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MOND.W. MAY 21, 101.1.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES JACK COKEa F01ER LOCAL M. Ill JAIL Dancing Instructor Faces Trial for Alleged Swindle in Detroit. Chirzrd vith the nbtainin of '.'O unrk-r false ir tcn.- s fioru a Detroit woman throu-h a patent wiixllc. Jack Coker. ; 1 i.i Jack Ward, former dancing i r.strurtor f h'oath Herat aii'I other Indiana titles, is lnld in ;t Marshall. lUieh.. jail, awaiting trial lor his allep:'-d rrime. (Joker was ar rested at a Detmlt hotel with a wom an other than his wife. It is said, upon a warrant sworn cat by T. llub Lard, at pret.nt t-rin a term in Jackson. Mieh. Cokcr was alleged to have followed everal orrupatioi.s whih- in Detroit, ;:non;' iheni tho- of dancing master, palmist. i-ehic m er and piano in structor. While in South Hend the last time t'oker had a dancing studio In th J. M. S. huildin.'. where hi afternoon danein- l as. s were popu lar amontc the younger set. Anions hi Pupils whll in South Hend vc re children of the most prominent local families. Coktr was alleged to have hen in j-'outh P.rnil 1- years ai;o, at whhh time he had rooms in tin oliwr hotel. At thattimc he was a palmist and hi clients were from the social class of the rity. He left South Hend several weeks flo after it was alleged he had been ordered from a local apartment luiild intf because of disorderly conduct. DISMISSES CASES FOR LACK 0FPR0SECUTI0N Scvrral Divorce C'a-cs and Oilier Qll Suits. Are Stricken from l itciiit Court Docket. TViur 'J.Uoreo cases were distnis-rd fron: the circuit eo:rt docket Monday inornh. for ';ic'; of prosecution. The cases had been on the docket for five terms of the court. The cases were those of: I V 'n Miek ri,'ainst t.MifTonl Click; Kate Kloska against Thomas Kloska; Deriha L. Kerr against Hub ert J. Kerr and Mliz-thcth Dudleston Jiiraii.st zia.i Duddh ston. The follow ir?; otiier civil cases were also stricken from the docket for lack of proscciit ion during Iiv consecutive lernm: South Hend Manufacturing Co. against the Stephenson Cnderwear Mills Co. ; John Lola acainst Steve llozanski: Joseph K. Kaley and others jiirainst Charles A. Wayne; Andrew 'h(prls against Peter Ipe and others; Phillip Hubin against Perfect P.iscuit Co.; Provident Co. against Wil liam L. Ki'llar; Provident Ian Co. aain Clara C.erhardt; Chloo l'ritch ard against Ora J. Dixon. SOUTH BENDERS HEAR POET BROOKES WINS BOTH HEART AND PRIZE L. Clarence Hall, the artist, has just received word from his friend, Fred Kmcrson Hrookes, the California poet-humorist, announcing his mar riaKo of recent date. Mr Hrookc's many friends in this city and Mishawaka will lie pleased to know that his poem. "California" has been selected at the Panama-Pacific exposition's oflicial poem. A poem of So stanzas entitled "The Crave Digger." a copy of which in manuscript form has just been re ceived by Mr. Hall, promises to lc : c-me one of Mr. Hrookc's most popular poems and w ill, shortly appear in con nection with a group of his latest erses. Mr. Hrookes Is remembered most pleasantly by South Hend people who had the pleasure of hearing him on three- occasions where he read selections from his books before the Knifo and Fork club where he was the principal entertainer on each occasion. WALTER KIRBY SUFFERS BROKEN LEG WHEN AUTO CRASHES INTO WINDOW Walter Kirby, former high school ithb.te. who is now attending Chicago university, was severely injured Sun day evening in an automobile accident. He Is now in a critical condition in a Chicago hospital with his left leg broken in four places and the liga ments in his knee badly torn. Word :!' the accident was received ly South Hend friends of the young man Mon day mornir.'-r. Walter Kirby with his brother. Cyril. wtp on one of the downtown streets rf the city when an auto truck coni ng at hitrh Fpeed struck an electric machine, throwing it across the side walk and Into a store front. Kirby was struck and his leg broken. He whs removed immediately to a hospital. DEATHS sti:vi:v v.itD jack so: v. Steen Ward Jackson. 0 years old. died Friday night at Moose Jaw. Canada, alter an illness of pneumonia. The body will ar rie in South Hend Tuesday when it will b taken to the home of his s'jn, C H. Jackson. 713 Allen st.. where funeral services will be held Wednesday a Iter noon. Mr. Jaekson was horn In Plymouth. For 15 years he- lived in South Hend and moved to Plymouth. From Plym outh he; went to Canada where he live.d the past nine years. Surviving him are his wife, his son. CJ. H. Jack-on. and two half brothers, I. N. and ojhn CI. Plant of South Hend. IIAKRY IIAMCKI. Harry Hanicki, 10 years old, son of Mrs. Magdalena Hanicki. S13 S. Walnut St.. died Saturday afternoon after a short illness. Funeral ser vices will he held at :o( o'clock Tuesday morning at St. Casimir's church. Father Cruza otliciating. Harial will bo in the St. Joseph cemetery. OLCA I'VONT.Yl. oh a Pyongyi, nine months old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ol'o Pyongyi. 67 X. Studebaker st., died at 1 1 : 30 o'clock Sunday morning, following an Illness f two weeks. Funeral services will lie held at 2 o'clock Tuesday after noon at the residence of his parents, and at ?, o'clock at the Hungarian Presbyterian church. Kev. Hcla Her tok otticiating. Burial will bo In tho cay cemetery. KAICA. years old, wife Pagin St.. died o'clock at the MILS. MAKV Mrs. Mary Kara. T3 of Andrew Kant, 2 2 'J Saturday night at X Fpworth hospital, following a short illness-. Besides her husband, she is survived by four daughters. Mrs. An drew Kenya. Mrs. Steve Vucskis, Anna and Julia Kara, all of South Bend. Mrs. Kara has lived here 13 years, coming from Hungary. Funeral services will bo held Tues day morning at ; o'clock at St. Ste phen's church. Rev. Father Varlaky otliciating. Burial will be in Cedar drove cemetery. COMMISSIONERS PLAN MORE ROAD IMPROVEMENT County Oflicials Circuit Petition or lloidcnts for Highways in Madbmi Townslilp. Tho county commissioners this aft ernoon made a visit of inspection to tho X. Michigan st. bridge. At their morning session they granted the pe tition of Alex (Iroso and others and of John Anthony to have highways Im proved in Madison township. Hender son MeClellan was appointed engineer to take eharge of the work and K. Byrkett and K. Pfeiffcr were appoint ed as reviewers to report not later than Juno 30. Joseph Wolf was awarded tho con tract to paint tho exterior of tho coun ty asylum. His bid of $438 was tho only bid received. At the request of a representative of the colored order of Knights of Pythias tho commissioners granted permission for that body to hold their grand Iodide sessions in the circuit and superior court rooms during tho grand lodge convention on July 27-29. GROTTO CEREMONIAL AT CHICAGO WEDNESDAY Local Candidates and Members to JIako Trip in Special Car Over Lake Shore. Between i and ."0 members of tho Avalon Grotto expect to attend the Grotto ceremonial in Medina temple at Chicago Wednesday night, plans being made to make the trip in a special car. Candidates from Elkhart, Mishawaka and Dowagiac. Mich., are also expect ing to o. Five hundred men will take the. degree at Chicago. The South Hend car will leave at 2:!f Wednesday afternoon over the Lake Shore. A special car from Elk hart will alro make the trip. The prrt.v will leave Chicago on the return trip Thursday morning. SENTENCES FRANK GRAY Man Charged With Issuing Fraudu lent Check Pleads Gillty. Frank W. Gray, charged -vith Is suing a fraudulent check, leaded guilty in circuit court Monday morning and was fined $100 t?nd sentenced to sen e from one to five years in the state prison The defendant wan formerly an automobile salesman and it was earlv in Aerii that he issued a bogus check tor S6C-0 on the Mishawaka Trust and Savings Co. The case was taken up last Friday with Sam Schwartz in char"rt cf the prosecu tion. Gray at iirst pleaOtd not guilty. Grocery Bargains for Tuesday and Wednesday 10V Bottle LMiiu or anila tract lie 1 0 h. of SLT.Alt. with COr $1 oitlcr or over Uyrm' UK Package Corn I lake Ce 10.- Can II rshcy's Q c ',ki a O- 10c an Miivl Q Corn fSC 0 Can ILitrh .Line Pea- ' 1V Can I laker IJcan-for ie- Package Ulled On Oat Tall Can Kcd Sijlinon 1 Cn 8c 8c - Can- SnUicr's Toniau 1 NMI) XU- I loc. San blight "1 Cp Matrho, ly"- :l . l,a-U.iire Washing 1 ) r Powdir U ." 11-. Argo Start li 1 Mf for Y? 7 Par- Ghw- or Santa O Q rlall- Snip LS 10c Can Pumpkin 0 for QC lilt Can lloniltty Q for QC Ke Can Kidney Peaus for OC Can sjnip Q for OC 1(H Fan Calumet lliiking Q hnuler O1- ,0e (Jratle I'neolored Japan Q'r T'a. imuiik! O' Hrail Hraml C'ofTiv. 1 pound Xcl (ioiui Cofr"C. special. 97c pound "A Fanev California lemons 1 Qf lo7m White lichlgan Potanx, CSn I bushel O" :; HolU Toilet Paier JQC i CYCLE DITCHED. ESCAPES NARROWLY John Chidester Unconscious Eight Hours After Accident Woman Is Injured. John Chidester. 913 Cleveland av., and Mr?. Worm of (iransrer. were injured in two motorcycle accidents Sunday nlg"ht. Chidester is confined at Kpworth hospital with Fcrious injuries ahout the head and shoulders and Mrs. Worm is .sufferinpr from internal injuries at her home in Grang-er. Chidester was the tirst victim. He va returning- from a pleasure trip to Import e on a motorcycle, and was said to have heen travclintr at a rate of 5o miles an hour alonpr the ('rums town road. His machine swerved into th ditch when he lost control and skidded over an embankment Chides ter was hurled several feet away, striking- tho ground upon his head and shoulders. He did not regain con sciousness until - o'clock Monday morning. Authorities at tho hospital said that Chidester was not injured fatally and would recover from the effects of his experience in a few days. He was riding a motorcycle the property of William F. Wasner, 1401 Lincoln way W., his employer. Ho started from South I'end with a man named Pear son, who returned from laporte hy rail. Mrs. Worm was riding with her son William Worm in a hiiffcry ahout four miles out on the Ldwardsburpr road. A motorcycle with a sidecar attach ment started to go around them, when tho horse frightened and turned the buppy completely over. Worm was injured only slightly, hut he reported to the police- that his mother was seriously injured internally. The num ber of the moiorcvele was not obtain ed. The Chidester accident occurred at 6 o'clock and the other but an hour later. The police ambulance took Chidester to the hospital. I. AND M. COMPANY TO ASK FOR BOND ISSUANCE Would Sell 2L" r0-Yrai rive Per Cent (old Ilonds for Improvements and Intensions to Property. Mayor Fred Keller has received from Charles 13. Calvert, secretary of the Indiana & Michigan Electric Co., an announcement that that company has petitioned the Indiana public service commission for the issuance of $215,000 in tirst mortfjase. "0 ycar, five per cent pold bonds. The commission, according to the an nouncement, will hear the petition of the electric company May 2S. According to the copy of the petition filed with the mayor, the bond Issuance is to cover the expense of recent extensions made by the company Improvements and attain ment! of property prior to and after July 1, 1914. The outstanding bonds of the company at present, the peti tion states, amount to $5,2.4.000. The bond issuance will cover expense and other expenditures for several years back. NEW YORK INTERESTED IN MICHIGAN-ERIE CANAL, SAYS MILLIS Tres't Richard Klbel of the park board has received a letter from Col. John Millis of tho United States Canal lie view board to the effect that a meeting was held last week by the New York chamber of commerce, at which the proposed Michigan-Erie canal was discussed. The purpose of the meeting was to set the views of the commercial and transportation men of the east upon the proposed waterway and it is possible that an other meeting of the same nature may be held in Chicago with a similar purpose.- Col. Millis letter was encour aging in its tone regarding prospects for the canal which may pass through South Bend, two routes hav ing been mapped out, one by way of Fort Wayne and tho other through this city. The engineers who have been working on the project, expect to report to the board of review within a short time. H0WATH AND K0VACH ARE PLACED ON TRIAL Case of .Men Charged With Assault and Mattery on Kalmau Vinko Up in .Superior Court. John Howath and John Kovach were placed on trial Monday morning in the superior court charged with as sault and battery with intent to kill Kalman Vinko. It is alleged that the assault occurred on Dec. 19. 1911, when the two waited for Vinko at Tutt st. and Pra'rie av. where they attacked him as the result of an old grudge. The plaintiffs are represent ed hy George Sands and the state by Deputy Pros. Schwartz and Vitus Jones. It was sought to have the case dis missed on the grounds tha. theindict ment was not legal for the reason that it was signed by Deputy Pros. Schwartz rather than by the prosecu tor. The court overruled this motion. FIND DU VAL INSANE Use of Drills and Kcligion Said to Ilae Unhalancxnl Mind. DESIGNS BATTERY FOR SUBMARINES ft. . u; ; ': j .'' - ' - ; : : j- i - i' I -A . V--- r t J r 4.- i " a 07-; . Y I r r. : ' 7 .J 3 11 iMt V--; :'vV ::y THOMAS TKOHAS A-EDI SON, WCT OKAXOK, N. J. The Edi eon Storage Uattery works here is busy making cells for the United States submarine E-2, which is being refitted, its lead batteries having been unsatisfactory. It is also constructing storage batteries for the submarine L-8, the first government-built sub marine, which will be christened by Mrs. Sloan, daihtcr of Thomas A. Edison. FLOOD REFUGEES IN TREES Oklahoma Cloudburst IJreaks Dam Doing Much Damage. TULSA, Okla., May 2 4. A cloud burst between Tulsa and Osage, Okla., u0 miles west of here, accom panying a terrific wind storm this morning resulted in great damage to crops., live stock, oil fields and rail roads. The big dam at Sand Springs Park, eight miles west of lu re, broke and the entire country between Sand Springs and the Arkansas river was covered with water. The Katy tracks were washed out. In a low part of Tuba the water flooded the houses and refugees were isolated in tree tops for several hours. INTERCEDE FOR FRANK Chicago Women Send Telegrams to Pardon lioard. CHICAGO. May 2 4. One hundred women, representing local women's organizations, will send night letter telegrams to the pardon board of Georgia next Sunday asking favorable consideration of the eas-e of Leo M. Frank, who is under sentence of death for the murder of .V;ny Pha pan, a factory girl. The pi-; a was de cided upon lit a meeting f women which was addressed by pi rick II. O'Donnell. who is heading tic move ment in Chicago to bring about a commutation of Frank's sentence. The board of pard ns meets ore week from today. "LITTLE ITALY" 13 FIRED Chicago Di-drict Expects 10,0(10 Soldiers. to Send CHICAGO, May 2 4. War-like en thusiasm and patriotic fervor today fired the hearts of 2.".nQ0 residents of 'little Italy" In Chicago. A total of 10,000 Italians of Chicago are expect ed to enlist in their native army and go back home to fight against Austria. Throughout the district in which the Italians live, today there were sev eral 'patriotic demonstrations. Fni for - bands paraded the streets, playing tho Italian national air. Crowds of gaily decked men. women, boys and girls followed them cheering wildly. Preparations were made at the Ital ian consulate to handle the enlist ments of all Italians who desire to join the army. TWO FATALLY SHOT. PITTSBURGH. May 21. Mrs. An irelo Pozono vv;is shot and instantly killed and her daughter, Angelina, years old, was f;i tally shot here today by an unidentified man who escaped. No motive is known for the murder. MARKETS Charles PuVal, tr. years old. ;5f7 s. St. Fcter st., has been adjudged in sane by a commission in Justice Wypiszyr.j&i's court. It was found that DuVal's mind had become un balanced over religion and ths.t h believed himself to be the only true interpreter of the BiMe. Witnesses said that at one time the man had been ii us r f drugs. He is now be ing Iv; Id at the county jail. nrriwro i.ivi: tock. CAST I'd .ri'Al.n. N. V . M. v 1. -FATTLL KiHvipts." ::... lic.: l. Mark. t. intivc nrid h;mi1.v: jiruif sii'dN, $vi ."'- V.(hv. s!ii;i;ing t.r-r-;. ST.?-".- vo ; l.utt h.-r gr i.les. .7.of s.;-, ; lu-if, r. S'i.oo'i :2 ; -. Sa.r.o'if 7. ; i.nii. s. if r. 7.2.". ' CALVPS-Ken ints. 2.11M l.. ."l. .Mirket. i lisrht and steady ; mil t !:-!. 0, $t r0i. siii:i:p and la.mp.s ib . ipt, c, inn l.nl. Mark' t. :i tic: choi. . r 1 T : mil x- f dr. ST.' !.: tnK.'.i. -t'.iM'jt. s.",.on'.; s.r,a. lln,S - !:.hv 1.7ca: m.-irk f. ri'-rlv Yorkcri. 7.T".'.; 7..", ; i-:tr. "7. "'; 7.7-" tni-d. S7.s"i; i:c.ny. .T.7"': 7-" ; r.-uhs s).2.V.i10.: st..L'-. $7 ' : varlhitf. Are You Interested In crocheting;, embroidery, tatting, knitting and fancy art needlework. We want vou to meet Our New Instructor Tomorrow, and join her free classes in art needle- 5 work. TT3 T7 M0 berison Coo Deaun A. fill Silk s for the June Tomorrow we are offering unusual values in fine texture silks, strictly high grade qualities at unusual low prices. 36-inch Lustre Poplins and Mess alines at 59c, 65c and 85c 40-inch Handsome Crepe de Chines at $1.10 and $1.15. 36-inch Taffeta and Gros de Londres at $1.50 yard. 40-inch Satin Reverie, 45-inch Charmeuse at $1.50 yard. Exquisite Imported Embroideries for Confirmation and Gradu ating Dresses Bride We are especially anxious you should inspect our fine assortment of patterns of Sheer Organdies, Swisses, Voiles, and Rice Cloths 1 8-inch at 35c, 50c and $1.00 27-inch at 50c, $1.00 and $1.25 Also 18-inch Allover Swisses at 50c, 75c and $1.00 Special Sale Tomorrow, beautiful designs in Lace Allovers, Fillets, Shadow and Nets Especially adapted for the much desired waists and sleeves; in white, cream and black; remarkable values $1.00, $1.50 and $1.75 yard dtN-ks : ianrkot. dull; lower. Trlmo weth ers. . 7.. ".".';;. 7. : tro.l mixed, $7.00 7.."n"; f.tir l.iixf.l, .'."' H.bZ: culls ami common, -:,.nr,i 4..M: l.uni.s, $7.U0210.(K; spring ll();s lictVits, 4." double docks: mar ket, 1 nver. I'rime hiTivy hops, $7.i)j; me ditni!. ?7.0."; lie.ivr yorkers, $7.t"; llpht yorke;-s. $7.7,"; 7. ; idps. .S7.r.O'r?7.l ; roughs, ..00'' '.); st;i?s, $o.lR)(io.o0 ; lieavy mixed, $7.'..". CHICAGO GIULV. ritKWCiO. May '21. OPENING. WIIKAT-May, l..": July. $1.2tTSi to ii: s.'it., .ll to fnliX July, 751; to c; Sept., 7(Hi ' OATS Mny. .r,; July, to 50 ; sir.. i.". to 4i7;e. poUK'.Tulv, $1.01; Sept., ?lS.r.0. L. K I Sej-t.. "0.07. Kir.S -.Iulv. SU..V; Sept.. ?10.2. riiM?.;o. M iy !. TLOSK : WIIKAT May, HW, July, ?l.C0i; Sept.. -l.20l. Co UN May. HV'l July, TfPic; Sept., 7'.'',s';; r'c o.vrs-M.iv, ri 1 4 c ; July, wiff; Sept.. H&ftl.V. e I'oiiK May, .177; July, 'flS.n; Sept., 51.47. LA III May, ?'. 72; July, $f.Sor.S7; St r.. sio.no. i:ii:s Mjv. S10.40; July, $10.WVf7.02; Sept., i).or.b7. Chicago Livr.sToriv. UNION STO'K YAUOS, 111.. May 21. HDIJS-Itecelpis, i2,(X-0; n arket, slow. r,r,tHi- lower; mixed find lut"!iers. 5;7.r',fv?r 7.v.". : e,,(l lieavy. $7.CVd 7..V ; rouh heavy, '7.ttri7.20: lltrh't. $7.:iVl 7.C" ; pi?s, 3.7oW 7J.".; !ulk. $7.4"-r,0. CLVTTLK IteeHpts 20.000 head; market, steady and KV lower: beeves, $v,.i0; cows and hHfers, S".2."i .(Vi; Texnns, 0.2."ff7 ;."(); waives. $d..vf SHl;!:! INelpts. s.(ko head; market, stron sr. KV hlpher; native and western, ?7.4(s.rii: l.unhs. .lo'ii 120; spring lanilr, Ss.Ooill'.W. SOUTH BEND MARKETS rOl'LTUY AND MKATS. (Corrected Ially by Jimmie's Market, 123 W. Jefferson Hlvd.) POULTRY ravin- 14' :,. selling 2-V. Vi:AI Paying VI. felllnc 2.V. IlKi:r linnst 2."., boiling 12, porterhouse S0fi7 40. sirloin HAM telllntC 3S LAKDSelllnsr 1S PROVISIONS. (CorreeiiMl Dally by I". W. Mueller, 2K, L. .Ieeron Iilvcl.) FIIUIT OniiKos. p.r case ?2..T.. sellintf nt 2K.",t per doz. ; lemons per ra-e ."), selling at o(Kf4V per doz. ; bananas per bunch S1.7.". sellir:c at "2.V per doz. Vj:(;i7rAI5LKS-'abbap:e, paying 2' per lb., scllinq- at 4e per lb.; potatoes, pa vine: ."". selling at .'Vw. IIUTTKK AND K(X'rS Country butter, payincr -UUi '.'a s'lliiitr 'J'fn .'Cx : crea ni-ry butter, payinj: 2s. pellin .".'; etr. strb tly fresh, paying is selling 22 si:kds. (Corrected Dailv bv Warner Hro. heed Store. Ill K. Wayne St.) TIMOTHY Z.r,(V,i 4 per bu. i:KI ('I.(Vi:i:-.7fi;: per bu. ALFALl'A-lO.oOrall per bu. AISIKL CLOVLK ?'.KI10 per bu. hay. stilwv AM) ri:i.i. l('orrtnl Daily hy tlt Ytley f i II-r 1 lour and I'tnl Co.. 420 S. Michigan t. HAY Paying $1214. ilimr at .M'.vflv STItAW Paying 7S s-t-1 11: at and "0 per bale. COKN- Pavin- 7."., solHii- at sTiY-. OATS Paylnp ."..". selling ;2i;W-. cl.oi;i: si;i:n l'iivii:;' .. k. -wins ALSIKL CLoVLi: -Selling at Sl. TIMOTHY Selliiiff at ?1. ALUALUA Mtntana prown, s'lling at I lock ami i j:i:i. (Corrected Dally by Knohlock and Glnr. Hdraolir Av.) WIIILVT Pavintr $1.4.". por bu. lATS Parlns: .V, per bu.. selling 'ORN Paying- 7"c per tu., so'.liii KYI Paj-lnp $1. I.IYII STOCK. (Correctel Daily by Major Dm. S. Logan St.) IIUAYY PAT S i I II" Its -Pair to p 1 0 f'f1-... prlino if r 7". Hons-n;o li, s. up. S7S7.2-". LVMIIS Live P 2',j M ... ; ' dre.-s.'.l l"17o. TALLOW AND HIDPS. (Corrected Dailv by S. Y . Lippman, 210 N. laln t.) TALLOW K.uiffli 2''Z.'t; rendered, No. 1, 41C. : No. 2. :fi ic HllUiS XJncn. o. l. Ufal ralff ski:i iQfn.v. TOO I.ATK TO ( LASII Y. LOST -Saturday p. m. fetweii 7 ar.d c::.0 small bil!loo)i either at ptnffi.-e. IJrnn-do:i-I ojrrell. Nobjies. or Surprise T'i'Mtcr. Kinder return to News-Times. It. -ward. ianm-JJiiimn m (I Fo. $25.00 Coats Fuesday . o . i The Greatest Purchase and Sale of High Grade we ever made Coats Silk Poplin Coats Taffeta Silk Coas Chadda Cloth Coats Wool Poplin Coats Fine Serge Coats I Check and Plaid Coats TOLLDO t.KUN. ti.i:io. m.iv . 4'i.osi:: WIIIUT- C.kI, .-ni l Mav. $!.." - 1 .-' '. t.. "oltN i'asli. 7;' M ;y M.iv, LAST CHANCE TONIGHT Si a Hell PIh.ii.' ;j;r.i 325-327 S. MICHIGAN STREET I "ni- P! e rielltrrles to CT Tark on Thnrd.TT JOIIH I'ntrics in I2."i-It)iintl lacball L"Uiu Musi Kcilcr. All member th 1 2.")-rnuni ("lass tnms thnt nrr to enter the city b:s- I ball " ;ir" urcl to attend tho i organization meetinfr toniuht in Room ! 11? of the basement of the hich ! jsrhonl. This will be the last oppor tunity for men t rei.ter 'h( wisli to play in this cHs. The meeting will lc calkd at 7 o'clock. .vts- '.i:i. . r.2'- s.'pr.. p.",.-. KYI!- No. 'J. 1 u 'I.ovi:i;si;i;i) i'r;p. t . ::!.. AIslKi:- Prim ras' .7 '. TI M H IIY P: i i i ms:;. .2.v7' j; o. r., ?2.s-m.... "I'v-: S.i-t... July. $7.75 ; Sef.t.. PITTHl LIVK MOCK. riVTsr.ri:i;ii. im . 21.-. t M 1 . v.: t".'-I. ..:-".; v : tbly b-:t. !.. r. x2-.i r'iv '-o; f.iir. 7. .'"-. no :. inio;t. J-'f ;t 1 .v..n'r 1 1 ..; ius in f tr -I f.i' 1 1 : I " . ...0; r.ij):; ,;:t ., -,,,! fit -..n $4 t".'; ;,:.; .-iw .,.a. ( ,(jv. "v ' 1 MILLl AMi LAMi; - i:pi !), 2J d-'uMe Handsome Printzess Coats Full silk lined Beautiful styles Black and every color These Coats sold regular at 19.75, 22.50 and $25 Special for Tuesday . . . FT J Mi Jm 7-J 4 ' Soutlmcst Corner Michigan St- and Jefferson Hlvd. 3E