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TLT.MAY I.VIIM-M, NOVKM11I7H 1918.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES II. S. RECOGNIZES POLISH ARMY Lansing Says Government :els Deep Sympathy For Oppressed People. (i-Ti. Jo??f Kaller. A larr' part of! tb: roi:Vi fnrro wns rcrruiti in I th" l":i!t"l Ht.ts undr tho dirf I ti' M r f irnac Jnn Partcr-)?!. J $15,000 FOR STREET AND ALLEY FUND VOTED BY COMMITTEE OF WHOLE 0 v 1 WASHINGTON. Nov. Th" I'o-It.-h army, un'ior th- s-i iirem- j.Iiri cal authority of tho polish nntior..tl COmmlttt'', W.V1- Tf:S,T7.i t'xi.iy .y th T-'mtfi St.it-; jro rrnrnnt its aufor.oi;io!n ar.ö ( o-l.ll:trprnt. S' -retary Lan.Kin rtnn:in M in a fitter sorit totay to Ko:nrn Dmo. sfct. prr.cMpnt of th Polish national omrnltf c-, wh' i- r.ow in Washing ton. Lansing FtM th Arnori i,j KOvrrnni-nt fVo-s ;t r, j-ymputhy for th Polish j,-oplo ani ipvs with gratification tlui pro;-i-fs of the II also slid it h.ul not br-cn un minrlful of th znl arvl tn.T ity with whi'h th I ' ! i 1 1 national nrn rritt'. which has hrlquartrs in FirK Ms pro.rutf'1 tho task of m ir.vl.allnff its fMhrw countryman in a njprf me military rffort to fr "- Po )an! from itH present opprsyor. Tn Action of th Arn-rifan rnv rnrnnt H similar to that taken re cently by France. drcat Pritaln and Itaiv. A polish army is now nhtini; o.i th western front with th allicl armies. 1-elnjc under the command of Af;cr h.tvinar th rout of th- i'onrd of public works for an addi tional JTT..0O0 for it? Ftret and allpy f ind for th hH!anr of th year undr consideration for th past three Tk, th committee of the v hoi" of the city council Monday niht dcideri to m e the board the tnony. Witli little di'rii.j-ion of the ord iriancM proidimr the appropriation, the committee reported favorably on th' measure, and it will come up for action by the council at th repular meeting next Monday niirht. This will ina'o- about $ T. 0 . 0 0 ' ) appropri ated to th board of work with which to fini-h out the year durinr the pt; two weefts, nearly $10.000 havine hfn voted to its several funds at the i,,n council meeting. ITALIANS TAKi; SCITAIU. ltOMH. Nov. ',. Italian advane sr'arTs occupied the town of Fru tari in northern Albania. Oct. 31, ac cording to the Itnllan war office com munication iued tonight. Money Big Figure In 1 1 th., Hour Campaign By G. O. P. WASHINGTON. Nov. 5. In final pre-ejretion taternent lat nicht. Homer Cummin, acting chairman of the democratic national com mittee, chargej thit "lavish us of men' appear? to constitute the e!venth hour program of the repuWicm leaders" and sril1 that the people today will give Prest Wil-on tin; vote of confidence he has a.ke.i. "CfTorts to pwinjr th election away from th president by the lav ish ue of money appear? to consitute the eleventh hour prerani of republican leaders," aid Mr. Cummin??. "That conclusion is reached after perusal of the Ftaten.tnt Just tiled by the republican committee's treasurer, which shows, for example, un advance of $lo0.00' to L'nit fd States .vri William M. Cald r, of New York, on October 31. "The same statement shows that $23.000 was sent to T. 'olernan Injpont. at Wilmincton, Delaware, on October 2$. with $5.0'"o more or. October ?,Q. Illinois, however, feems to be second to New Yo-k, f.". 4, 000 havinc: been advanced to C. A. McPul'och. in Chicago. in four da.. Of this 1 1 n.0C""V was turned over to him on October 2. uith $14, 000 following on November 1st." "The vote of cnn'dfnr? Pres't Wilson ha.- asked of the American people will he given him at the polls Tuesday. Reports from every sec tion of the country, received today, plainly indicate that the nation Is thoroughly aroused to the necessity of t;Ftainin? the president in this critical hour. "Th- preat qualifies of leadership shown by the president now bear ing fruit in war-torn Europe, are appreciated by the pt-ople of tho I'nited States. They are willing to trust the president to continue the policies that have brought Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria and Turkey to terms, stripped (Jrmany of her allies and which have sounded the death knell of militarism and kaiserism." Kven when dairy utensils appear clean, if th-'y huve r.ot le.n proper ly sterilized they may harbor vast numbers of bacteria which contam inate milk or cream that comes in contact with thm. CHARLES BS. S AX g CO. Dress Goods, all Fashionable and at Savings Both Timely and Unusual Hundreds of thrifty shoppers attended our big sale of dress materials last week. Many of them probably never kne v there was a store selling dependable merchandise at such low prices, but we have been doing it for years. If you form the habit of reading our ads then coming here to trade, you will be forming the habit of saving you will be practicing thrift. Fof buying good, reliable merchandise for less than usual is surely economizing the thing that counts now-a-days. $2.50 Wool Materials, Yard $1.98 40 and 52-inch French and Storm Serge, in green, brown, gray, red, blue and plum; also -lo-inch French Skirting Plaids. These materials are absolutek all wool. Regular $2.50 values. Special, yard. . . .$1.98 Part Wool Materials, Yard 75c 36-inch Scotch Plaids, big assortment to choose from, suitable for children's school dresses. Worth $1.25 yard, at 75c 40-inch, very special, yard $1.00 34-36-inch Materials, Yard 75c Storm Serge, Newdane Cloth and Batiste, in variety of plain colors, checks and black and white. Very spe cial, yard 75c 36-inch Wool and Cotton Serges, Yard $1.25 In a variety of plain colors, stripes and checks. Good value, yard $1.25 All Wool Serges, Yard $1.50 36-inch Storm and French Serge, in assorted colors. Special, yard $1.50 22-inch Velveteen, Yard 98c Velveteen, 22 inch, in navy, brown, green, red and garnet, at yard 98c Cotton Materials On Sale in Basement 35c Outing Flannel, Yard 25c 27 inch Outing Flannel in light and dark checks and stripes, also plain gray. Sold everywhere at 35c. Special at 25c 25c Flannelette, Special 19c 27-inch, in light and dark patterns. Very special, 25c value, yard 19c Khaki Cloth, Yard 50c 30-inch, good value, yard, 50c; extra quality, yd. 65c 49c Cotton Crepe, Special, Yard 35c 32-inch Cotton Crepe, in variety of plain colors, suit able for the better grade of underwear. Worth 49c, yard : 35c 39c Eden Cloth, Yard 29c 2 inches wide, in stripes and plain colors, suitable for children's wear, waists, pajamas, etc. 39c quality, special, yard 29c 39c Flannelette, Yard 25c 27-inch Flannelette, in floral patterns, suitable for kimonos and dressing sacues. Worth 39c yard, special at 25c 35c Bleached Muslin, Yard 30c 30 inch, splendid qualjtv; very special, yard 30c Sergt. Koszewski Missing in Action Says U. S. Report v.'-'.t,'- t -v A ft V-, ;., V, -Hi. v j U, : .... .......... AV-'. - t .... vv, : . ' Xf L. vv ........ - n . v, . i. Roll of Honor Listing Men From Indiana, Dll nois, Michlpan. Ohio and Kcn tncky on Casunltj L'sts. The flIiTlrjr cartltie by tlie (ii')iu:i tiding central ie.nn expeditionary forees: tien. 4",; e.i se. ;rr : i decree lljrhtly. tab dit-d of wound. ."1 wonn'tM Terely. Ml; undetermined). : .".10; missing in a-tUn are reported of the Amer Killed in ac ; died f Us- u ivindi-d wounded To- .: i i'- ' ? V -4 L -"' &t . - V i V' : ' 1 ' I t Sert. Joseph Koszewski Is re ported us misinK in actiuu since be tween Aug-. 2 and 11. according to a telegram received by his parent, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Koszewski. 1029 Dunham st., Monday afternoon. Sergt. Koszewski volunteered his services to the natiun April 1.1. 1917. and after his enlistment was station ed at Campe Greene, Charlotte, N: C, later he was transferred to Syra cuse, N. V.. and after a short stay there was sent overseas, arriving in France May :'7, 1913. He was a members of Co. K. 4?th l S. In fantry. For 10 weeks the parents have received no word from him, and prior to that time his letters were always prompt and regular. He was enmuRcd in seeral of the hie: battles that have been fought along the western front but had alwas es caped injury. Prior to his enlistment he was an employe of the South P.end lith works. KII.I.KI IN A( TIO.. si:it(ii;.TS. Kiid'dph Krdnuiitu. (Iiliapo, 111. Joseph Sfhllnski, Cldc.u'o. Iii. 'pl. Carl J. Jensen. Lodi. III. r.ntrler Janas A. Hill. Crestwood. Kr. I'lHVATI'S. I.e. n s. I'alarilv. Ielaare. o. 'h.irles A. Whalen. Cleveland. (. 1IKI OF HOIMKi. Serct. MeKlnler Jijsthe. l'lki-ville, Ky. I'UIVATI.S. Kavtinni.l P. Ht-n.-y. Louisville. Ky. William James Sullivan. Sears. Mlfli. !IKI OF IHliAK. Pvt. ltTt Hunt. Ilndsotivi'.le. Mi. li. WOlMFI KVKKEI.Y. ski;;kants Halph Howe. Preeport, 111. I'on.il'l "liari"'S .M.icewiin, KalaiuHzo... MI h. Cp. Milford P. nr.-wller. Phlfflo. Ill pi:ivati:s. CIareni-e K. P.al;er. AslitaNuIn. Trank Klovd. Iren wood, Ml h. Mark I In .el. Covert. MK Ii. M. IllnkK SJ.Iney. Kr. . Allipn. O. M.i n (In n a. Ky. Phnd 'lyle Henry Karl P. Mae, Hrxnh I'enn. die, Mlh r.MIKTKU- ALLIES RECEIVE 251 SHIPS FROM AUSTRIA WASHINGTON. Nov. Austria- Munc:ary,.' navy, which either must be delivered to the allies or disarm ed under the terms of the armletice that country has signed, consists of approximately 2."1 ships, according to latest official information reach ing the navy department. These figures. Sec'y Daniels announced to day, were compiled without refer enee to recent reported losses of two Austrian hnttleshlp?. The total of submarines is placed at 4 3. with 1." battleship?, an equal number of cruisers 21 torpedo boat destroyers. 10 torpedo gunboats, 67 torpedo boats. 4i mine layers. 11 river monitors. T patrol boats, armed nteamers. ß scouts, one river torpedo boat and two trawlers. VON HINDENBURG SAYS, 'INVINCIBLE IF UNITED' AMSTKUDA.M. Nov. i. The Ber lin newspapers today published i message from Field Marshal von Hindenbjrg thanking societies and individuals for their expressions of "confidence anl attachment." The tield marshal declares: "Our honor, freedom and futurt are now at stake. We are invinci ble if we are united." The military commander says that if the German army is strongly sup ported, 'then our fatherland will brave all onslaught." ;ii.Nc:i:ii. Foter B.icon died at 10:o o'clock Saturday evening. Nov. , at his home ntar Grander, of iniluenza and pneumonia. He was born Dec. -3. 187G. In Ontwa twp.. Cash county. Mich. He leaves his aKed mother. Ilachel Hacon. and two brothers. ra id. at home, and Guernsey of Adamsville, Mich., and one dter. Mrs. Charles Kldwin of Klkhart. He was a member cf tlie Presbyterian church .it lT.'.war.tsburK". Mich.. and the Grander arlr of (Jleanpr. I'uneral services at the house at 2 o'clock. Hunal at Kdwardsburg. Mich. Fred G. Wilinore. Imrl whmi:i. ur.aur.t: MIX Fl. Pit I VATK.S. Mivlfloy M. I'.aker. lhitler. Ky. I'raiuls M. Kernard, Serena. III. N'atiinn C. Itonny, Kichmond. Ky. Henrv P. P.uniPtoin. Cldcngo. 111. Cnrl V. t reed. Hubbard, ). 'Frank A. CuIMibtne. (Tibngro. III. Tau; I renirowskl. 'hleaeo. II). Lnne Devericks. Charleston. Ill Wllli..iii Dol.itowski. Chkruro. III. William Houba, Newport. Ky. t.ouU A. iMmeheon. Virinl.t. Ill C'ustare -1. Frebnr', Kankakee. III. Pranels A. Mnnn, lefntne, u. "lav . Marcum. Nn.'vd, Ky. Arthur Louis Merer. Fort Wnjn. Ind Glenn Mill. Hnlnbridse. Harrv O Nll. ChifUKo. 111. Fred W. Plggott. Chbago. III. lVOt'MMJl Ml.KJMTLY. t.ii:t:tf:naxts. I.eli II. r.bink. IJnia. o. Willinm C. Pope, Wadsworth. Ill Si: KULANT. Inin I,. Ilal.lnln. Muuth lnl. Iml. I;ivid Freeiiniaii. Detroit, .Mich. F.lward AnJi'son. Mr.rengo, lib John T. Warren. 'hl.,ao. III. Allan J. Gorman. Chb-agn. Ill Henry Kehlnieler. Coitimbus. o. Ilaroiil P. StavTs. Chh-asro. HI. Uiiliain Paul Kaminki. Detroit. Mih. Gordon P.osgow. lb'il City, Mi h. Mii I.. Sothard. Coviiigtoii. Ky. Pucler John Knvtyrh. Chbago. 111. puivati:s Pol.e-t Meredith. Meredith. Ky. Clare A. Miller. Urn kt.n. 111. William M. Fields, sr.. Ky. Itobert Hurst. Cin- innatl. ('. Howard It. Kler. Camper. Mi. It. John Arvle Karling. Han. o. k. Ml. h. Kmiiry Kidsrht. Iioli.inap'dis, lud. Iferbert bench. Columbus. Kazimiorz l.eonlk. Detroit. Mi'-h. .lame C. MrKnight. Itn.laxe, MKh. Frank .1. Manilla. Cleveland. D. Josjh Arouson. Chb-ag.' 111. Klvla P. Aht.y. Onton. Ky. Frnnk II. P.ates. Morsnn. Mi li Isaac N. r.lk'Ks. Greenvlew. 111. nrl llovlon ltra.lv. Kalamazoo. Mi li. Harry F. Prl ker. Arcadia, o. Sherman P. Fox. FotriH. . Joseph I,. IHsoelt. St. bonis. HI. V.11 K. Foreman. Morrll. . William (Spalls. Ann Arbor. Mloh. Fred J. Give. Mb Clemen". Mi h. Arthur Fred IIM.I. Palatine. III. Georpe Glenn llink'e. Hartford, Mich. Fred Kuegen i--fT. Phieago. Ill Itnl.ert K. Unnloii i iib-nco. 111. Hugo Munin llNlm, Fth a. Ml-ii. William Henrv. Cleveland. O. Christ '.nrl Hes. Poag. 111. W. F. Knlinz. Chicnco. 111. George M. Krclwi., Chi flgo. 111. Cheter J. Iirson. Peters!)urg, Mi'h. Knlph Harrv Dicker. Gbtdstone. 111. I'.ernard W. Mfirl.erry. ltr.y City. .Mich. Guy A. Meyer. Milledgeville. III. Frank Opalewski. Hamtranifk. Mich. Pearl . I'liillips. The Plnln. G. Italpb Gortn in Pool, peiimont. III. MISIN; IN AtTION. PltlVATKS. Clareii.-e A. Auekerinaii. Kalam.itoo, MU h. bonis K r.erlnnd. Indianapolis. Ind. Fverett Funis, Mi rtlnsrllle. Ind. Harmon li. Strnirall. l'ortinoutö. G. PREVIOUS LIST The follow big ' -asunltie nre reported by the commanding gener.il of th Amer ican eipeditJouary force: Killed in ac tion. 7'.: dlM of wound. 4 : dbd from ai I'b-nt an. I other ran Z: tlel of din ease. 71; wounded everely. 1.10; wonnd ed idejrre tindetrmlned t. 14; wounded sllehtlv. lfc; inUslnar In action. 11; pris oners. 1. Total. t';o. KILLED IN AFTlON: SFPGFAN TS Stanley McKinley. Oki Innütl. G. Walter Mer. Mi.bliep..iut. G. C tl'.rollAbS : llrrtram Plekhardt. Iiui.tlnghurg. led. Lewis Francis Hall. CUiimI. KK Pit IV ATI'S : Algot Johnson, Whitehall. Mifh. Geo. Korssko. Chicago, I'd. ln h.-irl J." MeUter. CleTrland. O. I'resn Millar. Pii entle. K . C.'.nn P. Staler. Whltraore. Mb-h. Ilerr.i.tn s rpubuhr. hnmeo. Mich. Franklin T. I'.urns. I ndlanapoll. Ind. Park W. Pfte.-. M.uid-r, M.ithew Klr7lnger. l-trlt. Mi-h. Kavmoad Juliu Kuhlmeler, Dakota. Ill Pe C. I.onery. tJP on City. 111. Gordon Ja-kvon. Mlrrrwood. Inb Hnrol.1 AV. MansMp. Van Wert. IHFIl OF Udl M KIO.IHJ) ACTION : SKUtiF-VNTS : Wm. A. More hart. Colutubu, O. IN No Election Bulletins Tonight Due to the order ihSJed recent ly by the Hoard of Health, the newspapers are forbidden to post bulletins tonight or us the stere- optician to Rive oji election re turns. I'hi is regretted on our part, but the order must be ob served. It is th theory of the health department that tho crowds that would Congregate would be conducive to the spread of Influenz. The same principle would accordingly prevail vith reference to allowing a crowd to congregate in the office. We are Forry. hut the general public will have to watt until newspapers can be Jcsucd. It is no choice of ours and we doubt very much the necessity of the order but law is law and we are not prenching. or practicing anarchy. thf: news-times. 111. in. Ind. Detroit. ML h. pprt Lee. MontnoTrth, Hb PRIVATES : Andrew II. Ewlng, Detroit. Mich. Cyril Whitman. Mlchlgantwn, Ind. Arthur Ti. Pox, North Vernon, Ind. Ilerrxxin .MnitU-ks. Manchester, g. Merrill C. Bios. Goshen. Ind. Jo. Walter IHehen. Toledo. . Fnrl Hartford, Mnnsfleld. O. Sol Kurlander. Cleveland. O. Fred C. Walla, SprgTsvilb G. DIED I 'ROM ACCIDENT AND OTIIEU CAVur.: Pvt. Harry A. Shipley, McConnellfville, O. DIED OP DISEASE: Corp. !rnnk r.usaetnn, Lagrnngc. PRIVATES: Cha. Otto Apger, Detroit. Mich. Darwin DDkson. Towell. Mbh. Peuben Kav Drlaklll. Champaign Ernest J. Meyer. Pelleville. 111. .Iense F. Prrrtt. Mt. Clemens. Mich. lrde Clark. Lansine. Mich WDFNDED SEVEHELV IN ACTION: Capf. John T. MH'Inre. Iotdsville. Ky. SKIM JE A NTS: Prank L. T1ghe, Jr.. r;reenvllle. 111. Frank Martin Kalec. Hraidwood. 111. Kudolpli Kalllett, South Uend, Ind. CORPORALS: Fr.-.nk Marine Huber. (lib-ago. III. Floyd Kalk. Harlor Reaeb. Mi. h. Roland Clvrte Tow, Stanton, Mich. Cook Herman P. Milium, Peloit. O. PRIVATES: Everet V. Lear, Walcot. Ind. Thorens J. MeLaln. Chicago, II!. Neil H. Merrill. Anrlover, S.imTipl Mesg!ni?er. Nile. Ml h. Rot A. Cost. Owensboro, Kv. Ivblle l'uckett. Pitt. Ky. I'ether Z:ilopa, fTeveland, O. Lawrence A. Itouchie, SL Frantisviile. 111. Harry G. Cecil. Canton. O. llobert F. Poppland. Padinh. Ky. Merle Guv Crandall, Grand Rapids, Mi. h. Mark Datidon, Cayugn. Ind. Robert F. Keener, I-eshurg. Harry Relnhold. Akron. . PhnrlM Harold Mclauphlin. Mbh. 4s.ar Williams. Ilamtrankek, Fdw. P. Younger, Chicago. III. WOUNDED IN ACTION: illegrB I'nrietermlii d 1 LIECTENANTS : Aaron Fisher. Lyle. Ind. Serirt. Mnjor Frank II. St. John, ponti ac, III. SERGEANTS : Warren II. Prnst. Chicago, 111. Prank D. Dore. Cbi.-ago. Hi. Harry W. Endter, St. Pern ml Glen C. Murphv. Vnssar. Mich CORPORALS: Ri.hard M. Iobertv. CM.a?o, Edgar D. Gamm. Chicago, III. John J. Hawkins, Cleveland, O. Ntarer K-ates, Chicago. 111. John T. StQPletoii. Chicago. III. Gilbert L. Sutton. Ludincton. Mich. Wnrien W. Wilson. Evanton, 111. Mechanic Frank Robert Itenouf, Merr. Mich. PRIVATES: Lewis Gregory, None Such. Ky. Win. A. Anderson. Qulncy, 111. John E. Illnes, Detroit. Mb h. Henry II. lllrueh. Foionm, Mich. August Jos. Hueinmer, MUfcawaka. Ind. i:rail Kubatz. W. Chlcapo. 111. pfwe.T N. Sharp. Conneaut. O. Arthur II. Sherwood. Lansine. John J. Stobnrski. Chicago. 111. Wnlte'r Suknwkl. Chicago. 111. Henry W. Wessllne. New point. Ind. Louis Zellluskv. Chicago, 111. WO FX D ED SLIGHTLY IN ACTION: LIEUTENANTS : Severn Spence MncLuugbliii. letroit, Mich. Sfan'ey Manyon. Penton lb rbor, Mh h. Sergt. Nicholas Mcnacelli. Chicago. III. III. CORPORALS : Eugene Chan. Huinphrey, Ionia. Mbh. Ros Leon j: a Jlnk'-n. Cambridge. . Paul Mrtikey. Paw Paw. Mbb. Chas. Marsh. Evart. Mbh. Harry Meade, Merrill. Mi. h. 'Drenke Christian Walker, Ann Arhor, Midi. PKIVATP.S : Harry c. P.rinkb-y. Evansvil'e, Ind. I.ial Walfer Croindi. Cleveland. O. Alfon Detlerck. Pontiac, Mich. CornelbiH Dexter. Lafayette. Ind. Dean Irwin Grauer, Sprlnpfield. O. Warren Anthony Green. Grand Rnpids. Mich. Axel Hugo Hagstroin. Chicago. El. Jas. Albeit Mclntvre. Linton, Ind. Walter L. MeKelver, Prbaiia. 111. Th. G. Mbidlecamp, JerTersontown, Kv. Wilson Yrung, War Hrnnr'i. Ky . "Walter (ifn Kazemeyer. Ray City. Mich. Tho. McKay. Dixon. 111. Ilenrv F. Mcpherson, Greer.vibe. Vincent P. Mackowlak. Chicago, Win. P. Orscl.ell. St. Ieon, Ind. Walter ozdych. ManUtee. Mich. Jos. Pinski. hi.-ngo. in. Walter podgorskl. Hanitram' k Cha. M. Quirin. Madion, Ind. t;e... Szymankl. Wayne. Mi'h. Lurman Wehl. Millers Cretk. Ky Cha Medel. Detroit. Midi. o. in. Kv. Iii. Mivli. BERLIN SAYS ARMY STOPPED ONSLAUGHT HKHLIN". via London. Nov. 3. The evening communication from headquarters says: "There has been a violent Ftruggle between the Scheldt and the Oice. The break through for which the British and French again have been striving on a front of over 60 kilo meters ( .". 7 1-3 miles was frus trated. "Hetween L.e Quesnoy and Tm drecies our reserves stemmed the enemy thrust. On tho remainder of the front our foremost battle troops brought the assault to a .standstill. "West of the Meuse engagement? have developed in Dieu'.et forest." I CAHI) OF THANKS. desire to express my sinceie appreciation of th kindnesses ex tended to me during the illness and death f my husband. Cieorge YVr'gfl. I desire especially to thank th boys of company C. heme guards of which my husband wss a mem ber, Kov. Greene for the s.d.ic f hi service. the many neighbor who gave timely help, the otfirern ar.d employes of tlie National C,rccr o., all those ivhov floral offerirtta hel,d make the cere-tip-ny so be-.utiful, and II . Krles; bautn for '.he maimer in wllch he conducted ; he service. Mrs. Cje-Tge Wetxel. 9270-3 Co Store Opens at 8:30; Closes 5:30 Sat. lo 9:30 p. m. 1 iiooerrson Bros, Hundreds of Women's Coats will be shown here t h Tomorrow. Specially priced - - These Handsome Coats are of, uU, warm V elour Cloth of all wool, and popular Plushes, soft and silky. The1 lar.w variety of styles make choosing a pleasure and the values well, ever, coat would ordinarily he marked at S29.75 and manv at f.V.oo. ;25.00 mm ILL li You Can Choose a Suit at This Sale At a Saving of 25 to 33 1-3 Per Cent This should be a bip; inducement to buy an extra suit now tor immediate and future use. The assortment ot" styles shown are practical models, ;ood for service at any time. See the Fine Display of Suits at $25.00 Fancy Silk Petticoat? Haruisome C h a n g c a b 1 e Silk Flounces, cotton top, also all silk. Worth S3. 98. Thi sale $2.98. r Li a -v . W v 1 I MYSn to help make$ ilk, in navy and all- g) Christmas possible Lite, smart tailored styles, with pearl button trim- Ä;?uVp"ÄT ifn lings, at $10.00. jif'f Morning Blouses ot warm Striped flannel, in white -: .ß' Fascinating Blouses of Radium Silk w ming ing Blouses of warm striped and blue, lavender and white, high neck, big pearl but tons, a business waist at $5.75. MNLWH id 1 I OUR Per Cent Bonds of the First and Second Liberty Loans UC CiVAiailgCU. IUI CliC 4- bonds on or before the 8th day of November, 1918, or it will be too late and holders of the four per cent, bonds will find, if they do not make the exchange that they have lost from Three to Four Dol lars on each One Hundred Dollar Bond. Any bank in South Bend can make this exchange and it should be attended to immediately to avoid loss. The Associated Banks of South Bend w iL 1 Anniversary Celebration Sale This sjreat event enables everv woman to secure seasonable merchandise ot the ! - finest quality at notable savings worthyot immediate attention. 1 j n ti ii n 1 1 u I ii II t; I i 3C Home Phone 7120 Bell Phone 270 1624 S. MICHIGAN ST. IN W St r f t 2 15c cans Tuna Fish 25c 2 bcttlss Extracts 25c 2 bottles HotstufT 17c 2 cans Liberty Cabbage. 18c Pkg. Corn Flakes 1 Oc Pkg. Crumbles 11c 2 pkgs. Mince Meat. . . .17c 2 large boxes Egg Noodles 17c 5 bars Clean Easy Soap . 27c Lb. pkg. 20 Mule Team Bcrax 13c 5 bars Toilet Soap 27c 3 cans Cleanser 12c 10c bottle Shoe Dressing 7c 4 nice Grape Fnit 25c 2 cans Kidney Beans. . .25c Large can Van Camp's Baked Beans 15c "SOLE SAVERS" r union shoe co. g 233 S. Michirsn St. U 11 Union Trust Company J Dpolt Boxn with t;risJ fad IMS for lm privacy of cv- lomen.