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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
ess o) n ROBERTSON'S TEA ROOM. Saturday April 4th Luncheon 1 1 to 5. Supper 5 to 7:30. Saturday is always a rush day in the Tea Room. Ladies can reserve seats by telephone. Music bv Mattes Orchestra. mm 300 BEAD NECKLACES. 5oc value for Saturday 29c. These were bought expressly for Saturday sales the greatest value ever offered. Full-length comhina- tionbeads with long silk tassle. Saturday only 29c. u MUSIC BY MATTES ORCHESTRA Afternoon and Evening Saturday HANDSOME GIRLS' WASH DRESSES. I'KIDAY, APRIIj 3. 1011. Leather Goods Dept. We especially wish to call your atten tion to this department. You'll find it just iuside the main entrance. We are showing all the novelties of the season in Tourist Leather Writing Cases and Tablets. Full Leather Case Combination Note Paper. Address. Books in Fey Leather. Assorted Leather Cribbage Boards, vest pocket size. Leather Cases with Playing Cards. Drinking Cups in Leather Cases. Toilet Cases, a complete assortment. In addition to having these lines com plete, we have made it a strong point to secure these goods at moderate prices within the reach of all who are interested. Ladies' Hand Bags Just arrived, the greatest assortment of Hand Hags this store has ever shown, livery new and desirable shape and pat tern." Special for Saturday, $1.00. 0 rl Specials for Saturday Women's Wayne Knit Hosiery 50c quality, seconds; 5o dozen only, special; Saturday 19c. Children's Wayne Knit Hosiery, 15c. Women's Boot Silk Hosiery Full fashioned, elastic top, high spliced heel, black only; Saturday 50c. Women's Out Size, Boot Silk Satur day 89c. Children's Iron Clads, Hosiery Fine ribbed. 25c quality, black and tan, Satur day 15c. -tf life Union Suits for Summer Women's Gauze Union Suits High neck, long sleeve and ankle, 50c- Women's Union Suits Sleeveless, umbrella knee, regular and out sizes, 39c and 48c. Women's Summer Vests Very soft and tine, low neck, $1.50 and $1.75. Axminster and Seamless Velvet Rugs $14.95 If you want a good, inexpensive Rug you will find it here Saturday. Full size 9 x 12 wool faced at $14.95. 9 x 12 Wool and Fibre Rugs $8.50. A Special Assortment of Rugs Just Opened Up for 36-in. Bungalow Drapery, 48c yd. Jusi received 25 new pat terns and colors. Bungalow Drapery, designs and colors especially adapted to dining and living rooms. New Quaker Lace Nets, 25c yd. 45-in. wide, white, cream and Egyptian, in the newest designs. Saturday. 9x12 $8.50 8.3 x 10.6 7.50 7.6 x O 6.00 6 x 9 5.00 2 7-in. Wilton Velvet, stair and hall Carpet, 12 new pat terns, 98c yd. Y Handsome Coats and Suits at $10.00 and $15.00 During the past three days we have received hundreds of New Garments which go on sale tomorrow morning at great Savings. COATS AT $10.00. Handsome new models of fine all wool materials. New Flare Short Dressy Coats, many half lined. Colors navy, black and tan. Sizes 14 to 44. COATS AT $15.00. Hundreds of new Wooltex Coats, bought by Mr. Garland for this special price Every Coat Beautifully Lined. Remarkable Values $15.00. Suits at $15.00. Hundreds of New Suits in all the new shades of Blue, Tan and Green; all beautifully lined tunic skirts. HANDSOME SILK POPLIN AND TAFFETA SUITS AT $18.50. A very fortunate purchase enables us to sell you these suits at such a price they will not last long. Select Early. Vooltex Skirts $13.50, $18.00 and $12.50 Values, T C QC Saturday pj.ud Made of Wooltex Materials. If very Skirt bears the same guarantee as though it were sold at their regular price. Blacks, Tangos, Tans, New Blues and Navys. All wool crepe materials, checks and serges. All sizes. LATEST IN EASTER FASHIONS. Never have we had such a season of beautiful gowns for the young woman. The Designers have all put their greatest effort in fashioning these garments into their Loveliness. MISSES' AND JUNIORS' SUITS AT $12.50 & $15.00. We are receiving these garments on every express. One of a kind, made up of all wool poplins, reps and gabardines, trimmed with dainty silk collars, cull's and belts. Sizes for girls from 13 to 18 years. u Handsome Girls' Wash Dresses Ages 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14 years at $5.00 A Special Purchase of Fine Wash Dresses, capies of S3.00 and $5.00 models. We have had there made for us exclusively. You'll not find them elsewhere.. Priced for M oc Saturday Handsome Easter Millinery at $5.00 and 10.00 Hundreds of new shapes have arrived this week which we have trimmed in our workrooms with the very best of mater ials, giving you exceptional millinery for these prices . New Black Hats trimmed with the glazed flowers, M ft fin wines and ribbons; $5.00 and 41 1 U.UU Handsome Fine Straws, trimmed with fancy flowers, feathers and wings, $5.00 and CHILDREN'S MILLINERY. - CV. gmm $10.00 'N Ml ,1 .1 Rpmirl-nhlp volume immrMisP plprtinn in rhnnt fjP! from, 50c to. $5.00 Easter Waists We are showine a splendid line in Ladies' Waists in all shies and prices. We especially call vour attention to our window dis- rrp-Spj yiv'T? play. "Robertson's is the Place" for hundreds of waists in silks, ;v J crepes, voiles and lingeries in the finest t1 R flfl m&r VMS? trimmines and designs trom $1.95 to k $7.50 Voile and Batiste hand embroidered Venese lace trimmine. S2.98 to. Tub Silk Waists at $2.50 Voile, Cotton and Batiste $1.00 Easter Laces and Embroideries The Lice department at Robertson's never had such a large stock and so many new patterns. You can surely tind any thing you desire. We have just received a shipment of 6,000 yards of Swi5s and Nainsook Embroidery Edges, in width from 3 to 12 inches, that we will place on sale Saturday, April 4th at half price. Now is the time to get material to trim your pretty dresses for the summer at a big saving; 10c to 30c values all go Saturday from 5c to 15c yard. Also 14-in. Flouncing and wide Swiss Edging, Satruday, 19c yard. if yvCORSETS " - Pre-Easter Sale of Corsets What garment is complete without a proper figure? The Bon Ton Corset will supply you slender or average fig ure. Made very long hip and back low bust elastic gore in back made in imported Batiste. Priced at $3.00. Royal Worcester Corsets in all latest models. Low bust and very long hips at $1.00, $1.50, $2.00. A complete line of K. and V. and Ideal Waists at 50c, 75c, $1. BIG UMBRELLA SALE Is going along tine. We have a tine assortment yet, but Sat urday will clean them all out. Children's at 47c. Women's and Men's 95c. G New Styles In loves Easter outfits are never complete without pretty gloves they are the finishing touches to that handsome garment. Our showing in all the newest styles is so complete full descrip tions would exhaust a full page. Here are a few of the manv items. Perrin's French Kid All selected skins, embroidered Paris point backs, black and white stitching, two clasps, $1.50 pair. Eskay's French Lambskin White emb. with black, tan emb. with tan and black, black emb. with black and white. $1.25 and $1.50 pair. Monico Street Gloves Pique seams, large clasp tan, brown, black, navy, gray and white, $1.00 pair. NEW PATTERNS IN SILK GLOVES. Kayser's 16-Button Silk In colors to make rill the new shades, also white stitched with black, $1.00 pair. Kayser's 16-Button Heavy Silk Plain black and white, white with black stitching, $1.50 pair. Kayser's 16-Button, tucked tops The most dressv and pop ular glove, in silk in white with black stitching. $2.00. CHAMOISETTE GLOVES. Kayser's 2-clasp In black, white, grey, tan and chamois, 50c pair. Kayser's 16-Button Real chamoisette, half pique seams, mannish thumb, spear point back, two pearl clasps, in white, tan, biscuit and chamois, $1.00 pair. Kayser's 16-Button Chamoisette, white, black, biscuit and chamois, 50c pair. Girls' and Misses' Coats Saturday we offer an as- sortment of Spring Coats in Serges and Checks, with belted backs in Tango and Brown. Age s 13 to 17. Special for Saturday $10.00. Young Misses' Dresses in all colors and white wide range of styles and materials. Ages 6 to 14. Prices $1.00 to $10.00. Children's Gingham Dresses also in percales, crash es and reps. White and all colors, sizes 2 to 6 75c up to $5.00. Children's Special Dresses in Ginghams. A SI. 00 value for 59c. RAINY VEATHER GARMENTS. Young Girls' Rain Coats just received a new line, guaranteed waterproof. Ages C to 14 at $2.95, $3.95, $5.00. Young Girls' Rain Hate pretty, jaunty shapes in Fedoras and Tarn Crowns. Saturday price 50c. Men's Futnishin Department Specials for Saturday, April 4th 50c Greatest Work Shirt, Saturday only 39c 50c Black Sateen Shirt Saturday only 39c 59c Soft Bosom Coat Shirt, Saturday only 47c 79c Soft Bosom Coat Shirt, Saturday only 67c $1.50 and S2.00 Soft Bosom Shirts, Saturday only 95c 50c Men's Half Hose, Saturday only 25c 25c Men's Half Hose Saturday only 15c 50c Men's Overalls, Saturday only 45c BOYS' DEPARTMENT. 50c K. & E. Wash Blouses, Saturday only 39c 50c K. & E. Wash Blouses, Saturday only 25c BOYS' WOOL PANTS. S1.00 Knickerbockers, sizes 6-to 16 83c S1.50 Knickerbockers, sizes 6 to 16 .$1.19 The above splendid Bargains will be offered on Sat urday only in consideration of the fine assortment from which you have to select, this special Saturday sale should appeal. We advise an early selection. Saturday, April 4 Only. i t t y ii 1 4 M 1 r1 n INDIANA AND MICHIGAN BRIEFS VALIW KAISO Aft-r writ in u' hr son. Charlt s Sf--ns of War.-.iw, a Pt i-arJ uilorniintf him thai sho was m tl; ).t f health. Mr.-. lon'thy Ih Stev -r.s, a;-;'J ''7. :rri'pI tUu! of. in attack iif hoart tr'-.iM MIC! IK IAN CITY H rt I. !'. hraknnan n tho Mont'ii railway, was tatally orvj;hil 'ii two I. ox cars. He divl ttft.ro he couhl ho taken to l he hjital. INWANAPOI.IS F;ro los-rs in th it" !urin' th- tirst 'ieht months of th xi!tan'" of a i r marshal of- Mr have rt-achoj . total of $.',.:'.- I l 0. Within this i . r i . I ii,!'". firs oc curred. A larrc i'i cent of the dam- arJo was in rural district whoro lire rihtinK apparatus is l ss adequate. WIAZIIj Efforts are boinc: made tvi have a woman aj'i'ointod to the vhid hoard and a n tition is heintr .iroalatod which will ho presented to the next session of the city, council, reij'.iestlm; that such an ordinance' l e passed. TNhlAXAPOI.l S Oh airman Dun can of the public service commission h ard a petition of the Hi- Four rail road fr prrmissi.-tn to tako over four short lines in the state. The four road are: White Water railroad, Cincinnati fc Southern Ohio, Cincin nati. Wabash and Michigan and the r'airland. Franklin and Martinsville. FSFIJJVAN Stirltualism i. leinsr held as the main issue in the $,"0,000 will contest ease of May S. Iiailey vs. Clara Xfdfsirik'f r to mh aside the will of Kuk '-ne Crimes, wealthy resident of VIs county. It is alleged Clrig-gs was influenced by spiritualists to will his property to the defendant . to make her a medium. Ml"? KEG OX The steamer George C. Markham. one of the oldest boats on the lakes and especially known in the heisht of the lumber boom, has been sold to Capt. George A. Douglass of Detroit. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS From the Records of the Indian TlUo & Loan . YI'SILANTI Smallpox will delay the opening of the Michigan Xormal school here until April 14. The pres ident of the school has sent a notice to each student announcing that a few cases of the disease have been found ami advising that they extend th j Easter vacations one week. It ATT I jE CHEEK The hottest election fitrht in the history of the city will draw to a close Monday when the spring election is to be held. Every daily newspaper in the city will prob ably issue an extru on Monday morn ing for political effect. Ki-k-. M. Ni.-tK:i to Klliott Ii (JoM- siiiita. a traet of land in 1-nn twp; $1.(.j0. Sanua'l Sliuc.-Jaad A. w t Walter It I raska A. w, lot 11.1 B.iLer- add to M:su; Sl.f-rniTUi II.ak i-t al to John J Sv-ldnd-ir, lt l part l-ts 10. 11. 1-' V Law rei.ve kv l: ittoir add tk Mia : l. Johu.J St-ldadler w Vj Arthur Kme gr w, suae as lu'Xt alwve; t. J.'ha J S ul: dler .v. w to diaries W A: w, l..r r.rimuor'ii snt Mlsh; Hk IMvard llu-ton et al to Edmon Seitz Jc w. ji tnut f land la IVan tw-p: Muu. Wlldam V i:-t!i a, w t C.itLorine E Neitli.inlt. lots 10. 1L i U bl.-H'k 3 Vail's a.bl; f. Trunk V Hcr-i.M l w to lHi'-i M ('.k'h A: w. Tt l;t 1 I,rtaff I'ark a. LI; ....0'k). M.ili'.a L-rv to -'i L 1 1 ;i n a tract Of hiad la ; Center twp; 1.UUU. Iont puldlsh; lon't publish: $l.lVO. I'lulip J Kin eel A w t I'red W Keller. lot ll Lintner's add: $1. Kinmit C IIag-inan A: w Ui l'ran M I'ryan. lot ! Knrl'lruia's li add to MMi: $:. liwai 1 I IJryaa A- w to Kniuiit C Ilag uuia::, s;irue as next above; $1. St.udslaw Klta A w to Joseph Kruk & w. It .t ." Susan M Stoke sub b o lot l); HAZED GIRL FILES SUIT AGAINST SENIORS Mabel Honors of Purdue l'niverlty isiys Health Was Injurctl by Treatment. LAFAYETTE, Ind.. April C. A sequel to a hazinc: episode in the plrls dormitory at Purdue i.niversity last June was the filing: Thursday in superior court of a tlftmam suit in which Mabel Eogers oX Shoals, Ind.. is plaintiff and seven senior sirls at Purdue are defendants. Miss Rogers asks damages in the sum of .57,000. The defendants are Mary Clark of Indianapolis, Kuth Cowan of Chica go. Mary .Sheridan of Attica. Esther Kisner of Terre Haute, Asnos Phil lips of Munroeville, Ind.. May Blue of Htar City. Ind., and Helen Lee of Ox ford, Ind. The plaintiff asserts that she was at work preparing her lessons, when the defendants entered her room, draped her out, stripped off her clothing" and painted her chest. Lack, neck and face with red ink. She says they .also poured a bottle of mucilage down her lack and stuck her with pins to compel her to kneel down before them. Their last act, she alleges, was to throw her into a tub of eold water. At the time she was ill and told her assailants this, but they paid no attention to her statement?. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS TWO ARE KILLED AS THE RESULT OF ARREST Xciv York Ikto-tiw Shot Down, Hut JY'lJow Ofiicer il! s tin M urdercr. NEW YORK, April ... Detective Joseph Gutarnl ri Thursday was sh t and killed by William II ra:j. I ye.rs old. Honsan in turn was kdl -1 by Lieut. Dtectiv Haerlo. This double shooting occurred in a t :i" ment house in .Second a v. Half an hour previous Herman had mortally wounded Charles Mu.v s, a saloonkeeper. The shooting was a er;uel to the indictment Thursday -f Thomas, alias "Pucie" Horpan. 1 years old. son of William Hun;an. After his sn had been sent to the Tombs to await trial on th charge of strand larceny yountr Horuan's father attack ed Mos'. whn.f ttimi!,y acunt the son. who is a. uaimtcr. letl to an indictment by the grand jury. !