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Tl l:si).Y. MAY I, 10 IS.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES M OBSERVANCE OF HI Joint Committees Are Named: by Various Military Organi zations to Prepare Annual Tribute to Departed Heroes. Plans havf b :i rr..ib- f r thr Me morial day crii'.s .hb:h . ii! ! )i"-M this yar. All military .i .in;.i tio:is and t-i i . m ..!'.-tivo- art- " r i i 1 1 i lnitod tu take part in ti i i . i r . i I r which will march to the City nmi iny it t -: iu in th- afternoon. Accept iin'tH should be fnru.inicl to !.!;;ier Crock'-tt, chairman rf th" oni:u inc.- n program, at as early a dat- as j... ible. The mtuc s at thf o iic it ry will ,o : charge of filii- r io k tt of -wirin.ui lbhly i)"-t, and Ii. II. Kow of Antra post. The holiday falU on .-undav this Jf-ar. Thf following program for tlo; ti.iy will , ob-a-rvr.d: At 10 o'clock a. thre will ap propriate, c crcn.oiiPs to h"iior the memory of dep. s r t ' 1 sailors ami mu rines in the- I'nitcd .State- n.iy. The; . (.rci.-cs will he in charge of the ' "Woman's I : 1 i f corps, on the hank of thy fc-r. Jo-' ph rier in Howard i irk. Tor this purpose pro' sion will ' form on J iierson houlc.ard e.n-t of ' Michi-ran st., consisting of th" V.'orn ;jin'.s Relief corps. Grand Army com rades, military nr-mnizatiorn and s'-hnol children and march to i low aid jjark. To pct-ratc Ciras. During the fort-noon the -raves of iFoldicrs will he. decorated with flow ; -rs hy detailed cmimi it 1 1 s in tile fol lowing cemeterie s: vr bv. , IIoa Irnan, Mount Pleasant, Gumption Prairie and Ced.tr Uiove. At 2 o'clock p. m. a procession will ;f(irm at JrtUrson hlvd. and Main st. The line will inov promptly at ':-'). .After halting at the hi'h s hool 1, nld :inz to receive Mowers it"m the hands of school children, the procession will fjTocced to the city cemetery wh.re jthe general exercises will b.- held. Joint Commutes Named. The joint committees to provide ex Irrcises for the observance of Memorial day were appointed by Auten post, ;'o. 8; Norman Iidd post. No. r.7:, . A. It.; William McKinley camp. , No. r.S. Sons of Veterans; Marry . , l'erklns camp. N. '-'". Spani-h War Veterans. and the Army and Navy Union at a. joint mee ting. W..11. H. Kitter of Auten post will ."he lield otlicor of the day in charge of tho parade, assisted hy K. V. Chapin tf Norman I-Mdy post; oral Matthews of the Spanish War Veterans. and Harry Yerrlck of the Sons of et- rran?. The buuh-rs are William I.oim- itnpoker and Warren I'reyermuth. Hxecutive committee: Mlmcr Oro.-k- kr-tt, J:. II. How, J. M. raulfald. W. II. jL Hitter, P. M. Cimmerman. It. P. Iucomh, i:imer peak, Oeoie. tcw- art. and Fred d.erly Finance committee: i:. P. Chapin, Kv. K. Corsuch. Ci. p. Morey. John V. :. Slick, It. F. Ducomh. W. 11. I'.urch and 11 H. LPincrt. Speaker and chaplain: P. P. Stan- . field, W i:. l'.ntwn, P. X. Koontz, P.. K Yerrlck. C. W. ('-.pps, Alhcrt Mead en. George Cvirnphell. Committee on program: I'lnu-r Crockett, assisteel hy one from each ' of the organizations particiiatiim in th v.ork. Committee on music : L. I. White, . O. W. Williams. William Lnnnock' r, "Warren Maurer ami T. C.. Wel-er. Committee on Ikr-s and stands: Horace Martin. Chri-.tian Tiir.r. 1'rank ndth, W. Ito.-sman. and Norman Xcil. Committee on marking graves: City tsmetery, w. i;. dorsuch. Harry P.rown, ('harh s Stee. I'. M. Cimmer man. It. 1 lu(omh. and W. D. , Treplc; Powman enn ter. Jolui T. lv'elley. W. P.. Carrett. S C. Tipton; 'Itiverview eemetej v, Clarence Stoudt, Clem Pill. Floyd A. Jcllison. William 1. Hindman and Cor.rade Savage; Mt. IMearant -emet(-r-, William Hut:'. Wil liam I,onr necker; Sumj'tion Prairie cein.etery. 1'. Coder; Cedar dmvc cemetery, John J. Fritzer. N. Wrs lowsld. Arthur )uan and Abraham F. White. (ommittee on flowers: Norman paldy Ttelief corps. Auten Pelic!" eorps, jthe chlblren of the public scmools and 'their teachers, assisted hv C. J. Ta -lor. W. P. Harmon. C. A. War id.. S. Tipton, and P.a rney Swantz. FAILED TO IDENTIFY MEN Tour Alloirotl t 1 1 ;i o Koll)-d lYank Ituckaedxas I'mniel Net (iuilty. Frank Puok.ack.as was unable to .positively id'Mitify any ore of four men ,v ho wert" in it" court Tu sd i mrn 'Inp te answer e-haies f petit, lar ceny filetl by him. and thN four men Avero. fMinii tot guilty by JuiFo War ner. Tom Piir. William Kyb.uk. Tartin Nowicki ar.tl John Supere-:'yn-fki were allcjrtal by the complainim; .witness to have rolled hotn of $!. nml a peicketktnf'. while he lay ash ep Jn Steve Fcda's h.irn. ::m2X '.raat st. SFNT TO 1F L 1 . KM. Christ Helfrich. city court habitue. T. :s s'nt tt th Intl'.ati a i.nal farm hy City .ludue Warner TucmIj.v m.-.rn-1npr. Ills scnte-n -e was 1 1 days. He had been arre sted D 1 times for mtox Jcation fiiuo 1 : 0 . rKiN(;s sriT on notf. AllepinL- that '.'.:. is du a a rade, th Citlen' Tr;:-t Co. ha breui:ht aetiin in the superior court against Iula Woolride t colli t iliat ii mount. M AFJUAl.Fi I. K FNSFS. C7 em C. Sloarer. tiarlii r. Madioi t(w fihip: H:zt-l Amis, you old. I'nio'i township. Charles C D-arden. .. yen-; oh!, farmer. Powa-ao . Mich.: Fran, a rryari. 44 years old. 1 .vai.ie. Terse, frank, thr. bv r.ua.-r.f v:. 1 1-ts t-f Nfft- -v s tt" ' I ! . ' : : - i:riti'- rm: odd i. or i;i:ii:v. Ix-'jed weekly. 1 a v--,r. s. ad f.T (.inide tMj'it-M, 71 lire. t.!u ay, New York citv. ii Bu!S Fvlarket SIX STOCKS l.FAP MAT KIsi: List malb re Vt deal in all Motilities ciai:ia( i: com: .v. t o. 17, Kroadva New York m Oil HHE ROUTES fit CARRIERS Collection Time on 162 Mail Boxes Also Changed to Better Service. r'arr;in;' "th nt of the routes for th. u.-iii c 'i : i ri' .rh f the city has jw.-l been ( o;ajd( t d by Cleore A. sAir.u, as.-.stant s :.ci intend nt f n-.-ai.. The work h..s to . v r . d m.iil i-o s s.( atf.-; ij t:u otmho'it th- ou si ll and r . i i- !;. ctior.s of he e ty and Hie time for colh-ctions fio.n i.-io: t of the.--- has i e. n chan.-;d. The ( aan-o! s iic lb- is r."v in ope rathM and new time cards will bo p.;t on lii1 Poxes ; s so'u, as po.--ib!e. In t!ii.; ciii;t i tiitu there art1 sev eral rub s of tr.e st r i e which i. is we ll P.t tiio j, itrons of tin- postoilico to ko j, in ::i:ad. All of the rub s aj p!y::: to the delhcry and ohection i f luai!; .ire m tde v.ith the simple view of lattcrin.; the srice. (me ot i n. t imjtortant aids to th: ani(is, ,.nd un.: which the public is p riiaps the jn st ncr;l( ctful of, is thi matti r of hou- nun. .v.rs. Th' postal authorities hold that all numbers should IO plat d ii the bon. eer tin- Hunt e-niran. e t a lum-r. The numo;.r Fiiould ai. ;c in i ..itrat tt tiic hacd. round ami should m v r bj jviinte.d iiu r . iiii ;i hiu.-fj is painted. Numbt-rs plae--.l on a door ai'e nsuaily out of si-lit i'i,r the reason that tiuy iire hidtlesu in the winter time by a storm door and in the summer f,r the; reason that the- door is oft n .pen during a, hir,e p;t"t of the day. Mail Iioc rrv,td.' Ae cordin-T to pj.-: al rub s one of the Kivat'. .-1 ae.ls to th.- servir" i.- the placing of mail bov s at the (-litrance to at n hous". Carriers ai c rml per mitted to put mail under a door nor are- they suppo.-ed to wait aioiA- than :b .-t-t.onds aitcr making their p:a ciicc at the door known. Mail slats in a e!eor have, been louml tu he; un satislactory for the re sou that the-y are often made inaccoabh- by a screen door or storm uoor. The- mat ter of n-u'pladt s fop tiie mail aicl also proper num 'eiin.c of residences, factories ami business hours, is con sider d of sue'h importance that it is Uied that people W.-tihl d Wall net to lent buildings iii4e...s mail hoxea and pritper numl.icrin are- proid-l. Another rub- of the st rvicc which is not cue-rally understood is tl;e rule prohinithm' eai ru is from acting as collectors. Tin- carriers are permit ted to tal:o mail whicl; may le left for them or Utn to them when they make ;i elelive ry but they are' not p-r-mitte-il to make a trip to a house for the sole purposo of rcix-ivins,- m;iil, nor art- they ( rmitted to use any ef tlo ir tim- in waiting i,r n to 1 rinu; nuiil to them. Jt is the belief of the' postal authorities that with mail boxes located at ( ry lixe- or six corners there is no net ssity .f burdening the e-urrie rs with tlie work of cedh-etin. The arriers are prtdiibifr d further ninrr from carrying stamps for sale or for rcceiin.Lr mom.-y for postage. TUESDAY FBOHT YARD BAY II Clfffl-0 Wednesday Will Be Observed as Repair Day and Thurs day as Paint Day. If you failed to tidy up our front law n teiday .vmi v. ere out eif accerd with thf rest ef the city. Today was "front yard" elay, the second ef ehan-up week, and the. day in which the hewn, walks and otiicr portions of the city's front ards should have re ea ivod the attention of the ir owners. Prom the scrubby elamh lion plants up to tho hedges, lawns and tlower Kardens all should have been made ready for the' summer season. Papers, rubbish of all types and othe-r litter in South Pend's front yards were at t.o ke d v. ith all the ini and ardor thut marled the sau'eess of "tire pre ecntitn lay" ystcrday. St-hixd e hiblren. hou.-e ,vi'es and citizens in iren tal united with the -ommitta' of he Chamber of Commerce- which had t he plans tor the wok in i har-re. and e ralaavored to "tiily up" in all ways the ir premises. Wednesday will he repair day. e'it i;::s on that day will be cxpe- 'ovl ie.x'Iar as pos-dbh; to rejiair dilapi eiatd !uib!in'.rst do any minor remod eling their r side-net s mi, 'tit need anil build up and repair broken don fi iters. Thursday is to bo paint day, and all citizens of tiie city will be expected to paint the outside and inteiior of their hotr.es and to treat similarly all outhouses. i ma s arid othe r strut t ures where that improvement is needed. BUS1M ESS WOMEN'S" A N D NEIGHBORHOOD CLASSES TO HOLD JOINT MEETING A very interesting program T ar ranged tor tonight for the union meet-in-; of the Neighborhood and lu.-incs.-i Vii;h r.'s Puble eiasst s at t'ne Veuin Wt-nit n's Christian association. The pro-ram will hi -in at 7:1... nnrm di attiy after the sapper. Mrs. Prank r.rii.--- i 1 1 si:o-r. The lUi.-imss Wom en's i lass will ho arran-t d to ileniuii stra.te the arranci mint of the e'amp of I-r.c l. Mi-s c'ora Wise, the tiaeher of tho Woi. t n's p.i! !e das.; whu-i: h;is tin t.iO, raan !e it 1 1 1 sonii t ln di:!': cult ies in ti'j'ir.liai;; it, and Miss C.-.mp'cil will cou;pare the place- of the tab... rr.aclc tuub.-r thr- ilispt tisation of the oil biW, with the work of Chri.-i m the pr -cut d ispt nsation. DlSMISSESOLpESt CASE Aetion lartcel When superior Court Va. Omani-el ! Di-poed Of. 'i o id ti ut to r.ipudly :i: Sing of I i'.iv. !' ca--.- :i ta-- uptri -r i-iurt i : e . a : , I'.ual s ma. king an :":'. rt t hav c oh! e a-. o f t t '.try sort " d t.f. Anaing s ' e 'al ctii'-r cas. s whi h wa re dismi-.-d Tats! t r;irn:::g was the ohh i-ase oil The ih'Ck't. Tbos oi.-c wa tl.s miss. d ,y the plair::i!''". The ,-:,. was t'nat of th-' Int. ri atie-nal i!ar-fr C-.. a-a;:: J. a b W. Mix. 11 and was a sa.t to i o!b et $ 4 5 on a.c ;mt. A jut' -:u.e:t a '..ir-t tiie pI.iintiiT was ra Pir:o ! in co ;r: of Jus!: -e F:.f. F,,:-g, in Pi : n lowr.-h:;'. in S.-pten;'..-r. 1 '.'"7. An app' il w 's ; t. n to the .-at- rmr -aiT ..a after .:at wcurt v. as c rganizi il. DEATHS. mii. .maktiia (ini:i:xi,i:.r. Mrs. Martha A. Greenleaf dk-d re cently at her home in -Nashua. N. H after a .short Illness. Mrs. Crecnhaf was a Mtr of Mrs. W. W. Ciddinu-s, JpJ N. Taylor st.. South Pend. Mrs. fJrecnlraf va.s widely knoun in her community as a staunch support er of all social welfare movements. She was 77 yc-ars old at the time of her death. Minr Freedrnan. OS ycar? old, died Tuesday rr.ornini? at the count v intirm ary aft r a lon' illness of complica tions. Funeral arrangements are to be announced late r. r. i. sti:i:li:. P. P. Steele. 7T years old. died sud denly Tuesday mornintr at his home in North Manchester, Ind. News of tho death of Mr. Steede was received Tuesdnv morninir by his daughter, Mrs. William II. Cordier, I'lO E. Pov tuan t. SR. BOSEKBURY SPEAKS ijirs. C. C. Bevrer Holds Ud Abraham as Model Father in the Bible. I r. Charier'. S. Posenbury, presielent of the boarel of hea.lth. fe-ature! the '1 a stla- morninir s.-ssion of the W. C. T. F. county institute with a oo-minute talk on pa'ent medicines. Mrs. c. C. i;ynr of the- Mothers' l"partment read an interesting paper on '"flre-at i'atheis anel Mothers in the Fable." Ahritham was s'nown to he an example eif a m)eb 1 f utile r. W. F. Miller. Charles Weidh r. Up v. F It. L'.rU,,'s of the Lowell Heights M. I-:, church, and Mrs. Culla Vay-hin-er were the speakers of the after noon session. Mr. Miller spoke on the preventable causes of crime, blaming the major portion of it to li'iuor. Mr. Weieller discussed polit ical corruption and linked much of it with the saloon. Rev. Mr. Prists spoki' on th de-sfcration of he- Sab bath .ami the part that open .saloon play in it. Miss Spcicher, Ftato superintendent e-f the elep;: rtme-nt )f scientific tem perance instruction in puldie schools, is attending t'ne institute ;md in her d iscm--sie-ns cmpletys :i set .af charts showin- Hi1 e ff 'd;: of alc ohol anel t-bace-o on tho body. Many of these charts are Pein placed in the puldie school by the W. C. T. F. Miss Spt'icher stated th.it breweries are placing in the libraries if many se-b.oeds tuul collegia literature relative to their business. CUTTER PROPERTY VALUED AT S20,000 I'state of Manufacturer, Who Dle'el in J.os Aunt ie's, (ioo to YieIew Uho Is Only iScir. Property of the approximate value ef 20,000 is disposed of by the will of George Cutter which was entered for probate Tuesday morning. Mr. Cutter elieel at Fos Angeles on April k leaving all of his property to his wife. The will is dated Aug. 5, 1002, anel is signed hy II. I. Haelaway and Albert Scheible as witnesses. The wieiow, who Is the enly heir, i made executrix of the estate, halt of which is in real estate. TALK ON BIRDS TO BE FEATURE OF MEETING An instructive anel entertaining talk em birds is to be the feature of the icnular meeting f tho Clay anel Har ris tewnship e-ommunity center Wed nesday niirht at the Stover school. Prof. II. C. Imel. principal of the Studehaker sehod, will deliver the lec ture and accompany it with stereopti-c-on slides. Mr. Imel will e'liseuss the relation of birds to men from the se-ientitic. economic and aesthetic viewpoint. He will then follow with a short sketch of each cf the birds comment in St. Joseph county. This will include land birds, hawks, owls and the wood pecker family. ARDM0RE MISSION MEETS ON THURSDAY EVENING The regular prayer meeting nisht for the Ardmore mission has been (hantred from Weilnsday evening to Thursday evening. The services this Thursday evening will be eonluctel by P,ev. J. M. Jdly, win) will also preach the sermon. There will be special music. An invitation is cx tcneled to all wh) wish te) come. ask for n:ri: noi. An altielavit signed by Anton Prod .inski, Andrew Zielasko and Stanley Kuspa. was tiled in Justice Peak's court Tuesday morning for the pur pose eif having t?eork'e Orylewicz plaietl under a peace bond. It is charueal by the complainants that Grylewioz has threatened to elo them bi.nlily harm. The4 case was set for hearing on Tues.lav afternon. WIV! S (il.T DIVOIU KS. Jud-re Ford granted a eliorce to Katheritio WolP-it from Ieopobl Wol Ieit Memday afternoon in the' superior court. The petitioner charged that her husband hail abandoned her. A divorce was also c ranted to Matilda Do Cock from Philomon I)e Cock on the rou n els ef crucltv. TWO ARE KILLED AND 11 INJURED IN TORNADO DKLF, Ark.. May 4. Two person?! were killeel and 11 others were injured in a tornado which struck here L.st night, ae cording to the completed re P its of the c ounty act horitie :-s today. Fight en lituisi s in Fi ll were destroy- el. The tornado was bedievcal to h ive done cither damage in this part of th- state, but there was no communication with many surrounding towns. WIFE OF CHICAGO PASTOR DIES AT WESLEY HOSPITAL CHICAGO. May 4. Mrs. John P. Frushin-ha m, wife of the pastor of the- South Park M. F. church, is dead at Wolty hospital. She was Miss Lillian S.". Norton of okon. X. Y. Her hushur.d is prominent in Methodist c'nurch eiieS 0f tb.e country. pitched t!e f:st ball at the opening of the present -National league season in Chicago. 10 COUNTY 1. C. T. 0. GIOARET SMOKERS ARRED II MEET Contestants in School Field Program May 21 Must Also Average Abovd 70 in Studies, Regulations Provide. Plans for the public school athletic meet te be held Friday, May 21, at Sprinirbrook park are nc-arin, comple tion. The proirram for the afternoon were announced Tuesday and will be irin at - o'clock. Three; tlmusand children from the fourth to eighth grades, inclusive, are to compete. There will he mass drill!3, field events anel tlashe-s. Fach school will be allowed two entries in each tie Id event but only one may compete. In the dashes each school will be allowed three e ntries but enly two may compete. All en tries must be in the hands of Prof. Edward Koeni- at tho eighth Krado building before G o'clock en May 15. All entries must comply with these two important conditions: Xe) con testant er student will be allowed to compete whose average in studies Is not 70 or above and no student who smokes cicarc-ts wi'l he allowed t compete. The principal of each school will vouch for both conditions of those pupils entering. Additional bleaedierp will he erected to accommodate the crow els. A host of officials w ill be necessary to conduct the events smoothly. This will in elude 10 jude-s at tao finish line?, 2" field judges, four timers. 10 marshals. 17 clerks, a field director and others. The program will open with a grand march, four pupils abreast. Xo pupil will be allowed io participate in the athle tic "vent unless he takes part in the' grand march or mass elrills. Fed lowing the grand march. the other drills anel lield and track events will b held. In the elrills fourth, and fifth grade girls will participate? in a folk dance and Maypole dance. Fourth raele boys will have a tug ef war; fifth and sixth grade girls and boys will participate in a flag drill; sev enth and eighth grade be.vs and girls will finish with a calesthenic drill. The athletic events are to be as fol lows: Field events High jump 7th and Sth grade: pole vault. Mh grade; run ning broad jump. ."-C-7-vth grades; right-pound shot put, 7th and Sth grades. Track events, boys af, yd. dash. 'th grade: 'o yd. elash. f.th grade-; T." yd. dash. 7th grade; loo yd. dash, Sth grade. Track events, girls 4 0 yd. dash, rith crrade; l.r yd. wash, fith irraele; ."0 ,vd. elash. 7th grade; 5 5 yd. dash, Sth grade. Pelay races. boys On track. 70o yd.. 5th grade; team, each to run 70 yds.; f.th grade. T to a team, eae circular In to a sso yd., di te run S8 yds.; yd.. 7th graele, team, each te run SS yds.; 10 to a SSO yd.. sth grade bo s, run 11 0 yds. S to a. team, each to rOFF SUES RAILROAD FOR $25,000 DAMAGES Former C;r Inwvlor for Lake Shore Charges That Carelessness Caused Injuries. Suit for $25,000 for alleged person al ln;,ries was filed in the circuit court Tuesday morning hy Charles K. Poff against the Fake Shin Ac Michi gan Southern Kailroad Co. The plaintiff is represented by Slick : Slick. It is alleged in the complaint that the defenelant was scalded by steam from a steam heise while he was act ing in the capacity of car inspector in the' South Peml yards on Dec. '. 1914. It is saiel that as he was uncoupling cars from a Chicage-Xow Yrk train t. switchman, by the name of Cook, carelessly turned on the steam while the steam hose was open anel that, as a result. Poff was scalded and perma nently injureel about the- lower part of the hoily. DENIES LARCENY CHARGE Crip, the Xcwshoy, Will lie Witness in Case of August Markowski. August Markowski. 1407 Finden av.. ' pleaeled not guilty to charges of graitel 1 arcenvy file el by William Ogron in city J court Tuesday morning. The defend- ; ant was alleged t have stolen an autoirmbilo lamp, a pump ami a rede from gren. Crip, the newsboy, was alleged to have identified Markowski as the man who sobl him a hemp said to have been the one stolen from Og re n. HAD NO LICENSE TAGS Jedin Bouchard Discharged I'peui Hi- John P.oucharel of e'hicago, was al leged by Patrolman Alby te have op crated an automedtile in South Pond which ditl not bear proper license taps in city court Tuesday morning. The case was dismiss-od when Pouchard tobi the court that his intention had not been to break the law. He claim ed that he had sent to the Illinois sac retary of state fer licenses but that he had never procured them. HOLD UNCLE IN DEATH OF KENTUCKY GIRL C.PAYSON. Ky.. May 4. Miss Stella Kenny. Is year: old. liel today of in juries inflicted upon her Sundav night j and the police have arrested fi'ert I razir, ::. years old, an uncle of the girl, pending the clearing ef the mys tery which surround the ease. Miss Kenny was riding with lie-r uncle in a buggy. According to the sensational story which Frazier told, bandits at tacked them both anel killed the girl, leaving her body lying on the pud rhlo. Frazier was unhurt, although he assorted that the bandits ovi-rpow ered anel robbed him. Miss Kenny's skull 'a as fractur d in two daces. Sh" was unable t tell an thing of the attack up n her. PIONEER INDIANA MUSIC TEACHER PASSES AWAY Ivm.WAPitl.IS Mi- 1 A.lnlnh II. St h l!mblt. f;'!iai::s ihr;i-h';:t In-' ui.ir. as -i b.uuhi1 itt r. f-;inlc r of j niu.it al Mr:--ti"s and rior. -r niu.ic ' trarhrr. is ibid b'-liy follow!'-.? ?ov-f-ral montbs iUr.c-s. Ho n.i born in I'ru.iu, in lUO. . Brenlin Window Shades Robertson For screens, table covers, summer draperies and many other home furnishing They combine distinct originality of design with harmonious colorings. Ready Made Awning iVll Ready to put up. You can do it Yourself. Made in striped duck, wa terproof with heavy steel frame. Sizes 2 ft. 6, 3 ft., 3 ft. 6, 4 ft. All -j oe at one price 0 1 Special May Sale Prices Bigelow and Smith fine S-3xtO-6 Size Rugs. Smith Axminster $18.75 Smith Velvets $19.75 Bigelow's Axminster . .$22.50 Bigeiow's B. Brussels. .$25.00 Bigelows Bagdad ....$37.50 Waitc's fine Grass Rugs Runners 36 and 54 inches at 6x4 Rug 8x10 Rug Bath Rugs Washable Rugs in Chenille Blue, Brown, Yellow, at $1.59, $1.89 and $2.19. Rag Rugs, 79c to $1.65. n Lace Section ! 1 n One Our It r ii Ori al n Hundreds of yards bought for our May Sales. The greatest values, coming at a time most opportune for summer wear. These laces come in widths most adapt able for making fi Vaists Vestees from 1 2 to 24 inches and range in values up to $1.25 yard. Prices for Special Sale on Wednesday Morning: 12 to 18 in. at 39c. 18 to 24 in. at 59c See our great Window Display of Handsome Laces. We advise you to come early ONCE WEALTHY REALTY DEALER OF CHICAGO PLUNGES TO DEATH CHICAGO. M.iy 4. The linul chap ter in the career of Charles H. Kounds was written today when preparations v. e re made for his burial. "Charley," as was known to thousands, ended his life lab yester day by iluni;iriJ? off the roof of the Auditorium hotel, COO feet to the pavement. About the time of the world's fair in Chicago. "Charley" limine s was a typical broad shouldered, popular, joial "good fellow" and bon vivant. " 71: ros, Curtain Drapery Rug Section Colonial Drapery Fabrics Coventry Cloths, Oxford Taffetas, Versailles, Etonia Chintz, Shadow Silks, Reps and Venetian Tapestry 12cy 15c, 25cy 29c to 75c yd 36-inch New Sunfast Draperies 48c yard 50-inch New Burmese Cloth 59c yard New Pattern Silkoline 10c and I2l2c yard Summer Curtain Goods 38 and 40-inch Marquisette, special at 19c yard 36-inch Marquisette, wide Salvage, plain at 25c yarcl 40-inch Voiles in White, Ivory, Champagne at 10c, 19c Dotted Swisses for Bedrooms at 10c to 25c yard. New Designs in Madras from 19c to 35c yard Curtain Nets at 19c, 22cf 30c, 45c, 59c texture quality Rugs 9x12 Size Rugs. Lenox Tap Brussels. . .$13.75 Nepperhan Brussels . . .$16.95 Smith's Alpine $14.75 Smith's Saxony $19.75 Smith's Axminster . . . .$22.50 and Runners for Porches 48c and 75c yd. $4.95 4-6x7-6 Rug 6x 1 2 Rug . . 9x12 Rug . . . . .$7.50 Porch Cushions Heavv Cretone Covers stuffed with Felted Cotton, 50c and 75c. Porch Pillows at 59c. J h 01 M See Our Window Display of the Most Important of ay Sales Will be held on Wednesday A Sale of Beautiful Imported and and Ska Yok es He was then the largest individual factor in the real estate trade of Chi cago. It iu said that his -ood fellows-hip, as represented in his inclina tion to follow the booze route, proved his undoing. Of late ears. his busi ness activities dwindled, and he was seldom Fought any more by prospect ive purchasers or sellers of real estate. Before plunjfincr to his death Kounds wrote a note outlining plans for his burial. DIES OF HEART DISEASE AFTER COMPLETING NOVEL PHIIADFJ.PHIA. Pa Helen Uurrell D'Aptry, , May 4. Mrs. widow of Col. and Th T I Bissell I I I SwecDcrs ! 1 1 1 on Rugs 9x12 Size Rugs. Electra Axminster $24.75 Utopia Axminster ....$27.50 Brussels Bagdad $29.75 Bigelow Bagdad $39.75 Bigelow Daghestan ...$47.50 $3.75 $5.95 $8.50 Summer Portieres Sunfast fabrics in all new de signs at $2.25 and $4.50. JiMm Co. Main Floor Morning Domestic dow Laces Flouncings Telemanqu I )' Apery. who wroto unbr the name of Oliver Harper. dad heart di.case at the home of her son. Dr. Telia J. D Apery. The latest book of Mrs. D'Apery was "The Ftormy Petrel." whieh was written when she knew that she could nut rc co cr. CALLS LAW INVALIP. COLl'MP.r.CS. May 4. The state supr m court today declared uncon stitutional the state liw which pro-vid-s a S10D f;ne or six months im prisonment for di-charrir.i; an em ploye because of membership in a labor union. Try NEWS-TIMES WANT AD. yard