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Trrsn.w, ocTonnn in. inn. THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES W A Telephone Your Item TL m. Tr W iltTV - A liTlvTS i ' iALL Bell 10; Home 118 "CHOOSING IHE WINTER ir by mrs, j. puny Chicago Woman Lectures at First Meeting of Home Econ omics Department of Wom en's Club. The f.rrt :nr-et!n? of the de partment rf homo cf"!!'til.s of the Mif-hawrtka Woman's club was hold Monday even-ln- in the ntrt:ilnment parlor of the .Mr thodist Memorial church. The met tin:; v;ih veil attended. Mrs. Jamie Patty of Chicago f-poko on "Millinery, Choosing the Winter Hat." In part j-he Miiil: '"livery milliner v In her way an architect and if he le a K""J "no shc wi!I with the necessities of the rase in view. Trim ming a hat is like puttin:.: up a build ing, to ! thi.s is to follow the first rulo of 'ood btyl. th basis of which in suitability. And yet do tho ma jority of hats one sc-.s during a day's journey hear evidence of t-ven a asual at. iuaintanct. far less a ltinito i l.ition.ship with anything )a!c r f nnda mental. "Why is this the case and who Ls rr sponsible ? The lirst. culprits are the custuni Illustrators and copyists. Thru tho jnanul'acturcrs and iirt- hunts who look at the matter from a purely commercial standpoint, are interested that new styles shall be as different as possible from those of i.ist r.ir. Pronounced models will bo Khorl hved, and exak'Koratod styles aro most profitable commercially, they are also the most expensive for tho wearer. '"The lirst step in tho study of hats is to consider them in their relation to heads, and nt as Isolated strue tuns. Tho next step is tho constant observing and analyizinir tho exact dihi'.ulties one s es. Adjustment is tlio element which deals wjth actual i urii-trii' tiuri, littin and balancing of the hat. When it (onus to determine tho size of a hat there is a consider ation which is generally ignored by milliners and buyers. It is essential to remember that a hat is not mere ly worn above; the head but above the ntiro height and p eullarties of the Jigure, should influence us in our ehoice. Supposing you are large, with broad hips and' shoulders, you need a hat different from a v oinan who has j our height but not your size. To make your f boulders less broad, the crown of your hat should be fairly hizh and tho brim a littlo broad to ouni ri.iianee, me nii. .v piojiur- t tonally sb-r.dcr woman would look under the decidedly Mime nat meager. "It is nl:o very necessary that you f-tmly yourself full length as I often find that a hat has good lines when sitting but not at all iood when standing. anl this is most important for the street hat. Tho color of the hat forms a harmony with shade and color scheme of your dress. Xo ar ticle, of wearing apparel has a more diplomatic mission than the hat. Tf your costumo Is striking in color tho hat must tone down tho general ef Jcct, if somber in hue the hat must ivo the whole a bright touch of In terest but in any ease it ought to be :m integral part of your dress in tho broad sense that your outdoor is real ly iia omplcto without it." - ToITowii.g the address considerable time was spent in trimming and dis playing various hats In different M b Mr I'attv brought with hor l"roni Chicago se, ral bonnet untrim uinl with whieh she demonstrated her tall:. MISHAWAKA CLASSIFIED. A fre' ticket to tho Orpheum, South llcnd, to j.atrons of The News-Times. M'shawa ka f "lassitleil Columns, with every ad amounting to ;.'.": truri"d ins. rte-1 in this .paper. A good seat for any pr- lorr.iaruo (luring tho week except Sur.il.iv. Advertisements must be jaid fr ulifM ordered. Regular r.m. 1 rent a word for tho first ihoth ditioi:" and one-half nt a word iVr each day there aft r. n ; -i i :i r i : l m : 1 1 1 :u . VA.Ti:i Stenographer. Allen , i'urtiss. 415 S. .Main st. srrr.vnoN v..ti:i-.m.li: WANTi:i Portion as farm hand. Married. Reference. Tall at iT. I'., llartison St., Mish.iwaka. vati:i) misc i:lumx)i s. WANTRP T- rent in or nar Mislia a)a or River l'ark. a room house vitlx o:-.e ,.r more acres of land for poultry rai::;g. H. R. Z?1). IX K ItlAT ITATS. l-'MR J:i:NT Rive room rAt. 'on-v.T.ietn-cs. Re-. lia;uire at S. Sprii-.g .-t. i oi; m:T- uorsi:s. FOR Ki:.NT lba;-e at T i R Fifth si. lignite 2: K. Ninth st. FOR l:i:NT 3 room house. South Taylor str.tt. electric light.--, gas, bard and soft wat-r In ii'.tchen. $!."0. Ralph Jerncg.i!.. :-'R RRNT H.i;:s.. at V. : t S. UV1N 8i. llectri.' lU'lit and g i. liapaire et -j j.? Wet st. roi: si:u: i:.ntati:. VO s'ARi: Ten lots, joo soil, $9u0 cash or fl'"' ti:ne; down. Will pell any number of p.ts. C. J. 'astlcii.an, l !'.'. Ann st. Ib-11 phone A. H. MATHEIN Real Estate, General Insur ance. 113 Lincoln Highway West, LECTURE ON DANTE AT LITERATURE MEETING Mrs. Alma O. Ware, leader of the department of literature of the Wo man's club, gavo a lecture during the afternoon on Dante. There was a large attendance of ladles who en Joyed Mrs. Ware's lecture. Thy speak er h:is evidently made a deep study of Dante, and is most enthusiastic and devoted student of the great poet. During her remarks she referred to his early life and love for the leauti ful Reatrice, who was his inspiration through his writings. Ive was tho theme of his poem, in which he ex presses threo conditions love gone wrong, love hopeful and love trium phant. Dante, after his exile from Fiorence, had experienced tho sins of lust and selfishness, but was, notwith standing", the most consciously ethical of all the great "world poets. NEW BAND ORGANIZED BY YOUNG MEN MONDAY A new band for Mishawaka Ls the latest. It is to be composed entirely of young men and will be ready for concert work within a Fhort time. Monday evening at the home of Guj' Martin, X. Main St., a number of the younger musicians of the city met and discussed the advisability of or ganizing another band for Misha waka. After some debate on the mat ter it was finally decided that the held here was great enough and plans were at once made for practice work. The band will be comprised of 13 pieces. The following arc olficers elected at the meeting Monday evening: Dennis Van Ripo, business manager; Demps ter P.eatty, assistant business Man ager; Harold Gardiner, secretary; Gilbert Mayor, treasurer. LADIES' ENTERTAINMENT PROVES A SUCCESS Hundreds of people on Monday eve ning attended the entertainment given under the auspices of the Young Dadios sodality of St. Joseph's Catholic 'church in St. Joseph's hall. The entertainment was a success in every way and the proceeds will go for the benefit of the Young Ladies' sodality library. This . library was opened Monday evening and Is open for all of the St, Joseph's congrega tion. Hereafter the library will be open every Monday night from 7 to S o'clock. The program rendered Monday eve ning' was as follows: Song, "Day of Glory." Miss Wilma Wolf; vocal solo, Miss Pauline Kamm; zither selection. Charle Putterkneckt, Charles Koep pon. Arthur Schellinger and Fred Trippel; song. "The Alpine Shep hard." the Misses Ana Ranerleln, Gertrude Tremel. Ksiella Bauerleln, Rortha Schaffer, Anna Hums, Stephana ,Grzosk, Monica Bueche; vocal duet. Misses Christena Ganser and Edith Yost; tableau, "Morning, Noon and Night"; vocal tria, "A.ve Marie," tho Misses rati lino Kamm, Mabel Titus, Lillian Rarret, Wi!ma Wolf, Marcella Ruckel. Frances Schmitt. Serena DeGroote, Johanna Vanderbosch; "Tommy Ducklings." song, "America," nil. Accompanist, Miss Mary Gerstbauer. c.irr XI G I IT TONIGHT. Tonight will be gift night for the ladies at the Century. Rvory lady at tending the show will receive a pretty souvenir. The Trey o Hearts, which was shown at the Century Monday evening, proved to make a hit w ith the large audiences. This picture will bo shown itx 15 series, one series every Monday night. cincDi; MiurriNG. A meeting of the Tabitha (Sewing circle of the St. Peter's Lutheran church will be held Wednesday after noon at the home of Mrs. M. R. Cone, L Sixth st. duiltj tkam to Mi:m The Home Grove drill team will be entertained Wednesday evening at tho homo of Mrs. Theodore Colbert, L Grove st. to i:nti:iitain" laih;s, Mrs. R. H. Palmer, S17 S. Main st., will entertain the Ladies' Aid society of the First Christian church Wednes day afternoon at 2 ::'.0 o'clock. Thla will be the regular monthly business mooting" ami all members are urkred to be present. worth Lii;n; mki-tts. The Kpworth league of the Metho dist Memorial church held a business session Monday evening in the pas tor's studv at the church. ROAKP OF SA1T7TV MKI7TS. The board of nublic safety met Monday evening in tho mayor's otlico at the city hall. Tho report of tho chief of police was read and accepted. Little other business was transacted by tho meeting. hoppi: oui)i:iu:i opt of town. Frank Hoppe, who'ls supposed to be traveling over tho country under an alias and who was arrested last Saturday for public intoxication, was given five minutes to get out of the cltv Monday afternoon by City Judge Feiff. Hoppe claimed to bo brother to the famous billiard star, Willie Hoppo of Chicago. DUNCAN TO BE SPEAKER AT DEMOCRATIC MEETING Plari for a rousing big- meeting of township and city democrats and all others were partially completed at a meeting of democratic precinct com mitteemen and workers held Monday evening at tho democratic head quarter. The mc decided to se cure Thomas Pjr. .n, chairman of the Indiana pu' iic ervico commis sion and one of the leading lawyers and democrats of the state, as the principal speaker for the big meeting set for next Tuesday evening. The pla; where, tho meetl.ig xvlll be held has not yet been decided, but negotiations are now under way to secure the auditorium of tho Misha vvaka high school building. Tho following were the committee appointed to complete the arrange ments for tho meeting: John M. Raab, George Tremel, Frank Leon ard, Frank Rickel and Charles Bing ham. Arrangements were also made at the meeting to hold a series of town ship gatherings. It is planned to hold the meetings in various country school houses. Ixcal speakers will be secured for these meetings. The fol lowing are tho committee appointed for this work: John Knger, James L Kennedy and Arthur Wolf. "Unclaimed I.ottcr. Letters remaining; in the postofTlco at Mlshawaka, Ind., and advertised Oct. 13, 1914, by J. A. Herzog. post master: Mrs. Hattie Bailey, Mr. Long Barbera, Miss Inez Baxter, An drew Federnak. Miss Ethel Maxwell, Mrs. Kattie Polletti, Jay Ryours, John Stuff, Mrs. Mae Scneaves, Chas. Si k a la. P 1 71 ISO X A LS. Grorge Senger of the. Century theater la in Chicago on business. Joseph Wachs has returned from Niles. Mich., where he spent Monday visiting with his daughter, Mrs. Fred Knott. C. W. Wilko is In TCI k hart. Mrs. Frank Greenwalt and Miss Mary Goudy have returned to their home In Elkhart after spending a few days visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burch, E. Sixth st. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Harris have re turned to their home in Toledo, O., after spending several days visiting with relatives here. Misa Josephine Overaul, Detroit, Mich., is visiting with her sister, Mrs. Joseph T. Smith. Stated meeting Mlshawaka Chapter, No. 267. O. L S. Tuesday evening. Advt. FEAR RIOTS IN CAIRO Murder of Wliito Man Arouses Race Hatred in Illinois. SPRINGFIELD, 111., Oct. 13. Gov. Dunne ordered company K. Illinois national guard, to be in readiness to suppress possible riots in and around Cairo, following the killing of a white man by a negro. Eli Johnson, a rlvcrman, was slain Saturday night by ono of two negro.es who tried to rob him, tho governor was notified by Sheriff Fraser at Cairo. There is said to be much talk of raiding the negro section at Cairo. PC S3 a Century Theater Tonight ThU is pift night for the ladies. Phery lady attending will nxrclvo a Irctty souvenir. PICTURi: PLAYS J. Warren Kerrigan In a 'lwo-iicei Drama liititled Value Received" Tho Yitagrapli Coni Iany presents tho Broad way star feature in three) jvarts 'Goodness Gracious' or Movloq as Tliey Shouldn't lk Comedy. Adults 10c Children Sc COMING THURSDAY Four Musical Kings In a Xocl Musical Mix ture. Sadie DeComa Rolling Globe. Artlt. U f fti ! KlfH A SIGNIFICANT PARALLEL The business man employs skilled labor and expert assistants in the' conduct of his business and the careful owner of property, whether of great or small value, should se lect as his Executor a trust company which is chartered for the purpose of actine; as Executor under Wills. Our ofneers are always pleased to cqnfer with persons who desire assistance in the making of their Wills. The Dip; Trust Co. that pays 4T on savings. si iMUtlll ilf THE MARKETS PITTMH LIVF STOCK. I'lTTsr.rinni. o.t.- i- 'atti.i: Suj.j.ly fair ; rr.arkot slow. '!i,i.- S.H'r '..; prin. $v T.V.r..P; g"l. ',i.s-,, tidy buu-li-rs. $T.S'-i .-" : c:nni"a. .S-.i til A); ouinmon t g.Ka fat bulls, T..v; ivinmna to gri.,l fat ciws, $li.Tr.i; ;; li'ifcrs. fl.'SS-i frtsli onvri arl sprlngors. $J).ijy-i U , veal Olives. (a 1.00; Leavy and tula eulves, fl.OOU 'J J.IK SHELP AND IAMDS Supply fdr: rn:trkt stadr. Prim- wt!i-rs foXi ."; g.Ki K;iid. i.:si f:dr mixM, lam!s, $.".rO'iiS.OO; Letivy lamt-s. $l.oO(i HCXJS i:vTir.ts, 10 dnub dok: ntar ket l.V lu.-r. Prime I.ecivy bog, $v40; liirlit Yorkers. rr.7.v,?v00: rU-s. 5.."t; 7-V; roriirLs, S7.(X.i7.'i-" ; stags, 7 00; Leuvy mixed, $.40. rillCACO LIVK STOCK. TWION STOCK YAllDS, 111., 0"t- 1- nM;s r.eti lpts, .C"); market loo lower. Mli'd .-ind butchers. $7-"-iK.20: c1 h-vy, $7.7."T7s.',Ji': rough heavy, $7 lisrht. 57.758.15; pigs, $5.40.00; bulk. .lOVOri 12.VTTLK IUv-elpts, 7.."v; market -wnk. r.ev. $G.7:ilOX'; -) mid blfers, $;i.VKi stLktrs nnd fdor, $.".7rw .10;'lViuTi(s, $7Alir; Olives, $rJ.L0'ii ai.iT.. SHEEP ILfivipt. 4-.OCJ; mnTket steady. Nnth aud uestern, V2otolK); lambs, $.1.JO7.0U. SOUTH BEND MARKETS rOl'LTKY ANI MILVTS. (Corrected dnUv by Jlmmle's Market, 1?3 W. Jefferju blvd.) I'OULTIIYPavlnff lC, wlllnsr SV. Hl'K INGE IIS Pavinfr Ur, lllnff 20c. VILVI l'aying lie, Nell In p to S0 PLEE Ittmst. 2.V; btdliup, 12c; por terhouse, JiOc to 4'; sirloin, TV. HAM Paying, l.s, selllas 1-e. to 3T. LAUD Selliug le. PROVISIONS. (Corrected dully by F. W. Mueller, 210 E. Jeffersou blvd.) PltUIT Oran's. polling at GOc to COc pT dz. ; lemons, sWllng nt 40? pr doz.; bauan.iH. s-lllii)r at to 2-"c per doz. VE;irrAi:Li;S New enbbage paying le, elliu at 2e; new potatoes payiujr Ouc, Sidling ut. 75c bu., 10 peck. UlTTTEK AN1 LilXiS Country butter paying1 20e to 30-?, selling 2."k? to r-V; ereaniery butter, selling ."2c. Esth, strict ly frejsli, paying 20c to 27c, pelllug 32c. ski:is. (Corretel dailv by Warner Urosu Seetl Stre, i 14 P. Wayae st.) TIMOTHY :JT to $3.:aj per bu. ICED .'UVi:K-to $s.00 per bu. ALFALFA 10 per bu. ALSIKE I.TJVP.li 510 per bu. L'UIV 1'llAS $1.1S to $2.ZAJ bu. HAY, STUAW AND TEED. (Corroxtel dallv by tbe AVesiev Miller Flour - Feed "Co.. 20 S. Mb hian st. HAY Paying to $14, belling at $1G to $is. STRAW Paying $ to $7, polling at ?H, and foe bale. CORN Paving 7.V, selling at S.e.", OATS Paying 4.V. celling at r.2 CLOVER SEED Paying $S, selling at $H.). TIMOTIIV Selling at 5S..V). ALFALFA Selling at $10. pr.on; and i led. (Corrected dally by Kr.oblock & Glnz, Hydraulic av.) WHEAT Paying ic piir bu. OATS Paying 43o per bu.. Felling CZc per bu. CORN Paying 7-"Vc per bu., celling 00c per bu. LOOK! For this em blem on our windows. First Trust & Savings Co. In the same building and under the same management as FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mbhawaka, Indiana. THEO. TRACAS Clean and Press Clothes and Hats. Ilotli Phones 100 AV. 2nd St. CIGAR pu UL-y CIGAR H i - - - - That Quatliy Broadleaf Cigar V. I. SMITH CHIROPRACTOR f27 Lincoln Highway West. If you have a kink in your back that's your business. If you want it adjusted that's our business Homo IMiono 3G7. NOTICK TO CONTUACTOKS. Not lee U liereby civen that tlw board of (miraU loner- f St. Jrejh County, Indi ana, will revlve t'panite seaU-l propil3 f..r an administration building and n building known as No. 9, riIo beating a-nd plumbing for t abov natne.1 buildings ut the Antl-Tiilereiiloils Camp four mUes north of tlie iMty of Sourh I'.end. Ind. All jit'i'-nH shall t-e bised upon the plans and spe-ifi.-.'itios low e:i til'J in the auditor! ofTli-e -f said c.unty. All Mis must be nle-d in tho ,friee of the county audlt-T on or before 11 a. m. Monday, Nov. 2'. 1014. All bid-s must N on thl form 'r jiu'reetlnc exactly therewith vili Lot be considered in the Mtintr. Th btrtiTd reserve: tho ri'ht to reject any and all bids submitted. N-otbv i- hereiy jrlven that th plans and spt'irif-ations for said work Lave beei Rproved and adopte.l by tV' board flTil are tow on tile in the auditor's of fice. All proposal :nt:t m.ly Mritly v.lxh an ixrz of the legi-slature e..u--raing coun ty business. a ts IKO. pi:e "M. and 4uh Miuent act, ll-'l, IT'CKi and l'. to which reference Is nude for the Information ct bi. biers. The said nehs partb'ularly re quiring tn.n.u nf either a surety company or a resident fn ehd.l'rH liU'l t th ap proval of eon!mlsi.T!ers in ti-t b-ss than the full nniount of the hi.l. PLAUKNCi; EL Hi WICK. Audit.r- PYL Paying S.V ir bu. livi; STOCK. (Corre-rted dally by Major Pro-., S. Lognn st. IIKAVY TAT S L'llV. US Live. $Vr to ?7.."-: dre!ed. 10 to H(m;s h... ,s to $.r-". Ia..MI?S Live, ri3c to 61ic; dresvMl. 13c to l.V TALLOW AND 1UD. (Correnel daily bv H. W. Lippriau. 210 N. Main st.) TALLOW -i:ouc-b. 'Je to renderexl, No. 1. 4c to io; No. 2, to V. IIII)I (lre:i. No. 1, bo to 1V; cured ealf skin. 4o to ,V. LILLE IS CAPTURED BY GERMAN ARMY CORPS OF 40,000 (CONTINUnD FROM PAGE ONE) The upper sido betfns in BeUririm at a point near Ghent and stretches toward the southwest The a-Dex lies in tho vicinity of Roye. Many Soldiers Sickened. Unspeakable conditions prermJl along tho lines which have been sta tionary since the fighting began. The sickening stench of a month-edd bat tlelleld 13 continually with the sol diers, many of whom havo been sickened by it It can be smelled for a mile. Where they can be reached tho corpses are burned at night or are sprinkled thickly with quick llmo. Clianses Hands Tlircc Times. Almost every unoitlclal dispatch from the front dwells upon tho fierce ness of tho fighting around Arras last week. Lens, which is less than 10 miles from Arras, has changed hands three times in two weeks. French military' experts take hope from tho scattered condition of tho German forces In the north. Their army lien In considerable numbers on the eastern flank of Hazebrouck, 27 miles northwest of Lille, and in the country surrounding the ruined town of Orchic s, 16 miles southeast of Lille. Gen. D'Amado has been trying to force these Germans toward the northeast but his progress has been very slow. It would seem from late reports that the Germans have again assumed the offensive in that vicinity. Tho' village of Viliieres-Aux-Vents, near Verdun, which has been the scene of bloody fighting. Is a heap of smoking ruins. The French commander thero 6enda an interesting sidelight. From the headquarters of tho German crown prince, he says, an elaborate trench PRINCESS SS5S itagraph Drama In Two Parts The Violin of M'Sieur Featuring CI a ra IvimTxall Voiinir, Ftieniio (jinirdot, James Young:. Helen Connelly and the Yita&ruph Iog. Tough Luck Ave fet deep and 100 feet long, has been due to a neighboring forest. This has been lined with straw and is intended as a means of e-.-;1pe for the crown prince and his staff. RAILROAD MAN DIES CHICAGO. Oct. 1 .'.. diver S. l.v- ford. general manager of the Chicago & Kastern Illinois railroad, nnd on,. of the best known railway men in the west, is dead at his son's home in YVheatnn. Mr. Lyford was 01 eirs old and had been in retirement f,r several years. BUILDS OWN DEATH CHAIR Kolurt (oilier tu In P-Mitd Mk hiiraii .City Frid.ij. at ...1 MICHIGAN; CITY. Ind.. ' : Rohert Collier will be r.T.,t,., I (lav in the el-i tri-. ch:ur h- i, ij build. The d-ath watch w.s t T ?: s morning in the northern In !:,:: 4 pn.-on where oilier must pay the penalty f(,r klllinc a policeman R oT-.svilb-. his homj town. c!i; r heljo-d b':i!d the ehr.ir wh.ile ser!r.- i pi'ius t rni in jrison. 5c Ltibin Comedy, COCXG TTITJTtSDAY lotli EpLsodo of Tlio 5c "Million Dollar Mystery" mi 7T3 l 1 i " i nnni rrr k t : Mum If you are wor ried, angry, ex citeil, depressed or suffering from the cold, you can't en joy your food, and what's worse, you 1 1 i V i "Reliable 1 1 cam aigest u. scribe for all these ills, but we can guard against a cold dining room. What's more, we can make it cheerful and warm, quickly and effectively, by selling you a Copper Reflector Gas Heating Stove. The gas these stoves use is not enough for you to serious ly consider. About two cents worth of gas an hour and it's fairly safe to say you need not have the gas heating stove burning for over an hour or two at the most during the entire day. Ccme and see the cheery Copper Reflector Stoves, $2.25 to $4.00, or send for a repre sentative. as COMPANY 2Z C1IANOL OF LOCATION. Notice Is herel.v given to t!ie citizens of the Fifth ward ;tnl of South P.enl, Portage Tov::i!p. St. Joseph County. Indiana, lliMt tli" undersigned will apply to the board of commissioners of said county at their November tern). l'H, for niwiiiU.iii tu eh.inire iilT l( atioU and transfer my retail liquor license to sell . lntoxle-arinr. viiums, nralt aim sjuruueus liHiors in " less ij u:intitls than live pal lons at a time, with the privlletre of al lowing the same to he drank o;i tlie premises; from my present Io;itlon, l'Jd South M kill trail Ktreet, to the front r-om on the rrouud lloor of the tuo-st.ry brick bulldlne. situate r,2t South Miehi sn utret. Ttie dlnienlor.H of said room are 00 feet east and west and 1 feet north ami souih. wit li exception f a la northwest corner -aus-d l-y a stairw.-iy. 1-Intra nve is had t said room from South Michigan stn-t, from court in the rear and from stairway mentioned above. Paled Oct. K'll. john d i:vilpi:. THE LUNDY STORE. A. DRAYTON & CO. COR. MICH. AND WAYNE. THE LUNDY STORE. The Biggest Little Sentence in the World "I Think I Will Take This One" A little sentence, but can you think of one that is more powerful. This is the force that is backing up our successful sale. Satisfaction of values. Satisfaction of prices. Satisfied they are saving money and getting better values in garments. Needful, stylish and good material. WE INVITE YOUR JUDGMENT. Inspect our offerings and your own knowledge of values will induce immediate purchase. The following items we are offering. COLD WEATHER COATS FOR WOMEN. A 4 (T S limited number a tD.uJ) only 20 of good ser viceable coats very suitable for stormy wea ther srood materials sizes 34 and 36. M A A Stylish Coats in . Zib- if)v?UU elines and rough mix tures but made right up to the latest in stvles. Coats that always cost Si 0.00. At $R 0tf-h PIaids- Lamb, i)lJJJ Zibelines and plain colors coats that sell everywhere for $12.50. 6? AS, Coats made of Astra- IL if)lHiO kan, Chinchilla, Beaver At 14 Qoth and Caracul, also rui tJAnf, fine silk plushes with capes, semi-capes, belted back. The new flare, all stylish coats made for this season's trade made to sell and are selling elsewhere for $lS.'5o and $20.00. You can save money buying one of these. Children s Winter Coats Zibelines, Lamb, Scotch Plaids, Chinchillas all new styles and the best values ever offered, at $2.98, $3.98, $4.95, $6.95. New Fall Suits at $7.95, $10.95 and $12.95 cannot be duplicated. Made in long and short coats, with plain tailored skirts in storm and tine Serges, Sheer Broadcloths and Cheviots. I.aie-t colors in black, navv and brown. ;1 RAINY WEATHER COATS. All New Coats, Canton Cloth, rubber lined or cravenette with no 'rubber. Skinner's satin rubber lined. Priestly's Cravenetted Coats and Balmacaans that usually sell for $10.00 to $20.00, our price at this sale, $5.95 and $7.95. New Fall Skirts of storm and fine Serges in Navy and Black; tunic skirts, $6.00 values, for $2.00. All Wool Sweater-; in red, maroon, navv, grey at comparison prices, worth double, $1.95, $2.45 and $2.98. $4.50 Silk Petticoats at $1.29. If you are interested in buying WOMEN'S WAISTS We can save you double the price of each Waist vou buy. Lingerie Waists at 29c, 59c," 79c. White Waists at S1.00, worth Sl.MJ. Silk Waists at $1.98, $2.50, $2.98. The Silk Waists are a special sample lot that we bought at 5oc on the dollar. NEW FALL SILK PLUSH HATS Made ready to wear. The latest shapes in sailor, large and small. Colors Navy, Brown and Black. Regular price $3.50. Our Sale price, $1.87.