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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
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Children's tOUT BE&DJ QHlSAYlZlSY UAHOAiN &m?itz WASH
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BADLY INJU
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JAISTS
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$2.50 values,
I llsi.50 values.
Labor Federation President Is
Hurled Thirty Feet in Auto
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ICF.W VoRK Apr;! ? c . -:sm-A
Gompfr. preulen of th- Aim-rir-ui
Federation of iibor. '.v.i- -liously
Injured hre Sunday afternoon when
a taxlcal in wnih h vv-.is 'rldir .c,
was struck lr. a Broadway Miif.ie1
car an hurled 'jo f.-t t th orb.
Surgeons who wre i ri1. trion 1 t
portJ after : a imn iMon thit
two of Mr. Or.mp'-rV i'l"- hrid Leen
fractured, his rinht in;' sr;i ir.- a r;d
that he hil uf r ere 1-O'Iy
contusion. I - -j it- th .T!v:inp'''l
K of th" T -j . ; It-niltr. s h f
yarn old. th- s'lnron J !. r I
there w.m n likelihood of the in
juries proving fatal.
Was lln-.
Mr. fiomper has Len
tuslly ev ry minut- mii'.- hi
from the i,( f onfer r
Mist fiUTW M03.GAN
l.'
v i r -r
turn
whore
he servf-rl rh;tirin;iii cf th- om
mission iti' "rn.i t ii:.il l.iior leN
lition. Me h-ii Jiit -tart d o it from
his hotl fnr an huur'M relax. ition
wh n th' n o i ' i r i in nr i !.
A th t.i'-.i rrij,-s'i the lJroal-
way far Ir;"' :it .''l.t v., it w.t-
ftrnrW - a north lav.iml rar. I I -frun
vhn . t n .-.,! TJie crasii
ru-heil to tue v. i (,. r, niariin:' : i T ; i j
-xtri'-at- Mi". .'mprs. wlo wa
found to f im,' -uv iow U- mi
of the cal w.is c n i !! t I rushed,
in and tli r-'-kae hal pirui' 1 liimi
afc'ainst the other side ()f the ma-,
chine. j
(urrirtl ( Ilofi-I. 1
Mr. CJomprr.- wna carrie d f u k t
his hotel. After an examination
urfjeons decided it would le unwi.Sf,
to remove him to a. hospital. j
Although it was insisted that Mr. '
MüsAVm G.MADOQ AT VlCTQrlYSVAY MtsgCICIL ARDEN
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S NURSES PA FADING. AT VfCTOfcY WAY 1)
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Handicap 28 CS 2S 31 '
Totals IS 1ST 473 542
Mee;.- 16S 175 C12
Handicap .... K 17 17 51
Totals IS.'. 192 1'. '63
.l.H-kMin W UO 166 433
Handicap .... 4 40 t' 110
TotnN I4f 200 COT, ;. 3
lleyde 17 174 öfö
! lamliap .... 1 '. 1 13 .".3
Tot.ils IM 17 22ft 604
Jones 17 1 4 lß 5r6
Handicap 3S 114
Totals 21 1 2.12 224 70
Mohn 24 1)4 ::i
Totals 2 4 4 15:: 1 4 .".71
r.i-.rkhart .... 17 1 44
Handicap .... - 2 ." 2 ." 73
Totals 212 19 ifil 5 5
rook 171 432
Handicap P. 7 .".7 37 111
Totals 20 lfiR r4r.
Kosti.-er 1 r, 7 K2 471
Handicap .... :i 1 11 2,1 ?P.
Total ll 1 1??. ."4
Zuhlcr 10 ??. 15.". 44
Handicap .: 4 2.4 2.4 10 2
Total 202 197 1ST
Hull 12S 160 140 4 2.1
Handicap .... 2.9 2.9 117
TotaN 167 lfO 12 ;.4i
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In order that the public shall not forget the part nurses played In the war. 200 of these brave women,
wearing the uniform of the army uurte, took part Id the special parade arranged In New York as a prelude to the
Ni.rves' Day meeting in Victory Way. So far this centre of Victory Liberty Loan activity has been dedicated to
women's war work and women's appeal for funds. The nurses walked In a parade which started In Central
I'ark and-proceeded south In Fifth areuue to Fifty-second street east to Park avenue and Victory Way. Thirty
six anihuhncLS, rcpre.centic2 every chapter of the metropolitan section of the Atlantic Division of the Red Cross,
r.ompers condition was not mticr,!. i n,nptv.u Letcher hearers, carrying their stretchers, and the Ked Cross Hand of sixty, led by Morris M. Lentner.
rhcials of the American 1 toleration . . c . ,
.f Labor mm bulletins would be wvrc la luu'- -xlaJor Dorothy C. Sadyn, assistant director of the Ked Cross Motor Corps, was marshal.
.-uod from time to time reporting his ,
onditioni.
VAM'ARLKS HHOKiHT QT'T.
LONDON", .ATarch 2Z. ( Uy mail.)!
Many valuable pictures from Lon-J
don art allerio?. FTjryptlan mum-!
mics from the British museum, nnd !
some or ivmp: (leorfre s personal
property now are heinp: taken from
the uncompleted postal tube where
they were stored durinp: the war to
prevent destruction in air raids.
Always First in NEWS-TIMES
MOHTENEGROAN
INTRIGUE VICTIM
Alexander Devine Declares
Nations Have Ignored Ex
istence as a Country.
Handicap
BOWLING SCORES
1
1 1 j Totals .
' V. Miller
j! j Heche . . .
J I I lanJicap
Totals .
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LO.VDO.V. March 2Ä. Hy main
Charges that Montenegro. the
smallest of the allies, has been a
victim or intrigue during the war.
are made by Alexander Devine of
Winchester, a friend of the little
F'.alkan country. In a letter of com
plaint to Premier Lloyd (ieorpe. Mr.
Pevln writes:
"The great feature of intrigue
has been to Ignore her existence as
a separat country; thm to protest ' VYe.-t u."-
that fraternal confederation with Ilaslaner .... 202
her was most desirable: and final - j Schnelle 201
lv to deliberately attempt to absoH i Handicap .... H'2
her exlctenc and nationality.' i
Mr. Lloyd fJecrge replied that li"
hoped and believed that the Inter
ests of Monteneirr would be- amply
protecte.l at th peace conference.
TOIUNAMIIN'T
I'lVK MiOX THA.MS.
LOYALS
P.'irMtart 17
Hull IM)
Sprim 14
Holland HI
j Mathews
i Venntd .
Mountain
Handicap
1
167
10!
1 L'7
12;
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12.7
1 :;7
1 Ml)
1 12
2u:i
s i
1 MoilM
4 2,t;
412!
t r. ; J
6 2 7 !
Total j . . .
HAULS
Dinol
Zimmerman
Verrick . . .
Piowaty . . .
1 1 evtl e
Handicap . ,
102:
S7J S'JH
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160
H2
117
167
212
20
14.-,
126
10 1
166
1 1
20:
ins
167
1 r.
l:'.7
ir7
2 M 1
S-lrjrt.s .
I landiea
Totals .
r, itiTS-
Jay
ltonds . .
Wallis . .
Nies . . . .
Krisle . . .
11:
47."
5 j I Handicap
47 0 I
Totals
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12.4
1 7
lor,
1 4
S i I
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1.;m
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1 2.s
17
126
IS 7
l nr.
124
1 4
1 2S
127
1 s 7
117
194
407 j
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2 4 6 I
r.s2 1
Totals 419
92
l mi 270.; ! llosliser
140
l ;j
16.".
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16 l
126
14S
lr.i
1 6(1
170
12.
1 2 6
Totals
47-
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4 r. i
47S
::7s
19 9"M S'v
62
1Ü4 7 9 12 911 2 9ul
Duck 14:
164
1 6n
1 1
16 t
i:.s
12,2
1 10
l :.i
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130
172
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TO PREVENT SHIPMENT
OF LIQUOR TO STATES:
HAVANA. 'uba. April 2. The'
aptain of the I'ort of Havana h.is,
nottied h.'ms which furnish supplies'
for flshiPir vessels that watch will be
kept over T:rh shipiunir and that!
visit of Inspection will be made to ,
e that they carry no more food ,
nnd llquv when leaving tort than i- J
r"cc ss-iry for their own t;.e
This measuro Is tine to lnfoima-(
'ion rfceived by the port o!Ti ial that I
several flshinc: vssels have taken j
(jualit'es of rum and other lio.uors j
nboard to be exchaneed in American;
jurisdictional waters fK.r other no t - i
chandise
Totals . . .
IIOKNS
I.'lbel
Schneider . .
Yea-,'loy
Meli
Ka uff man . ,
Handicap . .
Totals . . .
STAGS
Yena
9 7 0 9 01 S 6 2
172
169
162
150
1
14S
157
2 02
162
12.7
1 :-. 6
14
9.",
9 42
177
1 6 2
126
145
12-S
14S
S97
4M
4 -.2
2. 1. 6
497
521
2.96
507
5 2 4
4 50
422
429
444
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Dut:i!L!:s
Duck
Haslantrei . .
1 51
15V
Hndicap 6 6
12. 1
1 7 i 4 6
Totals 2 75
Zubler 1
Hull 1,S
Handicap .... 72.
Totals 2.51
Vennett 121
Mohn 22 4
Handicap .... 47
Totals .145
Campbell .... 159
Purk hart 149
Handicap .... 51
Totals .?ns
NeiKodski 129
Snoger 199
1 5 4
166
66
2.S6
1.12,
160
73
2.66
152
195
47
n 47
165
160
51
oar
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20 1
17S
6 6
44 5
1 15
152
7.1
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5" 2
1 9S
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I Handicap
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Totals
Mountain . . .
j Holland
j Handicap . . .
Totals
SINGLES
W. Miller . . .
106 106 106 31S
4 4 4 4.T7 4 1 J 129 4
21 :i 179 165 5 57
161 211 164 526
4 5 45 45 12
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419 42.5 2,74 122S j
115 175 116 406 J
1 44 177 1S1 4.52
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, 259 302 297 988 j
134 161 140 42 5
159 205 137 49S !
, 2. 6 2 4 3 2 i 4 1 1 4 0 j
187 137 1S2 506
171 147 164
. 42 42 42 126
, 400 2.26 3SS 1114
127 128 146 401
125 141 196 462
7S 7 8 7 8 23 4
, 220 247 420 1097
155 159 145 4 59
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Skin
Comfort
ForOurBoys
Found In
Cuticura
The So&p to Sitfnre,
Bathe and Shampoo, the
Ointment to Lejd
These fraprant. supcr-
creamy emollif iit soothe
and heal ec?cr.as and
rashe, stop itching, clear
the skmof pimplcs.thc
scalp ot canaruu ana
the hands of chaps
and sores. Also for
cuts, wounds, stints
of insects, sunburn
or windburn.
lkr wtth CttaTft
Soap TV UaitUr, Up-to-U
Citlnn Way.
No mif.mtlmr oP.
no rennt . no frea at-
kali, no waste, no irntatrar rn wfrn fft4 twe
daily. One bop ttw all or - baring, bvtntn?,
shtmpoinf . LoubaW raar f?,ry , not to ep&
to ita Vtrat, frarrart Coticnrm mdiea.ton.
Soap, Ointment, Ta.'rumZe. arh. Sold everywhere.
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4 50 j
2 1 i4
2.40 io:
124
201
47
2.2 5
1 4S
15S
51
2 06
1 2 5
1 8 2
6 20
141
115S
47 2
467
152,
1002
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OI K COAL MAK1 VYAHM
minx ix.
Shnnp -oal yardf. KnoM.x k arid
Martin. Telephones: f U 19!'. Home
LS40 14S67-tf
Always First in NEWS-TIMES
W1USTER0LE QUICK '
REUEFiN0 BUSIER!
It Soothes and Relieves Like
a Mustard Plaster Without
the Burn or Sting
Musterole is a clean, white oint
mcnt, made with the cil of mustard.
It does ali the work of the old-fashioned
mustard plaster does it better and
docs not blister. You do net have to
bother with w cloth. You simply rub
it on and us ally the pain is ponel J
Many doctors and nurses use Muster-!
o!e and recommend it to their patients.
They will pladly tell you what re ;
lief it gives from sere throat, bron
chitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neu-
ralgia. congestion, pleurisy, rheuma- j
tism, lumbago, pains and aches of the ,
back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, ;
bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of
the chest (it often prevents pneumonia).
30c and COc jars; hospital siie $250. ,
Annual Election of Directors
Patriotic & Civic Relief Association
The annual meeting oi the Patriotic and
Civic Relief Fund association for the election
of Directors for the ensuing ver.r will be held
Monday, May 1 2th, 1919, at S.oo p. m., at the
Chamber of Commerce building. The nomi
nating committee has placed the following
names in nomination: Mr. U. G. Bingham,
Mr. Albert Y. Delling, Mr. Ira Ciralsky, Mr. B.
J. Andrews and Mrs. Walter H. Baker. Mem
bers can vote in person at the meeting, or can
vote through another as proxy. If you cannot
be present, sign the attached proxy, tilling in
the name of the person whom you wish to cast
your vote. Proxy must be tiled with the secre
"tarv. Prank P. Hering, at least 24 hours before
the annual meeting.
CVnscieut ious Clothcs-trvloc
South
Bend's
Leading
Men's
and
Boys'
Apparel
Store
Since
1884
rem i mi i ii 'lr
fA :
Vi KU-Is
ii
South Hend. Ind 1919.
I
h rehy
appoint or tn cas
of his absence the pr-.-iilinp otTlcers of ail annual
ii-.rt iinp. as my proxy to cast my votes in the an
nual election of directors of the Patriotic and Civic
Iielief Kurd Association, held May 12. 1919.
Numb-r of votes to whfch I am entitled
Witm.vs
lo you wish the
Association continued another year
r.o
Pach subscriber whose pledge is paid in full
is a member of the Association. Each member
is entitled to one vote for each dollar subscribed.
After Easter Special
? Norf oiks'
Specially Priced
ooys
185 exceptionally smart suits
Junior Norfolks, having box
pleats. Sizes 7 to 12 and boys'
waist-seam models with belt all
around. Sizes 8 to 16, in beau
tiful wool mixtures and serges.
Boy's Store Third Floor
Adler Brothers
10 Vt YVaah. At.
107-9 . Muh. St.
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Tuesday
Gil ere
Your Dollar will be worth $2 and $3 here Tuesday. Below we only mention a
few of the Many Bargains we offer for Dollar Day.
Coats, Suits, Dresses,
Waists, Specially Priced
NEW SPRING
Capes and
Goats
Worth to $15, at
7.5
$3.50 WHITE SKIRTS
This is absolutely the biggest bargain you
ever bought in your life at this
low price
NEW GINGHAM DRESSES
All new this season's merchandise, just
received. Values to $12.50,
at UÜb
NEW SPRING
SUITS
Worth to $35.00.
Specially priced
for Tuesday at
0
Special in Our Millinery Dep't for $ Day!
2,000 Untrirnrned Shapes
Values to $3.50. Black, brown,
green, sand, grey, purple, navy
and other good colors at this
price
$3.00 TRIMMED HATS Tuesday at $1.00150 Hats
close out Tuesday at the very low price of
Twenty-five different styles
to .choose from. All new
this season's styles.
in this lot to gJjjQ
3rri Flnnr Qnprisk fnr t Flau Tiipcriaul
uiu I i u u I upuuiuiu lui y yuj luuuuuji
LADIES KITCHEN MEN'S COVERALL WHITE BOYS'
HOSE APRONS WORK APRONS PETTI- BLOUSES
25c values, 75c values SHIRTS $1 95 values COATS 2 f
6 pairs for 2 for 2 for 2 for
S1.00 S1.00 S1.00 81.00 81.00 81.00
25c GINGHAM BLEACHED LADIES' I MEN'S
Special 6 yards MUSUN BRASSIERES OVERALLS
e 25c values 5 yds. 95c values ro M ,
for f()r 2 for $2.00 values
$1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00
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SIX PER CENT. (6r; ) MONEY TO LOAN.
To Pay Off That Mortgage
or
To Help Build That Home
Investigate (OUR SPECIAL PLAN LOAN)
Terms of "OUR SPECIAL'
Amount of Loan
Rate of Interest
Security Required,
Period of Mortgage.
How Paid,
$1,000 to $5.00.
Six Per Cent (6r; )
Mortgage on Home not to
exceed one- half val uation,
and good health.
Ten (10) Years.
Small Monthly Installments.
Special Features,
If borrower lives ten years, the mortgage is paid. If
borrower should die any time before the ten year period
expires, the mortgage is cancelled at time of death, and all
monthly payments made on the principal are returned to
his family or estate.
Call and get further details.
The St. Joseph Loan & Trust Co.
Ask for Mr. Abernethy, Manager Insurance Department.
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Willah, a
The smaller the ice box
the larger the ice bill, has
been proven a thousand
times.
Make sure you have a
good sized box and that it is
in good condition, then you
can aftord to use ajl the ice
you need, and your bill will
not be large.
If in doubt, ask our ad
vice. Artificial Ice
Company
THERE IS ONLY ONE.
Home 6123; Bell 2221
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A NEW SUIT OF
SLIP COVERS
over the 5,ats r.f your auto pivr
a morf refined and lejrant appear- ;
ance to It. It will surrr:. you
what a difference it makes. Thy :
kelp to keep the dust and dirt out
of the upholstering. Iet us ie!
you a fure on a et.
Colfax Company
100 Lincoln U'aj Lust.
Eyes
Examined
Gla&ses properly fitted
Dr. J. Burke, Op't
230 S. MICHIGAN ST.
Beth Phones.
Broken lesss duplicated the
same day. Prices moderate.
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