reat variety of hand some patterns of all kinds for all purposes, 36-inch, standard 15c quality, per yard .. 11c MUSLIN Unbleached, per yard. . .4c OUTING FLANNEL Good quality, bleached, per yard 4Voc . CARPET BEATERS Heavy Coppered wire, 0 to 1 1 a. m. only 8c TOILET PAPER Good crepe, 6 rolls for. 15c SAD IRONS Mrs. Fotts style, set of three heavier than usual, nickel plated irons with stand and handle 69c DUSTERS Oil treated cotton twine duster, handled 19c LIQUID VENEER 25c bottle for 17c CASSEROLE Covered, tire-proof, brown and white lined 12c TURKISH TOWELS 7c each MERCERIZED DAMASK Bleached, new patterns, 70 inches wide, exceptional 50c value, per yard... 37c SECO SILKS 27-inch, in all wanted street and evening shades, also colors for drapery pur poses, per yard 14c LONG SILK GLOVES At 47c pair 16-button length, black and white, in all sizes. And they are the double-tipped kind, too. CURTAIN SCRIMS diamines and Voiles; bor dered and plain; white, cream and ecru; 25c qual ities, per yard 19c CLUNY LACES New arrival of neat pat terns in white edgings, good quality, per yard 4c BLACK SILK 36-inch Messaline, good weight, per vara GGc BED SPREADS $1.00 kind 80c SHOE POLISH Whittemore's French Gloss for black shoes 7c DARNING COTTON Black, white, brown and grav, 34-vard ball lc JAP ROSE TOILET SOAP, 5c CAKE Amount sold to any one customer limited to two cakes. j FRENCH TO BUY COTTON j Will I'ny For farco of Interned Ship i tin? Dacin. PA Uli3. April 7. The French gov I fro ri'.eot iuss tlt-oiiIel 1 ouy lh- c;ir ' po of cotton on the interned Amcr- ican ship Facia. j The chamber will soon be asked to vote an appropriation for the pur j chase of this and Mher captured car ; oes in neutral bottoms destined for Germany. MARKETS iii( .o i,i vr. -tock. ! F.Mo.N S'i'( M K YAKPS, II! . HtHlS ! Ib'i jpts l.ooo: Hiiclat hiirhfr; HiImmI !:inii buitinTs s;.7";7: croo'i Iumvv .(;.sa i 7: $.".r.(",(i;.it; bulk $oor,o. 1 ('AlTLK-liirrli, 4 .000; r;iai k.-t stronff. ; ;.!."; ru :h l.tMvy $!..V.f;fi.7r: Hclit .u'd lic vos ".."(11 s.!io : ,-ov s atid la'Ifirs S'.Va 7..".o: Txau $(.'2:rJ 7 Ss : calvos fi-fa ..M). " SIIFi:!' -Hccclprs 10(xi; nuirket ftronp; na t iv- :uici Acst,kr:i $r "J" : hunbs 7Xd i:st m h alo stock FAST r.FFFALo. Ai-iil S. FATTia: i:ecM.fi. "0 Ii.m.I. Market, sternly. IM'uiw stt rs. s.tni s.'jTt : l.ntoLer I FAFVKS- i;e, cii.t-5. 17.", lioad. Market. . :wtivt "nil to lujict .V".00i710.0rt. ! MIFFI AM LAMHS -lUM'fipt. 1.400 lu-ail. M-irkct, 'J.'.- hielirr. Choi, r laiub!, . SlLOiKi ll.'J.-.; mil t- fair. .7.(H)r77 10.:,() ; yoarlins. lo.ine: ;t-op. . J. 7tv,i 10.uo. i' H;s Hocoipts. -.VJoa l.al. Markft. ; ." lo- liiirlit T. Vorkvs. .S7.'f Vn 7.m : ; s7 ..o; niix.-'.i. S7."o',j ; ln-a-. $7...ofti ; 7.00; r'.uic!:s.$0.00'r0.ri; stc. .".( V':'o. A Great Sensation In women's wearinga pparel, at the commence ment of the season, emphasizing the wide-awake alertness of our buying in anticipating the mar kets. Tomorrow The Results When we offer Silk Dresses at prices that should readily clean them all out in one day. 200 Silk Dresses at 10.00, 15.00, and 19.75 Silk Dresses of Taffetas, Crepe de Chine and Crepe Meteors with handsome trimmings of Nets and Chiffon Laces. 75 Dresses at $10.00 Regular $15.00 Values 65 Dresses at $15.00 Regular $19.75 and $22.50 Values Offered tomorrow morniivj at 8 o'clock. Silk Dresses lhat are worth xre5e5 S25.00 and $29.75. at Consisting of the highest grade of materials and workmanship. Gowns with all the style marks of perlections, Chiffon Waists, some with suspender effects transparent sleeves. 70 1 i - &? ;i' I Li tip.! j I ' W' 18.75 2 1 i -i v it A ,17 "f . 1 - St I KM JlTfli Ii I Ilk" ill i i 'irtii A Coat Sensation For women and misses, at prices too interestiiu to leave unnoticed At 5.00, 10.00andl5.00 Such values brought double the prices last year at this time tomorrow we offer 500 Coats at these Prices 150 COATS AT $5.00 in Diagonal Weaves of all wool materials. with Silk Collars, made with flare effects in navy, tan and Belgium blue. Z50 CUA15 AT 510.00 All wool Porte iS U;J J A Serges, lined with beautiful Peau de Cvi-nc, per feet tailoring with belt effects. Sizes 14 to M. 100 COATS AT 15.00 The highest rade of materials in all fashion's latest colorings. Silk linings, belt and tlare effects, rolling collar, set in or kimono sleeves. Remember our cjlove department is ho-A-in the largest variety nt tyle in silk r kid hve in Ni wilier:'. Indiana. $3.00 GOWNS $1.33 While some of these elabo rate gowns are somewhat soiled or rumpled, one trip to the laundry will make them as good' as new, and vou save over half. PILLOW TOPS Oblong shape, natural linen color crash, fringed ends, stamped, each . 19c Genuine D. M. C. Crochet Cotton Willie, in all number-, except 5 and !c0. In all iuimbei of ecru; end at ur usual lovee-e r-rices. fiet our l;pp1v before it is tuo late. July, I TOLKDO (iUAIX. ! TOLKDO. (, April WIIKAT Cash and ilay, $1. .VI ' si.-jr.i-. t'OKN Cash. IZc ; May, 74r'sc; July, ! 77 OATS Cah. rjt)ic; May, 50lio; July, ; iixr. No. 2. 3. 1 rLOVi:i!Si:i:i -Prime rash. $s.00; Oct., : v-J.,; April. 57.S2-. AI.SIKK Prime, cash. 0.".. TIMOTHY Prime, cash, SJ.OJ'i; Sept., t $iV.h): April. S2.02V.. CHICAGO GHAIN. CIHCA(;o. April s CLOSK: WIIKAT May. ?1..V1; July, $l.o2; Sept., $1. roitV May. 72ic;: Sept.. 7l OATS-Miy. r,7c: July. r.P;e; Sept.. PORK May. .17.10: Jtily, ?17.2; ?:vt.. S 2. I.AllD May. !!10.12; July, S10T.7; Sept., $i i;j. Kills-May, $10.00; Julv, $10.r.2: Sept, . 10.00. OPENING. WIIKAT May. tl.zr.TilJW, July. $l.21 fa "n : spt.. CoiiN May, 7J to J-c; July. 7oh to 7."x OATS May. r,7 to Wte; July, to V- I'ORK-Mit. J17.M to .5PV07: Julv, ? 17.52 t.) .17..). LARD Julv. 10rvj. Ill US July. $10.27; Sept.. $10.5. riTTni'iir.n livestock. PITT1U"K;H. April CATTLF-Survplr. Upht. Market. Rtei,1r. Chol'-e. . 2'Tjsrji: prime. 5.00r 2.". : c..1. S7.."' '.'?." : Tidy l.'it'diers. Zl'Mi 7.": fair. 7. "T o : amnion, .t,..(vKj''..7."; o-!n:i:.tri t d f:t 1ul!.. ..".0i;7.0": ; r-e'f.T -TJ 7 j-, : r. 1 1 S7.2"T? 10 rM ; SHIW:!' AM T.A!HS Snnplv. Pc'.t. i M 'rker. t i !v. Pr!,;:" vlrb,r. i:vt.: r-, ru r.liv.l Si'. iK'.i f-iir ii.H-tvl SOUTH BEND MARKETS ronri:v and mkats. (Core tol Iailv liy .limmle! Mrkt, VIA V. jeffrrfeoa 1IUI. PorLTUY Paying HinK -1'- VIJAI Payins V2j. selling 25-. i:i-:i-:F -Koast 2.", boiliu 12. porterlmue r.4. sirloin .V-. HAM-Selling 1,-. LAUD Sellias ritovisiONs. (Correted Daily by I'. W. Mutll. r, 21 E. JefTerhon D!d.) FIU IT-Oiau'es per rase $2.:;. seilius at 20 ' per du7. : lemons per -a?e S:..'k seJHu nt "Oilo p"r doz.: bananaR. per bunch S1.7." oll in pr at .jOiJ.V per Ioz. YK;i:TAIU.i:s -Now rahbaare. paying -'i: P'r I"-. ve!ii:)j: 4c ier lb.; potatoes, pa'viuc .'V. selling nt 'V. IU 'lTl Ii ANI i:OiS Country butter. ra viiii: 2ii'a:;( helliTii: 2.vx. ereamery butter, pa'.a :'.o. sehing TJV; e's. strict ly riesh, i-ajnifc' l'JO--. sel!iu? -J-JfjlJ.",.-. J L2J ! (Corrected Daily by Warner IJro. .eed tore, 114 E. Wayne M.J TIMOTHY :;.00&$4 per bu. 11 Kl) CLoYLK- per bu. AbFALFA-$10(11 per bu. ALIKC CLUi;i: 'J&1U 'vr bu. II AY, STKAH AND 1 EED. (Corrected Daily by the Wely Miller Hour and I eed Co.. -120 S. Mlcblean St.) HAY Payinc $12fril4, selling libels. STKAW l'ayius Ha svlUu tt SlO aud r- per bale. CO UN Paying 7.V. selling at S."90c. OATS Payintf .V. stllliiK at lfa.'--. Al.iSIKC CLOYKK Selling J10. TIMUTHY Selling ut 4. ALFALFA Montana grown, eelling $11. FLOCK AND FEED. (Corrected Daily by Knoblock iind Glni, Jljdraulic Av.) WIIKAT Payinjr $1-44 per bu. OATS Paying 05 per bu., sell ng C5o. COKN Faying 7", selliug SOc. 11YL Paying 51 per bu. LIVE OCK. (Corrected Daily by Major Bros.. S. Lee an St.) HEAVY FAT STKEKS Fair to good live V.fGV.e: prime O1!"1. HOtiS ISO lts. up. J.25J.SO. LAMBS Live 5M Vs. dresied lSl-. TALLOW AND HIDES. (Corrected Dally by S. W. Llppman, 210 N. Main M.) TALLOW Iiuugh 2iU-k-; rendered. No. 1, 47 ; : No. H Z(J,4c. IllUilS Giitu, No. L log 12; cured calf s'iin 10(iilo4.. - it r. . j 1 :a' : 1 - . i a::ib. SlJ0.'t ATTACKED BY HYDROPLANE; LONDON, April S. While voyas'ng J froia KotUTiK.m u heur tlu-j (Jvrk oteuiiK-r Ou.m 1 v.is attiUk J by j 7 : 1 l.tul !!;. r M -rket. 1 .:l-1 ; lv. o Gernian h vdn .pbt r.e. Tli? hydro ;;;:' v T'7"---',-v'r- 1 Plants .Jropi.c'l 11 hom. but m.ne v.,:'.. :".:::i ' , :-: "-' I them hit the ship The captain of 'i. :';,. v.. m ',.". j 0.- u.- i t..;iptd 1-y steering a 7.1 T i I i .r r-r ' Printing Point Does Not Bot Up and D own In an L. C. Smith & Bros, typewriter the point on the paper which is to receive the type impression is stationary at the instant the type hits. The carriage does not bob up and down when the shift is made to write capitals. Why? Because the type is shifted not the carriage. The only movement of the carriage is back and forth on its closely adjusted ball bearing runways and this does not take place while the print is being made. There is no lifting of the carriage. This is one reason why L. C. Smith & Bros, type writing is free from blurs and every letter in the right place. Ask for Demonstration L. C. Smitk & Bros. Typewriter Co. Hm Ol'fl.e .oi I.-twry: SYRACUSE. N Y 219 S. Main St., South Bend, Ind. 1 1 I ! u 3E