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.""-4" iwvt 1 " . J1 1 . . IL 1)11, L -I I 'r ; 31 i : i Liu. I "MB WW THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES MONDAY 1 Hour 9 to 10 a. in. Ladies' Serge i 1 U n Worth $5.00. 71 p TUESDAY 4 Hours, 10 to 2 Crepe de chine, Messaline, Silk Poplin and Serge U)u IS ) Ijj Worth up to $25.00. 1 MONDAY 1 Hour, 10 to ll.1 Ladies' Silk Serge and Velvet and Silk Combination II il p 8 ss Worth up to $15. 55 FOR IT AT "V If 1 1 r m S. MICHIGAN ST. (Satisfaction cJ Guaranteed AfOVEY REFUNDED MONDAY 2 Hours, 2 to 4 Up to $35.00 Evening $ TUESDAY 2 Hours, 2 to 4 Up to $75.00 Evening MM Lzj r ) In ! f i LTU n ri ! ) WILL START HOBDAY. 8:3 OF WOMENS', MISSE'S AND CHILDREN'S NEW WINTER o n ryr a n n at 33 to 50 centts on tike Dollar a M A, PROMPT TP .ID flsisflfiimcDT T Slnipsdl AM 1DM Ji IPipfiee Ml mm ra 1 QJJ jS2QTO"-a.nrD "jesesses "vLiinTEJTEss heuf "roxj oir We don't believe it possible to equal them in this or any other city. It is our purpose in setting these sacrifice prices to make them the lowest ever quoted, as we are most concerned in ridding tables and cases of the remainder of all winter stocks. Costs are utterly disregarded. You can come here Monday, Tuesday or any other day during the week expecting almost twice as much for your money as you can get elsewhere, and when you see the fine garments that we are offering in this great sale, at less than cost of raw material, you'll admit that your highest expectations have been fulfilled. Read each item carefully. See window display. m 1 Hour, 8 to 9 Flowered Flannelette full length Kimonos . . , t r 1 Hour, 11 to 12 f Ladies' Silk Hose In Black and Colors Worth 50c VfVV: 1 Hour, 12 to 1 Men's Hose 2 SS i u f 'I In Black and Colors Worth 15c 1 Hour, 5 to 6 Gingham Tie Aprons Full . Size Worth 35c 1 Hour, 2 to 3 Satin Petticoats . In Black and Colors Worth 50c These items will be on sale all next week, but we expect that most of them will be gone the first day or tvo Ladies' New Winter Worth $12.00. New Winter n $ S .49 Worth $15.50. New Winter aits SL5)fl Worth $16.50. New Winter aits Worth $18.50. New Winter CM Worth $22.50. New Winter CM Worth $25.00. Plush and Arabian Lamb and Corduroy Ca3s 9 Worth $27.50. Fur trimmed Novelty Cord uroy and Chiffon Broadcloth C 7.98 Worth $35.00. n $3.50 Children's Coat 1 .TTTJ I- . !. i i I M 2 Hours, 10 to 12 Children's Fine Gingham Galatea Linen Dresses . . . . 5 2 Hours, 3 to 5 Ladies' Ribbed Vests Worth 15c be Worth $5.00. Children's Corduroy Goats Worth $5.00. Children's Lined Chinchilla P J m PI r -m JJ Worth $7.50. Children's Plush Worth $8.50. Children's Black Plush c Worth $10.00. Children's Arabian Lamb -I A M VI JI Mr. y 1 Hour, 8:30 to 9:30 Girls' Two-Piece Bloomer D iesses Gingham and Galatea yyiy (Lub 1 Hour, 9 to 10 Ladies' Princess Slips . Embroidery trim; worth $1 1 Hour, 10 to 11 Children's Heavy Fleece lined Suits Worth 75c 1 Hour, 11 to 12 Children's Muslin Petticoats . . Neat Embroidery Flounce Mi 1 Worth $15.00. h - $35.00 Russian Pony Skin Fur Coats sio. $40.00 Russian Pony Skin Fur Coate 127 $75.00 Near Seal Skin Fot Coats 13 VL f $10.00 Black Wolf Scarfs and Muffs I c 9 j 1 Hour, 9 to 10 Voile, Crepe and Linen Waists . . . . Worth $1.00 $2.00 $3.00 $4.00 Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Sweaters Sweaters Sweaters mo 21 1.49 Nev Winter "fl fVi New Winter ft "fl f (T New Winter if? F7 fv SKIRTS ID Ml SKIRTS PS) SKIRTS S) M) Worth $5.00 . . . Worth $6.50 ... TAo4U Worth up to $10. 0 Children's all wool Serge ffN Shildren's All Wool "tl A Children's All Wool "tl pK f DRESSES fT DRESSES MhM DRESSES Ml Worth $3.00 ' Worth $4.50 Worth $7.50 U 1 Hour, 12 to 1 Infants' White Muslm Dresses . Embroidery trim; worth 75c Wm Children's Seamless Black 9 Cents Worth 15c Ladies' 25c Seamless HOSE 10 Gents 29c Ladies' Black Seamless HOSE 2 pair for 25 Cents 20c Children's light Fleece Lined S&MTS 9 Cents $1.50 Children's Wool SWEATERS 49 Cents i i S2.."( ChiMiH'H's 3-plrci" SWEATER SUITS 59 Cents Flannel Gingham ROMPERS Ladies' Ribbed PANTS 1 9 Cents j 1 7 Cents Ladies' 50c Flannel PETTICOATS 19 Cents Ladies' 50c DRAWERS and Corset Covers 14 Cents Ladies' 35c Ribbed VESTS 10 Cents 1 Hour, 2 to 3 Black Sateen Petticoats . . Worth 75c 9(D)C 4 Hours, 2 to 6 Ladies' Ribbed Union Suits . Light Fleece Lined 2 Hours, 3 10 5 T evfra heavy Flannel Night Gowns . . . . g(Q)C Worth $1.50 $3.50 $2.50 F5nel Comforter Bath Robe Kimonos a9s a.oo ssc 1 f c 1 ROCHESTER MAN LEAVES tliis ritv sinldrnly, leaving b( hind him! up to the present tim has started an :a ! tri,.' .l,-!.ts ntiiuuntin to .",00. ! investigation. QlinnFWI Y PIFRT RFHIMD i H,.v v r.-f.-ntlv t.urchase.I an auto-! The auto asency Friday received iniuMlo of a l.ral firm, ghintf a mort- iNH'IIKSTKk. Ind.. IYIi. .'0. U':r.:r i-i part i-aynimt. ThU wm k ho. Frank IIoM-y. nian::tr of h k al it. (oinpaiiy with u well known local word from Chicago that he had at tempted to j-ell the mortgaged car there, and the First National Lank woman ami anoiner toume. .Mr. uni horo Frid.iv was comnf lleil to return branch More for Cluitr and i:r.tlt-r, j Mrs. Arthur Johnson, drove to Chi-i a check given at a tow n west of here Jru pifc.no manufacturers, has Kit 'cao. and lloxcy's failure to rcapptar' for a new tire purchased on the joy ride. It is said he has a "wife and three children in Peru, his home. 5. A. IJouslop, sales manager of the piano company, is lure today and say? that Iloxey's accounts will le adjusted. BUY IT NOW. ONE DEAD, ANOTHER DYING, AFTER QUARREL INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. 20. Marcel lus HollinKsworth, 3 8 years old, a farmer of near Augusta, is dead and his son-in-law, Cassius C. Smith, is uyins today as the result of a quarrel which ended in Smith shooting IIol hngsworth and then turning the re volver upon himself. It was said to day that Smith objected to Hollint:s worth's abuse of Mrs. .mith, his daughter, and that Smith accused his father-in-law of beint: unkind to Mrs. .Smith whenever Hollingsworth was drinkinf fc ki:mi:miii:r tjii: iioiisi:s During1 tht cold weather civr tb.t rr good, warm bidding, tiht barn, kiru treatment, an.l blanket them whti standing out-ide. south p.i:ni IIl'MANi: SOCIUT Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS