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TOMORROW
Tomorrowyou- AND ALL OF YOU, will participate in OUR GREAT MONTHLY DOLLAR
DAY EVENT. That has and always will have the reputation of "SPEND A DOLLAR" and "SAVE A
DOLLAR." Merchandise, not bought special for this sale, consisting of odds and ends and shop-worn, but
our high grade STANDARD merchandise will be offered you, backed up by our "CONCRETE GUAR
ANTEE OF SATISFACTION."
Many items will be limited, so come early and be one of the first to select from our freshly laden stocks.
If you have never attended these money saving events, do so now. Our bargains and the money you save on
them will pay you for your valuable'time. Doors will open at 8 A. M. sharp.
MEN'S HOSE
Men's fibre silk
hose, slightly imper
fect; values to 75c.
per pair; 3 pairs for
$1.00
MEN'S CAPS
Men's spring caps,
very large selection
of light and medium
dark shades. Dollar
Day Sale, 2 for
$1.00
SOFT COLLARS
35c collars, very
newest styles to
choose from. Dollar
Day Sale, 4 for
$1.00
$3.50 MEN'S
HATS
Very large selec
tion of men's $3.50
felt hats; in any
shades to select from
$1.00
16 BARS AMERICAN
FAMILY SOAP FOR
$1.00
Don't . forget your
share of the soap bar
gain with every $2 pur
chase or over; 16 bars
for
$1.00
HAIR NETS
J 5c cap shape hair
nets, in black and
dark brown. Dollar
Day I dozen for
$1.00
LADIES' CREPE
BLOOMERS
$1.25 crepe
bloomers; extra
good quality ; pink,
blue and white; one
for
$1.00
Limit 3 pair.
TOMO
18c BLEACHED ,
TOWELING
On sale Dollar
Day; limited amount
on hand; 8 yards
for
$1.00
Limit 8 yards.
RROW
25c APRON
GINGHAM
All size
and colors.
Day 5 yards
checks
Dollar
$1.00
$4.00 SHIRTS
$1.00
Men's dress shirts,
valued up to $4.00;
many good patterns.
Special for Dollar
Day
SloOO
$1.50 SHIRTS
$1.00
Men's Wue cham
bray shirts, made up
very well, with pock
ets. Dollar Day
$1.00
25c CANVAS
GLOVES
Canvas gloves with
gauntlets ; made of
heavy canvas. Dollar
Day, 6 pair
$1.00
MEN'S AND BOYS'
CAPS
Winter caps for
men and boys; val
ued to 75c. Special
for Dollar Dav, 2 for
$1.00
TURKISH
TOWELS
50c extra good
quality turkish tow
els; limit three tow
els; 3 for
$1.00
25c STRAW
TICKING
25c blue and
white stripe ticking;
6 yards
$1.00
Limit 12 yards.
$1.50
UNDERWEAR
Men's fleeced
shirts and draw
ers; worth $1.50.
Spexial for Dollar
Day, a garment
$1.00
25c HOSE
Men's hose of
cotton in shades
of black, blue,
tan and grey; six
pair for
$1.00
50c MILL
HOSE
All wool mill
hose in blue with
white heels and
toes. Dollar Day
3 pair for
$1.00
$1.50
MITTENS
Men's leather
mittens with wool
wristlets. Special
for Dollar Day,
pair
$1.00
Watch This
On Our
45c LEATHER
PALM GLOVES
Heavy canvas
gloves with leath
er palms. Special
fcr Dollar Day. 3
pairs for
$1.00
$2 OVERALLS
$1.00
Men's overalls
of medium
weight denim,
without bib. Dol
lar Day, pair
$1.00
MEN'S 75c
WOOL GLOVES
W o o 1 gloves
in shades of black
and brown;
choice selection;
2 pair for
$1.00
$1.50
MUFFLERS
Men's and
boys mufflers, of
silk and knit:
many to pick
from. Dollar Day
$1.00
Arm
m mi is
mm m
$1.49 LADIES'
PETTICOATS
Of fancy merceriz
ed moire or fancy
flowered flannelette.
Dollar Day
$1.00
$1.48 LADIES'
MUSLIN GOWNS
Neatly trimmed.
Dollar Day one for
$1.00
Limit two.
MISSES' HATS
One lot of misses'
plush and velvet
hats, priced up to $2
each, to close out at
2 for
$1.00
BOUDOIR
CAPS
$175 and 1.50
ladies" fine trim
med boudoir caps,
cue for
$1.00
SKATING
CAPS
75c wool skat
ing caps; many
shades; two for
$1.00
Limit 2
BLEACHED
TOWELING
25c bleached
toweling; extra
good quality. On
sale 6 yards
$1.00
6 yards limit.
DRESSING
SACQUES
$1.49 ladies'
fancy flowered
dressing sacques;
sizes 36 to 46. On
$1.00
DollorDaySde
KnocKs out High Ptii
Misses' and children's Felt
Slippers, worth up to $2.00;
per pair
$1.00
Women's leather House
Slippers; worth up to $2.50;
per pair
$1.00
TURKISH
TOWELS
1 5c unbleach
ed lurkis li tow
el, with fringe;
10 for
$1.00
Limit 10 towels.
16 Bars of
American Family
Soap with
Every $2.00
Purchase or Over
$1.00
LADIES' SILK
HOSE
$1.25 ladies'
silk hose; all siz
es and colors of
black, brown and
white; pair
$1.00
MISSES'
AND BOYS
DRAWERS
$1.00 misses
and boys' draw
of all wool. Dol
lar Day 2 for
$1.00
$1 WHITE SHIRTS
2 FOR $1
White dress shirts
with stiff cuffs; $1
values. Dollar Day
2 f" -$1.00
wm
$1.00 OFF
of all our men's $5
flnannel shirts, in tan,
blue and grey. Dol
lar Day
$1.00
Women's shoes, in
button and lace ;
hand sewed soles ;
valued to $8. Sale
price $3.95. Dollar
Day $1.00 OFF
$2.95
$1.19 OVERALLS
FOR BOYS
Boys' and clnld
dren's pure indigo
blue bib overalls;
plain o( striped;
sizes up to 15; pair
$1.00
$1.50 KNEE PANTS
Boys' knee pants,
in many lively pat
terns; also lined.
Special for Dollar
Day, pair
$1.00
Women's dress
shoes in brown and
dark cravanette top;
worth up to $12.
Sale price $6.95
$1.00 OFF
$5.95
$1.48 MISSES' AND
WOMEN'S
MIDDIES
Plain white and
also trimmed. Dollar
Day
$1.00
45c 36-INCH
FRENCH FLANNEL
Suitable for dress
es and waists. Dol
lar Day 3 yards
$1.00
25c APRON
GINGHAM
All size checks and
colors. Dollar Day 5
vards for
$1.00
.50c WOMEN'S LISLE HOSE
3 PAIR FOR $1.00
and many shades. On sale
Dollar Day, 3 pairs
$1.00
69c PERCALE APRONS
2 FOR $1.00
Children's percale aprons,
consisting of many stripes
$1.00
D. COHN
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SON, PROPS.
EAST i,WiJJ CHICAGO
$1.50 and $2.00 Knitted
Neckties to be offered you
on Dollar Day
$1.00
$1.25 and $1.50 Men's
all silk fancy striped hose
on sale at per pair
$1.00
S3
LIVE NEWS
FROM THE
TWIN CITIES
1 1
ir op may
te h"li next
v,
T ! i Koy scouts of St. Stanislaus
; S' hiioi r vrry much flated of the re-
ociit arrival of Father Go'levz as
assistant at thir church. Father Uo-
1 l'cz is an experienced Scout Leadr
i
l anti will supf-rvi.ve the Scout work in
; St. Stanislaus parish.
scoi'T ivm in.CTH"i:.
The- first hand pract u. of t h- Hoy
Scout Mam! will t In- h.n the Klks'
ti'-xt Friday eveninR at v- m.
.Mr. Alhcrl Cook, w.-il ktvwn in K;ist
("oicasto as The director "f the Klks'
Band, will have charge of the instruc
tion. It is expected that about thirty
or thirty-live Seous will start instruc
ion at this meeting.
On account of tin" Hammond and
Fast t'hicaco basketball ctnc this
evening' TrO'.p 1 and Sea Scout Troop
Twpnty-orip will not hold their meet
itlgs ss scheduied. Th" Scouts will
pit. -nd the num.- and h--. Fast Chi
caco put over a ii-tory.
Much pri'frr'ss is ! inc uir.fic u th
organization of the Tro"P Conimittec
of St. Mary's church and it. is fx
pected that a raeains of the boys to
OPFY 1IMMC).D OFFICE
l'f. Fli Lifvin. former intern at the
Inland mill hospital, with Or. J. W.
lli'f .-, a f.-nner i:ast Chicasro man.
!: opened offices at fi State strc;t. in
Hammond. Hoth inen praduateJ from
Kast Chicasr.- high school in the same
year "and both are prraduates of the Il
linois Medical College. They both
vryed as first lieutenants in the medi
al corps durinsr the war.
pram. All that tlif board asks of hA
Americanization leaders is that an at
tendance ne ;issurd and that once the
classes have been started the persons
in attendance c nrlnue. until the en
tire course hta been completed..
The evening classes will he started
under competent instructors as soon a.-
the learedrs of the movement will as
sure the hoard of a sufficient number
of ftudents.
Jrotto will tonight leave Uast Chicago
at six oViork to attend the ,., rem-tiia1
of Aryan (irotto of Chica-Et-.. Henry
W, Petersen, secietary of Al-IIassan
Grotto lias received an announcement
'- the ceremonial and vaudeville in
which all Grotto members are invitc.l
to attend. .
m;v joii fob firemkx
AMI. I. tll'KN MiIIT sdlOOI.S
The Ka.it 'h;easo Hoard of Fd icat
n in indorsing the Americanization
i:iov liens wiiieh has been started by
It. linidman umlor the auspices of the
chamber ,-f foinmer.-o fignifiet) their
wilinsness to open nijcht schools in an
effort to help the Americanization pro-
srilVKS AT 5iki:ti
Dr. A. S . P.esk.d formerly njire.-F-man
of H insary and representative of
the Slav." at the peace conference in
Paris will tomorrow niRlit address a
mass meeting ia Kast Chicago at the
Holy Ghost Greek Catholic Russan
Church at the corner -f 14 Uh and Ul
cott avenue. Dr. Heskid s president
of the Soviet of Carpatho-Iius.ia ( Ku
thenia and will speak in the interests
of that country. He eame to the l.'ni
ted Statfs about two month:
The ni tins u il! start ahoii sven
o'ebe-k and at the eonclusi u a party
inliudinfr the speaker w.li have a,
dinner party.
The Kast Chicago Board of Works
yesterday voted to purchase a I'nited
States fiat; f r the city hall and direct-
d that the tire department take ( liar;
of raising and 'lowering it each (lay.
The hearinc on remonstrances ..n as
sessments on the Pubi c Road was con
tinued ui'til Thursday. February 21th.
Josef Kosnia and Anton Burton were
awarded SS.itOO f' r damages- to thoir
property b- the opening and widening
A number of members of Al-Hasran
j of I :ekey Place .
j The p.,,ard of Safetc whi'-h met di
i ro-ih- after the adjournal nt of the
Hoard ..f Works found Optain Turn
1 i. wney ai:'tv of the ilnr;s prefer
red nsainsl hiru by Mike sharp and
s-eiiteiu-ed 1 im to on-- day's suspension
'.vithout pay. The suspension will be
on March 1. The awarding- of con
tract for 2.000 feet o fire hose was
ontinued until Man h 1.
Mrs. Charles P.enfrod of Ivy was
surprised last evening' by a large gath
ering of friends, associate members
of the Indiana Harbor Review Mac
cabees. The evening- was p'easantly
Fpent in various ways and forms of
entertainment with delightful re
freshments served. This orpa nization
merits quite a status for holding com
plimentary affairs from time to time
on feir various members and when
the occasion affords.
Mrs. Thomas McMahon. of H4th St..
who contracted scarlet fever from her
three children, ill with it. and now
convalescent, is not finite so fortunate
in surmounting the train of difficul
ties this malady always entails when
it attacks the adult person. She has
been very iil and her mother. Mrs.
NTora Artihey is assisting in the care
and quarantined in with the rest of
the fimily. The worst affliction un
der combatemcnt no.-- is the aural area
which, is occasioning much alarm.
Mrs. R. W. W. Atiherson. of Grape
vin st. is anions the newly reported
cases of those ill on the i larbo: side.
The ladles of the Kast Chicaco .Meth
odist church will meet Wednesday of
nest week at pastor Jui's' r sidence
in Beacon St., and formulate plans
which will be carried out for the sea
son at hand and the many weeks to
come when activities will he of a less
cr social nature.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Ucppa of
Melville ave.. have returned from Win
dber. Ta.. v here they w ere summoned
on account of the death f Mrs. Rep
pa's sister. Mrs. Reppa suffered the
loss of a sister a tar ago also.
LOWELL
CROWN POINT
Do you know that the Sterling
Woolen M Us. 171 State street, Ham
mond, have 60 different styles of cloth
suitable for your Spring Suit. Faster
Sunday is less than weeks away
pet busy and investigate. If you
haven't ordered yet. ask jour neigh
bor about them. C-".3 cod
Mr. R. T. Sanders went to Rose
Lawn yesterday to visit her niece,
Mrs. Trace Farley, who Is very serl-
louMy sick. She had a stroke of pa
j ralysis Sunday .
( harles Sherard went to Indianap
olis on bus-'iness last evening.
Drr J. A. Oinwiddie went to Chicago
last evening to attend a dental me t
inij which is in session yesterday ani
to;ay .
eorir J. I foe vet went to Chicago
on business yesterday .
Mrs. Mildred Caistens returned to
j her home in Chicago yesterday after a
visit h-re.
The parent-teachers held their reg
ular meeting- Monday evenincr. The
preeram was given by the pupils of th
hi-zh school. The program was well
rendered and was very pleasing to the
large audience.
I imts .. service ia trie uss;
that money can buy and Lones:
effort can furnish.
Better cail up The Times and
have it sent to your house every
night. Tfceh you'll be sure jt will
be there-
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