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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
(happenings in and about town CHARGE IS DISMISSED MARKET QUOTATIONS Policeman Not fiiMlCy f Sleeping While oiv Dntj. i ii,Mi.M rut, .wvi'.MrtKU mm. I RIVER PARK I I DD FESSIOW Thieves Enter Three Places of Business and L(5ot To tals Only S1.90. Petty tbie entered three places Ct Lu.-dnev in the 2-!i bbu k of VI. Tutt t., and eourd as a r A.ird for their labors a total of a!-out $ 1 .'J ! citv, DEATHS nnnmicK r. cauitmax. Fredrick F. Cauffman, Uiver s'de dr., died Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock of complications following 5 months' Ulne.Kx. He is .survived by his wife. Carrie, his father. James Cauffm.in. of Por t age Prairie, and a daughter, Eliz abeth. A brother, Elmer, of Lydick. and two sifters. Mrs. Frand Ilhoades. of Portage Prairie, and Mrs. Ildward J Ilhoades. of Kalamazoo, also survive ; Prniri Dec. f, UCS, and had lived here for the past 1 ear. Mr. 'itwffnir.n was the rnanaT of the Hankow Tea and CifiV' Co UN E R CELEBRATION RESIDENTS ON DUBAIL AV. ASK IMPROVEMENTS Petition For Putin? Kcftrrt'l Kngincor Ash'smiioiu lloIU Are I 'lied. tu . A petition was tiled at the meet Ceremonies to be Held Christ- ns i tht , oard of publiL works mas Night May Present Famous Paintings. Sub-conmittees for the municipal Christmas tree committee were ap- of thi I pointed Tuesday noon at the meet- II e was married to Miss Car- in money and 22 nts in i-tainp.s. A jimmy een'i.s to have been the enly tool employed and no dair.igej was Jone to other property. lOvery- j thin-: points to th- mrx I'l-mn that ail of the jobs wert- t i i vork of a. ..ru-le man. A window ".;is pri ,1 open and the oe-k and saff of the Xw 1'ioeess L.undry wr- ritb d. I"p.;i investi gation it wa. foui-d that cents in ii'oncy had la n t il- n l.nt th.it the thief ( t -riooked a rz: number of sta ni ps. The Mdo window of 2.1 1-2 i:. Tutt st. was pried np-n and the desk ri!l 'I. No mon-y h id !- b ft t!u rt: over nU:ht, hut -.Z -nts in stamps v ere taken. The sid- window of the Puilders'J Supply and Specially ' "o. at 2 i ' I.. Tutt Ft., was opened and the whole otf; e ransacked. Ahoiit $1 was taken 1 .-sides . lad's sweater coat and a plaid inackinaw. j rie Walters, of Three Kivers. Mich., on March 2. p'.iv The body may he viewed Wed nesday from 1 ( o'clock in th nu-rn-hit; until - o'clock in the afternoon. The funeral will he held Wednes day afternoon at 2:"o o'clock from the Mizpih Kvanelical church, Rev. Mos-her a-id Itev. ICaley oflici.iting-. P.urial will take piace in Highland cemeterv. w VARIATION SHOWN IN TESTS intr of the general committee, held in the domestic science department Rt the hit-'h school. The committee held luesday morning for the pav ing of lubail av. from Michian st. to Miami st. It was referred to the city engineer, who will prepare a report to he submitted in the near future. Assessment rolls for damages and benehLs were filed for the opening of Pokagon st. across the Michigan Central and South Michigan railway tracks and for the vacation of the south side of Madison st. just east of the east race for the use of the IaSalie Paper Co. Hearings on the-e matters will he set for some time in December. Petition1 were tiled for the plac ing of street lights at the corner of Chapin and Thomas sts., and on Clrace st., between Walnut and Arn old St.. At the meeting which will be held tonight, hearings will he held on the impro ements to Kuclid av. and Iiporte av. by the installation of water connections. SMALL SUM SPENT BY SOCIALIST PARTY Account 1 ihl .shown Only SIS.1H Will Pa lil Out in M. .lo m lih County. City Health Department Re ports on Analysis One Well is Condemned. money was - taken at a for (leorge The social: campiigu in St. Jc m ph county cost that party J4S..b, .u cord; it.,' to the report i f the coun ty treasurer of tin organization, Janu;. C. MClave. which was tiled with County Clerk George M. Itaab i 'luesday morning. To i-run-i! front collet ti- i i ii ni." n m ef-t i ! i - ' 1 Kirkpatrick. itv; presidential can- j didate. Mr. McClae. who was the j socialist ( iridPiate ht state rcprc--eniati.e. did not speii. I anything on i i ca nvai-n. C.eor. V . .Moo : i !.t : t for mi.; republican ran- oiu missioner. f . 1 j . 1 on ; s c.' 'nraign. He t f. - i - i ! . i 1 1 a n county ,t - ;f .d i:.- iv in. under was for .oh. ert.. : . . Marion S. o-ratic .-ra't' represonta- .t $ i . lie made a do- . t'H .1 l i , S , :on of $ 1 : to the democratic coin- Tests made by the city health de partment of the milk that is being distributed in the city showed a va riation all the way from 1.,000 to I'UO.ooo bacteria per cubic centi meter. Milk supplied by the Green Moun tain farm that is unpasteurized h -ld enly 13.0 00 bacteria, while that sup plied b the Horv ath-Podor com pany held 100,000 per cubic centi meter. Variations in the percentage of butter fat is noted from 4.0 per cent in the samples of 1 G. Hinz to three per cent in the pasteurized milk furnished by Roy H. Troupe. Fi'e samples of water were also tested and one, that taken from the well at IOIjs 1-2 Main st., was condemned as unsafe, since it was found to contain gas and acid bac teria. Approximately -T0 bacteria was found to the cubic centimeter. Another sample from 1116 S. Ca talpa st.. held 213 bacteria and it was recommended that this well should be cleaned. The city water on dramatics submitted several sug gestions for the staging of the en tertainment, among them the tdea that in place of a playlet a series of life reproductions of famous paint ings having to do with ine'dents in Christ's life p given. This idea met with the approval of th gen eral committee and if mechanical difficulties in the staging and setting of the pictures can be overcome, i they will fjrm the central feature! of the Christmas tree celebration. Owing to the fact that Christmas j eve falls on Sunday this year and j most of the ehurche in the city will . have programs on that eening. the j municipal celebration will he held 'Thirty Days Tor Man Who Tailed to ' church GUILTY OF CONTEMPT Krnest Nelund. son of Mrs. M. Nelund, S. Eighteenth st., and Miss Kuth Myers, daughter of Mrs. Samuel Myers of Mishaaka, were narried Saturday afternoon at Ber rien springs, .Mien. .Mr. ana Mrs. Nelund have returned and will j make their home with the bride's mother. Mrs. Myers, in Mishawaka. 1 Mrs. Wesley Copenhaver enter tained with a dinner of 14 covers at her home, S. Seventeenth st. The out-of-Uwn guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Copenhaver and son. Norman, of New Castle, and Mrs. Fred Cline and daughters. Misses Marion and Cora Cline, of Kdwards burg. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gross, S. Twelfth st.. will leave Wednesday morning for Marseilles, 111., to spend Thanksgiving with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Naftzger, N. Eighth st., entertained at dinner Monday, honoring Mr. and Mrs. W. Fred Miller. Covers were laid for nine. The Willing Workers of the M. E. church met Monday evening with Robert Fisher. N. Eighth st. After the business session the time was spent socially and refreshments were served. The class will be en tertained in two "weeks by Kussel Fuller. X. Tenth st. Owing to the union Thanksgiving service there will be r,o prayer meeting at the River Park Meth odist Episcopal church Wednesday evening. The Itiver Park church will meet with the Lowell Heights notice. SENT TO PENAL FARM rianiMO Whistler Drawn ISO Da)s' l'or Intoxication. Clarence Whistb'r. who had been ! held without hail for intoxication; barge?, was sent to the Indiana ' state penal farm for 1 M.' days by; .TuJgo I lainmerschmitlt in the city; conn Tuesday morning. Whistler; has been found guilty of intoxication three times previous and came under j the statute giving the court author-j ity to send him to the institution for; i orrectlon. Next Saturday the trial of Malas Cicmba an. I Ar.toni Grocki, charged by Nick Garhacz with assault and lattery with intent to kill, will be held. Foth men l.a been released on honds of each. I taken at the Epuorth hospital con j tained 16 bacteria per cubic centi : meter, which was the lowest of all the tests. Other wells tested and declared safe were at 1214 Four teenth st. and at 704 H. Kendall st. I Following is .a tabulated report of ! the tests made of milk: ' Per cent No. of ! Dutterfat P.acteria F. G. Hinz 4.6 D. It. Troupe H. Peter Nelson 3.3 Farmers' Dairy Co.. 3.4 C. E. Fuabedissen. . . T..3 Green Mount'n Farm 4. H. W. Hinzelman. . . C.S Hogers Dairy Co... 3.3 H. W. Nelson 4.0 Ed Scherperll 5. L. P. Smith 4. Roy B. Troupe 3. Horvath Podor 3.5 West fide Milk Co.. 4. Pasteurized. on Christmas night. Mrs. C. E j P.anta, who has charge of the light- j ing of the court house windows with ; candles, reports that the Standard ! Oil Co. ha.T again contributed the candles for this purpose. The com mittee urges, also that candles be lighted in the windows of every home on Christmas night as is cus tomary in the old country. The sub-committees in charge the various phases of the Christmas tree celebration are as follows: The Tree Irving Jackson, chair man. T G. Manning, F. Ti. Harne?. The Place Judge L. M. Hammer schmidt. Dramaihs Mr?s Gena Thompson, chairman, Ernest Young. Miss Ethel Montgomery. Miss Edith Phelps, Miss Virginia Tutt. Music Miss E. E. Harmon, chair man. Max Miranda, F. K. Ingersoll, K. E. Lloyd. Miss Caroline Wal bridf?e. Mrs. Clem Smogor, Casimir T'uzny. Decorating the Tree Mrs. J. F. Nuner. chairman. Mrs. Homer J. Mllkr. Mrs. C. If. Warren. Mr?. W. Warner, Edgar Honds. Mrs. Edward Morse, Mr. and Mrs. George Reitner, Henry M. Harper. George Stephen son. John Reynolds. Lighting Court House and Decor ating City Mrs. C. K. Ranta, chair man. Miss Helen Haughton. Publicity Miss Helen Herr and Miss Elinor Wolf. Pay Wife's Alimony. Decause he had failed to pay an allowance granted by the court to his wife when they were divorced, Robert Kominski was found guilty of contempt of court by Judge Wal ter A. Funk in circuit court Tuesday morning and sentenced to .U days in the county jail. Kominski owes a total of $126 to his wife. Lillian M. Kominski. The woman was granted a divorce last spring on the grounds of cruel treatment. ! REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Pro rn Records of Indiana Tltlf and Loan Co. TWO MEN GET TERMS IN INDIANA PRISON F.Ik hart Court Passes SonUncc James Walsh Took Grips and Clothing. Nevn-Tiiues Speci.il Service: BLKILVET. Ind., Nov. Walsh, who was arrested James Ieachman on a having stolen two grips 2 8. James by officer charge of and some 730,000 C00, 000 730.000 100,000 150,000 ! 13,000 180,000 60,000 50,000 90,000 90,000 .30.000 900,000 200,000 to Cyrus E. Arnold's first M. Miller in German DAIRY MEN TO MEET T. TihbaN of Wiiuktrpm, 111., Sik 1 1 ore Saturday. to T!irm-:h the work p.ordncr. County aj iL,-Mit. monthly meeting iiran-'ed fcr the dairy : o mt v to l- held at th- The hrst of the mertir. i 1 of John S. rr.culturtural :s have been men . of the ourt house. us will be on s.iMr. .t at i:.u o ciocn. j. a. I i!.! als r.f W.iukeegan. 111., a pro f'sioi:al dairy man. will be present to speak on the subject. "Putting the Dairy on a Paying F.asis." In the meetings to follow, the arious phases of the dairy bus ncs will be discued and Mr. I'.rdner will try to secure an cut-,'f-ton speaker for each occasion. FOUR ARE ADMITTED Othcrr-i Art Fleicil at M'tinjr of I. (). O. I1. Lodge. WILL REHEARSE TONIGHT I-mrtd Drama Club to Present Play Ihr. The rehearsal of the three-act comedy, "Miss Fearless and Com pany," which is to be presented by members of the Iaurel Drama club on Friday evening, Dec. 13, in the Laurel school auditorium, will be held this evening. The play is under the direction of Miss Victoria Strauss. A slight admission will be charged to pay for the cost of new scenery, which is being constructed by the young men in the community under the supervision of Mr. Wilcox. Eessie Hefner, ex Pattee, aJmr., lot 27 addition, $2. Jacob Miller to Ora and wife, a tract of land township, $1. Catherine E. Roth to John Roth, a tract of land in Clay township, Jl. loan liuinenari ccneuier ana husband to Fred Beron, a tract of land in Madison township, $1. Elizabeth Kronewitter to John Kronewitter, a part of lot 8, Mil burn's addition to Mishawaka, $1. Lucinda Kring to Emma Tyce, a tract of land in Portage township, JL William M. I lass and wif to Al bert L. Adams, lot 53, O. P. North Liberty. $400. Samuel M. liobinson, et al. to Harry Urazy, part of lot 1,014, La-s-alle park, $4 50. George H. Hastings to Charles It. Huff, lots 6, 8. 9, 10. ii, 15 and IS, in Hastings first addition to Walker ten. $1. Daniel is. Marsh to Ellen C. Sharpe. part of lots 393 and ".96, O. P. South Hend. $1. clothing from a traveling .salesman, was sentenced in the superior court Tuesday morning to a term of from one to eiht years in prison. Walsh admitted that he knew Gregory, who was taken hack to Ohio several days ago to answer a charge of arson and horse stealing, and Sheriff Eeader recognized Walsh as a notorious "dip," who had served a term in the Ohio prison. S. W. Stenger was sentenced Tues day to a term of one to eight years in prison on a charge of larceny. He is alleged to have stolen some cloth ing and cash from the "Curley" Wise lunch room on Tyler avenue. Stenger was apprehended in Cleve land, O., and was brought back here by Sheriff leader. Miss Jessie Long has gone to .Marion for. a few days' visit with relatives. Clarence Long of Flint, Mich., who is visiting his sister, Miss Helen Long of South Eend, was guest at a six o'clock dinner at the home of Mrs. C. L. Clark, S. Sixth st. Miss Grace Wolfe will spend Thanksgiving at her home in Plym outh. H. F. Gavy, S. Eighth st.. who suffered a stroke of paralysis last Thursday, remains in an unchanged condition. Harry, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Cliften Price, S. Seventeenth St., Is ill with pneumonia. K. E. Wegner of Chicago arrived here Tuesday to spend a week with Itiver Park friends and relatives. C. H. Feyers is spending a few days with friends in Indianapolis. The seven-year-old son of M. J. Honk. SOfJ N. Tenth st., 13 seriously ill of pneumonia. Mrs. William Rinard has return ed from Plymouth where she was called by the serious illness of her father. Daniel Miles. His condition is improved. Miss Grace Hunshurger, who is attending school at Bloomington will arrive here Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Hunsburper, S. Tenth st. M.r. and Mrs. Frank E. Wolfe and family will spend Thanksgiving at Macey. Ind., guests of Mrs. Wolfe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Hookwalter. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Zerhe. S. Tenth st.. have returned from Elk hart where they visited relatives. EXHIBIT IS PROPOSED I Retailors Discuss Iroiositlon Meeting Tuesday Noon. at BODY OF EMPEROR VIEWED BY PUBLIC Cortege1 is Met at Entrance of Chain-! by Emperor and Empress. OLIVERS RAISE WAGES (Ten Percent Inereao Will le Effec tive In DocemlHT. International New-s Service: j VIENNA, Nov. 2 8. With solemn The possibility of a merchants' , i.nd impressive ceremony the mortal and manufacturers' exhibit to be remains of the late Emperor Fran held in South Bend In the sprinp is eis Joseph have been removed from being considered by the members of Schoenbrunn palace to Hofburg the Retailers' bureau of the Cham- chapel. They were placed on public her of Commerce, following a talk view today. on the proposition by C. G. Cowdrey ; The transfer of the body was made of Chicago, at a meeting and lunch- ! last night. The streets were lined eon of the bureau at the Oliver ho-; with persons who stood with uncov tel Tuesday noon. Mr. Cowdrey ( ered heads while the cortege passed, put on the electrical exhibit held in ; l"rst came the torch bearers, then this city last year. Talks on adver- ! delegates representing all the Aus tising were given by H. J. Kenner of tro-Hungarian and Czech regiments Chicago, of the Associated Advertis- ; ' "d a squadron of Austrian cavalry ing Clubs of the World, and W. K. ar equipment. The hearse was Lamport, president of the Ad-Sell j draw n by eight magnificent coal I niacK norses witn gold and silver I trappings. I The cortege was net at the en j trance to the chapel by the new j emperor, Charles Francis Joseph, I and the empress. league. SEEKS $2,000 DAMAGES SENTENCE IS SUSPENDED Suit Filed in Siiorior Court as Re sult of Accident. FIX LOAN DISTRICTS Youth Pleads Guilty to Theft of Pcpiermlnt Oil. Announcement of a 10 per cent in crease in the wages of the employe of the Oliver Chilled Plow works was maue luesuay morning. i ne i : .w.-. . ...tu l - t i i in miicu-e vurii iec. l. ac cording to a notice sent out by the At the Abraham O. O. F.. "id.tt.-s rciiiil.i r Lincoln Momlay evening. od ire No. .if th S90, I. pr.etly order four can- r'i -ised the ih frei1 of the ,'r r -i r a Ii- .. i-(u- member v. as .,!.!.. I !- att'.'.i iti.n. Klt-. iion of (:';vii t""k plate with results as t. l!.s: .W.hle irnml. S 1. Tomber: ;ce raii'I. r . vs. m't. rccurtii: rnvMry. W. C. 1 t.iwMitze'; ycere- I tnry .f rinanee. l Winenuer : ; tt ;i- ;r. r, J. c. DibU-r: trustees. A. j W. I r-w for thr ris. two e.irs. : r.d f or or.e e l r. The : will l.e conferred on Michael Paturalski. IS years old, pleaded guilty to stealing a quantity of peppermint oil from Octave De Meyer in circuit court Tuesday morning and was given a suspended sentence f from me to 14 years at the Jeffersonville reformatory by Judge Walter A. Funk. The theft was committed in September, but i cwing to the hoy's youth and a good I record, the sentence was suspended heads of the plant, the increase will j Suit for $2.000 damages as the re- ; suit of an automobile accident on S. Chapin sL in July w;; filed by Paul Itzeszesski against Samuel J. Cnger , superior court Tuesday. The plaintiff charges that Unger drove his automobile on the wron& side of i Danks Arc to Ik Located in South ami .Middle West. be given in the form of a bonus to those who work full time, and will not apply to employes .o absent themselves or leave before the proper tuitting time. The announce ment states that the plan is being tried as r.n experiment until June 1, 1917. International News Service: WASHINGTON, Nov. 28. The resources of the federal farm loan ho.'ird will he nrnrHenllv innnnnn. torcycle on which he was riding. He Hze, ly the gouth and middje weat it was learned today. The board ! the street and crashed into the mo- TO DEDICATE BUILDING claims that he suffered a. broken leg as a result of the accident. PAINTING ON DISPLAY ar. W. IT. Mor- j I 1. Sa.'bedicn i :-.;tait.rv di gree The Itetlcenier" Can le Seen at Hobertxm HrotherV Store. t w o -an!itl.ites Mond. in nicht. I c SHOP AT I Ll.I.OS K l !'" M1V Ct.C:i .L i !H'i:-n.v. T !. la'.-w .rth St.-re will v. i:i. I.Y ine i;et:eemer. a iamou paint- j Vr.'Z by the French artist. Herbert De j Mare au. i on exhibition at the J Kol ertson Kp'thers" store "n a spe I ciall constrtit ttal gallery on th .1 I third tb'or. , l a.i i.t 1 My. 1 Th Xr l jour a !. ia. To.in'-.i i'U ,u: ,i. at liNrth's 'rks T1IL Ül.I.SVo'llTil i -A I I V morrow I U! stoim: Adt. lphia to-Ad.t. ilt-pictmg !a:th rieh! 1: is u uin;ii yxl'" feet a scene on a KeUian at the setting "f the jun. It is ;i! .icd at $4 7, ). The artist who painted it was born in Lyons. 1'r.iiK f. in 1 and i" a Crand Salon medalist ami maintains a studio In P..ri. The pit turo will on exhi bition at the Kobertson store until iTexidcnt of Katies Will Talie Part In Ceremony. Dedication services for the new home of South Itend aerie No. 4 35. Fraternal Order of F.agles. will b, held at the building at S o'clock this evening. Hex. H. Goodcell of San "Bernardino, Calif., grand worthy president of the order, will give the principal Address of the evening1. Other speakers will be W? L. Gray ton of Savannah, (.la.. W. J. Oilling- MAiuiiAci: lici:nsi. Charles Ferry, farmer. Kristol, Mich.: Zellah S"tark, KdwarJshurc. Harrx- I. Fries, salesm'n: Ger trude Truedelle. bookkeeper. Claud 1. Brooks, teamster; Gladys O'Connor. bookkeepr. Istram Sera, blacksmith, Chicago; Iloriska Kocsis. shirt worker. South Hend. sr:i:ivs nivoitci. Loretta Jane Williams tiled a suit for divorce against Sidney J. Wil liams in superior court Tuesday, charging that he failed to support her. They were married in Goshen Nov. 19, 1910. and separated about plans to locate more than half the 12 farm loan banks in that Kection because of the extensive farming in those sections. The board today began laying out the farm loan districts the country is to be divided into an will an nounce the location of the 12 dis trict centers by Dec. IS. o; Warsaw . Frank II. Hering of ' rec. 25. plaint. ham 4 this city, all past grand worthy DLITTILS Mrin presidents, nnd Carl T. Winte -s of iDtri.nri'-u.i ! ..-w .-.: Indianapolis, täte secretary. ' PAULS. Nov. 2S. The chamber of I deputies met in secret session today Fine chrysanthemums. rovs and iolets for Thanksgiving. F. P.eyer's, 1 C 1 day ti m i:x-siiAToit Dins. International News servier : HAMMOND, Ind.. Nov. W. H. Gostlin. a former state senator and pioneer real estate dealer, died here today. He was 63 years old. He served in the senate from 1S92 to 1&'.'7 and was postmaster here for ei::ht years. A widow and one son survive him. '1, according to the com Titn to i:xi Lii ii lLtrriM t i m ' New S-rvJc: MLMPHIS.. Tenn., Nov. 28. Po- ! Vce are attempting to unravel a mys tery in connection with the attempt ed suic.de of Marie Graham, IS for the second time .-ince the war ar.s old, of Hornbeak. Tenn.. who began. Anion? the interpellations to v as found in a fashionable hotel to- N. Michigan st. Open Wt-dnes- be put to the government is one de- iny unconscious from a dose of bi ever.in" and Thür 1 v until 2 mantling to know why the allies had ihloride of mercury. S'he rused to Pleading not guilty to the charges brought aga inst . him . .by Detectiv e Pallo of failure to 1 lischarpe his duty. Fred DeLee was fond not puilty an4 the charge . dismissed by the board of safety at a special meet ing held Tuesday morning. Nov. 17 E"eLee was found in a sa loon at 123 X. Birdsell st., and it was the contention of the arresting offi- cers that hv was asleep He main- Reserve Board' Attitude Lrtijieu mai ne was vtiitin aiiu nau his head down close to the table. CLINES MARK OPENING TRADES on TEUTONS ONLY 35 MILES FROM CAPITAL (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) large quantities of grain and oils fell into the hands "of -the invading forces. The peril of Bucharest is now greater than at any other time since the Teutonic troops invaded the country- The preat encircling movement being carried out on three sides of Itoumania is not only eating up the country mile by mile, but is also imperiling the Iiouman ian and Russian armies. With Alexandria In the hands of the German allies the important railroad town of Roshlori de Vede, in southern Roumania, is now threatened with capture. The fall of Piatri... Slatina and Karakalu in also expected hourly. All of these towns were causht by the encircling movement of the German allies under von Falken hayn ond von Mackensen. Piatra is 0 miles west of . Bucharest. Slatina is six miles northeast of Piatra. Karakalu is 80, mileK southwest of the Roumanian -capital. m:iFLsii ATTACKS. International News Service: PAUL?, Nov. 2 S. Four violent attacks launched by German and Bulgarian troops against Hill No. 1,050 in the Cerna yver region w-hich was captured yesterday by Serbian and French troops, were re ported by the French war office to day in a statement on operations in Macedonia. All the attacks, it was stated, broke down with sanguinary losses for the attackers. Unsecured Loans Has De pressing Effect. 'International News Srvi; NEW YORK. Nov. 2. Nearly all the important issues opened with moderate declines on the stock ex change today, due to the influence of the public statements concerning the attitude of the federal reserve board in regard to foreign short term unsecured loans. Cnited States Steel declined a point to l:rTs fol lowed by a rally to 126. The steel industrials and war order stocks generally showd initial loco es ranging from fractions to around a point, but niot of these cains were recovered before the end of the first 15 minutes' trading. Reading was exceptionally strong, advancing to lOO1' and Interna tional Nickel rose a point to 4 7 There was continued accumulation of Ohio City ("las. which rose S points to a new hich record of Ki7. Ctah ("opr. er rose 4 to l:2H4. fol lowed bv a reaction to lJ..1. III .( I I K .T(( K. IM ST'x'K AIM is II!. N -v II ;' - ;,-, . jjir. .".'; t.iriot V l.'r: it.'! !:? I t-r. S 1 1 ." : t .i j 1 1 " ; r;. 1:-.IVJ. S'.' 4..'. I .'t ; l.'l.t. ;.'. ? '-"'; s "i-'i : i-i: 11. . . pM" '. I fid: l: ;-. '.i "; I,; irk' t . f ; ..', . N.V. ; l" ; i,.v i:.' !,.-i'.-r. s I '.' ; -t". . , r j i f . t r ) 7-V, ; 7 '" : l:.:.s. U"--? P1 i . .iv pi ne, i ;r. sHl.i;i lö-.:t. 17.o: : irk.t T r r ir ; niti- .ml wtr. si 1 'j P I . i il.s :." j 1.' :J. IMII NAP(I.n MMK. I M 'I ANAIN ii. is. In. J.. N..v. -'i;t. '; i;:.irto t 1- .-'W.-r, -t !.?. Jb't; !..-.iv!-. . i-" ti ".'" ; ; CA i 1 "hi: lb- ij t. l.-ot; ; .irk. -f-trn; hi o ;-.i y vt. r. 11 o lirtit t'vr, 5'1 'S'f'i 'S : h if r. si i . : CLAIMED SIX VICTIMS - i No Large Colleges Ileprc-sonteil In Footta!I Casualty List. International News Serrlce: CHICAGO, Nov. 2 8. Football claimed only si.xi lives in 1916, ac cording to finnreV published here today. The list" follows: Fred Wilson,. 22. kicked in head at Minneapolis, Oct. ,16. Wallace Rowland, 15, iniured in game at Weirton, W. Va., Nov. 9. Hiram Cole, 19, student of Cen tral college, Fayette. Mo., concussion of the brain received in game against Missouri Military academy at Mexico, Mo., Nov. 15. Ephraim Angell, 20, broken neck in practice at El Contro, Calif., Nov. 21. ' Cyril Priichard. Elgin. 111., high school student,' concussion of the brain. Nov. 23. ' Elmer CarlquistJ f", Chicago ama teur, tetanus from cut by glass on football field, Nov. 2 3. WHEAT PRICE DOWN ait i. $ 4 1'.U"' sin.i:r am la.mks h.- n i.i rk rt 'S I 't; la .7 "11. priti. Sl.n anii . i: in ( iii( .r.o (TlI'A;i. Nov s WIIHAT i ! r. .!. M.7' 7.1 ' : No 4 r.::I d u im I I ; i r . i w int. r. si 7s' ; .Nu serine. SI (U.N N ;;.ixc.l. '.'C j ' No .1 r. -I fl 'rj; N. I .". iirt! ert l ' ! . , '.d1 : N 'i;... N. 4 w lati- i' i S - N wi:it'. .".4( ;;axcl. .: N.. wl.it.'. N N" .r.r..- r.'-J'-.-: N-. . :i i . .1. :i . : '.r.--'-ti-: N... ir.iv.l. SV'.j'ip -N". 4 via' w Sin 4 w tr t.iii'S.ir! ia i r! ; tuo . "4 . 9 4 . 72 r,2 . 1 1 n i . 6 5 .llT'i .12 . 9S .ior, . sr. .600 . S4 . 2 6 1 .16S . 67 .124 9 2 i; . 67 U j is:.'; j 42";: . .,6 4 ; . 512 Crain Takcs Six Cent Drop Just lie foro Close. International News Service: CHICAGO, Nov. 2 8. Wheat broke badly just before' the market closed this afternoon,- dropping from live! to six cents und:r the day's opening price. In cne wird" flurry July lost 10 cents, but made a partial recov- i ery at the close. ' Today's tlecline i followed an eVjtiaUy sharp lo?s yes- j terday when peace rumors sent the market down. v"end your Candy by the parcel post. Go at Philadelphia. Advt. NFAV YOKK STtX'KS. NEW YOKK. Nov. 2S. Closing prices on the stock exchange today were: Allis-Chalmers Allls-Chalmers pfd American AzricvUural . . . American Beet jugar American Can Co American Car and Foundry American Cotton Oil American Locomotive American Smelting American Steel Foundries American Sugar Kellnery American Tel. and Tel. .. American Woolen Anaconda Copper Atchison Baldwin Locomotive Baltimore and Ohio Bethlehem Fteel Brooklyn Rapid Transit . . California Petroleum Canadian Pacific Chesapeake and Ohio Chicago and Northwestern 'Colorado Fuel and Tron . . ('Chicago. Mil. and St. Paul Chino Copper Consolidated C.as Porn Products Crucible Steel Distilleries and Securities . F.rie Frie 1st pfd General Electric General Motor Goodrich Go.' Great Northern pfd Great Northern Ore 4 4U I Illinois Central 1"4 Inspiration Copper Interboro Tnterboro, pfd International Harvester Central leather Kansas City Southern Missouri, Kansas: and Texas. Kansas and Texas, pfd Lackawanna Steel Lehigh Valley Miami Copper Louisville, Na-hville Maxwell Motor Co., 1st pfd... Missouri Pacific 1 1 Vi Mexican Petroleum 10S New York Central 106 U New York. N. II. and II.... National Lead Norfolk and Western Northern Pacific N. Y., Ontaria and Western Pennsylvania People's Gas Pressed Steel Car Kay Consolidated Beading Kepublic Iron and Su-.d . . Kock Island i-ioss Sheffield Southern Pacific Southern Kailway i:.-r iti i i i. i.ivi; to k. FAST I'd 1TAI.M. N. ... .Va. ( All Id: hi . i--i ;,.! :i' tue; irirni- n!v .yt.T.V. M' c gr.i 'li Z "! s 7" CAIA IIS- Ki- ;:. ts. -J-"h l:.-;l.l ;i tiv.- and MimiIv; 'iill t n .! (t. on SMI.hP AM LAMP.S-Ke.t i;,t 1 ii -;ld : lUil ki t atir. ."o-- l.ilur; SlJ H',; 1 :,0 ; ., r.iir. II. 7-: i-;i r 1 i : ; -. S-.iIim; S,"i tut', i v.,o. Il k;s Kis ij t'.. t.M; nvirk-t - IiISjit; Ikr. ..' p .mi ; ..T.V''.'iKh iui.-,I. ! 1.",' ; l i in. it ki t . st . 2.l !;..;. i s . i i , Mn..-.', pi; S.'.lMI', S (I -(: I'M; in , :i a- tlv. : i y. st.iirV COTTON . (! 11 ll.T. Ni:W Vi:k. ... 4 . -T t . . ii T....!t iw ri- .i:i.'t .'-.I'l firm t"d;iy a r n x aS. jwi'i'i' fin. i llii-ss g-i-S will' ;itiv.' ain' ; I t. r 1 a i wiii- iirin.r. t-n int liniu' akl f 'T ti n i.ijii' y"d f"T p;.' i ivliery. Kan i;u was vt;i,lv. South Bend Markck start CHAIN AMI I I.!. P. (Corrfrte1 Haily ly U". Ii. trr. Mill. llJranli- At.) WIIK AT -P;i in.- -1 7.1 j..-r l u. ( i.VTS Paving ; .I!uil: i.o.- ji.r f a '(ll.N l'a in- '. ; m l;.i;- M j. r t u Knc P.i it; M .. r l.;i. hi: AN--S'li!n SI p. r S.u. M 1 1 l 1.1 N;.S - Sfiliiirf M lu mt rwt. cnuri'Fii it:i;i -schiu- $i.iu (Wt. (Jhl'TKN-Selline $170 per rt sci:at ii rj;i;i-.s, iiir. sj.. e ' i w U CHICK FKED-Selling f2.Ju'j2:.0 r:w t. tCorrrctr! ImfTy ns MaJr Itr, h. Iciui St. MuuantLt.) HHAVY TAI STrnrt.N rlr to roo4 pri Hu-, nous: lluiil-i; J70; 12CyiJ0 Ibi Trfiu hullhead, 17"' per lb : cLlaooi ' iliuoti. lX)lai.-; eels. IT'.ic. 1-rcaa iuter cauLt tlicntcj whlt 17SU 700 ! tsh. 14c lb HSack Diamond Lrand bcnu rodflah 2c lt.: stuuked Chinook ii'xoii luv- 1171h Hmoled wtute hb, lGc. 68: . C 9 1 4 . i7-n . 7 31a 121 .110i . 1'.; .102? 81 . 44 -7', i::i?i 1 1) '4 .6 4 (t'orr?c-d Dairy ty Tararr Itroa , More. lit K. Wajne M) T I MOTH V-fOoU-'iOu per bu. i:i;i i'i.ovi;i; .:.oo.mi mi j.,.,- j,u. u hit:: .laJ.L .. vHJ i.-r ou. AhSIKK-JUOVll.! - per bu. A LI 'A hl'A -ilumliMnj. i?u i:K i cl.u'. ir n OCC12.CXJ pr jm COW l'i:AS -?1 ku-- P-r bu. SOV IJTA.N. -I2.i)i'n2-u0 i-er bu. BLL'K (Jl.ASS- .t ptr bu 1 U.LI) I'LAS-,:.) per bu. 1. 1.11 1.75 p-r bu. i;i:i:.MA. mili.kt- $1 75 pr bu. JA PAN KSK MILKKT-Jl.TS per bu. llK.MKVi.IA.N MIKKKJT-iJ Oy ytr bu. VKTCTI-SJ.UC'll.WJ. MA.M.M TU K t Kl: s'.ioo'. n ii lu 10X lll'. rilOVlMU.NS. (( rrrrtI Dally äy I . V. Murlirr, XI' I.. .lfTrriion III I. rnriT-iMjuiH. a.-e. gp.'lir; 1) ''i p r i.-ii; li iui'.'i!. pi r T - s-,,iiiir. .). pi-r dni-ii ; ..) ; . j -.i 3 l xi iC. f'il'.i) p r Im.; tiiiiii.- "i.'i ' pj. -r . iah: i ai;i.i: - ai.i.;..-. p ii:.g. ;: selling. ." j.t !!..: '"t-it'-i . p iyii. $17.' pi-i bu. : s.'.hi.. o- p-r pi k. HI lll.i; A.- i:t... ...i itry r.uttr IHyiux. -'o'i;:;j'-. s-hn.. i'.".. hu- (.'ran. -rv !.ijtl'-r, p.ixiu. l'i-; s. IfiiiiT. i.V. Kv tri' ti' Iii--ii, j'.t iii. ; f"-iliii. -i.'.'.j MONKY AND i:CII.vNGK. XHW YOKK. !n"t. 'js. (idl nioripy on thp floor of th Nw York Stock Kx- chanpe ttniav ruV'dat ." per cent: high. Southern Kailway, pfd G pr -ent; low. 4per nt. Studebaktr Co. lime money was hilipr. ! Kates were: M days. ::r,z per cent: ienn. Copper fH days, 4W4U per cent: 4 months. (i ! Texas Co 4Vi per nt: nmnths . 4iAt I"'r , Pnt : ! Third Avenue b months. 4(S414 vr -n t - : . The market for Prime Mercantile I nion I aeific Paier wan luirsisb. I S. Rubber Call money in Iontb.n today was 44 Steel per cent. ',r ," Sterling Kt-liaw;e was tffdv with C. Ste;-1. pl'i I'lisiness in Pankers' l'.üls at ?4 7". 11-1' Utah Copper for demand: $1.71, fr W-day bill. and Virginia Carolina Chemical CIIICAGO GIVIN AXI CiriCAdO. Not. IX t Inning Will AT I h-. 175 M.iv lvlf-0 July MU(t 14Vj cor.N Pec. S0Ci4 May onVa?1-. July fO OATS Pec. ä4S6t, May yya''t PORK pe'. Jan. Mar LAKD I U-i'. Jxn. M.iy Jan-May 1T-.VO Ui'li 174 PI 14Ti j f-'5 ."1 ' r& .2u n. r.' -'7 5o j Western Union ritoVIMON. I YVestintfhouse Klectri I -11,. i h-i.r! l r. ... ir wni Uil, .... Low American Zinc lco pu'vßi!; ; Kutte and Superior 1.0i4 1,,,r, ' ! KenniCf.tt r.u H4(.i L'.-i . ennicoti . . . . i Pittsburgh Coa s7C 1H"N .-.2; burh Coal : Industrial Alcadiol 'mS ' International Nickel m"(-v ' Marine y' i Marine, pfd International Paper International Paper, pfd.. r.2-, 10H4 2t 12:: 24 2:',1 4'. 1 171- 12 iH 121 ,121', 47 101 K T H ' ' 1 4 u 47 44 115 103 HAY. .STUAV AND IF.ED. (( rrr t 1 Ia.":.y nj Wralry MillM 1 lour mbiI 1 rrl to.. ii M if hi fan M.) II AY Pa j in. ilvjl2; .'oli.i;, JUilS M'KAW Piijr.Ls:. )j prr tuu . eilifcg It I.. er toti, ,r .'0 per be. (ATS- piyiiiij. p r bur.; mihLg ,Vi ! jn r Lu NKW "i: Paiii'. so.- j.ir bu.. aeil inx. '.'.V rsd 00 p. r Lu l'IM'UMl M-.KI vjjtcs, ?3 bu ( J 1; g. .;.." per bu. ALi ALi A M-;i:D- (ifcntai :iiii'. p-r l.u. f-Pi; V.üi;.o lta.. JS40; PVcaiBO i-.7.j; Ijo nuil over. J.7i- growii- TALI OH AM) HIDES, ((irectril Iaily hy S. W. LTppmaa. til N. .Main SU) TAI !.T- i: -i.irli. ."i-i. ; rndfffd. Na 1. Ti'ii' : No j. .".'W.V. -mI.- .7'i.A)x: j.t lb. Illl)i:s--;rt- ii. 1. 'b"2u-; ( ,,!f -kla J '. . iollti;y ami meats. ( crrr tcl Dil by JinrnJe'a Market 12 K. JrlfrmuD Itlvd.) I'Ol'LTKV l'a.nn. 1 ttl- ; l;ln-. 21 U2te. VEALPajicg. llCil; idlisr " I5EKF Koast. 2.V; bedhof 124c; tcrhouse. lv2c; ilrb.la. 7c HAM Pay icjj. 1U . LAUD t-iiiug, ISc. i:j 14 37 14.77 14.-.7 177 1170 V2Z M.r. f llK'AGO I'KOIU K. CHICAi. Nov. 2 UL'TTKK Kec-ipfs. 7..V-' tuV.-: rr.-am-rrv extras. 42-: - t ra nr.-t.-. U'-i 'y; jnrstn. :'i -T-; p 1 kin- W. M'i'.'.-. 11771 L'lJS -lb ei; t. 27'. --1.-h; cijrretit li42 i r-eiit. : .- : ordinary tirts. ::f,i 2sa. 27 ' 27..V VIS2 II-; firsts. -vtras. chei k. 2.V;c: dirties. 2Vj::h- I4jv' cni:r.si; in, i,.-. 2;. hdrifj. risii. I (Carrrrtfl Dally by the r.nwoil TU a, , Poultry and f ood Market, W. VahinKto Av.) Srri-t:r f:-1! i rir.rt.t .:r-l L!t flsa If-':" la. tr.;ut. 17V: pi' k r.-i. i'v P r.-h. 1U.-; r..,n. 1 y n. 2 ! ; hi!l- i.ut. vb-.l-. j:-.-i-; li.iaijiit. fr--u. la;-i-, I extra c ut.-, Z2c. It. 70 ! 2-"--; vi.un.' Arii ri 2iv: bri. k. 2P-.. riTTsm ncir livk stock. livi: pi ltky IMTTSHI'i:. :il ' P4 . Nov. 2 OATTLi: er.s. 121il.V: ;'r3i:: 1 Supply li'tt; nrirket 1 iirkrr .ts. 17. .!i hi k -r.x.-t.-r-. steady ; prirr.e, 12--; c- 1.' ; p ; du ks. i..'M, '. Sil." lue: c-.d. rs.WfrtS: tMv batch- I POTATmLS K- eij.f.v. ..o hn: Miniv ers. ?viV7v7".: fair. S7.2ST? ; com- ; sta.. Pak-.ta-s .n.d M.,. $1J'.".; 1 1'". ; mon, ..VKr ;.: wmmon to ?od fat i Win.D:n. Mir.esot.-t and Mu biau vhit-. bulls. 4 . Kr7 7 "fl ; onimon to eoi fat $1.4v'il ;" rows. $.0"i.V: freh -ws an-i printr- f.r f.( ntf,j r.iii)' vtil ealvi s. 120mi ( TOI.KIIO 1I 12 7.1: havT und tb.in e-ilv. '. (vt '. j TI.i:imi, m SHKi;P AM' L..MISi Supply li-ht ; i WIILAT-Ca market tfis: prirn wt!itr. i-vuoi ! Jl 1 1 Hi: N a - u. OA'I'S-Cash ;ki v. N . v 2. 'I.iI. h and Pe . -5 1 7 1 1 May. Advt. not saed Ro imanU. 1 1 1 1 ,i . t. 2a: cnn mlid. J7.Veir7.ST: fair rrixi ?-V.'Vx;r72J: ull und wmmon, &Z)(X "-trlnsr lamlm. h UKill 7"- " UiH'.S IUcfipts. 10 double dvk: market iteady; prim hivT hops. J10r" ri0.40: mnilnm, & '.Tj 10 ts) ; lir-avy Vorkurs. SJ.'KXtiirt.Ort: lijrM Yorkers. ? 4om'. .VI; pi? 9. 7." f'tu ou: rou?!.s. st 7": tic. fwrrX)' ifcanTy mixed. JlO.lCMxlUJJG : I.v. '.'.v May. " !'- ar-d !. "V: KYK No. 2. SI Z ('I.oVi;i: Si:i:i I'rirre. :ih an 1 I.-. Ü10 77.: Jan.. 1S7'--: Tel... JlCJ7'i; Man li. flu.'.i".: April. !' 4... Al.sihl.-rrni.i-, . Mareb. ?ll 20 TIMOTHY Prime. tZ.:: Marth. '"' ii Jtul I.-- . Jpi.'i; -ah and r- , THOMSON AND McKINNON 201-202 J. M. a. Bldg. Mrrnrx-ra Nw Trk Stok K.xrtwaecr, New Vara. 4tUa r.irliur. Nw Ofi Cotton Kirhan(f, Chlrafo to-k rühmt', "h -. BArd af Trad an1 InUiaaa lUnkrn A Mri ailen. Dtrrrt VriwU Wirr ta All MrkU. pnovnsi-. IV 11 S0-23l : Home ?02S-rt)9s.