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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES H.-xn ..cgcrt 2. ion. Inventory Q SF- mnet Store open all day Wednesday Store open all day Wednesday A Clearance of After-Inventory Odd Pieces inreatest c PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS tins S ITU. A (Pn " 11 -'III 111 1 1 1 ill . II i III II ! mtmMtml 1 1! J li 1, I 1 I nil II I I II IM IIMII l I II W I 1 nH l HI II II I 1 11 . 1 ,11 1 1 1 1 - - 1 n - n 1 t n mi 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 -i 1 . , , m 1 , - - r1 ,!,!,, tun i - -g - li mm iHi n i mm a m n mi 71 F U Jo 71 T Goods 11 ne JA Fir iearance or Mtei-um if Robertson Br o' So Co. August and uric Sale of 1 j House D resses Beginning tomorrow Wednesday after the greatest selling season we have ever experienced We have been fortunate in closing from one of the best makers in America 600 HOUSE DRESSES which we oiler you this month at 59c and 79c. The 59c Dresses Made of Amoskeag, Fine Dress Ginghams and Ripplet Crinkle Ginghams, alwavs retailing tor SI. 00 and S1.25. The 79c Dresses Are all regular Dresses, made of Fine Ginghams, all sizes and regular $1.5o Dresses. August Sale of Aprons This department has been fortunate in picking up 3 Great Lots of Aprons to Sell at 25c, 39c and 59c. Staple Checks, regular 5oc value. At 39c Lancaster Gingham Aprons, kimono style, regular 59c quality. At 59c Finest quality of Amoskeag; Fancy Gingham Kimona Patferh, regular 75c quality. Initials or Names for Marking Clothes of boys and girls going away to school' this fall, should be ordered now. Script or block letters in blue or red on white tape. Notion Department, Main Floor. August Sale of Children s Cloth' Coats We offer you this month 27 Fine Cloth Coats for girls, 6 to 14 years Made in all wool Serge and Fancy Wool Coats that retail everywhere at $6.00, S7.00, S7.50; your choice, while they last, $3.95. All Day Wednesday in Our Dress Section, 2d Floor The very cream of this season's apparel values. 300 Fine Wash Dresses at LOO 3,98, 5.00, 7.95, 10.00 We have made them unusually radical with the express pur pose of hurrying out every garment here advertised. At $1.00 Pretty. Dresses in Ginghams and Crepes with collars' and cuffs in colors, sizes 14 to 36. At $3.98 Vacation Dresses in Misses' sizes only Made in plain colored linens, a few figured crepes. Special values for this sale. At $5.00 Are the best values of the season. These dresses have been reduced from the regular S 10.00 and $12.50 line Sheer materials of Stripe Voiles, Fancy Crepes, .and Linens Latest in style in blouses with fancy girdles and long tunic skirts. At $7.95 Beautiful Dresses in fancy figured materials for afternoon wear. Handsome lace trimmed Blouses with girdle effects and a variety of new skirt models. At $10.00 White Voiles and Fancy Summer Silks Handsome dresses for evening of party wear New Knife pleated Tunic Bolero and Fancy Blouse with French net embroidery and lace trimming some with the popular Gladstone Collar. ALL DAY WEDNESDAY The Cloak Section offers two of the greatest bargains ever offered. CLOTH COATS AND SUITS AND BEAUTIFUL SILK COATS. Garments that, have all been made this season ' and can be worn during the fall. VaK.es that all season have been selling from 810.00 to $38. 50; your choice Wednesday, $5.00. am Draperies 36 and 40 in. Scrim, 12J4c value at 9c; 25c value at 19c. 40 IN. CURTAIN SWISS Designed specially for bed room; regular 19c value, 1 5c yard. VOILE CURTAINS, 2l2 YDS. White and Ecru, with 2l2 inch lace edging, $2.29. PLAIN AND RUFFLED MULL CURTAINS Some plain hemstitched, some hemstitched neat edges; other ruffled borders, $1.19. A Clearance of Summer Grass Rugs Most desirable rugs made for outdoor sleep ing room and porches. All colors to match any scheme. 9 x 12 $8.45 value $7.35 6 x 12 S5.95 value .$4.95 4-6 x 7-6 S3.95 value. . .$2.65 GREAT REDUCED PRICES. MATTING BY THE YARD. 36 inch, 49c value, 39c. 54 inch, 75c value, 62c. 6x8 Bamboo Porch Shades, ready to hang, h $2.39. After-Inventory Clearance of Remnants in Linoleums All short lengths from 2 to 15 yards 2 yards n 4l.r 4.14.1 1 V-N.1 -Ol, H w uc n.ivc L'ccii hi can v icuullu. i uu can , make a great saving tilling out small rooms, bath rooms or closets. A remarkable opportunity to save S5.00 at this After-Inventory Clearance of RUGS. We oiler a SEAMLESS WILTON or AXMIN STER RUG at $24.75. 9 x 12, regular $30.00 value. After-Inventory Clearance of Children's Dresses at 59c Pretty Dresses in Ginghams and Linene; plain colors with pipings of red also in plain pink and blue with white collars, cuffs and belts; good $!.()0 values, Wednesday, 59c. Two Splendid After-Inventory , Bargains in Hosiery One Lot Women's Gauze Lisle Lace Boot Pattern Hose, 25c value, in green only: 10c. One Lot Infants' Black Lace Hose, 25c value, 4l4 5, 54, 6 only, 5c. Wednesday Special for Men Odds and Ends of Men's. Fine Gauze UNDERWEAR, Union Suits and Two-Piece Suits, Wednesday we offer 25 Vc discount. MEN'S 75c OVERALLS, with bib, special for Wednes day, 47c. Iror Ail Day T?T7 V 1 1 j i v eanesaay Tab I After-Inventory Bargains in 1 e as. and Towel 6 Pieces only Fine Satin Damask. 68 INCH TABLE LINEN always Si. 00 yard; for Wednesday only, 75c yard. 25 ODD TABLE CLOTHS Regular $2.50 value, 68 x 86, for Wednesday only, $1.98. 20 DOZEN DAMASK NAPKINS, 18 inch square, Pure Linen, have always sold for S1.98 doz., Wednesday only $1.50 dozen. HEMMED TOWELS 100 dozen Kitchen Towels, 12J6C value,, 10c. ... 25 dozen Roller Towels, 35c value, 25c. 20 x 40 HEAVY TURKISH TOWELS, Hemmed and special for Wednesday, 22c. 18 x 36 HUCK TOWELS, fast color red border, 10c; $1.00 dozen. SPECIAL FOR WEDNESDAY. Samples in Hand Em nroidered Bed Spreads Hemstitched, size 72 x 100 Sheer material, made spec ial and never sold , under SI 0.00 and S12.50; Wed nesday only; ff your choice pu.UU A Warm Suggestion in Cold Type BLANKETS. You can prepare in advance and save dollars buying Cotton and Wool Blankets at our 10TH ANNUAL AUGUST SALE this week. Only $1.25 to $2.00 SILKS, Wednesday Special, yard, 59c. 1,200 yards of Handsome Yard Wide Silks in Taffetas, Messalines and Fancy Suiting Silks. They won't last the day at this price Come early yard, 59c. Silk Gloves for Wednesday 8 DOZ. WHITE SILK GLOVES Heavy double tipped -16 button; a few black and white, regular S 1.25 value; 79c pair. 7 Dozen Only Fownes Heavy Silk Gloves Pongee and Chamois colors, were Si. 00; Wednesday, pair, 50c. 7l2 Dozen 16 Button Silk Gloves, double tipped, black only; all sizes; were SI. 00; Wednesday, 59c. Laces and Embroideries 1500 Yards of Beautiful Laces The odd pieces from our entire stock, values up to 40c yard; Tomorrow, your choice, 5c yard. 65 Pieces of Beautiful 15c Embroideries Dainty Nainsook Edges, 2 to 5 inch wide tine patterns at 5c yard. I Old Guard Safety Pins, sizes 2 and 2J.--S, 12 on card, for 4c 50 Regal Wire Hair Pins, assorted sizes in cabinet, 2 for " " .J ! ; 111 " "i 1 - w -' " i nm ' --'- -- --- --iir i- r - tuiiii i j i i. I 5c One lot of Dress Shields, assorted sizes, 10c value, pair 6c I Queen Collar Support, removable 6 stays on card 5c 2E GERMANY HD1JTMS 8! BRITISH DELAYS Continues to Push for Favor able Positions and Declara tion From England May Be Forced Soon. nv m:uni:irr ti:mpm:. T,ONT"N. Auu. 4. trikin-r like a thuniorl.oIt. irrmany has gained an rarly ad a tit a in Kurop- an warfare. Hurling lu-r tri into Kui.l and in it(!in: the nutral duchy of Luxrm !,ur;r. iho ha- occupied points of strat- value. With h-r rw-tmnary d-Hlrration. nnslami ha suited until the la.t innrnent. hit now he i ready to Mrike and strike hard. Whether her entrance into the conflict at this time will be able to offset the advantage gained by the quick blows struck by Germany is a matter upon which mil itary experts differ. There is no further doubt here that the cabinet is now solid for war. John Burns stood out to the last moment, refusing to aiter his position despite the fact that other mem hers of the anti-war faction were swung into lino by the fiorman' violation of Belgian neutrality. The announcement of his resignation made at 2 a. in. caused no surprise an he declared to his friends that he would quit the cabinet rather than be forced Into the position of in toisinj a warfare into which he be lio ed Nngland should not enter. While the greater part of lAindon was sleeping, having retired in the be lief that today would bring a declara tion of war. the cabinet was in session ith Premier Asquith in Downing1 st. A telephone line was in operation between the premier's residence and Buckingham palace. Several times Asquith left the meeting and used the, telephone. It is understood that Klnj George had urged the premier to avert war if possible without hurting' Knlands honor. The sovereign was kept thoroughly in" touch with the situation, as much so. indeed, as if he had been present at the meeting. It is believed here that the Kussian court and so eminent will poon with draw to Moscow. , Three Important railroad junctions in Poland were captured by the Ger man troops without any desperate resistance being offered. Tho Keich- stag" met today to vote supplies for the war with all the parties in complete unity. Kvon the social democrats who normally oppose war, threw their sup port to the measure. The night meeting of the cabinet lasted until dawn and the ministers went to their homes for a few hours' sleep. They were again summoned into session shortly before noon by Premier Asqulth. Viscount Morley of Blackburn, president of the council, was not pres ent at this meeting and it was an nounced that he had resigned as a protest against his colleagues in the intention to embark in the war. John Burns aheo failed to appear though it was stated that his resignation had not yet been accepted. While the cabinet was sitting the press association announced that the government had been officially noti fied of Germany's invasion of Bel gium and an otfieial announcement was made that German) had sent an other ultimatum to Brussels. After the ministers had been con ferring for an hour Winston Churchill, first lord of the admiralty, left and went to Buckingham palace to see King George. In an attempt to prevent a declara tion of war by England, the German embassy issued a denial of the tfil cial dispatcher. While the cabinet, was discussing the crisis the order providing for the mobilizing was being read In the streets of Iondon ami other cities of the country. It was announced that mobilization of the naval reserves had also been ordered. While the de cision as to war or peace hung in the balance today eager crowds surround ed the newspaper oftlces waiting for the announcement to be made. CHURCH IS RECOGNIZED t: Official recognition was given yes terday to the Hungarian Trinity Epis copal mission organized recently. A business committee consisting of Frs. Russell White, of St. James' Epis copal church and Victor von Kubinyi of the Hungarian church and four laymen to be named, two from each church, will transact alf business. sr.uiors orn:xsi: chaugi:i. James Albertson. 1 3 c Main St.. and Mrs. Olive aine, who gave th tvime address, were arre.-ted Monday night charged with a statutory of fense, charges being tiled by Sarah Jones. When arraigned in city court Tuesday morning each pleaded not guilty and their cases were continued until Wednesday morning Bond in each case was fixed at 100. For Sale: Ground agricultural lime stone, in car lots. Write for par ticulars and prices; delivered at your station. William o'Keefe, Plymouth, Ind. Adv. German Airships Invade France But Are Repulsed PAltlS, Aug. 4. Apparently tdming to strike at Paris itself and destroy that city with bombs dropped from the air, a fleet of German dir gibles and aeroplanes dashed across the bor der at midnight and penetrated to a point 60 miles within France. There they sighted a squadron of French aeroplanes that had darted from Bheims when word was flashed that the Germans were making a sortie toward the capital. BihV shot.s were exchanged but without result, so far as the war oilice has learned, and then the German invaders turned and sped back to their own country. The German airships are believed to have come from the aviation hang ars at Metz. where they had been con centrating for a week. They crossed the frontier near Pagny, and then proceeded southwest, passing over the Meuse liver just south of the little town of St. Mehiet. Their motors were muflled but not sufficiently sil enced to escape the keen ear of a sentry, who reported to his com manding otlb.er. Then news of the aerial raic was flashed to Iihe rns. In expectation of an alarm at any time the aviation corps there was ready for ijuick action, and within ten minutes a squad of eight of the fast est monoplanes were, hurtling through the air to meet' the invaders. The French aviators caught sight of their foes just east of I)emmartin-.Surh-Yevre. Rising high in the air the French pilots attempted to get above the German dirigibles and then swoop down, but were temporarly checked by the German aeroplanes whose pilots fired rapidly while the dirigibles turned and sped northeast. When the big war machines had ob tained a good start, the German aero planes also wheeled and followed them, the fleet proceeding northeast with the French aviators still in pur suit. In the meantime news of the aerial invasion had reached Paris and men were stationed all around with quick firing guns on all fortifications. Searchlights continually swept the heavens until word came that the aeroplanes were speeding toward the frontier. FORTY-SIX GROWERS ON MARKET TUESDAY A large market was afforded South Pend patrons of the public market Tuesday morning when 4 farmer brought in their produce to ell. Hvery vegetable in ason was to 1 had and the produce found read bu ers. Prices quoted on the board, follow; New potatoes. '2Zv peck; tomatoes. 7c pound; sweet corn. 10c ami IIV dozen ears; apples, .'iOc, .13c and 4' - peck: onions, carrots and beets, '. bunches. lc; radishes. 2 bunches, other prices remained stationary. C()Pi:XIIAGi:X. Aug. 1. Ihmnsrr Kmpnvs Marie of Kula rca!uil here txlay. Sho ulll -mhior to reach Kuia ia bucilcn ami Finland. HARRY L.YERRICK FUNERAL DIRECTOR I furnish the complete equip ment, from the first call to the bi'llal. Iloth Phones. 219 So. St. Jx St.