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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
TMIFF BILL OUT Tomorrow OF S E -irz. IT HAS TAKEN BUT NINE YEARS TO BUILD THIS, SOUTH BEND'S GREATEST STORE'' Anti-Trust, Railroad and Cur rency Legislation Program Well Outlined' for Coming Twelve Months. Ml 7 V jioxDAV, sniToninn s, 101s Ma VhJ:rr tun ENAT Mm' ANN UA L I WASHINGTON, Sept. S. The pro gram of anti-trust, railroad and cur rency campaign that faces congrts3 for tho :nsuln twelve months has become fairly well outlined during the lat week. I'res. Wilson and the democratic leader in tho two houses of centres.- apparently have agreed upon an ambitious plan of legislative work which will bring ail of tho moct Important reforms contemplated by tho Wilson administration within the period that ensues between now and the end of tho next regular session of congress. Tho tariff bill will bo out of the striate and in tho hands of a confer ence committee of Ihn house and sen ate before the end of tho week. Currency legislation has already forced to the front and promises to dominate congressional activity with in a few days. The prospects for mediate currency legislation in r -nut' have not improved during tho lart week but supporters of tho ad ministration bill hold to the hope that by th time the measure has passed the house the senate committee on l , i n L-1 fi t 'inI cnrriiiinv tv'iII Kr ruml v I to act upon it. Ami-Trust First. In the meantime while senate lead ers are announcing that anti-trust legislation and further important amendments to the railroad laws are to be among the first and most im portant subjTts taken up at the reg ular S' S.ion of congress next Decem ber. Twice within the last week Sen ator M-.minonx in charge of the tariff bili in the .senate, has headed off at tempts to put trust or railroad amend ments on the bill by the announce- FALL SALE '1 sTZawZJ: fpmk the k-.' hi W3 nitnt that these subjects would re- (SsZkZiSS' ceive prompt and effective considera- i 'Voi,,'a f tion when the winter session begins. ( VjfVstv, I'resitbnt Wilson's ideas of anti- A tSV'i FALL SALE trust legisl ition have been weli known since his effective work in New Jer sey during the closing days of his ad ministration as governor of that state. He gave a general outline of what he desires i:i the way of trust control legislation, most of it being 'embraced in a series of seven laws enacted in New Jersey. This plan will undoubt edly undergo changes in congress, and and the influence of republicans as well as democrat, who have long b-en active in the light for more ade quate regulation of the trusts, will be ff.lt in tho making of these reforms. Hill Will Stand. Senator Cummins failed in his at-tenu-t t have the tariff bill changed 5C that railroads would bo forbidden to give special rates to importers. This will be passed at the next ses sion as a part of the railroad rate law program. Senator Simmons announc ed yesterday that ho believed import ant changes would be made in the railroad laws at tho next congress to relieve many embarrassments under which the interstate commerce com mission Is now 'working. The currencv hearings begun last week before the senate committee on banking and currency have developed radical expressions of opinion from many members of the senate commit tee which indicate that long debates 11 U 4 liiri. ij."iun-i until v r f wx Nr te will be necessary before any gen- r- 7jfS : v 1, .1 t - KStW 1 XfZZStt&Jlj era! agreement can be reached as to to the merits of the administration Mil. That measure is to come for mally before the house tomorrow and it Is "believed that with the weight of party endorsement behind it. it will be passed practically without change 9 MULU WUiVIArj U!M UMAhUt UA U&A Kcir-SS, CI.7:Vi:LA:i. O.. Sept. S. r.uier ( VvJ r.rr-st hero i a f.shionabiv gownei r"c?-vv3,5s woman wno inojce say iriry n.ie reason to belie is one of the mys tericus robbers w!io succeeled 'n stealing jewels Mrs. John m!!!ir :lr-- Mrs. C. i late i:. II. 1 1 worth ?! 1 Ian in. ! a 0 . 0 C 0 from wife of the ' slu e manufacturer, nnd ! Tti'.mr'ev, daughter of the j H irrirnan, at Narrangs'-tt j Pi? r. H. I., a few week ago. The i woman 5s ehnrge, vith suspicion. Her' name has ni't Jr.Mi revealed. With her at the tirn" of h-r arrest vras a man whose name is also kept secret The arrest was made nt the Instance f Kugene IJowmam of St. Paul, who vas in Cleeiand on lv.sines. He haw the woman on the street and claims he reconl-d her as the Fame woman who picked his pocket of $roo nt Atlantic City some time ago. He followed her into a hotel here and tried to detain her bng enough to secure her arrest but she escaped. Police then searched for her and finally captured bar and the man they were on their way to the union station. J FALL SALE mm 7 .f N. 1 mm COOL WEATHER ON TAP FOR COMING WEEK WASH I XCTOX. Sept. S. Cooler weather during the coming week is promised to the central part of the country by the weather bureau, but no pospeet is held out for relief in the east and south, and even higher temperatures are Indicated for the northwest 1- ! "The eastward movement of a f nJr5-: I northwestern high pressure are duo." ( V I I the weekly bulletin says Sunday. AJMiLCvA "will be attended by lower temper- y J r.tures earlv in the weo.-c over the central plains states, the Missouri and i upper Mississippi valleys and the up per lake region. and probably by home moderation In the Ohio valley and the lower lae kreghn. IJght frosts are probable Monday morning !n the lowlands of North Pakota, and northwestern Minnesota. W.OOMINCTON. Ind., Sept. S. Ur. A. H. Pohlmann. for se?n years with the medical department of Indiana university, has been elected head of the anatomy department of St. Lculs tinlversitv at J.VeTo") a var FALL SALE PATENTS Ar.l Trade Marki Obtained In all Countries. Advice Free. GEO. J. OLT3CH, Registered Patent Atty.. 711. 12 SludeLaker Biis, SouUx Bend. Ir vr m r. 7 ob a n n OHDERTAKER S33 X. MlctiUrau SL ILomo I1ifno Cil; lloK niono 5 mm Newest Furnishings to You at Remarkably -Underpricings Read We have been planning for many months this mighty money-saving occasion to fittingly cele brate the Greater Robinson Store. This reason, together with the idea of giving low prices is an in centive for early fall buying, go to make up the im portant prices quoted here for you. Laces and Dress Trimmings at Big Savings to You Venisc Bandings; instead of 50c now 25c. - Many beautiful designs in 3, 4 and 5-inch width mater ials. White or ecru. A splendid value for those who buyv early half price. Silk Cluny Bands and Edgings, $1 to $2.50. a yard. Beautiful designs in widths from 3 to 5 inches. Extra quality. rlotmcings of Shadow Lace for Corset Covers. A splendid garment the Shadow Lace Corset makes, too. Qualities of exception hereat 50c and 75c yard.'" Many Other New Conceits for Trimming. Embroidered net bands and edges, metal laces in gold and. silver, new braids of every description, handsome all over laces, new tassels in a large range of styles and colors, new coat and suit ornaments. NOTIONS Oar Fall Sale 5c Wire Collar Supports at lc a card; three on a card. Naiad Dress Shields 19c a pair; 25c quality. Wood Button Moulds, 2c a dozen; oval shapes. Dressing Pins, 5c for 100, Rlack or white; 10c quality. Warren Featherbone, 7c yard. Always 10c a cotton quality. 10c Lead Taping, 7c yd. For skirt? or jackets. 5c Snap Fasteners, 3c. a dozen; rust-proof kind. Koohs and Eyes, 5c, 10c. Rustproof; all numbers here. Collar Stays, 5c, 10c ea. Sllpin nnd wire kind. King Basting Thread, 4c a spool of 5 00 yards. Dressmakers' Pins, 5c paper. of 360. Best brass kind. Ocean Pearl Buttons, 10c $1.00 dozen. Many styles KIMONOS and Sacques on Sale Long Kimonos, 48c. Regularly $1.25. Pretty lawn styles in a number of patterns. Se lect yours early tomorrow. Long Kimonos, 25c. S9c Grade. Here is a plendid op portunity to replenish your supply. A good quality of lawn. Short Kimonos, 19c and 25c. 39c and 50c grade. A very rare occasion to get such well-made gar ments even at these orig inal prices. Pretty assort ment. NOTI" Although frroat quantities of these items are on hand, we advise, on ac count of these prices, an ear ly selection. A Selection DeLuxe O U R A U T U M N M I L L I N E R Y A larger department, a more beautiful line of fash ionable millinery than ever before. The millinery values we offer you this season are not to be equalled anywhere. A few: (P C 200 Exquisite Hats of the Latest (t P O Fashion, worth to $12.50, at. . . . P Only 200 women will benefit in this great, big timely bargain. They are a special lot of Sample Hats from a prominent maker. 1 50 of these are smart black models of velvet, plush and satin trimmed with moire ribbon, wings, feathers, etc., in characteristic ' styles. Not a hat in the lot worth less than $8. 300 School Children's Hats; to $1 grades, 25c Pretty felt shapes in all colors this sale, 25c. rf A wonderful bargain at this price, (f r KpO Handsome Ostrich Plumes, The finest lot of Plumes in the brand new' shades seal brown, taupe, mahogany, pink, blue, light blue, gold, black, white, etc. 300 All Wool Serge Dresses Arrived--Sale Price $5.95 A great lot both from the standpoints of quantity and quality. These dresses are prettily trimmed with braid, yokes of lace and have draped skirts. All new colors. UNDERWEAR .and HOSIERY Fall Kinds Exceptionally Big Handkerchief Sale i Women's Regular 25c Fine Maderia Handkerchiefs, 15c. Just 100 dozen of these. Exquisite hand-embroidered and hand-hemstitched styles. Imported - from the Ma deria islands. Women's 15c and 19c Initial Handkerchiefs at 11c. Pure linen; narrow hem; broken lot of initials now 1 lc. Women's Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, extra value, 5c each. Women's Fine All Linen Handkerchiefs, Special at 10c. Children's All Linen Polka-dot Handkerchiefs; 19c grade, 11c. Men's Plain or Initial Handkerchiefs, special 15c .urn- It: l W I ! - Of ft' m iVwri l.ftwrnrpri mil- During Sale - Sweater Coats Priced Exceptionally Reasonable Reg. 3.95 Grades . . 125 handsome, Pure Worst ed Sweater Coats, with the popular Byron collar. Reds and white prevail. A splendid chance at this time of year. - V. J if S3 Children's Sweaters 1 5 i A big lot of tine Zephyr Wool Sweaters for children from 2 to 14 years. Byron collars; grays i and' white. Specimen Fall Sale Of ferings here: Men's' Union Suits, $1.50 and $2 grade, 98c. Sprinpfield and Stephenson makes; white and Egyptian; high neck. 1 Springfield Union Suits, $1 and $1.50 qualities, 50c each. Closing out broken lots of women's line knit Spring field suits. Women's 19c, 25c Vests for 10c. 200 dozen gauze vests, plain or lace-trimmed, that sold for 19c and 25c. Women's 50c Vests, 25c A flno quality gauze vest at half. 75c Phoenix Hose, 50c. i Guaranteed silk stockings, in tan, sky and pink. $2 Wayneknit Hose $1.50 H 1 a c k pure-thread-silk stockings in all sizes. T Men's Half Hose, 2 for 25c I.inen foot kind; tan, gray, navy, black; 15c grade. Men's 39c Sox, 25c 100 dozen silk dres.s half hose in colors; all sizes. Children's Ironclad Hose, for 25c. A grade made particularly for school wear; all sizes. 50 doz. Children' Hose, For 15c A pair, or 2 pairs 25c; fine ribbed; r boys' or girls'. 100 doz. Women's Black Stockings, 15c pair -2 for 25c A matchless quality of durable and good looking stockings are these at this Robertson price. Fast color. Children's Pony Stockings For 25c A very fine grade to rely on for school wear. Children's ;True Blues," 2 for 25c. 50c Silk Gloves, 29c All sizes in a big lot of broken color assortment. Fownes' and Kayser's double tipped kinds. Regular 39c Flouncing, 25c The linest weaves of 1914 styles. All-hand-loom work of 12 to 14 inch width now 25c vd. 435 Genuine Leather Hand Bags-Now at 98c About three gross comprised a big exclusive Hand Dag manufacturer's surplus. We bought them at a big reduc tion which enables this very low price. Each bag is guar anteed not to pull out of the frame within six months from purchase. All have littings. Xew Vanity Ilnffs, r0c. Pretty silver bags with 51 Mesh Ilacs. S2.0S. IUautiful new German sil ver bags; unbreakable mesh; lined or unlined; 5 and 6 inch frames. 1M w M A I mm zzz: powder, pencil and change holders. Strong chain grips. Very special 50c. --Jtvii iiwim ii i I Aii iiiiir ii i ir-C-X ) JH Mk. tr a I J - in I. -a b rj a n m eouciions jn 50 Pieces of 45c Quality Black Taffeta, 25c 6 J -inch width, which makes it most desirable for hair-bows, sashes and girdles. ,A splendid bargain. 100 Pieces Wide Ribbons; 50c Quality, 19c 4 to 6 inches wide; plain moire, satin talTeta, fancy stripes; printed floral ribbons this-sale 19c yarc. 50 Pieces 75c Hair-bow and Sash Ribbons, 35c. Most of these are plain white, pink and blue. A few dainty floral styles, newest moire and jacquard weaves. Regularly priced 75c now 35c yard. XL Each department has received the bulk of its fall merchandise, and, such splendid merchandise it is, too. In women's furnishings, in ready-to-wear, in millinery, in rugs and draperies, the latest and new est is now shown, and at Fall Sale prices. There are a trio of Robertson ads tonight see them all. r-Tremendous House Garment-, Offerings During Fall Sale Here are special purchase lots from one of the best makers of house garments. Each one is care fully made and is full in size. Select early at these prices: 600 House Dresses; regularly at $1 now 59c. Made of the best Amoskeag dress ginghams, in plain blue. A great quantity was bought to get them to sell for 59c. 120 Double -service House Dresses; $1.75 grade, 98c. The finest percale house dresses ever offered at this price. Truly worth SI. 75 each. Get yours early. Toilet Goods Our Fall Sale Silk Hair Nets, 9c pkg. of 5; regular 5c each kind. 50c Java Rice Powder for 25c The finest for vour face. 50c Melba Cold Cream for 39c. Or skin cleanser, 39c jar. 50c Hind's Almond Cream, 39c. A product needing no com ment. Euthymol Tooth Paste 14c a tube; the quarter size. 50c Stellmanfs Freckle Cream, 39c a jar during sale. 25c RiverTs Talcum, 19c Fairv, tar or Pummo brands. "PRINCESS" FREE OFFER. A 75c box of Princess Face Powder will be plven with out charge to patrons buying 50c worth of Princess Toilet Preparations one week. BLOUSES Our Fall Sale Lot 1 Waists, 79c. Values to $1.50. A large and pretty line of these for a limited time at this price, 79c. All styles are represented. Lot 2 Waists, $1.00. $1.89 and $2 grade. Pretty crepe waists, fine voile waists go to make up the main end of this splendid assortment. 300 Dozen Tailored Shirts now $1. These have jut arrived : Women's black-and-white and white shirts in many materials; high or turn over collars. Values to $2. Wonderful Glove Values 's Long Chamciselte Gloves, special 50c 16-button length, in black, white chamois and biscuit. Special French Lambskin Gloves $1.25 pair. Full pique seam; mannish style; one large clasp. Perrin's Extra Quality French Lambskins, $1. White Gloves for Special Functions Here. High-grade 16-button White Kid Gloves here S3 pair. Perrins Real French Kid Gloves; 16-button, S3.50. Superb quality of Long French Kid Gloves, S4.50. 20-button French Kid Gloves of high quality, S4.50. A Special Purchase of the Newest Neckujear The entire Sample line from America's foremost neckwear makers James R. Keiser of New York. The lot a tremendous quantity amounting to over s"500 was secured at a full third to half less than regular prices. Hun dreds of pieces are in the vast assortment including the fashionable tichus, fancy colors, coat sets, pretty jabots and many other novelties, and, in many effects. FALL SALE PRICES ARE HALF USUALLY. 25c up to $2.00. New Dutch Cellars, 25c A regular .SOc grade of pret ty embroidered collars as fashion has edicted. 200 Pieces of New RufHings at 25c, 50c, 75c and $1. a yard It's the newest trimming one can get for fall and winter garments. The Robertson selection is the largest in South Bend. Nets, shadow lace, chiffon, point de esprit in scores of new designs and shades. Exceptional values. ALLOVER Laces, 39c Handsome allover laces in qualities worth up to SI yard. A great many are popular oriental effects. Umbrclhs $1.25 Grade, 89c 100 s'uarar.tffil waterproof Umbrellas fr mm and women frames dlt-H. Now Strf-r.s asf rtni'T.t paras.-r of bin- White Goods That Are Worth 25c and 35c 8c per yard 'ii anvwhere r r fOL 4 eiTJKSi In the Heart of South Bend. AW.W l About S00 yards of the finest weaves sho at 25c to 35c. The man advantages of such a big bar gain at this time will bring a crowd of eager buyers You come early. SEE OUR OTHER AD ON OPFOS1TE PAGE. t hz .... jC ,n 1110 1Iarl OI ?HUtIl 1JOMU. FALL SALE -v- isy FALL SALE I w - - . I FALL SALE IALE ' " u i ' ' i 1 1 k r mm .L- . x. r -sw