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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
HAPPENINGS IN AND ABOUT TOWN
SUES FOR 10,000
AS "HEART BALI'
Will R. Porter Arrested in
Dowagiac on Capias in
W. E. Metz's Suit.
Walter n. M tz. T: Hari-f-r ct.. a
contractor ar. l former wholesale .
fiuit dealer, s.- the j.laintli? in a suit;
for $10,0'i'-: hr.irt balm for the alien-;
atlon of his wife's a?fe -tion. a-.iir.r-t :
"Will C. Porter of lniVi5i;tc, re-j
t:ry of the Michigan Mutual I-ire j
IiiMirar.fr Co.. who vs arre-ierl j
Thursday afternoon at DowasLic. I
The arrest was male on a capias, j
v hich re'juirt-s Porter either to nie a j
bond equal to the amuint aked ly
Metz, agreeing to pay tiamaqes if.
they are allowed ly the curt, or to ;
fctay in Jail while llftz jnys hi.-
According to Mr. Metz, he and his
v.ife hejiarated on April 2 after h1
had found her in company with
Porter on a nurni' r of o caMon. He
tiled a suit for divorce in the St.
Joseph superior co.irt on April 10. :
the trial bein hei u!el for next '
week. At the .aino tii'"." a Matutory 1
charge was made ;ucain.--t Porter in
Perrlen county, Michigan, it b ini,"
Mr. Metz haid Friday morning that ;
on April 12 the sheriff of p.ernen j
county attempted to serve the war-j
rant on Porter, who was then with,
Mrs. Metz at hor mother's home in j
Herrien ."-'prints, and was held off by!
the woman with a .21 caliber rifle.;
He said that she fired one shot in
the air and that he told the officer j
that Porter was r.t there. Accord-
in to Mr. Metz. Porter's f.ip came;
after his father in an automobile
the same r.ixht.
On two different occans, ar-
tcnlir.? to the Irisbaml, I'ortcr and
Mrs. Metz were found ly Metz at a!
certain hoin-e in South Hend. lie j
raid that the first time was on Aus.'
7 and the other was on Oct. -. J
Porter and Metz met at Fernen
Springs .ome time atro. it is said,
and Porter received two black eyea
la a llsht.
PLAN SPECIAL SERMONS
FOR SUNDAY EVENINGS
The We-t min. tc r Presbyterian
church is arraiunu fov a special
teries of .services be held Sunday
evenings during tl summer. Next
Sunday evening will be "Young
People's Night. The Fndeavor
service at '.:.:(' y ill he a union meet
ing of the sen:rs and intermediates.
The two societies will march to
gether to the t hurch .-ervh e and will
occupy scats reserved for them in
the center of the auditorium. The
pastor will deliver an address on
"Christian Cn.le.i vor What Has It
Accomplished What Are Its Ideals
ami Its Outlook."
Sunday eninc! June 4. the West
minster chorus, directed by Mrs.
Fern Parkt r Wil.-on. and as.-isted by j
ti e Westminster orihestra anil other!
local talent, will pi- a son.; service.!
June 11 v. ill le .1 special serv ice !
for the nur.. A l.ire men's choru? j
in beim; r.v n it d to take charge or'
the mui- arid the theme of the ad-
dress wbi be '"Manhood's Strategic j
Place in the Kingdom." 1
OVERRULES PETITION OF
BANK IN AMPLEX CASE
A decision of interot to members 1
of the leual profession was given
Friday morning in the ircuit court
by Judge Walter A. Funk in which
the court overruled the petition of!
the St. Joseph Loan and Trust Co.
tc he made a party to the suit of ;
Adolph Kamm vs. Khinehart Cripe
nnd others in a suit to quiet title on i
the now defunct Amplex Motor Car
Co. 's property. Attorneys for the
bank then asked the court for per
mission to f;le an amended com
plaint. Judce Funk will consider
the matter Monday.
IN JAIL FOR BURGLARY
On the complaint of Crace M offer. '
who, according to lVput Prosecutor,
Samuel P. Schwartz, charges the de-;
fendant with t arcarlv. Steve Mrs. is
being held at the county jail pending:
a hearing. He :s ke'.d on bond.1
According to the story Mrs became
infatuated with the woman's daugh
ter, went to their home, and it is
believed, took s me pictures. .
to on; ptko.
Owing to the advance in pr:ce of;
all materials used m the manufac-:
ture of i.e ere 1 iv.. svrr.ps. i'.avorsj
r.nd refreshments ingredients, we;
are forced to iv.rrta- our prices on
sundaes and o, Therefore, on
n::d after June 1 , will h.itge 1 ,
cers (lnstt td of ." .ri'si f-r all:
eundacs and sodas served.
Advt. Till' iMIil.ADF.LPHI.V.
RUFF BOUND OVER TO
CIRCUIT GRAND JURY
Je-e A. llulf V is
o r to
the circuit t out t rar.d ;ur
Judge Herbert 1. War:., t
chargi- !' srar.d lanenv. It is .il
leced th.t Ruff obtain-d a chattel
m or! -age on an aut'-rnoi-ile whvh he
had already di-p- d of. The South
Fend ied:- ' . :t :- alb gc.I. b..m-d
Ruff the n.on.-v.
v, m. Itters h.. v '
ail 1 o !! .-ett led
It nJes w e I e
up. the omplaifdiu
i;n lliin t dr-'p
mrs. .ioi:iMiii; r. 1 1 1 .
Funeral srucf. for Mrs. Jose
phine Faro. 4JP2 K. Corby st., will
bo h at St. Joseph's ehurch at 1
o'clof k Saturday morninsr, Ilev. P.
J. Carroll otfi iatinz. Hurial will be
in Ceiir Grove cemetery.
mils, doka li:i schi:k.
Funeral servier ,'cr Mrs. Dora
L."uscnfr. j;. vw-nuer t-t.. were;
held at the Kus.-eil chapel at 2 ;
o c jocK ana at tno tierman hvan
P'hcal church at 2:30 o'clock Fri
day afternoon, pov. W. U. Fre.ahley
ofriejatins'. Purial was in City ceme
tery. WHOLESALERS WILL
ORGANIZE NEXT WEEK
Perrriarir.t organization of a;
Whob salcr." bureau of the Cham
ber of Commerce is expected to be
accomplished at a meeting to be
held next Thursday evening at 6:13
at the new Kable banquet hall. A
proposed trade extension trip will
also he di.-rus-sed at this meeting.
This was the decision of the
wholesalers at a luncheon at the
Oliver Friday noon. The body aIro
approved the letter which is to bo
if nt to all business concerns rc
'ardin the formation of a sanction
committee to pass upon all ."oliciting
and advertising propositions.
All wholesalers in the city arc In
vited to th" meeting next Thurbday.
TO GIVE DIPLOMAS .
FRIDAY, JUNE 2
(CONTINUED FROM PACK ONE.)
the largest of the year, containing
4S pates of reading matter.
All the athletic monograms will te
awarded and medals alno and tro
phies recently won In the northern
Indiana fitJd and track meet will he
gneij out. All arrangements for
summer school will be made at this
time and a large enrollment la ex
I'ected. 1,1st of (ruduatcs.
Following is a complete list of
those expected to receive their diplo
mas on next Friday evening.
Ilernice Augustine, L'dna J. Haird,
Marie Partoszek, Planche Pecker,
Florence Pennett, Helen P.osweii,
Hazel How man, Fva Purke.
Rüther Carr, Alta Clayhaugh. Ma
rian Chard, Marietta Clemens, Lil
lian Cohen, Planche Colip, Carolin
Davidson. Alice Dunbar, Margaret
Flhel. Edith Fmmons. Certrude
Fisher, Irene Fisher, Sarah Flox,
Marvel Fuller, Mildred Funston.
Hleanor (laik, Kathleen Ouilfoj'le,
Catherine Cuthrie, M;irie Hauger.
Vera Hawkins, Fmma Jackson,
Esther Kerner, Esther Kirkpatrick,
Eis;i Kurzhals, Florence Lehman,
Leah Lennox, Esther Lindahl, Mary
Ltvengood, I.elle Livingston. Lsther.
Puce, Marjorie Marble. Marie Mar
tin, Irene Meyer, C.retchen MUlbern.
Oyneth Moore, Marie Nelse. Dorothy
M. Neithardt, Leota Odell, Kdith
Plant. Ituth Pommert, Hazel Rhik
herger, Hazel Replogle, Nellie Rob
bins. Nancy Roberts, Caroline Roth.
.Cgne? Rupel, Maxine Ryer. Enna
Sawyer, Delia Schäfer. Virginia
Sehneider. Frieda Schuler. Olga.
Seei'mueller. Mabel Seybold. Remice
Shirk. Irene Siems. Mae Slaybaush,
rjuth Spohnholz, Edythe Smith. Elvis
Stover, Ie: trade Straup. Alv a E.
Sundberg. Doris Sweetland. Margaret
Talbert. Irene Thompson. I-nia Ty
ler. Josephine Walter. Irene Webster,
Elsa Weder. Louise Weld, Melba
Weller. Dora Wentland. Agnes
White. Cert rude Wiser. Ruth Witt
ner. Arva Yeagley, Helen M. Yer
rick. Ina Yost. Arthur Andrewski,
William Faumga rt ner, Wl.llam Rra
man, Francis J. Putler, Charles
Clark, l'orest 'lark. Raymond Co
lien. Carl Cook. Harrison Crockett.
Dean Davis. Wallace Davis. Ellis
Dean. Russell Deller. Milo Ducdale.
Edwin Elbel, C.ilhert C.eorge. Mar
cus Oilman. Pen Olaser. Raymond
Goldberg. William Grimm. Joseph
Guler. Warren Hanson. Herman
Heyde. John Huffman, Fred Irwin.
Donald Johnson. Hohert Jones. Karl
Keener. Pernard Keltner. Loren
Knight. Lisle Kreighhaum, Wallace
Kreighbaum. Gerald Leeper, Joyce
Lehman. Albert MacPonald. James
MrAlpine. John McKinstry. Robert
Weir Mitchell. Joseph A. Myers.
Warren Parks. Edward Post, 'arl
Prell. Theodore Proud. Earl Roberts.
Gail Rush. Franklin Schurz. Aubrey
Searles. Coleman Steis. Earl D. Stew
art. W. titer Strang. Ira Swaim. Wal
ter, Sweeney. John Taylor. Grenville
Tompsett. Fred G. Winkler. John
Woodworth. Floyd Zimn-.er.
AVIATOR FALLS 50 FEET
Pilot Ha No Difficult- in Getting
Out of Hay.
SAN DIEGO. Calif.. May 2.
C.ipt. Arthur S. Cowan, former com
mandant of the army aviation train
ing school here, fell ."0 feet in a
h droaeroplane which he was pilot
ing Thursday. The machine plunged
into the hay near shore, and Capt.
Cowan, although badly shaken up.
had no difficulty in extricatine him
self from the partially wrecked j!r-
CHARGES WOMAN WITH
STRIKING HER SON
Mrs. Ollie Pelledin. 100 Campau
st.. was arraigned in city court Fri
day morntng charged with assault
and battery. Mrs. Mabel Flhs is the
t .'ttipl amine witness and h charges
that the . th.er woman struck her
hoy Raymond. 1" years old. A
hfan: tc was t-ct down for Saturday
in err. in?.
Dai of 5 -Cent Soda
Passes, They'll Cost
A Dime on June 1
The day of Jive-ccrU sodas
sundaes is passing. On June
v.ill he gone.
Druggists and candy store men in
the down town section have tent out
word that after the first of the
month ali sodas and sundaes will be
1" cents. Fven in the outlying dis
tricts many of the dealers have come
to an asreement on 10-cent drinks.
The high cost of ingredients used
in making sodas and sundaes is the
cause of the increase in price. Sugar,
srups and the wages of the cus
todians of the fountains hae gone
up. The law which prohibits the use
q! preservatives makes it necessary
to use fresh fruit, which is more
expensive than the other.
Dealers say that they lose money
on live-cent snnas and sundaes.
Under the new price, however, it is
understood that the dishes and
glasses will he larger.
FOR EVADING DUTY
Lum.1i Admits Pre-tcnx
While He Went
Night Patrolman Alfred Lusch was
relieved from further duty as a
member of the city's police force
Friday morning following a meet
ing of the board of safety w hich con
sidered charges pressed against him
by Chief of Police Millard F. Kerr.
Lusch pleaded guilty to the charges.
Lusch told the chief that he was
unable to report for duty because of
illness. Instead it was found that he
was joy-riding and had gone to
Lakeville. The investigation into the
case was made thoroughly by the
About a month ago Leu sc h was
fined $10 for failure to report for
Teter ?. Tiechorowskl. 511 N.
Johnson st., was appointed a mem
ber of the fire department. He will
be assigned to duty June 1. Piechor
owski takes the place of Stanley
Puszynski. who was killed at the
Olive st. crossing by a Lake Shore
train May ?.
The board also decided to receive
bids for the new aero-truck and
motor pumper. Harry Josephson,
clerk of the hoard, was directed to
advertise for bids immediately. Dis
cussion over the specifications whs
also held at the board session.
FIVE DENY VAGRANCY
Enter Pleas of Not Guilty Hefote
Five men arrested yesterday hj-
the police on charges of vagrancy,
entered pleas of not guilty when
arraigned in city court Friday morn
in?. Bond was fixed at $25 and a
hearins set down for next Monday.
The defendants said they were from
Toledo. They gave their names as:
Joseph Musal, David Smith, Pert
Williams. Joseph Kubiak. Alex
MEET AT Y. M. TONIGHT
The hich school inter-class aqua
tic meet for the boys will he held
this evening at 7:30 o'clock. The
sophomores copped the meet earlier
in the winter and expect to repeat
However. if the seniors' full
strength is on hand. Mac Donald,
Hanson and Ducomh. they are ex
pected to he in the tight. Admission
can only be gained through a ticket
secured from C. A. Metzler. physi
cal instructor at the high school.
FAY'S BAIL INCREASED
NEW YORK. May 26. The bail
of Lieut. TiObert F sentenced to
eight years in the federal peniten
tiary at Atlanta for conspiring to
blow up shirs carrying munitions to
the entente allies, was increased
Thursday fom J 25,00') to $"0,00 0.
Fay's attorneys asserted that the in
crease precluded the possibility of
his client obtaining a bondsman
pending an appeal from his convic
tion. i s s r r: s c n l l i :n f ; i :.
Warren Watters, who won the In
dividual pi.ig pong championship of
the boys department of the Y. M. C.
A., has1 issued a challenge to any
person in South Rend to play for
the city ping pong title. A set of
military brushes was given the win
ner of the Y. M. C. A. tournament.
Patrolman Hans Prandi. who was
shot early iast .Monday by John J3e
Pean. was preatly Improved Friday.
His condition on Thursday was
much letter than it has been since
he was brought to Epworth hospital
after the shooting anil he was even
better on Friday.
ni:c.fi.ii is n.ism:n.
Joe Fry. his home from "nowhere"
and his business "everywhere" and
"anywhere" was given a suspended
fine of $1 and coyts for hecging pro
viding thit he would leave the city
immediately. Fry paused just long
enough to thank the court
he bounded for the door.
FATALLY III 11T IN SUWAWAY.
Iuternation.l News Service:
SCMMITVILLK. Ind.. May 26.
John Parker, a tile contractor, was
fatally injured today when thrown
from his w33n in a rumway.
ARADE PUT OFF
Lack of Definite Sentiment at
City Hall Causes a
South Fend will not have a pre-
paradncss parade on June 3. Such
was the decision of the committee
representing tho manufacturers and
fraternal organization? held at the
city hall last nUht.
On May 23. over 200 invitations
were sent out by the Citizens' com
mittee to the civic and fraternal
clubs to end a representative to last
night's meeting to formulate plans
for the proposed parade. Many of
the organizations do not hold their
regular meetings until the 15th of
the month and so were unahle to
report regarding: the sentiment of
their member? as to a parade.
Such was the case with the labor
organizations of the city. Their
delegates present last night paid
that as far as they knew the labor
sentiment was for a demonstration,
hut they could give no definite re
port, as the question had not been
brought up in the meeting of their
A representative of the South
r.end Woolen Co. said:
"A meeting wns called of all our
foremen and they were Instructed to
.ound out the sentiment among our
employes. Their report was that
every one, from the highest paid
operator, down to the humblest
worker, was enthusiastic for uch a
parade. However, in view of the
fact th ;t our plan is meeting with
such a cold reception and lack of
interest, I move that the parade be
.Move to Defer.
Otto Knuhlork of the Citizens'
committee, then moved that Mr.
Piroh's resolution he amended to
read "deferred," instead of "aban
doned." The motion for amend
ment was seconded and carried with
out a dissenting vote.
Speaking for the Chamber of Com
merce. W. W. Ridenour aid that it
could not take part as an organiza
tion, because all of the members
would wish to participate in the pa
rade with their respective clubs. He
said that individually they were in
favor of the demonstration.
Col. George M. Studebakcr. while
heartily in favor of the parade,
thought . that it should be deferred
until a report might be secured from
all of the organizations of the city.
Representatives from the Rotary
club. Knights of Pythias. Freemen's
union, Typographical union, and
&tudebaker's. all favored postpon
ing the parade.
It was finally decided that another
meeting would he held June 15 at
the city hall, at 7:.?0 o'clock. The
manufacturers, civic and fraternal
clubs were asked to select a repre
sentative to attend this meeting,
when a definite date will be set for
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
From Rc-eortis of Indiana Titlo
and Loan Co.
Ann M. Studehaker et al. to Clem
ent S. Smogor. lot 10o2, Summit
place third addition, $273.
Same to Joseph A. Werwinski, lot
835 Summit place third addition,
Melvin Fisher and wife to Albert
and Nora Paisley, lots 29 and CO,
I'airview subdivision of the Home
Development addition to Lakeville
Martin V. Cole and wife to Ida M.
Cole, part lot 07, Rockafeller's addi
tion; also lot 49, Arnold's second ad
John M. Reaves to Charles Per
inger and wife, lot 25, Holler's first
addition to Crumpoint, $300.
FIST FIGHT COSTS $150
Judge Approves Manner, Hut Sajs
It Is AuaiiiH the law.
PATOX ROFCF. Pa., May 26.
Adjt. Gen. McNeese and A. D. Stew
art, a prominent New rleans hotel
man. each paid a $150 fine in city
court Thursday for their pre-arranged
fist fight on the capitol lawn
Wednesday, which they designated as
"an affair of honor." Judge Odom,
in imposing the tines, said:
"Personally. I approve of this
method of settling a difficulty be
tween gentlemen, hut it is against
the law and I will have to fine you."
FIND HORSES DEAD
I'sctl hy Men In Ioape from State
i GRFFNCASTLK. Ind.. Mav
Two horses which were driven by
James Lynch and Pert Powen. state
farm prisoners, when they escaped
Monday, were found dead Thursday
In a secluded spot on Deer creek
about a mile south of Putnamville.
v. here they had been securely tied
by the men. The animals evidently
had died of thirst and hunger,
tethered a few paces from an abund
ance of grass and water.
KILLKD HY I IN (I INF.
Intern.it ln.il N-ws Servi-e:
PFRF. Ind.. May 2.Henry, 20-months-old
son of Mr. and Mrs.
Nate Pelong of Summitville, was kill
ed while playing on the Lake Erie
railroad tracks. He was struck by
a switch engine.
Physicians Work at Top Speed
to Examine All 100
Ono hundred entries marks the
high water mark in the baby con
test that is attracting the undivided
attention of mothers and fathers of
promising youngsters in every part
of the city. The contest closes to
day which is the fourth day of regis
tration and the third of examina
tion. Light doc.ors of the city carried
on the examination of the infant
prodigies. From 10 o'clock until
after - baby headquarters at l"0t"
V. Washington st. were crowded
with a hetrogenious crowd of par
ents and children all cau-er to take
their places in the line forming be
foie the examination rooms. Not
vithstanding the large number of
scorers only JS infants could be
taken care of and a large number
were turned away. Thirty in all
were held over for today's session,
and If the registration . is as rapid
as it has been the Inst two days
there will undoubtedly be some late
comers who must be disappointed.
Aiiagt Is High.
About 50 per cent of the entries
are babies of foreign parentage,
Pelgium and Hungary being the
principal nations represented. From
present indications it will be irn
pessiblo to arrive at any knowledge
of the standings of the children un
til Monday at least. The force
available at headquarters f.nd it dif
ficult to tabulate the lengthy reports
of the physicians and average up the
results. Relative to the condition
of the babies entered it 's under
stood that the cener.il average is
high. This, however. Is unotlicinl.
The educational exhihit -which has
been placed for the education of the
mothers and fathers and brothers
and sisters of King Pahy will be
open to the public next Sunday.
RUSH JAMES J. HILL
TO ROCHESTER HOSPITAL
Iuteruathnal Neu Service:
ST. PAUL, Minn., May 26. The
condition of James J. Hill, financier
and railroad magnate, has become
so serious that he was taken this
afternoon to Rochester, Minn., for
"observation and treatment" at the
Mayo sanitarium. This was the
statement of a prominent railroad
oMicial here, but at the Hill home it
was stated that the railroad magnate
had not left his home and that his
condition was satisfactory.
Oihcials of the Creatvvcstern road
faid that a special train, which in
cluded Mr. Hill's private car, had
left i?t. Paul for Rochester and was
running under rush orders.
It alo became known that L. Y.
Hill, son of the magnate, had gone
in haste to Rochester, and that
James J. Hill's private physician
also had been called out of town.
TO Ol'Jl IWTKONS.
Owins to the advance in rrice of
all materials used in the manufac
ture of ice cream, syrups, ilavors
and refreshments ingredients, we
are forced to increase our prices on
sundaes and sodas. Therefore, on
r.nd after June 1 we will charge 10
tents (instead of f cents for all
sundaes and sodas served.
Advt. THE PHILADELPHIA.
pcsTioxi-: bix'Ti Ki:.
Owing to the civic federation pa
geant to be held at the high school
tonight, the lecture that is to be
given on Yellowstone National park
will be held Saturday night instead.
The talk will be illustrated with
views of Yellowstone and Rainier
parks and other scenes of the north
SEAT0N SHINES AS
A HITTING HURLER
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Tom Se.iton. forrtier pitcher for
the Prooklyn Federals and now with
the Cubs, is acquiring a reputation
as a hatsrr.an. In a eccnt game
against the Prooklyn Lodgers. Sa
ton relieved Pierce in the s?CQnd in
ning, after Prooklyn had scored
three runs, hehl the opponents
corfless for the remainder of the
game while the Cubs tied :he mre
in the ninth inning, and thn starte.
the tenth inning with a hase hit and
liter brought in the winninz run.
URGE HUGHES TO QUIT
BENCH BEFORE JUNE 7
(CONTINFKD FROM PACE ONE. )
the administration's failure to meet
the situations as they have presented
AVill Waste No Time.
In t'rder that no time shall be un
necessarily wasted there i; a growing
disposition among republican lead
ers here to have the temporary or
ganization at Chicago made perman
ent with Sen. W. G. Harding of Ohio,
as temporary and permanent chair
man. This might permit the con
vention reaching the business of
nominations late on Thursday if the
resolutions committee can agree
upon the platform Wednesday night
and Thursday morning. It is not be
lieved that there will be any great
dithculty in reconciling the various
elements so far as the platform Is
concerned. Even the "dyed-in-the-wool"
high larift protection leaders
admit that the platform must utter
strongly progressive sentiments and
there is no question but that this
Will bo so.
With only "3 contests to he set
tled, the lowest in many years, it Is
expected that the national committee
will have the temporary roll made
up not later than next Saturday.
Word reaching republican headquar
ters here indicates that all conven
tion arrangements are about com
pleted. Many Headquarters.
That the republicans recognize
that the heavy fighting will he cen
tered in the middle western states
and the Pnciilc coast is shown by the
announcement that three and pos
sibly four national headquarters
will be opened in New York. Chi
cago, Portland, Ore., and probably
in this city. This will make possible
more uniform effort everywhere.
The democratic convention is ex
pected to he the most harmonious in
the history of the party. Former
Gov. Martin H. Glynn of New York,
will make the keynote speech as
temporary chairman. Although the
names of (lev. Major of Missouri,
and Roger Sullivan of Illinois, may
be suggested for the vice presiden
tial nomination and possibly that of
Joseph W. l-'olk, also of Missouri, it
already is cc needed that the ticket
will he Wilson and Marshall. The
president wTl "o. k" the platform
and so far as the actual routine is
concerned the convention could com
plete its program in one day if the
delegates and leaders felt so inclined.
WORLD COURT PLAN IS
VALID, TAFT ASSERTS
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.)
government. It is left to congress
to carry out that which we in a con
stitutional w iy hav e agreed to do.
Thus to impose in a constitutional
way by treaty an obligation on con
gress is not io take away its power
to discharge it or refuse to discharge
Cites Pa l ta ma Trra t y .
As proof. Mr. Taft cited the treaty
with Panarra under which the
Fnited States guarantees the inde
pendence of that republic. We are
under obligations to do so. he said.
but if war mist be declared to keep
that pledge, congress must declare
it. A similar condition exists in re
gard to Cuba, the former president
I"ITTlll"ltCi Jl LIVE STOCK.
PIT TSDI KGil, IM.. .May '.';. -CATTLE
-Stipplv lisrht. -lnrket steady. Prime.
i ni'-'jIii.;."!: iro..l. s; j.VjJ 7. : tily butch
ers. J-'.'Wi :ro; fair, SVJ.V'J s.73 ; common,
ST.iKfis.oo: coiimon to good fat bulls,
S.'i.OO'fl X..V ; eoiimoll to riol fat rows,
j LdO'o x.,0 ; la ifers, nc, iortr.) oo; fresh
cows aii'l spr.iwrs. $1iUn6;sO.(M); veal
culv.-s. sl J tutrtj 1 TiO; heavy and thlu
calve. i;.0,1'" ' H.
SHELT AND LA MUS Supply, 10 dou
ble ilirks. Murlo-t lower. Prime wetb
ers. s.oor .S.L'." : n fd mixed. S7 -fi ;7-M) ;
fair mixed. .'Oo7.(0; eiills and com
mon. Sl.cNKa.oti lainhs, J?J.(H.fij 10 00;
bprinc lambs, 7-50il-"U.
IpxIS Keetipt. lä doiil.le decks.
M.uket lower, i'rime heavy bogs, -10CK)
r.K10; inedii ms. .tCKj ;0.:." ; henvy
Yorkers. .'.. sO'V. '..:: liglit Yorkers. $a .V)
Oi'Mi); pigs, I. etK,jf ;; roughs. $"dl
hihi; t-.z. $7."Jf2. 7.1'ä ; heavy mixed.
S'J t5i lJ.o.
Tu:i0. ., May :tl-CI, isi;:
WIIFAT Cash and .May. ?1.17!,4 ; July.
$1.-.; Sept.. n
c'ci:N 'ah. TJc; May. 71c; July.
712', : Sept., 7-c.
(ATS-.'ash and .May, 4-x-; July, i",l'2c;
Itvr.- N'. -J. :7c.
CLOVKU sr;:-;i Prime, cah, $.7U;
U t . SS.771: De-., .s.7o.
ATsi Kl: Pi ime. a?h ami Aus;.. .a .Vi.
TIMOTHY Prime. asli, $.'.0; Set.,
c- 1" 1
( IIK V(,0 (iliAIN AM IMtOVISION.
CIIICAtiM, .May '.''i
opening High Low (.'lose
Mav rTij llOL, y-!s
.liilv llo-sfri, li-j'i;. lioi;. HP,r,iTs
Sept. nFs'7." IL". 's lll IP.' rs
Xhiv 70w"- 71. 7P4 70'i
July 7vtr,tlt 71U 70 Topfit-"
Sert. 7o .x 2 ;:T,
Mav 12 4?.. 4P. 41
July Wri 41. 40'4 lO'w'Jll
sej.'t. rj.iKi ir7 iTJ.") -j-j.oo
Juiv 12?, 12 r, i:.4." P.M7
Sept. 1J70 1J.77 1JÖ7 1-'C2
K I PS
July 1 i;t 12 4 J 12.4a
Se pt. 12.70 " 12.72 12 .Vi 12
INDIANAPOLIS LI VF. STOCK.
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. May 2''. HOGS
Peceipts. s..VO Market 10fal.- lower.
Ie-t hogs. '.t 0; iavi. Z'.t'Mi'.t.W:
pigs. oo-fj : in ; bulk of .iles. $:.
I'ATTLi: Peeript. 1."-". Market
?rea!y. Pboh-e heavy steers. s'lfMCo'
lo4": lirl.t !t"r!. . ;.7ä : heifers.
.Vfip. TiO : fiiwn, 7a s.'.'Z : iub?. &' ')
f'l S -J.". ; erilves. ö 0K 1 1 H
SlIIXP AND LAMI-.S Ilecipts.
Market tea.lv. Priir.e l.eep. $v0);
( 1IICAÜO ritODI ( P.
cniCAc:. M.iv lie rn:n i:e-
ee.'pts. 12.0'd tuhs. t're.iniery extra,
; extra iirMV -(i'.r; nrt.
L'71 Jit ''s-; pa.-k:iig st' k. .
I'A riS Ile'-eipts. '."it ;io.s. "urrerit
receipts. Jfi2-: ordiiirv x. Vi fi
Jih-; hrM. 2i :-,T; 2P4e: 'extras. 2.".V
i;P . : '. k. 17i dirtie.. lz-.j i..,-."
r H PL'S P Twic. new. PJijc; d.-iiri.
17-; vo-jr.g Aneri'-a, p;e .-. zh: :VA,
lt'.i..-: I.ri- k. l4e.
I.IVK I' M I1'UV TiirlpTs, : eM-k-
eti. rootf.r.. 12-; g-ee, lo'l2-;
I' TAT KS Receipts, is irs. Mln-
-tas, u-ios and Wisconsin. Wa
MARKET QUOTATIONS J
Recessions Mark Trading
After First Transactions.
International Ncns Serrice :
NEW YORK. May 2 6. Alt hough
some gains were made at the open
ing, when the- market showed a flash
of strength, stocks were supplied at
concessions after the first transac
tions and during the rirst 15 minutes
a pacgintf tendency prevailed. Head
ing, which was regarded as the mar
ket leader, advanced a point to
10r.is. and then dropped to 102
Northern Pacific gained an eighth to
114. while Haltimore and Ohio.
Union Pacific, Erie and Chesapeake
and Ohio sustained fractional los.-
Similar recessions after initial up
turns were noted throughout the ac
tive list, hut a few stocks failed- to
show any improvement at the start.
Marine advanced H to 25 v. while
the preferred, after opening U high
er at dropped to 92
Studebaker was the weakest fea
ture, and after opening 2 higher at
141U. dropped to 139 4.
American Smelting receded a
point to 100. and fractional declines
were noted in many of the coppers.
Steel opened higher at S6 and
then declined to So.
As the first half hour ended a bet
ter tone developed and a good de
mand forced prices up substantially.
Heading rallied to lor., a net gain of
Trover yesterday's close.
WAV YORK STOCKS.
NEW YORK, May 26. Closing
prices on the stock exchange today
Allis-Chalmc rs pfd
American P-et Sugar
American Can Co 56 F
American Car and Foundry .. $0t
American Coal Products 159
American Cotton Oil 524
American Locomotive 73U
American Smelting ex div ... 99as
American Steel Foundries .... S21
American Sugrar Refinery ....112
American Tel. and Tel 129ss
American Woolen 45
Anaconda Copper 85
Baldwin Locomotive S8?b
Baltimore and Ohio 914
Bethlehem Steel 456
Brooklyn Rapid Transit S7
California Petroleum 22H
Canadian Pacific l'SVi
Chesapeake and Ohio 62 H
Chicago and Northwestern ...130
Colorado Fuel and Iron 43H
Chicago, Mil. and St. Paul ... 98
Colorado Southern 2912
Chino Copper 53s
Consolidated Gas 138
Corn Products 19 i
Crucible Steel 4
rdstilleries and Securities .... 51 U
Erie 1st pfd 527,
General Klectric lTOVfe
General Motor 4S0
Goodrich Co 76
Great Northern pfd. . 1204
Great Northern Ore 41
Illinois Central 103
Inspiration Copper 45Vs
Interboro pfd 775li
International Harvester lllhi
Kansas City Southern
Missouri. Kansas and Texas .
Kansas and Texas, Prfd
Lehigh Valley .
Maxwell Motor Co., 1st Prfd..
New York Central
New York, N. H. and H
. 5 44
i i .j 1,4
- - - a
Xorfolk and Western 12o2
Votlnnal l.arJ hi
.vonnern j aciiiu ...u
. - . i . 1 : 1
X. Y.t Ontario and Western... 2
Pennsylvania 57 1'2
Ieople's CI.is 102Vj
Pressed Steel Car 4C
Ray Consolidated 22
Marine. Prfd &2
Republic Iron and .teel 47s;
Republic Iron and .Steel, Trfd. 1 1 1
20 4 I
Southern Railway. Prfd. . .
U. P. Rubber
U. S. Steel . . 4
C S. Steel. Prfd
Virginia Carolina Chemical
WeFtinghouse Electric ...
. . -- 2
. . r.
.. 62 l2
, . . S
. . 41
. . 9!
MONEY AND F.XCIIANGF
NEW YORK, yiny J ll money
ni'iiicT rt ri
S'rt - k'Fi -
the fl.pir ef tlie New Yrk
rLiinjf today ruled t 2l4 per
v per eeut ; low. 2 Jer ent.
Time morjeT w; hteanr.
Kates rere : N days. -J;fi1 rr err.t;
'. d;iji. 23 per eent : 4 ui'onths. :'i
per eent : 5 m"nth. "'i per e.nt ; 0
Ujntrrs. 'M'li pr nt
The market for Prime Mercantile
Paf-er uas steady.
Cnll money in London txlij 4r3
Sterling Exf li.mrf jnn finll hut tealr
with t.ine,H in Bunkert Bills t $4 7.V4
f'r deiii and : 11.72 for üD-dar biila, acJ
Si.70' Ur day till.
N STOCK MART
F.AST III I I 1.4 I.IVK TIH K.
v.'.nr ppfpalm n . ur 2 -
e.W. I.P Itecript. . he:el Mrk't
active Prime st,.i.: pt r ; pi ;
butrhr cr!e. 1 '. : ; 7-,
AIA'I1S - Pe. etp?. ' j nki t . a l. Mir
krt -tive. uP. to -h.-.w ? 1 2-
SHPPP AND LAMPS - He. eipt. v.-
be.id. Murkst ulew. "r,r.i- himii.
$10 JoTilO 2. : 'i!i tr fair. r.v,: 1 rt; ;
renrllng. fs (;'4, ;..V : n'ie "... 7'
HrSr.orvipr. t'.Mi MirVef low.
Yorker. ! w.ü; 10 IT, ; p'.r. fi W;
mixed, fio 10 -JA; bavr. floO'i
101'.; roiich. i".'.ytU: st.ij. '-."
, CHICAGO lim: stock.
t'NION STX"K YARDS. PI . Vir t; --IP'WiS--Receipt.
20.1M. M..rk f P- '..-.n .
i er. Mixed and utchr. SM'"" i''"',;
1 good heavy. .;MVKt'..t.-: r.ufc-h 1..itt.
l.v't.V!.: licht. S .'d? s.,; p'r. s i
Uff.l.V: ulk. $JS5i9 7.V
t PATTLP Relpf. 1 .Th Mirkt
' te.idv. Reve. $ 2-'T 10.7ä; .-w n t
j h'Mfrn. 4.2.")''d5 st-'ker and f-Vr.
SHi:EP - Receipt. ir" M.irU
teftdv. Native und wpjterr. 2". ;
CHICAOO G K I N .
'Hie.r,i, Mav ".;.-mi:mn; :
1 WHFAT - Mit. Si f.)'i , ; .D:.
l 10T,ftr iU Sept. M.llTf?V
I CORN M..v. 70i, c: Jul?. 70it;7U ;
1 Sept . t'4r-f '..
OATS Mar. ; July. 4-.?tif.;
PORK Jul v. $22 W.
LAUD- Sept.. -512 70.
RIDS Jtilv. S12'Vf7T.7; Spt . ?12 ?o
WHK.VT Mav, July, $1 ll-4'
"COHN- May. 7ft;e; July. 7'n4, ;
Snt . rtO"e.
OATS yJ, 41Sc; Jtllv, 40H: Sept..
POHK May. S2.t 1: July. .22..V,;
LAUD May. 112 47: July. ?12 47: Sept .
RIRS May. 12 40: July. 512 4: Sept..
CHICAGO CASH GRAIN.
PHIOAdO. Mav 2d
WHPAT- No 2 red. 1 .12'j 1.12 : No.
3 red. $1 o.ii;rdi av, ; No 4 red. .1.-,:
No 2 hnrd winter. 1.11 1.1 2: Nv I
northern sprltijf. 120; No. .1 norther a
prindr. $lot); No. 4 northern sprint.
$l.or; No. r, spring, .lff; No. 4 -prinr.
CORN- No. 2 vellow. 7fi.vT71e: N. .-.
vellow. O0'(f71;-: No. .. ve!l.-w. z.t
71'4e: No 4 3 cllow . 70ii4c: No 2 n.iv-
d. 70711: No. :'. white. WtfTi--: .-.
2 white. 70ftf 7lie : No. i wliSte. To'..
2e; No. a mixed. 70Vvfi70c
OATS No. 2 mixed. 4ft.-: No. mive l.
Nr.. .n white. 40fT?41e; No. 4 ivhir-.
r,orr40itc; 'o. 4 mixe!. stand rd.
COTTON COODs PIHM.
NPAV YORK. May 2.'. - ( otPvi c ....H
and yarn were ftru-
STOT con KK qpii.t.
NPAV VOUK, Miy Sp..f f 1ffeo w 9
onlet; Itio No. 7, '.; Sautes N.,. 4.
South Bend Markets
rOULTHY AND MEATS.
(Corrected Dally by Jlmmlr'i Market,
I2S IV. Jrfffrtoo 3U!.)
rOULTItYPajlnsr. 10-;: üelilnf. S.V.
Vr.iT Parlntr 11- elllnc M.ffr
BEEF hoapt. 2bc : t.oilinar. litfiCV?;
porterhou?. zrjiOc; iirloin, 30c.
HAM Paylnjr, S-Or.
LAUD ,Sellinff, 15c.
(CerrM-t! Dallr hy Wwaer Brot.
Store, 114 K. Wayne ft.)
TIMOTHY $.1.701 lr hn.
TIED CLOVLU 112 W per bu.
WHITH CLuVKH-).lKiS.i') pert)U.
A L IKK $11.004 IT. (K) per
ALKALKA-fffj ti:; (to v r bu.
SWEET rlAvi-:i: -ll (Ö13W rr b.
COW PEAS Ina;oo perru.
SOV BKANS-iLSo:. per hu.
BLUP (JKASS 12 Wkl 2 I'er bu.
FIELD PPAS-$2'j:.2 7o per bu.
MIKMTT $1 lf.Vfill.ro per ou.
YLTCU $7.oui("u w i-er tu.
TALLOW AND IllnEH.
(Crrrtra laJlr Yr . XV. Llppmto, 21
N. Main M.)
TALLOW Itougrh. 2 to 3: rendrtd.
No. 1. 4f to 5o; No. 2. 2c tu e.
WO0L-20C to 25c per lb.
IIIDES--Jreen. No. 1. lf: to lt?; calf
kin, l'K: to 16c.
I" I sil.
Corrrtel daily Ty the i:atwo-l I lt.
I'oultrj- and sea food inarKrt,
Ftrirtly frenli aulit 1 r 1 . wkit
fih. l'V: a j''ind; I r " u f . I'm- ;i joun-i;
rereh. 12'..e :i pound; hl;lut nt ikf!. 1":
pound; -tra uts.. 17- u p.unJ.
I"rnli-liulin-nt. I'." .i j'"un l; til-flj .
11 a pound; re-i Miipfer". l'l-- :i puii-l.
nirKfT". I'.- n potjml; jhoiiHrr. a
peuud; "Ifiab, 14-: a pound; hiuoo.
!! a pound.
Krerth wlntpr f. -nicht. dr-$eI.
fih. .- pound; pi' kerel. I'"- a poun i;
round veiiiiw. lr a n'uiol
New fresh .In mho LiW
fish, .'yv- n pound
up'-ri T vvi lrs
Snjokel f i it ii I u hioldi", 1 .i p'-und;
? .lark diamoud brand hnii.'.sü .Ifi-.t.
L'2e p.unl : tniok-d eliiuook haltnon.
a pound; m.oked i.;dihut. a p.j'jud
I HAY. STRAW
I (Corrected Dally by in XVeley
HAY-I'aylDK J12.W to 1IW; tlllüg
I'll vine ST f0 : relllnip
U'cr tf.a or per baif.
oaTS --l'ayins 4i: ;-r l.u;
j - . r... V.l.
0KN 1' In,; 7f per In ; .-JIm,,; )
CLOVE K SL-:r--Payinff J'. 0 to 511 ';
elMtijr 110 to $13.W per bu.
Iti $4.0( per tu.
ALFALFA SUED (Moutana gronj
tJe!!iiir 14 U0 Ier bu.
SEED roUN failing f2S0 nbelied;
f 3 00 m tbe ear.
COWPKAS-eliinjr J2 00 j,er l.u
SoY BEANS Sellin 00 i-er l.u.
SCRATCH FEED -elllnj II ) per et.
CHICK FEED Stin.j t2.) per ct-
G RA FN AND FEED.
(Cvrrettrd Ill T V . D. Marr, Ifttfi
Ulli. Hydraulic A.)
WHEAT Payliij: 1 o j er 1 1.
DATS l'a lt i aiiiL,; JV pr bn.
COUN l'ayiiiif Ov.-; belli u& 704i-. i er
RYE- Faji.-itf 8- per hi.
13 KAN Selling". 1..'J0 f-er rwt.
MIDDLINCiS-SelllLg, f 1.40 pr rwt
CHOPPED FEED-t.ilniT J1j.j f.r
GLUTEN Selling, Jl.Oo pr rt.
bCUATLH PELD Sell.n; 2 0 pe
CHICK FEED StlUit, $2.2i cwt.
(Correttrd Dally by I. U. Muller, 2i
E. JfffrrioD BIJ.j
FRUIT oranppB. r"r 12.": 11
lug t 'StiK rr uoz ; Iuoqi,
tüe. i.T7o; sel'.ir.ji at pr 1 .. hi.
u&l9, :'c per Ib.: krtl'.ng at 1'- to 2.',:
per tioz.; AilU. lJis Tx üll.OU pr
du.; ei;iD l!2io- lk.
VEGETABLES -O.d H'jIiüj. jarlrg
lir; tig Zc It.; Petatofi, nayitf
1 tAr . .......
i BUTT EU AND Country Butt.r.
IpiJlfi? to Stc; elilaf at r..
1 Creamery Butter. pajir.r d7r ; BLiag 4 ;
r m w4 w r a id, km tt V i . . ' ' i
(Crre-trtl Daily by 3IJr nr,
S. LofUi U Mlahawala.)
HEAVY FAT ST EE f US Fair tf o4.
7c to JSc; prim. 7c to 8.
IlO'rS - llO'W lht.. i5: 121-1
IN.. J.0; in05jlJ Iba. Df; lfiflW
LHe, be to J4c: dreiiel. lis