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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES n t i ! T 5 ri SOllirtS January is a time when the greatest values of the year are soil We liave planned this Rush's Shirt Sale and assure you nothing like it ever occurred in South Hend before. Si. 00 and si.50 value, 73c $2.00 to S3. 50 value. 95c. tkP.--' . h$r TT fa a w fs vp o ih e r $s Co PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS rrr?TV 3 ws err r, , ; v 1 1 m JANU JIM M7 M S ALE Is to be our Greatest January Linen Sale. In the face of a great scarcity of Linens of all kinds, we are fortunate in being able to offer you better values than ever before Better Table Linens Better Towels Better Napkins All at equally as low as you ever bought them. We were always plungers when it came to buying linens. This is once when we are repaid for every load wc ever carried. January CI of Mill inerv 2 1 0 Women's Hand some Winter Hats, worth to $10.00 tomorrow. $1.00. : Our 11th January Sale of SO f T? f"l f"TS tfli (s? Our preparations for this sale have brought results .that will be more than satisfactory to you. The qualities ' are so superior to anv this season. ; j ;j Beatititul white voiles, rice cloths, crepes, Swiss and : organdies. For waists and owns at 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c and $1.00 yard. Handsome qualities of Imperial Loncloths at 10c, ' I2l2c, 15c and 18c yard. I i j i Special price by the 12-yard pieces, at 98c, $1.35, ; v $1.65 and $2.00 a piece. j Imperial Nainsooks at I2l2c, 15c, 18c, 25c and 30c yard. i 4 H Hundreds of Pieces of Dimities, Pique and Fancy j j White Goods at 15c to 50c yard. TABLE LINENS 2 YD. WIDE HEAVY GERMAN PURE LINEN DAMASK. It's worth Si. CO a yard from any importer. Our Price, 75c yd. 68 INCH FINE HEAVY PURE IRISH LINEN DAMASK TABLE LINEN sold by im porters in New York for S1.20. Our price, 89c yd. 2 YD. FINE IRISH LINEN SATIN DAMASK, 20 patterns and theyto all beauties. We have about 1,000 yards and every yard is worth today SI. 60. Our January Sale Price $1.00. 2 YD. WIDE FINE DOUBLE DAMASKS at $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00 yard. We advise your buying a year's supply now. TT fx r Ji Ji 2Nf OM1 1 0 THS A i I! Our llih January Sale of 1 c ! i f I il te. vL-sl f s s r fully 20'' lower than tact January. Full Standard Bleached iWuslin, 7c yard. (2c Ies than lat January.) Best qualities Bleached Muslin, 8c yard. (3c less than hist January.) 9-4 Bleached Standard Sheetings, 20c yard. (5c less than hi t January.) 9-4 Best Bleached Standard Sheetings, 25c yard. (5c less than last Jaiuiary.) 1 Our ovn Celebrated Sheets at 20 's less than January H prices last year. Just think of it our excellent 2-yard t: wide 1: SEAMLESS SHEETS, 2V2 YDS. LONG AT 43c EACH, ii 2lx Yard Wide Seamless Sheets, extraordinary quality ii for 59c u f I? ; t From J. S. Brown and Wm. Liddell & C). Two of the oldest linen manufacturers in Belfast, Ireland. You will find in this great collection the very designs with napkins to match. Our 11th January Sale of resses House D 2 yards Square Cloths for $1.95 to $8.00. 2j4 yard square cloths for $3.50 to $10. 2l2 yard square cloths for $3.95 to $15. Beautiful Pattern Cloths, Hemstitched, $2.95 to $15.00. Napkins to match all pat tern cloths. January Sale of Towels 500 Dozen Hemstitched Linen Huck Towels, 18x36; worth 39c. Our January Sale Price 25c. 100 Dozen Jno. S. Brown's Double Huck Towels, extra fine linen; worth today 5oc. January Sale 29c. 100 Dozen Webb's Dew Bleached Fine Linen Towels. Our January Price 25c. 60 Dozen Beautiful Individual Towels, Dew Bleached; all worth 50c. January Price 25c. Handsome Fine Huck and Service Towels at 50c, 75c and $1.00. Immense Range of Hope Chest Towels at 50c to $2.00. Wonderful Values in Napkins at $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 dozen. SPECIAL NOTE Where you have been in the habit of replenishing your linen closet with one cloth "Buy two this January. It wdl pay you." Brides and those filling a Hope Ches' buy your linen now. The importers today are getting sold. up half the linen looms of Ireland are working on war materials. Never before have we ever offered you such values in House Dresses. In many instances half price. Fine Amoskeag House Dresses of plain and striped ginghams, S1.00 value at 59c. All sizes to 5o. Navy Blue and BrowTn House Dresses. Made of cot ton serges and washable, Si. 50 value at 59c. Black and White Check Cotton Dresses. Regular S2.00 quality House Dresses for $1.00. S2.00 Amoskeag Nurses' Stripe Gingham House Dresses, S2.00 value for $1.00. 1,200 Splendid House Dresses, made of fine amoskeag dress ginghams and worth Sl.25 to si.5o. Our January Sale, 89c. In all qualities we furnish you with extra sizes to 50 bust measure. The G reatest January Sale of APRONS ever held in Northern Indiana "Is now on." You couldn't buy the ginghams they are made of for the price. Fine White Kitchen Aprons. Made of Wamsatta Twill, extra large sizes. Muslin strap over head, 50 values, 25c Fine Percale Kitchen Aprons. Bib and strap over shoulder. Always 50c; January sale, 25c. Amoskeag Bungaloo Aprons, 59c value, for 39c. Amoskeag Stripe and Fancy Cover-up Dress, S1.00 value for 59c. Maid's Serving Aprons at 25c and 50c. Our 11th January Sale of TT 77 7777 kerchiers The great value we are offering this year surpass any thing ever attempted by us before. SALE STARTS TOMORROW. All Women's Sl! ill REDUCED $15.00 Suits to $4.95. $25.00 Suits to $7.95. $35 to $50 Suits to $15.00. Our Greatest Clearance Sales 800 Pairs of Fine Blankets REDUCED 20 TO 331-3 PERCENT. S1.00 Blankets to 75c. S2.00 Blankets to $1.50. S1.50 Blankets to $1.00. S3.95 Blankets to $2.95. All Children's Coats Reduced from 25 to 33 1-3. All Women's Coats Reduced from 25 to 33 1-3. I A Wonderful Sal e or Muslin Underwear OUR 11TH ANNUAL JANUARY SALE. 600 pieces of Sample Undermuslins at 50c on the s Gowns, Slips, Combinations, Drawers and Corset Covers. No two gar ments alike. These go on sale Tomorrow, Saturday. Hand Made Embroidered Underrnuslin s 20 dozen French Chemises at $1.00. 15 dozen French Gowns from $1.95 to $5.00. ii ' " ' - - - .i i 01 hi RALLY OF BIBLE CLASS MEMBERS TUESDAY AT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH T"n.l-r thr atisj.U-fS of the rrlUimis work i.-;artm nt ..f tin- Vmiii- Wo- rat-n's Christian association a rally of; all th- HiV'lr t-la.v-M of South lVml and Mihav:ika comprising du.ts v.irh a n;':n bt-r.-lii p of ;.ih will bt lie!.! Tars.iay -ni:i at tla Fir-t ; l'n sa W ;an church. The ail hess of the i"-ni!iiT will ho iu:Lle by Hv llou.iril J. (MiMowI, associate pastor cf the eharoh. The m.f'in- 1 rreparatory to the l qmnin:; of th.e tu.iy of Mxoilas, all the cl:is."'S hai!.-' oniplcted (let; -sis. : Miy-: ;ra e Saxe's oatiine of the Miidy! will be ii.-viI aial nay be procured tt -i . . it.. i j i e x . The ba.-i! ss women's lUble la- will -ittetal the meeting in a lody lol K -v i r . a Mij'per ami ba-;i.es m et ir.q at the V. W. A. Member. of the elass v.i'.l lar.e e!iare of llo- .sale of the ...t.lv-s "A hile the rr.em'-er of i tie hth M'ii.M.l girls' Hible las will ;ct as ushers. I.iiltis' meeting- will be held on alurr.ale Mn-das at tbr V. W. C A. ' !-;'. mr.in -r Janaary 1?. In the ab- ' M.ni'c from the city of Mrs. l:ir;.s, Mi--: Ada r.tmpb' 1! will !e the lahr. GRANGE PAYS TRIBUTE TO TWO DEPARTED MEMBERS Memorial exercises for Mrs. John P. FulmtT of Mishawaka and Norman W. Markham of Clay township, members of the- St. Joseph Valley grange, who died during the past year, were hold Thursday afternoon in American hall. The program opened at 2 o'clock with prayer and reading by the chaplain, ilev. f. A. lecker, and sonps by tho franco choir. 1-"lowers were placed on an improvised altar by Mrs. I-a-vina If:!and and Mrs. Clara Denslow, while eulogies wire delivered by Mrs. Ionzo Dei. slow atid Virin'.us Nicar. The program closevl with prayer and semi;. Th.t society will give a dancing P..rty in American hall next Wednes day evening. MRS. MARY McGEE TAKES VISITING NURSE POSITION Till: CIIKINT35AS MO.MIY ri.UH Is now open, and you can start an account with u-. -c or ."c. Join this popular club now. American- Trust Co. Advt. t-'.p'-rt rtir b-d bir,: In speeial wlilte r'onx for hil Ir n. Mme. Sv.artz at JJrandon-iJu: i . 11 lo. Adt. Ynii will like the bobbing and the children love our white room especi ally for them. .Mme. S"aart at liran-don-Iarrell Co. Advt. Th I'nion Trust Cmpany's Christ mas Savmus Club is now open. Come in and lot us tell you all about it. Advt. In the person of Mrs. Mary McGee of Boston the Visiting Nurse associa- i tion has foun the nurse to take the place of Miss Monica Maielski as head nurse of tne local Institution.! Mrs. McGee arrived in the Mty Thurs day and is stoppir.tr temporarily at the V. W. C. A. She will begin her work immediately. j Mrs McGee comes to South Iend ' highly recommended by Miss M. i Uaird. director of the Instructive Dis- 1 trict Nurse association of TJoston. where she took a special course of training in baby work and other phases of district nursing. She has had experience in several cities, in cluding Detroit where she worked un der the Visiting Nurse association. xotms or tiii: courts. The circuit court jury will sit through Monday, Tuesday and Wed nesday of next week hearing civil cases after which the court cases will be taken up. The criminal docket has not been cleared up but as there re mains only one month of the term it was thought advisable to continue the remaining criminal cases. Inheritance tax cases will be taken up on Friday, Jan. S. tltioner says that her husband has on occasions knocked her down and has threatened her life with a razor. She wants the custody of her live-y ear-old son. Ilaymond. The claim of J10.M) was allowed Thursday morning in the circuit court to the plaintiff in the case of Dubail tv- Dubail against the Augusta lien franz estate. NOTED ORATOR TO SPEAK IN SOUTH BEND TUESDAY Judgment for the plaintiff was en tered in the circuit court in the case of Kliza Hummel against the Hei-ry Sheneman estate. The claim was for $100. Chr has 1 estati Caldv to h; trust CUTw the c: relief irging that Charles W. Caldwell ten neglectful as trustee of the of Cassius Caldwell, Rachel .ell and others have brought suit ive him removed and another e appointed. It is sojght to se $500 alleged to be remaining to edit of the estate arul also other for the widow, Kachd Caldwell. 1 " T" 'f T T" i V T T Is RIVER PARK v a .v V- -i- -T ' i T T 1 S 1 "T Judce Van Fleet granted a divorce to Hale Omens ot Mishawaka. who charged Fora Clemens with abandonment. W. T. Vernon, president of Camp bell college. Jackson. Miss., will de liver an address in the colored Knights of Pythias hall, 210 N. Main' i-l.. next Tuesday evening. The affair will be under the auspices of Olivet A. M. F. church. Mr. Vernon form erlv was registrar of the United States treasury and is well known as one of the most tloquent speakers in, the south Charles A. Hagerty. representative elect, has received his certilicate of election from the county clerk. This credential is necessary in order to se cure a seat in the house. Ollie Hrown. 402 n. South St., has petitioned the superior court to grant her a divorce from Clement F. Urown. They were married in 1100. The pe William Zent. w ho has been visiting relatives here for the past month, has returned to his home at Mtntone, Ind. MUs Adah Ryan of Kockfcrd, 111. is a guest of Mrs. Ieon Allen of S. Tairteenth st. Mrs. William llinard of Mishawaka av. has returned from a visit with Mrs. Daniel Miles at Plymouth. Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rup. of Muncie and Mrs. J. M. Iiaumhauca of Grand Rapi Is, Mich., who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Windbigler of lllo Highteenth st.. left today for Argos, Ind., where they will be the :r-w.o of Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Rupo and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hupe. .wis. tytto Idee, who ha been visit ing her parents, Mr. and Mr. Edward hank, Mishawaka av., returned to Chicago Thursday. Lawrence Daly has been quite ill for several days. Mrs. Harry Vandenbrg of N. Sixth st., will entertain with a family dinner New Year's day. Miss Ruby Wallace has re-igned her position at the South Rend Watch fac tory and will leave for Walkerton to make her home. J. A. Richardson and Carl E. Ever thart of Logansport, will spend New Year's with friends here. J. Kuespert of N. Eleventh st., is not so well. Mrs. Frank Goodrich of Rockfoid, 111., who has been visiting friends here j the past week, left Thursday for Chi cago lor a ween s visit wun relatives before returning to her home. Mrs. Gryco Johnson of S. Fifth . t., has been called t' East Dubuque, III., by the illness of her son. James John son, wno is attending scnooi mere. Mrs. William Hunt of Elkhart ar ried here Thurslav to spend New Year's with her sister, Mrs. Henry Peak of N. Eighth st. Mr. and Mrs. William Harrison and son of S. Seenth st.. are isifing rela- lives and friends at Flora, Ind. j Clarence Falcon berry ha.s returned i to Michigan City after a visit with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. MoilUt 'the tlie foimei's moth r at Columbus, o. Miss E.is Motlitt, Miss ThHmr; Mof mt and Miss Gladys Cair of New Car lisle, are quests of Mr. and Mrs. Mans- ; held Mojfitt f Smith .-i. Dr. Carl Schneider of Gowanda. .V V., who ha.s been a guest at the home of .Mr. and Mrs. E. Rogers, vlb : Smith st.. left today f-r a i i t with relatives at Cleveland and Canton, O. Dr. Schneider is a brother of Mis. Rogt rs. STOP THAT 'Ol'c; 1 1 .VOW. When you catch Cold, or begin to Cough, the lirst thing to do is to take Dr. Hells Pine-Tar-Honey. It pene trates the lining-? of the Throat and ' Rungs and lights the Germs of the Disea.' , giving iui-k relief and nat ural healing, "bur whole family de pend on Pine-Tar-Honey for Coughs and CohU" writes Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton. Ohio. It always heipa. 25c. at your Druggist. Advt. I NIOV TKI ST COMPANY Pays 4 per cent on savings. Depos its received prior to January 11th will bear intere-t from January 1. 151".. jjoin our Christmas Saings Club. ; Advt. i t of Smith st. Miss Dorothy Eacin is a house guest of Miss Ruth Rogers of Smith st. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Fotenb.uiur and sons, Paul and Richard, are visiting AXNOl'Nt'r.MF.XT. I J lit- n,inai noioi, 't lilt- l :mau Edtly Women's Relief Corpshas been pesjtpncd until I'riday, Jai.5. , 131 3. Au.C i I i I 1