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THE SOUTH BEND NEWs-TiMt.
vMI'RPAV AITT'UVOOV. A mi; ST 10. llf -"3 lEIuRY BOETCHEF RELEASED BY U. S. Government Man Decides City Police Have Not Enough Evidence to Act. TTerry Re etr.er. :," ve.trs nM, 1217 Van Bur'-n ' . s ho , rt r r f- i by th po!ir r .Jn :-d i y or. d :-Io a It y chores preferred by Itoet-v.er son. Arthur "V. H '' h1 ss -i s relea.-ed on h:s own recozmza n the k'"'-Mn-m.nt late Fridas a f l-:r.o-n. fo!!r. .nr a mn ferine h ! 1 i..-;ss--en Chief of F'f!: Klin. a -r nni-';t f!i ral. Fbt rhr and the latter's son. The ra?p s a - laid .-fnrp the Tniivnt r.:fn ;. ar.d a fter pies.tp,n ir.z Ro-t r.'-r. The rr, prnni"nt n:an tided th it -;;, ;pt f. I'li f on wr.ih fo m.:d p.. i. t her -.n didosalty ' h ire had nr l..--n -'omitted '.v he poij.i-. Ho e t. the : : r n -nint will i;r .-r. i:- further th" chaisre pr efer r-d against hum by ' o.tchr'- yon. T h o p. a ! 1 - in a w o r n a TT: -das it made before thf po'.icf that h" fath h.a. I . it-. 1! mad T lrrlnp r'fT'TiT to the I u it f'"" ?nl to Pr f Wifor, sami; tn n? othT (Mi,:" ?h.t fh iwn tli n!tl .t.i''- ! now at -a a r wa ticaui) tlio !n; ;i ii.i .1. T". Mm- KM ha lo,iriF. tnon.-v to th1 al!i - If. v WTr .ifiai l that th- y i'iH n f -ft ;.a- k if (Jprrnan.' "'ins th vnr. f I . a!-o a!l"S"l to h.ave thit the reports of Amr- J'J.n irn. jH rt. mm 11 ar1 Mi t iM." 1 V fa!o. ELBEL B'iND CONCERT PROGRAM SUNDAY P. IYI. A w e 1 -a rra n i: ' -i program will b zivr b Die F '.!. i bin.l in itswek!y Siimlay ni)t ronrrf at Lffpor rati-,. I:iripi: th- fntn program nrn munity sin-iui; s ill ! f-Htiirl. Anions tiiM vo',-( t ions to op used in th rim in ii n it v ; n 1 ri l: a if. 'Lnn:, I-one Trail-- ari "'Her Thr-," anl othf-r patriorj-- on-. Thf following program xivn : Mar'h. ""'hatitaunwa" Kinc rart 'j r. "I'rrrif.s.i" Wrlr 'altz. ' rij. Roiuiv." . . ..St. riair Selection. ' 'h -rnia t .olIir " . . . . Strands Rnmsrrf, "hrrnnn ' Schumann Kxrprpt.i, "Hall of I'.inif". , Safr.uu'k Srr: M. "fnipromptu'" dilM Fipnl. 'K.i rit Mriod!" fio'lt-watt "Stnr Spanirl'! F?annor." . TWO MORE FIREMEN RESIGN FROM FORCE AffT dir!;vvinc tli1 polir situa tion in cnfial and the reported ar- nits of ihe ;moinniPnt in Sr.i'h nnd affairs in particular, 'he board of p iblir safrfy Anally Cot flown t th'' h'i.inr ..f .'irrpptint rpsisrna tinns and nvikin .a n point men: at :t. rrular w''-k!,'. nir-tinj I-'ridty nicht. The board nnd two nppoJnf mTit't and arcp:! two r"f;i.rn;i- tjon from the iv.oiv'oTship of that department. .ffspt I. Ratajrzak. S. Anthony was appnnte. park policemnn. S. O. St.iÜrd was i-ins;.(tp.l on thf fi o ilf partm-nt. llf kfr tli .If p.irt mnt l.it October. it'd :p to that t:m h wa the oM p'. inn in th emp'ox of th- d"- P i r 1 1 1 f n . T!i r-5'. c n a f i n 3 of Fi n". W. Pnp:da! and W . Harlan from th J:! department a'-r-pted. .s : da !' r. :i - in oti bfranip o f -V.'tivr . tz. '. an.', rhit of liar! hi wi'l ;-"roni" rffrtne A ic. CPL. WOJCIECHOWSKI SEVERELY WOUNDED rp!. Georg Wo;cie howsk i. on oft Vr. and Mr-. Sfnh.p o.icirrhow - I s!-i. 1 S .Jar"- -on ss a seserels'! s- o';nld win:.- ir action wit h the ' ti -rt- an e pd it :ona rs forces n ; I: !y !. aero? ding to a tness-iee re-.-eis --d bs h: pi' en's n iv after- ?oon from tFi- adiut.ir.t general's "c at Washington. "pl Wo.jc-.echo'v.!..) i 2 r lis o!d nr.! rHii-fed at the 'oca) recru it in g M"nn Nos . l'. '"'I? 1 m ni'-di t " 1 y ! '.- ' e ri 1 1 s ; 1 1 e ; ; h ssas sect to. I "ort T.ir'.'is. K' 1 . .1 r d ',).' to Npw ; i rt 'es .1 . s p : t h r"'cej ed h tr.'.nms. f Je rr ;s ed : 1 "n r ce ibo; f!ic f,r ? of M .1 -i ?'d .t .-e that time h 1 ! pa ! en h a ' c t'l '' '! a number of ; ;rs from ! ' ; 1 n Pres ;..; to p, J ? i:-tme''T be 1 . tu p ! o c . ! at the s:n;.r N'fc "v PARK BOARD WILL JOURNEY TO MUNCIE r'ir? f1"" the ,; he mem - h of th "'Ord of pi: . ''iv.ni -.onrrv J!'1' "arvr 1 .1 A P. rr!'" to Munc-.e. Ir i . Mordi'. s hre th.e's- gr tn a t ? ? d t he a n n u a ! cn.s r.tion of pa:k dpa: rr-ent; of f täte. vmT d"'";iÄd at :u riii. :ne of the par'-. "'OT-.l r'ru' c n Th tr'.p to M'i"r:" w : ! '. he v..-! s' automobile The i-iem .Trs nf h o '-' ard. th park s ip-ri;.!.' r l-"t a rd the mayor svi!l be a r or.i pa n ie 1 hy rhe.r wists. The rs ate chof-n m .iudes Minvik.i. RourCcn l-'r-"-i-.ari North M a r. l.es t e r ! .Mtr:-r.. -. nd then Mure:. LOCAL MAN FINDS U. S. ARMY PIGEON V i-.-o-'M witli litis; lis f...,t the m.tl.i!- P S A No. , t-rllU h5d Hi the o;v.e of sm'm- M -..-7vn S Philhpi f- M'.iwui's: r ! Th- T' 'I e S"r;d.i n.cht -"' .d he "''.''! Tak car of The rr. 1 it m c:tr'd r-Tr uthor- A- t 4. - Am-rif an -0!!:'r? lav inc a tra papfr u'h wi.h a photor;iphtr fopv picpir-. ommittfo n public infor Is This "Middle West Football Star" Lieut. Arnold Mclnerny of Notre Dame? lilUKMfs NOTi: Tlio mattr npiK'arin licrrwith U pari of an artirl' on "Tin I mizIiIwm !aUr (oimI." apHaiin in ("ttllirr' Woklv this M4-4-U. William s.aMis -iiu writes from lln 'far of llic hat(l licld. ntul lliis is anifn llif toriO". that h A rn 1 I Mcl iictny. a ,onn; I icii -tenant, and a niiddlo ct foit hall star, and inciiilx r of th All Wtsu'rn cfdlcirr foothall team, was uimdoil noar C'hatfauThirr ry. .V t I H. and this may tell the tory of hU wounds ind of hi fniino nf mind. The tury liMen like laent. Mclnentv: tvals wry iniieh like the etr that he ha written home. Iis;iii2: In. A m ill room in an ortir.-s' ward lo.linar out on a cnnl, rrfn pardon. Tu f. wo'ind'l liutnants were litv,' on rnts on opposite vidf of tlw m all room, and another, wrapped in a dressing izown. was already tentative ly hohblinz about. One of the heu tenants was a ret en t middle wr-t foOfa!l star. "I don't know much about the ficht.' he said, la'mhins. "I iat walked rii:ht in and yot turned around by a flock of biil!et; and t rawled rieht out acam. We d been mai chinic and ridinu for 7 hour with mishtv little To eat and prac tically no N-ep( and s 1 no more than cotten up there when in we went. There wasn't any time to studs the terrain. I didn't knou ansthinq about th cround. I didn't even know wh-re the CJernian wet. Thre wa-n't any line. I didn't know we were o i n u in 11 n t A lust a few minutes .f.ire we tatt- ed. Tlu-n away we went down th Carson Broods Over "Poor OldNels" the Two Payroll Man ro'.lossmg a se,ret conference he-1 Inf ep M.'.sor ''arson. 'ity Atty. '1 homa.s Sd'c-k and F'olice Com missjoner N'eNon H. Ksser. held in th" othce of the board of pubhr works I'riday night. th- mayor's bross sv . s j irrowed ssith .feep lines. '.t Atts. Slick ssore a perplexed look, and Mr. Ksr appeared ac tually s nrrio'!. Th ;Mp"it of ;h.e conference w a as to whether Police Commissioner Ks?-r is to .case to pe a police o'.v;nv.';ocr 1-s- s irtu of hi höhl te c a eosfrnment a p po 1 n t m e n t . Mao; ".ii'-o-i and 1 'ommissjoner Kss.-v appe.tbd to Mr. Slick for an opinion that s. aid eis e som assui -arce that "i!nmisioner K-r sil! not base to eisf -jp his place 0:1 trv afets 'eo-ir.! This Mr Slick ssas viable to do. So far Mr. Slick häa no, he en able tn Pel an lasv on th' matter. Mr. Slick declines to eis legal adv :ce w tthout bene full;, ad -sped :t-. tJie picmise. i Fridas Masor '"arsnn ssa p. ; .d ss ; applications of :hov s ho ssould like to diass- th1 M'' 1 a ir that Mr. Ksser i t m par i r:ls- drass--!: ; fp f.p'T tiies want to be police mm issior.ers and 'v.st as soon as, The jiv e r i" pi e n f take the ne.;e5xrs St p to fo' Mr. Kyser to either t sien his jsolic rnmmissionership or ';.;:: ssorkme fr the gs ernment th' misr ss ill .e cal'.e i upon to cake .,n appointment. Tiie mayor is said to feel deepiv t he co mir.e resignation of pl trsf s üb- democratic memoer of th s . 1 ' ' s :..'.i;.. Ili)wifr, Ml. I'ser i vii.l to 'r-.-l i - ba.lis about it a l!lr lll.iU'l' ili'v TIji- is the fll-l tlllie Air Kv-'i" h.i- ln-ld a O'l'iiMii'.ui 'p po 1 lit p.K-1.1 . t h 1 f i I s of his public . ft . e hoid.iiL; i,f.- I. t H i; i r-t-ii at 111" h.an.'.s of th" puts to which he one b longed, t h. e lienio. ratK party "That s oo hid they ir- going t k nock Nelson o-.t of ?4"" a sear," sc! the tn r l'r; ! "Thev ss.li i-- i- ..... . iiiit i.-. I Tn.i-1 th zn r n m r f ". h c ' ake ;h aecc5sar acnoa to jet cid American Soldiers Arriving in I KI rsport upon thfir arrival nt a French port. (RpaWs of thi news of this pioturo may chtain it y sending tn rents to thp Iii?ion of niatiort, U'aphinsrton, I). C. Knc'osethis clipping.) road and I found out whr the Hermans were. They were rakine us with machine ;un tire, and I was lyin in the road because I eould see down that where their line of fire was. I happened to notice a man 1 l 1 SC b the1 pide of the road near 11. , and ne vvasn't lue in. 'What' the matter with you?' I asked him. 'Why don't you die yourself in'." " '1 haven't eot any intrenching tool.' h said. "Well, use sour teeth, then.' T told him. !et due tn somehow.' "He r.'dn't seem to know any way of dome it, thouch. ( I lay then for a little while, and some machine eun bullets caueht m in th lc. They ssere falline around there lik- thick liad for a few minutes. r turned over on my hack, and hap p ne.l tr. s e tili felloss- that told nie h didn't hae ansthine to die in with. Well. ir. I las- there on tnv ba-k and lauched till I eried! H was flat down on his face with h!s hands out in front of hi head, and he was d:ccine away with his fineer like a cepher ssith an epileptic fit' He was eettinc himself due in. you bet!" 'I came across one of my men well due in hard c roil ml." t he second officer said. "lie shaved m a little piece of tin not much bicer than a dollar. 'That's what's Wt of mv mes tin." he told me. 'No use keepin' it ans 'oncer, "cause ss e nes ei eet ans- food any more to put in it. so I used it for an int rer.chin' tool.-He-d ssorn that tin down till there was hardly enouch left to hold onto, but hed sure et himself well due in." ";iy, who ssn on ms risht th.Tt nicht the second ,'.sh: I think it was when sou were o er on m" left?" the third oiMcer inuired. "I don't know." the second an- NeN off of the hoard of safety," h declared. "Put I don't knosv who tf put in his place. I svill have to put in a democrat, and of course I ssill have to appoint one that ssas ssith me in the election. This is too bad." end ed the mayor. Mr. Ksser is said to he dsinc hard Yet there are some who say that he mas resign from h:s eosernment po sition in otabr t remain on the safets board. They say that $4'"e as a safety board member look? oetter tn him than l.'Oi a sear frm th eosernment doe. Pollowing th," conference between the mayor, the temporary police commissioner and it Atty. Slick, the cits- attorney f'eclared that h had not vet had time in which to lock up the Jaw rebatise t a person holding a government position and hejns in the employ of some other interests at the sinii time, but that he would look up the matter imme- 1 n t 1 s-. LOSES MOTORCYCLE CONTROL: INJURED Howard Flockes. living on th Michigan rd.. seven miles snuth of the c:t". svas seriously injured carlv Frd'.ay evn:ne when h ssas thrown fmm his motorcycle at the corner of S Main st. and Broadway. F'oekes. who was eoing at a rapid rate of speed, lost control of his ma hit'.e and :; i ? n into the curhine. hrowine the rider headlong onto the pivenieiit. His rieht arm and lee ssere P-tdls nji:t-d. tdtlcers IVtt r, liskovki an i Th"! ui'br a i to im p. t n od the j.di-- .1 tl' I "1 1.1 UCc to the .crll of tlie ,ir( j-d-nt. Thf ..it.. i-IS lo.'k tl.e ll!) il'-d nan to Fpsvorth hospif.il. but he s s ref i-e j -ntr.ince there. The hos pital attendants sasmg that The hos p;ta! was rilled The injured mar. ss a . then Mken to S. Joseph, ho-pits I. where h wis admitted. fV NtWö-ilMtb NdIl AOS France ?. - .r swrf-d. "Nobody. 1 eucss." 'Nobody iä rieht. I was lyine there with my rieht bank in the air. I kept sendiue out scouts to try and establish contact, but they all either pot picked off or i-ame l ack and re ported that they couldn't find any body. I was just haneine there by one ear and tryine to make myself believe It wasn't as bad as I knew it was." "It was some ssild scrap." the other siehed. "I had to do esery thine that I'd es er learned not to. Accordine to military science, sve wer licked and had to fall hack. I and didn't aehies-e our object and were wiped out. Hut that wa? the time of tliH lue wind svh-n all si ens fail. We weren't licked, we didn't achieve our object, and we weren't I wiped out. Military s. -ier.ee the way they eise it to you out of a book is errat stuff as lone as the battle üpes accordine to the book. But sometimes the battle don't hehae the way the honk says it oueht to." At this point .1 nur put hr head in at the door. "Lemonade?" she inquired. "You bet!" sve answered in chorus. The man who had been a foothall Ftar grinned and smoothed the sher. on his bed. "It's h hard life." he siehe. J with mock seriousness. "Terrible!" the man on the rot opposite agreed. "The lied 'ros only brines us si Packs of ciearets a day for each man. Hos can sve stand it?" A youne nur-o passed and nodded, smilir. c The officer who ssas up and beginning to get about beean hum mine softly: "I don't want to set well. I don't want to cT se!l "' "War's hell!" the football player sighed. . . . !C0. G IN CHARGE OF FINAL PATRIOTIC NIGHT j v.mpans G of th ?!. Joseph counts- home euards had charge of ;the final patriotic night celebration at Springbrook park Friday esen- ine In eddition to conducrinc the War Savings stamp drive. In which capacity squads of home guards had charge of the sales booths, they gase an exhibition drill on dose and extended order. ('apt. K. W. Mix. the regimental .idiutant.: was present to res less- his former I 1 company and he . seemed well j pleased with all details of the drill.' Company G ss ill be in charge of j :i rs i.v:iniin'.ilin f ti- p.tn.rnninuc. 1 sioned oflicers in the chamber (f opinrce next Tuesday esenir.g. MAY ELIMINATE DUAL TELEPHONE SYSTEMS I .V I ' T A N A V '" US. Ind.. A ue 1. meeting at which .all 'elephone m tere.st.s in Indiana will be represent ed svill b called hy the Indiana public service cfunmiwion. probahly In the near future, t d:cuss the abolishment of dual telephone sys tems in mans cities. It was an nounced at the office of the com mission here tody. The announce ment bs- the rnmml in follosss a recen; statement by Director Gen. r.urleson that epp of th first sfep.a tsken by the federal telephone ad ministration would h To do assay ssith duplication of service and it duplication of expense I n t m nDÄMPCP L. U. I . Iii. HnnHlYuuO I CHILDREN'S PICNIC Flr.s for a rh:ldrn"? picnic to he held at Potta vsa t om park on Aue. ; 22. ssere made hy the South Rend Resiew No 4. I,. O. 7 M., at its regular meeting held Fridas- esening. ' The charter ssas draped in memory of Mr. Myrtle Smith Mac"ate. M';s;c was furnished by M i s S-s a rd und Mrs Call. BOLSHEVIKI ARREST 100 RUSS OFFICERS; l 1 1 1 II ..t l I" !. . ! Ns. s-rs -,-- ! I.oN'poV, Aue 1 r.e thou pt1 Russian omeer ha' e been a-- I rested ;n Ptmerad under -j fi'.-n th.e ho'ehesik': tn force them into' .1 Rei Gjari rrr. . I froru. 1 Hinror stated todiy. I I SECRETARY 15 SSATISFIEB SYSTEM Government to Do Classifying! Rather Than Leaving It to Registrant Boys Will be Deferred. WASHINGTON, Auc in. Ne'A draft regulations under svhich the government 'vould do rhe classifying; rather than leav ing it to the registrant, are un der consideration by tne war de partment. Thi was disclosed today by Sec'y Baker after he had appeared before the senate military committee to urge prompt enactment rf the new selective service act, extending the age limits to include all men between the ages of 18 and 45. The war secretary made i: plain that he is not satisfied with the present system under which the registrant must claim de ferred classification, as many men with dependents hesitate for patriotic reasons to make such a claim. In this connec tion, Mr. Baker said he was in clined to the opinion that the marriage relation will in itself constitute deferred classification. What Mr. Baker has in miiui is to lay down a set of question which the registrant would an swer and then have rules whicl would take care of the classified tion. He is understood to re gard thi as the fair and equit able system. The discussion on the dr.aft ages before the senate committee, Mr. Faker said, followed much the line. taken hy Gen. March. chief of tat'f. and Provost Marshal Gen. f rowder. The committee, h added, did not indicate any disposition to question the necessity for the change, which is urged so that th war department can quickly secure the men necessary to win the war. Work or right Order. "There was some dicuss.on." Mr. Maker said, 'as to whether it was the intention of The department to extend the work or right order to include classes of pi"fnns in vari ous professional occupations. I tod them there was n prsnt change nf th work or fight order in con templation. I said that when I de cided the baseball case I Though' perhaps other forms of amusement and entertainment micht require an extension of the order to be on a paritv with the baseball situation but that vvas not in their mind. "They had heard from outride sources that the department was considering bringing professional classes. like lawyers. newspaper men and persons who were not ac tually encasred in producing vs-ar supplies under the order. "Th committee." Mr. Rakr con tinued, "was especially Interested in the effect of th extension of th draft aces on colleges and also in the question as to whe'her younc men from Is up would h drawn indiscriminately in cla? one or placed in a deferred class by age and drawn later, giving them som added months to come to matur ity. "I toM the committee." said the war scrnrv. "that no fixed policy had hn dtrmined upon y th department hut that ThA purpose was to allow the president to defer in class one The call nf the younc esT men. T have always consid ered, as you perhaps remember, that 1 ssas The preferable mini mum and I hase ccme to The is minimum only because !t seems nece.s.arv to ceT the men. Watches Public Pulse. ' Not that 1 think men of 1 are necessarily Ton youne. bo-ause I do not think that. I think that his tory shows Tha hos from To la are immensely valuable, as valu able perhaps, as from 1 to 2r. hut T Think there is a senTirrenT in the rounTrv which will look with very much more anxious regard on the boss from is to 1 ' Thar the hoy front 1 ! to 2fl F.ighteen sears sfni tn many penple a more ten der ae than 19, and IT :s fnr that reason that we are thinking of mak-! ire Thi prefrenT!al deferment nf men from 1 to 1?." Senator said thT :n ureini: speedy onacTmenT of The new man power hill, Mr. Rakr hd left to the judgment of conyressional lead era The qijovion nf recalling the senate in sesslnn before the expira tion of th ror prneram Aue. because th leaders are mo- famil iar ssith Th lgis!atts-p p-ngram Thar is The pecrtary. Mr. Piker mid th cnmmltte. senators said, hat h department wanted to carry out Th plan of rr :ter:ne the mn Sept. T, sn that class npp could be re-p pi 1 d . Th pi"sr.T rsprv or nrn will be e.vhiusted and it was said that either he cjzp of the monthlv calls must reduced or mn Mken from the deferred elapses. 28.000 RAINCOATS FOR ARMY DEFECTIVE NKW Vr;K'. An li.--!or- Ihnn 2 i"'" r-t!'ns" rainco.iT a : m i' i r' in jonr m.i tri:l f. n 1 workn 4rhi; t" Urh f'tmhrs nf s'lpKidls" ss -crprnctf 2 r m r. t 1!i'r,i to .mric.r. o'.d'pr rvra. hs- Kpp f'sur.'i lifctrs Vv i r; ? pc r srh 'oiri rpor"i prog"'" of s x-,-.irtor. rf r'-'Tirr.nt fiords at Broaklys -arehGUfees. Dm. 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Auc. ciercil relations ;.-tssn thf 1'nirc-fl States and South America are ::i a sf nous condition Lcausp of the war. Th- lack of hippini: has f,ri?-'l i decr-asp in the amount of ir.:tn,:fc tured coods exported to Arsentinn. and the factories of that country arp unable to mf-t th" demand. Some of tl".e factoiics re.juJre rss materials tnat have formerly - r. obtained in the fnited 5trTes and hase been compel!"! to shut dnsvii or preatly to curtail their forces. The entrance of th l'nit-d .-'ate into th war marked the end of ex tensive hirpiriP between thi coun try and Arcentina. IJeside? a fesv steamships pome sailing es;es s'ili visit Arint;na. arrordins to con 5ular advice?, but they are o small that naisrst!on danprouji nr. 1 they do cot even approximate th dpm.ind' of commerce. The mos npAded article are havy iron ch ;ni and co 1. Ar?en 'in bui-iri.?- men are s conrernei her.vjse v,'.m e of the xssl? arri.'inL' a P.'.htos A hap come in ba'.la?', aused. thy say, b the fact that thes sere cert away from the Vnited State? hur riedly to the carcos of products in Arsrentin?- tht are needed in th. country. I". S. - I i t in Argentina. The I'nited States has a cr-d.t rf IfiO.OOO.lMiO in Huf no-; Airr shih ssill f increased, .-iccordink' to th:s nfoi ruation. s $ 4 ".' i o.in'-n . ;-.-ised a a i a of -. hanir- .ti 1 1 id It i ti'i this situation r--1 t S : diplomatic a. i b iifiM-iit arid that th'-i i r. of tl artair- t. o up; ti;-att-rdion of Ambassador Naori. slio has j.jst i 1 1 n-'i to Vahirii!itin aft er months' a t.nte. Material fiom Argentina h th l"nitd State and the other ration at war ssith Germany in cludes. bef. shtp. hides and -.sc.e;. prtrvnpaüy. Arrordir z to orf"tal , Hcures rfrC4.iiiy :iiu.fti iry the Ar- MAY STIMULATE TQ)n7 iL AIMNG TA The i'igest Tabr made his All work sione t TAYLOR'S BIG TIRE SHOP 132 E. Jefferson Blvd. Phones: Bell 610; Home 5610 SAVERS ? iju it.i iiviuuui i kJ i. I AFTLR E. T. STALEY The Mason Contractor Repair work promptly done. Home Phone 5558. AK'nf for ffU Edge Knrnacrs. .All kiri'Jn elea:e.1 end repaired. A. V.. MAI A SON It! lJnln Wmy W. II. T. Auto Tires Ke t re a (led l'.ke ns. We know bow. lxrest Trinen. I.IVSr.NMKIR TIRK SHOT South Bend Oat Bleachery Moved to 1 1 8 S. Main St. trntin RO'"rnnifnt there ar "00,0no heep in th- t-pubi.e as compared ssith 4 .'.o.mvmi. in K14. the last yf ar in sv.ioh fiure-s are available. The wool i lip !a-t -ar ssa.a estimated at 1 t " . " " " " U. vahied at approximately 1 ..". rui, (('(. The total exports of At tihtn bt sear a ctrreea t ed a-.fut JlT."-.-cf. riifu't, rind the imports ?1 ' n''o'. There were " , 0 ''n't . t'i d i he.id of tattle exported, principalis to the I'nited State. Mruland and ! ":nrr c. To meet the situation caused s' the la r'r. of ships the Arj'uit in- nv ein men t ha derided to change eral rdd warship-- to merch.Tn s sel? and to buy mora- h:p v, r"". the cm V.e found. This nri'h r or the pro.ieiiis ssu'h ss'hi'h. A ' .i c sador N.'tnn sil! deal. s'lmilar conditions a re v port' i from "h'.'.e. i'xpor ts from the lr.:t-d States f,f mauufaef.red u ha ' ( n s irtua ilv - .di'!' 1 K-ep? or: a limited r.umr-er "f art. "cn: -plaint is made that a '..r-e ; in-. ,,f from The '"n.te.j .-''..k-- ar- rp e at rhiVnp ;: ".- : r. ball t -t to hrinii ni'rat-s he l'r,!:-i S-tr. -. I'rcent r",1.'1'- ha-e 'en rr. a ie t . this rcuntr- to pfm.. tl.o-e -.--- -o i arry ch rc- of r. !' d 'p.mo.- U. 3. GUARD FORCE REGARDED SUFFICIENT WASHINGTON. . :k- ". Th T"r. ited .sttates cuard-. orira .....! a strength of 4" hat'al.or.s, "i,; 'V. 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