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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
t r r II o r . , . 1 1 p G TYLES SERIOUSLY ! 1A Y! They Appreciate Ruskin's Words That Beautiful Dress is Chiefly Beautiful Coloring in Harmony. v V ..iu ; ? V Air: I Sj But One Day Left to Force Hundred Dollars Worth 11 n i:S!).Y, AICIST 12, 1915 WOMEN T NEW T- - : 1 1 ,W 1 1 P . , j 1 1 , . 1 f 1 '.! ft'm mmm mm l)ru. r.i m t.i L ..!. ji Willi n K I m fm II 1 ! I u mm m . m 1 mm 1 J- ... . A., i , i. . iJ. -k'-- .- . t f , 1 .lf p .B. t , , T . r n V - - , - ft ,r 1 i I, 1 17 fi T LAST DAY! m of Now.1d.1y3 women of true discern rr.ent are taking fashion most serious ly. They .appreciate Iluskln's word.-:: "Reautlful drt-.s Is chiefly beautiful coloring In harmony of parts and in th modf of pjttin on and wearing. Itlghtr.eys of mind is in nothing more jJinwn than In the mode of wearing simple Crvar." They fc'own thern.se lve.s according to their temperament, and what is even more important, hare their rooms decorated from a Mrnilar standpoint. The latter naturally re quire more care and attention as the atmosphere of the home, and its en vironment Is very far reaching. Of course this does not mean that every room 'n the house should have the mho color scheme, as no matter what the temperament of the woman, shades, tints and tones possess great er value than the primary colors. The jrreat decorators of today, when submitting plans and schemes for the decoration of a house, are careful to note the characteristics of those who will or do dwell therein. They realize thit the woman richly gowned re quires a certain richness in "her r.Jr roundlngs, while the sweet little woman whoso charm is a Huffy Kontleness, is far more seductive in totally different surroundings. This fact she consciously, or it may he unconsciously, expresses in her clothes and should do so in her home. Hut it must not be imagined that woman may be broadly divided into two classes; there is an infinite va riety; and it is in uniting and blend ing the different coloring to enhance the ?ubtleties and charms or the char acter and appearance of the individ ual woman that those skilled in the crt of mural and other decorations have to exercise all their ingenuity. It Is to be regretted that women do not more fully realize what a power ful weapon color is and the assist ance it is to them in enhancing their beauty. Nor is it sulliclently ap preciated that women no matter whether they are living the strenuous:, social or professional life of today are far happier when they dwell amidst surroundings which are suited to them. One often hears the remark, "I like this room, it is so restful." which is simply because the scheme of decor ation and color is in harmony with Its occupant. Of course It is a mis take to decorate all rooms to sug gest repose; it is essential that some should be endowed with an air of brightness and festivitv, which can easily he made subservient to the char acteristics of the hostess. The key note of modern decoration is. or rather should be, to arrange rooms to harmonize with the appearance, taste and even voice of those who are destined to dwell in them, avoiding anything that will strike a J.irrini? note on the mentality of the hostess. 1 !l JAPAN'S REPLY OM LAND QUESTION NOT RECEIVED Possibility Tliat flatter May Ik? Hrouslit Up in Court In California lirst. WASHINGTON'. Aug. 12. Though It had been expected that the Jap anese reply to the Ftate department's last note regarding the protest against the California alien land leg islation would be submitted before Monday, when that legislation be came effective, there has been no fur ther move in the matter. Ambassa dor Chinda has served notice upon Secy. Bryan, however, that the Jap anese answer will be forthcoming in due course. Meanwhile there is some expecta tion that a test case will be instituted before the California courts, by some individual Japanese resident whose property rights are threatened. It will then remain to be seen whether the Japanese government Is prepared to push its original contention that it is the duty of the United States gov ernment to intervene in the case to protect the treaty rights of an alien resident. E. G. REYNOLDS IS DEAD AT HIS HOME i t ' Former Knjrinoer on the I.ake Shore bj Stricken Suddenly Wire Can't Aroue Him. KL.KITART, Ind.. Aug. 12. 111 bridge ft. Reynolds, a resident of K!k hart for nearly 50 years and a retired Lak Shore engineer, died suddenly at 7 o'clock tonight after an attack of heart trouble of a half hour's dura tion. Although rast 73 years of age. Mr. Reynolds had ren in the best of health and was unusually active. Two hours prior to his death he had ridden his bicycle to the postotlice and tack to his home. He then com plained of not feeling well and laid down upon a couch, in a short time "he- declared that he felt much better. When his wife sought to rouse him from a seeming peaceful sleep, she could get no respor.se. The family physician was summoned but his ef forts were unavailing. Mr. Reynolds was a railroader in the days of the old wood burning en gines and was fond of tilling remark able tales of the runs made over the division at that time. A wife, son and daughter survive. The deceased was a member of the lllkhart lodge of the Rrotherhood of locomotie Kngi r.ecrs and of the local NVr.onio order. SEVENTEEN MILITANTS GIVEN JAIL SENTENCES 3Hv-t Iankhuivt Not in Number a She Is Taken to Scre a IMwiom Term. LONDON. Aug. 1 2. venteen militant sufifraets were brought up In police court Monday and sentenced to terms of imprisonment ranging from a. week to two months as a sequel to Sunday's attempt to storm Premier Asquith's olHcial resider.ee in Downing st. Sylvia Rankhurst, bader of tb storming party, was n t ameng the prisoners, ,s she had been taken di rect to Ilolloway jail to serve another portion of her previous sentence. ! of New Merchandise from Counters and ShelvesBefore W orkmen Rip Things up in General Astounding Sacrifices must be made! Sharply Reduced Small Lots Hair Switches CO QQ The $5 kind .... 30 A fine, refined grade of Wavy im ported hair; 28-inch; 3 1-4 ounce. Gingham Petticoats Qn Regularly $1, now . . 3w The Wm. Anderson Scotch Ze phyr Gingham; blue, pink stripes; plain colors. 29c Slipover Gowns Special Value Pretty. embroidery trimmed Night Gowns that usually sell for GOc. Women's Bathing J Suits, Reduced to .... jt Up to $10 ruits are now going at $5 while as big bargains are at ?1.."0, $1.9S and $2.50. Girls' $1.95, $2.50 M Ofl Bathing Suits ... $ I-UU All Misses' and. Children's bath ing Suits that Fold for $1.95 and $2.50 now $2.00 1.00 Women's Hat Clearance 50c and Many beautiful models left of trimmed or untrimmed hats; worth to $12. Children's Hats Reduced. lOr. 2fir. - - All of which sold for 25c, 50c id $1.0'O originally; good school A. 50c am hat?. Princess Slips Qp Reduced to Here is a mighty good bargain in an all-yea 'round garment. 50c 2-Clasp OGp Gloves new OUu A good, serviceable silk and lislo glove in black, white and colors. Extra Salespeople Will be provided in all our Departments. Underwear and Hosiery at Rock Bottom Men's $2.00 Union Suits . . . Men's 7.Vc I'nion Suits Men's ."0t Athletic 1Mwn . Women's Hoot-silk II(n -."c AVomen's Finest Silk Hose Women's lisde lloo Woman's IJlt 2.' Women's HU Cotton lloo . . niiltlrcn's True Hluo Women's Gauze Vests . Women's 2ro (iauze "sts . l."e aiul l!e Gauze Vxts . . AVomcn's oOc lAlv Vnions . Women's Lisle T'nlons Women's 2."x Gauze lants . Lot KumphM Underwear . . . Hoy's, Misses' and W srarmer.ts and Union tuit.. Uhlhln-iLs' Pony . .$1.00 . . .:0c - to 7."e SI o ft si e ixlr 2 2.")C 2 2.V . . . 2."e . . 1 H' . . . lee . . .Mc . . . .( . . . l!e . . .1-2 omen's 2."c Girls 9 School Dresses Save a Third A pn tty line of new Presses in many r. at styles are now priced at 39c, 89c, $1 to $1.50 ILAST DAY . w- " m M m i , , -wwwvwpvwwoavr- I I I I I I 1 I I ! III 11 II imj Builders say that Thursday morning the store must be at their disposal if the extensive im provements and added territory is to be finished in the time that it must be for a greater and grander Fall Business. We are bound to do this. We have but our choice, to sacrifice now or to spoil a splendid and voluminous amout of trade for Fall and Winter. WE HAVE CHOSEN THE FORMER SACRIFICES WILL BE MADE AND TOMORROW IS THE ONLY DAY LEFT TO EXTEND THEM. VISIT US TOMORROW, or miss the tremendously low bargains we have arranged. ff 1 Profits I ave 1 ay-men- D now, aaermce ig Deeply mto wholesale Costs on a! mmmmw mu m& Will ummer Seady-to-weaFc Wednesday, a our most l The Last Call on sin Up $29. 75 Formerly" -While Serge were up to $27.50 A splendid chance that has never had a parallel. Beautifully made of finest fab rics. Come early. Tan, Serge & Whip cord Suits wersc2975 $5 High grade Suits from the most cele brated makers. Made up to a two-season guarantee standard. Suits, mtwmiiji Final Clean-up on 85 Coats h t up to d $2 All Early Fall Coal that were to $25 $5 Garments from the best manufacturers. The materials .and making are bound to be good. Wednesday S5. $10 and $15 Sport Coats. Special Wed $5 Just such smart coats that young wo men pride in, and at a mighty underpric in Wednesday. Wednesday rings Remnants of Cur tain Materials Offei A liff lot has accumulator since the bopinnin of this sale all at Half. $2 New White -J -j Q Parasols ) I . I 2 Hero aro tho laintiost styles of tho srason $2 prados now $1.19 each. Ribbons that were C Q p $1.25 now J3b A very hlKh-ral quality in pretty effects; 0 to 7 inches wide 5'je yanl. $3.95 "Queen CO QR Bess" Blankets . . " Just fino of the Is Manket of fers tliat have kept us l.usy. Now p o r Regular $1.25 Umbrellas now . . . A particularly tine I'mhrella for those who desire one for service. "Women's or Men's, sr. 15c Women's 25c Linen Hdkfs An excellent quality. Another hipr value is a 10c Fancy Handker chief at 12 1-2 c. Leather Hand 1 Bags Discounted . . . .3 The time to eh.os a hih radc hanK has? for fall 1-:; off. i he most Kaaicai iteancnons on $3.98 to $7.50 SUMMER DRESSES, now at . . $1.00 $7.50 to $10.00 SUMMER DRESSES, now $2.50 & $3.98 $15.00 to $22.50 SUMMER DRESSES, now . . $7.95 SPECIAL Any Linen Coat or Suit; $15 Grade, now $2.98 WEDNESDAY Regular $1.00 Neckwear at Many dainty jderes of New Neekv-ar Jahots, collars, yokes. ot. at Uc. Reg. $1.98 Heather- OQp bloom Petticoats . . . The genuine Hydecrad material in ;annt r.t.s that sell for $ 1 . S rdina rily. A Mammath Stock Reduction of of Household Linens Pure Linen Bleached Crash; I2V2C grade yard 10c 50 pieces "Bell-in-Hand" Linen Crash, Special, yard . .Sc "Dew Bleach" Linen Huck Towels, now 25c; doz. $2.50 Checked Glass Crash; 12l2c, 15c, 18c kind, 10, 2Y2, 15c "Old BleacH" Huck Toweling plenty of it, yard . . .25c "Old Bleach" Crash; 35c (18-in.) 20s, 39c (22-in.) 22c 150 Sample Pattern Cloths at just . . .ONE THIRD OFF Napkins; $1.89 to $7.50 grades at $1.50 to $4.50 Doz. 8c Nimrod Muslin, 6c 9c Daisy Muslin, 7l2c Irish Linen Damask; 68-in., $1 kind at yard 75c Selling Silks, Cotton and Wool Fabrics Never W ere Less New Tub Silks; $1 and $1.25 formerly now yd 69c Hundreds of Wool Fabrics Remnants at about ONE-HALF A clean-up of 75c and $1.25 Dress Silks, yard 39c $2 Voile Flouncing; 45-inch, Wednesday yard $1.25 New Calicoes, a warranted grade Wednesday yard . . .ac j X-V f i tm DAuMmonfr I1T I f ? rrt" art C r nnrl 1 fi I Light Percales in a 15c quality Wednesday yard 10c Guaranteed Apron-check Ginghams Wednesday yard 4c Fine Ramie Dress Linens; 50c always, now yard 39c Genuine Serpentine Crepe; 18c everywhere, yard 10c CHILDREN'S SCHOOL DRESSES Regularly $1 Wednesday Sale 29c All sizes 2 to 6 and 6 to 14. A li selection for mothers who at tend earlv. Oct vour supply tomorrow. NEW GINGHAM APRON DRESSES (M fin A Special Wednesday Offering at v ' UU It's the best "dress" we ever sold at a dollar, too. All sizes to 46; plain ElnRhams. Tomorrow $1 $1.00 A BIG SALE OF MISSES' AND GIRLS' BATHING SUITS at Pretty Ifcuhlnp Fults th.it are actually worth to $3. A splendid H I 3 U . mt Mlllt'Sl.ilV llliJIirr l Kl. M1- ill l. WOMEN'S DRESSING SACQUES Values 39c and 25c Wednesday The finest made garments one could expect at 20c and 23c. lot must po, however, at 19c. 1 A bis Don't Fail To Share In These Greatest Expansion Sale Offerings All Day Wednesday. 1,001 Others as Big. ROBERTSON'S Business Hours: 8 to 6 Daily; Saturday, to 10 O'clock. From 8 o'clock tomorrow till 6 at night. Great Big Savings on Toilet Goods TJU' IoinU Vani-liliu: Cram P0 ."( Mcllxa Cold Cream 13c :(U' Mclba Cleansing Oesini l.U' ."(! stcllniau's VTvkle (Yt-am Ifiiul'-. Honey, Almond Crcatn r. ."( IVtM-o Tooth Ia-tc nc J"k- IliKiIlnc for ivn. 1!,r Col-ato' Toilet Water- 2.V, .VK Colati' Talcum Pmwler l,"o rail-bank'- Siai Sx-ia1 ! !'." Oriental Hath Powder 17 ."()( T-a Plandie l'ae Powdor '-io ." Hair Net- 3 for 10c ';um!o Silver Pol Mi ! Jar Kufirun Dental I.iqu'l ItH ."Cc ! la-teriru' at :W t"t 2.".e Halliiiue't: jH-rfurnil iTic Cuth ur.i Soap- at IS ttnt 88c !j 49c ! New Sample Blouses--Special S9l: A cpl'-ndid variety of several hundred uniwly trimmed HIous- s. Wedn'-sday nr:!v, Stc Were $1 up to $3.50 LAST DAY 3C 3C M N i ii ii