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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
ntnVw. a pit ii. mi i. MONROE DOCTRINE PLAN CAMPAIGN US PAN-AMEHIGAN TQWIPEDUTHO THE MARKETS. G POLICY IS URGED CHOLERA C i TOLKDO GRAI-V , Tolj;io. Arll S Wheat- No ; 'T.-: . js'i lN-: May Wo; July ;V' Vm Tuti Tu1: May 't?: July ! .a r.Hh u-; yuy 4iV; -July l.v: iiMT mj- - it it ." .virn DAVIS $20,000 SUIT IS COMPROMISED FOR $2,500 i m Artviiicnt KcacluMl on Thinl la f reJ Trial of Cnc .salnt Itailroat. and thf trial would protably have lasted until the middle f next week. The SJU.OUO suit of Warren H. Davis, ucainst the Winona Interurlan railway' j company for injuries received in a GET VERDICT FOUR DAYS AFTER SUJTJS STARTED Mary Margaret Ditrli Awarded SIOOi Ianiast-i l'min Wi'lN-l-'armi Company. TWO WANT DIVORCES JOHN DRESHER ARRESTED rixtriuiccmr and M i-rliiH- i Allida it I i 1 - 1 i haruinx Him With a- CiiiiM'. 1 vi iuiz llooi. John Barrett, Director of Un- Purdue Experts Will Show nrS ion. Advocates Extension of: Iriun ss.aKiSo; good JM.t'a,l': wreck north of Akron, Ind.. came to an abrupt end in the superior court parties the m s o J V il 1 UIUUI I II 1VI lor ' .kill! Ilnu. - - T , -' '11' I Equal Independence to All Republics. - i nfi?i rullllUlO mcuiuuo uy mull ; 7 T..-.-. r '7; "Vf: i ihth f the amount of damages ask- i Costly Plague May Be : Jftesr Checked. tmul.m:li'1il. Apm The In an ifort to wipe huir cholera out; 1 . . ; a . . f .... 1 . ..... 1 i r . - 1 . . "'I'll'"11 "i .momio" uieuuK- "(,i r. josepn county, a campaign win, j(1r .)..K,j 7.2T: onniiioii to VToimI fat f " orii.-.".: heifer $.Y.'4J'rtv(jn. frh rows: As fooii as the parties came to an in. i Mirincers f4Vfiv;: vt.:il calve 10vr ! agreement they notified Jude Van h) 'J: heavy ami Mhln ralvi-s JHI.-VJij ..! Klef t and withdrew the submission of .-iif-eji :iihi iamm-uu nni. uinrK-i . tne case to the jurv. The rae was .-nil, jm.1 '.,rmu..u M-.'U..p: l.uiil".;.W) JJ'l'J'1 'ii;"0 thF asreeil ver.lu-t for r.iMl-.' r.rliiiT lamb- s.Mi liMm. :-,aui. i lie case as on trial for sev . . . -" : ' . ;- . . : l .1 i i . - Kerii Jo aulne ilecks; umr-jerai uays ana was nara rouRht Pv both number of wit- a p ":-Ainerican jiolp-y approved ' inaugurated Aliril ltI-17, when it ' K.et etiv. 1'riine heavy hop .M..lO; nie- sides. There were a ul; the American i puhli' u us tlic 1 . . , . diunw .":.-.": heavy yorker.s $..JT ; litrht : nesses lef when the pi -:, advocated today by John I'.arr.-tt. 1S I'1'1111 u ho1,1 nn--tings in town- ,,,rKm 5,,-,. .,..- . roU?lH , " 11 t irector genual of the Pan-American t hips where the disease has gained the .r( s.,-, ; lu-avy uiixeii :u;; .tsig 7.oi ; A eydict for $4 00 was leturmd in the circuit court Friday in the case of Mary Margaret Ditch, seven-year-old daughter of Herbert Ditch, igainst the Wells-Fargo Kxpress company just three days after the filing of the case. The complaint set up that the girl had been run over or. the sidewalk by an express company's wagon and se riously injured. It was claimed that the wagon was being driven reckless ly at the time. The plaintiff asked for damages in the sum of $."00. The company entered a general denial l-'ri-dav morning and the case was then cas was settled heard by the judge. Two actions for divor e. ore .ii iht by a husband and the other by a wife, were started Friday in the lircuit court here. The first was brought by Svlv ester J. .Schumacher against Mar- John Dt.h'r. or;' -f th- n-i; ii m alleged to h.s e ,.uubt t!',f b'.id tol n by Hay Toweil. K- r. r;"! . William Morton. F-Iir Mend. Ilrr.ry Alitcheil and 'har!es I i r i . w a arrrt garet Schumacher and the second by r Svv .n F ndav morr.in-s- Itose IMscott against Joseph Pascott. ,d 1,1 H , ) ..,,- , . v0. -r, t h:!' His wife's discontent because she;-" :TT:u.l, X ' , I t -T rt was no longer able to dres-s as fash- ui-r-!..? . .u .r ionalilv after lier marriagi as she could i v 1 l !i cMii-: s V : : ;. ' ir,-h-! s -...nds w re nxe,j Hi avv macher as toe cause of the trouble ; J 1 ' u;:l.;y fi that brouglU him inf.. the divorce . i ! he noining and - ,e court. Other causes contributed o - - ; t stody. the unhappy ending it a vears mat - I unhappy ried life, however. ' Non-supiort and crueltv are both i alleged by Mrs. lacoti in h r com- ' Plaint. Her husband would all her j Illllll lillll ."111 ll"l w. ,.. lit. . i, ...,a m i.mI.i ' Hoili't. come angr' when she askt-d him for. ',".. 'J r,- or other pur- ,1-nn... . ! Hmehatiuh on Fri la irt-d s nt m the St. Jo-epl, super.'M .iCi'i-t A nr.. i i.. nouei. lltone kovats. lo.ao'io and John Nagy. to r albged to be d".e t" poses. I pl:t i lit iff on a :i"te Tor !". union before the American academy biggest footing. Dr. A. Clark, of! '"' " cf political and social science. the Veterinary Department of Purdue. 1 K.T HUTALO vrot K. Mr. Farrett said that the Idea which; J '-'AST HFFFALo. April -rattle--Ke. e21, rally prevails that the Fnited in'1 J- u- chua.j. or tne Animal , ,.f.j,,(s -j t0(H i,PU(l . mareet sh,v and steady. .-t.itts. is a. -s.it of a paternal u;t rl i;i n 1 1 n s l.a nd ry I epartroeiit will. with j l'rtin ters SS.'.xJli 'a.oo ; luiu-her iral-? I a Ives KeeidptH IJin) head : market g a meeting Will : 1,1 .K 1 aeiive. niuiier lua e Iambs be held at the Cleaner hall in this city j "f.,; -,'-uiL l" ,Ia,r r,V;7;r-' : -v'ar-which all farrrs arc urwd tn attend ! "'i7' .: S'JVt'M,,., ... On the second afternoon a session will r,rV higher. Yorkers W..V.iUU; pigs be held in reen township and that i :.!. V.u.:ju : mixel $'.Wat.H): litnivv v.i.ir, over the small Latin-American re- ; ('onntv Agent J S. Fordtu r. give talks ...ii: ; . . . :.. 1 ,. Tl-.f, ,..... i .io,m w, j ai-eacn meeting. I active. .SI higher. Cul to choice $.0tK,r pan-An.erican policy would enlarge' j, is tdanned to reach all of the ! iir.ro. - the original Monro.- doctrine into an larger farms where hogs are raised Sheep and lamb -Receipt head : ' i-li-.rneri an pnii- y wn re . acn naiion an(j the first evenin would h.'iVf tn same tights or atti tude, dignity and independence as the! 1,'nited States now has." he declared, j only important e!i' t of the Pan-i ama canal sua jonn iiowauav. laie ; evening a ineeting will be hdd at ly- fr..J.; roughs s.Mi(a s..u" ; slays ST.otKr ! professor of histot-j- in Johns Hopkins, ' i. niv -rsity in addressing the gathering, j Klforts will be made to show the . 1 will be the adaptation of a policy . of , producer a better method of feeding rio 51? vipi.'ni'i, rii - i naval supremacy nn the Carihl.euri seit his stock and caring for sick animals. h'I? jVlpts lu uVh; n arkeV .. ! by the I ruted Stales. 1 he Hay- ! it has been estimated that the loss to higher. Mixed and butcher. SA.V.W sT I Paiim .-bote treaty was the turning, the county as a result of hog cholera I good heavy fS.lWis.X'i: rough heavy ".''iS.4-' light SiAWiiS.x, ; idga ?G.7.(i ..'(); bulk jrn.To'! ;s.s.". j fat tie- Keelpts l.ouor market strong, j I'.eeves $T.l."1iU.; cow and heifers suti kers and feeders Jtl.."Viv7; S. Texans .iL.$js.4o: calves $7..j0ftj l'.O). Sheep HeeelTts S.OiXC; market steadr. ntive ajd western .4.10t;.8.' ; lambs .!- BOYS ARRIVE IN CITY FOR CONFERENCE AT Y. point which marked the transference j Vas more than S.'O.uuO in the hist year. of naa! supremacy in the Caribbean j while in 11-' actual rierurey show that ib'Mi (Ii- at Mritain to the Fnited : more than $:;0.000 was lost by thia S'tat ! single disease. Prof. Latane said that the United ' Plam 1 Spreading:. .Mates must exercise vigilance and al- j According to the department at low no other power to build a com- j Purdue the plague is spreading and in Jo ting canal. 'becoming more dangerous every year. o0fN...n. - I!i.rivii) Wirrr.n I tltco mill (''.inter I townships suVfered a big loss because ciiIfAdi.. April r..-Opcnhi-Vheat-of the disease Outside of this zone. .b,y to :ic: July .s;-; to '- local areas in other townships met ' "; Sept. S7; to S7c tirlllOII nnrmo TnniiIIT vvun smaller losses. .vecoruing to ine i om .m.-ij 'nr, .mi; u -Ke. WHIurl UrblMb I UIMlun I j Purdue department. methods have j .. Us-May to .hily V.'j(a a to . . been devised to keep the disease at a j "v V'wrl Vl a'v s 'O f7 More than Dmi boys from neighbor- minimum. , La'rd Slii'v Vl 0. i i : Julv SlOso- Sept lt,g cities have arrived in South Fend' Indiana produces about ."..000,000 I $iu.;.. during the dav to attend the Northern hogs annually. The loss in the last1 Ooe: Indiana older F.ovs' V. M. A. con- 1 I'en yurs because of this disease has' Wheat Mar 91a!,'gae; July jc : letenoc. to be held at tlie Y. M. F. A. i been increasing, according to the state s,;',,t- x7'- t. , , . ,. , lb.- rest of this week. A banquet at : report. Iiy means of charts and dem- '. rJ."ri,Mly us Ju,-V fcSV!i!sc; Sept. the association this evening will fea- i onstrations Dr. Clark will show how Oats Mav Vsul :;' Julv :.' S'tit tore the session today. j the disease has spread, how it affects ; 'Siio. ' - . t i . F. M. Kobinson, intt mat iona 1 . M. tne animals, now it can be detected t l rk .May $-0.s.VdS7: Julv ; Sept. F. A. bovs worker, will be the prin- and how it can he controlled, cipal speaker at iho banquet and will! How to feed high priced corn and outline the- department, work. Plans still realize a profit through the hog are being laid to entertain nearly 200 : industry will be one of the mailv sub at the baniiet. T. I. Pearson'nf I n- ; jcts to be discussed by .Schwab. .Sim ilianapolis. state chairman, will speak j ilar campaigns are being planned to at the dinner. ; held in Clinton, Fartholomew. De- I'rank H. Fheb v. seireta- of the: catur. .Madison. Starke, Hondricks, Pu SJllJd. laird May .10.rJ.V ; Julv S10.7J : Sept. S10 IK) Kibs-May Sll ir$ IT : July .$11. HJ. DAIRY MAKKKT. HH'A;o. April IPitter Receipts 5.fH;i tubs. Creamery, extra ib.e: extra. ursis ..7riite; nrsts 'ifi:c; packing bovs department "here, will hav-! laski and Klkhart. after this one has sUy llZnte o..-.e . . charge. The afternoon w ill be spent j U'en completed Drs. Clark and plie : "r Ihnarvrst, . mostly In getting the fc'.lows ac- j Schwab will talk at all ot them. i rtrst 17', fa lse ; extra 2"Jffri.V: rheckslaej ! quumieu. ai o o (mock a ousmess , meeting will be held when the 'dlicial ! " business of the conferem -e will be PnilPI F HIT RY PflP Transacted. During the afternoon all i UUUl LL 111 I U I Unl th boys will be assigned to homes of! the city where they will be entertain- MOT CCDIfll ICI V UMDT ed. liegistration of d legate will also J OLlllUUoL I flUK I be made preceding the session. j Delegates have arrived from Cary. Whiting. Kokomo, ! j dirties HVe. ! Live poultry-Turkeys l.V: elihkens and 'springs lsc: roosters 1LV: geese lb-: ducks : W'fflTc. SOUTH nKND 3IARKCTS. FLOUR AND FEED tCorrected Daily hj Knobloek & Glic, Hydraulic Ave.; I ier"is nrt l lour Uuylac wheat at yo-; oats at 4()--, retailing at .".o.-: rye, G(V-; loshen. Iaportt Knox. Auburn, Michigan ('ity. Indiana ,,om mvUW Sulain Painful Injuries : tn tMn- ni Harbor. Fbesterton. Tolleston. Klk- J orii, Luid Jit wc, selling at hart Hammond. Misjiawaka. Culver.) ami Wife Ilscapes More Uifayetto and Chicago. PASSI0lTWEEK "WILL BE OBSERVED AT FIRST Fort una tel. v. PROVISIONS. j (Correct Daily by F. W. Mu?ller. 215 ! E. Jefferson IllTd.i fruit Oranges, per ease, J.GT: wiling at .'We to .") per Joz. Lemons, ease, .$t.."0: i An examination Friday morning of ; f"1!? ."tKV.0,? . . . ?. Ins: oc to 5J per bunch: selling ac to itK? CHURCH OF BRETHREN i lrTKr. 'T. ''! i were thrown from a rig in which they Vegttableii .New cabbage, paying 2VjC Tas.-ion eel services v ill be held , were driving on XV. Washington st. nt the First Frethten church next ! Thursday night when they were struck week. ib-v. Henry L. Davis of the! by a street car. was made by physic First M. F. church will deliver a ser- ians and it is believed that neither are nion Tuesday evening. He will talk seriously hurt. on the subject, "The Petrayal of Mr. Markle sustained dislocated Jesus." Charles XV. Weidler will ad- bones and may be injured internally, dress the meeting Wednesday night He experienced considerable pain in on the subject. "The Trial of Jesus i moving his arms and head, but it is From a Leg-al Standpoint."- ' thought that unless unknown internal troubles develop he will recover. His wife was not so seriously injured. One minor bruises Kev. F. K. .Dougherty of the .race M. F. church will talk Thursday night on the sub-ei-t. " ! e t hse man e." Few Charles c Ford of the M. F. church number of of Fiver Park, will talk Fridav night : scratches. on the sobj.'ct "Crucifixion." No meet- According to Frank Wolfe. M3 Al ings will l-e held on Monday and Sat- j len st.. Mr. and Mrs. Markle had unlay nights. i turned from Scott into Washington Faster Sunday. !1' . A. F. Thomas . av. and were about to cross ov er to will deliver an annual Faster sermon. ' Taylor st. when, without warning, speaking on the subject. "Shall ..they were struck from behind by the Live Again?" In the evening he will; tar which was said to be going give the last of a series of sermons, rapidly. The woman was thrown on the iveiietal subject "A Oume ot from Life" or a baseball series. His sub ject will be "Safe at Home." Later a series of sermons will b pound; selling at 5c. Potatoes, 60c per ou. ; gelling at U5c pr peck. lluttrr and Ylgg Country butter, pav ing to '; selling. r0c to S.V. Cream ery, 2Sc: selling 3.V. L'gg. Strictly fresh, paying 10c; sellng L"0e. HAY. STRAW AND FEED. ! (Corrected Daily by th? Wesley Miller i Flour & Feed Co.. 420 S. Michigan St.) I Hay, paylug $12; falling at 111 to $16. ! Sravv paying 7.0), selling at uOc per bale. 1 Old coru, paying T-Sc per bu.; Belling attV ; was broken and she sustained a i-, l nii.,, .i i iillU t f:iin 7 Tai nr hn Knllin at S "n t given on the general theme. "Vital POULTRY AND MEATS. (formtul Daily hy the Ferndell Marktt 120 N. Main St) Toultry Spring chicken, paying i.V? to 10c; selling at 22e to 2-V; old chlckeni, paying l'JUe; jelling at 20c. M'aU Retail : Yeal. 20c to 30v; ronnd teak. 20o to 25c; alrloin steak, 20c; porter tou. 35c to 40c; beer roast. 20c to 25c: the bll-uv tn the n-i Vemenf -mil 0lllQff bf 10( to lard. ' moket im i-'iinkj to tne pavemenr and h tn nrtpr 4iu tn tn nn.rt ed unconscious. 1 he injured; couple were carried into the home of i TALLOW AND HIDES. Addie Van ibn Ilosch. 521 V. Wash- I (Corrected Dally iy S. W. Llppuaan, mgton av.. Iroin whence thev were -in . .Main ai.i Problems." which will take up the ...c,.,, r1 i)r pOWers' oln.ee Thee Tullow Rough, 2c to 2c; rendered : n i. hi iif : vu ) c rf i were then taken home. 1Ild'e.N0. 1 grVen hldr'. 11c to lie; I he buggy was demolished. 1 he cured, caif kin. 15VjC to 17Vic; wool. 17 hor.-e was also slightly injured. It appears that shortly after the LIVE RTOCK. accident tn family of the man and; l" 'J J ro-. wife was notitied of the accident. The Sunda v a 'uus'-ment iiiestion. Httitlble of the church toward present day amusements r.r.d civic and home prob b ms. A P.illy Sunday anniversary will be observed April 27 by an all-day meeting. TO 1 1 A I . sOC.AL. A box social entertainment will ' Srrret.l ll(:irv f i f ativr IIvp rn ( S.i tn ST ?irt ' children were greatly frightened and dressed. S12.(t to 513.00. Feeders. $5.75 to ill at ease as it could not be ascer- HJ.75. Lambs on foot. $U.OO to $7.00, ri reaped ! tained where the father and mother : I2e to He IP-cs. to -joo lts.. toi . - ' - (Ml ... -lil n. v o V1 I . . , i, ....I .1.. ...... T Vb! h , ' M e r'r Had been taken after the accident. ! - t0 1 I I ( ' t s O 1 III1 "ll III fllil .11' ,. . - ,. . . i SEEDS. s r i m en t a 1 music r-i..- - ..i: ...:..-. n . . . - . i... i.mi.'ht Aii inter- luooe si.inon n.is caueo oy .ir. stmg program has been arranged, in.; N,Vo,fl'' a ,;rotl;rr"i.n "laxv: . in au tn' (Corrected iaiiy d Warner Bros. ? . lading readings, atid voi-al and in- o-awo vo luuur ine missing iainer j Co.. 114 K. Wayne Ml.) ana momer. n was reporieu mat an; geed iltuotny paying g.ro to a per auto had sped up at the time of the! bushel, selling at &;oo. Ked clover raylnf accident and whisked away with the to celling $S..7). injured couple. This auto later ITl , mtZ .r- Pioved to be a taxi that had been APPEAL GAMBLING CASE called to take the injured pair to the . physician's ottiee. 3 A!i i IT-' A 1 0 stop All That Avvfid Itching and Eurn in Instantly by Uizir This Remarkable P.excJy - ZlilO. Two Men Want further Hearing- on Cnrtl Clame Charge. NEWS OF THE COURTS. The Klkhart opera house Friday handed County Clerk Christoph a check tor SlTl.rtl. This was done to keep good a tender in a suit which comes I day appealed to the circuit court. The up in the superior court on Tuesday. ! men drew fines of $10 and HO days' suspended sentences in the lower Get a25c Ecttle Todar aud Proe It. 1 ltc:-.:; r r.a : Paine Ashbrook and Henry Hill, convicted in the police court on Thurs- dav on a charge of gambling, on Fri- Py agreement in the circuit conn courts. William X. Nolan paid $2" attorneys fes into the tvnirt. The petition for! TItlAI. IS PltOCI :i;DINCi. an allowance asked for by Mrs. Nolan ! The case of Charles K. Warren :iti-. ptiC liquid that 1 EuJri.;ia V v is still pending. pro, ad it -;f ::::.! ( r. 1 VI.. . ' J A - sirv.r .:.r.o. e.v hristm. i;r ' v"7 V - .'I vrh ie t.:.: nr.c.r::- sent tro I. - xV'Vi f'"J . . . : -r :.. - couit. V " " v.'' - ; dr P. c : The suit of the l-'irst National bank against Henry C. Christman for $5.50u on a note signed by A. F,. Harlli., II. G. Christman and F. A. Morse has been m the superior to the circuit . attention of the circuit court Friday A number of witnesses are still to be against William I. Calvert and Wil liam Mell. a complicated and tangled suit over some land in which a mort gage, a contract and a leaso all figure, and in which Calvert is suing Mell on a cross complaint, still occupied the . . examined. x i o. ci ?'- - i lar.cis v.. i.auineri was app 1 JT l;-cvc1 administrator for the estate of iJy' "isil'v! own; .! P.. Gr en in the circuit court o; V.W A ; 'si IV-n't W. any- day. ponds were fixed at $5 mo. W Z t? 1 .od; wcad Cr r. ' y :' ' i . .. ' .. i:i'Mi:ss max sricinr- 1 !;t lr.. t- ".nd It j' I , a b: ;.i;.mu i- lar cis i-.. i.ambert was appointed John j The Woman's Literary club met on Fri- Thursday afternoon at tire home of Mrs. Mron Campbell of Park av. Mrs. K. S. Peck presented the sub ject "California Authors." discussing particularly Ina Coolbrith. Joaquin Miller and Kdwin Markham. The club r.i'MXi-ss man sricini:s. ... t.- AI'.l.lNf.Tt .. X. J., April 2. : , Adolph Amann. a vvealthv business ' man .and i-reiib nt of the Arlington will meet with Mrs. Campbell again board of trade, committed suicide to- j next week. day by shooting himself. t by urfc. PUOMIXITNT lAWTKK D1F.S. WVt'ilk.-A lock of hair cut! BALTIMOUK. Md., April Wll gir wi ni!..-!r. hi s-.ijrii iter.d by from i'r adent Lincoln's h ad the day ' ham Shepherd Fryar.. former attor- i- ' by "Fi-i '..;;:. o. 'following lias assassination, was ' new general of Maryland. political i.ipi; ht:- Drug sti.-i. n. i. M.ltM ; M, ,h. . .. j .. preiitano's at the i orator, noted wit and leading elub- in:g st- .ti.d lb-d I'rm lung Co . of I au tioa sab of the effects of the late 1 man of Prltimore. died from a stroke s v i j r cf3 f TV MICHIGAN, CORNER WAYNE . STREET. SOUTH BEND 300 Pretty New Spring Hats at $4.95 and $5.95 I. So many people have asked us if it was possible to -et mme h;n at those prices like those we had last week that we are triad to an nounce another splendid assortment, just as pretty, if not prettier, than the previous models. Not only the fashionable sailors, but the Watteau and bustle-back models are included. Ail the desirable colors, and the hats are trimmed with metal tlowers and foliage, lacquer ribbon, pompons and ostrich feathers. Untrimmed Hats of Henip, Milan and Taal, in all fashionable colors and black; hundreds of shapes 98c to $4.98. Trimmings including Flowers, Wings and Pompons; new ar rivals daily. Children's Hats ready to wear, not less than -40 different styles tomorrow, of hemp, milan and fancy straws, ribbon and silk trim med 98c to $2.49. Cute Coats and Dresses for Little Folks Saturday Sale Children's Dresses at $1.25 Ot j Children's Coats, $4.98 Of new- pink barred French gingham, square neck, with embroidered scalloped down front; bottom and pocket em broidered. Bloomers to match are included. School Girls' Dresses, 98c In blue and pink check and plaid ging hams, square neck, with embroidered and scalloped blue sailor collar, in plain colors; front, broad belt and sleeves to match cMlar. Children's Dresses at 49c In sev eral different style. Also school girl' dresses in new models. blue or red broadcloth; cutaway front, deep self collar; sides of belt made of black satin with tassel trim med bow at left side. Children's Coats at $2.98 Sizes 4 to 8; tan mixture, collar is trim med in plain tan material and but tons, double breasted style. Children's Coats Special at $1.49, $1.98 and $2.49 Varied styles, as sorted colors, usual prices are from 5oc to S 1.50 higher. School Girls' Coats, $4.98 Blue or tan check, or tan stripe, newest models. Jj YS. " - ..--- en Women's Spring Suits and Dresses Only eight shopping days before Kaster! Days for wandering among the new things, for picking and choosing, for trying the effect of the new coats and skirts!-for posing new Easter Hats! Wise women are making se lections now, so there can be no possible Easter-eve disappointment. Stocks are full to overflowing, variety knows no bounds, styles are accepted, and the choicest are here. .ifr '1' ' '' V l ftxi 1I: : lv; ; " ix. j e?: JI3 J jj) v SPRING SUITS AT $14.95 Several very smart models in semi-tailored and fancv etTects, with trirumins of novelty silks, ribbons and ruchings. The materials are serges, various new crepes, and other fashionable suitings, in black and colors, including navy blue. SUITS $19.95 AND $22.50 More models than we can tel- vou about. Many of them copies of imported CLOTH DRESSES, $9-95 Of serge, poplin and crepe, in choice spring colors, such as navy blue, Copen hagen blue, black, mahogany; trimmed with ruchings of net and pretty applica tions of silk, and yme have collars of net or embroidered batiste. DRESSES AT $19.95 One handsome model of lavender crepe silk, the simple one-tier skirt lends uits, that would sell at twice the price, i distinction to the dress. A dres of tan Materials include crepe, novelty suiting, j serge crepe, has bouiTant drapery skirt, shepherd check, serges, gabardine, moire j the very wide sleeve? that begin at the ilk. etc. ; waist, fancv silk vest. Toilet Articles Colgate's Perfumes, in -many different odors, per ounce, 25c. Also sold in ' ounce and Ti ounce bottler Colgate's Dental Cream, lies flat on the brush, 20c and 10c. Colgate Toilet Scaps, popular varieties, such as Honey. Palm, Glycerine, Turtle Oil, and a new style round cake which i selling rapidly, 3 large cakes for 25c, per cake. 9c. Colgate Toilet Water, all odors, 2 sizes, per bottle, 25c and 38c. Java Rice Face Powder, in ali lints, per box. 25c. Listerine, 19c and 38c. Satin Skin Face Powder and Face Cream, 25c preparations. 19c Mennen's Talcum Powder, borated, Narangia, Sen Vang and Violet. 10c. Pray's Nail Enamel or Rosaline. 17c. Packer's Tar Soap, per cake, 15c. Peroxide cf Hydrogen, lull pint bot'Ie. Saturday Special 9c. Jap Rore Toilet Soap, cake, 6c. The Much-Wanted Moire Ribbons Are here in splendid assortments in Lie season's most fashionable colors; excel lent selection to be had for hat trimming, hair bows, sashes. belt and dre trim mings. 5 I " and ( j in.. 25c and 29c yd. Easter Gloves We have the best stock of Women's Gloves ve have shown any time before Easter long and short gloves, in black, white, tan and all the new colors to match the spring costume. Many kinds at lower prices than gloves of equal quality can be bought for elsewhere. Street Gloves, black -ith III!-' .ill' w lute broidered backs, white with black embroi dered back, good ouaIit kid. per rah. $1.25. Women's Long Kid Gloves, io-but'on length, black and white, pair $2.75. 16-button Silk G!ore. 98c. 2-chsp Silk Gloves. 50c. 12-bution Silk Gloves. 75c. i Major W. II. Anderson. of apoplexy today. !