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Palm Beach Races With Toy Autos li li NEW SATIN HATS Regular $1.98 value. Black and colors, at SOUTH BCfQ-ZS ORZATCST HA ft CA I AT üisZ4l THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES JUWfl DEWIES3 SPRING SUITS In Poplins, Gabardines and Serges, all new shades for spring. CI 1 QQ Values to $20. Sale price . . I 00 SPRING COATS In Serges, Poplins, Wool Velours and Shepherd Plaids, all sizes and colors. Values to $15. CA QQ EVER SHOT BE I; 1 Girl Who Bunked New York Was Telephone Operator and Saved Her Money . , v V V' 1 lot'-rn iti nil . Snrvjo; XKW VOIiK. I',!,. never fh,t i-r-aii? rr h i"-h anywhere," in dignantly d-cl.i.--d lui-e sVhen, the Rirl wh charmed .Ww York for a v.tck. j.o-iüt.' ;i tli Alaskan Juno th- un-j-oil: liil-l of tho icy Wildern-.- uhfii sh'f told 1it real lif; story hcr- tod.jy. "I.pullrd plujrs fr a living in a Kansas City t -Ifphor.' e.xch :mc, and I dul the same in Juneau. Alas ka. iJt.t 1 never ."hot a 1'f.tii in rnv life." Th pretty Mrl whoso sayinj an l doings have consumed enough prom inent po-ition In New York newspa pers to make the most tüo ient i . i e r- s aent in the world turn sren with envy an! despair a.lnutt 1 lier father was a "i-parmw nurse" in Kansas f'lty. "Sparrow niirse don't you know" park watchman," she explained. "I was one of 10 children The re-it of thern are Austrian, talk Herman, and think a Klrl ouht to marry the first man with J20C who come alonj,. I'm American through and through, fo I lit out for the frontier and made pood in Juneau. I saved Sl.OOO out of my waires there, won the prize Jn the telephone girls' competition and resolved to formet humdrum old Kansas City. "That's why I didn't mention Kansas City when I arrived here. I've wired pa I won't ever have any thing more to do with him. Why, I was to et $50 a week in the movies and I was t,roinc to hrln him on as th honest old miner In V.- v. ' '': V- I. ' y t i-: - . -.... . -., : r St; 14 Ahove Is a photograph of Mrs. Arturo de Heerln of Philadelphia, in the "Hed Iu," her toj racing auto, which she has won several events in the palm 1 t aeh "Ked Huk" races. Society, ever on tV lookout for a new sensation, has pjone mad over racinp in toy machines, which are huilt somewhat on the lines of a child's buckboard. whose humide cahin I was born, way up under the Arctic circle. "I am an Alaska pirl now. thronen and through even if I do havt the misfortune to have heen born lu Kansas City." No fooner did the hottd press apent learn from the room cl'-.'k ju.st after Miss Aachen's arrival that she had never been out of the wilds before in all her 2 0 years than he put the bloodhounds of the news- r iTAMHAR ojt Q-R'SETS AND- SERWC 49- 11 9 i " " papers on the scent. Miss Sachen's comments on red )Iooded men and Fifth av. dan dies, subway manners, routing by the pencil route and the open air method, lapdogs and Kettinf: back to nature bean to fill papes. She was taken to theaters, mu seums, cabarets, automatic restaur ants, skyscrapers and pink teas to pet her odd impressions. And it all went wonderfully well until somebody discovered her father and father "spiled the beans", to quote the girl, who found New York as easy to take in as did the famous Doc Cook. PLANNING FOR PILGRIM TERCENTERNARY IN 1920 Exposition Costing Two Million is Ilxpected to lx Hold in Hor ton Want State Help. BOSTON. Feb. 16. Mayor Curley is giving consideration to ä Pilgrim tercentenary exposition, to cost $2. 000,000. He already has forward ed a preliminary sketch of his plans to Gov. McCall for inspection. The mayor's intention is to have the state take up the project, point ing out that F.oston contributes nearly 40 per cent of all state ex penditures and that such an ex penditure would be a reasonable one In view of the national interest in Boston and eastern Massachu setts, which would be aroused if such an exposition were held in 1920. The project involves extensive re clamation of land off the Calf Past- uro thorpliv on n t i n : Iho tiftfl 000 Old harbor and Strandway improve ment in South Boston to be incor porated as part of the exposition and also furnishing what the mayor characterized as the most beautiful approach to an exposition imaginable. EAST PRUSSIA ERECTS 11,000 NEW BUILDINGS Reconstruction of Cities Destroyed by KusMans in Their Invasion, Under Waj. Hygienic Seryice it Wondrrlift device h hen adjured n correct .Kitioo. vVor.'Jriift Handlet li-ws .he wv.rk of heathy abdominal nusclt-s. Ccrr.bin.ition of front sie!; with avhii-tble Han-ilet lifts mtrrnal orKar..s i r. t n-.rnial p-sit:on. ClvtI ff-r.f fee!s ruah.'e. crr.rr 1. :phtt .ir..! r.i Kl superfluous t'.t:h i .t;U' -r.ifn m 's;tK'n. flarfers. ('etnehed froTt fronf steels. 4void prc-ute over atxiomer.. 1 2 3 4 5 Komves Style Scr ice sway back" Ly correct- Improves contour of b-dy by uplift ing and -eduonp superflaous flesh. Flattens abdomen youthful lines. into normal. Red-aces siie f abdomen: jrives proper ',har.?" and style to skirt. H-!Js ror.-set c'.of,e. Insures smooth lines oxer hips ana thighs. fi t! r t! k The wonderful Wondcrlift perfectly performs the two things a corset should do preserves health and enhances beauty. It has established a new science in corset fitting and adjustment. Study the Wondcrlift carefully and deeply. If you haven't done that, you know nothing of what it can do is doln for womankind. The patented features that preserve health, also produce unequaied style Eiht distinct Wondcrlift models for every type of figure, from lean and bony to super-stout $5.00, $7.50, $10 and $12 HI: A H'lSE ll OMAX! Study the Wondcrlift closely. Get the model made for YOU. Enjoy the style, comfort and health made possible by this unique and super-valuable invention. BERLIN. Feb. 16. The recon struction of the hunOreds of cities, towns and villages in eastern Prus sia, destroyed by the Russians dur ing their invasion, is progressing rapidly. An official report just pub lished shows over 11,000 new build- i tngs. about one-third of the number j burned or blown up. by the Russian troops, have been erected during the last IS months. It is estimated it J will take about four yearn more to J remove all traces of the invasion. The public subscriptions for the 'devastated districs so far have I yielded about $9.000.000 and the j brick vards of the kaiser at Cadln i en up to Jan. 1 last furnished build j iug material valued at nearly $2. I ('00.000. but these gifts are entirely ( inadequate. Knormous sums must I be raised by the ravaged municipal ities, the provincial authorities and 1 the Prussians state. Co Stört Et cryu. Ar Na Hrprsic F.du.a baatrfatr. N.w Trk City hi i j PACIFIC COAST HUMS WITH SHIPBUILDING Volume i. Now Vl o Times as ircat a It ;in F.lslitmi Months Ago 13S Building. M y glS-ggl SO. MICHIGAN ST. Sale price . 1 ;, It nn 1 I t: 5 U s in Pi I LJ V LJ in I A Lrü flu I E I Just for one day SATURDAY we will rummage our entire stock and for this great sale we shall offer sen sational offerings in eveiry department. A glance at the items listed below will convince you that this is a sale that you cannot afford to miss. iymiiiage q Haras in Ready Wear Section Women's Waists Thousands of dependable Waists, sizes well assorted, 36 to 46, in Voiles, Or gandies and Stripes. All prettily embroidered. Sale price 45c I SKIRTS for women and misses, in Shepherd Plaids and Black and Blue Serges; all sizes, all wool materials. Values to $3. Rum mage sale price $1.00 Just received for this sale 1,000 Petticoats, all sizes and colors, in cluding Heatherbloom Petticoats. Values to $3. Rum mage sale price. . . . 1.09 DRESSES 150 Serge Taffetas and Crepe de Chine Dresses, in high waist line effect, tunic styles and pleated models. Values to $15. Rummage sale price 84.98 WINTER COATS Your unrestricted choice of any Winter Coat in the house in Wool Ve lours, Mixtures and Broadcloths. All colors and sizes. Values to ßj J AO $25. Sale price $ " O CHILDREN'S COATS Ages 2 to 8, dependable quality. Any girl's Winter Coat in stock, plushes included. Values to $6. ßj QQ Rummage sale price t JL jf O WINTER SUITS Any Winter Suit in the house, all colors, sizes and materials. Values to $25. Sale price $7.98 New Silk Crepe de Chine and Striped Tub Silk Waists. Values to $3.00. Rummage sale price 1.98 lymin B1 Oyr m no nerv De f : : : I 13 ei Oyr Large RiilBinery Dept. 100 New Satin Trimmed Hats, regular $3.50 values at ) $3. Our buyer was fortunate in buy ing the sample line of one of the New York largest millinery houses and will put them on sale Saturday at only $1.99. Your Choice of Any Winter Trimmed Hat IN THE HOUSE Values to $10. Every one of these hats must go. For quick clearance, Saturday only $ 1 Ai NEW SPRING FLOWERS In every conceivable color. Regular AQp value to 98c, at..." NEW STICKUPS In black and colors. Values to $1.25, at 79c ANY WINTER UNTRIMMED HAT in the house. Values to $6.98. Saturday Qgp ANY CHILD'S TRIMMED HAT in the house. Values to $2.50. Rummage QQp only 500 New Straw Untrimmed Hats Regular $2.98 values, in, black and a few good colors. About eight dif ferent styles to choose from. Rum- M sale price. v w mage Farmers Trust Building Cor. .Main and Jt flerson. The largest and most up-to-the-minute oitice build ns in the city. Uetter reserve those rooms soon. 1 AUMKHS TUTST CO. IH-aU-d in Otitic Iluihliiur. 'f On Saving. II. nm;.(i2i2 li. so. PAN KIlANCISrO. Feb. 16. The volume of ship construction of the J Pacific const is now five times as threat as IS months a?o and 15 times us heavy as three years a to. This l.ecame known from data gathered by a local shipping paper and forms the tir.t complete record of shipbuilding activity on this coast. J It is conservatively estimated that the rotal amount represented , in shipbuilding on the Pacific coast is upward of S123.000.00Ö. t The total number of ships build- ttxm C f H. LEMONTREE .in; or contracted for at private yards on this coast is 1?.. Of thee. j 75 are steel steamers of from C.S00 to 10,000 tons, ana are wocmen ships. Of the latter class. 40 are motor ships of a new type. You Can't Stay Out And Be a Success. mm All Work CuArnnted. Hx.min&tou Fro. wnrrc dental parlors 111 W. Wftahmtoa At. Orer Ihrrr Book Stor. Eod) Pbonea. Open Ieninz Washington Ave. and Main St. MOFFTTS SHOP Ow. Michigan and Jefferson. Womtn'i and Mls OCTER GAIIME-VTS. Oo&ta. Baits, livsse. Corsets Millinery, CTalssau I Ilui.ber is to be usea in maKinK "u. tins airtight is nt-eded in Nor- VV.TT. Read NEWS-TIMES Want Ads NEW FALL SHOES at Guarantee Snoe Co. KS MWheii 700 Uiink f tlomefurm tthlnj think of BailorO Clothlnx and ßhoa tar Un, Womm and Cifldr at LowÄ Prlca. CUAPTJf nOifE DDT. BTOREÄ, At, and IT . Oiafrf B. f'ANTL C. LONTZ & SONS COAL AND COKE Established 1 SS 5. 427 East Colfax A v. Bell 74. Home 5074. Read NEWS-TIMES Want Ads i! h 1