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American Destroyers Bag 38 Germans on Sub U-58 THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES I 77-. i .j l n - ii (DivL Ii 1 I I : iuL "V WASHINGTON, April 19. An official announcement of the recent arrival at an Atlantic port of 38 Germans captured by Amer ican destroyers with the submarine U-58 shows that among the prisoners are the commanding officer, Capt Lieut. Gustaf Anberger, and four other officers as follows: Ober Lieut. Zur See Otto Van Pitgen; Manne Ober Engineer Paul Schroether; Lieut. Zur Sec, reserve; Frederick Muller and Warrant Officer (nav. and deck) Henry Röpke. The capture was made by the destroyer Fanning assisted by the destroyer Nicholson in European waters on Nov. 17 last. The prisoners were held by the British until a convenient opportunity occurred for transporting them to the United States. Now they will be traiirferred to the war department for internment at Fort lcrncrson, ua. period when the hlppin program. vov c.ii:i.m: is m M'li i h.-ivinff he-en in the meantime c;.r- AMSTrJKPAM. April ?. Vice I rierl out, America will become Hng- Adrniral von apel!e. Cerman min- land s world freight carrier.' rin' warfare l.efor the main com mittee of the reichst.! !er l.irerl that rhe new l'-h";it nn-t ru lion exceed- .1 lhf !os.-es and that the f ffect-r"-nrs.s of Ihf su 1 marines has in- Teamed. He fjuoted tijiires to f-roe hi-? contention hat the U-boat .-mklnjrs were thrive to sixfold the 5nnaKe of the new Unti.-h construc tion Tlir minister declared that the American destroyer?. "which had Keen so much talked about," had failed in tbfir object, and he is q joted hy the semi-ofTicial Wolff bureau of Merlin as saying with ref orenco to ship buildinpr: "Kor the carrying out of Amer ica's Riant paper program America must first Viy lown thf ship yards. caitxijs rir;riu:s MISL!LIIN(a, CliAIM. LONDON. April ly. According to a statement issued olTkially to night, the Mru-es friven by Admiral von Capelle in his speech are mis leading and contrary to facts. "Kxaererate.l figures of losses are still relied on by the enemy," says tile statement. "The average of monthly lose-; of Iiritish ships in 1 i 1 7 was "on. 000 gross tons, where as Admiral von Capelle hur-s his argument on oer 600,000 tons. The figures for the quarter ending March 31 will be published shortly when it will be seen that the claims made of a continuance of the drop in the rate of losses is officially justified. "With regard to fteel, the first lord of the admiralty already has "After prodigious promises Amer- I assured the house of commons that .ca in 1517 built "."0,000 gross ! arrangements have been made for re-ister tons of t-ea-Koins; ships. The j a supply of stet 1 to Rive the output large mercantile fleet placed on j aimed and at the present time the order America does not want for ship yards are in every case fully the war, but for the post-bellum supplied with this material." bRENAD EMS ARE VALUABLE ASSET Private Lebrun of France Is Champ with Distance of 220 Feet. Irish Parties to Oppose Draft of Their Young Men rm:xrn front. April r.. Throwing hand-grenadey has be come a. faorite sport among French infantrymen and its practice is -'reatly encouraged by the officers, kecords rre kept and competitions arrant;ed frequently amnnk' the men f the arious units and rivalry in j .kill has reached a hich point. ! lv)XIxN, April 19. The leaders of the nationalists in Ireland, in cluding the Kedmondites, who now are led by John Dillon, the finn IViners. G'Urienites, luborites and ! tlericaTs i;re united in their deter ! mination to resist conscription "by i the most effective means at our dis j rosal." which is the wording of a it-solution passed at a meeting of "i-hops at Maynooth. For the first time in many years the nationalists met the Dublin Sinn n.il "rfnri1ier inu.t he rtronir. ac-i . urate a m quick. It ha been 1 'inr "I their tdd enemies. Wil- r -und .v the instructors that any'liam ISrifn and Timothy llealy, man of" normal physical capacity I 'hl,e la,'or "-presentative. who m;.v fulfill these conditions h:iv n" h('ei1 very friendly to the The leading promoter of effieiencv i nat,ona,;,B ,n recent years. alo in hand-Krenado throwing in th w"et ''mntt , at lhe conference, French army is a naval man. I.ü-wt. i which wa held under the chairtnan Uehert. who even before the war "h'P-- of tht lord mayor. The .inu -,o oll bnovvn thrnn-rlumt Vranr.. i h'ine" wtre loudl' Cheered When they arrived at the mansion house. The outcome of the conference was that a committee composed of John Diilon. Edward a. an expert on athletic.". In fact. it was h who founded the Univer- sitv of Athletics in the xirinitv of i i.hs .H.r. hm- uprp vcirntifii-I Jo,,n Dulon. Kilward De Yulera. allv trained in all branches of Timothy üealy and a labor reprc port5. I iciit Hebert has compiled rrc ords of long throws. Among them hishops meeting at Maynooth. wher? . i the resolution mintpil wu :irlnnte,l are manv reports or remarwaoie t res. which are interesting to ball! sentative wtih the lord mayor Dub- ( lin was appointed to attend th lhe nu-etins: also directed that j public meetings should be held in I the parish next Sunday at which a ; pledge should be administered in j the words of the resolution. Masse-: I of int' .-cession also will be held in J tery Catholic church. ! In the meantime the authorities, j although they do not expect that ; nny conscripts will be called until ; the home rule hill is on the Statut-; ! books, ar taking steps to deal with the situation, which to say the least i? threatening. Field Marshal Lord French V players in the American army who after their training period is over, may find time to enter some of the competitions new hems at ranged for soldiers- of all the allied armies. nme of the loncrest distances are: Lehnin Holds Itcvonl. Prhate Lebrun of the 70th infan try repriment. '220 feet in one direc tion. -On feet in the other direction, an average of -11 feet siv inches. Private FUcnarous of the ISth in fantry regiment. L' 1 0 feet 11 inches .i: "a- -. .. - ;nr.v. i "'in .oarsna ioro rene i. cum- in orif uirri in'ii, -v- 1 1 i i i n v j i t: - - - in the other, an average of :06 feet j ander-in-chief of the forces in the , The grenade thrown weighs one - -'stenlay ith his staff, round and two ounces. In com-! Tho nationalists, or at least the rctition two throws are mad in I majority of tlirm, are understood to ... Hirrfionv: nn. the avfML'P ",,,r w.n-u n a.-Mani ironi ar 9 I f;itance is credited to the thrower. Thus no competitor obtains any ad vantage from the lay of the ground tendance in the house of commons during the crisis, thus adopting the attitude of the inn IViners who Other competition take account "v i"""""'-'u, o;:i nae of the accuracy of the throw and nver attended. of the speed with which the gre- i nades are thrown. The host per- i DCLILV tb UTULUh'b formance registered hitherto in this ( latter competition is that of Private ptel of the 4?th Infantry regiment k in one minute, threw 44 gre- M'FiFOLK. Va.. April 1?. V. J. vith which hf made 2 7 di- WENT DOWN IN STORM i Iliiey. third officer of the steamship ' rect hits at a distance of 7 fet cn J .moico. mki nere tonight he i.e-; a target about six feet hUh by sixj'ied the missing naal collier I foot wide. j Cyclops went down in a heavy storm j ; which the Amolco encountered off i th coast last March ). Th Amolco left a West Indian port three days WOMEN SUFFERERS MAY ! ahead of the collier. Iliiey said his i HEED SYAMP-ROOTiTU.rd Thous.ir.d upon thoumd- of, women have kidnev and Mad lor trouble and never suspevt it. ras l-ound to Tl.. -.ton. i maged and that her : i ralio room was flooded the wire- i i ; Ws being put out of commission Women's complaints often prove tJ..:V non vou consider that r, pe nothing else but kidney trou-; rinC:JS and oo will mav easi ' !e o- the rC5u t of kidr.ev or rdad-! , . . i . ,e. o. m - promoted by the gift cf an !er disease If the kidnes are rot in a healthy condition, they may cau.-e the other -rgans to l-evome diseased. Pain in the l-ick. headache, loss of ambition. r.ervounrss are often times .symptoms of kidney troutde. Don't delay starting treatment. Dr. Kilrmr's wamp-Iict. a physi cian's .rer'ription. ol-tainej at a:f' drug store, may be ju: the remedv n-edd to overcome su- h con.litions. Tin: xst or suvsinvi; In the home rind office is but a hap ly be occa- 1 sional box or bouquet of cut flowers, j Try it once a week and watch the j effect. Williams & Co.. Florists, 13S S. Michigan st. Home phene 2227, Hell phone 769. Advt. LOOK AIII'AD. One. of the wisest thir.es a person ever did vras to start a savings Lank ! account nnd to each week save some i i-.irtien of their earnings. Thus In I'.rt a medium or large si.e bottle ; yTii to rome you will b-ok back immediately from any drug -tore. ar(1 v,c R uJ you i,l0ked ahead. One However, if ou vn ;-h T";r.-t t t t ; dollar will start a savings account this gnat preparation send ten , am we vilj p.ty four j,er rent ntcr. , . :.t, to Dr. Kilmer Cv. Pmham- Farmors Trust Co. Adv t. :-n N. V.. for t Mmpic ittle. ; i nd mention , Anting be sure ft in in t- - - " .t::n-". -I The drastic conditions of the woolen market is becoming more serious we have repeat edly stated in our advertising that there was a shortage of woolens; that prices of woolens were rapidly increasing. The present orders of the Quartermaster General to the woolen and worsted mills m the country, which requires the mills to put all their looms on government work, practically puis a stop to the manufacturing of civilian cloths. Yc cannot predict now how soon we will be compelled to increase the price of Sherman's Clothes but we are today prepared to take care of our thousands of patrons at our present price, SI 2.50. We can confidently make this assertion that the suits we are selling today at si 2. So, the ordinary retailer cannot afford to sell the equal of quality for almost double our price. OUR ADVICE TO YOU is buy now while our assortments of fabrics, styles and sie is still complete. YYe do not advise our customers to buy more clothes than they need but we do strongly advise that if you intend to buy in a short time to make your selection now. mm Your choice any suit in the store $12.50. Saves you exactly $7.50. f f A c .: v Real $20 Spring Suits. Save the ordinary retail er's profit. Our present stock is practically the very largest we have ever carried we prepared ourselves, anticipating an enormous selling for this season; knowing well that our wonderful values will bring hundreds of new patrons to our store. Ye can announce now to our thousands of patrons that Sherman's Clothes will always be sold at very lowest possible price that good, honest made, durable clothes can be sold for the Sherman quality knows no competi tion. MAKK TOMORROW YOUR DAY to come to Sherman's and do your buying. Remember our warning, do not nut off your buving any longer than you possibly have to. Safeguard yourself against much higher prices later. 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