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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
DOCTORS PROPOSE TO SPEED DRAFT OPERATION HAPPENINGS IN AND ABOUT TOWN vi:i).m.i.i' i,i;m.m;, pril 10, rjis 1 I LOCAL AND FOREIGN MARKETS ! ' I nn ninTiinn Aiinr ; BIGS SUIT TO D 50 VE FIRM, ! Howard Cranfill Petitions the Court to Appoint Receiver For Auto Supply Co. .': jit for i-l ution f jurtnership ;r.ii :h a ppolntment f .1 rceier .for th auto ;i -: r und t-ufiply .':ie of Iirn'rii.iri and CiantUl. lo- 'fed at S. M..in nt . has been tnl in tli'- ireuit eourt by Howard 1 .. i'rarilill .i'.iii..-t hi liu.iri-..- p.irt X'."f. .I"hn I. .. I 'a rn-:i:a n. The plaintiff alb r s in hi roiii T'luiit that the Wend.-nt '.irnon.in 2as for the past month attempted to " hiiu it of th- :.rm. hi fly by taking alvanta of t lu- farl that th- former is within luilit.iry draft age, and sulij-ct to (all. m 1 1 1 strength f that. YanMI .lo.lin-s. partner has caiu 11 ! roiitraets t ho extu-e that :he ftus-ms Wits t he iliM'untinuol. Ourin- the past mor.th. aorI to the plaintilf. Farn em an lias oifered the former $n,.".in f(,.r his irifi-.t t Ii" husi.if - aiid in mat-tT- pertaining to th biiines, ha? not a t-.l in ool faith with the r I tint iff. a !.- th.it Farneman will m-; allow t ! i la.- on ihe premises occupied hy the establishment to he iPii'vfil ul en it expires May 1, IMS. It ic declared hy th" plaintiff that the pro'it- of th- business now aer- approximately 5 .". t ft i per year, h;t that the business is Koinjr to s for the WiMU of cirf' and at tention f Iirn'Maan. who has by agreement been Mppoed to look after the oftlee and shop affairs whiW the plaintiff was traveling northern India;. a and southern Michigan se curing ord(i. rraiifil! prays in his petition that the co partnership he dissolved ani that a iereier ho a ppointed to take charge of tho husinrss and dispose of sanio at rrtail or wholesale and vitid tip it affairs. 'ran'.ill hi lu-M out for $.".'00 Lc- Ins interest in tho business, which ho (Ifcl.ut-s is solent and grow mg. REARREST MAN ON SOUP BONE STEALING CHARGE After the s'ate had completed ifs evidence jn the hearing of Frank V.'Nyiiak, a former emploe of "Woodka Krts.' meat market at .V.'n S. fhapin st., rharged with stealing .'L'.M worth of soup meat from h:s rmpIoNors. i: city court Wednesday .morning it was found that no af ii:avit had been ti'od against the i:t fondant. I'pon motion of Atty. Jo r ph W. Wypiszynski for the do ff the defendant was dia ili rgfd. I aimodiately, however. an atli- d.ivit was prepared and signed and tb -e.tir'-st of Wisink was order ed. Ivo Viospelt. t-) whom Wisynak :s alleged to have given the soup nat was thn placed on trial on a eharge of re-ei irig stolen property. The -tat however, failed to prove that any m had b n stolen, so Viospelt was discharged. The state i op.tendt-tl that Wisynak gave Vies p It $W. worth of moat for which li eh irc''i! bini ."." !, ts. When a-- o.-t-d with the meat. Viospelt is -aid to have offered to pay for it. Ctlen Cuffing, the 2 it -ar old hus-b.-nd and father who was charged ith d-.-eitin; his wife and who was 0. -missd on the char-re of otn ! .zling "innry fiom the Kogei-'s J 'airy Co., Tuesday nicrning ;s gi-n a si-pftided sentence of .?""' n. il 'Osts and three months on tl- 1. !:al farm on the wife desertion ( l.,ir.' U'filncsiLiy morning. Y.i.yA I bbei;are. charged with l.pmu his saloon at W. South st. oj en op. Si;nda. March -1. j'b -ad 1 g'i'tv. a:ld was f.n-d $ 1 ! and costs. REBEKAH ASSEMBLY IN SPRING MEETING HERE The spi:n; meeting of Kt. !eah di-iiKt av-i.M!, N'o ::. comprising tie lodg's of Klkhait and cSt. Jo-co-.n.ties. wa he'd Tiw-dav. A b;.sitie-s ss-ion was h Id in Ilel-p. i 1...11 in th- afterr.oop. and depicts wro conferred in the evening mi Mhayier l.all. Mrs. Harr; t .-"peken-1 r. the j; -.-:-., bl.v president. and r ; r -r tat i flora Mishawaka. I.'khart. Gos!,!t a;:.'. Walkerton rre prcs.-p.t. ASKS NAME OF GERMAN TOWNSHIP BE CAHNGED ;o:-e H. Alw.ti.l a petition :n t h i ire;. it o it t We,; i:esday ia-:ning to h.e the p.ita' of Ier p.an township th.iiUol to Sheijna:'.. Mr. AUvaid i" a it.s.lt :,t of tlie towrs-hip. TAKLN TO KALAMAZOO. W ill: tm Kloiiip. 'Aar.t-t1 hy the pu !' e at Ka! r.iaoo. Micli.. c.'i a htrge of , ife ill M't'tiiiii. and wh v. arrt.-ted ! th- South It :i 1 po .' ort th.? re.:esi of the Kal.tr.iiro lUthorities. was returned to Ka'a. J ..zoo Wedr.'vlav 2..ot I.ilig. Kl-.'inp ai'. ed extraiiition. THIS HUSKY THICK. i a powerful aid to the men wh :-re Hchtir. the hiuh o-t of doing business. It cuts trucking expence Jr. every Kind of business by turning debits into cred ts. Kepu'-tic. mode. If. live up to the good r:am of all ruck- bearing K- pul lie trademark. South Kend IpuM:.' Truck Co. 315 i:. JerTer.-on blvd. IV11 phone 2020. DBA THS Miss HAHKIirr MI'MAN. Miss- Harri-t N'ieman. daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Michael Nieman, TIS S. Mods on st., died Tuesday after T,oij at Healthwin hospital after an Muess of one year. Ik-sides h r par--nts. sh- i- .survived hy four sisters, Mrs. Hernie C. Vo;'r of Indianapo 1 1 : Mrs. Clären-.' Volzer of Can ton. . ; Mrs. Joseph Sohultz and Mi-s Mary CumminKs of tsouth Mtnd anl Johr Cumrnln;.? of Ijo troit, Mi h. Miss Xieman as horn in Houth llorivJ and has lived here all her life. Th- funeral will he held at St. Hd wife's church. Wednesday morning at S:.!u o'clock. Ilev. j'r. Kzydowuz offlfiatinK'. IJurial will hn in OJar (Irv'. mus. i n:Kii-rrTA m. kindi.i:. Mrs. Henrietta Margaret Kindle. M year-! old. died TüC-siay morn ir. at 11:17 o'clook after an illness of a year of complications. Uesides her hushand. Clarence Kindle, sho i- survived hy her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George K. liohr of this city, and the following sisters and broth ers. Mr.. William Kroll, Mrs. Holla Inks and Mrs. A. V. Luckoy. all of this city: Jfhn Itohr of Detroit. Mich.; Andrew Kohr of Kansas, and Charles Kohr, who lives in Illinois. Mrs. KirMle wai Lorn in Fouth land Autr. 11, 1SS7, and has lived here all her life. " Funeral announcements will he made la I or. Tiir.oriiiixs xoel. Thoophihis Noel. 77 years old. -id at hii home in Kerrien Sprinps. ÄK-h.. Wednesday inorninfr after a lingering illness. Mr. NoeL was born near Nile.?. Mich.. July ::, 1S40. and spent his early bovhood there. With his parents he went to Texas and remained there for a number of years, serving in the Confederate army in the Civil war. He later came to Chicago and became a millionaire in the Vitae-Ore Co. lie tiring from active business life ha returned to Kerrien Spring's where he has lived for the past 10 years. He is survived by one son. Dr. Jo seph K. Noel of Chicago, who is well known in .outh Bend and fhrouqho'Jt the county. Short funeral services will be he'd from the residence in Kerrien Springs Thursday afternoon. The 1 c.dy will be brought here and taken to Oak Park. HI. The Masonic lodges will have (barge of the funeral ser vices there. Kurial will take place In Kcrtst Home cemetery at Oak Park. 111. FUNERALS mks. hi:nkii:tta kindli:. funeral services- for Mrs. Henriet ta M. Kindle will be held from the residence. ::l :) x. st. Louts blvd., Thursday afternoon at L'::10 o'clock. K v . W. (Joffeney officiating. Burial v. ill bo in Kiverview cemetery. IIKDWIGi: XOWICKI. Th funeral of Miss Hedwige Nowicki. years old, daughter of Ignatius N'owieki, 714 Monson -t.. who died Monday evening at the Healthwin hospital, was held this morning at S:3u o'clock at St. Hed wige's Catholic church. Ke. Father Anthony Zubowicz, C. S. C, otl-i-atod. Kurial was in Cedar (Jrove cemetery. 12,177 ARRESTED HERE FOR INTOXICATION IN THE LAST 12 YEARS Huring the past 16 years 12.177 persons wa re arrested by the South la nd police on a charge of intoxica tion, aci ui ilinu' to a report covering that length of time, piven out Wed ii"shiy by Harry Jostphson, clerk of the board of public safety. N Last year was the banner year for i'.toxicatlon charge arrests, there? having b-cu more persons taken in tharge by the police of this city for that offense than -luring any year of tlie past 1 vears. The year 191 'i comes next in the lead with 1915 a dose third. During 1917 there were I. "'' 4 persons arrested on this marge, in 1910 there were 1,103. and i:i 1 '.H 5 there were 1,137. The 11M77 arrests for intoxica tion -luring the past 1G years rep i'sents almost half of the total r umber cf arrests for all offenses, n "isdemeanors and crimes. made K.nng that time. The total number ef arrests for all causes, including the 1..177 for intoxication, was 1'9 - The repirt of Mr. Josephson fur tlier shows that during the past 15 ears the South P-end police depart ment expended a total sum of S767. I.'l.J. f this amount J 7 ' . 7 :i . 7 s was paid out in police salaries and t'a,iM74 was used for the mis cellaneous expenses of the police de partment. The report extends from anl in ciudirc l'oi' to and including 1917. The records for 190. have been lost, and ar, not included in the ac companying table--. m a h k i a c 1 : i .1 ( 1 : m :s. KIdora Leonard Thompson, sec ond lieutenant. C. A. K. C, Ft. Mc K";n!'. Portland. Me., and Klsie A-Pes Kitter, South Lend. Dana Anderiok, barber. South Ket.d. and Alice Arnold. ypist. South p.end. SUMMUU 11' KS. II Greenb'.att wishes to announce to the women of South Kend that he i.-: showing an extensive line In all kinds of summer für. In the newist destj'i.r. Klnef.nement and exclusive- stj !es at s ich low prices that certainly wi!l interest you. Old furs cleaned and remodeled Into summer styles a specialty. H. Greenblatr. 232 S Michigan st. Home phone 5599. Advt. HUN 0 Tl OT WORTH TUPPENCE BOWLBY Canadian Soldier Says Hin- denburg's Ability Limited, in Address to Rotarians. Amiens will never fall, even though the Orman army is concen trated asainst it, simply because Haig and Foch and I'ersldng aro men of considerably more ability than old Hindenburg." This statement drew rounds of ap plaus? from members of the Kotary club Wednesday noon when Kom hardier C. W. K. Bowiby. one of the Canadian soldiers here, made an address, telling of his experiences in handling held guns. "The Germans have made a rapid advance, it is true. Hut from my experience Sn bringing up guns, I know that it has been Impossible for Fritz to bring his artillery up with his infantry. As a result, the Ger man position today Is not worth a 'tuppence.' " declared the speaker. "The (ierman advance has been at a terrific cost of lives. If "the German casualties were known but they never will bo known. they would startle the world. Our own men have been used sparingly. It was better to give ground than sac rifice lives, especially since tho ground the Germans have taken isn't worth anything. "And some of these days, not very far off, were going to hear of a big counter offensive, we're going to hear that the reserves, a great mass of men which have not been used yet, that these reserves are in. and that Fritz, without his guns, is being driven back "with considerably more lives lost.' Cpl. David McLane, of Hamilton. Ont., was the other speaker at the luncheon. He reiterated his com rade's prophecy, voicing his own conviction that Germany's position today is practically worthless. Cpl. Mcline told of his own experiences on the battlefield. BROTHER OF ACCUSED PASTOR ARRIVES TO INVESTIGATE SITUATION Lieut. Cm. M. Wcichelt of the United States navy, arrived in South LYnd Wednesday to Investigate charges against his brother. Kev. Hugo' Weichelt. pastor of St. Peter's German KvangelUal church, who was ousted fron the ministerial as sociation on charges of pro-Germanism and hostility to the Liberty tuan. Lieut. Weichelt said that he was here solely to "find out the facts" respecting the charges gainst his brother. "I have two other brothers iu the military or naval service of the United States and we were ver much disturbed when we learned of the situation here and that is the reason for my presence." As indicative of his own person al attitude toward disloyalists Lieut. Weichelt exhibited a copy of th3 Milwaukee Sentinel reporting a speech he made in that city in which he asserted that the most ef fective cure for disloyalty and sedi tion was a coat of tar and feathers. WAR CHEST FUND NOW REACHES $425,000 Total subscriptions to the War Chest fund had reached $425.000 at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, it was announced at the War Cheid; headquarters at the Chamber of Commerce. Suhscript'ons to the amount of J 2.", 000 hive been received by Up: committee since the War Chest campaign officially closed last Sat urday the committee announced "Wednesday afternoon. The larger subscriptions announced by the committee Wednesday afternoon are; Col. George Studebaker. $2,300. H inkle Motor Car Co. employes, J? 00. Steam Kailroad Transportation employes. $:'..9 4l. UI'AL IXTATi: TKANSUUKS. Gaylord H. Case and wife to Mary C. Caulfield, lot 33 Fordham. $1. ('bester L. PuComb and wife to Charlotte Kenz, lot 31 Demler's 2nd additionti ?1. Philip K. Palmer and wife to George C. Painter, undivision two fifths of lot 14S Wenger and Kreigh baum's replat. si. Martin X. Kishop and wife to Lloyd C. Kishop to Harold T. Kishop. lot ??A Kow man's 3th addition, and lot 177 Koseland Park addition. $1. George W. Johnson and wife. Cora 7. Johnson, to I-Mward A. Stuber. 20 acres in Madison township $1. Caddb Steele to Charles W. rjreibelbis- lo acres Liberty town ship. $1.10 0. PiUilding and Loan Association of South Kend to Louts Sipotz and wife, part of lot 4 4 and part of lot 4 3 Joseuh Kockafeller's 2nd addition. $1. Cl de Roberts. Hay and wife to Catherine 14 acres in Warren town- ship. Mil. uAKMim : We have everything in the farm Implement line. Kef. ire you buy come in and look over our ßtock. You'll not only save time but money, for our prices are right down where 501 like to see them. No trouble to 'show or demonstrate our goods. Come and talk it over. Lindahl Krem.. Glä-517 S. Michigan st. Advt. FRATERNAL SOCIETIES PLAN MEETINGS TO BOOST. LIBERTY LOAN One of the important Liberty loan meetings planned by the county committee in charge of the work among men's lodges and societies will be held this evening at Walker ton where a Joint atherin? has been arranged hy the Masons. Knights of "Pvthias. odd Fellows an 1 Foresters. The speakers will be Stuart Mac Kibbin. C. K. Pattee. Donald Mac Gregor and L W. Hammond, who is in charge of the meeting. The Modern Woodmen of America will hold a meeting in North Lib erty tonight which is to be addressed ! by Dan Pyle. The committee in charge of the work among the lodges is composed of Frank Jeffries, chairman; L. W. Hammond, vice chairman; Donald MrfcGret'o:-, secretary; Kalph Feig and G. A. Farabaugh. Judge Feig is directing the work in Mishawaka. Stanley Chelminiak represents the committee among the polish and Hungarian societies and Philip Voorde among the Kolsians. The committee is urging lodges to invest as orgar izations as ivell as the mem bers individually. 191 MEN TO BE' Iii WEXT DRAFT One hundred and ninety-one is set as the quota for the next draft of men from St. Joseph county, and who will leave for Camp Taylor some time during the five-day pe riod beginning Friday, April U6. The foregoing number to he called are divided as follows: Division 1. 69 men. including 10 colored; division 2. ft) men. including seven .colored; division 3 (county). ." iren. The lists of names of the 101 to j he called w ill be made up as rap jidly as possible by the three boards lan'J published in the newspapers. DISCUSS PLANS TO REGISTER CHILDREN Plans for the registering of St. Joseph count vs babies and children unfler six years were presented and discussed at the monthly meeting of the Children's Dispensary board of directors in the Chamber of Com merce Wednesday morning but no particularly definite steps were taken other than the fact that the work will he continued until June U0. A speaker, representing the Child's Welfare league will present the 'cause at all countv meetings with in the next few weeks. At the same time a Liberty loan speaker, a rep resentative of the registration of women proposition and a home agent will speak. The object of this baby registra tion and examination is to deter mine the number of babies and chil dren in the United States and to find out their physical condition so that all defects and disabilities may be attended to and corrected. Indiana's quota fn this campaign is 2,."jyj. The government cam paign is to save the lives of 100.000 children during the coming year. Definite plans for the f3aby week will be given out later. CHURCH COUNCIL PLANS LIBERTY LOAN CAMPAIGN Plans for carrying on the cam paign for the third Liberty loan among the members of the congre gation have been completed by the church council of Gloria Dei Swedish Lutheran church. The council h3s officially endorsed the loan to the members and pledged its official and individual support both moral and financial, for its success. The coun cil itself composes the committee on solicitation. NUEL HUGHES IS MADE DIVORCE DEFENDANT Thomas a. Hughes has brought suit in the superior court for divorce 1 from Vnel Ito'rV,.,- 1. i-. . . with having called him vile names, falsely accusing him of intimacy with other women, and frequently informing him when in a rage that she was sorry she married him. 'They were married Dec J'j. 1910. and separated July 1. 1917. SUES HUSBAND FOR DIVORCE AFTER 18 YEARS William Kadabaugh is made de fendant in the superior court in a divorce action brought Wednesday by his Wife. Gertrude Kadahniiirh iwho charges him with failure to j properly support her and their three j children. The couple was married March S. 199. and fepa rated exactly ! 1 S years later. ! liKANT UIVi; IHVOHCIX I The following divorces have been j granted in the superior court: Flor , ern e A. Topping from Wilbur A. .Topping: Anna P.ailey from Charles i Kailey: Walter o. Hosier from Km ma C. Hosier: Mary D. Turner trom Kichard Turner, and Blanche Kurkhart from Anseltm s. Kurk hurt. ; AKUIVUS I.Y 1 KAN C I :. ! Wonlf has been received by r-pl. !M. K. Hudak of Camp Taylor. Ky., of the s.fe arrival in France of Walter Hudak is with the American expeditionary :orees. Try MEWS-TIMES WANT AD ( CONTI Nl KP FROM PACK ONK) The factors involved in this pre paratory work would be the cost and submission of the recruits to the re spective operations. The cost would comprise the operator's fee. hos pital service and the compensation to the recruit while disabled. Operator's Sort ice Donated. The operator's service should and would be donated. The hospital service should be borne by the com munities In which the hospitals are located, and should be fixed at a minimum, yet not so low as to create a burden to the hospitals. Compensation to the recruit would be variable depending upon the willingness or unwillingness of the individual to sacrifice, temporarily, loss of wages. If not willing ho should be paid a fraction of his usual wages, say, half or two-thirds and this expense should be defraved by the eommlnity in which he lives. The matter of submission to opera tion prior to arrival to camp is a (uestion which the war department through its medical branch would have to work out satisfactorily. Only competent surgeons should be permitted to operate. Possible failures would have to be consid ered and provided for and the sur geons would have to be relieved of unnecessary criticisms and mal-prae-tice suits. In this county there i.re three hospitals and a number of competent surgeons and specialists who could be depended on to do first class work. Put SorTioe at Disposal. If the plan as outlined strikes your department as feasible, prac tical and a time saver we assure you that our services are at your com mand and that we stand ready to do "our bit." As further evidence of our anxiety to serve our country the following resolutions v-r:? unanimously adopted at a regular meeting of the St. Joseph County Medical society, to-wit: Whereas, a certain percentage of registrants registered in class "A" and found qualified for military service who yet are afflicted with some operable, easily correctible de fects which would necessitate by operation in camp unavoidable delay before the recruit could enter upon uninterrupted military training, and Whereas, such correctible defects could he removed by competent civilian surgeons before the arrival of the recruit In camp. and. Whereas. such corrections. if made, would relieve the medical branch of the war department of a great burden and be a time saver. Therefore be it resolved that the St. Joseph County Medical society, in regular session, pledges its ser vice without reservation to the war department of the United States and that the surgeons anil specialists of this society stand ready to operate without remuneration for all cor rectible defects of any and all regis trants who have been found other wise qualified for military service prio r itary such and to their departure to the mll camps at such times and in places and under such rules regulations as the medical branch of the war department may see tit to impose. In as much as the use of civil hospitals and tlie services of civilian surgeons is suggested in the instruo- tions to examining boards, the t. j Joseph County Medical society has taken this opportunity to oner us bervices to the war department. Yours respectfully, THE ST. JOSKPH COUNTY MKD1CAL SOCIKTY. JOHN J. WEBER IS COMMENDED FOR VALOR BY DANIELS John J. Weber jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Weber sr., 1027 N. Adams st., and chief boatswains mate of the steamer Santa Maria is among those especially commended for valor by Sec'y Daniels of the navy, according to word received by the News-Times Tuesday night. Mr. Weber is 33 years old and has been in the navy service for the past 14 years having enlisted at tho local recruiting office April 4. 1904. He was aboard the Santa Maria an oil tanker whu h was torpedoed by a submarine on February 2T. a few miles off the Irish coast. The entire crew of the Santa Maria was rescued by a British trawler, after the trawler had made its vjy through a sea of tire which was caused from the oil of the subma rined tanker. Weber jr., is now in Philadelphia where he arived a few days ago. He and the former Santa Maria crew are awaiting the completion of a new tanker. TO FIX RETAIL PRICE OF SHOES AND CLOTHES Iuteriutiniiul .Newi Serri.e: WASHINGTON. April Kb As a war measure the government is about to say what the consumer shall i y for the shoes he walks in and the clothing he wears. The tixing of prices n bnish-d cotton, leather and woolen goods is near, it was learned this afternoon. Kxperts of the war industries board have been studying the problem from every angle and now the revo lutionary economic step is deemed absolutely necessary. Officials of the board refused to discuss the mat ter but it is understood this price tixing may come within 10 days IT'S WORTH DOING If you deposit Five Dollars eve .y week in our Interest department It will give you two hundred and sixty dollars and interest in a year. Ins't that worth trying? Any money de posited on or before April 10th draws interest from April let. We pay 4Tr on all savings. ' Farmers .Trust Co. Advt I Pupils of the Jefferson school. Coiumb'is. own War Savings ard Thrift Ptamps amounting to $2,-230.75. I'JU Ulü! MhühNbL ! li SECURITIES Slight Recessions at Start Are Soon Overcome and Im provement Follows. NFW YORK. April lu. Stocks sold off slightly in the last half hour today, the rails showing a declining tendency. S'tudebaker was in demand on the recessions. Ir ternatioiia I News N rvlro: NLW YORK. April 10. There was no disturbance of the security trading situation at the opening of the stock market today, although the news from France was again un satisfactory and was used as a rea son for. some selling at the start by the room traders. causing some leading slight recessions in the stocks. Within a few minutes it was evi dent that there was no pressure of long stocks from any source and an improvement set in, which carried some issues up to around one point. Marine Preferred was the most prominent feature, advancing over 1 point to i:, ::-s. Steel Common opened down 1-1 at 00 1-?, but recovered this loss in the next few minutes. Distillers Securities opened down 1-2 at 42 3-4 and then advanced to 4?. 1-2. The copper stocks were again strong with indications of continued accumulation of both Anaconda and Inspiration. Both these stocks made fractional advances Heading dropped 7-8 to SO and then rallied to SO 1-2. Trading in Liberty bonds was quiet, the 1-2'- selling at 9S.74 while the 4's were in supply at 96.06. There were irregular movements in the stock marke:, all through th early forenoon with a few issues showing pronounce! strength. Inspiration Copper advanced a point to 4, a new high record for this movement. Kelly Springfield seid up :'. points to 4S. Marine Pre- ferred moved up 1 1-2 to fb-4 and Atlantic Gulf sold up 2 points but ouickly reacted to 110 1-2. .St. Paul was weak, selling 5-3 lower at 6S 7-S. Steel Common was quiet with trading at P0 1-2 to 90 South Bend Market .GRAIN AND FEED. (Corre-t'J Dally by W. B. Mrr. bUtt Mills. Hydraulic At.) WHEAT Paying. $2.05 per ta. OATS raying, i3c- elliu. $1.00 per bu. COltN I'ayiutf. $2.10; selliuK $2.30 per tni. NEW CO UN Pay i a j, $1.30. KVL Paying. 2.25 bu. BUAN Selling, $1.W per hundred. MI Uli LINGS .Selling, $2 per hundred. CUUlM'liU FLhl-lliug $SJ)0 per tWSCUATCU FEED - Sellin, HS5 per cwt. 1L1. STRAW AND TEEP. (Corrected ltuAlj by the WmIt MilUt Hour and 1 eed Co., 20 . ."licLigan Hi.) HAY 1'aying. $-es; selling. $31. STUAW Paying. JLI per ton; selliD. ÜOe per bale.. OATS Paying. 95c; selling, $L10. fcliLL. CUli-s Paying, iOO; aelilog, f2.40. LAU CUKN Paying. $1.W; aelliag II 75. 11MOTJ1Y SLEU-l'aying. JL40 per bu.; aelliUfc J-VOU per bo. ALFA Li A sLEi -(Montana grown) celling. $15U0 per bu. CLOVLK SLiU Paying. bu.; cell ing. 2. SUV 11 LANS Sailing, $7.W bu. CUVV PLAS Selling $i.7ü bu. LIVE STOCK. (trrOMd Daily by iUaJor Broa., 8. L gaji 1st., Mibawaiju) I1LAVY i' AT lh.L.lU taix to food. Tie; prime. ytlOc. liUG JU;ilo Iba.. 12c; Iba. lüUc; LX4il0o Iba., lOc; Köln-VO Iba.. 17c. PROVISIONS. CorrMteu umtiy ujr I'. '. Maeller, XII E. JelTervon Blvd.. YLGLTAliLLs New potatoes, paying. GofciUV- bu., belling. 41 per bu. i KU IT Urangfb, csse, 47.UÖ; aelllug, JüiiiU per Uoz. ; lvuioui, cuac, JjLOUÄ.Oj; fcemug. 4041"-' Pef dcz- BL 1 -1 . LOvxö Creamery but ter, paying, löc; beliiLg. 4x.-; eggs, Uc; belling, 40v. hEEDs. (Correct . Dally by Warner Broa.' B4 More, 114 lVayna St.l TIMOTHY $4.W!U5.(0. 1IL1J CLUVLU JLyfc.lS. WU1TL CLUVLU ii. ALiivfc: itiiJb- AL1ALPA-4HÜTL b LLl i huv i.K .LI.O0ei5.0a COW PLAS 4U!&7.00. 1SÜV BLLVNS $0(jiU BLL L Li;a.sS . IÖ per bu. PILLIJ PLAS i,50(0.73. M ILLLT- -.0UiiU.7G. CiEli-MAN .VHI.UJUT .0CKii-70. JAl'ANt.SE MILLET fi.töUM ilAM.MUl'11 L'LUVLIt i-J0QZi.U). POLLTRI A.ND ME.1T9. (Corrected Dtuly by Jlmmie'a Market. IIS E. JeflVrtftn Blvd.) VEAI 1'aying. l'tc. aeillng. EJQGSc BEEP Itoaat, Söc; boiling. 20c; por terLuuue, ."0c; slrhln iOTA. 11AM Paying. läVic. aelling. 33c LAi.D Pay lug. 2-c; aeiling. 3Jc fish. (Corrected Daily by the Eatood I"iK. l'oultrr and Sea Food Market. V. U'blncton At.) PRES 11 PISii Dr. No. 1 smoked aalmon St,: ib'f uMtti: b "i' web. 'Jüc lb.; boneles salt codfish. 2ic Ib.; finnan Laddie. 13 Vic; Lake Superior. goverumtct auggeatiuia : UrilL EiVic;. able üsb or biada ccd, lZi berrlng. J EJc. ;klen uiDLEsZioJN8' ! TALLÖW 223c. rerldered. r.OIXG AND COMING. If you are a Maxwell driver you have that comfortable feeling that wherever you go you are coming back. When you consider the first coat and the keep-up of a car there is where the Max veil is strong. Come and see this 131S famous rive p:issencer tourinc: car at $370 P. O. S. South Lend war tax iIi. Smith 21a u.st h Motor Sales Co. Adv. New York Stocks; Closing Prices International News Servi.-e: NEW YORK. April 10. Closing prices on the stock exchange today wre: Allis Chalmers -'' American Can 4 1 g American Car and Foundry... TS American Linseed 311 American Locomotive American Smelting American Sugar Refining. American Tel. and Tel. . . American "Woolen Anaconda Atchison 61 lz "S1 100; Ivo1 -l7s 04 li JJ :s Atlantic Gulf and West Indies llo Baldwin Locomotive Baltimore and Ohio Bethlehem Steel Bethlehem Steel B Butte and Superior California Petroleum Canadian Pacitic Central Leather Chesapeake and Ohio Chicago and Northwestern " 1 7 1 1 2 7yi 7 7 i4 15- lb1; 13 6 4 ri ."ö'ü 1U' l "!! 4 'Chicago. Mil. and St. Paul I Chile Copper JChino Copper löl4 4 1S4 Colorado Fuel I ... vi 1 Corn Products Crucible Steel Cuba Cane Sugar Delaware and Hudson. . . . Distilleries Securities Erie Erie 1st pfd General Electric General Motors r si o "A ... 61-i . .. 2 7--, ... 1 0 2 ... 43U ... 14"8 . .. . . A'vSV-z . . .11SH tit. Northern Pr. Gt. Northern ore :6"s Gossip of International News Service. NKW YORK. April 10. In its monthly statement issued today the Lmted States Steel corporation re- ports unfilled orders on its books as cf March SI, last, of 9. 056. 406 tons. This compares with 5, OSS. 4. 13 tons i on Feb. 2S, a decrease of 2 3 2,0 4" t j tons ! CHICAGO, April 10. Judge Gary i ing in which there has be, n buying of the steel corporation in a tdate- j recently. International Paper is .-- ment says the present average pro-1 pected to publish earnings soon. Tin- duction in their lines is as follows: American ! shares wer- aeive. It pi- iron 90 per cent, ingots 93 perjis.rhc judgment of the street that cent, finishing mills 85 per cent. The j for a eoninVi a hie time, and per- corporation will take 125.000.000 in ' haps during the -,. tier part of th' Liberty bonds for its own account j war. there will be htti- .n tive s-p. r and $10,000,000 for its employes tojulation except in th" low-priced ir. be sold on the partial payment plan. dustriaN that respond readily to i manipulative effort and b not re- The New York Mail says: Heavy uire a laige inv.stinnt. Grain, Cattle, I PITTMir RGII LIVE STOCK PIVrsUPUGlI. Pa.. April 10. CAT- j TI.KSupplv hgl.t; nuirUet steady;' choiee, W.-iawfjit.iw: prime. ?HWÜ i 14J; skk1, .701.:.:-: tidy butel.ers, , ?l-.7al-:.-: fair, ll.ali; eomuiuu. .s7.00vj;.U); cooiuiou to go.l fat bulls $10.'il.l2.(.J; eoinniou to good i.hi .-ow. VJ.oojlU.iO; heifers, ? 11 .'a 1-.75: fn-tli cows and springers, .u) ß'i llo .(; veul calves, $17.W. Slll.Lr AM) I.A.Mr.SSuinay ngni market, sheep Mly. lajnl-s 1- up prime wethers. 1ö.(o; good inl-il. 1 1 - - klH-W; fair mixed. tWll.t;), VV.11-" and common. ,j-Wii.s, spring lauiis, ?1L40. HtKJS IJe eipts. 1 double deeks : luar- KOI aIle. IOC U, pione ne.n . - te ... -i I. ........ ....r lKlo'a:.,; ... r-y neavy lorKers, imhi io.o, 1-, otv. lS.4mis.0.': p'gs- $! oirfi ls.j.. : i . t f 1 ".k. 0.l.. ..l-t ! rousbs, ?l-.70fili."ij; stags, siJ.tM&j. ltj.20. IN DIANA TOM L.IVK STOCK. INDIANAPOLIS. lud.. April 10 - IPXiS Kecelpts. ..VJ: market st'-ady best heavies, .f I7.i-V 17.'.ä; best hgi. Jl.s.:!); pigs, l-t.Ooils."'; bulk vf s.nes, M7.7.VnlMU. CAT 1'LK Ile-elpts, 1,700; market stn.Dg; eliube beuvy so-eis, .i iMraj 14. 7ä: lifflit steers. w-il.!; Leiler. s(Mii:..jl; cows. 7.7-'7 12 01; bulls. $7.0c('f ll.W; calves. fu)4... SllhLP AND I-V.MH.-Kei-elptR, --0; market steady; prime alieep, 14.'U 10..; lumtK. 14.oo'iii) ; spring luiubs. EAST BITFALO LIVE STOCK. PAST LLi'PALO. N. Y.. April 1 CATTLE Ke-eipts, 1-J bead ; market active: primo steers. H."i butoher grades. J7.0K 1.75. CALT lCe eipts, ." li-ad: market alow: eull t ehoiee, $..'2 11.-5. siii:i:p am lamiw Kfii'ts. ni i heMil; market a tive; -hoiee bimbn. J.Oi) (a'J0.tö cull to fair, l'i.0U'äl!.7."; year- Iiim.. 1 1 HKi 1..Ve viliwn. X. O0 l.'t (TL In inc fMl- tn-irL.r ctlvi- i -vurfiv Ml- nl-. 17 'T.'n 1S.W: mixed, fb m is .V; tieavy. ils.-ij (wl.-V): ryu'bs. lO.OJKd.lO.'J.'; stags. . TOLEDO CASH GRAIN. TOLEDO. O.. April lo CLOSE: t'OKN-No. yellow. ; No. 3 mixed. lti; No. a white, ?1.0 ma l MVin-iaru wun. ; , .'. whit. TCi'.Me: No. 4 white. 9,-,rj:v :; Sample v lute, ss'i.W-,,-. i EYE No. J. $-.70. i CLOVLK SKLD Prime. JE.. ALSIKI" Prime. 1J.. , I TIMOTHY Prime, eaidi. old. .3;.r..; new. $.170: April. 370; S;d., oil. 417'i; Oct, MxCj ' CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. j I'NION SUM'K YARDS. 111. April 10. HCXS Keflpt.s. :.1.m; market ftrn-r. I Zf to 10- up; mixed and butrbers. $l'J.'.j ! frl'.STj; göl fteavy, lH'Jt'ijlT.Oi; rut'l i b.-sivy. ilG.W'JltWßt; light 17.1.1 1.: 'ATTU-I Ke-eipts. :.':' market j steady t' -strong; be re-.. JloXr; sr ; cows and belferh. $7A"Kfi 13.10; sfn-kers j ! S E N ATE PASSES SEDITION ... .. ai..hMp-mI R HI W TH CHANGES i UUL 'fl,n urm"uw' Interactional News ServL;: Washington. April 10. with numerous mudincations the henate ! without a roll call this afternoon t passed the bedition bill designed o- ter.aibly to arm the department of j justice with more drastic authority in rounding up spies and disloyalists, j The action -ame with surprising , abruptness after a week of bitter de- I bate. The measure has already pas-ed the house, but on account of the changes made by the senate probably wiil be sent to conference before it is laid before the president 'Inspiration Copper lnt. Nkkol j irt paper I Kenne'.-ot: .WW". J lackawanra St 1 i Marine Marine Pr ' vpu-in I M.ami Copper j Midvale Steel National Rnamel .v 4" ' - . I , - 7 1 1' 1 v .", 4 t 4 ! 21 ' 2 ' r 7S1 tamp New York Central N. Y.. N. H. fc Hartford i Norfolk A: Western ... ' Northern Paci:l Ohio Cities Gas i Pennsvlvania J Peoples as ....... I Ray Cora-o'.idated j Railwav St-el Sprit. cs j Readinsr ; Republic Iron A. Sie j Southern Pacific I Southern Kailway ! studebaker j Texas Co ! Tobacco Products -H It 2 1 1 w : . 122'i li.'.. ' 7 y 1 1" 1 1 , 17 - i Union Pacific I'nited Cigar Stores V. S. Ind. Alcohol l S. Rubber F. S. St f 1 F. S. Steel Prfd. Flail Copper . . . . Wcstir.ghouso White M ot rs . . . Willys verbind . . Liberty :;L- s i.v ' . set o : i ' j i - i''..0O. Sales share-. p.'.i'" on. Is. i 14 9.0(."'. the Markets j selling occurred in St. Paul on ir.ti- m tions of a note issue. Th. -a. i P'wpos.. of th- emi.-:..n was- m;' 'mated but it was understood that j mlpM h;ix1 tf, do vUn th,. p :rrh;i ... i 0f eouibmont and the dfpb-te.; treasury of the company. The principal speculative f.T'-rt-again centered around tlie indus trial specialties of th" minor typ. One of these was National Lnamol- and Provisions i a n I feeders, ?."-"i02 2 ; ..bx. s. ib . f w'i?I ...... ,. :, , ,. In,ri.- 1 -LI ,:"c , "1 ' xy , r y .:'n,1., J Iju..-. P,,.Pm. nm u,tt ,.! i:. CHP'AGm. April pi -I'd I l Ki: K.--ceipts. 7.I'l file: r.i:in ry i tr.i. lo'-j. : extra lirnts. :;!(:". t;r-ts. i '.:;." ; pa-k.-illg st'ieK, :(;.:" . pi;s Pei. ii ts. 41.a".r, e;i.; nnrid i .., . ,.ur,.. ; ,lin.,Nr , :. " a,ir:-n ! Vounc A!,"! i. a. ....mm , , , .... r.ivi: pul iri: 'P i i k Js;:;i. ! -"".. -i. . roosters. .'! l't l'A 1 ' !"' I" -;pt. 1'' a' " : Mliiii'- sota a.lJ Pak, d i. M..H II I A(.( II t. II M N '. ( 1 1 1 i , t. Aj rl! I'1 I iil' V ... J 1 .:' N - !iit M 1 ' v -' ' .-1 -, No. m..-i. : 7": w . i"-. ! v' : No a ell '. .'''! . .N ' .i.A, r ; Jir: Ni v . 1 r 1 '- ! MAIS N.. ' v hit.. :..."-. : N J wlute. l'-'', : N" ldt. : ,'i j 1 ( (( (.() CiKAIN .M ri'Ul"in. ( iH .(;o, April h - . Mpeidu' ' t'OKN 1 1 i r 1 I... v l; t M.iy 1 T 1 , L'7'j 1:7 OATS -April M.iv l oi:k- Ma.v 4 s. I", L'.". '.1 j; 17 v l.t i IAItI- I . : 1 i V,r" M .! May 3; 17 .iMlv I 1MP.S .Wil J4 1-' jl :;o Ma v July 1 MOM.V AND K( IIANl.i:. NLW YORK. April W : ' :i-.i it : !. ' Ml liv-U-'.i. I ' li'" tt.e N.-'V V -I. St" '-baiiire t..d.iV rn 1 i.t i I" i r 1 1 m 'ii'-y wa -y. ltats M-re per nt. Ti.e market f'-r prim-.- r--i i.t . . ; was dull. Cull nil ney in I.-.n i.n 'v:; ;- r Sterling Ex-baii?' ; .-t... : i ; r T.f. i.:h 7-:; iL-J bll-il.ess in I'.'lll k-r' at v7" I fn. iln.aii.l- .t 1- f'-r "i- Si -()i r,r . THOMSON AND McKINNON 201-202 J. M. S. Bldg. lember New ork !' k i:dnngf, New York Cotton i:ftianj;. N Orlean Cotton t:ifbaise, tbirago Stork y.ftiDf. hius. Itrl . f Trade and Indiana ItanUr' A.o eiatlon. Direct I'rit-te U ire, to All Market-.. PIIOMS IJoIl SOO-391. Home I'OJs-iOys UNION SHOE CO. 233 S. Michigan St. J I L, toK.KkJton St- O-j "SOLE SAVERS"