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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
CT0BY GAINED , MRS. STORY IS D. A. R. PRESIDENT. BY VILLA TROOPS . ' 'A ' . 1 . ,. i: . r - SOUTHWEST CORNER MICHIGAN ST. and JEFFERSON BLVD. Carranzistas Arc Forced to Flee From Victoria Men Arc Needed to Harvest Crop in Northern Mexico. 9 tffD-t pedal at 2. f V 7 ! iiiiioa t w V u Tl ll).V. MAY t I !.. V..-HIX(;T"N". May (Jrn. Villa'., trix-i-- h.io k in 1 victory a-.r r tin: Cai la i'.iM.i.-- .it Vi t.ri'i. which i, the k'-y f th lc f . ..f lh' eiiv nf 'I'.nn-T'if-o. Th: t'T.r;iI m t 1 : i ph' . to his a-n'y h : M.n-l.i.v aiMin-: tli.it Sifter tin- ! jv.it "f tl. I'arr.mi a flying colLiiun u.k .wm after ih r -treating army uhrh was a-:. on l-.it'-at (Jiiinu v.ith a I's of .." te.ii, v i) prisoner-, six ina liipa- kiih. and st.re. of ammunition anl rifles. Ic n. Villa, also tI-tjr.i plit .1 that the Cn rra i.zistas ha w L n h-at ti ;:u k nloni; !h" Montrcy-Tamiiifi railrct I at I 'orloii. ' .-orio and Ioiiz.i h I ri thr: hatth Villa has eapture.l ?,u) prisoners anl I.UOO hors -. Knri-pit; C. IJor nt-, head of the Villa agency ftrrt-, s.iys that lO1'.0'""' men arc nrrd rl to harvest the cotton n-p in the Torrcon district. "I-ire nuinhcrf-," he says, "arc co ins there from California, Texas. Ari zona and New Mexico." I "raco appears to have l-rcn brought about by Villa In the center and nortPcrn portion f Mexiro ami a Ion:; tho lino from Monterey to Mexico City. The state department ao out a state ment Monday in which it said that un der the direction of Villa it is propos ed to erect a wireless station at the city nf Durante. This service will in clude Torreon. Coahuila, Mazatl m. ' nalna, Juarez. Chihuahua and Mexico City. One. effect of this s- rvice will be that V.a..chint;ton will he kept in touch with Mexico City and tho west coast of Mexico by din ct wireless. The, Carranza agency reports that the troops of den. Villa have been defeated at Navajo with a loss of L'.OOo dead ard wounded. The asrency also has a bulletin from Vera Cruz that Gen. obrepon defeated r. Villista force in Salamanca on April 15 and tnat a load of artillery raptur ed in that fiht arrived today at Vera. Cruz. It Is explained that Cen. b reiron dlel not want th captured ar tillery as lie had enough of his own. - , .. - . . ' - : . ' , . - i ' - y', , -..' f .... . . J-f, ' . -1 . - - - " - ..; : -.. '. - v - - "'- - ; - - , - . - . - ,.: ,': ' : ;-v--v ;; , I .- ' ' - 'r av- V.. v . , f- y.-y ' - . - .s . ... , , .'-'.:'. .... y - - .v..,-1 , :., ; - - '.--.. .,. V - " y . .. . - Sr - l J J rx'" ' ' : : NHW YOTiK. Mrs. AVilliam Cummin'; Story f this city pprain heads the Iaucrht is f the American I ie o lu t ion. After another stormy session at 'ashin'4ten this year, the loinier leader was elected to office after a bi'ter fi.i;ht. Mrs. Cuirn-.y was the leader ed" the opposition and herself a candidate for premier ho.iers. This is the latest photograph of Mrs. Xtory. STORM IS CAUSE OF FIRE Liglitnin? Iums Out I'u-e in lotr at Stu'lehakcr IMant. The thunder ftetrin which visited tho city about o'clock Monday after noon resulted In a small fire at the KtuiLcbakor plant, which burned out one of the motors used in the wood room. Tho lijjhtmn burned euit one of the fuses, which ignited the motor. About $-0 damage was done. Hose Co. No. 2 made the run. At S:"0 another tire occurred in one of the oil furnaces used for weddin:; metal in the blacksmith shop. A pul ley which became' ovrh ate d is thought to have been the cause of the blaze, which d'd a small amount e-f damage to the furnace. Central com pany unel coinpaiiks No. n and 5 ir.ade tho run. WANTS NAMES OF CLUBS Ma to Audubon Society of Indiana Scck Complete Lit. A circular has been issued by the Indiana Audubon society asking that every local Audubon society, every junior Audubon society or any bird club in the state of Indiana, whether of loni; standing or recently orrani eel, gvt In touch with the society so that a complete record may be made of the- bird moveim nt in Indiana, which record will le read at the an nual m ctin; of the soeirry, held in South P.end May f. T and . An Invitation has alo been issued by the society to representativ ,.f all bird clubs to attend the ;uinual mect-incr. LAKEVILLE Dflil TO BE IMPROVE Commissioners Decide to Re pair Highway Leading South to Marshall County Line. Defer Action on Niles Road. APRIL DAY HOTTEST IN LAST 15 YEARS All Kinds of Weather, I.xceptin Snow, Was DMicrf Cp the Vast Month. TOWNSHIP IS ORGANIZED Sunday School- in I'nion l'orni Asso ciation at Meetie.ir. I'dlov. -in'' a n.cetiir-r hetween tlie county e-om missionei s and a eemmit tee from the Chamber ed' Commerce held in the county commissioners' room Monday afternoon, the ceunmis sioncrs a -'reed to impree the roa-el leading south from Uikeville to the Maivhall county line and connecting with the read rece ntl improve d into lakewlle from Sout'n land. It was; also a-rced that meanwhile the com mis.doners should make no nmve in regard to tlie Niles road until it was barne-d by a committee', appointed. from the Chamber of Commerce, just what ould le done b -ally by tlm e-onimissioiuTs for the improvement ef that road. The pt:rpos- in this load improvement is to provide in ducement for the routing of the lixie highway tiirou:'n South Ik-nd whe-re it may be connected with the Michi gan highway. it was sought to h:ie the ( ommis sioners take' some action whereby the road b tween South IVnd and Niles mi-;Iit be improved at ono but douM as to j.rt i i: 1- what power the eom-mis-ioneis iiad in the matter made it iu'o h.-.iry to postpone aeliiei. It was pointed out by members of the com mittee that if the- road between this city and the .-late line were improved laeu the authorities in Michh-ran April was a peculiar month in the weather line, all kinds and sorts be-in? dished up for the approval ef South Headers. According-to Weath er Observer Henry Swaim. who tabu lates it nil, it was somewhat eiut of the eirdinary. Although the mercury went pretty low em some elays, yet it maintained an average of Tr, decrees, whie-h, ac-eorelin- te the books, is live degrees above the mrmal. In the matter ef low temperatures, the. mark reached was only 1! 4 on April 4. This mark is high for the general run of low temperatures for April. The highest mark since 1S99 was reached along the line ef real high temperatures, when em April 26 the indicator showed NS. The usual run is somewhere around 7 and SO. ' In the matter ef rainfall, the tedal pre cipitation was only 12.4 7 inches. This is not quite up to the normal. In the last 22 years, there have been only seven Aprils in which no snow has fallen, ami this last month is numbcreel among them, not a par ticle of the "fleecy whiteness" having arrived in this vicinity. ( n the whole the month was very satisfactory te the majority of peo ple, the good being mixed with tho had, in a manner that was fair and impartial. CHILDREN DISCOVER FATHER: CALL HELP Janitor ef Studebaker School Has CIoe Call Was Ilcpairin (ias Pipe. Would lake action h-oKin ' toward the '""i"' .... impro .-meat ot tac rn.ni irom -Mies county um:ay ,s. noo- association ana 1i( sl lU. liUl, Thc t -Mlltention of 11 cithers fia.m Soutli r.end aial North t,,(. Im.n,-, ,.j-s 4lf tie eommittee was Liberty heh! a mceding at Lakcvill" ! that ic no attempt were made to im- I'nion T-nvLship assO'Mut ioM. Karl .1 enninca v;is -!-ctt i president. M -s. Simeon I larrmiou, vice pr sjdt nt. Mis. Maude I'ethier. secr'tary, a. ml Mrs. I. Howe. troiMin r. H unl Allows Hills. It was pohue-d oat that t b re was only eaou.h mee" available in Clay townsliio to buiid about two mile-s of road wlateas th" entire listance: to be built ..s no r thin1 miles. The idea of the committee was that the' commissioners miaht t.-ike thi"1 load o,-r and li rail it le-.'.rdless of what loul:! bo done bv CI. iv township. Fire of unknown oriuin p.iftially ; Darim: tc.o morning ses.-ion held bv iestroye,i the ofij. e of the So-.ah lb nd ( ,hr , ommissioners oidv th" monthly oil company. I'll' S. l-ifayctte :t . p.im ss of allow in bills was tratis 1 o'clock Tuesday lii"n:iiu. - I.ttsi1 .. Tlie re.'ii!r business of the 't '-rnooii in-lud'-d th granting of OIL CO. OFFICE ON FIRE Large Hole limned in Keef lirly 1 uesla Morniuu. Klmer llowblitel, janitor of the Studehake-i school, was overcome by gas at 4:4" o'clock Momlay afterneon. v hen lie attempted to repair a ga? pipe under the front porch of hia prove the road in this county then the 1 mm so at l.. eaivert st. lie was ... . i - . i " f i m n .! l-irwr ? 'i 11 n ni l-p 1 .Ai 1 i? rrn I 1 .. ,0"l!l l-il O S. Willi . C SO I Ml I HIV CI II i'MUiU I.Ull, ill OU -OL.-V iwur. VOOWl ;is to ilir'et trawl to the w M and away fr .i South l.cnd. hile was hurried in tip- rof. but t'ne fire was prevented from lomphtely destrovin-; the b;ib!i:;c by promt work e'li the part of the entral eom- ' S t 'it!1 several retail liquor lice ns s and the la ci :: en bb- of all applications for .;o! x. 'i .d A. Km sk: id West was ! ; i point as ounty .. l ?.: ;ici rsltv or nevt WILL REMAIN AT NORFOLK "V,,,;, i:u,-hm-r. .:: n. i 1 er and V. 11. I'utt. r. orth w.-rc aj- Hcrth-, Are rniilcl for the lvo'i"' '1 - altet rates in tlie elder J named. Krrinan ll;iideTs. J Application to r-new kiita'r licenses . ... 't were -:.;- .. , -o , i;;;.. ;;uis. jonn C,ei e.a 7.. Ke' men Keur.a and 'o elus t.iv Kupi .' risl.i 1 '. emission was tioti under tlie porch by his children. The police ambulance was called by Mis. Howl-lit;:'', and artificial respira tion was effected by O dicers Cutting and Kimmerly. savin1-,' llowblitzel from asphyxiation. The re-port late last nifht was to the effect that How. blitxel was almost fully recovered. PREPARE SUMMER CAMP i u i a at ed t 1 ii et - r !' ' WAS 1 1 1 NCtT. N. M i . . Th e i.br- man Kren i'rin. Vil!:tl::; v. ill .. k- : ,t Norfolk na aid until alt'i !.. war, S-cntary oi t:ic N.uy Ivimth today announced. . '. i i. .... i t . . AMinirai i..a;.. i ... . i ... i ... t( mT1!v lb ard, has pro4.!id ccillis .a .Ne.rp.r; for Pom tne i i in i ... i i i oir a a ni ,.;.., a, i( i ., n , :,b.M-r t ., tr.ir.sler to . r his h.,u,,r l. ;uvt. t- lb r.rv Mi: c. mo to t ra r.s- to e'vriel Coc-c-hoot t trauster sl; o ;i. p Jclv: Solo'ipui , to transfer '" b',,.n Tomkibs. and to I i . : l ; uur.st Van Sti Inki.-t'. .lol-.n Totn ' V. ns v. i il-o ur. '.nt- ! vj ei mis-Ion t j ha. nge the b" ati'-n cf his place n.' ' bu.-i:..-ss. Tie- p( of !!. ;;ra tt.i K. Met- , r ac? o:!..i- f.-r a rv.i-i i:i Harris Hailroad (rauial inib. itowns!r.j v as al -t : r.: c. the Kron rrim: U illn im. WANT : EIGHT-HOUR DAY MottMiKMit i- siartcil by Ctiairmcu of Many I mproi cinent .Maele at Ceucy, .Mich. Frank II. Chek-y. I'.o.vs director of the v. M. c. a., and Harry Jenkin-s left yesterday for, Camp Kberhart at Corey. Mich., where they will put the finishing touches on the camp. The entire camp grounds have been chunked, mw tennis courts have been made, two l .is ball diamonds laid out and a number of new buildings ere ( ted. In keeping with clean-up week in tltts city Cheley will have a ircneral eba'i-up at the camp. Uuib'.ipus will bo puw'ed and all unnecessary ol s'aclos rat out ef the way and all will he in jrood condition for the summer campers. HELD ON LARCENY CHARGE CHK'Ae'.'h Ma t. -:-,-an'ic -tru'-rjb- for the -.uh.t-b.our d iv f.-r i t ry inph'V' in t..- t r i n -'!.;. f a!! iaihoads in tin- that, d State.,- ,.t,.l Canada was 1'".' li-lU ill' " 1 ' ' ' i - ''' i J. ' I I V t t "iv u . - p t - 1 ; . ( , . I a ci. Sn-d th- l'lci;U II e m p e o t i d rn.i d . VI li AM-sllII MOVIIbMs. NF.W KK. :.'.y t - -Stean:ers - ilir..; t " ! : y : .r o.r..;. N !. s - b ::o i n.e p. ..ri iv e ! d iv : Ti ,i h.cti.i, iv "a I. p. .p .-M: !op.d,4?'as. tro;:i llor- thin from ;ib! alt. -r; rd a a n ; I i t'l. u.d re. Auip.is! Markowski of 14(7 Linden av. w:is arrested by Detectives Wel ters and Hilirskiat lObbt o'clock Mon day niuht ch.arid with stealing an: auteunobile lamp, pump and robe. He was identified as the one who stole the articles by e'rip. the newsdealer, to wlami Ma.rkowski sold tlie lamp. Mar- , kowski Wi.s formerly employed as al cook at the Fester restaurant. Shown in An Excellent Assortment Here is a golden opportunity for women and voun women who want a low priced suit this price is positively" unequalled. Suits of all colors in serges, poplins and checks in the best styles at these prices. st s.y w fsK: .biJ 4K i ,r- v t o t if5' 'nits to $22.50 at $12.50 Stylish, New and Extremely Desirable Do you realize the reat amount of money you can sive on a new- s;iit In- cominjr here? We are perfectly sure th.it ours is the greatest collec tion at this price in the city. We haYe compared our suits with others at the regular prices and in every instance ours are better. Their beautiful materials, smart correct stvlcs and dependable workmanship are instantly apparent. There are Norfolks with flaring skirts, English tweeds in casy-to-wear models, another suit of gabardine trimmed with braid and patch pockets. Others in stylish checks, serges, poplins, all colors. $25 and $35 Suits at $17.50 Where Can You Save More On a Suit? These suits are characterized bv their handsome fabrics and ex clusive styles. We have silks, serges, gabardines, coverts, mix tures, checks. Flaring coats, some braid trimmed militarv effects, new and stylish collars, pretty button trimmings, fancy" or plain tailored suits of every new design are here. Navv, puttv, sand shades, Belgian, midnight, Battleship grey, black-and-white' checks in all sizes. scvomi nr EXTRA SPECIAL!- Women s Wash Dresses to $10 Now $1.98 These are odd lots and broken lines but are wonderful values. Regular prices were up to 310. Pretty colored patterns, all sizes $1.98. Girls' Regular $2 Wash Dresses at 98c Pretty and very economical are these dresses for little girls from 6 to 14 years. They are of fine tissue ginghams and chambrays in pretty plaids, checks and stripes. Many have white waists 'with colored jacket effect and skirts. Some pleated skirts, new collars, belts and culls also. Tliird Floor North Shore Street and House Dresses Very Special $1 These are the dresses which are made to contain S1.50 worth of general goodness and they are sold by us only in South Bend. We have both street and house dresses of this make and feature them at this very special price, S1.00. Prettily made of nice percales, good-looking lawns, fine tissue and French ginghams in a great collection of colored patterns in stripes, figures and plains. They are nice lace and embroidery trimmed and in a good number of very pretty styles in all sizes. Come in and see them. SOLD HERE EXCLUSIVELY IN THIS CITY Third Jlooi uq r "IV:.Q. 1 1 iility. Values Extraordinary WoEnem's Fine at 1 This sale of waists and blouses is decidedly out of the ordinary just at half price. Pretty voiles in white, Mesh and sand shades, candy-stripe silks and silk country club models in maize and flesh with new collars and styles that are the most popular of the season. Sot-ond Floor Women's v A Really Wonderful Sale A special purchase by our New York buyer brought these wonderful values in coats that sell regularly at SI 2.50. We know women will appreciate Uiem. $22.50, $25 and $30 Coats at SI a x Poplins, serges, gabardines, checks and new awning stripes in full flare, belted and pjctr coats with new pocket ideas and over 25 differ ent styles to choose from. A rare opportunity this is indeed. It is a pleasure to be able to oiler -uch ungual alues as these. Here are tine goltine coats, silk lined throughout and offered in jonquil yellow, coral, green and while plaid-; and checks. Gabardine and poplin cats with larcc but tons, smart belts, new collars and cufK Distinctly new printyess coats in line French serges, silk poplins and failles, coverts and English tweeds with nice colored silk linings. Many new mixtures and plain white chinchillas with black trimmings are shown also. Then there are dozen of other-; that may appeal to you even more than the.e. SELLING OUT SALE HANS SHOE CO. 125 North Michigan St. Four Doors North Ellsworth :r-'Pi I' I NT lv!I.U.I. IjNImiN. M.iy i. . !:-M'rh from i nini-.iv.v r-i-ert Thit 'w:-.t 1 Vi n-j -i i 11; mm. . i . re . ins vi.ttr. .1 " ri.i!..i Ki misri) i; r.uv ri)i:. Pel '-.'in. ''r.'in I.v- : j . . i!: i:. :-. ::.'. f : --s II. t .-r.l i m : I -.1 it.. !"!ei;i L'Mttrf.l.uv. ; A i . i . .r i -. ir':n (;. is'-.i: ri-rs. i'r'T?j '.rc nhajjr--ti. (a:o("i ;;v stoih.s and mak- ilr i-.-ii r t ; " i ; i i. I! i.v ai r :i:n(k. a.!- t, ;F1 CONTKACT. ' V. !UUl'lrar.il, rontr.u titr. va te.l.iy anartleil a rntr:n t thro !L'h I'h irles i.ller fr a siorf Luildi'iir. .;. uhirh will !c r rt'l nt th , -.ii)!hw-! re.rr.tr of Miami and lnli ar.a a. Tl:r l uiMin-,- will le uwnrd' 1 v Willi:i:i Strllt. r. i ! - MTry NEWS-TIMES WAJJT AD.iS'rVc iu:i;s si it .xccorxT. ' Suit whs trouht in the superior ' nrt Mt);nl.: fi.ior.i" n ly tl.r Wil-1 1:. ;n Rreis o Tti '. auaii:t .Steve I'app t e:lktt $4J.oO alleged lo be HARRY LYERRICKl Funeral Esr," Director -rOto Ambulant- e Ataxia In a very In trpitin-z article on Locomotor i Atatla, Dr. Henry C. ritory tr.jn that drugs hav? practically no beneflcial effect in these j cast g. He gays that ret should be Insisted j upon, and there should be no worries or troubles. Plenty of fresh air and moderate ', exercise must be insisted upon, but over- ' exertion U injnrloui. The use of tobacco I and alcohol should be strictly forbidden, and over-eating is dangerous, especially ! when the food is poorly mestlcated. The j food must be of the most nourishing kind, and the quantity and variety must be changed so that the patient wUl not lose his i appetite. The most annoying iyniptom la thee cases Is the pain -which at times is almost unbearable. Dr. Story saya that he find s two Antl-kamnla Tablet, repeated la an hour if necessary, gives prompt relief and rest to the patient. These Tablets can be obtilned at all drugslsts In any Quantity desired. Ask for A-K Tablets. Also unexcelled for headaches, neuralgia and all rain. ECONOMY DEPARTMENTS SOUTH BEND'S FORE MOST ECONOMY GIVERS. 219-221 S. MICHIGAN ST. ENTRANCE IN INDEPENDENT 5 AND 10 CENT STORES. bair on un automobile Trv NEWS-TIMES WANT AD. I Try NEWS-TIMES WANT AD. SicU for Men and Women $15, $18 and $20. i Eajy Payments. GATELY'S 11? F. Jefferson Bird. "SHIMFS COAL MAKES WARM FRIENDS" Good Soft Coal $3.50 Ton All kinds of Hard and Soft Coal. AJ.so COKI Porahont&a PHA for undcrfcrtl furnacrs, CAXXKL Cotl for Crates, and Wood and Fe-r-d. Gle nir a call and I will make it IfOT for ou. W. D. SHIMF 1613 V. WASinXCTOX AV. Homo Fhono :SI0. ilcll Thono 110 E3c(SSLL'S FATTOTTTURE somr snciroiAX st. Op pod to Auditorium.