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THE STORE THAT DOES THINGS
Don't Tell Me, Grand Lead
er's Selling $3 Blankets at.
Infants' 50c
Sweaters
75c Flannelette
Gowns
Ladies' $5.00 AH Silk
0
Messaline Petticoats .
Ye-, every word nt it's true and they're
the soft wool nap, plaid quality; also plain
i;rey and tan, all double bed sizes, with neat
colored borders, and silk bounJ edie. Sat
urday at S
For Saturday we rier one iradred heavy
all-silk Messaline Petticoats in Kelly -reen
and all colors;' beautiful v.-ide ilounce. 'I"hee
skirts are extra har-aii: a; s:.()S.
Wool Sweater for
thf baby in while.
trimmed with red and
For women made of
heavy white shake!
Separate Meetings Held by!
Currency Committee But a:
Solution Seems to be Thing ;
of Distant Future. !
flannel cut full.
Saturday
47c
blue; Spe
cial 39c
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1HE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
Turn uiiMnn nnrim k
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DAY OH MEASURE!!
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WASHLW.T X. Nov. H. The two'
Tvintrs of the sfiKiti- hanking arid rur- !
rt-ncy committee Thun-day worked j
ht -adily, i-r'iarin.r separate currency 1
bills to be presented to tin- senate.
Sen. On t'ii anil the live oth r demn-
i rat in :-i nutors who haw ."vipporteM
the ad'iiinUtrat iin. vtrisirtrli-il to recon
dite their tJilf t ri' -s and au'r on th
bill uhi'-li the ir vji'-r.t want--, and
Sell, llitr-hioik and tin JiM- MJ'Ul.Ii-
ran.s on the committee Im .iii perfeet
itik' a. ini'a.xiirt bai-e on the
inents hich the committee Mad al
ready adopted, hut which were ob
noxious to the president.
No program has been arranged, but
a joint meeting tin- two camps will
probably bo held Saturday iila-niouii
and an attempt made to outline, a
tidirst' of aftlyn.
Th Mit,rLc."Uon that both wirier'
ii;n a unanimous report on tin- un
disputed portion.- of the 1)111 and sub
mit dls tu'reein- reports on tli iundu-
mi-ntals of the liill may be adopted.
Thi- d tnocrats struck a sua; In the
form of the ipjistion of the control of
the regional rencrve hank.4, which will
administer the n-v system, one of the
points which divided the committer.
Th administration is contending that
the banks of the country should own
and control the regional hanks and
th- democrats have tentatively alli ed
to sive the hanks the opportunity to
purchase the stock. When the ques
tion of allowing the banks; to name
six of the nine directors of each
ie;,-ional hank arose Thursday, how
ever, Sen. Heed would not au-ree to
the provisions of the MM, uruln thru
the government should control the
banks. The section and related mat
ters were passed over until later with
out agreement.
The amendments which Sen. Hitch
cock and the republicans spent the
day writing into the bill include pro
visions for underwriting the stock of"
the regional banks by the National
banks, but allowing the public to sub
:,Tibe for the stock; provision for the
lection of four directors by the
banks and five by the government, in
each regional bank directorate; the
creation of four, regional banks .with,
a capital opial to six percent of the
capital of the National hanks in the
district served by the regional hank,
and several minor changes.
Coals, Suits, Dresses, Skins, Underwear, Gorseis, or Anything Else Under tiie Sun a Woman Graves For, You're Sure lo Find H here for Less
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$1 Union Suits
69c
- Women's $1.00
Flece lined Un
ion Suits," extra
fine garment with
rn' At a tremendous
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"7 rj bargain the suit
w II 1 I
Is Easily Stopped; Also Dand
ruff and Itching Scalp Use
Parisian Sage'.
V r - -
Xi silk taped yokes.
P
$1- Gloves
(J I Women's and
! Misses' $1.00
'Fall Kid
i Gloves in tan
and black col
! ors, the 2-clasp
Li stvlo. Reduced
the pair, 69s!
$5 Sweaters
WomeVs &.
Misses $5
new Fall
Sweater
Coats; ma
r o o n and
-gray ; high
b u 1 1 oning
c o I I a r s;
pocket
trimmed.
hi 'kit's
S15 Suits-
Cheviots, Bedfodr Cords
and Novelty Worsteds;
spick and span new Fall
styles; lined with Ever
wear'' satin. Coats the
fashionabls cutaway ' 3-"
button or swallow tail style
Plain, draped or slit
skirts. '
S20 Suit
3
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Poplin, Bedford Cord,
Whipcord and Silk Repp
Suits. Brand new, hand
some styles, man-tailored
throughout. Cutaway costs
with nobby draped or
"slit" skirts. Every one
guaranteed satin lined.
And now only $14.95.
?5 AU!,s r 3
$6.95 Fall Coats S8.50 and $9.95 Values in
in Chinchilla, Zebeline, striped worsted cloths, three
quarter and full lenQth models. Rolling or military col
airs, smartly trimmed; Special at $6.95.-
$16.50 New Sealette Plush Coats
worth $25.C0 in threcquarter and full lengths and guar
anteed satin lined. Best new style; Saturday at
$16.50
$10.95 Women's and Misses' New Pall Coats
worth up to $18.00; made from fine novelty material in
a big variety; some with drop sleeves, beautiful trimmed
models, at $10.95.
$3 Larfe
Pillow
MUFFS
Large size Pillow Muffs,
Coney Fur Satin lined, ex
tra big Saturday Special,
on sale in the busy ready-to-wear
depart ment, at .
$2,
$10 Ne
Fur Sets
Fashionable Coney Fur
Set, Muff and Neck pieces,
large Pillow Muff nicely
lined a fur set, a big bar
gain in the heart of the
season. Spo cial at
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Vy':-::"CVf:.--:J
$15.00
Dresses
For party, evening and
street wear. Handsome
all silk - messaline; velvets
and party dresses, beau
tiful styles for women and
misses' Special at $3.95.
Goats
Emerald green, golden
rod, Copenhagen and gray
astrahkan, chinchillas;
mny with belted backs
and patch pockets. Great
values at $7.95.
$8.50 All Wool Serge and Velvet Corduroy
Dresses, smart styles, ail colors, fm mm
and sizes, special at $4.95 : WbDu
S7 Sport Coats, Navy, Red and Red and Green
Scotch plaid Sport Coats, also plain colored worsted belted
ard white button trimmed, special AC
at $3.S5 Oil.")
$3.50 Misses' and Juniors' New Fall Coats
In wool, zibeline striped and worsted; neatly trimmed mod
els, extra special aSturday rf" fl "
at $5.93 03. iJ 5
$2 Corsets
98c
Long nvvdei S.
fashionable
Wilhelmina
Corsets of )
heavy coutili: :V
embroider y " . I jl
, , V'll v '
and ribbon J V t J
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trimmed. 4
supporters.
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$4.0 0 SKIRTS
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All-wool serges, Bedford cords
all colors. Draped "slit" plain
f.,1
f'T. V-",.,.. '
V Jit"
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t mi '. i.
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Silk Hose
69c
r.nt ntir
iread Silk V yT
Hose for worn- j
n and miss
es; reinforced
heel and to:
all wanted colors.
$1.00 House Dress
Aprons
Pretty checked Gingham
Houes Dress
Aprons. Spe
cial at 63o.
m
$1.50 Flannelette
Gowns
Silk braid trimmed yoke
Cut full.
Extra value,
93 cents ....
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Pinco I'ari.sijin S.i'. the n-mt-tly
that removes (lanilrutY with one ap
pliralion, has hwn A:cod on .alo by
all druidsts and tflK t counters thons
aiids of iurrliasers Ikivc found that
dandruff is unnecessary; that falling
hair aiid itching scaln can le quick
ly stopped; also that hair which is
hrlttle, matted. strinKV r dull and
l'Mth'd. can be. made soft, tluiTy and
ahundant.
To everyone who wights to eradi
cate tlandrutT, stoi falling hair and
have an Immaculately clean scalp.
1'n-f. from ifchin-.-H, WYttick's Orig
inal Kut Hate Medicine Store amees
to sdl .1 larue lifty -nt bottle of
lariian Sae with a Lruarantee to r'-
fuiul the minu-y if not satisfied. It
i an Ideal, daintily perfumed hair
tonic, f r from urease arid .ti Ui
iiess. Delighted users ir(nouncft
l'arisian Ha- th l-st, most pleasant
;nd in i';oratiiiK hair tonic made.
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THIRTEEN ARE PRESENT
Super-tit ion is Delicti at Luncheon
Cilveii t .Mls Wll-ou.
'.SH1N".TN. Nov. 11. The fc
tr. ities attendinv. the upnroaeiiia
marri iKe of Miss Jesie Wilson to
1'rancis l'. Say re of New York, hean
Thurstlav with a hlnehen" t' Mrs.'
Josephus Ianiels. wile of tlie secre
tary of the navy.
The party defied, superstition .nd
v.plold the belief of the bride-elect's
father in the luck of "thirteen" by
b.avinc thirteen quests and Kivins the
lifiair on the thirteenth of the month.
Incidentally Miss Wilson will be the
thirteenth white house bride.
UIMIV TAHXMMN;.-
I am now located at K. .TeftVr-
son. wlti-re I will be pleased to s'. - my
iriends. See my new patterns for fall
suits and coats. Special' otT- r:" Plif
i:ir N"o ember, where customers fur
nishes cloth, will make suit ami fui-
trliiniilnvs best linings fI
iu l,,-ik sShitvkv i..rno i lv of .'lests ol Mrs. Kltter s
Flutkv Hros. Telephone Home" 12 . t'rumstown. Tml.
Jlv'll 1132. Advt. Tersonal Workers closed the
I'll Take Those $1.50 Trousers at 98c
MEN'S $1.50 PANTS; THESE ARE PLAIN AND STRIPED
LONG WEARING WORSTEDS, in dark colors; some patterns
are good enough for dress wear, $2 worth of wear flQ
in these trousers at --..UOC
Men's 25c Wool Socks
Of heavy shaker knit wool in blue and
- r.fi in Mil si .- . y. i i i 1 1 1 1 1 nn is
,v .-''. ,(-'',- f ii ri it ii.!..
vi.'. -.' nedvy no nccic nriru union ouiil in
crezm and gray; fit perfect, all 7Ha
sizes; Garment at IwV
Men's 50c Underwear
Heavy fleeced Winter weight in cream or
grey mixtures, shirts or drawers;
all sizes .
10c Dress Hose
in black and colors f
pair UC
Best 35c Dress Suspenders
For Men
yf V'r
39c
at
19c
( -Men's $1.50 Dress Kid Gloves at 98c
Men's 75c Silk Plush Winter Caps 44c
Boys' 50c Waists
New Amoskeag Blue
Black Sateen Work Sh
all sizes, Saturday at
Chambray and fv j yjv&A Bloi
VGl-l Xljpf;jcalB; all go
f ri Neat little workers, unequalled '
lC for style and service at this (r?j
Price. Ginghams that you'll- like.? 7
Each 17c
50c Work Gloves
use Waists, of serviceable
gham, Chambray and Per-
good washers, all sizes. Spe-
.nti Men's $1.50 Dress Shirts
wv?fc fcifckwi ii i u vaowii ail vwlfi'
fortale coat style. Every man should
see this great lot, fr
each QiJC
s
75c Dress 1.50 Spreads 19c Pillow $1.00 Sheets 50c Pillows
SergeS Fringed bed. CeS 21x90 size; hand- Guaranteed full
"0,0'"";." bedelS;. d0Ub'C (33, torn: 5eaml.s,. ticklng! 17x25.
49c 98c I4c 69c 39c ;
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Lace Curtains
A mm m. ..
- 1 .dU Nottingham Cfl
rS: fff $2.50 Netting-
i ham ,ace curuins u
1Sc Curtain
Window Shades.
at 18c and
Blankets Comforters
$1.50 Heavy Bed Blankets,
grey or u;. Qp
extra large sizes UUO
$3.50 Heavy Cotton Filled
Silkolins or Sateen Comforts,
double bed size, (4
7JLn special at O I .90
20 1 $4.00 Sateen 3eJ Comforts,
,-Jl;i largo size OfaivU
Boys' $4.50 Fall Suit
m m rx av
Mothers should not lose a
moment after reading this
great news; for these are
Suits that defy a lad's hard
est wear garments that will
be worth twice their price
In the end. Norfolk coats,
comfortable, full knicker
pants, made from choice
Worsted, Scoton Mixture and
other cloths. Special $2.93.
Look Boys!
, . $2-50 Sweaters
Extra heavy fe m A
Ribbed Shaker O I 4tl
Knit all-wool Sweater Coat,
maroon and 9ray, Pockets
and high rolling collars, Spe
cial at $1.69.
Overcoats
Heavy Chinchillas, Scotch Mixtures and other 00 AO
cloths, with svvagSer belted back and military collars, 0sCl
Boys' 50c Hats
Sailors, "Pah Rahs", etc., fine felt, 00
Plushes, at OtlC
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IvYDIC'K.
.Mrs. Xuah Platz and daughter
INther and Miss Helen Geobel of
Kiuiih Hend were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Warner a few days.
A carload of lumher arriwu at "Ly
ilirk lor the new church to be erected
Mrs. lio Ilolston and son llalph
left f r Knoxvllle, la., to visit Mrs.
llolston's sister.
Mrs. Elizabeth AVener anil daushter
revival meetings at Lydlck Sunday
evenint: with refults of 12 converts.
Every one invited to the Tierce
building to sinKinp rvhearsnls every
Saturday evening to learn new songs.
Prayer meetings in same building
every Tuesday evening.
UPPER SANDUSKY. O.. No. 14.
An all night rain, combined with
melting snow, has started the San
Fremont
duskv river on a rampage and a flood
Trel'.a were, guests of Mrs. Forest Hit- warning has been sent to Titlin and i
tt r.
-m: .lu-rniie Hitter Wt Tuesday
and Mrs. Forest Hitter. Sunday, to bo
MeMs of Mr. and Mrs. Charles llul
linger of New Carlisle, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley on of Mlsha-
vaka were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
dud son Wenriek.
Paten Hitter and children were
parents of
STOVES FOR KEATiNG
STOVES FOR COOtiING
HARDWARE COJV1PAMY
Our Buoocbj Dcpcaids Upon Our
SAtlsflfcd Pari mi Ls,
SMITH & SMITH
cnrriorri.crroRS.
218 W. Waynr.
IL PTwno 2406. South PohI, Irf1.
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