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13 THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES ST. JOSEPH RIVER. HOME RULE BILL 10 PUSS AS II STANDS FLOODED BY RAINS NEJtDING RECORD llldf No. 1 $rn hid?. 1 1 r to 2v; euid. calf kin. 15', c to I7,c; wool. 17 c. LIVE STOCK. (Corrected Dally ry Major Bros.. S. Street. I HeiTy fat teer. llvf cwt.. $4:2' in $7.. ; lise.i. $r:.oJ to 1 13. '. Feer. $.7.". to ''. 5. LamNs !i foot. I'i.t'O to ?TW, Ires"J i l.'- to 14c. Hoga. ltX to L.1 ll.. JT.SU to Stream, Now High Above Nor mal, May Reach 47 Feet Crops Damagecl'ancl Farmers Are Delayed. Violent Scene in House of Com-: SCHOOL PLAYGROUND .mons When Lloyd George! SUPERVISOR ADDED Angrily Retorts That Civil j FOR NEXT SEASON war May Kesult. Hippodrome "Nymphs" With Circus Ther was the With the c-'iuee In river jhowin; at 4 5.7 fvct at noon Wednesday, predictions were made at the Oliver rower plant that the stream vvnuld rise to 4 7 feet ry nicht with indications of Its climbing .still higher hefore the flood caused by the heavy rains of the last few dayo has heen carried away. Nearly three feet of water i now pouring over the dam. which is L7 feet more than normal. Indications are that the level will be raised higher! ictive. than at any time during the spring flood when the maximum was 47. I'or the late spring season the river is unusually highr the Hoods general ly coming In February and March. April showers some years send the level up a few notches, but it is sel dom that the stream climbs up its banks as it la now. In numbers of places the river is out of Its banks flooding farm land and backing up smaller streams. Con siderable trouble is expected before it is over the ramiKe. Kxcessive dam age to farm produce is feared. In many places on the lowlands the crops have been entirely washed out. The fruit crop has been damaged to a great extent not only in this vicinity but in southern Michigan. The floods are holding back farming and every farmer will be set back two weeks with his work because of the rains. Damage Over State. Floods are reported in every part of the stato as well as in southern Michigan. The Kankakee river is re ported to be nearly a mile wide in places and several low bridges have been made Impassable lis they are un ner water. The Maumee and the Wa bash are reported to be climbing. Con siderable damage has been done by both streams as a result of the flood. Tne Maumeo Is four leet above nor mal while the Wabash 13 nearly two and a half. The greater part of tho water turned into it has not reached the main stream and floods are ex pected in the next few hours. The Ohio Is reported steadily rising. Two men were killed in Michigan ;i s a result of the storm. Thomas (irnham, a teamster, was drowned at Kalamazoo while attempting to rescue a team of horses from the water. J. J. Dodge, a farmer living near Mar- ellus, in Cass county, was struck by lightning and instantly killed. All southern Michigan is suffering severely because of the rains. Much property has been damaged. In De troit cellars are flooded and in the country lowlands districts have been washed out. In many districts the rainfall was tho heaviest in years. The elery crop at Kalamazoo is reported practically a total loss. l'ortl Comia.ny Su"kmi1s. The Ford Motor company of De troit was forced to suspend operations when. Its plant became flooded and it3 i:000 employes will be idle until Fri day at lea-st, co.npany officials say. It is estimated that the loss there in pro duct, wages and damage to machinery will reach $1,500,000. Other losses will amount to thousands of dollars. Scores of families were driven from their homes in outlying districts, many being rescued in boats, ami some narrow escapes are reported, though there wen? no fatalities. Leesburg, Fairview and Highland I'ark districts are under from two to five feet of water. LiONDON. Mav 13. violent scene in the house of com mons Tuesday night following Premier Asquith's announcement of the gov ernment nlan in regard to home rule. Joseph! The premier said in eff et that the government intends that the bill as it stands, shall be placed upon the statute book. It is then planned to introduce an amending bill which will embody the premier's suggestions for the temporary and optional exclusion of the 1,'lster counties. Alfred J. Ilalfour bitterly criticized this proposal, declaring that the gov ernment was .asking the hoiwse to pass a measure which wa- admittedly de- and which, it is confessed. must be amended before it can be of service. Uoyd (Jeorge angrily retorted that'"001- ani the government was not dissatisfied dergartner. with the bill, out was only striving: for peace. "If every effort made by ' the government is treated in this ; spirit." ho added, "civil war will be promoted." i This caused a great uproar among ! the opposition and yells of "With- j echoed in the rafters of the house. A playground under the supervision of a teacher snei iallv trMni fi.r th it ' a v,rk will he ,ne of the new features'; j .-x.ih.mfi., nei jear. tne piav- i j ground will Hi the Laurel school. Two grades of children will be on it j practically th- entire time, therebv giving mor facilities for work in tlin , building becuu of the added room. ' The work will be in charge of Iui- j ra A. Hamilton, w ho has h.d several ' years of experience. The following high school and grade teachers have 1 been appointed by the board of edu- cation: C. J. Morrison, manual train-' ing; Matilda Weiland. Margaret .Mr-: (5111. Maxine Kent, Florence sisrist. Uuth Adelsperger, Flizubeth I'rce Jessie Marble, Fmma Marine. Mvrt'..' McClary, Gillian Fteven and (Jertrude Uoesch, for the grades. Kstcllo Han chett. domestic science: Edith Hol brook. history In the hish school; Wil liam H. Partridge. Itin in th.. Viiv, Winifred Fairman. kin- TWO AIRSHIPS COLLIDE Pulfour. red to the roots of his hair, t a.u . injuring a tnird - - - - - i i 1 1 - 1 1 c r ALDKILSHOT. England. Mav is While traveling at the rate of i;." mi!.-, an hour. 80 feet above the ground two army aeroplanes collided above I-arnborough today, killing two arir.v aviators and seriouslv ' ,0 'v;C- 1 . fl h ;-K.5i:i:'.:..fq'Vi '( vy a- U . :v - v;;. -..if : ;r-- -v WVXC4?.-.;:rx v-r:i,t V tl -jTAv , ; . J V? II 1 . -. i k ' ". .; i - Vrl VC "l-m . . . : . . -vi,--, Jj A .:-:- s. 3 w L;v: y yy- . . .v'- BULL MOOSE TO HOLD CONVENTION IN JUNE Nominate Jti in Candidate for Congress in South Ilcnd iav with c;. o. p. shouted fierce but inaudible denials to the chancellor and the speaker banged his gavel in vain. Asquith's statement is regarded in government circles as a distinct ad ance in the Irish question tangle, al though Nationalist Leader Redmond would not commit hlmielf by sup porting it unless an agreement was reached with the unionists. men were Cnitt. AnHrrrkn and Private Carter. The injured man was James Wilson. THE MARKETS. DAI It Y MAKKKT. 'HfCA(iO, May lit TTKi: -Receipts b.WJ tubs; Creamery, extra, '." 'rTJi ex tra, firsts, '2iW2o; firsts, '21U2ZZ; pack- i:iG8 Keeeipts. 'J211 iaes. Current receipts. 1 1 x(a ls4 ; ordinary firsts, 17..: extra, I'K ;. chev ks, 1 G . s ; i Six young water nymphs from the famous Sutro baths-. San Francisco, are one of the many feature attrac tions with the Voting Buffalo Wild West and Cheyenne Days which will exhibit in South Bend on Oliver's field, Thursday afternoon and night. May 1 4th. T' The progressive concresior.al con vention for the irth district will h held in South Mend June 3. according to announcement made Yednday ! ' listrut 'hairnian Iimbert. in th mil.t of an immense hurry in which County Chairman Hur.sberger and other progressive leaders participated, to the end rf seeinc: a complete prr--res-ie tukf I ill th field befor ni'-rht. f r nominations at the lomiiij piimai. May :K Republicans ate said to hae bf n similarly actixe throuhotit th day, partly in hustling our candidates fo the nomination, but quite equally in tring to steer progressives awy frnni the progressive ticket. Tlie splendid meeting of the proRressives Monday niuht. witn a Jii; turnout, this not withstanding republican effort to head it off, is said to hae served only to increase the g. o. p. real to kep progressiveism at a minimum, and work on progressive prospective can didates, to entice them away, is said to have run in some cases almost to a furv. London. May 13. Formal An nouncement of the murder of two British subjects in Mexico of recen; date and the serious wounding of an other was made in parliament todaj by Cnder Secy, for Foreign AffaJrs Acland. Th dea1 are G. E. Williams and S. If. Creen. while the wound? i man is laird. nrnts. Uirtle,$, 17. LIVE roULTllV Turkey? anl springs. 1G; roosters 11 ducks, 14ilo. 15; chickens geee sVflO; MORE THAN 1.600 WILL BE IN SUMMER SCHOOL ADVANCE REPORT SHOWS CHICAGO ;kaix. CHICACiO. .Mav l."..- (iraiu opening: Will: AT .May lUT.-s to .. ; .lulv Sept. MVa. COIJN May. 7l; July, U 7-.S to Go t Uj7-S; iSept. Gl.'M. OATS May ;s4 : .Inly J7 1-S; Sept. "."i to :r:i s. I'nUK-.Inly, $10 70. KlUS-July, ?11.10. UNION STOt'K YA lilts. I'MOX STOCK VAKI'S. 111.. May 1 . ..--Hogs lleeipt.s ."..(mhj; niuket steady. .Mixed and hutchers Svl.Va.l; gtxid lieavy $s.i(j,s.4; rough heavy $7.!.".i s.-i) ; light N.l"otfj.4"i; pigs s;..0's.i5; hulk $s.. ".(U.4".. Lattle Ibsvipts 13.11H); market steady, l'.eeves $7.."K..riO ; cows aiol heifers $o.7" frls."); stK-kers and feeders !:.7.VrjN.H); Texans .T-lT.i S.40; calves .yj.ltO'f.lO.iii'. Sheep Ilweipts L's.ooo; market strong. Native and western $4.oCijr.sr ; hi nibs So.7o F.AST m Fl'ALO STOCK. KAST ltlirALU. .May i:;.-Cattle Re ceipts 7." head; market active and steady. 1'ilnie steers .?! J.Wq 'J.:' ; shippiiiy steers .So.(NS.G0. Calves Keveipts loo head; market act ive and IN"- higher. Sheep and lambs Receipts :..4oO head: market active. lVc.tV higher. Choice lamb .5s.7.v,s.vo: cull to fair .7.0W.l,." ; yejirlings $7.(XKd7.7o: sheep J.S.dro.-J.".. llos i:c.clpts ::.."U); market fair ntnl steady. Yorkers ss."7,(n .sT ; pigs S.sik S.sT,; mixed $.s.sori .s.r-Ci ; heavv ss.so.s.s"; roughs $7.1'.Vt; 7.7.": stags $;.-j.-,ri 7.00. More than 1.000 children have en rolled as prospective students in the summer school, which will open June S and continue eight weeks. There will be classes in every building in the city with the exception of the Jeffer on. r.ipilo from that school will be at liberty to attend any other school in the city. The l,afayette school will probably h ive the first and second grades only, while other schools will have teachers Alio will conduct more advanced work, which will be open to those en dorsed by their teachers and princi pals. The contract the board will make witn tne teachers will not be .si:.v.. for the entire eight weeks, but will LAKO May hold only from day to day. ! Sept. -1 .-. The schools have sent in the l'ol- 1 ' i's jjV lowing enrollment: Colf.Lx. ;; Co- 'I't- Qinllard. .u; i.iuer. l,..: I ranklin, hi.; Jefferson. 35; Kale, 100; Laurel. l'"; Iifayette. 100; IJncoln. '.mi; Linden, j ."(; Madison. 50; Muessel, T."; n'.iver. I lr.O; I'erley, SO; River Park. rO; stu-! debakcr. 130; Kishth grade. li''. The biuh school has not repoite.l as yet.. Tho teachers appointed f r the sum-' mer school will be announced within j the next few days. . riTTMil' !( II STOCK CATTLI-;-Supply !ght. Market steadr. Chuu-e ?s.7"r7 u.m: : prime. s.Gofas.so: good. ss.ior(;s.:,o: tidy butchers. $7.7.V S.10: fair. .S7.(M),a7.7."i: common. $r..V7 7.oo ; coiumon to good fat bulls. So.r(s.oo; eomnron to god fat tows. .3..()rtj 7..'0 : ; heifers. ..". 3(Wr k.n : fresh cows and spring ers. S4.V,S.xo: veal calr-s. $10,004! 10.10 ; : heavy and thin c-alves. Sl.inVa 7.."0. SlIKKp AND I.AMHS -.sPpiv light: I market steady. Prime wethers. Jo.soZ ! ;.(:; good mixed. ."iKi .". 7" : fair mixed' G.00CiS.2r.; spririi S."i.0or(.",.40: lambs, lambs. SN.OO' 11. oo. lKKJS Receipts fair. Market active; Prime heavy hugs, $s.G."tf7 .70 ; medium. .VS.uv.rx.70: heavy Yorkers. S.GGS.70; pigv. s-x.uvtj x.7o ; roughs. $s.70s.7.": stags, .0..r 7.00: heavy mixed, s.oCra's.70. CIIICAtiO GKAIN. CHICAGO. Mav 13. (iraln closing: WIIKAT May 01 7-S; July S'.3-S; Sept. S"i3-s. in IK N Mav 77 1-l: .Tulr O ; Sept. .V o. 1 s - .May Sept. :V, !-. CO UK -.Mav 3S3-1 : ?10..M; $1 l.Cn : July. ?1D.7."; Sept. July. $1002:.0.",; July. .ya.: Glm, SOCTI! 1U:P 3IARKKTS. FLOl'R VM) FEED. (Corrected Dally by Knoblock & fiydrauile Ave.) Crreal and Clour Buying wheat nt '.rjc; o:ts at 40. retailing at VK: rye, tXk; corn, buying at GTm-. selling at 70c. DANISH AUTHOR WILL MAKE VISIT TO U. S. -V . w . eO - Y - m - ' " v f f ' ' I ' . , 1 ; :) - . . v r::- (. W ' .m?raf. PROVISIONS. (Correted Pally by r W. MuHler. 214 ; E. Jeffersou Rlvd.) I Krult Oranges, per ea?e, $2.'0; soiling i (if to OK- per doz. Lemons, case. $4. ."); edlng ut ?o to 40c per doz. Ilananas. buy ing 7c to $2 per buach; selling 5c to 20c . per dox. , Vexrtblr New: cabbifre, paying 2Hc i pound; selling at fc. i'otatoea. 60c per i in ; veiling at 2V per peck. Huttrr Hnd Egf Country batter, pay- ; in;; "JV to L'S ; tilling li.". and 3.V. ! Creamery to 7c, helling 3oc to Xic. t Kegs, triMly fresh, paying 17c to 13c, ! fcciang -JUo to -k HAY, STRATV AND FEED. (Corrected n.illy br the VTesleT Miller I'boir A; rfa 'o.. 40 s. .Mlcliljran St.; Hay. paying $12 to $14; selling $16 to flS. Straw, pay i tic $' to $7; selling $S ton. Old corn, paying 6Te per hu.: selling 7(.c tv 75v pe.' 1. 'i. Oats, i'aylnj 40r per bu.; jelling at 47c b" TiOc per bu. Clover soed. pavliisr f7 . to $S pr bu. ; selling $.S to JS..O. S'jr tens. gelling $-.CO. Seed oati, celliup 7.V ptr bu. Msrkf t, to 16o. I rOlLTKY AND METS. j (Corrected I'ally ly the Ferudeil S 12Z . Main St.) i I'onltry Chu-Kens. paying l.V ! selir.g at 'JO- ! Irt Itctarr : -e-r?. C0e to 30.-; rounJ 1 iitHk. Lv to j.'.-; sirloin steak. 3'V; porter J Dur.v. :i.V to 4(h-; beef roast. Ltc to 2."c: ! boiling beef. 10c to $Ac; lard, Itk-; smoked tiam, "Oc to 3-V;. -;pci.iI 'rrf .sio!v!,nro. CHli'.. ri!.. May I Cor a vi of otic v,i two N ct u r'.-- during which ! SEEDS. 1 iCoriectod Pallr !t Warner Dros ! Co.. lit K. Wayne St.) seed 1 imothv paTlug S2.T-0 t J3 per J busbei. s.iliue M $3 00. Ked elorer V7'. T 1 $:. r J7. selling $s. Alfalfa, paying $. i to i: selling at AUike elorer. i njv.nc frini S10 to SI spllintr at $1J. ''Off Seed he'll I'rof Ccorgc Bratuies, criti.- arid aatnor, win travel TW.FOW AM) IIIPES lrr.ro . . j i: 1 1 at-n t. i sin-ago. hush i Corref.te(J br S. W. L!r;man. 210 N. hirf f'r.-t i;t ni A;:iTia. and. as he Miin St.) : sura old. it will Drohably he h'S Tllof Uouzh. '2-- to 2'ic; rendered CH AS. B. SAX & CO. MICHIGAN. CORNER WAYNE STREET. SOUTH BEND For one week, beginning tomorrow, we offer the best values of the entire Spring and Summer in 3& . - ss isa May Sale Laces & Embroideries Embroideries, 2 7-inch Swis flouncinirs, elaborate patterns; 75c qualitv, Mav Sale, vard 44c. Embroideries, sheer cambric corset cover cnibroiderv, ard 10c. 2 7-inch Swiss Embroidery Flouncing, 35c quality, per yard 19c. Allover Embroideries, neat small or large patterns, per yd. 35 c. Thousands of yards sheer Swiss and cambric edgings, in sertions and bandings, 3 to 7 inches wide, 10c to 1 5c quali ties, May Sale price, per vard 7c. Camisole Shadow Laces, for those new corset covers, vard 19c. Allover Shadow Laces, white and cream, newest patterns, yd. 98c. 22-in. Shadow Laces, vd. 35c. Cluny Laces, 40 new pat terns, white and ecru, yard 8c May Sale of Silks, demonstrating the Vast Scope of this Stock Crepe Meteor, an extra tini and handsome silk for after noon and evening wear, ii gray, pink, gold, amethyst an.1 black, special, per yd. $1.6. Crepe de Chine, 38-in., in canary, tan, light blue, rose, black," cream and Hague blue, Sale Price, per yard $1.10. Mescaline Silk, 5 different colors, including all the new and staple shades for dresses, waists, trimmings, etc.; 2 7-in., per yard 65c. Tub Silks for which there is a great demand for summer waists and dresses; 3 2-in., neat colored stripes, per yard 75c. 98c Black Silks Excellent qualities in soft chiffon taffeta, peau de soie, messaline and Duchesse satin, all are '36 inches wide. Black Bengaline Silk, 36 in., a verv superior quality, per yard $1.69. Fancy Silks, beautiful new brocade in all the wanted street and evening shades, 25-in., reg ular S 1.25 quality, per yard 85c. Radola Silk Poplin, 44 inches wide, in all shades, the very best quality, per yd. $1.10. Seco Silk, good quality, in all shades for dresses, trimmings and draperies, per yd. 16c. May Sale Specials from various sec tions of the store May Sale Housefurnishings Carpet Sweepers, good bris tle brush $1.39. Clothes Baskets, imported willow, each 79c Ironing Boards, steel braced, stand Jirmly $1.39. Galvanized Pailr 10 qt. size, sale price 10c. May Sale Millinery Reductions in all lines Trimmed Hats at $4.85 in which we offer choice of practically any spring Hat, the majoritv of the 75 or more hats sold at $7.95 to's 12.00. You will find among them original patterns and clever copies of hats from famous Paris milliners. There are hats for any and everv occasion to go with any costume. Flowers of various kinds, in assort ed colors, a large quantity, per bunch 5c. v Tiis group of trimmed Hats at $2.85 includes a style for every type and taste. Featuring the smart sa'ilors, the flat hats, turbans and toques, with lacquered ribbons and pert little wings and small bunches of flowers for trimmings. Sold up to S6.00. Untrimmed Hats at $1.85 All the newest shapes; of special interest are the line quality Jap Milan hats which sell it twice the price. Children's Dresses at 30c Several different models for ages 2 to 14, all new; assorted colors. House Dresses at 79c in plain color or shepherd check percale with contrasting collar and cuffs; light and dark colors. Silk Petticoats at SI. 10. Pleated and tucked ruffle; in assorted colors. Children's Drawers, 10c of muslin, with tucks. Corset Covers at 19c lace or embroidery trimmed, ribbon-drawn. Notion Specials All sizes Safety Pins, 2c a doz. ; Dress Shields, 8c pair; 6 yd. bolt em broidery trimming, white with all colors embroidery, for Oc; Kohinoor Dress Fasteners, 6c a card; all sizes Pearl Buttons, 2c a . doz. ; Stay-Ona Child's Waist and Hose Supporters, 17c; Brooks' Silky Crochet Cotton, all colors, 100-yard ball, 3c; Mercerized Skirt Braid, all colors and black, 5 -yard bolt for 9c; Collar Supports, black and white, card of 3 for 3c. Santa Claus Soap, 10 bars for 29c. 6c. Jap Rose Toilet Soap, cake, Tooth Powder, Dr. Graves, can, 4c. Williams' Shaving Soap, cake Ac. Bed Spreads, Marseilles pat terns, full bed size, May Sale 79c. Towels, buck, with red bor der, size 18x34 in.. Sale Price, 7c. Turkish Towels, 17x38 in. 8c. Unbleached Crash, all linen, blue striped border, 17 in., yd. 7c. Table Damask, mercerized, 72-inch, assorted patterns, per yd. 39c. Beads that are so fashionable just now, in black, white and colors, per string, 19c. Women's Waists, ready made, to be embroidered; lawn and voile, long and short sleeves, 98c kind 49c Apron Ginghams, assorted size brown and blue checks, per yard, 4V2c. Amoskeag Chambray Ging hams, also Everett Shirtings, fully 75 different styles plain colors, checks, stripes. May Sale, per yd. 9c. Daisy Flannel, blue, pink and other colors, per yd. 8c. Muslin, bleach-id and un bleached, 36-in., May Sale, per yd. 6V2c. Handkerchiefs for women, hemstitched cambric 6 for 9c Women's Gloves, lisle, all colors- 19c. Women's Vests, gauze rib bed, taped neck and armholes 8c. Union Suits for women, gauze, lace-trimmed bottom, all izes 19c. Children's Hose, heavy rib bed, fast black, seconds of 19c kind, pair 9c. Women's Silk Hose, fast black, per pair 2 5c. Great May Sale Coats, Suits, Dresses Lot "B" Coats at $12.50 Waists and Skirts. Alterations Free, A remarkable assortment of stunning coats representing all the new and fashionable styles. In all the lovely materials such as moire and Bayadere Faille Silks, crepes and repps. In black, tango, wistaria, navy, etc. Up to S20 values. Lot "C Coats at $18.50 This gives you choice of any coat in the store including those tine all silk moire coats that were $35.00. And other S25 to S3 5 coats of tinest crepes and chinchilla. In black and new shades. Very new and predicted the correct thing for fall are those long Russian tunics. One skirt at $4.98 of all wool black-and-white check; another at $6.05 of copen or navy wool poplin. The tunic of both is bound with black Mffeta. Dresses at $4.9S of pink, lavender and blue floral-crepe; puff and pleated iront skirt; seams, belt and pleats edged in plain crepe; pleated net neck and sleeves, crochet buttons. Silk Taffeta Dresses at $12.95 A price which is remarkably small when you see this lovely little model and note "the splendid quality of chiffon taffeta. Waist in the new drop shoulder, ihe long sleeves have pleited net ruffle, which is also seen around neck and edge of lace vest. Pretty ruffle-trimmed skirt. In brown, black and changeable creen. All-Silk Brocade Dress at $14.95 Graceful tunic skirt, embroidered collar. In new Labrador blue, wistaria, maize and black. All Silk Crepe de Chine Dress at $14.95 Skirt has the puff and ruffle combined. Ruffles of luce fall over the vest, neck and sleeves. In black, rese da and new blue. Equal of most S25 dresses. Waists at 98c Most women will want half a dozen of these blouses of all embroidered voiles, batistes in floral patterns and pretty cclors. plain or striped crepes, fancy .rimmed voiles, mulls and linen lawns. In this assort ment vou'll see displayed the new flat collar; shawl collar; babv neck with cord and the "Butterfly" blouse. Women's Suits at $14.50 Choice of all the pretty garments we sold up to $19.50 but they were worth several dollars more among others are those of chiffon serge and crepe, in navy, green and copen, with sloping inset sleeves; smart tier and ruffle, trimmed skirts. Suits at $18.50 These include any suit in the store, sold up to $25; coats and skirts with new features of the sea son; of finest materials. Suits at $8.50 In black, tan and fancy weaves, plain or blouse coats with" set-in and kimono sleeves Up to $ 1 2.95 values. All-Silk Brocade Dress at $14.95 Graceful tunic skirt, embroidered col lar. In new Labrador blue, wistaria, maize and black. Dresses at $9.95 Of all wool plisse and crinkle crepe. Bedford Cord and Soft Crefe. Silk Dresses, plain and brocaded poplin; in wistaria, rose, pink, Labrador blue and other new shades, handsomely made with newest features; up to $15.00 values. WWmm MM LIU- vj il L-i-y7yiiAl. Lust. No. l. 4Vat to 0Vu; No. 31ac to 4 Vic.