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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
147-PERSONS DIE OFM MONTH; ! i Health Board Report Shows 770 Cases of Diseases During October. pe.ith clairru-ri 117 Ir.fl u f-nzi vic tims durintr the month of October. According to the report for that month Riven out Monday by the city board of hi alth. Am -ordinär to the re port thf-r- wt-rc 7 Tu cays of lnfluen & reported to the board of health Tho total nurnKcr of deaths from all causes for the month were 21 ns compared with Z1) for the month of SeMembpr and (, for the month of Octoer a year ai;o. In addition to the 147 deaths caT'd y influenza there was one caused ,y homicide, two by typhoid fever. 'ne hy ruiclde. Next to influ enza, rn'rafdes appeared to h the I-revailinfr disease during October, th're, heincr; CO cas of thus malady reported to the health department. Typhoid came next with four cases, p'arlAt fever next, with three ra?ps. nn'l diphtheria lat with two cmr-s. Th birth record for October wan heavier than for Feptember, theri belntr 140 la.t month as against 129 dvirlntr September, and as aain't 167 In October a year aso. CKS ARRIVE s HERE Ten Bicj Army Machines Sent From Detroit For Train ing Purposes. Ten army motor trucks for the (.'mfrnucnt motor training school which is to open at Sprlnsbrook park on Inc. 1 are now at the Michigan Central depot. The trucks at rived in this city Saturday in two .nipments, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. They were sent from Detroit. Mich. It is evident that the tarly arri val of the trucks here Is ihe result "f an order placed by the povern rient when the first contracts with the St. Joseph county fair and amusement association were signed. The fact that the trucks arrived here just one day later than was originally planned for the opening ol the school, would seem to indi cate that the shortage of trucks was not the real reason for the abandon ment of the project at that time. As there are no government ofll cials here to receive the trucks otll cials of the fair association have telegraphed to T. Manley of the quartermasters corps at Detroit for instructions-. COUNTY BOARD CALLS MEN FOR SPARTANSBURG The following men are ordered by draft board No. U to report for roll rail Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Sixteen of these men will be sent to Spartansburg, S. C. Hubert (J. iMinhar and Faul Crooks will be in ducted into service in California, Raymond II. Uarrett, Iakeville; I'.enjamin Harrison bone Osceola; Irwin Lidecker, Mishawaka; Lloyd Karl Merrill. Lakeville; Clifton H. Manges. Hreman; Joe Falincki. Mishawaka; Harold I). Avers, Misha waka; James Patterson, Mishawaka; Sam Ilakowski. South Fend; Cecil I. Schräder. Freuen: Martin (J. Hoctel. South l?end; Charles Foster. Furand; Kenneth Knaber.shue, South Fend; Perley C. Forbes. Mishawaka; Lester Sheets, Fremen: Cahi Skilus. Lakeville; Cloyde Philip?. Mishawaka; Lee A. Nara gon. North Liberty; Pavid L. Hoctel. South Fend: Farris Faucher, Mihawaka: Wallace Kehn. Misha waka; Ponnio (lardner, Walkerton; John Dietnch. Jr.. North Liberty; Frank Nowicki, Ambia, Ind.; Owen F. Fowling, Mishawaka: Faymond Frewr, M:shawaka; (Ilrr.n Fordner. Toledo, O.. and John Thomas Fitz gerald, who was transferred here from the local board at Irington. X. J. BUILDING FALLS OFF 87 PERCENT DURING MONTH Puildlng operations in South F.end ran 75 percent less during the month of October than during the same month a year aco. .according to the report of Fuildir.g Commissioner W. r. lo Teepb gien cut Monday. The for October over th previous month is S7 percent. During October tb.er- were 9 permits issued at a tctal valuation of buildinirs to b erected of ?23.- 1 ; acaiv.t 10 permit at a total valuation of 5?4.17 during October. 1M7. and 102 permits at a total valuation of of this year. in Septem1 BIG PROBLEMS OF PEACE NOW ARISE IN U. S. (CONTINFFD FROM PAGE ONE.) cfsion to extend the hfe of tho-e boad. Government control of raürrids TV V. !!! cr-.tir ue ur.t:: .1 trontns aiier e t'-rm'r.at ion of th wir but the w.re control carries r o - ' b. rovi sion Under this Ir-'lMion tele phone ar.d t"bi:raph i!r-s would l"o back to their owrrs : s on as the war i over, unites conretd acts. DE A HS M Its. CLIL DAVIS. Mrs. Clara Imv:s, Gl years old, di'd at. her home, is Lasalle a v., at 5:45 o'clock Monday morning following a tw o j ears' illness of h-art trouble. h Is survived by h-r husband, Ja."on J. Davis, a mem It of The News-Times editorial t ff. and two brothers, Charles He fai;, Indianapolis, Ind., and Calvin S'edam. Waverly, Ind. Mrs. Ia i.i was torn in Wiverly, Ind., on Feb. IS 87, and v.as mar ried in Peoria. 111., on April 6. 1916. Sh" h;i5 heen a rodent of Fouth ' I'f nd for one and one-half years. (ominr here from Mishawaka. The body may be viewed at the residence until S o'clock Monday night. Funeral services will be held in Waverly, Ind.. on Tuesday after-, noon and burial will take place' there. ! MKS. IIAATTA ACKKILMAN". Mrs. Haatta Ackerman, SI years old. died at her home In Hudsor. Ind., Friday, death resulting from complication of diseases. .She is survived by the following children: Mrs. Louisa Haverstock, living In Nebraska; Mrs. Florinda Solloway of this city; Mrs Martha McDuffee of Hudson, Ind.: Miss Olive Acker man and Mrs. Haatta Holmes of South F.end, and Mrs. Elizabeth Tad dock of Pomona, Calif. One daugh ter. Miss Klz Ackerman, Is deceased Mrs. Ackerman was born In Ohio on July 25. 1837. Funeral services will be held at the residence Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial will be in New Carlisle cemetery. WILLIAM HAYES. "William Hayes, S3 years old. died at his home in Rochester. X. Y., Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, fol lowing a prolonged illness. He is survived by four sons, John J., of South IJend, Thomas, Maurice and Albert of Rochester, and thre6 daughters. Mrs. Henry A. Ireland, and the Misses Eliza and Lucy Hayes, all of Rochester. Mr. Hayes was born In Liverpool. Eng.. on March 27, IS 34. H Is well known in South Bend having visit ed here recently. MKS. ItlliY II. IlUCIvLITY. The body of Mrs. Ruby H. Fuck ley, who died of pneumonia in Lyons, Neb., arrived in this city Sunday noon and was taken to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Heinzelman, 1219 S. La fayette st. Funeral services will be held at the residence this after noon at 2: HO o'clock, Rev. E. CI. Johnson officiating. Furial will be in Riverview cemetery. KI'Di: STIKOVICH. Rude Stikovich, 38 years old. 913 Kendall st.. died at the Epworth hospital Sunday morning at 8:30 o'clock following a short Illness of pneumonia. He is survived by one brother. Fred Stikovich of this city. Mr. Stikovich was born in Austria Hungary in 1S80. Funeral services were hdd at tho residence this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Furial was be in Cedar Grove cemetery. MKS. MAUV initi:LU Mrs. Mary Farrell, 24 years old, 30 2 N S,t. Louis st., vlfo of Prof. William Farrell of Notre Dame, died at St. Joseph hospital Sunday morn ing at 4:30 o'clock following a five days' illness of pneumonia. Resides her husband she is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hon ahan of Frankfort, N. Y., and an infant son, Francis Thomas. Mrs. Farrell was born in Frankfort, N. Y., July 14, 1S94, and came to this city three years ago. The body was sent to Frankfort at 7:45 o'clock Sunday night for burial. miss hedwikk rrrzKAxrrz. Miss Hedwige Fitzkanitz. 19 years old. died Saturday evening at 11 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Salomea Fartoszek. 435 S. Chapin st., follow ing an illness of one week of pneu monia. She is survived by her brother. Casimir Fitzkanitz of Rockford. 111. Miss Fitzkanitz was born in South Fend Sept. 7. 1S99. t and had lived here all her life. Funeral services will be held Wed nesday morning at S:30 o'clock at St. Hedwige's church. Rev. Anthony Zubowicz. C. S. C, officiating. Furial will be In Cedar Grove cemetery. MISS STELLA SYPXITWSKA. Miss Stella Sypniewska died at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mi:. Frank Sypniewska, 1810 Flor ence av. Sunday afternoon at 12:50 o'clock. Death was due to com plications. She had been in failing health for t'l past two years. Miss Sypniewska was born in South Fend. Sept. 4. 1S9?, and was past 19 years old. She lived here all her life and was very popular among the younger set. She is sur vived by her parents: two sisters. Mis. Mary Fuczkowska and Miss Fertha Sypniewska and one brother, Joseph Sypniewska. The funeral will be held Wednes day morning at S:30 o'clock at St. Stanislaus church. Rev. Roman Mnrciniak. C. S. C-, o.'lciating. Furial will be in St. Joseph cemetery MKS. HAlUtlirrT WILLS. Mrs. Harriett Wills, S2 years olJ. died at her home, 615 E. Ohio st.. r Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. She is surlved by her husband. Abra ham Wills, four sons. Isaac of Greencastle. Ind.. George of Llgo nier. Ind.. Roy of Rochell. 111., and Charles of Mishawaka. and one daughter. Mrs. R..Hart of this city. Mrs. Wills was born in Wayne county. O., April 15. 1S36. Funeral services will be held at th A. M. Russell chapel Tuesday morning at l'" o'clock. Rev. Earle F. Parker will ntfelite and burial wiH te In Rlverview cemetery. JOHN PAl'Ii SULLIVAX. J-.hn Paul Sullivan. "1 years old. di.l at the home of his father. T. E. Sullivan. .2? S. Francis st.. Mon day morning at 6:n o'clock follow ing a four days illness of pneumon- WOUNDED IN ACTION HEUT ZIELINSKI. Pvt. Fert Zlelinski, who was wounded in action on Sept. 2 6, ac cording to word received by his brother, Vincent Zlelinski of 1344 W. Ford st. Pvt. Zielinskl has been In all of the big Infantry drives from July to late September. ia. Resides his father he is survived by three brothers, Charles, In France, Lloyd in the aviation ser vice in England, Franl. in the avia tion service at Speedway, Ind., and three sisters, Mrs. P. C. Fergus and Mrs. W. F. Brugger of this city, and Miss Elizabeth Sullivan of Chicago. Mr. Sullivan was born in South Rend on June 26, 1886, and lived h?re all his life. lie was engaged as n. salesman. Private funeral services will be held at St Patrick's church Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. Rev. John F. PeGroote will otHciate and burial will be In Cedar Grove cemetery. JOSHUA ULYSSES IIKLILVKT. Joshua Ulyssesa Helhart, 51 years nnd 11 months old, died at his home. 702 1-2 Lincoln way W., at 4:30 o'clock Monday mornlns fol lowing a one year's Illness of dropsy. He is survived by his wife, Amelia, three daughters, Mrs. Earnest Hen nesy, Mrs. Clare Stiets, and Miss Ruth Shelhart. all of Rockford. 111.. and two sisters, Mrs. Bert Anderson of Charleston, Wash., and Mrs. Thomas Moore of this city. Mr. Shelhart was born in Runkle, O., on Xov. 24. 1S67, and came here from Topeka, Ind., a year and a half ago. Funeral arrangements have not been made. JOHN' I filKDK. John P. Giede, 32 years old, 1233 E. Miner st., died at Epworth hospital at 3 o'clock Monday morn ing following u two weeks illness of pneumonia. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Collette Giede, one son, William, his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Giede, two tdsters. Mrs. William Freeh of this city, and Mrs. Harold Maybaum of Grand Rapids, Mich., and one brother, Cpl. Gust Giede of Camp Devens. Mass. Mr. Giede was born in South Bend on July 1, 1SS6, and has lived here all his life. He was married to Miss Collette Adelsperger on April 21, 1908. Mr. Giede was employed as department manager at the Quality Clothing store. Funeral arrangements will be made later. DOVABELJj TAYLOR. Donahell Taylor, three months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Taylor. 1012 X. Eddy st.. died Sun day morning at 12:20 o'clock of pneumonia. Resides her parents she is survived by one sister, Beatrice. She was born on Ju?y 19. 1918. Fu neral services were held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at St. Joseph's church. Rev. P. J. Carroll officiated and burial was in Highland ceme tery. VTVTAX XAGT. Vivian Xagi. infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nagl. 20 31 S. Lafayette st.. died at the residence Sunday morning at 8 o'clock. Be sides her parents she i3 survived by thre brothers and one sister, all of whom are ill of influenza. ! Funeral services were held at the grr.ve Sunday morning at 11:30 o'clock. Rev. X. L. Rhodes offlcl- ntlrc. Burial was In Cedar Grove cemetery'- Af TCHAUTj JOSEPH PAVKY. Michael J"eph Davey, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Davey of TeeumpU. Net)., died at St. Joseph hospital Sunday afternoon at T o'clock fol lowing an Illness of two weeks of pneumonH. Mr. Davey wp.r a mem ber of the student's training corps at Notre Dame. The body will be taken to Tec'impla. Xeb. MISS WW MoGTTKE. V-? r.w- VeCtvr", 7 " .-"": old. died Sunday nittht at. 9 o'clock rt the home of hr '?t"r, Mrs. Ella Belle din 17 S T?.vW st.. following an il!nrsj of thr'" months of heart failure. Miss McGuire is survived besides her sistr. by a brother. Joph McGui'-e of Garv. She was born nt Rochester. X. Y.. hut spent nearly h"r entire life in South Bend rivate funeral services wiil h hld at the German Cathollr church at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning. Rev. John M. Seherer will officiate and burial will be in Cedar Grove ceme tery. RrRTTIS. Born to Mr. and Mr ITenrv Lamlrand. 52! X. Hill st. a son, 01 Xov. 2. Advertisers mike profits from volume not prices. Final Report of Liberty Loan Review Board The board of review of the fourth Liberty loan committee submitted the following report today: IJberty IOan Headquarters. South Fend, Ind.. Xov. 2. 1318. The call for the fourth loan met with almost unanimous response from the citizens of this county. Every citizen who appeared before this board declared a willingness to support this loan according to his means and the board has heard no pro-German sentiments of any kind. All persons who appeared before the board an1 to whom the demand of the government and levy of the quota upon St. Jo?eph county were explained willingly made additional subscriptions. The board does not apply the word "slacker" to anyone. It ?eeks to avoid every possible Injustice. It will take pleasure in publicly cor recting any error herein contained. It has protected many citizens against excessive demands for sub scriptions and every subscriber has been given the benefit of the doubt The following are the names of persons who were asked to appear and who did not appear before the hoard. The board does not know whether or not thete persons have subscribed according to their means. WILLIAM A. HONDUTLVXT, 515 1-2 S. Michigan st. HUNK CHIDISTT7U, 913 Cleve land av. Mit. AXI) MUS. I-:. II. FKET). KUICKSO.V, Insulte auul Lafayette StR. JOIIX n. EI SI I ER, 220 W. Wayne rt. JOSEPH IIAJIX, It. R. Xo. 1, WaknruMi, Tnl. JAtxli IIOKEIX, It, IL, AVaka- rusa, Intl. AliUKUT AN'n MAUV KUfilAK, G26 S. Cliapln st. MRS. JOIIX C. XITITILVRT. 210 S. -Taylor U IOUIS XELSOX, R. R. Xo. 3, Mtslinwukn. Ind. EDWARD W. MAI Ell, R. R. Xo. 1, Bremen, Ind. CHARLES STEARNS, 1529 W. Colfax av. MR. AXD MRS. SIIERMAX P. STULTS. 901 E. Jeffcrxon blvd. CHRIS WEXGER, comer Miami and Vistula nv. DAVID WITUCKI. 835 S. Cliapin st. Jack Wlodnrek, 122G W. Division st. Respectfully submitted, BOARD OF RCVIKW. EE GETS Increased Work in Examining Applicants For Officers' Schools Creates Need. Tho large increase in the work of the civilian committee having in charge tho examination of candi dates for officers' schools has neces sitated the securing of permanent quarters. Heretofore the committee has been holding its sessions in the Indiana and Michigan Electric Co.'s ollicjes. But now headquarters have been established in rooms 207 and 208 of the Conservative Life Bldg. With the exception of election day tho committee will meet in the new headquarters Tuesday and Friday evenings. Rev. Dr. A. M. Fells, chair man of the committee, will be in personal charge of the ofllce during the day, beginning Thursday. Originally the work of the com mittee was confined to examining candidates for the field artillery of ficers' training school. About 60 can didates have been passed. Soon the work of the committee was Increased by receiving enlistments to the mot or transport corps, and about 80 ap plicants have been passed. Recently the committee has been instructed to examine candidates for the coast artillery officers' training school at Fort Monroe. Va., the aviation corps. infantry' officers' training schools at Camp Fremont, Califor nia, and Camp Grant, Illinois, and the staff officers corps. The Jurisdiction of the committee includes the counties of Laporte, Ftark, St. Joseph Marshall, Fulton, Elkhart and Kosciusko in Indiana, and the counties of Berrien. Cass. St. Joseph and Branch in Michigan. ! Applicants are requested not to apply at Rev. Fells' residence but call at the office of the committee. A stenographer will assist in tho work. FUNERALS HARRY LEROY WIISO.V. The body of Harry Leroy WJlson, who died Saturday at his home, 710 Lincoln way E., was sent to Culver, Ind., Monday where burial will take place in Burr OaK cemetery. CARL FETTERS. The body of Carl Fetters, who died Saturday at his home, 135 E. Ohio st.. was sent to Culver, Ind., Mon day for burial. Intmatlrn.il News SerTlee: COPENHAGEN', Xov. 4. Russia has refused to pay the remainder of her indemnity to Germany, ac cording to the Frankfurter Zeitung. Two-thirds of the indemnity has been paid but the remainder was stopped while on its way to Ger many. The Rusian indemnity amounted to approximately $1.500.000,000. 111 El UARTERS B C N1TTEES CLAIMING SUCCESS County Organizations Make Pre-election Predictions on Balloting Eve. With the two county political or ganizations claiming success for their tickets in the election Tues day, the quietest political campaign from a spectacular angle in the history of the cour.ty drew to a cloee Monday. Cnmnolled to tf r co noHHrril gatherings on account of the health board's influenza ban prohibiting all public gatherings. candidates of both parties have contented them selves with individual work and ad vertising. On the eve of the election Mon day afternoon County Chairman Johnson of the democrats central committee predicted the election Tuesday of the entire democratic ticket. ' Democrats Confident. At democratic headquarters Mon day afternoon there was an air of confidence that the entire ticket would sweep the county. "It looks very much like the dem ocrats would win Tuesday," said Chairman Johnson. "Everything points to democratic tuccess. There Is no doubt In my mind but that we are goinp to win both in the county and In the district. Congressman Rarnhart will be returned to con gress with an increased majority." At republican headquarters claims for the success of the party ticket both in the county and district were made. Republican leaders appear on the surface to be confident of success for their candidates at the polls Tuesday. Neither headquarters showed the same activity on the eve of the elec tion that has been apparent in for mer years. Candidate were busy putting the last touches to their po litical fences. Urpe Factories Close. The polls open at 6 o'clock Tues day morning and remain open until 6 o'clock Tuesday, night Both head quarters predicted a full vote throughout the county Tuesday. The factories of the city are understood to have made arrangements to give their employes ample time in which to cast their ballots on election day. Some of the plants, it is understood, plan to close down for four hours Tuesday afternoon in order that the men may have the four hours pro vided by law in which to vote. In order to prevent the spread of influenza that might be caused by congestion at the polls Tuesday, Dr. Emll FTeyermuth, secretary of the city board of health, is appealing to the factories to close down entirely at noon Tuesday an dto remain closed the balance of the day. The health board secretary believes that in this way the men will have op portunity to vote without causing any undue congestion at the various voting places. I3L 13L CE Former English Subject, Who Came to City Eight Years Ago, is Dead. E. A. Xelthardt, 619 Harrison av, Sunday afternoon received a tele gram from Washington announcing the death, Oct. 1, of Pvt. George Vercoe of South Bend, death being '.v:V'vV;f:' f- r: 1 - 'fir - I GEORGE VERCOE caused by pneumonia contracted by Pvt. Vercoe while with the Ameri can expeditionary forces overseas. Pvt. Vercoe was a member of Co. 5 of the 6th U. S. engineers, and en listed In South Bend a year ago this month- He was sent from here to Columbus, O., for overseas training and was In France in December. 1917. He was married in South Bend in May. 1915. his bride com ing here from Slades. Cromwell. England, for the wedding ceremony. Mrs. Vercoe died July 22 of the fol lowing year. Pvt. Vercoe came to South Bend from Butte, Mont, elht years ayo. VE S N Fl A .1 v. - AT .'.-V .''- V; p.v-' r -. v, . -v -.-A-it .; ' V- : . ' . .-. ;; . . LOCAL AND FOREIGN PEACE PROSPECT Steel Stocks Are in Supply For Time But Vigorous Demand Soon Develops. International Newa SerrW: XEW YORK, Xov. 4. In the last hours trading the market showed a decidedly strong un drtone especially In the so-called peace stocks, and in the standard rails. The public seems to be incl.ned to pick up the better class of securities in spite of the Increased marginal re quirements imposed by the broktrs. Among the strong stock today were Southern Pa cific, Reading, Atchison, Peoples Gas and others of this class. The weak feature was Bethle hemSteel B which closed at a net Ions of three points. All markets will be closed tomor row, election day. XEW YORK. Xov. 4. The de velopments over Sunday indicating the close approach of peace were the sole factors In determining the price movement at the opening of today's stock market. Buying orders came In larg volumes in all the stocks which have been placed In the peace group with many of the low priced railroads welling at the highest price touched since the beginning, of the allied offensive. The tteel Industrials were in sup ply for a time during the early trading but later these stocks also reflected vigorous buying with Steel Common after yielding 1-2 to 100 7-8 advanced to 101 7-8. Southern Pacific attracted a good deal of at tention because of the aggressive buying on which it rose 1 7-8 to 104. Erles advanced 5-8 to 17 3-4 and Southern Railway 3-4 to 32 1-8. The widest movement as usual was In Mexican Petroleum which rose seven points to 165. Corn Products advanced 5-8 to 49 7-8 a new high record. Marine Preferred rose 2 1-8 to 122 5-8 and gains ranging from one to two points were made gen erally in the other active issues. There was active trading all through the forenoon with the war order stocks in supply. New York Air Brake dropped over five points to 99 7-8. Steel Common after touching 102 reacted again. Baldwin Locomotive after selling down to 77 1-8 rallied to 79. South ern Pacific after moving up over one point to 104 reacted sheply losing all this gain and then a?ain moved up to above 104. All the low priced railroad shares were In good demand at advancing prices. There was enormous trading Jn the new Liberty 4 1-4's about $5, 000,000 worth changing hands at $98. South Bend Market KADT AND TKT. tCrrtUA D!ly br J. IT. Datrcll. SUrr MIß. Hrdr)t OATS Tvyl&ff 05c; elllÄff S3390c per BRAX-Bellluf, ILK) rer hundred. 111ÜDLINU2S ßelllnf, 12 per bundred. CHUTl'U) FESJ Scilla. S3. 90 pr rwt. SCRATCH FEED Btlllnf, 4.00 ptr ort KCITÜMACKKR FEED. $2.71 BUCKWHEAT 13-&0 per cwt HAT. 8TT&ATT AND FE KD. Ctrrti Dllr br th WiUr Miller rir nsd ri Co.. 20 8. MlchJg RYE Paring 11.60 pr bo. HAT Paying $22 to $25; elitär 132. to 130. BTRAT7 Pijlnf W to IS: Miliar 3 ba). OATS Pay In 7. 65c; selling Mc to 0c. tttftLL COKtf laying 10; teJUng, tl.75 to 4X00. EATl CD K N Par lag IL80; ellüag. 117. TIMOTHY BEID-Paying 14 per bo.; Millar. 00. ALJTALFA SEED (lion tana grown), einer, K15 par tt- CLOV1.R ÖKED-Palng f 17 ba.; teli log. $30 par bo. fcOY LEANS Selling $4.75 b. COW PKJLS-Sallinx. (473 ba. UTK 8TOC2L. (Corretd Vmlly br MJar Bros, 8. L r IU UltkawaU.) HEAVY PAT KTKEIta fair to good. 7ffy.-: DfhTie. IOC. H0G6 120ai lbs.. UVtc; lSOlGO Iba., lie; 100 to 200. 134c; 200 np, 17c (CtvtU4. Dailr br Waxaer Urea. St4 Rt4r. 114 K. Ktxat St.) T IM Ol II Y $40 S $5. 00. Hl-liÜ üKAAäy 4. WIIITIT CLOVER 42.ßa ALSIKE-410. JAiAiNjaSfc .U1.LET 2.50$i MAMMOTH CLOVER LVg22. ROÜE AND HVE $2.0g2- Xt.f Al.tW I11J14. SWEET CLOVER $150118. COW t'ÄAÄ $3ieW0u. tiOt BEANS 43.&Si45.). FIELD PÄ-VS 4485-75. MILlJtTT WÖU75 POULTRY AND MX AT 8. (tarwUd Dally hj Junrala'a lfarket, 11$ E. JffrB Bla.) VEAL Paying, 22c; aelllngn. 22Q4Lc BEEF Roaat. SlI45c; boiling. 2: I'orterhouee. Oc; airloln, 4i2o0c. HAM Paying. 334c; aelltog, &8c LARD Paying. 2&c; selling. 34c UPI MAN'S. GREEN HIDEÄ 10c to 16c. OfclUMAN MILLET W.CO. RED CLOVER 115$lf4. TALLOW 2O0e. eouh. WOOL 55667c; call 20C3OC He was born at St. Stephens, Eng land, and was 2 2 years old. He is survived by one sister Uvlnz In Eng land ani one brother who is in the British army. DISMISS SUIT. International Newa Service: WASHINGTON. Nov. 4. The Louisville and Nashville railroad's suit to invalidate the Alabama cor porations act was dismissed by the supreme court of the United States this afternoon for lack of jurisdiction. 1 r : QMWl 1 International News frTi": XEW YORK, Xov. 4. Closing prices on the to-. k exchange today ' ,were: j ; Allis Chnlmors American Ihti Sucrnr j American Agricultural I American Can (American Tar and Foundry 'American II. and 1 267 " 60 4 j 1 5 41 4 - ! ! 110 , 1 0 S s 7 0 r American Linseed American locomotive . . . . American Smelting 'American Stel Foumiry .. I American Sugar Kefining . nuici ii.ui a i. it n u 1 vi. ... American Woden American Zinc Anaconda Atchison 9 4 ' Atlantic Gulf and V. I m j Baldwin Ixcomotive T1: Baltimore and Ohio Bethlehem Steel B 6 21; ; California Petroleum 2'! Canadian Pacific lC'.1 Central leather " Chesapeake and Ohio Chicago and North Western .. 1 0 2 1 2 ' Chicago, Mil. and St. Paul ... 0 1 Chile Copper 2Scj j Chlno Copper 42 Consolidated Gas 103 ! Corn Products 4S j Crucible Steel 5514 j Cuba Cane Sugar 31 " j Distilleries Securities 4 7 "S. Erie 1'7 Erie 1st pfd 33 u ; General Electric General Motors 12? ; Goodrich r,i Ot. Northern Pr. Gt. Northern Ore HI -i Illinois Central 10: Gossip of NEW YORK. Nov. 4. Trading started this-morning in the new fourth Liberty 4 l-l's with a few transactions made In the fim 15 minutes amounting to $400.000 at J98. Then a block of 53.S00.0OO changed hands at the sam price. Thi.s was followed by transactions of about $500,000. all at $ 9 S. B. II. Ettelson sayr: "The liquida tion that has occured :'n the mirkt the past week, the adjustment of all accounts to a ttrong financial bapis. creates the strongest kind of a tech nical position. The market ought to do better, subject to the liquidation that will develop, on all .strong periods, in tne war issues. The rall. look particularly attractive and Southern Pacific seems to be the leader here." New York Financial News says: "Foreign buying of American rail way equipment etocks Is reported from international banking inter ests. It is said in those quarters to be based on advance knowledge of Grain, Cattle, CHICAGO JAVr. STOCK. fBy T. S. Bureau of .Markets). CHICAGO Nov. 4. HOGS Estimated reeelptH, 4I.0O0; market Ktrong; tep. $ls..rjO; butcher Logs, heavy, ?is..t0'i 1K.V); packing hogs, heary. fiaJT.H 17. aO; medium and mixed, $17.20';i,l7 ; llirht. $17.25frlK.10; pigs. $14.7.".''iil.-.. ; roughs, $5.tÄXilQW. CATTLi: Lstiraated receipts. .Tr.Ofn); mnrket steady; beef cattle, gwd. choice, $15 C";lD 7ö; medium an-i common, Pi,Wt l.j.ti ; butcher stork, belfern. $7.i (ä H in); eown. S.öJfti 12.75 ; ca liner a:ul cutters, $5ÜO((?60: atockers and feeders, good, tbolce, $10 OV,l2.75 ; comrodji and medium, $70'a-10 fuj; veal calves, iT'-od, choice. Jl-fiO 16.25. SUEEP Itimated receipts. 40.Ol; market lower: phoru lamb?, ctolc aud prime. SPtOOadO.25; raedlotn trnd good. $l.'."ftl6.oij; yearlings. good, hot -.-, Jl.s.Oy.il4-riO; feeder lambs, good. tL'dre, JI.TOCKo-IUjO; ewes, choice, prime, $y 75 INDIANAPOLIS I.I VK STOCK. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Nov. 4.-H;s Kecelpts. 4,0O; market Idrher; best hojrs. Silvia; heavien, ?17.7.".r,; is.ir: pi. JII.'.UOAt.IO.OO; bulk vt s.il-p, ?17-7ö't IS. 15. CATTLI) Ilecelnts. KV: mHrkt slo-n ; c no Ice fceavy steers 514.0";l.7.; iipnt 6teers, JH.50 15.50; belfern, cows. J05OW120O; bulls. $s (K7 12 'K $7 11.50; calven. Jt-XJftrlG.OO. siihi:r a"S"d u.Mrs-iieceir. v'k market pfendy ; prime sheep. JII OOH 11.50; lamtiH, 10.W.tl3.00 ; spring lurnls. $10.Olil3.U0. CHICAGO CASH C. ILIN. CHICAGO. Nov. 4. roliN No. 3 mlied. tJV2; No. 3 wbite, $l..W?'"-ic; No. - vellow, $lVi; No. 3 yellow, f l ZZ'X 1.25; No. 5 mlied. f 1 14 : No 4 whit". $1.2vl.2S: No. o white. n.l.V-j.l.l.S; No 4 veliow, ll.lVca.23: No. 5 yellow, il l.; (Q'i.VJ; No. a mixed. 51..11; No fi white, ?ial.ll; No. 0 yellow, II.104 1.15. OATS No. 2 mlxe!. V: No 3 whlti. WS-'VCbc; No. 4 white, 94c; etandad. F-ST BOTA1X) LIVE STOCK. E-ST lUJFFALO. N. V. Nov. 4 CATTLK Heolpta, GW bad: market firm; prime 6tetira. ? 1 f Xx;i 1 . .0J 82!p plng stHrs. SLr 75; 1K.6; butrLer rrade. JllXlio ; heifers, j:ooi 13 00: cows. $4.0C"fel2rr); bulls. $5.( .' UM; fedeem. J4 yior); milch rows and ppringera, wä.ipyßUZ w. CALVirs Ileceipts. 1,200 hed.; mnr- fcet active; cull to choice. W.OO'ciXH.SO. SHEET AND LAilIVS Ileceipta. 10,C) head; mirket atpady; bd.' lambs. li00rclLiy0; rtill to folr. $loov;,r 15.75: yearlings, 511 oi;u; sLeep, 0.00 11.ro. HO.i.s Receipt. market ac tive; Yorkers, lSXAfh.yL: plica. UZA rLSnO; TElxed, lv753Lft: b'-avy, Jl.75rlSiO: roughs. Jl 0010.; atags, $13 COG 15. 00. PITTSBURGH LIVr STOCK. ITTTSHÜHOII. Pa.. Nov. 4. CAT TLE Supply, 2.GO head; market; steady; choice. ?L5?'Xl,16 70; rirae, i 115 716.70; rrod. J15-u"rd0 00: tMy , butchers. 13XOa4 CO; tdli. $10.5Cci 12X0; common, 5O.12.50; conaon to! WITH THE AMERICAN AIIMY NORTHWEST OP YHItDUN'. Nov. 4 Lieut. Jacques Pwiaj of New York city la the newest Amerlcsm "ace." Today he downed his fifth German aviator, who fell within the American lines near Verdun. L MARKETS TICCZ fins' Int. ir.it:n ' "opper .. 4 Nick 1 Kenn ee tt Lackawanna 7 1 : Lehigh "a 1! y . . Marine Murin.: Fr Mexican Pete . . Miami Fo''; r ... Mi 1 ale Steel X. V. Air Brake New York "en! r 1 1 1 1 . - : N Y.. N. H. H.irtfor-1 Norf.'ik .V Vf-:.-r:: Nm th- rn V., r,.- . . . . Ohio 'it!'- Gas P'M-.T-sylvan; 1 Peojd-s Gas P;!'. M-di Coal Presse, I ste.-.J Car . . . Fay C(.ns..l!.l it. d F.atlwa Ste SpriT.u Fealmg Fep;;l l:c Iron A: s;al Southern Pacit'.c . . . Southern Pailway . . Texas Co Tol-tcro Prod:i-s Fnlori l'aci'le Fnlte.l "iar Stores F. S. Ind. Alcohol . . . T. . Fui'ber I. S. St. -el F. S. Steel Frfd Utah opper Weytinphotise Vliite Motors Willys verla n.l . . . . . 1 4.' 4 ' . t 4 '.' . 2 4- 7 1 . i '? . 7''7k 3 ' 4 ' h 1 " 7 1 - 1 l ' 1111, 1 Sale shares. , 4 ? 1 , mo" . - e I A neri - : -ohiI.h : . ' o s -1 '.'4 1 ! 4's 9 1 " : second 4' 4 V (third 1 U ' ?7.?S ; fo-i! the Markets f large orders from Europe for rr.'.l j ing stock. Both L ' "! i and C.tr j company stocks av favored "Is the bag b.-itu: held tor Swth jern Pacific' That iaes'tion beiii asked y speel;t!;t .m.i :!'xr brok ers in prions late!-.. Sr. ;th-in F:u i"a is becoming absorbed on all lT'-ikl In prices lately. S"Uth rn Fa' if - il becoming soinewhat of a :nsery, but the bit; e juj;- s ai- ;tist cor. m ncing to make th.eir i,up,'e-'vi'm o;i th mind of th ' lily in .tir.j." ' Huttop says: "Tlw world !i never known a rondiin s;;ch exists today. In thi rountry we ha.j bad but one customer - the govern ment. Kaw materia', and the cot of labor have made thf marufac tUred article abnormally hlfrh. It will become very t.iy to bring dov.rj the price of raw material but witti labor it is ai difTcrent question. Un til some solution to this is reachel thre will be reat Irregulnrltv in business. Nickel has been pi ki d out as one, thr railroads and their Krouf and certain other e..mpanle." and Provisions good fnt bull. SMrfKj 11.O0; common "l rood f.it ..o;i00f; belf.'f, $10.XK; 11..V); freh rows and prin'H, $"(M; 1 KMlO; veal el!re. f-H 5 SHIjr.r AM I..V.M1'.H-riupply. 41-1 lif ad : market. f,eep hlche". b:t lower; prime wether. Ml.ri; I ialx-d. . -..V 'Ti')? I ; fnir nilx.d. 5..;:-,j 75J; eu'lH Mid omnaui, ( 'i i I ; lamb;. Mii.V'7K.75 IILM - Ue. eir-tK. .v. d..at :. market "Jo.- t- lev. r: r i ;i - n y brgn. Jls '2:,'a 1K.1'; rued in n.-.. Sl '.' 140; Jieavy ..rkrt. 'lt 1 s : liritit Yorkers, ?17.oor,; 17-I : Jd". C7l7.fo: roughs, of',jir, s.; ftuw, iVf'''t''-; l.e.-r.y laix.-d. Vi is. io f iirc.;o ritomcr.. 'itiCA;n. v,.v 4 . - rtbiTn:i: ?: -eelpt, r..iuv: fibs; ;e.'i nu-ry -iirio. .".-.' f.M-e; lirsts. 57'uc; packtrg st""V.. ::7'''i ;.v-. i.r;s d'e.i-ipts. ; rr. .m.: c receipts. 5L"''7.V; ; .rütinry Ut-'.p. . . ftrf's. .ViUfti 57i-; etrrs. ',.' .J . ; he.-ks. .".".' :-; dlrti", ::fc'Ml' . j HKI:r.--Twinf'. nw. Sl-4 ; , i'M'.rb-. :;-ic; b.r.cr'e.rrs, -''J S1' 1.1VI. I'T'LTKY Tark-r?.. "1 : rM-en. .C-V; pprlriFr!, TO' ters. l'lc; pe..e. -V; d j i, 1'oTATOl.S-Ileeeij f. Tf ran; Jl 7C"o 1..-. (HICAOO CHAIN AND I'HOVfsION. ( hi;, n.jt. i. (l;.rr.!r.; U'.ih Is, "! cor.N- Nov. Ill 11" U' 115 :k I.-. 112 113-, no-, n:; Jtrt. ll.T-a 114'v 111 I'd'-, OATS Nov. CT 07 r-. Iee. ti,' '-'a r-'"- Jan '.5'ai o'-j PORK Nut. n 7o r.4 nv ."4:1 Jan. ;t s.j ;.; 75 IV ." L.v:ti-- not. rs 's i;w 2i'5 u3 Iec. 1:4 1 '-' ' J Jan. 14-' 24 75 2 U", 11 73 It I HS Nov. 22.00, ?2.10 i?. rn 22 11 Jan 21.X 2X02 i'lW 22 J MONiri' AXD i:XCIIAXGK. NUW YOIIX, Nov. 4-il rr.cr-- X th floor of tl" New Yorfc Fltric Pi chete toiay rulod s.t r-i-tS bleb. 6 Fr cent; low, 5 p r cti 'lle money was ir.. Hates were pr cer.t The mr)iet for ;-rtme i:reanti: Paper wa "tendv. tll r.KLey !a I.on-lo:i whs X -T eer.U SterMnsr Kcl.r .' L.t w.th tui lneas lr. Hankers' Hi:: at demand: $173 fir iar b'.::t. a-i M.TL for tday bills THOMSON AND McKINNON 201-202 J. M. S. Bldg. lletaiTB Iew Tork Ftox Eichas ge New Ter Cotton Exctuvf. Ne Orleana Cotton KxcLatft. ChirigJ Stock Exetanr- CUtiro Hoard t Trade, axd Indiana Hacken Ajf mtlon. D5xct Prtta WItm to All Mari et a. rilOXES Hell SCO-30 1. Hern tWCtoo.