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MONDAY !; VEXING, .11 I.Y 29, 19IH.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES uijDiDi7Armrr: j 1 IjTII 1 ljl yil Y ca; i i dm E FORMER i Lorenzo D. Lec Arrested For Possessing 17 Quarts of Whisky. Lorenzo r. !'. S. I'uüi! -: . tir.ti! Tecentlv a member of th- So mil FVp'I police dep.u tir.ent. wa- ar rktfil late M.'jr'!,iy night, charged 1 1 Ii having the unlawful posse-sioH of liquor. Although the former policeman" arrtst took pla e Saturday ni-'ht. his apprehension was kept a secret by the police thtough the ordern of Asst. Chief Ca-snly until Munday morning. hen th" name of t hi t- for mer offner appeared .n the city court docket. Along with Le. 'iiiist Cibachird, a former bartender, was placed un der arrest on the iiiif ha:ge. Ao toidlng to the police, the informa tion which led to and (libae hard'n arrest wa- obtained Friday night. Tho story toid by tbe polb e i- that late Friday night Patrolman Arthur Peterson was in the nih norhood of Billy Meers' plaie at the corner of Hydraulic and La-al!e 3. The officer saw .111 automobile draw up in front of Me vers place. It looked auspicious to him. and h walked over to the machia. Vlml IT Quarts. Lee ip naid to have just Kotten to the ground on one side, and ;i bachard on the other of the auto mobile. "What have you -ot here?" Pet erson 5 aid to have asked Lee. "You know. Take a look."' l.-e is aid to have answered. Patrolman Peterson s said to have then stepped up on the tun ning board of the machine and to have begrün an investigation. He is said to have found 17 juarts of whisky. After making the discovery of th whisky. the patrolman turned to a-,k Eee and 1 1 bt( ha I d wllf they i:ot tlie whisky. Unl they are said to have ro:np!etei- di.-appeai ed. N'o trace of them could b I'miinl l.y Peterson. The officer then took the vvhiskv to police headquarter.-, and mad' a report, to .t-. Chief Ca-sidv. War rants for the ,irrt( of le and Oi hat'hard were sworn out Saturdav morning, and a s-ai i h was begun for the two nun. They were found late Saturdav night. The fart of their ane-t wax 1 lo- lv guarded i ' tlte police until Mondav morning through the order of tlie assistant chief. .VM Ow fop Kaiiitila). In city ourt Monday mot v. i u 1; .fudge Gilmer set the cases against the two men i.w n for a hearing Saturday merning. Le was disini.v-ed from tlie polic department a short time ago follow ing the hlinfc of charges apraint the officer b Leo LeHIanc that the of ücer had attacked him unw arranted 1 on the afternoon of the dou'oie Mishawaka murder, und had ac cused him of bfjnj; the murderer. The police authorities, however, never allowed tlie charges a.iinsi the officer to ome to a heating le foii the board of public safety. Aft er much rn sterious action upon the part of the authorities, Asst. 'hief ''assidy is haii to have inpd le's home one afternoon a few days be foi e the date upon which the hear ing before the board was to have roint- up and to hav discharged him. Although Iiee contended that 'assid had no authority to dismiss h:m. contending that such a tion WrtS solely within th powo- of the board, be remained otT th depart -men. The hoard th'n refused to sivr the oftirrr a hearinz. -ain tliat the charges against him liaii been di-posfd of v. hon h4 was dis missed. ENTERTAIN FOR ENSIGN TO LEAVE FOR SERVICE Horoting Pr.sign T:. Ort," Probst, t .". S. N. R. F., wiio will !eao Tues day n;orn:n for Pelham B v Pari. N V.. fo - aettv. erv:. e. Mr-s Ruth Probst. N. st . cnte-tamed Cö gurrt at a lareweü iarty Sundav nlicht. The nulitrv effei t wa- . .li ned out in the house deco: atiotis and a feature f the evenu.g wa- a fag hunt, the f a o beitig awar.ie.J to Mis Pe-th. P.cie A mu-ical program rendere.i !.v the St. Jo- feph school orchetra. Tlv out-of-town guest were Mis Nobel Hoop ingarner of Elkhart. Mr. and Mrs. Harry p. loom and son of Miuile bury. Ind.. and Miss- .viaro-'.t Kritz ner. of Ni'.eb. A IUI I Y Fs IN I HAM P.. Mrs J. F. l. tf:. : :;. . y; H.r.ey v his received wo:d the s, , f . rrival overseas of t;-i nephew tiovvn.l W. M.iiav, ol lv.n:n:i. Ky. Mr. Muiin- i- a niemLe; or r "-.. p!,l. 1 ur.t o le. w h h i ; n . i a r e of f . I i l f ; o . . . f Iit;n?!or; "l"h ui-.:; Is -.oop 2 ? rt r. e n a ri : PATBOLMAH ITH HAVING LI Uli OR -ei l i w. i iic i:ii..'-. I r t e t -.t . i . ; - " s r ... IMI NA' M.IS In.i .1 A ! 1 ; : . ; ' t . i x . : : s e n.bv f -: t he f ode a J ai! a d ..d ;?. ri'-' a ' Wa stuti oo I t a U e - rrf! ' e rr - d - whirl, , ein it th" m ro d n Inn. an i to ;i . ; a ' red it J far to pitr--!.- "f h ftat fair to b beid her th.s our. tat AAin Annrir muAf JtU 11 Y flL VIS nJLJXJKJ I I J V Y X V DE A THS Mils. kcicf:l vit c.ij)vi:ll. Alte. Kachel We.'t Caldwell. ST ears old. a resident of German town-hip. died at 4:40 o'clock Sat urday aft'-rnoon following a three cars ilir.em of the complication? due to old age. She j- survived by three children. '. W. Caldwell, m V. Marion St.. i:. aldwcl ot Cerrnan township. and M. ca!dnell. o':: Sherman a1. A bitrther, l'rank Harne, live ri Kuchanau. Mich. Mrs. Caldwell vas born t. IT. In.:, in pennsvl 'ai ia. and riit cjinif to Indiana at he ae .f -,.n f.;ns. T il i r t --e e n Vat- a' moveil to the farm in C.t-riii.üi township which has been known, since then, as the Caldwtll home, in lv,7 Mis. Caldwell was united 111 marriage to Ca.-ins Cald well. Mr, aldwell has been a" member of the Methodist IJpi.scopal church, and was a regular communicant there until her illness three year? ago. She was also very active In building up the little church now designated as the Portage chapel, and too!; great pride in its growth. The funeral will be held Wednes day afternoon at 2 : Z 0 o'clock t Portage chapel, Kev. Claud- Youn orhc iatinj,'. Kurial will l,e in the city remeterv. ! FUNERALS l pn:iiM) r. kki:k. T:k- funeial services for Pier.-on : C. IktKer will be held at 2 o'clock i Tuesday aftfiiinoii at T 4 4 Klaine av. Services will i,e hebl at St. Peter' Kvangehcal church at L':10 o'clock, din. Hugo Weichelt officiating. iUJr jial will be in Highland oineierv. j CAPT. BOSENBURY TELLS OF RAPID GROWTH OF MEDICAL RESERVE I While paying high tribute to (the men who have gone to the bat ! tie f,ont. Capt. Charles S. Bo.sen- ''tiT.v. former South Pend health of ficer, declared that the men at the front aie not the only ones who aro gning their services to the Pnited States Jn this war. in his address before the. members of the Chamber of Commerce A their noonday luncheon Monday. In-. Uosenbury paid hb;h tribute to the medical men who have enlist ed with I'm le Sam in the war. He referred to the medical reserve corps bv saving that when war broke out between the I'nited States an i Cei -manv. there were 7m members of this corps, and since war began 22. MiMi physicians have volunteered their services, and these services have lieen accepted. The speaker dwelt upon tlie work that is beintf done by the physicians left at home 0 aid the building up of the physieial condition of the men before they are sent overseas. He tdd of the leconMruction division of the medical corps. 'apt. Posenoury leaves Tuesday for Camp Cordon. Atlanta. Ca.. wheie- he will 1, attached to thi medical department of the army at that place. STILL HOLD PAIR ON SUSPICION. AS SLACKERS Rush Paily, Cumheiland. Md.. and Steve Keel, i. Buchanan. Mich, the two men taken in the "sweep for slackers" made by the police and home guards Saturdav afternoon and evening, ate still being held bv the police upon orders of the exemp tion board authoiities. Neither of the inei, were able to show then legislation cards, while contending that thev had dulv registered at their respntive homes. No one has been received from Cumberland and Puchanan legarding the statu of tlie two men. and they will be held until the authorities do hear. SCOUTS FINISH CENSUS OF TREES IN TOWNSHIP ; Th.it p.nt of Y. M . C. A. troupe : No. which, under the direction of Scoutmaster Cunningham. has been in amp at Riddle lake and has engaged in taking a census of .all black nahmt trees in that hc;j it.. has returned from work in l.akevüle. where the boys thorough ly tanv;rsv,., fnion tow nship. a task inv olv in- t hi ee days. According to sVoutniasin Cun imii;Imim. the work Jias p:oveI es pc. -ati-factorv . Yliilc in cainp it R.ddb lake full scyut regulations were oi'serv.(l, the bo s enjoying an oii'm at the same time they xvere ! per forming a ;:srful service. ;T0 GIVE PICNIC FOR 1 DEPARTING1 FAMILIES I All the mem hers of the Pirst jPapti-t church will hold a picnic dinner Tuesday evening in Leeper park, honoring the two families Mi. land .Mrs. F.. II. Worden. 217 F. Du- I bail a.. and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. j Smith of River Park, w ho ire leav ing the ,iiv. Mr. and Mr. Worden j will mke their home in K ansa t':tv. Mo. nnd Mr. and Mis. Smith . : n t'.ihl'H ii; . WEARING WRIST WATCH EASY FOR GEORGE SANDS t '. ' o. i : . on '.oi.i N. 2 Mmiilay o 'i.:rilli le.-IVefi the follfiWillJ lin t u-t en t ic ' ; Ml tl'OU Attv. Geol. Si "ijs ,;o UM heir- VV i t h tl. x : Si.'.ith Perd men tor Cue. p ' 7..H-I..1 ' v T i v lo i I .o i :s ii 1 e. K v . a j vn e a tu Tue-da . Tii.' i.is; thii'C a s.-.!,io-i n to 'o ! ( :i r h w i t-t watch Hugh , ..: e; ha oi atiri.oj to our iln i"ion. ' lr i ! , EW OFFICES TD Definite Plans For Student Nurse Campaign Not Yet Completed. .'o definite plane have been made as vet b. Mrs. Victor F. Jones, re cently appointed county chairman of Hie I'nited States .student nurses' leserve for the local part in the nation-w ide ' campaign for siuden'. nurses which opens today. other than opening the office of the wom en's tectlon of the county coun cil of defense, located on the fourth floor of the Oliver annex, for the enrollment of volunteers each day between the hours of U and T o'clock. The call which is ent out by W. C. Corsa. Mirgeon . general of tho United State army. is lor able bodied young women, between the ayes of 19 and 5. Their registra tion at this time hinds them to be i" readiness until April 1!, 1 i 1 9 . for assignment to a training school, ci vilian hospital or Army Nurses' school for the instruction that will lit them for the moie arduous duiiej upon the tiebl of action. In his statement to the young women of the I'nited Stales (Jen. Corgas has said in part: "If I ere a joung woman and wanted to do my country the great est service in my power. I should go at on.-e to the nearest recruiting sta tion of the women's committee of the council of national defense and eniolf in the I'nited States Student Nurse Reserve. Thi enrollment would ai once make me a candidate for the army nursing school or for one of the civilian training schools tor nurses. I cannot conieie of a more valuable service, a more wom anly service. I can give every girl who enrolls in the reserve my per sonal assurance that she is making herself count, and I should be ashamed of any woman who did not long with all her heart and soul to make herself count in the defeat of Germanv." so c i alTervice COU NCIL ORGANIZED IN CITY FOR CONSTRUCTIVE WORK w. i:. pi esident Miller has been elc ted of a new organization in the city for social .service work to be called the Social Service Council of South P.end. The council, which came into being largely thiough the efforts of Rabid Julius A. Lei bert. has for its object the promo tion of constructive, scientific, so cial work, the interchange of idea" and information on social questions, ami the development of personal ac quaintance among social workers. Other officers of the organization who were elected at the fust meet ing held at the Y. W. C. A. are: Rev. A. M. Eells. vice president, and Mis Irma Collmerf secretary treas urer. The council will meet at the second .fonday in each with the exception of Jul. and September. dinner montli August AMERICANS DISCOVER BIG GUN EMPLACEMENT 1 lllel'i.t t iona 1 News S"tic-: WITH TIIK AMFRICAN ARMY AT TUP AISNK (night. July 2x. A great new gun emplacement, be lieved to have been prepared for a cannon of the calibre that bombard- ! ol l ans, was discov ered bv Amer icans near Nanteuil, when they ad vanced west cf Pruyere. (Nanteuil sector is about C1 mile from the northeastern suburbs of Pans. ) It is definitely ascertained that an emplacement found near Brecy was for a naval gun to be used in the bombarding of distant areas on tho day of the resumption of the Ger man offensive. ARMY TRUCK DRIVER IS FATALLY INJURED International News Servbe: RP'HMONI. Ind., duly 2 Frank Conanl. army tru k driver of Svraouse. N. Y.. is believed to be lying at a local hoepital here today as the result of injuries sustained when the truck he was I riving skidded from the toad near here .and pinned him beneath ir. i'onant 1 n.iii i.uif n oenino ine oiner mem - bers of the army truck train wa attempting to catch up and w lth them when the accident occurred. TO BRING BACK BODIES OF MEN DYING ABROAD International Nws Service; INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. July 29 Bodies f Indiana soldiers dying abroad will be brought hack to for mer homes after the war and huried at government expanse, the war de partment 1ms notified Harry R Snutb. adjutant enei,! .... r ii con ates ;i:n. it 1 1 1 i .1 :. 1 U I 1 li 1 Ü ill.. I N 1 H s rl U'f : l.NnN. .lulv -King C,ev.!2e tn.t.o deriate.i Jiilin Pi.ldl d tb.e Atiieiian annv with the in- -iiii, of a knigbl -o m o 1 a n 1 v of the P.. it); Raldle tb is h-oi t ,e rtn 1 lioP.o: at v member the oder. ; -iitiKi: chi.i.MMs. j I . i- tti 1 f 1 "n.i I oo er !": ! LN"PN. .P'iy T!ir Mukf f pi in" ions wrkers at ("oventr' h-i-rÜ3po(. iho r,ven:it New eLVei !oi i y. NR WOMEN LOCAL AND FOREIGN MARKET IS QUIET BUT TOME STEADY:: General Motors Falls Seven Points on Two Transac tions Reaching 143. N K W YORK. July Stock continued dull in the late trading today despite the most favorable war news. Profession als were not inclined to take hold with any degree of con fidence and the market dragged along. Sentiment however fav ors purchases on any recessions. Intern.itioun 1 New. Service: NEW YORK. July The stock market opened quiet but steady today with the feature the dropping of General Motors seven points on two transactions to lPk There was perisistent accumulation of the St. Paul issues, the common moving up "-4 to 4 4 1-4 while the preferred moved up to 75. The other railroad stocks showed only fractional changes. Tobacco Products were strong at the start, moving up 1 - to TO 7-S and Mexican Petroleum was 1- Ir.gher at 1U l-J while Wilson moved up 1 ::-4 to U.". 4-1. Steel Common was 1-2 higher at 10S 1-4 but later receded to 107 nly slight changes were noted in the other steel industrials. Trading was of a mid-summer character during the forenoon with very few brokers on the floor. Some specialties were very weak. General Motors dropping to 141. a loss of nine points. This had a dis turbing influence on American Su matra, causing its price to break over three points to l 4 "-4 from which it rallied to 12 1-4. The general lit was very dull with prices practically at a stand still. Steel Common hunir up around 1". Tobacco Products showed strength, moving up 1 1-S to Tl -2 and Virginia Carolina Chemical was :i-4 up at "1 1-4. South Bend Markets Rain and rrrn. iCorrrclcl l)iiy lv .1, VT. nurrfll. trr MUM. Hydraulic At.) V-'UKA'f Paying .2 us pr bu. A I S Pay jug 7ä-; selling sö5 !. per bu. BRAN Selling. l CO per hundred. M!DILI.(JS Sei Mn sr. 2 Pr hundred L 11 UPI EI) KEEP Selling. XI -Selllnjr. 150 per SCRATCH KEEP- Selling, $4.0 pr cwt. HAY. STKUV AMI IKF.Il. (f orm ted Daily lv the AVenlev Millrr I lour and Irl Co.. 4 0 . Mlrliicn.) ItYE Paying $1 fo per bu. HAY Paying $12 to $11; selling I to 520. ST II AW $S tu : celling ..Oc a b OATS Parin 7V; selling K5- to WV. SHELL CUK.S i'aying l.oO; selling. 1K). EAR COltN Paying $1.50: selling. 1175. TIMOTHY SEEP-Paylng $4 per bu. ; felling. $4.75. ALFALFA SEEP (Montana grown), selling. $la per bu. CLOYEU SEED Paying $17 bu.; tIl Ing. $20 per bu: SOY HE ANS Selling $4.75 bu COW PEAS Selling. $4 75 bu. L.IVX: STOCK. (Corrected Daily by .Major Bros 8. Lo- Kan St. Mlshavtak.) HEAVY FAT STEEKS Fair to good, pria.e. MilQc. IPMLs 12urfi i:.o lbs.. lrjofipio lbs . 1 V ; loo up. 17c SEEDS. (Corrected Daily by AVamrr lln.t. eeil More, lit V.. Wayne 6t.) 'f I MOTH Y s I25r(j $4.73. REP CLOVER 1 5 ö I WHITE CLOVER $33. A LS I K V. $ 1 1 50 it $ 1S.WX. ALFALFA $111$ 14. SWEET CLOVER $16S$1S COW I'EASj $.1X0ß$2j.(U. SOY BEANS 4.50(0 $5.50. BLUE OR ASS 44. FIELD PEAS--$L50S$5.75. MILLCTT 3Q4si.?5 (iE KM AN MILLET $C3 3 50. J Al'AN ESE M I LLET $2o"ft $1. MAM M OT II CLOVER I9 $22. rOl'LTKY AND MEATS. (Corrected Daily bj Jlminle'a Market, 123 E. Jefferson Illrd.) VEAL Paying. 17c; elllng. läfOo. BEEF Kotit. 30.-; bulling. 20;; por Utrüouie. tM&iiOc; alrloln. 45(i5ö. HAM PajTug. 2U-ie. elliDg. 33-. LARD PajlDg, 2sc. selling. 32c. LI Pr MAM 9. CiREJ:N HIDES lüe to 15c. TALLOW 2. rough. VO(Ij--K3G7c; calf 20g;uv. DENIES INDIANA FAILED TO MEET JULY DRAFT REQUIREMENTS BY U. S. Iiitern.itioiiril News Service: INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. .Ju'y :f. Mnj. Robert C. Ralt.ell. -tale ion cription agent in Indiana. today denied the report recently circulated which had it that Indiana failed to meet with the requirements for men made iluring the July draft call. "Indiana made the best showing of tho three states (Indiana. Ken tucky and Wisconsin. It was call ed on for 7.770 and s,..pt 7.614." said Maj. Daltzel!. 'The quota from th TIosier cities and counties were nearly up to the proper amount and the shortage of men was no: due t any sir. ele l-oar.1 'e.i.g extreme ly shor t b '! 'rly i.:i-.-iiN a -hort-:i.e of one two ii.e't fi .m aiii. ' s.at;-ic. 00. itls t.er fl.e -:.,ti Thes'- ltit-!l. boWeVf. fithe-- ll i" rri."ii at :nip or will n iie. in- aniurh as th-v we;e pernii'led to entf.iin with runt irtuls fiom .ti- in o:tie- -t.iN s ivlif: i. tb.e. v h-ti !.i!''d .ind Wi-;e pei t.i :Ved to -rit,".H.n fi i.in s :""b (-om's iT;-.;l t'.f i.ei'l -.mpe!led To 'etun ' lllr lnd:.ti.:i h.oiie to 'Mo wph (h O'lie. of their ho , 1 fj ll d .t 11.1 piTnfi:. of Trii ii f rr.ih-d ro. 'h'' tu! e " 1 ! .15 .1 'be rn h'jndel mark." New York Stocks; Closing Prices iitTn.-ition! New Srrvi: NFW York, July flosinc m ; cs on the Mock exchange today we i e ; A.l. ix Ru'oher A n.ei u a n Ca n American Car and Foundt ?. 4 7 HI4 i i7 SI s If s r 1 2 lit-'1 S3; 1 $?4, 1 o 4 34 - 4 4; r,9 441 . 7- . .")T5S . 1 "-' 145 1 4P.1 2 4T4 A met ir a n Araerica n A nierica n Cot ron il . . . . l.in.sccii Smelting American Steel Found r . American Tel. and Tel. . American Woolen American Zinc Anaconda Atchison Atlantic liulf and V Baldwin Locomotive Baltimore and Ohio Bethlehem Steel B. California Petroleum Canadian Pacific . . Central leather . . . I. Chesapeake and Ohio Chicago. Mil. and St Chile Copper Paul Chino Copper Corn Product" .... Crucible Steel Cuba C.ihe Sugar .. Distilleries Securities P r i e Erie 1st Prfd General Electric .... General Motor Goodrich Ct. Northern Ore Illinois Central ::i 1 97 4 Grain, Cattle, x CHICAGO LIVK SUH K. Hv I". S Itiireau of Marko.. rillf.UfO, July 2V H();s Ustiiunted receipt i. .'iViO'i; "unirket higher: balk. 1T t is.'.O : ti. lV.o.".; lonelier liogs. he;iy. IS '0l S S4 ; proklllg llogS. lie.CV.V. 1T.4t)(ls o; medium und mixed. lT.lä (flsi; light. Ms.T.V! l'..oä: pig". SIT-OO" 17.."": roughs. 17 2-f2 IK "20. 'ATT LP Kstlinate.i receipt-.. l5.r-; market steady: beef cattle, good choice. 17.25tf lv-'!; medium and common. Mo :)(n 17.20 ; ioitclier stock, heifer. sT.Kll.:.'.; ow. .7 2.Vul4 Oil: catiner ji lid cutters. 5.2äjj7-2ä ; Stockei s ami feed em. good choice. 10 OO'ti l."..m ; niiii nioii and medium. T.T.Vu lo o ; ve il cjilves moiI choice, $l(J 1T,fn P',.7r SHliPl' P-timated receipts. 21 Oi; market lower: shorn lambs, choice and prime. S17.öo(r Is oo; mediinu Mid good. lä ."off 7. 17 ."Jl : feeder lambs, good chol. e. St". 7-Vf 1U.7Ö : e. i hoice. jo hue. S1" 0) Ut 1"..."'0; medium and giod. .P iSq bl.no. IN III A N A I'O I.I S LIK ST(K h. IMMANAPOLIS. Ind.. .Inly ." lli;s Heieipts. .."": m:irk-t steady to i : hiuher: Lest hon. !S'.C: heavie-. ls.tMCfj ls.si; pics. $ 17.4 ''ü ; luilk of sales. "$ls.ta(ii ls;ö. C.VTTI.i: - IteceiptS. lioi; market steiidv to strong: hoie heavy steer. 14 ooVf7 17 v': light steers, ss .MK? P..7,. heifers. .S.OO',i 1 OO ; ..WS S'. (Mlrt; 1 '.( ; bulls, s-'on'a 1 1 oo : cfltves. 7 ou r? b" (. S 1 1 1 ". 1 : 1 ANH LAMPS Ke.eipts. .VR nmrkt steady; joime -heep, S112Ö' 12.oo; lambs. .'Sil oicj 17 oo, spring lambs. .14 oooj i7.fM. EAST 111 F i ALU LIE TO( K. EAST ItPI-'FALi. N. Y . Inly 2'.. -CATTLE - Receipts. I :;oo; market steady: prime steers. 17 '."'7 17. ."o ; ship ping steers. P' iVq 17 (h; l.nt' har grades. 1ä !'; 1l..V; heifers. Vvlnff l.Tän : cows. Sä.ooi'fj 1 1 ."0 ; bulls. . oo'fi 11..".': mil'-ti ci,n and springers. .5o (riKf; l ...ou. CALVES Keeeipfs. 2.2H: uuirket slow : . nil to i hoice. ." oo'tJ 17.ÖO. SHl'i:r AM RAMI'S- - Receipt-. 1mio. iu:irk-t sbov ; choice lambs, spl .Vii'u 17.Ni . nil to fair. .i::.o'fi 1; (hi; yearling. $l.".olfV7 1 1.50; sheep. sc.oo; l :;. 7ä HO;S--Receiptu. Ö.SMR nil r kt active; Yorkers. ?P.. " ; pi's. l!r5: mixed, vir..Vtr,f in rK" ; heavy. .1. .Vl,i P...V. ; loughs'. .S17 Nl'Vj 17 2.. : stags. SI2.01K'. FJA. riTTJll Kt;il EIE TO K... PITTSP.l'RClI. Pa. .Inly 2. CAT TEE Supply. 2.MH head; market stendy ; . hoi. e. SUV.Vfi 17.2.": prime, sü Zt'n 17.20; g-d. $15 noli ld.5o : ti.ly butcher-. S14..VJ Cf7l5..V; fall . .12 Oo'a 1-" äo : common. r2.00'fj l'!.."o: common tu good fat bulls 10 un 12 . .V : onmion to ood fat cows J'S.Vj'fi 12M); heifer-. .ll.oK(i 1 n ; fre-b cow. and springer-. Si'jhmko llo.od; veal c-ilves si7.o SHEEP AM LAMPS Supply. .". :;oo Citizens Point to Patriotic Work as Indication of Their Loyalty. RISMARClv. N. D.. dulv 2S Hun dreds f requests for this city to chance its name have been received bv state and city orf'.cials from indi viduals and organizations in every section of the I'nited State Local agitation has been stimulate! by luwjiiappr articles in eastern and Pa cine coast papers. But Bismarck residents have only to point to their war achievements to indicate the city's loyalty. The tirst North Dakota soldier reported killed in action was a member of the Histnarck national guard unit. The first North Dakota boy to be in valided home from the front was a Rismarck guardsman. Rismirrk hue "gone over the top" in every war and war relief campaign. The town raised two national guard infantry companies and two headquarters companies before the war was two month" old. It has been orticially Announced that more than 1" per nt of Rimar-k's male ndi.lt? are ei v nc t ne colore. pinion on ehane.na Ri-maick'a n.me hi-v le-fi sharpiv diid-ii Th.i-i. favoring a change have been con.i :!ot :: --v' c : 1 r c nia in n in which veüow paint and , rv x ress; sitn- hnf l.een n.i Wa- Ono' I ;lv tnt on. :i Ma.v M. th4 town wa r i.nr.i7.ed a- the we-'ein terminus of the N o ; ! bei iMi'ilir railwuv. It wa s "al!ed Kdw;n?on. Thn -rm' 'hrifty pf rsniH coTo eMcd i he id of nt trrt;iic J 1 iv a n caf.t;i r rh.in:;n: th- n-'io.e to r.imarck. The pUn adope, n.j tJ rde-ivrs- was BISMARCK. N. I., I TOfTliE j 1 1 MARKETS Inspiration Copper lit. Nickel ::o-"4 Kenneeott - ".Ti. Iickawanna Steel 2lH Marine Pr '-2' Mexican Pete M Miami t'opper 2 ! Midvale Steel :2 National I' nan; el Stamp . . 50"'4 N. Y. Air Brake 12 4Ts New York Central Ti'1 N. Y.. N. H. - Hartford .... 4tf" Ohio Cities Gas ?, T Pen nsv lv a nia 4 4 s Peoples (las 4 " Pressed Steel Car TU Ray Consolidited 24 Railway Stee! Springs til's Reading SSU Republic Iroi . Steel '.21a Southern Pacific 4 34 Southern Railway 2:!' Studebaker 451-.. Texas Co 15 01.- Tobacco Products Tl7 Union Pacific 1"2U United Cigar Stores 101 F. S. Ind. Alcohol 12S F. S. Rubber 6- i: S. Steel 10S F. S. Steel Prfd Ill3 Ftah Copper Westinghouse 4 1 34 Willys Overland 1?R4 Liberty ?. Vs 99. SO: nrt 4's 94.:U: second 4's ii-.rlu: third 414 i i 9 3.10. and Provisions head; market. "o- to 75 lower: prime wethers. Ml .50: good mixed. SlO.ön: fair mixed. .iiCH(i'j 50 ; culls nnd commons, st; (Nir.i 7.00 : lambs. SPL.O HOiJS - Recei ts. :;o double decks: market active. "0c up; prime heavy hogs. .1i.25(fi l'..5o; medium. M'. .sO'jn.la ; liirht Yorkers. .Roiirfi jo 1." : pies. .P.o fi2o.l.": roughs. .12 oOd 17 5o : stags. S 12. ".ou 17. ". CHICAGO PKOIH f:. CHICAGO. duly 2".. I'.l'TTER --Ro-ceipts. I'l.lo.'; tubs: reainery extras. 4..'2e: firsts. 4"' ; pHcking stock. llT'jc. EiJS Receipt, l.'t.r21 cases: current reeeifits. opfi.'.s.-; nrdhoiry firsts. "J'(f r.Tc: firsts. Ös'dÄ"-: che-ks. j7'i 2c ; , i r t - ios. rj'fj:;2c. " CHEESE- Twins, new. 22--..ftf 2"-; 1air ie 2.1'ae; ung Americas 24fii1ac; bi i'. k. 22c. LIVE PirLTItY - Turkeys. :'.o.-: . -hi- k ens. 2'jc: springers, "2c; rooste:. '2lx-j". jH-sr, Pc; duck. 2b-. 11 TA I KS Re.-eipts. Ol ars: itliio 51 50'.j2.oo. TOI.KIXI AMI .KAIV. TOLEPO. . .Fulv .".'.-CI.oSF.: CORN- Cash. M.70. OATS- i "ash, 77i-.i7n-. ItVK -Cash, si .2. CEUVER -Cndi. :i7fHl; im.. .P,...";", Per-., Slf.r.o: Mulch. ?Pi.50 A LS IK I-: - 't.. MLVI bid TIMOTHY ( a-h. 4.:.o; Sept.. l fr.i , . Oct. S4.57C: Pec. .U. Manh. oV April. (IIKAI.O (AMI GRAIN. CHICAGO. July -i"o: - No r. miied. 1..V; o 2 yellow. $1.7(1(57 1.71: No. : yellow, f 1 AU'a 1.71 : No 4 yellow. 1.55fd l'.CiO: N. d yellow. .1 '.2''d 1 4'. : No. :; white. $1.7S; No. 4 vhite. 1.C-: N"o. .". white. M.'0: No . white. .l.."2I'Vf 1 10' ,; No ?. n.Ued. M "": N"- " mixed. 1 4 T : No. mixed. $1 ."" OATS -No. 2 white. 7C,'vJ77,i : No ' nixed. 7offf 75" : No I yellow, 7"4 n S :. No. white. 7l7'ov.c ; Sept.. 74 .jf; 77 ( UK AGO GRAIN ND PROVISION. CHICACO. uly 2f - opening Higli Low Close COItN .1 ill V 15? I.'.C 1V2' 152's Aug. IV. IV. 1Ö2V, 152", Sept. 15; 15d bV.'v 1"''7s I ATS Julv 7i" 7rt '( 7 C T 4 ' 1 , Aus 7H, 7o c.Ov ... Sept. .', i;s'-.. ' I'OKK .lulv 4.".. '" 4., 4". J.". 1Ö.2.'. Sept. 4ä.': 4.". :;o 4."..2.''. 4 .".2 LARI .Inly 2. 75 2"'. 7". 2'", 70 2 '..72 Sept 2o. 45 2'i.oO 2;.42 2;.4T Hills - - .lulv 24 V. 24C". 24 .t 24.. Sept. 24 VO 2102 24.75 24.7". change that the Rerlin government took official notice of the honor at the laying of the corner stone of the territorial caritol, on Sept. lSSS. The ceremony was attended by Baron von LMschendcher, German minister to the United States. The baron was accompanierd by flni. Grano, ("Jen. .Sherman and other famous men. Later this letter was re'en'd from the Iron Chancellor: ' In respong to the address on the hfth of Septj-mher last. .-; highly complimentary to myself. I would exercise my heartfelt thankr. 7 wish the young city, whose career I shall follow with the greatest in terest, the rapid development which its fine situation and the energy and intelligence of its citizens give rea son to anticipate. Bismarck." Stcl Fn-gra. In Stolon. Thiv letter is still in the city -archivcs. Until recently a Mr el en graving of Bismarck occupied .1 prominent pice in the ity hall. Then some one stole it. Ihsrnarck has hid a stirring hi--try. Its chronicles include tlte names f Cutter. Grant, Sherman and Logan, and Greeley, the Arctic explorer. From Bismarck, brave pioneers fought their way westward and from here the foundations of many import.' nt northwest cities were laid. Ti e battle to change the name of this city is beine waged with seme of this eld time tieiceneys- and typical of the ri?ht is a sign which recently was erected at the Northern Pacific station, after tlie station.-; isign boards hid been smeared with yellow paint. Tlie sign read: "To hell with mi Mo .-kneaded Hun. What cid. he ever do for us it nv wa v .'" TWO EVA1MSV1LLE GIRLS DROWNED IN RIVER K V A N S V I LRR. I 1 i 2' Tlie oOd.ee .f Step.., fiowdv. f, . Slid he; -:-ter. A.'d'e G'ltt'iv. (.. we;e tecovered fiotn t lie Little Wabash. lver n.'ir her af'er horh the ." ung WonicP, W ere ip Ow ned Ve.etrdav. In ??et,ijiriis to s.Tp the 'jvea of th" v o i r. - worn er; pe;th,er l1 ''br,n': rouli wirn. Or" Casd;r, 17f was r.earl;- iro"'ei. Revised Keb. 15. 15 IS. by South In 1 Cham; er f C rmet-e Facts Worth knowing About South "so rrni mkah ; 'oca'rd e:c"aty-iT müe -- of h - 1 point hf re the Sf. Joseph rive-, A mer 1' pi ';.'', stream, makes it isoith ind" and t .rr.i r.o: ' ."! w h to t.t lake. A IURA : i City proreri, 15.74 qua re mile-, a'.:.: 7 2 2 AS-ESSCD VALUATU N- Real e5tte. im; i o e r t.- ;f :.- -.a i propert;-, f " 5. 1 1 0, 0. CITV DliUT: Bonded deb, u S: nkmg f 'J r. d Net debt Hi;, s CITV PROPERTY M) FIX KD AS.KT: r 'vC'l CLl'BS: Chamber of Commerce with ev l s;e , 1..0 '' ;-e a ' equipme-it, Indiana (?luh. Knife and Cork CIu'v Pres- c' .- S Fend Woman's Club. Progress Club. !:ary Club. K'. ar :- i . Ad-Sell Ieaguc. University Club and Country' Cl .'i w .th a no'. complete house and golf course Also an ur ;- - :rr ' c- of other clubs and organisations w iiu ii provjd foi inul-.ctai i -ejs and social lite. DEATH RATE: 9.S9 rer l.öno. BIRTH KATE: 18.64 pr X.cOft. EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ir.ghten gra,-!e pufclie . h o valued at S1.2C0.0C0. A ner 50..0O High s. hooi. a o.atp.nsl school. TwelT5 parochlA.1 ncfcoolji School f numeration ö in .1 ears. 16.657 (1915). School attendance i approximate'y I. ! J 0"". Uree public nb.ht school are contluc'eJ in four of th- ward b .ild inoS and in the High Schoo! ci:h an attendance of s'uout ope 1 1 1 sand. Night school w.rk is al.-o provided i the V. M C. A and V. W. C A. The University of Notr- Dame ' ... d ;i.-t north of the city. St. Mary Academy, another large Cdthnhr ir -otitution. provides for the academic and collegiate training of .'ül". In addition to these are the following -p cial and technical s- .'-. Three business colleges, kindergarten training s-hooi. two . h"N of music. UACILITILs VOR NRW I NDL'STR 1 10 . An import it mduc ment to new indu&tr.s that may not at oiue require an m Rvi.iua plant is furnished by a Manufact jr (v riant ar.d power Co Sr..n' and power tc suit can be had in the bjlbling. of th:s con;p.iii a' low rental. Rental incluJes water, h'-at. wafhman and ele service. Many excellent sites .t 1 1 I ; f?w buildings i r.t bl V.'rite South Bend 'hamber of t'omri,. ri. e i'or l:t and ph"ios FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS': Ten banks and tru: . ompjn.e w if- total rtsource of 1 1 . ' LABOR: Siuth Bnd -. what is cl.-s-ed in !a''rr circU- ;i s "open town." There is an abundance of both skilled and un-kdied labor and plentv more to draw :.pon in the .-mallei adjacent towns. Vage "ales furnisbed on revues'.. A large proportion ,,f v o: in--men own their homes. POPULATION: The foLow-in compar;. ie ilcti'-5- . ' e rnn-t s. - -nificant as showing that South Rend has ivever had a b'-om. but a steady, normal, though rajiid cmwth. Sii.h a crnwth i ;"s.t;v. evidence of the natural advan'auts of tl.e cit., as .in industrial an i commercial center. Population. U. .'s. census-. Utd, l :.:; 1S. jl.vti. ih.i .15.999; 191. 5."..S4; (Local Cer.u.- :d:. O.s ani i:l'.. ..".. : " POWKh: The St. .Joseph rivey- n . .felopin- app'Oj ni 25.flo hyoro-electric horse. power from f dams in t".:-. u in.c most Of this power he in:: av.ulai for Soutli Rend The o. advantages of electric po.r, and the low pu e a buh is f nisheti here, are practical inducemnt no manufacturer rn overlook. Cot of power and light: nieetno. .ve. to ."oixi r,r -. xw i,r. Average cost 15 to 1? h. p, J24.'iO per h. p. per yMr. las. 4 r cents to 90 cents per M rui'ir ff-t ret. PUBLIC SAFETY: Fire Department -Ten tatlor; f.'tv.'. men: sixteen pieces of apparatus; auto equipment ii ' l.jc.t efficiency of the fire department is shown bv the folio Value of buildings and contents ;u r.s. in the Ins' 1 2 ears ( m i .", 7 Total lire loa last twelve years 4 7 J " Average loss per year for tweh e ve;, ir "7.-1" PÖLICH DEPARTMENT: Hixty-four men an-! one r"':r om.- r. Police ambulance, auto patrol and motorcv le sq .a. RELIGIOI.'S AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS. r.r!v-fo-,- .h-;r- he including all leading denominations; Y. M A rostipr with equipment about $ "oo.owo.Om, and J 1 (o"i . o i o e a i(.v" btar.rh A Y. W. ('. A. coting $75.ono.ijf. M ij.ei.-ns--o-.e ir the city aril one at Notre Dame. Two hospitals arI a county in. rmary and an orpnan?' home. STREETS: Total lencth of sti-.t avn.v !n tr. ity limits. 2 I 7 . ." mile.s. Total boigih of stieet e- a.rd a'.e-iue.v paved. S ..; 9 miles. Complete ioilexrd .-"rr '-.tin; developed STREET LIGHTS: Total p .b'i( L'.'b.!-. l : ' L;:i';n f.. dectrio magnetic arc and other- :n-a rdeseens a nd magr" te io-t J6.".000 per vrar. Many streets are illumirut-d w.th the imrrO'" , boulevard cluster lights. STREET RAILWAYS: (Elertri"), m city lin.:i to-a! 22.2Z miles. TELEPHONES: Central Union, msnua! exchanire, ."..' oi; -,, averajre tall per day. 4 4.00". Iynr distance call per di". Direct connection with New Ynrk. Ch-caro, San Krann- -d a intermediate points. Automatic etrhanc. 4,70 rtations conn tr-i ' cha n'C3 Av er tue rails per da., 4 '.'.ftii". TRAN.-TPMuTATION FACILITIES: South B'-ni r " i'o: and thre fle trio road"--. The steam roids are the Jk ?r.-c A Michisian southern (New York Central, th- G:m 1 Trj r:r Michigan Central (two div. ;ons, th "andal:a ( 'Penr jv p system), the Chicago, Indiana fc Southern, and the Nev .l r-'-r. Indiana 4 Illinois An eighth road, the Lake r.- & V : . supplies through pa.en?er eervu-e between .Snttth l!nl trd ir m apolis. entering the city over the tracks of th Ne-x Vrrk ('".' rr'. Two belt roads em ii cle the ity a.1 o Itching eh;irj.et ;tre a . -s-irLed by the railroads. The el-rtric lines are r'h!-;.-o .-o-'b. Bend Northern Indiana, the Chicago, ike shve ä S".i'b B"? d and th Southern Mb-niga n. These lin-' pm- ;d- r-'b i f' this city. Chicago ar.d Indianapolis, srd i:npr:.in; j i-:nr- C'. :h hore' of I-ake Michigan. -,IB FREIGHT RATES (C. L. ) ; .South Bnd lo follow .rr ;-.".: ClA.Hs i 2 .r sc Boston. Mas" s,9:4 4('s "I t'hifaso. Ill 452 2 :2li t7 ; : ("I eve' ar.d. O r,:? 2 " ' i 2'.'. 1 'jetroit. M , h 4 : 9 ''.1 , 1 ;; .ti.d Kap:. is Mi-h . . " 2'i 2- I X : X i ' .ouisville. K '''- i t -4 2r' I V. i ' Yo . N V "i1: 7t X" ., . I PAS-ENG KP. SERN ICE a.vout 140 tra.r.s da.. 7" :i WATER .sri'PLV 1 ( artesian well. IV nt v loa t:r. . :.. s N . r -n - 1 r. o t r- ing capacity for 2 ho ;rs ' 4.' '' z 9 Pb Rerd d';rV gr.d put OUt ,re- w:h p ;re. robj. pirk'.i'i r ,ht i tn epv min i iierii'M i m ii i l? Bend i. i c Ii i 1! It M t Ii j r 4 J (1 ii fi I Ii Ii I! ü 11 E! ü II S' M; .1 r.d .-. . 'Ii. t.' 7 t . . : 1 i pro. !.!. v r fr orn a bo . ; (4 Wi 'X iiC ,