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Tl'PSDAY, MAY 11, 19 P".
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES CITY IS PLAYING BEST CARDS TODAY TD LAWD H1G Presents Statistics Showing Desirability of South Bendj Route for Dixie Highway to Fisher and Taggart. F-tijth i:ni U j.Pyir. 1jt It-st. c.r'l. t 'i.i in tin- - i!" !" lari.i the I. iit- ihe I.i- hi-'h '.;;'. She is ti.U rtainir:; th Iah Indiana ini:ni? feji.IM r., T!:ni:!;is TaU'.Mlt anI Pari J. Pi.ln-r ami tin- thr - Mi hiu.tn -m-i : t i s i n -rs. Th- .Mi- hi-, in mn ar med h h' M 1 att-r noun and wt'c t.ik n un .1 lour oi' tin- city antil the a i rival f Taj-'-Mit and Pi-lur. The 1 itt r t o u r to m- in hrtly 4 . f i" 4 o'. l'"'k ami iif in t l a 1 1 1 luinniitt' i- a tin y r.i.w i:do tin4 cil. At a. laii' ln-ii lonilit S"ith land .ill turn or all hr Ut.t and j-ta-iisiiv-s rlati to tli" two Indiana lout" .-, tu tin- i imiiii-'iiiii Tln-j Michigan nn. n ".ill .t tin- smi': time nat in tluir !i d for South Peml and v. ill show tho adanla s ui" the Wt t Mirhu'an 1 i k l'r v. Inch they are v ot Linu-. The i' l:i:.m nn in' f rs ate Louis ( (Jnim r oi ..! a in Prank Jlannlton .f Ti'ut r-c, riulin Co.--;rn- e of lla. t-:n- and William 11. Androii of (Itand Kap!d. l.ilerKttiri I'rom Smith. Mr. I"k h r's i-k ami st-v r;i I tali!"s Me i'i!'d hiuh with map--, a ;n nieniM, j i io i . t u s - and a wind'- Ih'ek of I'hotora p!. tv.llyit:.; hi inteist aiountl ari"i;s rou'is tliroirh th" souMi. A i-. n eniipti'-.; and a score I" towns and eiim.- in lMidand rnt i.iily haw pa--d resolutions itnlorsinij t:n highway. Put hae a )prop: iateil ii'iiiii'V ,ind ha'. L;onr to ok I 1 1 : ! i -link oi tin- pi-poed highway, 1 in- a..-arin.:; t h -msc I ve.s of cuasider ; I ion. Siu?r.s t, Ky.. li es made a womler f.il iid for n 'o4i it ion. It has li:.aM' up; opi iate(J l the 'oMn -. J I , M hy 1lie sfat- and '.. n)o has l-cn raised 1-y popular s u I -e ii ; 1 1 i o ii to laiild its link of the i'isie highway. K titmi iuunty, Kentucky, in which Puvimr t :i is situated. .i agreed to appro priate 1i'.imiii for the first year's work on the Iuie highway and $l...ian an lmally th. ialtr until the road meets the appro;il of the com mission. 1'ianl.Iin o mty. K titu ky. has aj propriat' d Slv.em) tor the project. I'iekett (ov.nty, Tennessee, has $."u, (iimi in Pank for the work and T.eO men now are at work hnildini: a link of th Iiie hiichway that I'iekett coun ty s'ays the eoni in is.-ion must accept. I'dedsoe county. Team .-se-. lias its Toad Ponils so,j and is i;ov putting lin n to work to Puild the I'.leds') link across the comity. Simpson county. Kentucky, has 1 '.'"'" in the hank, 5I.'M of which was raised hy su! Feriidion. Mirinn count . Kentucky'. ..ivh it is ready t meet any ri;ire inent put on it Iv the commission. Cannon cour.tv. Tenmsft. s-!s pri ate citi.ens will ladld its link of the highway and the county will maintain it. Work of 15(HKtrr. Warren county, Tennessee, has $'.,'nti in its pixie hiuhvay fund and is huildinL,' a Pixie highway link that Aili he ready for dtdieatian hy ct. .'. Rohert-'on cot "Mty, Tenne-ssec, of fers $ll.e!o and a like- amount each war until its part of the road is com idcled. The lioo.-?ers of tl:e Ind ianajudis l.a fa e tt e- 'hica pro rout", known as "The Air Pino Throui:h Indiana." have 5 in to tli.1 Indiana commissioners a l- autifullv l o.md dume of resolu tions, photographs and tT' neial in forn'.ation com rmnu that route. The hook l's hy L'e inches i '1 S!7.C Ulld lias keen put up in t;ne style. Another teaunnii , omnie came irmn uie, koo-tejs of tin- Xasp.ville. Tu 1 !;: lioma and Chattanooga fni'l", luivirn heen cone in leather and ! ant if ully illus trated and primed. Indiana came to the hat with an i tlx r h. ...: rs' exhioit tins afieinoon, nai of the M'-atlorn lioliana rout'" Ait Seymour ami .Yew Al'auv. The r ap i- 1 .". - t huiu and contains all' r- c ssarv in i or!n-i t -on co:ic.-i rani l'UI- r al read o'n'i? i ,;, jr; that end of tee staf' . h'd;a!,a trails all the other -t ile In ' ever, in the matter oi Dedication ll'an. It is xpe'-fed tkaf tin Pixie high r. a will ) i d- tl'.cafd or, mxt Thank--.ainu day. at bast that is the pre .M pk-n of the c'lintuis.-ion. The i n timr at 'k tt uin :-a on May L'a prola'd mil le-uh in a tb finite fixing t the P:x' hiL.aw.iy route. "We in':.1-; p;n tin- rmile on t!ie ma it that time." Mr. Pi.-in r s ud today. "The e,mtui: en w : 1 1 - p.-ct every. !!" to ready v. 1 1 ! i tl--ir aree- tieat". pb aU s and general itiforma- nm on that day. as ' do not expect o have 'hattar o"u-a until the route .- named." That ultimatum imau-. that Indiana .rill ha'e to -(L hu-y in ord- r to be ady wirh tin ofp,,.,- stat s. K n-.'n-ky. Ttii!!.--.,.', Caruia ami I'lor d i, when, fin- g.;.l of Chairman "'lark How. 11 ;alN at tin- 'int tanooga TO-. I 111:'. t t iTi! Ill I -i.: i n i i I " 1 n .-. . , .J Pacart linpa to take with tlnni to the ucetiug th' !'a!l e, ,u-. n il ,un e- -m-nts of all Indiana oani-s anxious f r a plan- on the Ihxie 1; i a a . REV. JOSHUA STANSFIELD TO PREACH WEDNESDAY UfV. Jo-h.u t Statevi, b, p p. of Imlianapidi- will pre. oh on Wednes d ly cetdr;i; at 7 : t r o lock in the St. Paul's Memorial M tho.l:st ppi-copal : 1: u ich. T)r. and Mrs. Sta::.;icM are visiting their son-in-law and d.euhlvr, Ir. i-ml Mr--. James P. elardiner at St. Paul'? house. I r. Stai.s'o Id d-.-rimr tlio iist 14 ;rs has been pastor of the M iil:an St. Methodi-t Ppistatpal chun !l of I ndhina pohs. uif of the best known churches m Methodism. lb will preach in St. I'.mik thurch on Wed nesday evening on the sub;t "Cate v.ay to Cod." It is exp'-cted In- will i.e Kreoti d a larue a 1 1 n bm . rolIMs NFAV COMPANY. Arti b s of incorporation for the . H. Helhr Furniture" C. ware !.b 1 for record with the o-:nty i( older T:is :! ay inorndng The pro: - d '.pttl (ock of tho ( ompanv i - .'A,li"i ami Incorporators a.r A. II. 11 Her. tte lie P. Helle,' John P J'artnmian. A. I'.iral :u:-'h and'Virl Swa.ns-'n. Tit v.i v e omp-inv is t t ' c the- pl.i-- f A . 1 1. Il lb r" in 'he on hi. t of 'Yu furiut-Jix L;.:smss cti S. Muhi-an SENT TO PENAL FARM FROM CIRCUIT COURT Alc 15. S;uh, IMraiU (iullty lo Pa-iiU !m k and I lirt to IJo rnt (o Intrt;iiii illr. Ale C. TP Soils. 1". years old. iliai.d with pas.-in a fraudulent cher k. was sentenced to the state penal farm at I'litnaiin illo. Tuesday inoruinu' h Jud-;e Punk in th" circuit court. This was the first instance of a person htin s nt to the farm from the county co uits. Sachs pleaded iruilty to the charge of pas.-utij trie (hck for o0 on the Sheiidan hotel last Nocmher. Ho was lined n'i and was sent to the farm until ::eh tim as the fine and costs should he replevincd. The defendant was recently arrest ed in the southern part of the state, where he had been in hiding. His i e cord shows a pood character and that he hael never keen in tremble be ffrc except once when he was arrest ed on a minor charge. It was be lieved that his apparently criminal propensity was due to a trace of in sanity, inasmuch as he had been born of an insane mother ami at a time when the mother was confined to an ins'in" asylum. FLOYD FIFE'S BR DENIES LARCENY CHARGE Was Arrested Upon Evidence Furnished by Joseph Smith, Now State Witness. Charles 1'ifer, L'l years old, brother of Ployd 1'ifer, convicted of the mur der of Pminanuel Fink, the lrup-4ist, was arraigned in city court Tuesday morning charged with the theft of eiht silk dresses from a freight car in the yards of the New York Central lines. The dresses were valued at j loo. Fifcr pleaded not guilty ami the can' was continued until next Thursday. I'.oiul was tixcel at $500. Fifer was arrested by Special Agent lleckathorn of the railroad company upon evidence furnisluel by Joseph Smith, who will face trial in circuit eourt soon upon charges of a similar nature. It was said Tuesday meo.ii inp that Smith, xvho is alleged te havo been a leader amonp: the panps of tho west sido. would turn state's cvhlcnco and would furnish authorities with in formation that would result in the ar rest of several other men of that por tion ef the eity. The arrest of Fifcr. Smith, and just recently of Johnnie Mihalski, is thought by the police department to have cleaned the west side; in the vicinity of the railroad yards of its car-breakers and sneak thieves. These three younp men have piven authori ties much trouble in the past few months. FINDS FOR PLAINTIFFS Mort.uacs Arc Foreclosed in Circuit Cemrt Ttiet!ay. Judgment for $ 1,4 88, alleged to be due on a note, was handed down in the circuit eourt Tuesday morning for the plaintiff in the case of Henry Parrieklow against Hilda P. Palmer and John Palmer. P. J. Clark was appointed receiver to take charge of eertain property ef the plaintiffs in the city. The court found for the plaintiff also in the case ef James A. Judie, administrator of the estate of An drew PoiiRley, apainst Frank J. Kline. The judgment was for $1, 1 r. o . r, .1 , secured by a mortgage on real t state. SELL "STOCK" IN HIGH SCHOOL TRACK TEAM The stock selling project of the high school debating club for send ing the track team to the state meet at Pnlianapolis next Saturday, was launched at a special assembly at the hiuh school Tuesday morning. Tickets bearing the inscription "I am a stockholder in the S. P. H. state track team. Dividends to be de dared Mav P". I'M'o." were placed on sale, and sold for whatever the stu dents could contribute. It is planned to raise in the neigh borhood of ? bv the sale of these tickets, which fund will be used to help defray the expenses ef a suuad of yight men, a coach and a trainer. CONGRESSMAN BARNHART TO ATTENDJPRESS DINNER Kcprv"t:Uu Accepts Invitation of Newspaper Folks for Daniels AlTair May Congrossman Henry A. Parnhart. re pre s.uitative of th- P'Uh district and a well Known editor of Rochester. Ind., will he among the notable guests at tlie Press elub dinner at the Oliver, May L'l'th. in Imnor of Src'y of the Navy Jos.'phus Paniels. In acknowl- dui'ng an invitation of the club Pep. Parnhart has written that although he and Mrs. Parnhart are planning a trip to California .luring the early sum mer, he will doubtless be aide to come to South Fend to attend the dinner. FRANKLIN CIVIC CLUB WILL MEET TONIGHT The Franklin Social Civic club will meet this ev.ning in the Kindergar ten rooms. The prcgram will consist of selections on a victr.da. a song by the audience', and a piano solo by Miss My.rs. A duet, "In Spring." will be given by the Misses Klinor Myers and laura Wagner. An ad dt.ss will be d.Iiveied by "William A. Mclnerny on "What our Legisla ture Accomplished." 1 is ussions will follow. precealing a social hour, children accompanying their parents will ho taken tare of in Poom Ono. All ladies interested in the basketball team .ire asked to attend. ru.rs PAKTITIOV M IT. A'-lion was t rouht in the superior court Tuesdav morning by Thorna F. Madden i n which Pert Megan and others were made defendants for the purpe.se of securing the partition of u house ami lot located in it;.. OFI'K 'i:i:s .() TO PFTHOIT. John P. Kuespert. e hief of .1 te c- tives. an. so rgt. of police Martin Zgo.lzinski bit for Detroit Tuesday afternoon to testily in n darr.ntre suit against the X w York Vntral ,ail load. P was not staled hc-iv long tlu,y would be gone Pom ' t1 city. OTHER "JITNEY" ACCIDENT RESULTS IN SUIT Luclla ItifHf Sue IJiulgrcn A. Iluh haid Tor .N."i.OOj for Alleged IVrxHiul Injuries. Tlie" first suit fer damages for per sonal injuries due to the operation of "jitney" buses in South Pend was filed in the superior court Tuesday morn ing when Puella Kifllo brought aotioti against Pindgrcn - Hubbard te re ce.ver $r..oH.. it is alleged by the plaintiff that she was permanently in jured in an auto aceide nt on May 6 at Pincoln way W. and Howard a v. She is represented by Jelllson & Jellison. Accoreling to the complaint in the suit the elcfendants have been operat ing a lino of "jitney" buses in this city for seee'ral weeks and on. the elate in epuestion the driver ef one of the cars, Lindgren, invited the plaintiff to be come a passenger on the bus oper ating on Pineedn way W. It is al-le-gred that when the bus approached Howard av. it was Leing run careless ly at a rate of .".0 miles an hour and that ne warning was sounded when the crossing was reached. The plaintiff charges that the driver of the "jitney" lus made,- no attempt to avoid a large car which reached the crossing at the same time on Howard a v. She says that a collision re.su lteel and that she was thrown eut on the pavement and was hurt both externally an.l internally. She says that some of her injuries are- perma nent so that she will never be able to support herself and her four children as she had been doing. ADJOURNS SUPERIOR . COURT UNTIL MONDAY May Term Will He Convened With Light Pocket Petit Jury Will . lie Called On May 21. The superior court lias been ad journed until Monday, May 17, when the May term will be- convened. The docket for the May term is light, tluc largely to the fact that an unusually large number of dlverce cases and old civil cases have been disposed of dur ing the last term. " The petit jury will be callcel on Monday, May '2 1 . w hen the criminal cases will be taken up. The me-mbers of the petit jury are: Fdward F. Moehel, Madison township; Henry P. Pinehart, Olive; David S. brown, Portage; Claud D. Ullcry. Clay; Chanes il. Swisenbaugh, Lincoln; John A. Sheneman, Liberty; Harvey 1). Mull, Pinjoln; Henry (J. Hamblitzel, Piberty; J. Arthur Stroup, Warren; Charles W. Petrick, German; August I'rnest, Penn, and Andrew Gintcr, Olive. POST K. MEMBERS WILL ATTEND STATE MEETING Post K, the local branch of the Travelers Protective association, will not make any attempt to land the 1916 state convention. This was an nounced today on the eve of the de parture of the local delegation to the convention at Indianapolis. It was stated that the local post will not make a hid because it would not be in a position to entertain the convention if it secured it. No place in South Pend is large enough to house all the elelegates at one timu, it was said, anel tho annual banejuet would be out of the question fer the same reason. Those from here who will attend the convention at Inelianapolis the last three days ef this week are as follows: Mr. anel Mrs. O. F. Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kaufer. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sponholz. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. A. I-:. Peltz. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Kline. Thad Keller and S. S. Jones. MILLER WILL DISPOSES OF $2000 ESTATE Instrument Dated Sept. It), UU5, Loaves property to Daughter, i:liahcth A. Uremnliedd. An estate ef an appre-ximato value of $!:;, 000 is disposed of bv the terms of the will of Martha A. Miller which was entered for probate Tuesday morning. Hlizabeth A. Urowntield. a daughter, qualified as executrix. The will is dated April 17. 1S90, and is signed by James S. Alward and Delle M. Alward, as witnesses. A eodieil is dated Sept. fJ, 100j, and is signed by Pucius Hubbard, A. P. Hubbard and Harriet A. Xies a-s witnesses. The property was left to the husband by tho terms of the will. The codicil leaves it to the daughter. WILLIAM ST. ASSESSMENT HEARING THIS EVENING Tho hearing: on the assessment roll for the epening of William st. will be held in the council chambers of the city hall Tuesday night. Some l.tPir. notices of assessment were sent out and since there are between l.SOO and L'.OOO pieces of property affected it is expected that a large crowd will bo present. The board of public works Tuesday morning ordered that P incandescent lights be placed on Jefferson blvd. from Pddy st. to Jacob st. This was said to be in accordance with the de sire of the residents ef the east side to beautify the boulevard, especially in the' vicinity of Sunnyside. POLICEWOMAN SEEKING A HOME FOR FOUNDLING "May," the little girl found on a neighbor's doorstep by Mrs. Fred Teuscher, .".P" W. Monroe st.. Sunday night, is being kept at the Teuscher lumie for the time being. Mrs. Min nie Hvans, city policewoman, is en eleavoring to locate a suitable homo for the babe, but as yet has found none. The Teus( hers gae the child the name. "Max." according to Mrs Teuscher. he-cause it came to them in the month ef may. STATE DEPARTMENT GETS TESTIMONY OF CAPTAIN WASHINGTON. May 1 P The tes timony of Capt. Smith of the Amer ican tank steamer, ("Jul flight, as t the torpedoing of his vessel off the Scilly ! islands 10 days ago by a CJerman sub marine. wa.- received at the state de partment today. Sec y of State Pryan announced. The secretary aPo stated that he has a message from Ambassador Gerarel in Berlin, which h woubl lay before the president. He intimated I that the message dealt with the Gulf I light e ase. n is unuersioo.j tnai maa? s ens pat, h from Perlin transmits the re port of the commander of the Ger man submarine which sink the Gulf-li-ht. J. NEW STATE DEPUTY Knights of Columbus in Session at Notre Dame Elect State Officers Tuesday. New state edficcrs fr the Knights of Columbus were elected at the meet ing of the state convention held Tues day forenoon at Washington hall. Notre Dame. The edlicers arc: J. Madison Walsh, Washington, Ind., Mate deputy; John P. O'Donnell, Ploomington. advocate; James M. Hirsch. Pendleton, treasurer; Charles P. Cannon, Peru, see rotary, and D. Schmidt. Decatur, warden. With the exception ef the treasurer and the secretary, the officers are now. The following delegates were elect ed to represent the state at the na tional convention to be convened at Seattle, Wash., on tho second Tuesday in August: P. S. Picke ns. Notre Dame; Michael McGee-, Indianapolis; Edward Pemmert, Fort Wayne, and Pev. M. W. Pyons, Pushviile. There was a full attendance at the meeting Tuesday, there being two elelegates from eaeii f the oo coun cils in the state. Following tho fore noon session, which wa adjourned at 1 o'cleck and which was given up to the transaction of routine busi ness, dinner was served at Pronson hall. A sightseeing trip was enjoyed over the" Notre Dame grounels after the dinner anel then another busi ness session was entered upon. It was expected that the business of the convention would be over by o'clock. At 8:o0 o'clock this evening a re ception and dance will be given by tho South Pend lodge at American hall. The committees in charge of the work arc: Credentials Martin J. Mylott, Decatur; August Andre, Hartford City; James Mctirady, New Castle; J. W. Muldoon, Whiting; J. W. Walker, Pedford. Pesolutions J. P. O'Donnell, Ploomington; W. W. Welsh. Peru; F. J. Pakcr, Prookville; Pdward J. Phr man. Fort Wayne; O. J. Fcltz, Vin cennes. Mileage C. H. Meyer, Alexandria; James Pyan. Muncie; Ptiwarel P. Schroer, Indianapolis; C. C. Vanhoy, Loogooteo; Henry Keller. Madison. Auditing W. F. Hanky, Petgans port; M. J. Fcrrell, New Albany; Lemuel Shipman, Fowler. Press Louis W. MeGann, South Pend; Karl S. Dickens, Notre Dame; Thomas H. Ford. Connersville; Frank X. Gartland, Marion. The local committee consists of L. W. M.cGann, M. F. Calnon, John Hiss, J. .S. Smith and P. S. Dickens. SPEEDER JDRAWS FINE Was Warned by Olliceis Uut Is Al leged to I la ao Persisted. Morris Schielschitpo of Mishawaka was fined $r and eosts in city court Tuesday morning because he was al leged to have driven a motorcycle on Lincoln way P. at the rate ef 4 5 miles an hour. Charges were filed by Sergt. of Detectives Parnhart and Patrolman Isackson, w ho trailed him in the largo police touring car. They declared that they stopped him and warned him not to violate the speed laws and. that he paid no attention. MAN IS BOUND OVER Was Alleged to Have Ueen Member of Trio Who Heat (Joshen Man. James McNamara, 32 4 S. St. Louis St., alleged member of the gang of three men who recently attacked Henry Culp ef Goshen in Howard park, was arraigned in city court Tuesday morning and was bound over to the circuit court grand jury under bond ef $-00. His two eompaniems were bounel over several elays ago, at which time McNamara was out of the city. LOOK FOR ELKHART LAD loy 11 Years Old Lcacs Home and Is Not Heard from. The local police department has been asked to assist in the search for Clifford Miller, 14 years old, of Elkhart. Young Miller left his home Monday at noon anel has not been heard from since. He had no money and was e-lad in every elay clothes with canvas shoes. The Plkhart sher iff has notified the South Pend police department that Miller was thought to have conic to South Pend. REPORTS STOLEN TOOLS Front Itase-inent Door I'scel by Thictes to Filter shop Monday. William J. Neidhardt, 111 P. Jeffer son blvd.. reported to the poliee de partment that some time Sunday or Monday night thieves broke into his shoo anil took away several valuable tools. Mr. Neidhardt stated that it must have been the work of men far miliar with tho plaee. as outran e was gained through a front door of the basement. M A It HI At. i : PIC i:sf.s. Clarence Campbell, i': years old, farmer, Walkerton; Helen Marie Steinbach. 21 ears old. Walkerton. Fremont McAlexander; Eisle Mikel. Henry II. Pmnions. years old. engrarr; Gertrude Kngle. 21 years old. Fred W. Spromberg. 2'1'- years old. plumber; Marv Ste inkohl. 2 1 years old. Wesley A. Walter. 21 years old. op erator: Fugene M. Tyco, IS years edd. st enogra pher. George Ycrcoe. 2: yenis old. Up holsterer: Fottie Warrick. 2"- years old. dressmaker. Aloysius J. Sohindler. :: 4 years old. insurance--: Pauline Kamm. 4 years old. Mishawaka. TAKF.S CHANG F, OF YHXFF. A change of venue from the circuit court to the superior court was taken Tuesday morning in tin- case of Pcu I on Fink, charged w ith s lling liquor illegally fiom his drug store. SAYS JFPGMHXT IS rVPAIP. Arthur P. Prummitt and others brought suit in the superior court against Thomas Van Pusn Tuesday morning to eolbrr jp'.P' allezed to br due en a judgment of the justice court handed b-wn in In". iTrv NEWS-TIMES WANT AD. Ready Made Awnings All ready to put up, made in striped waterproof duck, with heavy steel frame. Sizes 2r, 3, 3j.'t 4 ti. All at h& one price ey 1 UsJ a. n. li) May Sale-of COLONIAL DRAPERY FABRICS With the idea of usinsr the same designs and coiorinp;S throughout the room for the draperies, pillows, furniture covers and other bedroom accessories Special May Sale At I2y2c, 15c, 25c to 75c yard. Beautiful colors and combina tions in Coventry Cloths, Ox ford Taffetas, Versailles, Etonia Chintz, Shadow Silks, Venetian Tapestries, all in the most har monizing shades. CURTAIN MATERIALS 38 and 40-inch Marquisette at 19c 40-inch Voiles, white, ivorv, at 10c. Dotted Swisses at 10c to 25c yard. Scotch Madras at 10c lo 35c yard. Curtain Nets at 19c, 22c, 30c and 45c NEW SILKOLINES For Window Drapes Beautiful effects at little cost can be made in your bedrooms with these fabrics; new de signs, rich in colorings to har monize with any furnishings, At 10c and 12!2c yard n am tj fcw Great Shoe Bargains For Men Ladies and Children M tafflw f 8 $1 .95, for tomorrow and Thursday N TWENTY DOZEN new Panamas in two lots Tomorrow and Wednesday you may take your pick of the S2.95 Hats at . M Any of the high grade these two days c 1 Cholc; selection of Children's Trimmed and UntrinimeJ H;its I and Caps wenderful values at from 10c to E 3C t r ' m Curtain and Drapery Section. Fine Lace Curtains Irish Point The Most Desired Curtains on Sale Tomorrow at $2.98 300 pairs offered in 40 new designs over the tinest quallitv nets, in white, ivory and beige; a wonderful assortment that are worth almost double this price. OTHER CURTAIN OFFERINGS Nottingham Lace Curtains 4Sc to $1.98. VOILES at $1.39 with V insertion and hemmed in cream, white and ecru. VOILES AT $1.50 2T5-inch insertion, l-inch lace edge; 2I-inch outside banding with -;.;-inch lace edge. Marquisette Curtains at $1.39, $1.98 and $2.50 W ith silk hemstitch, in white and ecru with 2-inch linen lace insertion and 2-inch hem, with 3-inch insertion and 1-inch lace edging. FRENCH CABLE NET CURTAINS At 3.50, 5.00 braS CIuny Lacc and At 5.50 Curtains made to order, PORCH CUSHIONS Heavy Cretonne Cover felted cot ton stuffed, 50c and 75c PORCH KQp PILLOWS . J 31 1219-221 SO. IIIClfIg3AIj5T j In Conjunction With Independent Store Big HOB u u u u 1,000 Un trimmed Shapes in Milans and Milan hemp black, white, blue, purple, sand and other popular shades. We have decided that the lot must go quick. They are mostly Sailor shapes, easily worth up GJW & eiiiCliiiPLC3 $2.95 the other $4.95 AND S4.95 Panamas U TI 5 IT TT iiiioreos oais Bamboo Curtains For porches, linisheJ in cjeen Basswood Curtains Wide slat-, 6x6 t- (7 f A oxio, irreen. brown. . OS With Clunv Lace Insertion and Ed- w o ing, each 2 inches wide. any size or materials. SUNFAST PORTIERES In all new designs, light or dark colors, at $2.25 to $4.50. New Sunfast Draperies Rich designs, 36-inch at 48c yard; also a new Sunfast cloth the Burmese Cloth at 59c yard rose, green, blue and natural colors; 50 inches wide. Take Elevator and Save Dollars J Mn nt.i u to one lot is worth $1.55 $2.95 r 95c