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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
Ttito.w. .rnrsT ir.. ioi.i. EDITORS M. AT KQKDMO BKNOUET Jon-Partisan Meeting Address ed by Prominent Men in State News Work. PRESIDENT BUSY MAN AFTER HIS VACATION Man Imp'M f.int Pr-oMrm r.ur Wil Mn on Hi Kctiirn to Capital. par ; .iion'-i !'.rnliart KOKOMm. Inl.. An;'. 1 :. Ir.'Iiin.i fditnrs rar'Hr-! f party v. rn lan qurtrt hrr Tli'irs-Iay niht hy tho Knknmn rhaniKf r ff 'ituia'T' c to thr nurnhfr of l.V, tho f si .ri i ; n the 4 T.t h annual convention f tiu; Northern Iiwliani. i:litrial associa tion. T. i:ynolflt pr--ikiit of thr; chamber of coinnurcc, .rcil a.s toast trustor. "Anvrira tirM." r'U'aniU c tlsanship or hyphen, was 1 ntjvot-acy of the hji akf. thnn lifinr Itcp. Henry A. of Kof hstcr. I.. M. I'.aiuion. editor of the Coryion Ifino rat, pr sid nt of the hwliana J)rmocratic Mfiiirs' a' riation an.l chairman of th- Indiana Vntcnnial conuniion; irl Hunt, I nU;va polin. editor of As:-', i-.iu d Ad ertisitm'. otticial or-'. in of the Asso ciated Advertising (Jluh of America; C c;. X iff i t, editor of tlif Wahinf? trn Herald and president of the new ly ortranized Indiana lMitori.il ;.-.-o-nation; I'rof. J. V. I'iercy of Indiana I'nivcrsity School of Journalism at !!lo.Miinton; Mrs. Miiulwa 11 ('ranip- tnn WiNon, editress of tlie Indiana "Women's IMitorial association. Mayor (lenrp" V. .Stidi;er of Koko mo extended the nc.coinc of the city, IMitor J. A. Kautz of the Kokom Trihnnc extended the welcome of tlie Kokorno iress to both of wliich re-.-pnnso was made ly Sen. Chester A. .Mc 'ormick of North Judson, presi dent of the association in convention. An enthusiastic loom was launcheil for the state- editorial association which may result in a consolidation of all the editorial associations of tim state and likewise for the further ance of the Mate centennial to he held next year. A telegram from Col. Charlc Ar thur Carlisle of .outh P.end asking the president to announce his candidacy for governor on the republican ticket was recf iel hut not read, due to the strictly non-partisan nature of the convention. WASHINGTON, A up. 1 : !'r Wilson on his return liere Tluirsday found himself confronted with most important dome tic and international prohh ms d mandinp early s t tlement. There are the Mexican jue-ti(n. plans for nation. :1 lefen.-e, the pend ing reply to Crtat I'.ntain on her vi--l.ition of Aineruan commercial rights. CONFER ON TOY i INCREASE PUUISi i i i S I Wilson and Daniels Discuss New Ships fcr Addition to U. S. Fleets. i ascertainment of ways and m ans for meeting a treasury Icticit ami the in- M'ury hy the department of cornmor " N.,VV Daniel into trie allCLTMl iliC'ii' .c:a 01 no steamboat ir.sp--t;on sr-rvicc. prowinp out of the Kastland disaster at Chi capo. The prcsidr :it. it i- thoiipht. will he eddiped to take, up also and answer the- suggestions da:h prowinp in im- I iiort:i ncr. ui.) ir . fillllllt . that this a (iMIl! "I . '....11 . i ; .. i. ; a r WASH1NC.TN. A tip. pio;,Piu of th- next naa ti. ii p re pram was or-. M.lcn; Thurseiay 1 :'. Th I onstruc- taken up hy th with Se-c'y of th- l They (on'.'tmd on the suhje.t within a lew !io.rs alter the prcsi elrnt i e turne d frun '-ornish. Sc'y li.mi'ls said he was not abb' at this time to piw to the president I c de taile d 1 e pot t on W P.ai 11 a K'ernment should anpn iiscii v.nn i is proposed to nae m me nexi nawn r.e titral nations to urinp n u oeace in i:urep-. The- administration i tact, committed to a policy of tivitv n those i.'.ixs whenever Pportur.it' is jr s- nted. iflicials at the white hoiir- are tluowinp eut tiie uppe-sf ion that nunc of the pie s; ions will he di.-ensse-d from a partisan standpoint. The presi dent, it is said, will arrive at this conclusion without e-onfe remce-s with politicians who mipht take advantape oi his retuiri to Washington together and piv- him advice-. Keir t'nat rea son, white house otlicials intimate very Ptronply that tile- prtside-nt will not 1f at home to callers at least for some elays. hill. Mr. HaniciS has previously an- the nounc. d thai the pr soIe-nt w ill ie ine tinal jiidpe of what shall he- the lec om mendat ioi s to coivpfss. Mr. I)a!l icls elid not indicate- Thursday wlie-a tin- plan in peiieral outline as it has he e-n prepared hy tile- pe-ne ral naal hoard and t!i - advisory council of the nay dej alt meat will he approve-d !y tile- pre iident. It is known that the- chiefs of the nay departme-nt staiul for two main idoiiosit ions that the-re shall he LOAN DIFFICULTIES ARISE IN BULGARIA Aii-lro-CJcrniaii Hanker Sahl t Impo-inp Cmisiial Conelit in on Debtors. Ik WHEAT NOT BEING BOUGHT BY EUROPE Orders Are Cane-clle-el by liuyers of American Cereal lYoin Across Seas. CHICACO. Aup. 1. Europe is cancellinp orders for American wheat. Three elays auo the intlux of orders ef CIreat IJritain, aetinp fer all the allies, stoppeel. Thursday concilia tions bepan. It was estimated that orders amountinp to from "fto.ooo ,0 1.000. COO bushels were cancelled in Chlcape today. The market wa one hope question mark. Why'.' Three answers were unppested. hut nohody pretended to know which, if any, was ripht. The theories presented were: 1. In th eye-s eif Knrope. feace may appear to he much nearer than it appears to ohservors on this sido. 2. Crert Uritain may have Infor mation that the I arelanelles will he opened in the near future, releasing the vast amount of Russian wheat which has been thus far locked out of the world markets. H. The allies, who have to pay pold for everything they buy on this side of th Atlantic, may have exhausted their treasuries. James A. Patten of Kvanston. who is suppnsM to know more about wheat than anyone else, discussed the Fltuation last nipht. He placed no faith In the peace theory, hut thoupht the explanation probably would be found In one of the other two theories that Dardanelles, or the empty treasuries. llo.MI-:. Aup. l;:. Avordinp to pri vate' information from Salonica new ditticultie s have arise-n in ceuine tion with tlm payment of the- hrst jiart of the Cerman loan te Hulparia. Aus t ro- hrma n hanke rs are imposinp ex traordinary conditions which llulparia cannot accept. As a matter of fact the hankers cannot produce much pold am offer its eouhalet in (German-Aus trian paper. Tile' ; m of L'nd.neo.eOO i francs runs the risk ef iostponeiuont I or abandonme-nt. Similar dilticulties also have arisen between Li ul pari a and Turkey in re- pard to the' I lede-apatch-Adriar.op'e liiilway, Turkey' proposing conditions which are extravapant and unaccept ahle. Much elisapjejintment has he-en aused at Sofia. from leiiir fe six arships. some ed' the 1 att lesh i s class and oilier of tlie- l.at- tb- riii:-( r class; a:.e! a ve ry latpe in-cieas-. i t o!a ! 1 7.".. in the nunihe-r of up-to-date suhinarines. The- situa tion, the chiefs say also, demands the e onsti nction ef additional fuel saip.- ;'.nd hospilal ships. Sec'y clarris-on has worked ,,'r t i 111 1 in view of the pn-side-nt's com mp to Washinpton on his report which deals with the- creation of an em-rpeney army of ahout .afe00 men. .Mr. riarrison did not confer with the president today, hut it is un derstood that the preside nt has he lorr. him the pe-neral eutline of Mr. Cat rison's work. As the president has decided that there- will he no e-ahinct me-etinp 1'ri elaj it is prohahb .Mr. Catrioti will confer with the- president elurinp the- lay. A ueneral conference em national I tlefense jdans hy heth the navy and I i i i tit . army win ne ne-iu ne-tween ine- presi I ele-nt. See'y Cirrison and Sec'y Danie ls i en Monday. MARSHALL DISCUSSES MEXICAN SITUATION Don't Worry oiij jMiicns i'lmsi:. I.IMA, ().. Aup. I?..- Ohio. Indiana find Illinois crude oil advanced live rents per barrel Thurselay. Tho fol lowlnp are the new quotations: North Lima. ;.".: South Lima, SS: Indiana, S?,; Illinois, M. Says There Is No Orpanized or In dhidtial Self Control in DNrupteel Nation. KANSAS C1TV, Mo.. Aup. 1.. "To llnd out when Mexico will have a re public, you will have to ask the sev enth elauphter of the' seventh dauph ter of an Indian princess. There is no organization or individual self con tred there." This is all Thomas R. Marshall, vice-president of the United States, who was at the Hotel Baltimore) to day with Mrs. Marshall, would say repardlnp tho Mexican situation. "Let every one uphold I'rcs't Wil son he will do his duty." said the vice-president, speaking of the for- -ipn situation. "I am confielent the president will do his utmost to main tain peace with honor. He is main taining a strictly fair anel neutral at titude and will do what is right. "If it comes to a point where we cannot have peace with honor, why, we'll just have to 'scrap.' " " w ' ? 1 i y'A OITICIAIi SDATN? LI'XINGTON. Ky.. Aup. M. The; sudden eleath of W. P. Roberts, can- I didate feir commonwcaUh's attorney 1 in the Knott-Mamdfin-Floyd county; district last Saturday, will elevelop a . sensation, it is stated tonight. Hob- ! erts' body was fouml in his otfice Just j after he was elected. 1-nenus now believe he was murdered. I had eczema too but o esainio healed it in no time! Yes, I know all about bow it itches and burns I went through torments myself, and tried every treatment I heard of, just as you are doing. But at last an old doctor told me to use Resinol Ointment and Kesinol Soap then it was "Good night, eczema!" Take it from me,Vid man, your troubles will be over when you get Kesinol on the job. Kes'nr.l Ointment and Pcsinrd Soap contain noth-.rx harh or ir.jjriou and can be osed frrtiy lor ail sorts of rkio-trfx:l.!cs even on the t-ndrrft rr mt irnuted furtace. K.vcry druc.ot JK-lt them, K.r tnal frre, write to Dept. Kemnol. l'-aHimcre, Xli. miuia Li- - f ' " - 1 .-V. -T..T..-i 0)0) IUTT LP rs laker' u ,111 'V:'A' "1- ' IT WILL PAY YOU TO ATTEND THIS GREAT SALE. WOMEN'S PRICES. Regular $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00 values, Sale Price, $2.95, M ,$1.95 and 4) I .TJ MEN'S PRICES. Regular $3.50, $4.50 and $5.00 values. Sale Price, $3.95, $2.95 and Nettleton $6.00 Oxfords $1.95 $4.95 OCT) Womsn's fcroken lots, good styles, Oxfords and Pumps. It costs nothing to try 1 them on. They're worth $3.50 a pair Qr and you can have them while they last at ZJ, s : v v . ALL CHILDREN'S SUMMER FOOTWEAR REDUCED. 0) W(dW y(c? 'fn 1 i ! ii ake Y owe Advantage It's a good plan io take advantage of a clearance like this. There has Now never been another Sale of assortments and values to size, equal. Id W f: L. Drop of (T 17 JJ 7v (w WW 18 $20.00 suits $22.50 suits $25.00 suits $27.50 suits $30.00 suits Some full silk lined Some I silk lined, at r rinceni 15 SIS n I Filiffr h Sis nn b riftffr 1-ilUtn 5 SI y l5 i it; lie e.t ;; v, i Hi JI5 JlSSt Fiftfcn i $15 Fil ;i5$15 S Fifteen 15 S)5Sf Fifternj n j$l5$lS $l5 $LS $15 $IS$I? ril$ Fifteen $15 Fifteen j $J5 $15 $15 $15 $15 51" $15 I . iftrrn tr i$15$I5 ( i $S $is ; Tn $15 Fif ;! i$S5 115 1 ' ftetrt 115'iftren $fT I J$15$S$1S$1$ $15 $15 U 513 Fifteen S15 Tifteeh i!5 SLVM $15 $15 USv AT. puis $is :a 6 SIS SIS iT$15 $15 $lSfv .j&t siJd $ 1 5,Fi (tiYy y$15 $15 $15 $15 ilj $t.5 57 A415 $15 $15 $15 n It's the "call" on these suits; men who understand will quickly appreciate this opportunity. The materials are very choice; the quality to satisfy your most exacting de mands. Styles for men and yonng men, Outing suits, business suits, college suits, semi-dress suits; quarter lined, half lined, full lined; patterns and weaves of smart distinction. A clean-up of Outing Flan nel trousers; $5 and $6.50 values, at ... $3.75 Plain and fancy series or flannels; new stripes and patterns. They're made by Hart Schaffner & Marx; there's no higher standard of quality or tailoring known; Trousers worth SS.oo and 0O r7Ei $6.00, now ipO.i D Our Manhattan Shirt Sale Come here and get your size, stock is still large. All S1.50 Manhattans now All S2.00 Manhattans now All $2.50 and $3 Manhattans now All S3. 50 and $4 Manhattans now All $5 and $6 Manhattans now . . All $7.5o and S10 Manhattans now The $1.25 $1.65 $1.95 $2.85 $3.85 $5.45 Help yourself to any straw hat in the house for an even one dollar. Former prices up to $5. Includes the f a mous Knox straws. Again Tomorrow r Genuine Palm Beach Suits; plain j greys and tans; also neat stripe and j 1 plaid patterns; Norfolk or plain sack j styles; sizes for regulars and stouts; , r i a r rr 1 . J 5.DU and $7.uu values to go I J at STfi i CI LM I Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes, Knox Hats, Sampeck Boys' Clothes. Co 114 West Washington Street L - r" ; I - '