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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES . 0; 2 cf A; y c . : 1 5.0 : CTer.s 8:30, Closes 9:30 Other Days 8:30 to 5:30 o n O A "ST A iV.lCKIGAtt.-COR. WAYNE STREET, CO. SOUTH BEND. r I 7 Choice of Any Coat V - T 1 "W -JT imfMmmmm' mass? $20.00 Where Everybody Can Save M isses' 1 . A 11 717 n'i Winter Aooarei M Saturday ve are d: nninrj on on o th big zest days of the .eason in our Coat and uit sec ions. hose nrires ?iste ' below will tell vou whv 1 1 w if 11 . . -wf v 1 1., m nn '.ti 1 1 11 h, 1 inmmimmmmmßmmmmmumm. I j 1 . Jmmmm mm 1 1 m m 1 -- 7 ? ' Greater Reductr.s on .oats Newest styles, splendid fabrics and attrac tive colors in these garments now selling at greatly .educed prices. All coats are now divided into four big 1 money saving iols 1 ft il Values from S 10.00 to S55.00. t ' ; A 'i I Tanuary Clearance of Furs C ilcWs Fur Sets at $1.49 to $10.00. Women's Fur Sets $10.00 to $35.00. SI 0.00 Grey Fox fcuffs now $7.50. C30.00 Red Fox Sets now $22.50. All Trimmed and UnLrimmedHats and Hat Trimmings Half Price. Alio i Vl rrs n Fill 5UI3 HOW M6 Clearance Sale of Dresses Materials are silk tafYeta, messaline, poplin and serge. They are daintily made in a number of charming shies and colors. Sizes 16 to 48, at $5.00, $7.50, $10, $15, $18.50 and $19.95. Party Dresses at a saving in pale blue, pink and lavender, beautifully made. Special at $10.00, $15.00, $19.95, $25.00. CLEARANCE OF I CLEARANCE OF WAISTS SKIRTS Materials: Serge, pop lin, tafTeta, satin and vel vet. Priced from $3.98 to $10. Silk Skirts in plaids, navy and black. Special at $"7.95 and $10.00. Choice of any Silk Skirt, values to $15.00, at $10. Petticoats, mercerized sateen and cotton, in green, blue and black, at 72c to $1.98. These charming waists are nicely made of crepe de chine, lace, Georgette crepe and tub silks, in variety of pleasing styles and colors. $1.98 Waists now $1.65. $2.98 Waists now $2.49. $5.00 Waists now $3.75. Children's Coats Reduced Splendidly made of newest materials and colors. 2 to 6 years at $2.00, $3.00 and $4.00. 6 to 14 years at $5, $6.50 and $7.50. II cee to oJANUA RY SALE op" UNDERMUSIJNS mm I if . y . r U 1 l ( IL .s. i 1 Extra Sizes for Stout Women Gowns, long sleeves, high neck, with tucked yokes, em bioidery trimmed, sizes 18, 19, 20. Priced at 9Sc, $1.49, $1.98. Gowns, low neck, short sleeves, lace yoke, lace and embroidery trimmed sleeves; sizes 18, 19, 20. Priced at 98c, $1.49, $1.75 and $2.98. Skirts, made of good quality muslin with extra large waist band, lace and embroidery flounces. Priced at $1.25, fl.49, $1.75, $2.49, $2.98 and r j net "J)T I Drav;ers. extra lare. with need at 49c, 59c, 75c, 98c. Corset Covers, with short sleeves, lace trimmed; sizes 46, 48, 50. Priced at 98c. Corset Covers, trimmed back and front with Val. lace and insertion; sizes 46, 4S, 50. Priced at 98c. FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM SIZED WOMEN. Drawers, Corset Covers and Gowns at 45c. Gowns and Skirts, Envelope Chemise at 85c. Envelope Chemise and Skirts at $1.49. Gowns, Skirts and Envelope Chemise at $1.98. r?-?.low Aprons, made of light percales, Saturday Special y Specials Save You Money 4Cc r" "V"! Cs for children, in J v. loI; -ITc value; Sr.t- 3 Men's Heavy Fleeced Shirts and Drawers, in grey and tan; all sizes; Saturday 35c Women's Ehck Silk Lisle Hose, wide hem top; regular 35c quality; SrV-r'-y, psir 25c "id Gloves, vide black full line of iL:s; $2 value; $1. 15 I .-: " :cr j fs. slirhtly soil d. v.;e triniii.ai; regular H5c value; Saturday 2l2c Bags and Purses, new shapes in black and colors; $5.00 values; Sat urday $3.45 Black Bags, extra quality; regular $1.98 value; Saturday .$1.25 Women's Silk Hose, Cadet brand, in black, white and taupe; all sizes, only 50c Men's Silk Neckwear, 50c value 3?c; 25c value 19c Packer's Tar Scap, 25c value, br at 15c Battle Creek Sanitary Soap, Satur day 2 cakes 15c READ THE NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS. IT PAYS! DESERTERS ii DOWN BT SCOUTS M Five Men Flee Pershing Camp But Are Caught and Brought Back. I The their from upon wore international Nns SerrJc: riKU) in:AiQrAHTi:ns. puni tive KXPEDITION, Mako, (Uy Army Telegraph to ColumKis X. M., Jan. 12.) Deserters from the army are not safe from capture and pun ishment even in the wild mountain country that divides Chihuahua and .Sonora htates. At dusk Inst ni-st live mn in sol diers' uniforms rode into camp .'i;a:ded hy 12 other soldiers, .ive prisoners were tied to horses-, which were stumMintf .veariness. Their guards rode their mounts, but thny, too. tired out. The prisoners were desetter.s who left camp live nichts aire, takint; their rides and ciuipinnt with them. The morning after desertion a detachment was sent in pursuit. Heading this detachment were four Apache Indian trailers. The Indian? have been with the expedition since last April. They picked up the trail of the deserters and held it like hounds. Tuesday evening the misin men were captured without a liKht. They were J5 miles southeast of this camp, far Lack in the mountains. They never imagined that they could be followed and overtaken in "be wilrlerness country. Ist nifrht they stopped in the camp stockade under charges of desertion and 'heft. (Jen. TershiPf? has completed his 'nspeetion of the personnel and ma terials of the several thousand troops stationed here. Infantry and 'rivalry regiments, were inspected Wednesday. Kimineer companies, imial corps, artillery and hospital sections wt re examined jesterday. The inspection will continue until the middle of next week, in the form of maneuvers and war problems. The last problem will imolve the simultaneous use of the entire ommand in camp here, the largest maneuver of its kind e r under taken by nn American military force !n time of peace. Two days' ins-pection has proven that Pershing's command is tn as rdondid condition as any body of Vtnerican troops ever tn the field. Officers of lon. experience men who have been observers in foreign wars, - id todav that they have never seen 1 -tter soldiers. "If we should have war sudden ly," said a hiarh otlicer. "the troops of this expeditionary command ould lend the American army, be ause they are the Mower of our 'orces." t i 1 r ADVICE 07FERED BY SON PROVES AID TO PARENTS Mr. and Mrs. Eli Harmon Try Tanlac on Recommendation of G. A. Harmon. EACH IMPROVES QUICKLY Husband Says the Master Medicine Has Strengthened Both Helpmate and Self Highly Indorses It. "Tanlac has done more for my wife and I than any other medicine In the world," Kli Harmon, a trim mer at the .Studeoaker Auto shops, of 1312 Dearborn St., th.s city, told the Tanlac Man at the Puolic drut,' store on Jan. C. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon have hundreds of friends in South liend and vicinity who wih be interested in the relief they have gained through use of the Master Medicine. " We both have suffered from stomach trouble and indigestion for the last twenty years," Mr. Harmon I continued. "Kadi of us had a very! poor appetite and after eating only a ery little we would be bothered j rtith yas forming in the rit of the t-tomach. It was extremely annoy- . ing and caused us to belch very often. We both were very nervous and were so restless at niyht that : we never could sleep well. i I "My son, G. A. ilarrr.on, pur- ! Maided my wife and myself to try Tanlac. After taking only one bottle of the medicine both my wife I and I felt a great deal better. We have taken four bottles of Tanlac between us now and each of us has derived j;reat benefit. We eat heartily now and without any fear of gas forming in our stomachs afterwards. The belching is a thing of the past now. The nervousness has disappeared ami we sleep sound ly at nicht. Each of us is gaining in strength. "Tanlac lias done more for my wife and I than anything else in the world. We both think Tanlac is a -,rreat medicine and want to recom nend it for others." Tanlac, the Master Medicine, is specially beneficial for stomach, liver ar.'.i kidney trouMe. catarrhal complaints, rheumatism, nervous ness, loss of appetite and the like, and is a f.ne tonic and a ueneral .stem purifier. Tanlac H now J.eir.-r introduced in South I'end at Jhe Tu: lie drug store, . "here a special Taniac r presenta . tive is eplair.inir the r.ew medicine t ) the p.iblic dai!-. Adv. The ngineerintr workshops : throughout the union of South Af rica are equipped with i.i.tchine tools ! and appliances utilizing about j UJU Lrake horse po-.str. Royal Woinnieim9 Garmemilt Co0 2 1 1 S. Michigan St Auditorium Blk. A Soe of cial 250 High Grade Percha e at greatly reduced prices. These dresses are posi tively the newest styles, just the sort of dresses wo men and misses are wearing now and will be wear ing in the early spring. $4.98 FOR $8.00 SERGE DRESSES $ßm 0 In navy and black, in all sizes. h 1 ! O P $7.98 FOR $12.00 DRESSES In the full plaited style with the new braid trimming. All colors and sizes. 3BS3o $8.98 FOR $14.00 DRESSES In the new plaited style with belt and pockets, richly trimmed with braid. All sizes. $4.98 for $10.00 COATS Made of all wool cloaking, with large velvet trimmed collar; worth $10.00, at $9.98 FOR $18.00 COATS Of all wool velour, line kersey and wool plush, also matelan, some lined all through; worth SI 8.00, at t? ranees 117 South Michigan St Correct Apparel for Women F I 1 he D rower o: D rice Will Be Tested to Its Capacity Limit Friday and Saturday When the GREATEST CLEARANCE SALE on WINTER COATS will be continued and remain in full force until full Clearance is affected. We confidently expect Friday and Saturday to do the greatest volume of business known to this shop because we know THE POWER OF PRICE and have marked our goods accordingly. Every WINTER GARMENT is cut to the core and there is no question of our Cleaning out every piece. OUR POLIO" MUST BE ENFORCED, NOTHING CARRIED OVER. OUR ENTIRE COAT STOCK DIVIDED INTO FIVE LOTS ONE SPECIAL LOT OF COATS, So 50 xO formerly priced S 15 and S18.50, AT. . , ALL OUR S19.50 and S22.50 COATS T ALL OUR S25.00 and S29.50 COATS T ALL OUR S32.50 and 535.00 COATS vr ALL OUR S39,50 and S45.00 COATS T $ 350 $ 5OO 1822 s $2522 WAISTS SPECIALLY PURCHASED FOR OUR JANUARY SALE REGULAR S5.00 and S6.50 VALUES at $395 YOUR CHOICE of our remaining stock of FURS Tl. PRICE. 13 F ON H AND EARLY as this is positively THE GREATEST CLEARANCE SALE ever he rc of. NO APPROVALS. 8 n 1 i! 1! 1 50c for $1.00 Black Sateen Petticoats, wide flounce i 1 1 I