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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES A I LAY PROFESSORS BANQUET PRIESTS Cooney Delivers Drum Fire While Vurpillat Sits at Listening Post. Nr.tr Lame lay profr-sors l.üii t,I the priests of the u ni is: t y in the pir.k room of the ! i v e : hotel List night. The pMk'T' taMe was decorated with the IIhl'- t the a' li5. thocn nn ocnipyinc places f honor being Lev. John f.a.iii.n:!), Lev. Mathew ?. hiniachei IlfV. K ;;rnr Burke, liev. Thomas Barke; Profs. John M. Cocn , Francis J. Vurpiltat and To.tin.i.-fr William Is. Farrll. Music Wan f i j r ii i .-)('' 1 by four jm mters of the Notre Iame rrh tn. PilVn Patterson leading. a- i -r ,y Mes.-rs. Y i -i 1 . tjuinlan ari'l rrtnn Prof. William A. Herlitz yas chairman of the committee on rransfin- nts, ami Prof. Hol.ort L. (rffn', was the instigator r f the iiif'nu. Call to olhir.." On thA envrr of the menu i;inl "A 'all to the i'oll.iis" was print ed, an! the menu iflf was as fol low s: Carte, il's H.itloiis I ! s I r i t du Corps Fodder de Trn' h (irap' Shot Potage au Pigeon voynour Avlat'-iir le poulet Pare at Prfsoo fivr-c Creme I : i Regiment rumnif de Somme aec hör de Combat Let us camouflage Fritz avee he. UCOU i ? iure "nuvre 1 top" ("icrnc Bolshevik a la Zerovitch Tlun-ny Cookie Liquid Fire dernl-tasso Smoke SiT'-on par tout ensemble Attn k at "Zen)." Shock troops will attark in mi?s formation at ".f ro" half-past Fix; ol.jrrtivp. un gründe salient entre potage rt faff. Camp Is. FieM Marshal. William Farrfll. At th" I'orisiopo lirv. Micha I Q iinlan ? At thf iatf-nin I'ost .Tudffp r. J. Vurillat Italian rommuni'iuo Rov. Fupno T'urke Truni Kirf John M. Ooony Shrll Shock IIpv. Thomas Thirko HIGH SCHOOL NEWS Th- v.'kly ass-mldy at thf tilch .sliooI wis hfhl Thiirsday morn ins: Instead of Wednesday as in other v, er k. Th N'itif Damp Lard playr-l at thf hSi h school in tlif workly ns-ft-nihly and rfndfred several plrn- Inc s 'frtifn-. Th To!atinET clut) took a short iiko irninf diatrly after school Thursday afternoon. t'aul Jackson of thf Dfd.atinir hil Ipft for rdoomincton Thursday rrornin wliorf t; wt!! fntor in tho j-tatf' dd.at'nr moot. .MNt-rt Jndi. Felix Yisk, Fred Ktfflf. Fdward Morris and Fth"! "Vdsh will lfa for Lake "Forest this ntorr.in whore tiw-y v.ill (oni- ete in tho Iike Forest Fnulili nm t Ft. Ttie frohmep. fdnss i holdintr nil rhfar.-als for t!i fr-.-hinen as-nihty vhi h U to t tk- plao TVednday. April 2 THREE LIBERTY LOAN MEETINGS ARE STAGED T!ir- molt- 1 , i , - r t I . r t ?i;ftins v'i- end v : v t i 'Hun sii.i r.!-ht :it ! i ff : ii t in th- 'fy. At thf mt:n at Mt. I'U-i-.tnt school liuiw W M. ll.itn:ltn was thf M'r.iker; Kiii!-r I'.-ak w -1 in .-li.li !" th- :ii'-tin; at ll.t- I.iiuohi f- hoi. and Siim ivninill .-J k- .it th lnrtir. 'z .it the V( tinint-r rhurt h. aturiav aft-rn'Mi a iuin'ss :r,. t:iij f all of tlu- towp.-ihij, tm iii!t'es wiil h!.I at th !3!ks' :-;!1m !tvtMi l"o an! 1v" inern I'fi's o"' tri- v.ti'U- t i :i i 1 1 o es a i"e M"M t tl t !.( j i.'i.t aii'! iii.im' th.ir i-j'rt" en th' in'rs f th-.4 iriv- irj t a h f h-ir jat ti'Ula r tr i.tiri' FftiTt- a ill ie ma. at this li:n t n;i 1 1 1 srk and t' d,:'' '"'ttt:- Jilans ar.d nu'.tl: uf on 1 . : 1 1 n it. WILL OF HENRY BEEHLER LEAVES WIDOW ESTATE Th" will f thf lt- llfnt-y Moeh'.er of Inn tow n-ht . u a s V If d ootfrd.i for j-ro'ttf. Ail of tho tat-, t i.th ri'.il ar.d 'frsonal. H ! :u- ,;h'd to t)- widow. Cath-rrir.- M. Itr.-h! r, .V.riücr In r life, pnd at her de.ith what reriiain 5 ?o li.- divi!.! r.-.u-lly air.oi,- the .:!dt n. Th- vldov N r.aivrd as e. utnx if the estate 'Hie in-i-ti-iii-.r :,t u.,s eee'.:te,1 Jan. l'.'tT. WILLIAM WHITE APPLIES FOR ADMISSION TO BAR W'V.'.a-n J. White of .ejth l'.-rd. jrvtfrd.iy . implied to the St. Joej,h ti'.rty r -:. t civj't fir a i i S: ri to the l.tr to r.idio1 law in th: to inty. Mr. White h.. t e-Mi .. re-i-dor.t of South Itend si:u-r o.-t. .'. 1?17. n;.-. in- lier.- f; o::i New 'a.t'.e. Pa. Iii jet.tion w'.!' !r "ard h JudSc l'üiik at ? a. in.. A-.Til tin: i'lioPKi: way. The home vft,M;!(2 ! nar.ice ! hk nr.y othr !.i?inJ fntrpri.. Tl T.OUe'w ife should h.i' r a h'i;seh' !'. baric ateo:r.t. tn.ikhu tcu!ir !e j esit nnl I'.;. Tn all her t-iUs check. It !v the proper tv ty to con duct the financial affair of the home. We appreciate jm.all as well a. l.irre ar ount.' Merchant N i tlcr IJunk. Adv. Arc You An Where ur button? i ur lovalty. B".;y Third Liberty Loan Men's Furnishings will Summer Weight Union Suits $1.19 Fine ribbed cotton, long and short sleeves, ecru and white. See window display on Jetl'erson street. Men's Fancy Hose, mercerized stripes. Regular 5oc value at 39c. New Soft Collars for summer wear. Suits and Coats in Lively Sellins: Tomorrow we have planned for the biggest sale of the season in Coats and Suits. New York shipments have arrived; to these we have added from our own stock making an exhibit of over 1,000 garments. fSf THESE WOMEN WILL ACT AS REGISTRARS A list of the women who will e!w a r -e-iMt ars in the w ar .-erv-ue reiytration of wuiiien which will tei;in l'riihiy nioniins; was gien cut Thürs. la . Additional booths in the lifth ward hae Loon asigncd as fidlow.x: First prtcim t, Chapin State la iik; second precinet White's dru More. Washington av. and Walnut st.: third precinct, Linden .-liool and People's drut; store, 1 : 4 Lincoln way V.: fourth precinct, Kaley -i hKd and Lassa market, j l.)2 Linden a.; lifth precinct, gro cery store at corner of Iuvisior. and F.eilin ts. The C'oKiinh.a ti on Con- lumhia st. has lten ailded to the j places .f registration in the third ; pi et nu t of the tilth ward. ! '''!,. list of tci:isti.4rs follows: ! Mis Maude Weher. Mrs. James i Mine-. .Mrs. T.ilhert A. Klliott. Mrs. L. .1 Lent, Miss 'hur!otto White. Miss M.ny May White. Miss Alice e.d. Mis. W. 1. oT.ri'-n, Mrs. F. I. Speed. Mrs. Arthur P.a ker. Mi-s Lillian li eiidenstem. Mrs.. Sweet, Mrs. W;ilter lUoomtleld, Mrs. " i is I'attee, Mrs. Ionald M--.r - or. Mrs. l. V. t'hapin, Mr. F. La-ti.uin, Mrs. 1. M. liunnier sehmidt. Mrs. '.dne F. UufT. Mrs. W. H. Faker. Mis. C.M.r' W. Phil lips. Mrs. F. (T. Kcttilnpr. M:-s Addie Van den Fosch, Misn Koenthal. .iis. Fail tJiiu, Mrs. H. Kru. Mrs. Alexis Fo'iuillard. Mrs. (. F. Julian Mrs. F.eor-e Fi'dd, Mrs. .1. A. Kode, Mrs. 1 1 . ( Hollow ay, Mrs. N. L. .I..IU-S. Mrs. F. P. Austin. Mrs T.-es-r. Mrs. p. F. Travel s. Mrs. J..hn S hwaitz. Mrs. W. A. Fuel ee. Mis- Harriet Dunn. Mrs. II. J.-Two-nu. K. j. Fad. Mrs. J. Moore. Misj Sue F.irmody. Mrs. J. F. Wtleh. Mrs. Marc i'rass, Mrs. I'M ward Huff. Mrs. A. S. Irwin. Mrs. Höl ingen. Mrs P. K. Cn.'tz Mrs. Miles. Mis (Laie Wilcox, Miss M;u O'J Sh .nt. Mrs 11. nier Iiil'inson. Mrs. F. F. Montgomery. Mrs. F. W. Mil ler. Mil's Kitheiine Fole. Mrs. W. H. Fersh;n'. Mrs F. A. Mnrtin, Mrs. Adele Stüde, iker, Mrs. F. Pauimun. Mrs. F. W. M 'rse. Or. Alta M. For ai:i. Mrs Lyrtia Siwjir, .M re. J. Mrs. T. J. Su.mtz. Mrs. Clif tt.Mi Mines. Trs. J. W. Toyne American Show us the hule Bonds and Get One. Dress Shirts for Men Fancy Percales an d iinelv woven Madras, launJereJ and soft cutis. A new shipment just arrived, on sale tomorrow. Remarkable values at $1.25. Silk Neckwear at 59c All-Silk Ties, Hg open 4-in-hand, made of the tinest silk ties that usually sell at $1.00 to $1.50. A Word of Quality Merely cheap goods do not appeal to you. But .good goods, conserv atively priced, will please you and it .s this class of goods we have on display tomorrow. Serge Suits. Also Poplins and Gabar dines. Priced (fnr at SI 9.75 and . . . .)j,sJ are the best values we have to otfer this season at the price. Spring Coats at $15.00, $19.75 and $25 No better values have ever been o tiered in South Bend. W. 0. W. TO CELEBRATE 25TH ANNIVERSARY The 2ath anniversary of Fidelity camp. No. 2$. tf the Woodmen of the World will he celehrated Sunday rfteinoon at 2F10 o'clock at the hich Fchool auditoriuni with an appropri ate and patriotic program. J. Iv Fitzgerald of Kansas City, Mo., sov ereign auditor of the Woodmen o' tlie World, will he the principal speaker. The order has more than S.onrv rnemhers in the city, a larpe percentac-? of whom are expected to he present S'unday. In addition to this nuniher delegations from Foslien. Mishawaka. Log-ansport. Laporte and Lenton Harhor will he present for the occasion. The enter tainment is also open to the public The program is as follows: "Amer ica." audit nee and Ragpickers" or chestra: invocation. Rev. II. L. is; address of welcome. W. F. Cudy; response. Mead Fonsul Claud F Lte; clarinet solo. Carl Unser; "Ri ccraphy of Camp,' C. Hungerford: Woodman sonc. audience ard or chestra: address. O. K. itisrrald; banjo selection. Leo. p. Ward: yre- srntation of the veterans' clostnc ode. "The Star P.anner." I'OK SCHOOL CHI So that all South J -c hool 'hildren may have iay have at V1'1" hig Llheif jCiia unity to sop the le in pictures which has dv i such big crowds to the l.iSilT Wednesday ard Thursday, the ISalle Theater has arranged to gie a special showing of this tiln; Saturday morn ing from ? a. m to 1 p. m. for all children of school ace, and at the price of admission nevr hefere of fered two for rive cents, and dur ing these hours the price for adul's will be tive ents all o er the house in addition to the parade pictures the regular comedy feature will be shown, hut not the hlg five iei fea ture Alice JLady -n "The Knife." as same is not of particular interest to children, and by not being shown will allow the accommodation for more of the chi'dren th parade pi-- turcs are witl.out : doubt .est. thin e-r taken of this kind. The big feature, "The Knife," on after noon and ni-rht. ."F. 1 -1 Fidelity Cm, p. No. their 2Tth ar r. c- s.i i I, will hojl in the Hiuh Scb,. d Audltoi im i Sundav after noon. April L'lst at p. io. I'u'- l:c Is cordi.FIy in ited. :t 1 - - 1 'A A "SNIP Robertson Bros. Co. JUS? mir. r . a. m Quality First Shoes, Pumps and Slippers for Growing Boys, Girls and Little Tots Soft soles for the little tots in all white, tan; patent leather top and patent black kid top, at 64c and 75c. Boys' Oxfords, "Holland Brand," in "button, Blucher Lace and English cut of patent and calfskin; sizes 9 to 6 at $2.95 to $3.50. Boys' Oiled Flkskin, just See Our r 3 Y Tailored Hats in great varietv of straws, black and white, from $1.50 to $3.95 '. rt... DEFEATED 167-98 Proposed Increase of Federal Guaranteed Price Turned Down by House. WASHINGTON. April 1. Pro posed increase of the government guaranteed price of wheat to $2.50 was defeated tonight in the house which rejected by a ote of 17 to the senate amendment to the agricultural appropriation bill mak ing the change. This action sends the question back to conference and the senate now is expected to recede fco as to THINGS THAT WrAlCrA WOlH.n Vm i RATtAEQ HAvr fnniF S2.50 WHEAT IS TO PLAN eAStBALL" ; P nrtN OR jONCSo PYCOLOYV 1 . -1 v ' Vi Store opens 8:30;closes 5:30 Sat the thing for boys that are going out on farms this spring and summer; sizes 0 to 6. In lace, black and tan, at $3.95. Little Girls' and Misses' Oxfords, ankle ties and Pumps of Gun Metal and patents, $1.95 to $3.50 ac cording to sizes. Window Display. Special Showing of Five Hundred Trimmed Hats at $5.00 and $6.95 Tomorrow Saturday A wonderful showing of smart, stylish hats in black and colored lisere braids with trim mings of ribbons, flowers and fruits. Children's Hats MX ' ?1 not hold up the appropriation bill. Fnder the food control act the price of lids wheat was Jixed at SJ a bushel but by proclamation last February Prts't Wilson fixed .i minimum guarantee of $2.20 a bush el at the piincipal interior primary markets. Under the senate rider to the appropriation bill tfte price would be increased to JL'.U a bushel and the farmers local elevators made the basic market. A proposal to concur in the sen ate amendment and reestablish the interior markets as tho basis was re jected ISO to 19 and another to include the same guarantee lor the 1 9 1 S crop also was rejected. I'iniT iiAKci:.v ( 'h.w;i:. Fthel Fiedler, lti22 Prairie av., was arrested by the police Thursday night on a charge of petty larceny. 1 he complaint was made by Pansy Sarbar. Patronize the advertiser he is there to serve you. NEVER HAPPEN 1 TCOL06X" POP ' i . n m. .VffiKH il . to 9:30 p. m. JjflXSSPJ. Opening Washable Suits for Bovs French Middy Suits, Military Suits, Eton Nor folk Suits, Tommy Tucker Suits and French Suits. Hundreds of suits in Panama Cloths, Galatea, Linene, Chambrays, Repp and Madras; wonderfully tailored in great variety of combinations and trim minirs. Ages from 3 to 10. Remarkable Values from $1.00 to $4.50 Boys' Blouses and Shirts New summer patterns in shirts and blouses. made of washable light, uiii.uiLN ouu Lunars ;mu tuns, oizes irom 3 to 15 years, at 35c to $1.15. New Style Summer Hats and Caps for Boys A wonderful variety. Caps for playtime, hats for Sunday or dres occasions in mi;ur, plaids and novelties, for the little tot and the big boy. Prices from 59c to $2.9S. Spring Coats of silk poplin elty checks; ages 2 to Quality Undergarments of Muslin for Summer No woman visiting our Muslin Underwear Section tomorrow will have to take second thought of the value of these Exquisite and Popular Envelope Chemise at $1.00 and $1.50, made of pink batiste with colored embroidery at yoke. Beautiful Sleeping Gowns of Pink Batiste at $1.98 and $2.50. Thee are hand- somelv trimmed with dainty l.ices and colored embroideries. U. S. Casualties WASHINGTON. April lt. The casualty list today contained 72 names, divided as follows: Killed in action, 12: died of wounds, :!; died of disease, .": wounded severely, 7; wounded slightly, 4.". The list follows: KILLLL IN ACTION: Capt. James IL Miller; Corps. Henry L. iHimen, Russell A. Hoyt. Henry L Maxted; Mechanic Ralph P. J. Spconer: Privates Joseph F. Blair, Michael Meresowski, Reynold Neilson. William J. Noble, Fdwaid J. ('Prien. Frank J. Szolt, F,asil A. Timinons. DI KD OF WOUNDS: Privates Roland K. Cole, tscar Johnson, William Weiss. DI KI) OF DISLWSF: Lieut. Arthur 15. Warren, scarlet fever: Sergt. Ambrose Navier Buyett, pneumonia: Privates Robert L. Can drme. pneumonia: Ornie Nichols, pneumonia: Harry "Smith, measles. w j i n i ) i : i s i : v i: j 1 1: ly : Lieut. James F. )'Toole; Privates I'M ward Britton. William R. Davis. Cleorge J. Duto. Mi-diael Fangori. Victor Friese, Yagnns Perednea. WO U X D K I SLKJHTLY: apt. Nathaniel P. Frooks: Sergts. Martin II. McKenna, John M. Sr ber: orps. Walter J. lirennan, Al fred P. Gorman. William J. Mo Corron. Orson H. Rithmurn; Pri vates J. B. Barr-. Murray W. Uart btt. Purley J. Bateman, Josejih Bazins'd. Jose)h A. Uedard. Wilson Pdackweil. John D. Cooner. Leo Creteau. Arlington C. Fullen. Ralpli F. fMiirn.ds. Uli It Farmer. Jo seph J. Cannon, Arthur P. dorman. Joseph James fM!is. Jure--. Li oris. Crange-, Custav Helpa. F. Hitchcock. Fdward L. Howard L. Jardir.e. Bill Joseph J. Kane. Arthur L. Chirloi Newton. Clarence F. Newton. Cornt'ius O'RourKe. .N'ico- lino Patierno. Arthur C. Peterson, W. titer I'. Q linn. Charles K. B(d)in via. Kdgar R. Robinton, Charles C. S'.-t-bui k Joseph 1 Sheridan. Har old R. Sleeper. Jep-y ''. Stewart, ll.iiry R. utton. Linier H. Tarbox. Jan.'-- P. Tro, Frai.k M. Vonr.es, Ralph W: ranis. Don't say you siv It In ths newspaper. Say News-Times. P Interesting Prices on Towels Just arrive.!. Was TviereJ ,u;r Ja:L..u sale. Was dekuwi in transit. 25 Dozen Half Linen Huck Towels, airea ! hemmeJ. Sale puce 45c each, r $5.00 dozen. Sale of Summer Suits and dark percales and Washable Summer Dresses For Little Children and Big Girls Smocked Dresses for Little Tots 2 to 0 years; also belted models 20 new styles in colored ginghams, plaids and stripe some combined with plain colored ehambrav priced tmm 75c to $1.75. Washable Dresses for Girls 12 to to years, poplins cham brays, iringhams in plaids, stripes, checks and plain co!.i- at $1.25, $1.50 and up to $6.95. Dresses for the Girls at an ace hard t tit. Wa-h dres of many styles and colors from $3.95 to $8.95. Coats for Girls and and taffeta coats of wool serges in plain colors and 6 at$2.95 to $5.00 girls 6 to 14 years from $5 to $10. MEN'S BIBLE CLASS HEARS TWO SPEECHES The Men's Bible class of the Westminster Presbyterian church met in the church hall last niuht. i Samuel Pettingiii gave an interesting t j talk on the third Liberty loan, after j which William Happ read a paper j on the "Coming Democracy." Music was furnished by members of the class. MAHKI Mill MCKNSI-X Teofil Kazmierzak, mobUr. South Rend, and Mary Ciesiolka. domestic. South Bend. Theophiel Van Vooren. lab-uer. Mishawaka, and Jennie Penasb New Carlisle. Robertson BupiiteB Company 5 Business Bouxs: 7 Special Sale of 5,000 long stem Roses at 29c doz. 500 Bunches Sweet Peas at 12c On Saturday Morning at 9 o'clock. Only 2 Juzen Ruses v:ll be sold tu an v une distuner. i ! Children (GERMANS ARE HAVING ! TROUBLES AT MUENSTER j WITH THF A M F F I "A v" AFMV ; IN FRANCj:, Apr:! Fc Tl..- :. -tiv -I ities of the Carman n,:iu..t a ;;!.' r ; ities ;n suppressing p: -opa a: :d . ai honif aie shown in the f. o '.'.. n -, quotation from a man " I- : r ; Which has beeil reCej; .,; A : i . e r . . : a n b a d quart e rs : "Baron on d i '. cener . J niil)d;ng the s.--. enth ler :.. 1 1. ::;-.y ; i orps in Muej--t r, : . . m i m irks to the pei -ori who - . - -eels in in.p;-at:ng a n L -1 : -1 : i : Aiueri'. an ag nt gr.ilty -f I' i":'r I disturbaiK-es or ie;..I :t;..:, ,,. t!.; -I disti; t. in si !i a i;iai!'.- r ::.: 1. - Iii X ' .e CO 1 1 de I j ; I d 1 y a . ' ' ?:3d to 5:30 rXSr A Saturday 9:30.